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2020-01-16 23:02:07
Warren Commission
Washington, D.C: Government Printing Office, 1964. See item description. Complete 26-volume set of books titled, INVESTIGATION OF THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY. HEARINGS BEFORE THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY, all published in November, 1964, by the Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.; plus the REPORT that was published two months earlier. The books are in good condition and they do not appear to be ex-library. The text blocks are strongly bound and the pages are clean. The entire set, including the REPORT, measures about 37-38 inches across and the purchase price includes the cost of insured USPS Media shipping. The major defects are as follows: (1) For some reason 13 of the first 14 volumes have moisture stains on the cloth of the rear boards only and usually these stains are confined to the very bottom, except for Volume 14, where the moisture staining covers almost all of the exterior rear board. None of this affects the texts. (2) Volume 14 must have been exposed to some severe moisture at some time or other. In addition to the rear board moisture stain, almost all of this rear board is warped, as are the pages of the text block. Again, none of this affects or obscures the texts themselves, the pages of the text block are clean and strongly bound. (3) The cloth that covers both boards on Volume 22 also has this moisture stain and the cloth itself is rippled -- from top to bottom along the right edge of the front board and in the upper left corner of the rear board. (4) The front and rear boards on Volumes 2 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 4097x [San Antonio, Texas, US]
2020-01-16 22:14:07
1964. Condition: Buone condizioni. -GIOACCHINO BOGLICH PERASTI- -GLòI ITALIANI DI DALMAZIA- STORIA DI UN NAZIONALISMO INNOCENTE TIP. DEL BIANCO, UDINE 1964 101 PAGINE IN 8° CON ALCUNE TAVOLE BROSSURA EDITORIALE ORIGINALE MACCHIOLINA ALL'ANGOLO INF. DESTRO DI 5-6 PAGINE UNA NOTA NANOSCRITTA AL MARGINE DELLA PAG.71 ESEMPLARE IN BUONE CONDIZIONI RARITA' PER STUDIOSI ED AMATORI ---LE IMMAGINI SONO PARTE INTEGRANTE DELLA DESCRIZIONE--- NS. RIF. Y-610 IL VOLUME PESA GRAMMI 180 SI SPEDISCE SOLO CON POSTA TRACCIABILE FORMATI DEI LIBRI: IN FOLIO OLTRE 38CM IN 4° DA CM 28 A 38 IN 8° DA CM 20 A 28 IN 16° DA CM 15 A 20 IN 24° DA CM 10 A 15 IN 32° MENO DI 10 CM.
Bookseller: passaespassaretrò (passaespassa) [napoli, NA, IT]
2020-01-16 22:07:21
1964. original ultra-rare early FLUXUS poster BEN VAUTIER (1935) LE THEATRE TOTAL " QUELQUECHOSE " LE VENDREDI 27 MARS 1964 A L'ARTISTIQUE [ Centre d'Art Total (=printed privately)], Nice (Fr.) March 1964 only edition [1] pag. poster (39.8 x 39.9 cm.): black print on red (reverse white) pasted on: sheet of off-white paper (32.9 x 27.9 cm.) with pasted on: 3 paper stickers + 1 paper card poster / card / stickers only recto print: Robaudi, Nice the poster is in fact another variety of these posters, found at the MoMA, NY: www .moma .org/collection/works/136629?artist_id=6115&locale=en&page=2&sov_referrer=artist www .moma .org/collection/works/137852?artist_id=6115&locale=en&page=2&sov_referrer=artist Cf.: on " QUELQUECHOSE ": www .fondazionebonotto .org/en/collection/fluxus/vautierben/document/2166. html?from=2725 www .fondazionebonotto .org/admin/download/file/38bc11f_fx06814 .jpg more on the Theatre Total poster: www .moma .org/collection/works/137600 www .moma .org/collection/works/127583?artist_id=6115&locale=en&page=1&sov_referrer=artist www .moma .org/artists/6115?locale=en&page=2&direction=fwd www .moma .org/collection/works/127680 www .moma .org/collection/works/140228?artist_id=6115&locale=en&page=1&sov_referrer=artist www .moma .org/collection/works/136380?artist_id=6115&locale=en&page=2&sov_referrer=artist www .moma .org/collection/works/136627?artist_id=6115&locale=en&page=2&sov_referrer=artist published in May 1964 by the Centre d'Art Total (= Ben Vautier), Nice, France (most likely made by Ben himself) This variety is not to be found in any collection, never see … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: De Vries 20th century typography (hamo38) [Amsterdam, NL]
2020-01-16 17:53:13
Marvel, 1964. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Quando si ordina dagli Stati Uniti, i pacchi possono essere soggetti a tasse di importazione e dazi doganali, che l'acqirente è tenuto a pagare.Tales di Suspense #57 Varia Cgc 4.0 1964 2085395003 1st App. Hawkeye Questo foglio informativo sul prodotto è stato originariamente stilato in lingua inglese. Si prega di consultare appresso una traduzione automatica dello stesso in lingua italiani. Per ogni domanda, si invita cortesemente a contattarci. Tales of Suspense # 57 CGC 4.0 1964 2085395003 1a app. Occhio di Falco Pubblicato nel 1964 dalla Marvel Grado: CGC 4.0 Mentre facciamo ogni sforzo per notare eventuali danni significativi alle lastre, qualsiasi custodia CGC può presentare piccole imperfezioni tra cui anelli Newton, leggero sfregamento interno del pozzo (presente al momento dell'incapsulamento) o usura superficiale standard (piccoli graffi / rigature). Se le piccole imperfezioni nel caso ti interessano, ti preghiamo di guardare molto attentamente l'immagine dell'articolo prima di ordinare. Qualità della pagina: da bianco a bianco Copertina di Don Heck. Prima apparizione di Occhio di Falco in "Occhio di Falco!", Sceneggiatura di Stan Lee, arte di Don Heck; Un tiratore di carnevale cerca di diventare un supereroe, ma dopo un malinteso con la polizia si imbatte nella Vedova Nera; Occhio di Falco attacca Iron Man su richiesta della Vedova, ma quando ferisce accidentalmente il suo compagno nella lotta, fugge per metterla in salvo. Storia del testo "The Runner". "The Watcher's Power!", Sceneggiatura di Stan Lee (trama) e Larry Li … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: mycomicshop [Arlington, Texas, US]
2020-01-16 17:53:13
