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        Picasso Lithographe. IV 1956-1963.

      Andre Sauret 1964 - Unread. Original glassine over lithographic dust-jacket. Complete with its two original lithographs (dust-jacket and frontispiece), this volume is a fabulous pictorial inventory of prints Pablo Picasso's did between 1956 and 1963. It is the fourth and last volume of a 4-vol. catalogue set. Glassine is sunned on the spine with a small tear at top spine edge. Glassine in very good condition. The book itself is like new. Text in French. 152pp. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Orca Knowledge Systems, Inc.]
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        FARNHAM'S FREEHOLD

      New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, [1964]. First edition. A fine copy in a just about fine price clipped dust jacket, some light rubs to spine folds, several small rub marks to front panel. An attractive copy. (9090). Octavo, iIllustrated by Irv Doktor, cloth.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Address Given at the Memorial Service for Ian Fleming. St Bartholomew the Great.

      Westerham: Privately printed at the Westerham Press, September 15th 1964 - Octavo. Original black wrappers, printed paper label to front cover. With the original unprinted glassine. A fine copy. First edition, wrappered issue. The South African poet and novelist William Plomer had been publisher's reader for Jonathan Cape from 1937. He was instrumental in the publication of Fleming's work and the dedicatee of Goldfinger. A limited hardcover issue was also produced. Gilbert p. 596. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Centaur. Almanach der Galerie im Centre 1963 - 64.

      Göttingen, Galerie im Centre 1964 - 53 unnummerierte Seiten. Bedruckte Original-Broschur (29,5 x 29,5 cm). - Erste Ausgabe. - Einmalige Auflage von 35 nummerierten Exemplaren und 20 unnummerierten Verleger-Exemplaren. Herausgegeben von Heinz Raumschlüssel. Hergestellt im Handdruck auf unterschiedlichen Papieren. Mit Gedichten von F.C. Delius, Kurt Brandt, Günther Grass, Günther Bruno Fuchs, Kurt Neuburger, Wolfgang Bovelet, V.O. Stomps, Jakov Lind, Christoph Meckel, Aldona Gustas, Karlheinz Herwig, Stefan Reisner, Peter Hamm, Johannes Bobrowski, Andreas Weitbrecht, Uve Schmidt, ein Anti-Gedicht von Bazon Brock und ein Text von Andreas Weitbrecht. Mit Original-Graphiken von W.P. Eggers, Ali Schindehütte, Werner Schreib, Johannes Vennekamp, Günther Bruno Fuchs, Arno Waldschmidt, Franz Mon, Axel Benzmann, Friedrich Sieber, Hans Süderhauf, Christoph Meckel, Sigurd Kuschnerus, Klaus Burkhard, Alfred Pohl, Uwe Bremer, Thomas Bayrle, Bernhard Jäger, Gralf Edzard Habben und 3 Original-Photographien von Friedemann Singer (Porträt VauO Stomps, Vernisage der Galerie und Lesung von Wolfdietrich Schnurre). Die meisten Graphiken von den Künstlern signiert. Die Gedicht- und Textbeiträge teilweise als Faksimile oder lithographiert. - Einband leicht lichtrandig, sonst gustes Exemplar. Sehr selten. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Merz-Buchhandlung]
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        Catherine Carmier

      NY: Atheneum. 1964. First Edition. Hardcover. Author's first book , signed and inscribed by Gaines. Very good+ with front hinge just starting, owner's name on pastedown, in lighty used dust jacket with tiny chips at folds. .

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        Ayanishiki Ruisan "Collection of Brocades" ( ) -- 2 Volumes

      Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto Shoin, Sh wa 39 [1964]. As. Hardcover. Very Good. Ema Tsutomu (1884-1979) wrote many books on traditional Japanese clothing, culture and customs. First published by Kyoto Shoin in 1940 with subsequent publishing in 1952, 1957, 1974, and 1976, this is the 1964 edition. Unpag. 60 plates (Vol. 1: 1-30, Vol. 2: 31-60). Elephant Folio. Bound in red cloth with a blue, teal, yellow and white floral pattern that complements the interior plates; paper title labels in Japanese characters pasted to front cover of each volume, brown silk ties complete the Japanese-style binding. Sunning to spines, light scuffing to boards.

