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2018-12-18 21:30:42
Harry Callahan
Santa Barbara, Ca: First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Black cloth-covered boards with title stamped in silver on cover and spine contained in a matching slipcase. In Fine++ condition. Unpaginated, with 126 black-and-white plates beautifully printed using 300-line screen offset process on Warren's Offset Enamel paper by the Meriden Gravure Company. The text is handset and printed letterpress in Bembo and Centaur by Bradley Brownell. 13-1/2 x 11-1/4 inches. This first edition was limited to 1500 copies. [Cited in Andrew Roth, ed., The Book of 101 Books:. The binding tight as new, no flaking, mars, bumps,whatsoever. Endpapers discolored due to aging of the glue used for paste-down endpapers, as is the case with virtually all copies of this title, all else Fine++). An unread book. The first edition, first printing; one of 1,500 copies, published in 1964 as Monograph Number One by El Mochuelo Gallery. The binding tight as new, no flaking of stamped silver on cover. The binding tight as new, no flaking of stamped silver on cover, no mars, rubbing, bumps, whatsoever. Matching slipcase in flawless condition. Glue residue to endpapers, as usual. One of the most important and beautiful books on the photography of Harry Callahan. An unread copy in Fine++ condition. The 1st Edition of this early monograph is extremely scarce in any condition; a brilliant production and a Roth 101 selection. Hardcover. Black cloth-covered boards with title stamped in silver on cover and spine; no dust jacket as issued; contained in a matching slipcase. Unpaginated, with 126 black-and-white plates … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: alphabooks1 [Kansas City, Missouri, US]
2018-12-18 19:42:06
Kaufman, William W
New York, Evanston and London: Harper & Row, Publishers, [1964]. First edition. Illustrated. x, [ii], 339 pp. 1 vols. Inscribed to His Wife, in Special Binding. Inscribed on the ffep from McNamara to his wife "To Mary, co-author of the McNamara Strategy for twenty-four blissfully happy years. With all my love/ Bob." Publisher's special blue polished calf binding, a.e.g., marbled endpapers. Some minor rubbing.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 18:53:54
(Johnson, Lyndon Baines) White, William S
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, [c. 1964]. Fourth printing. [viii], 273 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed by LBJ. Inscribed by the president, "To Charles Engelhard - with best wishes, Lyndon B. Johnson" Jane and Charles Engelhard of Far Hills, New Jersey, were steadfast friends of the Johnsons and prominent donors of furniture and expertise to the White House restoration projects. Orange cloth. Fine in fine dust jacket. In half orange morocco slipcase and chemise.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 18:53:54
(Johnson, Lyndon Baines) White, William S
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, [1964]. Fourth printing. [viii], 273 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed on half-title, "To Jane and Charles with admiration & gratitude Lyndon B. Johnson." and below "For Mr. & Mrs. Charles Engelhard with all good wishes William A. White." Red cloth. Fine in fine dust jacket. Half blue morocco slipcase and chemise.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 18:53:47
Moore, Marianne
London: Faber and Faber, [1964]. First edition. 8vo. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "Michael Cillo's Arctic Ox/ Marianne Moore/ November 4, 1966" Abbott A23. Light blue cloth. Fine copy in Very Good dust jacket with just a touch of toning to spine.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 18:01:04
Tse-Tung, Mao
General Political Department of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, [1964]. First edition. Portrait frontispiece. [iv], 250 pp. 12mo. THE FIRST EDITION. 720 million copies of Mao's Little Red Book were printed over a four year period beginning in 1964, only the Bible has a larger print run. The first edition was published in wrappers rather than the famous red vinyl covers and is distinguished by its size - five inches tall which was later reduced to four - and has thirty rather than the thirty-three chapters of later editions. "Its idea was originally conceived by Lin Bao (1907-71) as a book of inspirational reading... For several years Lin promoted a campaign that everyone should study Chairman Mao's thoughts, and the PLA [People's Liberation Army] newspaper printed daily extracts from his selected texts that often formed topics for evening discussion groups" (Schiller). There were several proto-type versions issued in small numbers before this edition went to press with a preface dated May 1964. Schiller, J; Quotations of Chairman Mao, Grolier Club, 2014, p3. Original printed wrappers, slightly soiled, but a very good copy.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 17:23:46
Thesiger, Wilfred
London: Longmans, 1964. First edition. [xii], 242 pp. Profusely illustrated with maps and photographs by the author. 8vo. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. A rare signed copy in lovely condition. The Marsh Arabs is an account of Thesiger's time in the marshes of southern Iraq where he lived from the end of 1951 until June 1958. He writes in the introduction: "From my recollections, helped by my diaries, I have tried to give a picture of the Marshes and of the people who live there. Recent political upheavals in Iraq have closed this area to visitors. Soon the Marshes will probably be drained; when this happens, a way of life that has lasted for thousands of years will disappear." After the enthusiastic reception of Arabian Sands, this second work "confirmed Thesiger's reputation as a writer and a photographer ... [He was celebrated for] the manner in which he travelled, the enduring relationships he forged among tribes in remote, seldom visited areas, and the way he captured for posterity fast disappearing ways of life. By the time of his death he was widely acknowledged as among the greatest of twentieth-century explorers" (ODNB). A near fine copy in original green cloth, gilt, with a fine price-clipped dust jacket.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 09:03:28
THESIGER, Wilfred.
