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        The Autobiography of Malcolm X. With the assistance of Alex Haley.

      New York: Grove Press, (1965). Black cloth, faint offset on front endpapers, but a fine copy in price-clipped dust jacket, the orange spine lettering slightly faded. Inscribed by co-author Alex Haley in 1972.

      [Bookseller: Thomas A. Goldwasser Rare Books]
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        Alcoholics Anonymous Inscribed by Bill and Lois to one of Bill Wilson's sponsees

      Alcoholics Anonymous World Services Inc., New York 1965 - New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services Inc., 1965. Second edition. Seventh Printing. Inscribed by Bill and Lois Wilson on verso of front free endpaper : "Dear Chuck -/ Lois Joins me / in all affection / and in confident / faith that the / years to come / will be your finest / Ever. / Bill / Stepping Stones / Jan 15 / 66". Below that is Lois' inscription in her own hand: "With Heaps of Love / Lois." Octavo. xxx, 575 pages. Bound in full blue morocco with gilt rules on covers, and inner dentelles, light-yellow silk bookmark bound in. Spine in six compartments with gilt lettering, rules and decorations. Top edge gilt. Lovely blue leather binding in beautiful condition. The seventh printing was published in March 1965. The signature page of this book is integral to the binding (see photo), so the binding precedes the January 1966 inscription, meaning that the book must have been finely bound in 1965 and promptly presented to Bill and Lois for signature. This is the only copy I have seen that was inscribed by Wilson into an already finely bound copy. This no doubt came about because the "Chuck" in the dedication is Chuck Gibian, who was actually sponsored by Bill Wilson. They became close friends over the years. This copy comes with a twelve page typescript by Chuck together with his AA "Birds of a Feather" pin. Chuck's typescript has minor annotations and corrections in ink, old paperclup rust on the top left corner Very good. More Information: Lois Wilson (1891-1988), the wife of AA cofounder Bill Wilson, was herself the cofounder of Al-Anon, a support group for family and friends of alcoholics. Birds of a Feather International is an organization formed in response to the need of pilots and other cockpit crew members for a forum in which the subject of alcohol and drug addiction can be discussed with impunity and immunity. Chuck was an early "Bird" and served as a panel member on behalf of the National Council on Alcoholism. In November 1976, the FAA issued their exemption letter allowing sober recovering alcoholics to fly as crew members. Chuck was the first to apply and receive his exemption on January 15, 1977 (Birds of a Feather Website). The 12-page testimonial included here recounts Chuck's experience as a professional airline pilot and recovering alcoholic. His "Bird of a Feather" pin is attached to the last page of the typescript. This would be a centerpiece for any AA collection, with a beautiful binding and a fine inscription by Bill and Lois to an actual Wilson spondee Book is very near fine, tiny touch of wear to gilt only. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Blue Sky Rare Books]
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        Moi Veselyi Zvonkii Miach [My Jolly Bouncing Ball]

      Moscow: Izdatel’stvo “Malysh” 1965 - RARE. First and only Edition. Illustrated by L. Tokmakov. 16pp. 21 x 27.5cm. Original illustrated paper wraps, stapled. Colour illustrations. Light even toning to paper stock, minor shallow creasing, minor rubbing to edges, minor nudging. Light even soiling to wraps, minor shallow creasing, light rubbing along edges, more pronounced to spine with minor loss. A great little collection of poetry by Marshak and beautifully illustrated by Tokmatov with a charming illustrated table of contents at the rear. Having collaborated with almost every well-known children’s author in the post-Stalin period Tokmatov’s bright and colourful drawings here span several different styles, adapting to the poem’s subject. A beautiful book in fantastic condition. More pictures on request. Oclc: 38717737 records one copy in the US at Stanford. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: SEFIREL RARE BOOKS]
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        El socialismo y el hombre en Cuba

      Ediciones R 1965 - - Ediciones R, La Habana 1965, 12,5x19,5cm, agrafé. - Edition originale. Très rare signature manuscrite d'Ernesto "Che" Guevara sur la page de faux-titre. Iconographie. Notre exemplaire comporte quelques inévitables décharges de rouille en début et fin de l'ouvrage, à l'endroit où sont placées les agrafes retenant les feuillets. Agréable exemplaire hormis ce défaut inhérent au climat subtropical de Cuba. Provenance : De la bibliothèque de Jean Leymarie. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition. Very rare handwritten signature of Ernesto "Che" Guevara on the half-title page. Iconography. Our copy has some inevitable early rust landfills and end of the book, where the staples holding the pages are placed. Pleasant copy except this inherent flaw in the subtropical climate of Cuba. Provenance: From the library of Jean Leymarie. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Strip Teeth.