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        PITY HIM AFTERWARDS

      New York: Random House, [1964].. Octavo, boards. First edition. Inscribed by Westlake on the title page: "For --- / the last before / comedy struck / Donald E Westlake." Top edge of text block a little dusty, a fine copy in nearly fine dust jacket with some mild fading to spine panel. (#137111)

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        Artmann-Brief. Gulliver-Druck N°. 2.

      Bad Homburg. Gulliver-Presse 1964 - 4 gefaltete Bögen, verso mit Klebestreifen zusammengefügt, in Orig.-Kartonmappe. Format der Kartonmappe 63,3 x 45,3 cm, Format des Blattes 122 x 171,5 cm. Mappe mit Einrissen und unfrisch, die Farblithographie auf chamoisfarbenen Maschinenbütten in gutem Zustand! Spindler: Typen 122.16. Farblithographie von Thomas Bayrle mit Text von H.C. Artmann - erschienen als Gulliver-Druck N°. 2 in einer Auflage von 25 nummerierten Exemplaren Hier Exemplar N°. 9 - handschriftlich nummeriert und von Thomas Bayrle und H.C. Artmann handschriftlich signiert! Sehr selten! [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: W.Clemens book and art]
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        Entre-Deux ou propos toujours reliés

      , 1964. 1964. LE CORBUSIER [Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris]. Entre-Deux ou propos toujours reliés. 17 lithographs, printed in various colors. Folio, 430 x 355 mm, loose as issued in pictorial wrappers; original glassine dust jacket; red cloth chemise and slipcase. Paris: Éditions Forces-Vives, 1964.A mint copy of this handsome and relatively little-known work by le Corbusier which he wrote and illustrated between 1957 and 1964. As with his celebrated Poeme de l'Angle Droit, both his hand-written text and the illustrations were produced lithographically. Number 153 of 250 arabic numbered copies, from a total edition of 340.

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        Correspondance. Texte établi et annoté par Theodore Besterman/ Édition Besterman. Additions et corrections par Frédéric Deloffre. Vol. I-XIII. 13 Bände (komplett).

      Gallimard 1964-1992, (Paris) - 8vo. Viele tausend Seiten Dünndruck. Blaues OLdr. m. Rückengoldprägung. Farbiger Kopfschnitt. Bibliothèque de la Pléiade 172, 181, 259, 270, 280, 287, 296, 309, 322, 325, 335, 344, 395. - Minimal berieben, Bd. 1 im Schnitt gering fleckig, sonst ein sehr schönes, wohlerhaltenes Ex. gr.

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        Les mots

      first edition, one of the 125 numbered copies on "pur-fil" paper, only large papers after 15 Japan and 45 Holland paper. Pleasant copy. Gallimard Paris 1964 12,5x19,5cm 2 volumes brochés

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        PROSPECT / issue six / spring nineteen-sixty-four.