Marvel, 1964. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Quando si ordina dagli Stati Uniti, i pacchi possono essere soggetti a tasse di importazione e dazi doganali, che l'acqirente è tenuto a pagare. Tales di Suspense #57 Varia Cgc 4.5 1964 2070474011 1st App. Hawkeye Questo foglio informativo sul prodotto è stato originariamente stilato in lingua inglese. Si prega di consultare appresso una traduzione automatica dello stesso in lingua italiani. Per ogni domanda, si invita cortesemente a contattarci. Tales of Suspense # 57 CGC 4.5 1964 2070474011 prima app. Occhio di Falco Pubblicato nel 1964 dalla Marvel Grado: CGC 4.5 Mentre facciamo ogni sforzo per notare eventuali danni significativi alle lastre, qualsiasi custodia CGC può presentare piccole imperfezioni tra cui anelli Newton, leggero sfregamento interno del pozzo (presente al momento dell'incapsulamento) o usura superficiale standard (piccoli graffi / rigature). Se le piccole imperfezioni nel caso ti interessano, ti preghiamo di guardare molto attentamente l'immagine dell'articolo prima di ordinare. Qualità della pagina: bianco sporco Copertina di Don Heck. Prima apparizione di Occhio di Falco in "Occhio di Falco!", Sceneggiatura di Stan Lee, arte di Don Heck; Un tiratore di carnevale cerca di diventare un supereroe, ma dopo un malinteso con la polizia si imbatte nella Vedova Nera; Occhio di Falco attacca Iron Man su richiesta della Vedova, ma quando ferisce accidentalmente il suo compagno nella lotta, fugge per metterla in salvo. Storia del testo "The Runner". "The Watcher's Power!", Sceneggiatura di Stan Lee (trama) e Larry Lie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: mycomicshop [Arlington, Texas, US]
2020-01-16 17:53:13
Marvel, 1964. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Quando si ordina dagli Stati Uniti, i pacchi possono essere soggetti a tasse di importazione e dazi doganali, che l'acqirente è tenuto a pagare.Tales di Suspense #57 Ottimo/FN 5.0 1964 1st App. Hawkeye Questo foglio informativo sul prodotto è stato originariamente stilato in lingua inglese. Si prega di consultare appresso una traduzione automatica dello stesso in lingua italiani. Per ogni domanda, si invita cortesemente a contattarci. Tales of Suspense # 57 VG / FN 5.0 1964 prima applicazione. Occhio di Falco Pubblicato nel 1964 dalla Marvel Grado: VG / FN 5.0 Questo è un articolo di media qualità. Avrà abbastanza piccoli difetti che è in condizioni chiaramente peggiori rispetto a un fumetto, una rivista o un libro appena pubblicato. I difetti consentiti per questo grado includono: una divisione della colonna vertebrale inferiore a mezzo pollice, una leggera macchia d'acqua o altri residui, angoli impattati e un accumulo o sollecitazioni della colonna vertebrale che potrebbero rompere il colore. Un oggetto può essere assegnato a questo grado a causa di un accumulo di difetti minori o di uno o due difetti moderati. Copertina di Don Heck. Prima apparizione di Occhio di Falco in "Occhio di Falco!", Sceneggiatura di Stan Lee, arte di Don Heck; Un tiratore di carnevale cerca di diventare un supereroe, ma dopo un malinteso con la polizia si imbatte nella Vedova Nera; Occhio di Falco attacca Iron Man su richiesta della Vedova, ma quando ferisce accidentalmente il suo compagno nella lotta, fugge per metterla in salvo. Storia del testo "Th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: mycomicshop [Arlington, Texas, US]
2020-01-16 13:44:23
Emile Verhaeren , éditeur Pierre de Tartas
Pierre de Tartas, 1964. Cet Exemplaire Porte le Numéro : 145 dédicacé par : Volti Justification du Tirage : 150 exemplaires sur Vélin de Hollande des papeteries Van Gelder Van den Zonen, comportant l'état définitif des illustrations. Numérotés de 93 à 242. signé par l'artiste ! Pages : 86 P. Illustrée de compositions et de lithographies originales par Volti. L'illustration comporte 12 lithographies et 13 compositions originales tirées sur bronzes. Achevée d'imprimer le 31 mars 1964. Belle Chair, Composée a la main en Bodoni corps 30 [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Cartusia [Voiron, France]
2020-01-16 09:16:05
1964. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Oggetto antico ma tenuto in maniera maniacale vedere per credere. VENDO OPERA COMPLETA DIVINA COMMEDIA DANTE ALIGHIERI CON ILLUSTRAZIONI SALVADOR DALì TENUTA IN MANIERA MANIACALE E COMPLETA DI TUTTE LE LITOGRAFIE. Descrizione: Salani, Arti e Scienze, Firenze, Roma, 1964. Sei volumi (35x32 cm) contenenti l'Inferno, il Purgatorio e il Paradiso, ciascuno in due volumi, con 100 illustrazioni a colori di Dalì, su carta Magnani. A quaderni sciolti, in custodia cartonata e cofanetto. Paginazione dei singoli volumi: Inferno (1), 158 pagine, 17 illustrazioni. Inferno (2): pagine 173-326 con le illustrazioni 18-34. Purgatorio (1): 162 pagine, e 17 illustrazioni. Purgatorio (2): pagine 173-328 e illustrazioni 18-33. Paradiso (1): 163 pagine e 17 illustrazioni. Paradiso (2): pagine 173-320 e illustrazioni 18-33. Tiratura numerata di 2900 esemplari stampati nella Stamperia Valdonega. Fascette di controllo conservate. Ex libris al verso dei piatti. Qualche rara fioritura al dorso delle legature o ai tagli. Ma ottime condizioni. Nascita di questa impresa editoriale: "Parigi, 1950. In vista della commemorazione del 700º anniversario della nascita di Dante Alighieri, il governo italiano commissiona a Salvador Dalì l'illustrazione della Divina Commedia. L'artista vi lavora per quasi nove anni, dando vita a 100 acquerelli che nel 1960 vengono esposti al Musée Galliera di Parigi e trasposti in xilografia a cura del Maestro Stampatore Raymond Jacquet. Per la perfetta riproduzione degli acquerelli vengono impiegati 3000 legni e fino a 35 colori per ogni tavola … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: enricobiasiolo [Caselle di Selvazzano Dentro, PD, IT]
2020-01-16 08:52:45
Child, Julia; Bertholle, Louisette; Beck, Simone; Coryn, Sidonie [Illustrator]
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. Signed by Julia Child on the half-title with the inscription "Bon Appetit." Former owners' 1964 gift inscription underneath that. xvi, 684, xxxii, [2] pp. Original cloth. First edition, eighth printing. Very Good with faded spine, light stains to fore edge, a few reading smudges, lacking dust jacket. Contents generally clean and free of markings. A modern classic of cookery, signed by its most famous co-author. Very Good. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books [United States]
2020-01-16 04:02:10
1964. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Nascondere Kawanishi Giapponese Art Book - 100 Hyogo Views 1964 Questo foglio informativo sul prodotto è stato originariamente stilato in lingua inglese. Si prega di consultare appresso una traduzione automatica dello stesso in lingua italiani. Per ogni domanda, si invita cortesemente a contattarci. HIDE KAWANISHI Japanese Art Book - 100 Hyogo views 1964 Descrizione Editore: Giappone Testo: giapponese Rilascio: 1964 Pagamento Si accettano solo pagamenti Paypal. Si prega di pagare entro 3 giorni dopo l'asta è terminata. La spedizione è disponibile solo all'indirizzo registrato in PayPal. Siete pregati di notare che qualsiasi indirizzo non registrato a PayPal non è accettabile per la spedizione. Spedizione Spedizione gratuita in tutto il mondo !! Durata della spedizione Spedizione Metodo Asia America del Nord America Centrale Medio Oriente AU, NZ Europa Russia Sud America AFRICA ems 3-6 Giorni 4 - 6 giorni 3 - 5 giorni 4 - 6 giorni ePacket 3 - 7 giorni 5 - 12 giorni 4 - 8 giorni 6 - 8 giorni Esclude: Giappone ems (consiglio) 1. veloce e affidabile registrato posta aerea 2. numero di inseguimento (tracciatura dettagliata) 3. con assicurazione completa 4. usually, 3-7 giorni lavorativi per ricevere ePacket 1. registrati di posta aerea 2. con numero di tracking 3. con una piccola assicurazione (sotto 6.000 yen (circa US $50)) 4. usually, 7-14 giorni lavorativi per ricevere In alcuni casi, YAMATO TRANSPORT può essere utilizzato. Condizioni di vendita Garanzia di rimborso entro 60 giorni se restituiti dal cliente. 1) Benvenuti all'ingrosso e di … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: mogoraug39 [direct from, JP]