London: Longmans, 1964. Octavo. Original emerald green cloth, spine lettered in gilt and black. Price-clipped dust jacket. Dust jacket very good with some rubbing at extremities. Some bumping and rubbing at base of spine, spotting to covers, both hinges neatly repaired with line. A good+ copy. Numerous monochrome illustrations from photographs, 3 maps. First edition, second impression signed on the title page by Thesiger. "After travelling in Iraqi Kurdistan, in 1950, Thesiger visited the marshes of southern Iraq. From then until 1958, except for 1957, he spent several months every year with the marsh Arabs, sharing the communal life of the villages and travelling by canoe throughout the marshes. To escape the hot, humid marsh summers, he travelled among the mountains of western Asia and Morocco. A second book, The Marsh Arabs, published in 1964 [following Arabian Sands, 1959], confirmed Thesiger's reputation as a writer and a photographer" (ODNB). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2018-12-18 08:26:44
DEIGHTON, LEN [STORY BY] & RAYMOND HAWKEY [POSTER ARTWORK BY]
Jonathan Cape, n. d. (1964)., London. Approximately 20" x 26 1/2" framed and glazed original color poster for Len Deighton's "Funeral In Berlin," and signed in ink by Raymond Hawkey next to his printed design credit at the lower right of the poster. The poster pictures a chessboard and chess pieces of a Nazi skull, a hand grenade, and a machine gun. An attractive design in excellent condition and very scarce to rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA [GREENCASTLE, PA, U.S.A.]
2018-12-18 07:08:52
John le Carré
Gollancz. First edition, first impression, signed to the title page by John le Carré; the omnibus issued in July 1964 following the success of TSWCIFTC, collecting le Carré's first two novels, Call for the Dead (1961) and A Murder of Quality (1962); scarce signed. Near Fine: firm and square binding in sharp red cloth; bright gilt; a trace of sunning to the spine and a little rubbing to the heel of the spine and bottom corners; toning and some very faint and sporadic spotting to the edge of the page block; bright, crisp and clean pages. The unclipped dustwrapper (correctly priced at 18/- net) is Very Good: bright with vivid red lettering and yellow background; toning to the spine, folds and extremities; a few short nicks to the edges; rubbing and tiny chips to the corners and spine tips; a pleasing example of a notoriously fragile wrapper; presented in a removable, archival-quality Brodart protective cover. All orders are sent very carefully wrapped in bubble wrap and sturdy cardboard. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Bradhurst Fine Editions [Oakham, United Kingdom]
2018-12-18 06:02:54
Webb, Charles
1964. First printing of this edition, and first printing in paperback. SIGNED by the author on the title page to publisher Kurt Enoch. From the Kurt Enoch collection, with a letter of provenance included. Webb's 1963 novel follows emotionally lost college graduate Benjamin Braddock and his eventual affair with his girlfriend's mother, Mrs. Robinson. The book was written shortly after the writer himself had graduated Williams College, and three years after this copy was signed it was adapted into the classic 1967 film directed by Mike Nichols, starring Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft, and Katherine Ross. Nichols would win an Academy Award for Best Director, while Hoffman, Bancroft and Ross would all earn performance nominations for their performances. Kurt Enoch was the founder of Signet Books and a publisher whose desire was to bring great literature and genre fiction out of the libraries and into the hands of readers. With a letter of provenance included. A tremendous association. Near Fine in wrappers. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: vanburenantiques [Baltimore, Maryland, US]
2018-12-16 21:59:45
Dick HIGGINS
New York: Something Else Press, 1964. Condition: Nice condition: See description. One of 1,200 copies. Octavo (20.75cm); dark blue-green buckram, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; teal topstain; dustjacket; 271; 90pp; illus. Fine in a Near Fine dustjacket, unclipped (priced $5.95), with some light wear to spine ends and extremities, and touch of dustiness to front panel on Jefferson's Birthday. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: joehillstrom [Winchester, Virginia, US]
2018-12-16 09:13:43
Title: The Sand Pebbles Script Dated: July 24, 1964 Script Draft: Estimating Draft Written by Robert Anderson -Description- This is an original movie script from the 1966 Steve McQueen Film, "The Sand Pebbles." This complete script has all of the studio issued pages inside and it is 188 pages long. It has the original Twentieth Century Fox production cover. The cover has some small tears around the edges. Please view all of the pictures above carefully. This original script is in very good overall condition. -Storyline- Engineer Jake Holman arrives aboard the gunboat U.S.S. San Pablo, assigned to patrol a tributary of the Yangtze in the middle of exploited and revolution-torn 1926 China. His iconoclasm and cynical nature soon clash with the "rice-bowl" system which runs the ship and the uneasy symbiosis between Chinese and foreigner on the river. Hostility towards the gunboat's presence reaches a climax when the boat must crash through a river-boom and rescue missionaries upriver at China Light Mission. POSTER 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 ANOTHER. • THIS IS BEING SOLD AS MOVIE MEMORABILIA ONLY, MEANING NO RIGHTS ARE GIVEN OR IMPLIED. • Delivery co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: themoviewizard [Van Nuys, California, US]
2018-12-16 08:21:11
You Only Live Twice (1964) Ian Fleming New American Library **SIGNED BY IAN FLEMING** Provenance: Comes with note by original owner detailing how the signature was obtained. Based on the note, the book was signed at a St. George's Golf Club on August 11, 1964. Fleming was indeed at the club on that day. Sadly, he fell ill that evening and passed away the following day. CONDITION Book is in good/very good condition. A bit of wear. No dustjacket. AN EXCELLENT JAMES BOND COLLECTIBLE! **************************************. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: RWSellersBooks [Cleveland, Ohio, US]
2018-12-15 17:14:09
Alessandro Manzoni
Aldo Palazzi Editore. Scheda in lavorazione. A breve verra' aggiornato il prezzo. Ci scusiamo per il disagio A cura di M. Barbi e F. Ghisalberti, con illustrazioni di Giorgio De Chirico. Pubblicato in 23 puntate di sedici pagine ciascuna nel settimanale Tempo dall'8 aprile al 9 settembre 1964. Delle centoventisette tavole che Giorgio De Chirico ha creato per questa edizione fuori commercio sessantacinque sono a colori e sessantadue in nero. Legatura con titolo dorati al dorso, fregi in oro ai piatti e lievi segni del tempo, leggermente sbiadita al dorso ed in copertina. Tagli ingialliti; pagine in buono stato, con testo a due colonne. Tracce di matita alla pagina d'occhietto. Numero pagine 359. USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele [IT]