      (Cambridge, England): Prospect, 1964. - - Quarto, 10 inches high by 8-1/8 inches wide. Softcover, bound in stapled light blue wrappers decorated in light green and olive along the bottom of both covers. There is only some minor rubbing with faint creases to the corners of the covers. Title leaf and 43 pages plus the colophon. Both the title and colophon pages are printed on fine buff paper stock. Near fine. Limited edition of 500 copies, edited by J.H. Prynne and printed by the Borough Press Limited. The design and layout is by Ross Hill.This RARE Prynne issue, includes the first publication of his poems "Salt Water, Fresh Water", "At the Dark Centre", "Lie of the Other Land", and his translation of Guido Cavalcanti's "Chi E", as well as the first publication of his essay "Tomorrow is Fade Out Night" which was his review of Douglas Woolf's "Fade Out"."The last page of Prospect 5 closed on the note to subscribers that ‘The Editor for the next and future issues will be J.H. Prynne’ and that contributions should be sent to him in Cambridge.The serious nature of this re-established magazine is immediately felt when one looks at the line-up of contributors to Prospect 6: Edward Dorn’s long poem ‘The Land Below’ and his ‘On the Debt My Mother Owed to Sears Roebuck’, Charles Olson’s ‘Going Right Out Of The Century’, a poem from 1961 which would be included in Maximus IV, V. VI, Robert Creeley’s story ‘The Grace’, work by Andrew Hoyem, Andrew Crozier, Donald Davie, the former editor Tony Ward and four of Prynne’s own poems, that were to remain uncollected, including ‘Salt Water, Fresh Water’: There is a detailed account of some aspects of this poem in Birgitta Johansson’s book, The Engineering of Being (Umea University 1997) in which she sees the poem as an address to ‘the world from the position of the condition of being, represented by the mind, which perceives the ‘wash/and seething life’ of the sea’. Johansson relates this poem to Matthew Arnold’s ‘Dover Beach’ in that ‘its rhythms reflect the endless repetition of the waves in its stress pattern’ but also recognises that whereas Arnold discusses how the milieu reflects the mood of the speaker’s soul ‘Prynne addresses the dynamic structure of mind and of the landscape.’ . Prospect 6 appeared in the second half of 1964 and, as it turned out, it was the last issue." [Excerpted from Ian Brinton's "Prynne in Prospect"]. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd.]
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        Beautiful example of a W. Somerset Maugham TLS

      France, December 9, 1964. 5.25" x 8.25". "Single page TLS, 5.25"" x 8.25"" on Villa Mauresque / St. Jean .Cap Ferrat / A.M. Letterhead. Dated ""9th December 1964"", and boldly signed by William Somerset Maugham with his initials as ""W.S.M"". Single center fold, else near fine. Accompanied by the original post marked mailing envelope with a delightful French stamp, addressed to Lavergne E. Williams, 5.5"" x 4.5"" with handwritten notes of ""Etats Unis"". Envelope is neatly slight across top, else near fine.A warm holiday thank you note, acknowledging receipt of her ""charming card"", and wishing her best wishes for ""Christmas and the New Year"". This lovely card, written from Maugham's French Villa, is dated just one year before his death.Maughams complicated life began with the loss of both parents by age 10, then being raised by a cold and emotionally cruel uncle, he developed a substantial amount of inferiority and anxiety, thus creating (and combating) a stammer that developed and haunted him throughout his life. However, with all the ills of his personal life, his business life went well. By 1907 his life pulled together and his achieved success as a playwright with four plays running simultaneously in London. Commercial success with high book sales, successful theatre productions and a string of film adaptations, backed by astute stock market investments, allowed Maugham to live a very comfortable life. Yet, despite his triumphs, he never attracted the highest respect from the critics or his peers. With all he achieved with his business success, his personal life was never smooth. He once confessed: ""I have most loved people who cared little or nothing for me and when people have loved me I have been embarrassed .... He grappled with his homosexuality during an era when being openly gay was impossible. Whether his own orientation disgusted him (as it did many at a time when homosexuality was widely considered a moral failing as well as illegal) or whether he was trying to disguise his leanings, Maugham wrote disparagingly of the gay artist. He had once said ""It cannot be denied that the homosexual has a narrower outlook on the world than the normal man. In certain respects the natural responses of the species are denied to him. Some at least of the broad and typical human emotions he can never experience. However subtly he sees life he cannot see it whole...I cannot now help asking myself whether what I see in El Greco's work of tortured fantasy and sinister strangeness is not due to such a sexual abnormality as this.""But Maugham's homosexuality or bisexuality is believed to have shaped his fiction in two ways. Since he tended to see attractive women as sexual rivals, he often gave his women characters sexual needs and appetites, in a way quite unusual for authors of his time, all featured women determined to feed their strong sexual appetites, heedless of the result. As Maugham's sexual appetites were then officially disapproved of, or criminal, in nearly all of the countries in which he travelled, the author was unusually tolerant of the vices of others. Some readers and critics complained that Maugham did not condemn what was bad in the villains of his fiction and plays. Maugham replied: ""It must be a fault in me that I am not gravely shocked at the sins of others unless they personally affect me.""The final years of his life were complicated for Maugham and held high personal drama. In 1962, just a few years before his death, he sold a collection of paintings, some of which had already been assigned to his daughter Liza by deed. She sued her father and won a judgment of £230,000. Maugham publicly disowned her and claimed she was not his biological daughter. He adopted Searle as his son and heir but the adoption was annulled. In his 1962 volume of memoirs, Looking Back, he attacked the late Syrie Maugham and wrote that Liza had been born before they married. The memoir cost him several friends and exposed him to much public ridicule. Liza and her husband Lord Glendevon contested the change in Maugham's will in the French courts, and it was overturned. But, in 1965 Searle inherited £50,000, the contents of his French Villa, Maugham's manuscripts and his revenue from copyrights for 30 years. Thereafter the copyrights passed to the Royal Literary Fund."