2020-01-16 04:02:09
1964. Condition: Buone condizioni. il libro si presenta in buone condizioni, le pagine son ben tenute ma tipicamente ingiallite, la copertina è rigida , e presenta lievissimi segni d'usura e ingiallimento. No scritte ne sottolineature. LA LIBRAIA VAGANTE LIBRI D'AUTORE, ROMANZI, SAGGISTICA, NARRATIVA LIBRI D'ANTIQUARIATO, MONOGRAFIE, TITOLO............................ UN SECOLO DI POESIA AUTORE........................... G.A.PELLEGRINETTI. EDITORE......................... PETRINI TIPOLOGIA......................... POESIE. ANNO EDIZIONE.............. 1964 PAGINE.............................. 596 LINGUA.......................... ITALIANO MISURE............................. cm 20.5 cm 15.5 cm 3.3 LIBRO............................. BUONE CONDIZIONI. VI EDIZIONE RIVEDUTA ED AGGIORNATA COLLANA...................... -- COPERTINA................... COPERTINA RIGIDA CONDIZIONI.................. COME DA FOTO PAGAMENTO PAYPAL SPEDIZIONE PER L'ITALIA "PIEGO LIBRI TRACCIABILE " € 4,90 PER EUROPA RACCOMANDATA TRACCIABILE FINO AD UN KG - 20,00 € , DA UN CHILO A DUE CHILI 26.90 € IN EUROPE , SHIPPING UNTIL A KILO 20,00€, FROM A KILO , TO TWO KILOGRAMS 26.90€ PER ZONA DUE , AMERICA LATINA, STATI UNITI, GIAPPONE, CANADA, MEXICO, KOREA N/S, CINA, RIMANENTE ASIA , FINO AD UN CHILO 28,00 € DA UN CHILO A DUE CHILI 38,00€ FOR ZONE TWO , LATIN AMERICA, UNITED STATES, MEXICO, CANADA, JAPAN, CHINA , SOUTH AND NORTH KOREA, REMAININ ASIAN COUNTRIES. SHIPPINC COST, UNTIL A KILO 28,00 € FROM A KILO TO TWO KILOGRAMS 38.00€.
Bookseller: LA LIBRAIA VAGANTE (deva0910) [Tradate, VA, IT]
2020-01-16 00:15:50
1964. Condition: Buone condizioni. Vedi descrizione. CASSINARI, BRUNO - ALFIERI, VITTORIO. Per via di cavalli. Bologna: Cappelli, 1964. 56 pagine. 48×34 cm. Rilegatura editoriale. Sopraccoperta in litografia a colori. Alcune lievissime abrasioni sulla custodia e tracce di adesivo sui quattro angoli del verso del disegno originale. Perfetto l'interno. Custodia. [M244] Bellissimo libro d'Artista, tirato in 165 copie, con dodici litografie a piena pagina fuori testo, delle quali quattro in nero e otto a colori, di Bruno Cassinari, numerate e firmate a matita dall'Artista. L'esemplare, contrassegnato dal numero 9, fa parte della tiratura di testa di 20 copie contenenti, oltre alle litografie, un disegno originale di Cassinari firmato (bel volto femminile). Bruno Cassinari (Piacenza 1912 - Milano 1992) è stato uno dei massimi esponenti della pittura italiana del Novecento. Dal 1926 al 1929 studia prima presso la scuola d'arte Gazzola di Piacenza, quindi a Milano, all'Umanitaria e alle scuole serali d'arte di Brera e del Castello. Nel 1934 è ammesso all'Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, dove si diploma sotto la guida di Aldo Carpi, maestro anche di Ennio Morlotti, artista con il quale Cassinari rimarrà legato da lunga e duratura amicizia. Nel 1940 aderisce al gruppo di Corrente assieme a Treccani, Morlotti, Guttuso, Birolli, Chighine, Ajmone, De Grada. La sua prima mostra personale è del 1941, presso la Bottega degli Artisti di Corrente. Nel 1946 firma il manifesto della Nuova secessione artistica italiana. Nel 1947 partecipa alla rassegna Quarante ans d'art italien du futurisme … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreria_scarpignato [Roma, IT]
2020-01-15 17:04:50
1964. Condition: Buone condizioni. vedi descrizione oggetto. Michele Strogoff Giulio Verne Carroccio - 1964 Illustrazioni di Nadir Quinto Copertina morbida Condizioni Buone ( Segni d'usura e ingiallimento dovuto al tempo, slabbrature e piccoli strappetti lungo i bordi della copertina, piccole macchie gialle nelle prime pagine dovute al tempo) aggiudicandovi più inserzioni dal mio negozio potete risparmiare effettuando una sola spedizione!!! spedisco con raccomandata. a richiesta anche posta prioritaria non tracciabile, ma non ne sono responsabile in caso di smarrimento. Visita il mio Negozio eBay: RIFRANTILIBRI Importante, leggere bene Spedizioni: Pieghi di libri Spediamo pieghi di libri con posta raccomandata, tracciabile sul sito di Poste Italiane. Solo a richiesta e a rischio del compratore spediamo pieghi di libri con posta ordinaria, non essendo tracciabile non ci assumiamo alcuna responsabilità al riguardo per questo tipo di spedizione. Pacchi Pacco ordinario: fino a 20 kg di peso circa, spedizione tracciabile, comprende una settimana di giacenza gratuita dopo avviso tramite postino, in caso di mancato recapito, se non concordato diversamente con il venditore, tale spedizione verrà abbandonata . Pacco celere 3: fino a 30 kg di peso, spedizione tracciabile, consegnata in 3 giorni lavorativi dall' invio. Una settimana di giacenza presso il più vicino ufficio postale dopo 2 tentativi di consegna. In caso di mancata consegna tale spedizione ritornerà al mittente. Il costo della spedizione è segnalato in inserzione,in caso di modifiche dovute a errori o cambio di tariffe d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RIFRANTILIBRI usato e collezionismo (rifrantilibri) [Vignola, MO, IT]
2020-01-15 06:50:07
Harry Callahan
Santa Barbara: El Mochuelo Gallery, 1964. Clean and tight with no names, in matching slipcase with no issues. From a limitation of 1500 copies. See item description for full condition report. Payment | Shipping HARRY CALLAHAN PHOTOGRAPHS 1st/slipcase First Edition El Mochuelo Roth 101 HARRY CALLAHAN PHOTOGRAPHS, the first edition / first printing in the matching slipcase. Callahan's first major monograph, number one in the monograph series, and a well-deserved Roth 101 title. From a small limitation of 1500 copies.Santa Barbara: El Mochuelo Gallery, 1964. "First Printing, 1964" stated on copyright page, as required. VERY GOOD PLUS hardcover in a NEAR FINE slipcase. 126 black and white photographs selected by Callahan, followed by an extensive Bibliography. Housed in a sturdy slipcase, with spine titles in silver gilt, and no issues. Oversized: Measures approx. 11.5 X 13.5 inches and bulks 1 inch thick. A very clean copy with sharp tips and ends. Has an attractive bookplate, with no name, on first and second free endpage. Typical minor browning of the light green colored endpages. The first and final blanks are also lightly browned or toned. Exterior black cloth at the foot of the spine slightly rubbed. Slipcase has no discernible flaws. A highlight of contemporary photography books, well and justly identified as such in every significant bibliography (Roth, Parr & Badger, Open Book). This book, published by an art gallery at a time when large publishers were not supporting such deluxe photographic book projects, remains the most sought after monograph of Callahan's work. Em … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Russell's Bookstore (bklegger) [Honolulu, Hawaii, US]