2018-12-15 06:20:47
Richard Brautigan
New York: Grove Press. First edition of the outsider artist, poet and novelist's first novel. Light offsetting to endpapers. The navy cloth covers are lightly worn. A solid very good copy in price-intact dustwrapper. Larry Rivers' artwork graces the front panel. A significant copy of this book. SIGNED AND DATED BY THE AUTHOR ON NOVEMBER 19, 1964 (year of publication). " The Kygers were close associates of the Brautigan family back in the 1960's. It is easy to imagine that this was one of the first copies to be signed and dedicated to family and friends in the year of publication. Brautigan's literary reputation has risen and fallen over the years since his suicide in 1984. He variously has been included with the beat generation as well as straddling the zeitgeist of the 60's and 70's counterculture. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: derringerbooks [Woodbridge, Connecticut, US]
2018-12-14 23:39:13
Guy Debord
Paris: Institut Scandinave de Vandalisme Comparé, 1964. 4to (8 ⅛ x 10 ½ in.) in wraps. Good condition, with some smudging and indentations on front and back cover, some edgewear along bottom of book, with cracked fold on top right corner. Item #4076 Guy Debord was a French theorist, writer, and filmmaker best known for his book of cultural critique. The Society of the Spectacle, which would play a pivotal role in the May 1968 revolts in France. He was a member of the Letterist International and founding member of the Situationist International.This book includes scripts from Debord's first three films. The first edition of this book includes illustrations, however this edition is text only. A card accompanying this book states, "Pour des raisons techniques, la présente édition ne comport pas de photos." The scripts included are Hurlements en faveur de Sade or Howlings in Favour of De Sade (1952), Sur le passage de quelques personnes à travers une assez courte unité de temps or On the Passage of a Few Persons Through a Rather Brief Unity of Time (1959) and Critique de la separation or Critique of Separation (1961).
Bookseller: Boo-Hooray [New York, New York, US]
2018-12-14 16:16:15
Shel Silverstein - The Giving Tree - First Edition New York: Harper & Row, 1964. First Edition, First Printing with the 4 line copyright page, and no ISBN number. Early state (5th?) jacket with $3.95 price on front flap (first state price was $2.50). Correct 0964 code printed on the bottom of the front flap, and the photo of Silverstein on the rear panel from the torso up, and with hair. Some light wear to the extremities of the jacket, with a light scuff to the authors photo on the rear panel. Small red markings on front board of the book. Front hinge over-opened, and some doodling on one of the pages internally, as pictured. A rare example of one of Silverstein's early titles. Often found well-loved, this copy is in nicer condition than usually encountered. Please see the other first editions I have listed. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: met.books [New York, New York, US]
2018-12-14 08:53:03
Alessandro Manzoni
MILANO: Aldo Palazzi Editore, 1964. RILEGATO. BUONO. 25 33. BRO1738 LETTERATURA 012 USATO
Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBabele [Italy]
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2018-12-14 05:46:35
Ernest Hemingway
NY: 1964. Hemingway, Ernest. A MOVABLE FEAST. 4to, editorial typescript consisting of 148 stamp-numbered pages, beginning with the first chapter through the end of the published book. At the top of the first page is a typed label: "Title: A MOVABLE [sic] FEAST / Author: Ernest Hemingway / Pub. Date March (Scribner." The final line is in ink. The "typescript" is on paper watermarked Atlantic Bond 20 and seems to have been reproduced by offset lithography, rather than any of the plain paper xerographic systems available at the time, giving this precedence over any previously described copied or printed galley proofs. Minor typographical and punctuation corrections appear as they were made by hand on the original. The preliminary material, including the title-page epigraph, the author's preface, and Mary Hemingway's note, was apparently not part of this version since the page numbering begins with 00001. At least two different typewriters were used. The whole is contained in a plain buff folder with a penciled note indicating that it was originally sent to an advance reader for the Book-of-the-Month Club. In this case, it was Donald Gallup, who was an acknowledged expert on Hemingway and other personalities mentioned in the book, notably Ezra Pound, T.S. Eliot, Gertrude Stein, and other American Expatriates in Paris. This item was acquired by us from Gallup and first sold to a private collector in 1987. We are not aware of any other copy being offered for sale since then. Nor does this item appear to be cataloged in the Scribner's Archives at Princeton, The Kennedy Library, or … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pharos Rare Books [New Haven, CT, US]
2018-12-12 20:14:17
Warren, Earl (Chairman)
1964 United States Government Printing Office, Washington DC First Edition. Hardcover Near Fine. No Jacket 888 pages (complete). A VERY, VERY RARE and VERY COLLECTABLE copy of the official report on the assassination of President Kennedy. The submission page is SIGNED by EACH MEMBER OF THE COMMISSION: Earl Warren, Richard B Russell, John Sherman Cooper, Hale Boggs, Gerald R Ford, Allen W Dulles, John J McCloy. Please note that published copies of the report did have these signatures printed. This copy however, the same people SIGNED AGAIN in ink alongside the printed. The page is ALSO SIGNED by J Lee Rankin, General Counsel. It is incredibly rare to encounter a copy with ALL commission members' contemporary, personal signatures. The signatures are wonderfully fresh, bold. The book is held in a matching blue cloth covered box. Blue leather spine with five ridges, gilt titling. The spine is handsome, smart. The sides have some mild scuffing, even lighter wear. The box is healthy and sound. The boards of the book are also covered in presidential blue. The front face has a stamped gilt seal of the United States. The boards have light wear, some scuffing and shelving marks, some pulling wear to the head and foot of the spine. They are otherwise steady, assured. The contents are most pleasing. The early pages have shallow evidence of handling. However, the pages are very clean and clear, confident, tidy, neat, smart, certain, fresh-as almost new! A copy BOLD with History! fk.