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        Autograph Letter Signed

      Circa early 1964 - Autographed, personalized, hand written note card with black border and gold seal of the Department of Justice above the masthead, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL / WASHINGTON. 5.13" x 3.5" quality stock card with small plastic tape stain, 3/8" x 1/4" on front top center left. These cards were specially printed following the death of his brother, President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 23 1963 to acknowledge condolences.Robert F. Kennedy (November 20, 1925 - June 6, 1968) was not only the 64th U.S. Attorney General in JFK's administration but his brother's closest confidant and counsel. After JFK's assassination, Robert Kennedy continued on as Lyndon Johnson's Attorney General until September 1964 when he left to run for and win the U.S. Senate seat from New York. As AG he was famously aggressive in his pursuit of Civil Rights, prosecution of organized crime, including the Mafia, and his involvement of international relations, particularly Cuba. He was tragically assassinated on the night of his successful candidacy in the California and South Dakota Democratic Primary.Rare item in fine condition. In full, "Dear John, My thanks to you for your kind and thoughtful letter to me. I know how much you admired the President and how highly he regarded you - I appreciated your writing me and hope that some day soon I have a chance to see and talk with you- Best, Bob" [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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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).

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        Storia del Costume in Italia.,Milano,Istituto Editoriale Italiano,1964

      Istituto Editoriale Italiano, 1964. Sotto l'egida della Fondazione Giovanni Treccani degli Alfieri. Milano, 1964; 5 voll., ril. in pelle in cofanetto, pp. 2336, ill. b/n e col., cm 24x32. italiano

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        PROSPECT / issue six / spring nineteen-sixty-four.

      (Cambridge, England): Prospect, 1964., 1964.. Fine. - Quarto, 10 inches high by 8-1/8 inches wide. Softcover, bound in stapled light blue wrappers decorated in light green and olive along the bottom of both covers. There is only some minor rubbing with faint creases to the corners of the covers. Title leaf and 43 pages plus the colophon. Both the title and colophon pages are printed on fine buff paper stock. Near fine. <p>Limited edition of 500 copies, edited by J.H. Prynne and printed by the Borough Press Limited. The design and layout is by Ross Hill.<p>This RARE Prynne issue, includes the first publication of his poems "Salt Water, Fresh Water", "At the Dark Centre", "Lie of the Other Land", and his translation of Guido Cavalcanti's "Chi E", as well as the first publication of his essay "Tomorrow is Fade Out Night" which was his review of Douglas Woolf's "Fade Out".<p>"The last page of Prospect 5 closed on the note to subscribers that ‘The Editor for the next and future issues will be J.H. Prynne' and that contributions should be sent to him in Cambridge....The serious nature of this re-established magazine is immediately felt when one looks at the line-up of contributors to Prospect 6: Edward Dorn's long poem ‘The Land Below' and his ‘On the Debt My Mother Owed to Sears Roebuck', Charles Olson's ‘Going Right Out Of The Century', a poem from 1961 which would be included in Maximus IV, V. VI, Robert Creeley's story ‘The Grace', work by Andrew Hoyem, Andrew Crozier, Donald Davie, the former editor Tony Ward and four of Prynne's own poems, that were to remain uncollected, including ‘Salt Water, Fresh Water': There is a detailed account of some aspects of this poem in Birgitta Johansson's book, The Engineering of Being (Umea University 1997) in which she sees the poem as an address to ‘the world from the position of the condition of being, represented by the mind, which perceives the ‘wash/and seething life' of the sea'. Johansson relates this poem to Matthew Arnold's ‘Dover Beach' in that ‘its rhythms reflect the endless repetition of the waves in its stress pattern' but also recognises that whereas Arnold discusses how the milieu reflects the mood of the speaker's soul ‘Prynne addresses the dynamic structure of mind and of the landscape.' ... Prospect 6 appeared in the second half of 1964 and, as it turned out, it was the last issue." [Excerpted from Ian Brinton's "Prynne in Prospect"].