2020-01-15 02:43:18
Francoise Gilot
1964. Condition: Like New. Francoise Gilot. (with) Carlton Lake. "LIFE WITH PICASSO." McGraw-Hill. New York (1964) First Edition. INSCRIBED by Francoise Gilot on the half-title page. Fine in a close to fine dust jacket. (Couple short edge nicks in jacket.) Uncommon with presentation. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: waverlybooks [Santa Monica, California, US]
2020-01-14 22:02:15
1964. original; 3-sheet ( 2 pieces); folded; Mint Unless Mentioned In Description
Bookseller: Movie Poster Warehouse [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2020-01-14 22:02:15
1964. original; folds; creases; stains; small tears; Mint Unless Mentioned In Description
Bookseller: Movie Poster Warehouse [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2020-01-14 22:02:15
1964. original; 6-sheet (4 pieces); folded; Mint Unless Mentioned In Description
Bookseller: Movie Poster Warehouse [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2020-01-14 19:21:06
1964. Title: The Outer Limits Episode Title: "The Guests" Episode Working Title: "An Ordinary Town" Script Dated: January 3, 1964 Written by: Charles Beaumont Description: This is an Original TV Script used during the making of the 1963-1965 TV Series titled, "The Outer Limits". It is from the Episode titled, "The Guests". This script has the original yellow production cover with the Working Title on it. This is a very rare draft written by Charles Beaumont that is titled, "An Ordinary Town". The episode was later written by a different writer and only parts of this script made it into the final episode titled, "The Guests". This script is complete and it is 58 pages long. It has all white pages throughout it inside. This script was used by the associate producer, Louis Morheim. The front cover is stamped #46. The last several pages of this script and also the back cover have some discoloration along the bottom edges from being in storage for over 50 years. Please view all of the pictures above carefully. The script is in good overall condition. It shows the appropriate signs of aging for being used during the 1960's. Episode Information: Charles Beaumont, who had written many memorable episodes of The Twilight Zone, sold Joseph Stefano a script titled "An Ordinary Town" (dated Jan 3 1964), which was quite similar to a Twilight Zone episode he had written the previous year titled "Valley of the Shadow", in which a newspaper man, Philip Redfield, is trapped in an isolated rural town that keeps the benefits of a wondrous technology (possibly brought by aliens) to itself. "An … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: themoviewizard [Van Nuys, California, US]
2020-01-14 19:21:06
1964. Title: The Outer Limits Episode Title: "Second Chance" Episode Working Title: "Joy Ride" Script Last Dated: January 10, 1964 Written by: Sonya Roberts Description: This is an Original TV Script used during the making of the 1963-1965 TV Series titled, "The Outer Limits". It is from the Episode titled, "Second Chance". This script has the original production cover with the Working Title of the episode which was, "Joy Ride". This script is complete and it is 56 pages long. It has all white pages throughout it inside. This script was used by the producer, Joseph Stefano. The front cover is stamped #47. Please view all of the pictures above carefully. The script is in good overall condition. It shows the appropriate signs of aging for being used during the 1960's. Episode Information: The original script for this episode was written by Sonya Roberts and titled "Joy Ride", and takes place at Jollyland, (changed to Joyland). The script was rewritten as "Second Chance" by Lou Morheim, who retained the basic plot but threw out most of the emotional depth and humor of the characters, supposedly because ABC wanted monsters and simplistic stories. In "Second Chance", for example, the Empyrian frightens whoever he encounters by suddenly appearing in front of them, whereas in "Joy Ride" Roberts cleverly has him appear as if he is part of the park, wearing a sandwich board that reads 'GREETINGS EARTHMEN, I AM FROM THE PLANET EMPYRIA IN OUTER SPACE'. Likewise, in "Second Chance", the Empyrian forces Arjay to buckle his safety belt by hypnotizing him with his alien medallion, but in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: themoviewizard [Van Nuys, California, US]
2020-01-14 19:21:05
1964. Title: The Outer Limits Episode Title: "The Chameleon" Script Last Dated: February 27, 1964 (Blue Pages) Written by: Robert Towne Description: This is an Original TV Script used during the making of the 1963-1965 TV Series titled, "The Outer Limits". It is from the Episode titled, "The Chameleon". This script has the original production cover on it. This script is complete and it is 47 pages long. It has all white pages and blue revision pages throughout it inside. This script was used by the producer, Joseph Stefano. The front cover is stamped #47. Please view all of the pictures above carefully. The script is in good overall condition. It shows the appropriate signs of aging for being used during the 1960's. Episode Information: To save Earth from invasion, scientists alter a human into a replica of one of the aliens. The human subject Mace is a remorseless killer, who easily adapts to any personality required. Giving up his body and life means little to him, he relishes this ultimate test of his chameleon powers. But how much loyalty will the vicious Mace have for his fellow humans? THE POSTER SHOWN IN THE LAST PICTURE ABOVE IS NOT INCLUDED, IT IS JUST BEING USED AS A VISUAL REFERENCE. The Movie Wizard specializes in rare and collectible movie scripts. Our scripts are genuine, authentic and screen used. We also carry movie props from no genre in particular. Furthermore, all of our items that are not props or scripts can be found in our Other Memorabilia category. We do not sell reproductions or fakes. • PLEASE VIEW THE PICTURES CAREFULLY • THIS IS BEING SOLD FROM O … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: themoviewizard [Van Nuys, California, US]
2020-01-14 19:18:18
DUTOURD Jean.