Bookseller: Chapter 1 Books [ZA]
2018-12-12 06:59:25
Ono, Yoko (author)
Wuntemaum Press, 1964. First Edition. One of 500 copies printed, preceding the UK edition by four years. INSCRIBED by Yoko Ono on the first blank: "To Helen, / 1966, opening / Judson Church Gallery / NYC, NY / Yoko Ono." The author, poet, and conceptual artist's first book. The inscription almost certainly refers to opening night of "The Stone" on March 10th, 1966, a collaborative environment conducted by Ono's then-husband, Anthony Cox. Michael Mason supplied sound forms, Jon Hendricks supplied "air", and Jeff Perkins a film message. For her part, Ono contributed "Eye Bags": black bags which participants crawled inside of and could see through, although they could not be seen within by spectators--in effect the inverse of a one-way mirror. Ono's first book, a groundbreaking conceptual piece made up of "event scores," series of actions, ideas, or instructions that take the place of physical works of art and can be performed by another individual (an example being the piece titled, "Painting to Exist Only When It's Copied or Photographed: Let people copy or photograph your paintings. Destroy the originals.") While a handful of signed copies have have shown up in commerce in the last couple of decades, most have generic inscriptions referencing a season, e.g. 1965, Autumn. This is the only copy we have encountered with a contemporary inscription that can be pinpointed to a time and place-and most importantly, one of Ono's own installations. Very Good or better in original white perfect bound wrappers. Wrappers lightly soiled and foxed, with some of the usual production wrinkl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: vanburenantiques [Baltimore, Maryland, US]
2018-12-12 06:59:25
Diter Rot [Dieter Roth]
Philadelphia: Diter Rot, 1964. Condition: See description. Irregularly cut diazotype sheet, approximately 23 x 35", folded twice, with glue remnants at verso. Titled in graphite in Rot's hand "an almost dummy", with a note at bottom edge reading "sorry D. R. 64". In 1964, Rot was invited to Philadelphia to create an artists' book in collaboration with Eugene Feldman, who had been impressed by Rot's 'Book' published earlier that year. Rot's visit coincided with his impressive turn towards chance, mess, materiality and the everyday, and the collaboration foundered. Rot ended up continuing his work at the Philedelphia Museum College of Art. The institution planned to publish a paperback version following his donation of the singular work to the institution, but Rot, in a glorious turn towards materiality and participation, pinned up the "outtakes" of the work, and invited students to drink aquavit and take what they wanted. This print was taken by a student of Rot's at the time. An edition would eventually be published by Editions Et, and then six years later by Rot himself, but this print represents the first distribution of the book. A rare survivor from one of the most important artists' books of the 20th century.
Bookseller: Division Leap [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-12-11 00:17:12
Herbert Huncke
New York: Fuck You Press, 1964. Condition: Near Fine. 8 1/2 x 11" flyer, mimeographed from holograph on rose paper stock. A flyer from a rare early reading by Huncke at Le Metro. Though unattributed, the flyer was obviously designed by Ed Sanders of the Fuck You press. Rare. The only example of this flyer that we've handled. Single old horizontal fold line, and a slight crease to upper margin else bright and near fine.
Bookseller: Division Leap [New York, New York, US]
2018-12-11 00:17:11
William S Burroughs
New York: Fuck You Press, 1964. Condition: Fine. 24mo, [12] pp, mimeographed from typescript and drawing. Covers illustrated with impeccable provocation and grace by Allen Ginsberg. The first separate edition of this section of the Yage Letters, which the "paranoid printers" of the City Lights edition in England refused to print. The missing section was first published in the 9th issue of Diane Di Prima and Leroi Jones' Floating Bear, which brought the censors down on them (though they beat the charges). None of this was enough to frighten off Ed Sanders, who had it "printed, published and zapped at a secret location in the lower east side." Maynard & Miles A9. A fine example. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Division Leap [New York, New York, US]
2018-12-11 00:17:11
Claude Pelieu
San Francisco: City Lights Books / Fuck You Press, 1964. Condition: Fine. 4to, side stapled into printed covers. Translated into American by Mary Beach. The title page (designed by Ed Sanders) states that this book was published by the Fuck You Press - Fug Press "in close and evil association, collusion & gropery with City Lights Books." The current title was published shortly after the two arrived in the States in November of the previous year. Pelieu and his wife, Mary Beach, were both at the time working at the bookstore. A touch of light foxing to covers, and some minor indenting around the staples, else a fine example, the best we've handled. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Division Leap [New York, New York, US]
2018-12-10 03:27:44
Adrian Ball
Garzanti, 1964. Scheda in lavorazione. A breve verra' aggiornato il prezzo. Ci scusiamo per il disagio Legatura in cartoncino rigido telato, con titolo in oro al dorso e fregio dorato al piatto. Pagine brunite, come i tagli, in buono stato, con XXVII ( 27 ) tavole fotografiche in nero, fuori testo. Traduzione dall' inglese di Argia Micchettoni. Numero pagine 312. USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele [IT]
2018-12-07 09:29:46
Ian Fleming
London: Jonathon Cape, 1964. Both Book and D/J in Very Good to Fine Condition. Dust Jacket in Mylar Sleeve. A near Fine 1st edition of Ian Fleming's Novel "You Only Live Twice" featuring James Bond. See Photos for additional condition information. Shipping is Free, Paypal accepted. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: We Got Stuff Store [Annandale, Virginia, US]
2018-12-07 05:40:30
Washington D. C: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1964. See Photos and Item Description. Books are in nice condition, probably unread. SELLER IS A NONPROFIT FRIENDS OF THE DOUGLAS COUNTY LIBRARY These books measure approximately 9 ¾ x 6 1/4 inches. Hearing Before the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy. Assumed first edition. Total of 26 volumes: 25 volumes of hearings and 1 volume of the Final Report. Have been owned and stored by a library but do not appear to have been circulated - there are no library markings. The outside of some of the covers show slight scuffs/rubbing. Will be shipped in 2 boxes.