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        VISIONS OF GERARD and TRISTESSA

      First UK edition, first printing. Inscribed presentation copy, with the author's holograph corrections. Original blue cloth with gilt titles to spine, in dustwrapper. A very good copy, the binding square and firm with some rubbing at the extremities and a bumping to the top edge. The contents are entirely complete and with the exception of a few very light foxing spots to the prelims clean throughout. Four pages of Visions Of Gerard have pencilled corrections to the text in the author's hand. Complete with the lightly rubbed and nicked, price-clipped dustwrapper which has a couple of short closed tears.Inscribed by the author in blue ink on the front free endpaper "To Dr. John Ross / from grateful customer / Jack Kerouac / March 4, 1965 / St. Pete". Rare in inscribed presentation state. The earlier authorial corrections within the text give reason to believe that this copy was one of the Kerouac's own.

      [Bookseller: Lucius Books Ltd]
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        Handwritten letter in blue pen, on single side of folded sheet.

      1964 - ÒRome, 13 february, 1964. Dear Hansjoachim, finally today IÕve got your Kalendar-book - You sent it to me to the wrong address as you can see on the acclosing [sic] paper - Anyhow I found it now - my compliments to you; because your book is very interesting. Thank you very much. I hope to see you in Paris the first days of March where IÕll have a show of my new work at the Galerie J or in Venice where I show in a room at the Biennale. Thank you again and best wishes, RotellaÓ. Together with this letter, Rotella also sent two black-and-white photographs of his de-collage paintings (each 22 x 17 cm), one of the ÒLa TigreÓ (1962), and the other of ÒThe Cup of CoffeeÓ (1962). Rotella has signed each of the photographs on their versos, as well as writing out their details. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Les îles de la nuit

      1964 - 166, (10) pages et une suite 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, Edition 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 dans le texte de Jacques Boullaire et d'une suite de 18 pointes sèches hors texte. Est joint à l'exemplaire un carton d'invitation pour le déjeuner du 17 octobre 1964 organisé par les bibliophiles du faubourg et du papier enrichit d'un dessin original de J. Boullaire adressé à Lucien Mazurier Parfait [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        A System of Architectural Ornament According with a Philosophy of Man's Powers

      The Prairie School Press, Park Forest, IL 1964 - The Facsimile Edition, Second Printing, 1964. Prelude [2] The Inorganic and the Organic, paginated 9-12, 20 plates with an extra Plate 12 laid in and suitable for framing. SCARCE in either of its 2 printings, this Facsimile Edition, first printed in 1961, was published courtesy of the American Institute of Architects, the publishers of the original 1924 First Edition. Near Fine, dark green cloth lightly soiled, small rub bottom corner of cloth, small stain bottom margin plate 3. Size: Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dale Steffey Books]
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        BELLE CHAIR Lithographies Originales de VOLTI

      1964 - A Paris Pierre de Tartas 1964 1 fort vol. in-folio ( 31x38 5) en feuilles sous chemise et emboitage toilé de couleur verte édition ornée d?une vignette de titre et de 12 Lithographies originales en sanguines réunies à part sous chemine 13 compostions Originales tirées sur bronzes (dont la couverture) Exemplaire d?Artiste signé Comportant Une suite des 12 Lithographies sur Japon Nacré plus une Suite sur papier à la Main des bronzes EXEMPLAIRE D'ARTISTE ! SUPERBE ETAT [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Mexico ilustrado con textos descriptivos en inglés y español .