Paris, Gallimard, 1964. In-12 (196 x 130 mm), 202 pp, 2 ff. n. ch. Broché, non rogné, dos légèrement foncé. Édition originale, un des 30 exemplaires hors commerce réservés à l'auteur spécialement imprimé sur papier vert pâle pour André et Simone Maurois. Il est enrichi d'un très bel envoi autographe «pour André et Simone Maurois, ces petits contes à emporter à Essendiéras et à lire aux moments perdus. Avec ma tendre et filiale affection, Jean Dutourd». Propriété de famille de Simone Maurois, née de Caillavet, le château d'Esssendiéras était devenu la résidence secondaire du couple à la manière du Nohant de George Sand. Le lieu inspira à André Maurois les romans Climats et L'Instinct du bonheur. Émouvant témoignage d'une amitié sans âge. Le style et l'esprit anticonformiste de Jean Dutourd (Paris, 1920-Paris, 2011), capable de passer de l'étude érudite à l'aphorisme mordant, avaient certainement attiré l'attention d'André Maurois. Bien que d'une génération différente (Maurois est né en 1885), les deux hommes nouèrent une amitié forte, d'ordre quasiment filial, dont témoigne la correspondance croisée conservée à la bibliothèque de l'Institut. Philippe Bouvard évoque dans ses Carnets mondains, non sans ironie, les «promenades dominicales et familiales» du jeune écrivain emmenant dans son auto le «noble vieillard». Jean Dutourd rendra hommage à son aîné dans une préface à la réédition d'À la recherche de Marcel Proust(1985) : «André Maurois non seulement connaissait tout, mais encore il comprenait tout.» Il n'eut pas le loisir de croiser son mentor à l'Académie française: … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Pierre-Adrien Yvinec [France, Paris]
2020-01-14 18:40:10
Tom Clancy
1964. Condition: Good. A well read but complete copy of the Naval Press first edition Hunt for Red October. Dust cover complete but with tear in back - first page taupe binder page torn. High school literature publication is perfect. Tom Clancy - the Ultimate Package Either for the serious Tom Clancy collector who wants the COMPLETE collection or as a very special gift for the serious Tom Clancy aficionado, here is an offer of this internationally famous author's first works. The Hunt for Red October needs no further explanation as a classic and seminal work spawning almost a new thriller genre. The copy offered is a well read, good condition edition from the Naval Press who was the original publisher. From the copyright page, this copy appears to be from the 8th printing and is not a 'book club' printing. The second item is an ultra rare (possibly less than 500 printed in 1964) of the Loyola High School winter Blue and Gold Literary Magazine. Tom Clancy was a staff member and the magazine includes possibly his first published work, a three page short story titled, The Intrusion. This story is an effort from 20 years prior to Red October. The copy of Blue and Gold being offered is in perfect condition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: fitchpe [Avon, Connecticut, US]
2020-01-14 17:17:29
UPDIKE, John and Richard Wagner
Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. Fine. Hardcover. First edition, trade issue. Illustrated by Warren Chappell. Adapted from musical themes by Richard Wagner. Oblong quarto. Very slight sunning at the foot, else fine in pictorial cloth boards and very good plus dustwrapper with a few spots of foxing and a little rubbing. Signed by Updike and very scarce this. A nice copy of the author's second scarcest children's book. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Between the Covers (betweenthecoversrarebooks) [Gloucester City, New Jersey, US]
2020-01-14 16:21:09
Eudora Welty
New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc, 1964. The book is in exceedingly well preserved condition, with very slight fading of color to the bottom back board corner; otherwise minimal wear. The pages are crisp and clean, and free of interior markings. Inscribed by author on the first blank page. The dust jacket has some minor light shelfwear along the top fore-edge. It remains uncut, with the original price still present. Eudora Welty's signature and note on the first blank page. This book came from the Atlanta estate along with several other signed Eudora Welty books, presented to a prominent Jackson, Mississippi resident. THE SHOE bird is a fanciful story of a parrot in a shoe store, as he talks to other birds about shoes. Illustrated by Beth Krush. SCARCE, SIGNED Copy of EUDORA WELTY's "THE SHOE BIRD" -- Stated 1st Edition / 1st Printing, 1964 HC/DJ -- Scarce Signed Children's Book by the Author -- Southern Children's Literature Publisher: Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc., New York (1964) The book is in exceedingly well preserved condition, with very slight fading of color to the bottom back board corner; otherwise minimal wear. The pages are crisp and clean, and free of interior markings. Inscribed by author on the first blank page. The dust jacket has some minor light shelfwear along the top fore-edge. It remains uncut, with the original price still present. Eudora Welty's signature and note on the first blank page. This book came from the Atlanta estate along with several other signed Eudora Welty books, presented to a prominent Jackson, Mississippi resident. (Please … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Black Cat Caboodle (blackcatcaboodle) [Atlanta, Georgia, US]
2020-01-14 15:08:33
Elsevier. Ancien livre de bibliothèque. Edition 1964. Tome 1. Ammareal reverse jusqu'à 15% du prix net de ce livre à des organisations caritatives. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION Book Condition: Used, Good. Former library book. Edition 1964. Tome 1. Ammareal gives back up to 15% of this book's net price to charity organizations. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Ammareal [Grigny, France]
2020-01-14 14:17:06
Fumihiko Maki
Washington University St Louis, 1964. Investigations In Collective Form A Special Publication : Number 2 Washington University in St Louis School of Architecture June 1964 Early, seminal publication establishing philosophy of Metabolism by one of its founders, Fumihiko Maki. Book is in excellent condition for its age. Binding is tight. Inside pages are clean and crisp. On front cover and first few pages there is a very minimal and shallow bump. Cover has very light shelf wear and minimal rounding to two corners. Very good / excellent condition. See photos for details. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: fultoff [Brooklyn, New York, US]
2020-01-14 13:34:20
1964. Condition: Very Good. Crisp and beautiful. California kept. Has original plastic, fitted dust jacket--I was afraid to remove for fear of damaging it. Looks like price tag might have been removed from the title page. Size: 10.75 x 7.75 x 0.5 in (27.5 x 20 x 1 cm) Numbered 349 -- see photo. THE SINGING LINE: DRAWINGS BY HEBBAR. WORDS BY MULK RAJ ANAND, BOMBAY: Western Printers and Publishers 1964. Consisting of 62 pages including 26 drawings and 7 illustrated texts. Sill has the original plastic book cover! California kept. Hebbar's Singing Lines: Hebbar hailed from Kattingeri, a village near Udupi and had grown up amidst a musical environment rich with folk performative traditions like Yakshagaana. His longstanding friendship with the cultural polyglot Dr. Shivrama Karanth who also hailed from the same region is well known. Hebbar learned the dance form Kathak at a young age from a disciple of Birju Maharaj not for the dance but to instill a sense of rhythm that would reflect in his art works. His singing lines adeptly captured the vibrant energy of Yakshagana dancers in the elaborate costume, complete with the head dress (ketaki mudhale) and the breast-plate (kavacha). In face the tiny headdress that was later introduced for the costume of female roles in Yakshagana by Dr. Shivrama Karantha has been attributed to a suggestion from Hebbar. Kattingeri Krishna Hebbar was born in 1911 at Kattingeri in the Udupi district of Karnataka. His father used to make clay idols of Lord Ganesha during festivals and this background in folk art helped Hebbar decide that he wanted t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: hlebasko [Monterey, California, US]