Bookseller: timelesstreasures.fol [Alexandria, Minnesota, US]
2018-12-07 05:07:04
Gerald Ford
(Gerald Ford) Report of the Warren Commission with introduction by Harrison E. Salisbury. Signed and inscribed first edition in dust jacket. Publisher: McGraw-Hill, New York, (1964). Signed and inscribed on the first free endpaper by Gerald Ford. First edition so stated and with the notation: Published October 1964 on the copyright page. Dust jacket is in near fine condition. Dust jacket is not price clipped with a price of $3.95. Binding is in fine condition. Contents clean. 726 pages including the index. 6 x 8 ½ inches. Protected by Mylar. Inventory #18-408. Price: $1500. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Disco Bay Books and Collectibles [Discovery Bay, California, US]
2018-12-06 20:38:34
Ed SANDERS
New York: Ed Sanders Fuck You Press, 1964. Condition: Very good. 4to. Mimeo wraps. Very good with mild wear and bit of soil to front wrapper. Overall, sharp and sound. [7]pp. (including cover) on as many leaves, printed recto only. Debut catalogue from Sanders who, as an extension of his editing duties and running of his Peace Eye bookshop, also dealt in "manuscripts, holographs, literary relics, tape recordings, drawings, books, magazines, broadsides, tractata, ejaculate, drek, & other effluvia of the literary divinity" (cover). Essentially, a mimeo rare book catalog with signed items, letters, and other literary rarities, all pitched with the usual Sander's aplomb. Given the particularly ephemeral nature of Sander's catalog(ue)s, they are quite scarce. [FUG YOU 86-7]. [Clay and Phillips pp. 166-68]. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: write-field [Silver Spring, Maryland, US]
2018-12-06 18:00:04
Good in an acceptable slipcase. I have gone through the book and it is complete. Moderate edgewear. Several soil spots. White boards with black and silver labels which are rubbed, scuffed and scratched. Dings and scuff marks to the board edges. Spine is discolored. Splits to the head and heel of the spine. Internally, a newspaper article from the Boston Herald laid in. Right angle crease to the lower right hand corner throughout. Beautiful photographs with an occasional spot of soiling. Photographs clean and bright. Tanning to page edges. Slipcase is taped, scuffed and split. Heavy wear. Staining and soiling. Labels are scuffed and scratched. Richard Avedon and James Baldwin Nothing PersonalSIGNED Richard Avedon New York. Athenuem Publishers. First American Edition. 1964. HARDCOVER. With the scarce slipcase. SIGNED by Richard Avedon on the title page. Dated 1987. Unpaginated. Photos throughout. 15 x 11 inches. Folio. Good in an acceptable slipcase. Profuse b/w photos by Richard Avedon. Text in English. James Baldwin's thought provoking text accompanies Richard Avedon's sometimes disturbing portraits of America in the early 1960's. They contrast a series of photographs of patients in a mental institution with portraits of more famous figures including Marilyn Monroe, Dorothy Parker, Malcolm X, Bertrand Russell, George Wallace, George Lincoln Rockwell, DAR and Billy Graham. Binding intact. Good in an acceptable slipcase. I have gone through the book and it is complete. Moderate edgewear. Several soil spots. White boards with black and silver labels which are rubbed, scuffed a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rear Window Books by hmxa15a [Island Park, New York, US]
2018-12-06 14:48:29
Book: Very Good / Jacket: Good. Etching: some bottom edge wear near corners, top edge with trace soiling, fold lines with light wear. / Tissue Leaves: Fine. / Book Detail: Pages: clean and fresh. / Boards: clean; some fading to spine edges at crown and foot, outer tips slightly bumped, crown with slight push-in. / Binding: excellent, spine with light slant. / Book Jacket (now in a protective transparent wrapper): Upper side bright, two edge peels from tight case (one-top, one-bottom); Lower side with yellowing at top and bottom edges; Spine yellowed, crown and foot with light push-in and a minute tear. / Slipcase: light edge wear, bottom corner with two small stains. an exceptional example of the deluxe ISSUE Title: Zadkine Author: Zadkine Ossip and Ionel Jianou (or Jianu); preface by Waldemar George Publishing: Arted, Editions d'Art, Paris, example no. 38 of 100 from the deluxe issue of the first edition, printed solely in English Date: 1964 Offering: Example no. 38/100 with the commissioned drypoint etching printed on Arches paper, "Combat Antique" [Czwiklitzer 47]. The etching is numbered and boldly signed in pen & ink by Zadkine: the book is stamped 38 on the justification leaf. This example is exceptional, for its extras, a large and superb Zadkine autograph, and a signed presentation by Ionel Jianou in English. The deluxe issue was the sole limited edition issue of this important work on the great Belarusian sculptor. The English texts include three essays on the life and work, the first extensively researched catalogue raisonné of the sculptures and the first compreh … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lessisless [Lincoln, Massachusetts, US]