      1964. Ed. Ed. Eatchley. 1964 - . . . 1 Vol. . . Folio Imperial. Plena Piel. . Buen estado. Muy ilustrado.

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Astarloa]
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        If Morning Ever Comes

      1964. First Edition . TYLER, Anne. If Morning Ever Comes. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. Octavo, original half black cloth, original dust jacket. $1800.Scarce first edition of Anne Tyler's first novel.In Tyler's debut novel, published when she was 22, her “deep feeling for the intricacies of domestic workings is already in evidence… The Hawkes are the first of Tyler's fictional families, and they are a captivating crew. Since the initial printings of Tyler's early titles were very small, it should be no surprise that first editions of If Morning Ever Comes are scarce… Serious collectors of Anne Tyler's works prize them highly” (Smiley, 16). Croft N-1. Book with slight fading to extreme edges of boards, price-clipped dust jacket slightly rubbed and soiled. A very nearly fine copy of a scarce first edition, especially in such collectible condition.

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books]
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        COCON - Texte Walter Aue Farblithographien Dieter Pohlers, signiert - Beiliegend 2 orig. Offerten der Graphischen Werkstatt Berlin in gutem Zustand

      14 Lithographien in 4 Farben von Dieter Pohlers, handgedruckt in der Graphischen Werkstatt Berlin, jedes Blatt handschr. signiert und datiert 1964 von Pohlers 12 Originaltexte von Walter Aue die Texte wurden gedruckt bei Walter Grützmacher in Akzidenz-Grotesk Halbfett 46 handschr. numerierte und von Walter Aue signierte Exemplare, hier Nr. 23 34 S. Leporellofaltung Einband etwas angeschmutzt, sehr wenig lichtrandig, Vorsatz und Titelblatt gering lichtrandig, sauber, Seiten minimal lichtrandig, sauber, guter Zustand. Beiliegend 2 orig. Offerten (13 + 1 Seiten) der Graphischen Werkstatt Berlin in gutem Zustand. (Walter Aue, 1934, Plauen-1984, Meisterschüler von Ernst Schumacher an der HDK, Berlin Dieter Pohlers, 1934-1984, Hochschule der Künste in Dresden, starb in Berlin). Die Graphische Werkstatt Berlin wurde von Otto Mertens geleitet. Editionen (u.a.) von Walter Stöhrer, Manfred Bluth,, Kurt Bartel, Frederic Benrath, Carl Otto Bartning etc.

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        CATALOGO BOLAFFI DELLA PITTURA ITALIANA DELL'OTTOCENTO n. 1. A cura di E. Piceni e S. Reberschak.

      1964. Ril. in tela, in cof., cm 25x22, pp 513, 75 ill. a colori e numerosiss. b/n.

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        1964 Guide to Conventions and Elections

      Dell 3278 1964 April - This was an Election like no other Johnson had taken office when Kennedy was killed, the Viet Nam war was heating up and the hippie movement was in it's beggining. A very nice addition to any political or presidential collection. Not to many left. The book is in excelent cond. normal ageing light age tanning, and minor shelf wear. All of our book wrapped in sturdy packaging or padded envelopes, plus they are electronically tracked within the USA [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        De La Sculpture A L'Architecture

      Editions Aujourd'hui, 1964-01-01. Hardcover. Good. Illustrated in monochrome. Robust packaging. 1st class post to the UK, Airmail worldwide

      [Bookseller: M Godding Books Ltd]
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        Journal of Medical Genetics