2020-01-14 13:31:15
1964. Clifford Simak - 'Way Station' - UK 1st Rare hardcover first edition, first printing (dated 1964 0n title page with no mention of reprints to copyright page) published by Gollancz in 1964. The book is in very near fine condition, clean red boards, front bottom corner slightly bumped. Internally very clean pages with no inscriptions or foxing. NOT ex-library. The iconic Gollancz yellow dust jacket is the correct first state with code x34 at bottom of rear cover and priced at 16/- net on front flap. The dust jacket has some wear and tear and marking but little actual loss, now protected in an archival sleeve. Brilliant novel that won Hugo and Nebula Awards. This first UK edition seems much scarcer than the American first and I can find no other copies available online Payment by UK cheque or Paypal. Postage: UK £7.00; Europe Insured Airmail £11.40; USA and Canada Insured Airmail £15.60. THE BOOK WILL BE VERY CAREFULLY PACKED AND SENT BY FULLY INSURED POST. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: smithsw [High Wycombe, GB]
2020-01-14 13:06:33
Roald Dahl
1964. Good/Fine. CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY ROALD DAHL ILLUSTRATED BY JOSEPH SCHINDELMAN ALFRED A. KNOPF NEW YORK 1964 Signed by Roald Dahl on signature cut adhered at front endpaper: "Roald Dahl". Very attractive. Rare first edition, first state with six-line colophon; matching facsimile wrapper without isbn number at back. Charming, original illustration throughout this first edition by Joseph Schindelman. Includes the infamous Oompa-Loompa illustrations (excised in later editions). Dark red full cloth boards, sharply embossed title design at front board, gilt spine titles, moderate shelf wear, some rub, toning, discoloration. Chocolate colored top-stain. Pages very good; no writing. Mustard endpapers. Bind fine; hinges intact. Preserved in fine facsimile wrapper matching first edition design; protected in new clear sleeve. Concerning the adventures of four nasty children and Our Hero with Mr. Willy Wonka and his famous candy plant. Darkly humorous, slightly creepy, and ultimately the tale of a nice guy who just might finish first, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is one of the prolific Roald Dahl's most popular works. Life changes for a poor but kindhearted boy named Charlie Bucket when he manages to win one of five golden tickets that allows him and a guest of his choice to tour the chocolate factory of an eccentric and reclusive candy inventor named Willy Wonka. On the big day, Charlie and the other visitors are warned to obey all of Mr. Wonka's strict, but rather strange, rules for behavior. What will happen if they disobey? And why has Mr. Wonka allowed them … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: flicks-n-biblios (mediumisthemessagemedia) [Gladstone, Michigan, US]
2020-01-14 13:06:28
Dahl, Roald
Knopf, 1964. True first edition. "About the author" has 6 lines not 5. Stamped red cloth cover VG. No ISBN # on back flap. $3.95 on the front flap. 161 pp. Binding Good. Text and illustration clean and clear. Overall VG [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Doodletown Farm Books [Ancram, NY, U.S.A.]
2020-01-14 12:46:52
Nicklaus, Jack
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1964. First edition of the Golden Bear's first book. Octavo, original half cloth. Signed by Jack Nicklaus on the front free endpaper. With drawings by Francis Golden. Very good in a very good dust jacket. Jack Nicklaus nicknamed The Golden Bear was an American professional golfer. He is widely regarded as the greatest golfer of all time, winning a record 18 career major championships, while producing 19 second-place and 9 third-place finishes, over a span of 25 years.
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books [United States]
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2020-01-14 12:33:22
Green, Hannah [Joanne Greenberg]
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1964. First edition of the author's semi-autobiographical modern classic novel. Octavo, original cloth. Lengthily signed by the author as Joanne Greenberg and her pseudonym "Hannah Green", as follows, "I never promise lies and the rose-garden world of perfection is a lie, and a bore too." "Hannah Green" Joanne Greenberg." Near fine in a very good dust jacket. Jacket design by Ellen Raskin. An exceptional inscription. Enveloped in the dark inner kingdom of her schizophrenia, sixteen-year-old Deborah is haunted by private tormentors that isolate her from the outside world. With the reluctant and fearful consent of her parents, she enters a mental hospital where she will spend the next three years battling to regain her sanity with the help of a gifted psychiatrist. As Deborah struggles toward the possibility of the "normal" life she and her family hope for, the reader is inexorably drawn into her private suffering and deep determination to confront her demons. "A rare and wonderful insight into the dark kingdom of the mind" (Chicago Tribune). It is the basis for the 1977 film starring Bibi Andersson and Kathleen Quinlan. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2020-01-14 12:31:07
Charles Bukowski
Two days before Christmas in 1964 Bukowski typed this letter to John and Louise Webb in New Orleans. Bukowski was still working at the post office and only a few months earlier his only child, daughter Marina, was born. He was living with Marina and her mother, Frances "FrancEyE" Smith in a one-bedroom court apartment in Los Angeles. An interesting part of this letter is Bukowski saying he doesn't remember his poem, "Something For The Touts, The Nuns, The Grocery Clerks And You," and asking the Webbs for a copy if they can spare one. The poem he doesn't remember would be published by the Webbs in the 1965 book, Crucifix in a Deathhand, and later in five other Bukowski poetry collections. It would also appear on no fewer than seven recordings. The only other Bukowski manuscript on eBay right now is a computer printout, and the seller wants $1600 for it(!). This letter is an original typescript direct from the typewriter on Bukowski's kitchen table at 5124 DeLongpre Avenue in Los Angeles. It's 55 years old, and needless to say, one of a kind. Shipping cost includes insurance.
Bookseller: mjpinjt [Joshua Tree, California, US]
2020-01-14 12:31:07
Charles Bukowski
Two days before Christmas in 1964 Bukowski typed this letter to John and Louise Webb in New Orleans. Bukowski was still working at the post office and only a few months earlier his only child, daughter Marina, was born. He was living with Marina and her mother, Frances "FrancEyE" Smith in a one-bedroom court apartment in Los Angeles. An interesting part of this letter is Bukowski saying he doesn't remember his poem, "Something For The Touts, The Nuns, The Grocery Clerks And You," and asking the Webbs for a copy if they can spare one. The poem he doesn't remember would be published by the Webbs in the 1965 book, Crucifix in a Deathhand, and later in five other Bukowski poetry collections. It would also appear on no fewer than seven recordings. The only other Bukowski manuscript on eBay right now is a computer printout, and the seller wants $1600 for it(!). This letter is an original typescript direct from the typewriter on Bukowski's kitchen table at 5124 DeLongpre Avenue in Los Angeles. It's 55 years old, and needless to say, one of a kind. Shipping cost includes insurance.