2018-12-06 14:48:27
Book: Good / Jacket: Good / Glassine Wrapper: Good. Condition Detail: Pages: clean and bright; foot of gutter in second half of book with light impress wear / Wrappers: clean and bright, spine with a small crown tear and two foot tears / Glassine: light foxing, spine soiled; fore-edge with hanging tear, foot with edge chips / Binding: Reliable but needs to be handled with care, spine lightly slanted, front hinge weakened, two signatures beginning to loosen. A remarkable specimen of the collaborative work Title: Asturias Author: Anthology with contributions by 23 Spanish writers and 44 Spanish artists, edited by Claude Couffon and Robert Marast Edition: Editions Cercle d'Art, Paris, 1964, the first edition, lithography by Chenot Full Title: Asturias: ce livre oeuvre collective d'un groupe d'artistes espagnols peintres, sculpteurs, écrivains, poètes est présenté hors collection par Les Éditions Cercle D'Art. Language: French translations are followed by the original Spanish texts, except for one text in Catalan. Offering: An extraordinary presentation of Asturias. The collaborative work was created by 67 exiled Spanish artists and writers to protest the loss of rights under the dictatorship of Franco. They were inspired by the courage and determination of the Asturias coal miners who staged walk-outs and strikes in the spring of 1962 for better working conditions and higher wages. Their protests, illegal under Spanish law, were a direct challenge to the dictatorship of Franco and the Francoist government he had established and are generally seen by historians as a pivotal mom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lessisless [Lincoln, Massachusetts, US]
2018-12-06 09:12:33
Ian Fleming
1964. First American Edition. Signed by Ian Fleming. No dustjacket. Very Good Condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: CWO Books [Shaker Heights, OH, U.S.A.]
2018-12-04 01:47:20
Ian Fleming
Condition: Very Good. IAN FLEMING - YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE, published by UK publisher Jonathan Cape, copyright 1964, UNCORRECTED PROOF (also commonly referred to as Advance Reading Copy, Advance Readers Edition or "ARC"), large (larger than the published hardcover) trade pb format with plain yellow cover illustrated with the Jonathan Cape logo (as was typical for Jonathan Cape proofs from this time period), printed in very small quantities (several Fleming biographers list the print run for the proof of this book to have been 500 copies) several months before the trade pb release (book was used by editors/book reviewers in advance of hardcover publication). Book has just a couple of creased creased page corners, no vertical spine creasing, former owner's stamp to first page, no other former ownership markings or used book store marks/stamps/stickers inside, no foxing to pages or endpapers or outer page edges, slight age darkening/dust soiling to outer page edges, no spine splits, no spine lean, light cover creases at corners, no chipping or other loss to spine tips (common with these very fragile proofs), no loss to corners, no damage to spine, no chipping or tearing to covers, no spine lean, general light dust/handling soiling to covers but no stains of note to covers. OVERALL QUITE A NICE CONDITION UK FLEMING PROOF SELDOM FOUND IN THIS NICE CONDITION. Overall a VG+/FINE- book of a rare UK Ian Fleming James Bond proof. I have a number of other U.K. and U.S. James Bond 1st printing hardcover books up for auction on ebay - just click on the 'see other items' link to the right o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: fbks68 [Anchorage, Alaska, US]
2018-12-04 00:01:18
Lee, Harper; Nora Gal' & Raisa Oblonskaya (translators)
Moscow: Molodaya Gvardia, 1964. First Russian Book Edition. Hardcover. Good. 351,[1] pp., with several in-text illustrations. Cloth-backed pictorial paper over boards. Early Russian ink inscription and inkstamp on rear pastedown. in A few small scribbles in blue ink on covers and ink stains on cloth. Edges of boards lightly worn, front hinge cracked. Contents lightly toned, but surprisingly fresh for the quality of the paper. A good copy. The pirated first Russian book edition, after a 1963 appearance in the periodical INOSTRANAYA LITERATURA ("Foreign Literature") and a 1964 special separate issue of ROMAN-GAZETA ("Novel as Newspaper"). Like other books by foreign authors published in the USSR at the time, this edition is a piracy, with no royalties paid to the author. Nevertheless, it was a major undertaking, engaging major Russian literary talents of the day, with the still-authoritative translation by Nora Gal (1912-1991) and Raisa Oblonskaya (1924-2010), an introduction by celebrated literary critic Raisa Orlova (1918-1989), and design and illustrations by the brilliant graphic artist Nikolay Grishin (1921-1985).
Bookseller: W. C. Baker Rare Books & Ephemera, ABAA [Brooklyn, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-11-30 06:46:57
Kennedy, Michael S., ed.