      London, British Medical Association, 1964. Band 1 - 48 (+ 1 Supplement) Halbleinen Bei den angebotenen Büchern handelt es sich um ausgetragene Bibliotheksexemplare, Gebrauchsspuren können vorhanden sein, Diese Sammlung beinhaltet die Bände 1 - 48 sowie 1 weiteres Supplement.Alle Bestellungen in Deutschland werden vor Ostern noch beliefert. , Preise inkl. Mwst. Versand D: 2,90 EUR

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        Blumenstück. Öl auf Leinwand. Anfang 18. Jahrhundert. 75 x 60 cm. Im Goldrahmen mit floralem Schnitzwerk und Messingschildchen.

      In Landschaft inszeniertes Blumenstillleben mit Tulpen, Dahlien und weiteren sommerlichen Blüten.- Dabei eine Fotografie des Gemäldes, diese verso mit handschriftlicher Expertise aus dem Jahr 1964 von H. Hubert (Chef-Experte der Kunstabteilung des Dorotheums in Wien), welche das Bild als 'Arbeit eines deutschen Malers des 18. Jh. aus dem Kreis des Werner Tamm' einordnet.- Mittig im Bild wenige schwache weiße Rückstände von Fasern, verso kleiner (Zoll-)Stempel. Goldrahmen mit kleinem Abplatzer an oberer linker Ecke.- Aus der Sammlung Häusler, Kiel.

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        The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner.[limited Ed With Prospectus]

      (Chilmark Press. ), NY 1964 - coppper engravings; #67/200 (of 315). 4to, original green cloth, gilt-lettered spine, top edges gilt, other edges untrimmed; light, faint, wear to edges and joints, slipcase (light to moderate wear to joints and edges- Good). With 10 engravings on copper by David Jones. Internally crisp and clean [FINE]. Prospectus inserted. [Fine}; 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Visits to St. Elizabeths (1950) Bedlam). For Medium Voice and Piano. Music by Ned Rorem. Text by Elizabeth Bishop

      New York: Boosey and Hawkes, 1964. First editon. 12 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Red and orange vertical stripes lettered in white, with black-and-white drawing by Jean Cocteau. First editon. 12 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Signed by Rorem. Signed by Ned Rorem on the first page of the score. MacMahon F1

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        Contributions to the Theory of Games. Volumes I-IV; [offered together with:] Advances in Game Theory, edited by M. Dresher, L. S. Shapley and A. W. Tucker.

      Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1950-53-57-59 & 1964 - Together 5 volumes, large octavo and octavo. Original orange paper wrappers printed in black. Some light creasing to sunned spines, spine ends very gently rubbed, overall an excellent set. Ownership inscription of R. S. Weinberg to front wrappers. First editions of the complete run of this important Game Theory journal, together with the follow up study, Advances in Game Theory, issued as volumes 24, 28, 39, 40 and 52 of the periodical Annals of Marthematics Studies. Contributors include Melvin Dresher, David Gale, John Nash, and John von Neumann, among others, Volume II includes Lloyd Shapley's groundbreaking 1953 paper, "A Value for n-person Games", which gave rise to the solution concept dubbed the "Shapley value". While Contributions aimed to provide an initial response to von Neumann and Oskar Morgenstern's pioneering work, Theory of Games and Economic Behavior (1944), Advances in Game Theory "has a different reason for existence. The field of game theory is now well established and widely diffused through the mathematical world, thanks in part to the success of the earlier volumes; papers on game theory regularly appear in many scientific journals. But with no single, specialised journal as focal point, there remains a serious problem of communication within the field . Accordingly, this Study was conceived as a one-volume cross section of current activity in the theory of games" (Preface). Gass & Assad, An Annotated Timeline of Operations Research: An Informal History, p. 77. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Storia del Costume in Italia.

      Istituto Editoriale Italiano 1964 - Sotto l'egida della Fondazione Giovanni Treccani degli Alfieri. Milano, 1964; 5 voll., ril. in pelle in cofanetto, pp. 2336, ill. b/n e col., cm 24x32.

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