Bookseller: mjpinjt [Joshua Tree, California, US]
2020-01-14 12:12:50
ARDIZZONE, Edward (1900-1979).
c.1964. Original lithograph on Rives off white wove paper, one of 100, signed, titled and numbered by the artist. 350 x 535 mms. Very good condition, framed and glazed.||A very attractive lithograph. Ardizzone did a few other lithographs of English public schools in 1964 which were commissioned by Paul Cornwell-Jones at Editions Alecto - two of Charterhouse, tow of Downside and two of St. Paul's. This is the most energetic of the prints.|NAP43
Bookseller: SOPHIE SCHNEIDEMAN RARE BOOKS [United Kingdom]
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2020-01-14 11:54:56
Title: The Outer Limits Episode Title: "The Special One" Script Dated: January 24, 1964 Written by: Oliver Crawford Description: This is an Original TV Script used during the making of the 1963-1965 TV Series titled, "The Outer Limits". It is from the Episode titled, "The Special One". This script has the original production cover on it. The front cover is stamped #46. This script is complete and it is 60 pages long. It has all white pages throughout it inside. This script was used by the associate producer, Louis Morheim. The Title Page inside has some handwritten markings on it. This script also includes the signed Shooting Script Review page at the back of the script. Please view all of the pictures above carefully. The script is in good overall condition. It shows the appropriate signs of aging for being used during the 1960's. Episode Information: The parents of a child science prodigy are approached by a mysterious official called Mr Zeno, who offers to give him special private tutoring. Unknown to them, Mr Zeno is an alien who wants to use their son's talents for evil. THE POSTER SHOWN IN THE LAST PICTURE ABOVE IS NOT INCLUDED, IT IS JUST BEING USED AS A VISUAL REFERENCE. The Movie Wizard specializes in rare and collectible movie scripts. Our scripts are genuine, authentic and screen used. We also carry movie props from no genre in particular. Furthermore, all of our items that are not props or scripts can be found in our Other Memorabilia category. We do not sell reproductions or fakes. • PLEASE VIEW THE PICTURES CAREFULLY • THIS IS BEING SOLD FROM ONE COLLECTOR TO … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: themoviewizard [Van Nuys, California, US]
2020-01-14 11:30:25
Warren, Earl [Signed Copy
Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1964. First Edition. Cloth. A scarce copy of the Warren Commission Report, signed by committee chairman and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Earl Warren. Octavo, xxiv, 888pp. Blue cloth, title in gilt on spine, presidential seal in gilt on front panel. Light shelf wear to cloth, toning to spine cloth. Red pen mark on front end paper. Inscribed by Chief Justice Earl Warren on the title page: "Best wishes of Earl Warren. 10/10/64." Near fine. Item #1965 Shortly after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, President Johnson asked Warren to serve on the commission tasked with investigating his death. The commission served from December 1963 until October 1964, with the publication of this report. Mr. Warren advocated for more transparency in the final analysis but was rebuffed due to ongoing secret government actions. As a result, the lone-gunman conclusion of the Warren Commission report was met with public skepticism. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: The First Edition Rare Books (firsteditionrarebooks) [Cincinnati, Ohio, US]
2020-01-14 11:23:22
SOMETO, Akashi and Isaku Nakagawa
Kyoto Shoin, Showa 39. 1964 (third) edition. folio, blue cloth with an orange, yellow and white floral pattern reminiscent of the plates within; paper title labels in Japanese characters pasted to front cover of each volume, red silk ties complete the Japanese-style binding. [8] pp. of text; 35 plates; 36-70 plates. First published by Kyoto Shoin in 1955 with subsequent publishing in 1961, this is the 1964 edition. Color plates of textile designs tipped into blind embossed frames on each page. Volume I includes English and French versions of J. P. Howehecorne's ruminations on Okinawan textiles. Spines slightly faded. Fine.
Bookseller: Colophon Book Shop (colophonbookshop) [Exeter, New Hampshire, US]
2020-01-14 11:17:55
CHURCHILL, Winston S.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1958-1964. 4 volumes, octavo (208 x 144 mm). Recent blue half morocco, spines lettered in gilt, gilt floral motifs to compartments, marbled sides, light blue endpapers, top edges gilt. Light toning to endpapers. A fine set. A handsomely bound set of the American edition of Churchill's great history (composed of later printings, first published 1956-1958). Churchill began his history of the British Empire and the United States during his period in the political wilderness in the early 1930s, but did not complete it until after his retirement in the late 1950s. The events of the Second World War, the major interruption in the writing process, had reconfirmed his belief in the "special relationship" between Britain and the United States. Consequently he gave considerable attention to the key events of American history: around a quarter of the third volume, The Age of Revolution, is dedicated to the War of Independence, and a full third of the final volume, The Great Democracies, contains a detailed study of the American Civil War. Cohen A 267.3(I-IV) [/267.4 - Book Club issue distinguishable only by original bindings].