New York: Hastings House, 1964. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Limited, signed edition. Quarto (27 cm), pp. [vi], vii-xii, [2], 3-364. Signed on limitation page, number 74 of 199 copies. Brown and white pony skin covered boards, endpapers illustrated with Charles Russell painting. Brown slipcase with pictorial (Charles Russell) paste-down labels. Verso of frontispiece with pencil notation, "Andy Grande 74," indicating the provenance of this particular copy, purchased from the estate of Andreas (Andy) Grande, a Lennep, Montana banker, rancher, musician and tap dancer. Light rubbing to slipcase, else fine. Each copy of this beautiful book is a unique creation, partly due to the varying patterns of pony hair covers, but more importantly: each copy has a frontispiece of either a Russell lithograph or an original work of art by various leading Western artists, in this case, a pen & ink watercolor, "Barbed wire yes - water no," by late Cowboy Artists of America member Byron Wolfe (1904-1973). Illustrated throughout with black and white drawings and half-tone and gravure photographic images. Includes sections "From Beaver to Beef," "Rangeland Royalty," Trail Drivin' and Texans," "Bad Medicine," "Mavericks," Rustlers, Renegades and Straglers," Rawhide and Sagebrush" and "End of the Open Range" plus index. [ Adams, Ramon. Six Guns and Saddle Leather #1223]. "Published since 1951, Montana The Magazine of Western History showcases the people, places, and events that shaped the state and the western region" (Montana.gov).
Bookseller: Elk River Books [Livingston, Montana, US]
2018-11-28 13:38:10
Washington, DC: Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy: Hearings Before the President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy An original set of "The Warren Report" complete in 26 volumes Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1964. Complete in 26 volumes. First edition. Good+ overall with rubbing and occasional small scratches to cloth, some dark coffee splash stains to edges (most prominent on later volumes), contents appear clean and unmarked (no marks seen but in such a mammoth collection of books we may have missed a few). Two fairly light cup ring stains to front boards. A clipped article, a slip of notes, and a letter of reply from a professor who had appeared on a JFK assassination TV program laid in. A good working set. The complete Warren Commission report, as its generally referred to after Chief Justice Earl Warren, who headed an inquiry into the 1963 Dallas assassination of President John F. Kennedy at the behest of his successor, Texan Lyndon Johnson. It's in the sprawling thousands of pages of these volumes that all manner of idiosyncrasies, contradictions, and potential leads big and small have been teased out by researchers since their publication. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books [Portland, Oregon, US]
2018-11-28 13:10:05
H.P. Lovecraft HC Like New 1964 Arkham House
Condition: Like New. First Edition, First Printing (statement of 3,000 copies printed on last page). NOT price-clipped ($6.50 price intact). Published by Arkham House, 1964. Octavo. Black cloth boards stamped in gold. Book is like new; clean and crisp. Interior unmarked with no names, writing, etc. Dust jacket is like new with two small tears along back panel top edge. A very fine copy of this landmark Lovecraft collection featuring eight of Lovecraft's iconic stories. 432 pages. 100% positive feedback. 30 day money back guarantee. NEXT DAY SHIPPING! Excellent customer service. Please email with any questions or if you would like a photo. All books packed carefully and ships with free delivery confirmation/tracking. All books come with free bookmarks. Ships from Southampton, New York.
Bookseller: Restaurant of the Mind Books [Southampton, New York, US]
2018-11-28 10:52:12
Alessandro Manzoni
Feltrinelli, 1964. Scheda in lavorazione. A breve verra' aggiornato il prezzo. Ci scusiamo per il disagio II edizione, con introduzione di Natalino Sapegno, a cura di Alberto Asor Rosa, n.1 della collana, pagine con bruniture del tempo, alcune con piccoli strappetti ai bordi, l'ultima carta con strappetti e mancanze ai margini, occhiello con evidenti restauri, brossura in tutta tela, muta e con tracce di colla, al retro rinforzi con riciclato cartoncino. Numero pagine 686 USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele [IT]
2018-11-28 02:04:43
CHEEVER, John
New York: Harper & Row, 3 January 1964. First Edition. Stiff Wraps. Near Fine. Uncorrected Proof consisting of long galleys (24" x 6-3/4") bound in stiff plain wraps with a brown binder's tape on the spine. Pasted to the first page is the publisher's slip giving information about the book including a "probable publication date" of 3 January 1964. The second and final of the Wapshot novels, the first having won a National Book Award. A very scarce format for this title. Obviously very few of these over- and odd-sized advance copies were made. The only other copy we could locate had been bastardized by being cut up so that the size would be more like a typical book. Laid in loosely are two circular (diameter of 6-1/4") original watercolor apparent title labels for this copy.
Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB [Fleetwood, PA, U.S.A.]
2018-11-27 08:25:28
MAO TSETUNG
Beijing: Central Political Department of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, 1964. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Very Good. 1st Edition. Soft cover. 16mo - over 5¾ - 6¾" tall. [Quotations from Chairman Mao]. Beijing: Central Political Department of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, [May 1964]. 16mo (139 x 102 mm). [8], 2, 2, 250 pp. Half-title printed in red, title-page printed in red and green, portrait of Chairman Mao printed in sepia, uncorrected calligraphic endorsement leaf of Lin Biao printed in black, and table of contents. Original stapled softbinding with the original paper wrappers printed in red and black (very slight soiling and wrinkling of wrappers, small rust spots from staple chalked). Provenance: Training school of Kunming (half-title annotated in Chinese). First and last blanks a bit soiled, otherwise quite clean and crisp. A fine and virtually unsophisticated copy of the rare first printing of the first edition. Created for use by the People's Liberation Army as a pocket handbook of inspirational reading, the book contains short segments taken from Mao's speeches and published writings for use in study groups as lessons for discussion amongst the soldiers. Demand for additional copies within the army required the book to get reprinted several times in 1965 (2nd edition March enlarged to 32 chapters, 3rd edition August with final 33rd chapter added). It is the second most frequently printed book in history, after the Bible, with an estimated five-billion copies produced in more than 100 languages in the past forty-five years. Early printings include a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
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2018-11-27 02:01:16
Edwin ROSSKAM
New York: Grossman Publishers, 1964. Condition: The dedication copy, inscribed on dedication page, below the printed dedication to Ben and Bernarda, "with all my friendship / Ed." A fine copy in slightly worn and spine-darkened jacket. Octavo (23cm). Black cloth boards, lettered in blue, gray and red; original Seymour Chwast dustjacket; 209pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: joehillstrom [Winchester, Virginia, US]
2018-11-26 01:38:39
Christopher Brasher
Stanley Paul, 1964. Brasher, Christopher, (Roger Bannister and Harold Abrahams): A Diary of the XVIIIth Olympiad - SIGNED by ALL Three - Stanley PaulThis is a first edition, first printing copy of "A Diary of The XVIIIth Olympiad", Tokyo 1964, by Christopher Brasher, published by Stanley Paul in 1964 with its unclipped dust wrapper. The book itself is unremarkable, however, it is signed by the author, himself the winner of the 3000 metres steeplechase Gold Medal at the 1956 Melbourne Games. It is also signed by Harold Maurice Abrahams, the winner of the 100 metres Gold Medal at the 1924 Paris Games, immortalised in the film "Chariots of Fire"; and by Roger Gilbert Bannister who did not win an Olympic medal but won the 800 metres Bronze Medal at the 1950 European Championships in Brussels, the 1500 metres Gold Medal at the 1954 European Championships in Bern, the 1 Mile Gold Medal at the 1954 Empire Games in Vancouver and of course broke the 4-minute mile. The book has no other inscriptions or marks other than the autographs mentioned and has no tears or foxing. The jacket has suffered a bit with some tears to the top of the front cover as can be seen in the scan and light rubbing at the edges. A superb association copy. Signed by Authors. ___________________________________________ JOHN ATKINSON BOOKS is a full-time professional bookseller in Ripon, North Yorkshire. We are members of the ABA, ILAB and PBFA and adhere to their guidelines. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: jatkinsonbooks [RIPON, GB]
2018-11-26 01:38:39
Ted Berrigan
New York: Grove Press, 1964. Second printing of the first Grove edition. Very good in stapled glossy wrappers with crease to rear cover. This, a remarkable Association Copy. INSCRIBED by Berrigan in year of publication to his friend and fellow poet Harris Schiff. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: derringerbooks [Woodbridge, Connecticut, US]
2018-11-26 01:38:38
SMITH, Clark Ashton.
Sauk City: Arkham House, 1964. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. First Edition. Octavo, original black cloth titled in gilt on spine panel. 2,482 copies printed. 228 pp. Fritz Leiber's copy of Smith's first posthumous Arkham house book, inscribed to him as a gift from Donald Syndey-Fryer on the front free endpaper: "Beetling Shapes of veiled, colossal dread / With Gothic wings enormous, arched the night / - from "Nightmare" by Klarkash-Ton. / For Fritz, friends of friends, / from Donald Sidneyevich. / Christmas, 1964". Leiber has signed his name in ink at the base of the page. Minute corner bumps, a near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket with only the very slightest hint of fading to the spine panel. Near Fine in Dust Jacket. Item #310899 ¶ Collects 14 weird and supernatural stories plus an excellent memoir of Smith by E. Hoffmann Price. A nice association copy from one Arkham House author to another, both of whom were greatly influenced by Smith's writings. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Thompson Rare Books [Hornby Island, British Columbia, CA]
2018-11-25 18:16:33
Ian Hamilton Finlay
1964. 279 x 163 mm. Concrete poem by Ian Hamilton Finlay. Card printed in blue and orange. With handwritten dedication to the verso, signed by Finlay, and dated in pencil '64'. A rare small print on card, only this and 2 other copies are known (National Library of Scotland and University of Buffalo). The typeface and spacing of words is reminiscent of Finlay's first concrete poems in 'Rapel' (Wild Hawthorn Press, 1963). This is landscape format, as opposed to the portrait format of the 'Rapel' prints. The theme of the Apostles ('nets' and 'fish') and the three wise men ('star', 'nights'), is confirmed by the inscription 'Happy Christmas' on the verso. Buffalo's copy also has Christmas greeting by Finlay on verso. Condition: some foxing and stains to the recto, a fold to the center, some wear to corners and edges. Overall VG.
Bookseller: William Allen Word & Image [London, United Kingdom]
2018-11-25 08:57:47
Ed Sanders
New York: Fuck You Press, 1964. Condition: Near Fine. 4to, mimeographed from typescript and holograph on rectos only, rose paper stock. Side-stapled. This issue includes contributions from LeRoi Jones, Szabo, Al Fowler, Peter Orlovsky, Frank O'Hara, Harry Fainlight, Allen Ginsberg, Nelson Barr, John Keys, Nancy Ellison, Carol berge and Joel Oppenheimer. [Clay and Phillips pp. 166-68] A sturdy near fine example toned at margins, with some faint indenting around staples, but much better than usually found.
Bookseller: Division Leap [New York, New York, US]
2018-11-25 00:13:02
Fleming, Ian
Jonathan Cape, London, 1964. First edition of the twelfth novel of Ian Fleming's James Bond series. Octavo, original black cloth, gilt titles to the spine, green patterned endpapers. Fine in a fine dust jacket with a touch of rubbing. Jacket design by Richard Chopping. An exceptional example. "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; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
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