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
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2020-01-14 07:05:20
Aickman, Robert
Collins, 1964, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, First. Good+/Good+ 1st printing first edition 1964 Collins hardback, unclipped dust-jacket, beautifully atmospheric jacket artwork, darkening to edges of jacket and patches of spotting and foxing to insides of dust-jacket, 1cm closed tear to top rear corner of jacket, all else tight and unmarked in very secure binding and very well-preserved jacket for its age. More scarce Aickman titles available. Immediate dispatch Quantity Available: 1. Category: Fiction; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 075810. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: 84 Charing Cross Road Books [United Kingdom]
2020-01-14 07:05:20
Aickman, Robert
Good+/Good+ 1st printing first edition 1964 Collins hardback, unclipped dust-jacket, beautifully atmospheric jacket artwork, darkening to edges of jacket and patches of spotting and foxing to insides of dust-jacket, 1cm closed tear to top rear corner of jacket, all else tight and unmarked in very secure binding and very well-preserved jacket for its age. More scarce Aickman titles available. Immediate dispatch Quantity Available: 1. Category: Fiction; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 075810. Good Condition in Good jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: 84 Charing Cross Road Books [United Kingdom]
2020-01-14 07:01:48
Robert Heinlein
G P Putnam's Sons, New York, 1964. Very light fading to top of one cloth board, sharp ends, full blue color present. Priced ($3.50) dust jacket has light overall wear with slight chipping to spine top. Full cloth boards. Solid, tight binding. Pages are clean and white with yellow top stain as called for. Stated first American Edition. Nice clean inscription by Heinlein on the title page. A very nice copy of this classic. NOT the book club edition with the cheap boards. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Preferred Books [Rancho Cucamonga, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-01-14 06:44:14
Nicklaus, Jack
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1964. First edition of the Golden Bear's first book. Octavo, original half cloth. Signed by Jack Nicklaus on the front free endpaper. With drawings by Francis Golden. Very good in a very good dust jacket. Jack Nicklaus nicknamed The Golden Bear was an American professional golfer. He is widely regarded as the greatest golfer of all time, winning a record 18 career major championships, while producing 19 second-place and 9 third-place finishes, over a span of 25 years. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books [United States]
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2020-01-14 01:18:36
Adolfo Bioy Casares
Austin: University of Texas Press, [1964]. Adolfo Bioy Casares. The Invention of Morel. And Other Stories (from La Trama Celeste). Austin: University of Texas Press, [1964]. First U. S. edition. Octavo (9 x 5.875 inches; 228 x 150 mm.). [8], 237, [3, blank] pages. Full-page illustrations by Norah Borges de Torre throughout. Publisher's light whitish-brown cloth, spine lettered in black, spine and front board stamped in green; variant with top edge of the text block stained yellow, others trimmed; green endpapers; in the original dust jacket, priced $5.00. Spine just barely askew; front board with the slightest splay; board edges very faintly foxed or soiled. Top edge of the text block faintly foxed; previous ownership signature in pen on the front free endpaper. Dust jacket spine panel tanned just a shade, visible only in the text of the title and on the verso; edges with a touch of wear with a couple tiny nicks and a very soft marginal crease on the rear panel. Near fine. An exceptional copy. Prologue by Jorge-Luis Borges; translated by Ruth L. C. Simms.Direct source for the forgettable 1974 Emidio Greco film starring Anna Karina as Faustine but more famous for its relationship with the formalist masterpiece Last Year at Marienbad (1961), directed by Alain Resnais from a screenplay by Alain Robbe-Grillet, which was the subject of Thomas Beltzer's "Last Year at Marienbad: An Intertextual Meditation" (Senses of Cinema, November 2000). Though their plots, superficially, have little in common, The Invention of Morel is also cited as the film's source material in the Encyclopae … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Zachary Stacy, Bookseller [United States]
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2020-01-13 23:24:06
Harry Callahan
1964. Sale only today!!! Unique!!! Super Mega RARE! SIGNED! sale only today!!! Today this book you can buy from me cheaper without the cost of advertising, Please see my list sales on ebay! This book from personal collection famous artist Hugo Weber!!! Look a photo with text from this a book of Hugo Weber!!!! Super Beautiful Signed Book!!! Signed by Harry Callahan: Photographs, Signed and inscribed personally to famous artist Hugo Weber!!!! 1964 - First Edition, Limited to 1500 copies Harry Callahan. El Mochuelo Gallery. Santa Barbara, CA, 1964. Hardcover. 1st Edition Book Condition: Very good/Excellent condition for 55 years!!!! The first printing of one of 1,500 copies; published in 1964 as Monograph Number One, El Mochuelo Gallery. Printed by Meriden Gravure to the highest standards. 126 black and white photographs printed as duotones with 300 line screen. One inside plate with very slight handling marks, else fine. Overall dimensions are 11.5" x 13.5", approximately .75" thickness. A very collectible copy!!! The most important book ever published on the work of Harry Callahan. Large hardcover Ray Metzker is a student of Harry Callahan!! Very Good conditions for 55 years!!! Sale as is, see photos. No return. Hugo Weber, a painter long recognized as a member of the avantā€garde. He was 53 years old and had lived and worked for many years in the loft rstudio building at 797 Green liwich Street. Mr. Weber was born of Swiss parents in Basel and began sistudying painting with Ernst Suter while attending the Uni versity of Basel. In 1939 he studied in Paris with Marcel Gimond a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ra.film-4 [New York, New York, US]
2020-01-13 23:18:11
Kesey, Ken; Bacon, Paul [jacket designer]
New York: Viking Press, 1964. First Edition, First Printing. large 8vo., 628 pp., VG-/VG-; black DJ, green lettering to spine; shelfwear/mild age-toning to covers, creasing to back and tail of spine, slight superficial material loss to head of spine, mild liquid staining towards top of flaps; liquid staining to back of spine and corners of covers to interior of DJ, does not bleed through to exterior; small black ink stains to head of spine to interior of DJ, a likely repair attempt to disguise slight material loss to exterior; price uncut "$7.50" to front flap; gray and blue speckled cloth boards, navy blue lettering and green stripes to spine; scattered black residue to spine, lettering to title affected yet clear and legible; mild age-toning to edges of boards, bumping to corners; age-toning/wear to text-block, liquid staining to top and fore-edge with greenish discoloration to top; mild liquid staining to front paste-down and recto of ffep with slight pink discoloration to front paste-down and mild blue discoloration to ffep, does not bleed through to subsequent leaves; interior clean; INSCRIBED by Kesey to title page; First Edition, First Printing: first pub. 1964 stated to copyright page, Viking Press logo to half-title page; parts of this book originally appeared in Genesis West 5 stated to copyright page; though ONE FLEW OVER'S THE CUCKOO'S NEST is arguably his most well-known work, many critics consider SOMETIMES A GREAT NOTION Kesey's magnum opus; LP consignment; shelved Case 6, Dupont. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Second Story Books [United States]
2020-01-13 22:33:55
Kennedy, John F.
Harper & Row: New York, 1964. Limited Edition. Octavo, 293 pages, VG; bound in full blue faux leather, paneled spine has gilt tooling and lettering, front cover has a gilt presidential insignia; binding has moderate wear at the top and bottom of the spine and on the fore edge corners, front and back cover have minor rubbing; pages have gilt edges, have minor scratch marks on the edges; marbled endpapers; contains a ribbon; lacking slipcase; Inscribed 'With appreciation, Jacqueline Kennedy' on the ffep; SG consignment; Shelved case 5. This volume is a collection of public statements and addresses held over the course of Kennedy's presidency. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Second Story Books [United States]
2020-01-13 18:31:04
H.G. Wells
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1964. Minor rubbing to extremities; slipcase is worn and soiled. Very good. Presentation Copy H.G. Wells The Time Machine/War of the Worlds LEC 1964 Joe Magnaini, illustrator. H.G. Wells. The Time Machine [together with:] The War of the Worlds. New York: Limited Editions Club, 1964. Limited edition. Quarto. [98]/188pp. One of 25 presentation copies, with "out of series" pressure stamp. Of 1,500 numbered copies, this copy marked "H.M." Both volumes signed by the illustrator. Black and red cloth; spines in gilt; speckled edges; LEC newsletter laid-in; custom slipcase. Minor rubbing to extremities; slipcase is worn and soiled. Very good. 709-00096A.
Bookseller: inkqnabula [Plano, Texas, US]
2020-01-13 18:11:43
The Warren Commission
Washington, D. C. US Government Printing Office, 1964. First Edition. Octavo, xxiv, 888 pages; VG; bound in black cloth, gilt lettering to spine; slight sun-fading to spine, mild wear to edges, head and tail of spine; SIGNED flat on ffep by Gerald Ford. Representative (and later 38th president) Ford was one of the seven members of the Warren Commission, established by President Johnson to investigate the assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy.; shelved case 1. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Second Story Books [United States]
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