      Köln Galerie Der Spiegel 1965 - Folio (44,5 x 36,5 cm) 1 farbiges Vorblatt, Titel, 6 teilweise ausgestanzte farbige Blatt als pochoirkolorierte Schablonendrucke, Orig.-Pappband. Erste Ausgabe.- Eines von 350 nummerierten und von Antes signierten Exemplaren.- Spindler 153, 32.- Druck der Grafiken auf schwerem Velin.- Einband gering fleckig und mit einigen kleinen Kratzern, Ecken leicht bestossen, innen frisches Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Eckert & Kaun GbR]
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        Lithographies de L\'Atelier Mourlot. Paris

      The Redfern Gallery, London 1965 Hartkarton Tadellos Text von Jean Adhemar (aus dem Französischem in Englisch). 1000 Exemplare on Velin d\' Arches. Kartonierter Schutzumschlag (Originallithographie von Chagall) auf Hartkarton-Einband, unverletzt. 51 paginierte Seiten mit insgesamt 11 ORIGINALLITHOGRAPHIEN (8 in Farbe) von Chagall (Schutzumschlag), Picasso (Vorsatzblatt und Frontispiz), Miro, Giacometti, André Minaux, Paul Jenkins, Henri Matisse, André Masson, Alexander Calder und Bernard Buffet. Diese Monographie begleitete die Ausstellung „l\'atelier Mourlot“ in der Redfern Galerie (London) von Dezember 1965 bis Januar 1966. Kaum sichtbares Tintenfleckchen auf Fußschnitt (über die 2 erste Seiten), sonst TADELLOS. +++ Text (Jean Adhemar) in english, translated from the french. 1000 exemplars on velin d\'Arches. Original publisher\'s printed wrappers. Front cover: original lithograph by Chagall. This was the catalogue of an exhibition, set in the London based Redfern Gallery to celebrate the achievements of Atelier Mourlot. Altogether 11ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS by Picasso, Miro, Giacometti, Minaux, Jenkins, Matisse, Masson, Calder & Buffet. Tiny, hardly noticeable ink-stain on lower book-edge affecting 2 pages. EXCELLENT CONDITION +++ 19,5 x 25,3 cm, 0,51 kg. +++ Stichwörter/Keywords: Rarität Kunst Limitiert Vorzugsausgabe Illustrierte Bücher collector\'s edition art illustrated Versand D: 5,50 EUR

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        IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT.

      New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, [1965]., 1965. First edition. First edition. Author's first book. Fine in dust jacket with one small tear at the head of spine professionally restored. Edgar Award Winner for Best First Mystery Novel of 1965, and the basis for the Academy Award-winning, great movie of the same name, that starred Sidney Poitier as Virgil Tibbs, and Rod Steiger, Warren Oates, and others. A hot August night in the 1960's lies heavy over the Carolinas. The corpse, legs sprawled, stomach down on the concrete pavement, arms above the head, brings the patrol car to a halt. The local police pick up a black stranger named Virgil Tibbs, only to discover that their most likely suspect is a homicide detective from California. No witnesses, no motives, no clues. An exceptional copy.

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS]
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        Original-Farblithographie. Ohne Titel. Mit Bleistift von Hadengue signiert.

      Stuttgart, Hatje Verlag, 1965 - Format: ca 29,5 x 25 cm (HxB). Ursprünglich erschien diese Graphik als eingebundene Originallithographie in dem Buch 'Werner Spies (Hg), Pour Henry-Daniel Kahnweiler'. Zusätzlich erschien eine Vorzugsausgabe von 100 (+ 100 für Kahnweiler) Exemplaren. Dort waren die Graphiken lose als handsignierte Arbeiten beigelegt. Um solch eine 'Beilage' handelt es sich hier. Die Graphik ist in einem guten Zustand. Handsigned originally graphics by Hadengue. Limited for 200 copies. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schröter -Uta-Janine Störmer]
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        Lithographies de L'Atelier Mourlot. Paris

      Hartkarton Tadellos Text von Jean Adhemar (aus dem Französischem in Englisch). 1000 Exemplare on Velin d' Arches. Kartonierter Schutzumschlag (Originallithographie von Chagall) auf Hartkarton-Einband, unverletzt. 51 paginierte Seiten mit insgesamt 11 ORIGINALLITHOGRAPHIEN (8 in Farbe) von Chagall (Schutzumschlag), Picasso (Vorsatzblatt und Frontispiz), Miro, Giacometti, André Minaux, Paul Jenkins, Henri Matisse, André Masson, Alexander Calder und Bernard Buffet. Diese Monographie begleitete die Ausstellung l'atelier Mourlot in der Redfern Galerie (London) von Dezember 1965 bis Januar 1966. Kaum sichtbares Tintenfleckchen auf Fußschnitt (über die 2 erste Seiten), sonst TADELLOS. +++ Text (Jean Adhemar) in english, translated from the french. 1000 exemplars on velin d'Arches. Original publisher's printed wrappers. Front cover: original lithograph by Chagall. This was the catalogue of an exhibition, set in the London based Redfern Gallery to celebrate the achievements of Atelier Mourlot. Altogether 11ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS by Picasso, Miro, Giacometti, Minaux, Jenkins, Matisse, Masson, Calder & Buffet. Tiny, hardly noticeable ink-stain on lower book-edge affecting 2 pages. EXCELLENT CONDITION +++ 19,5 x 25,3 cm, 0,51 kg. +++ Stichwörter/Keywords: Rarität Kunst Limitiert Vorzugsausgabe Illustrierte Bücher collector's edition art illustrated

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        IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT.

      Harper & Row, Publishers, [1965]., New York - First edition. Author's first book. Fine in dust jacket with one small tear at the head of spine professionally restored. Edgar Award Winner for Best First Mystery Novel of 1965, and the basis for the Academy Award-winning, great movie of the same name, that starred Sidney Poitier as Virgil Tibbs, and Rod Steiger, Warren Oates, and others. A hot August night in the 1960's lies heavy over the Carolinas. The corpse, legs sprawled, stomach down on the concrete pavement, arms above the head, brings the patrol car to a halt. The local police pick up a black stranger named Virgil Tibbs, only to discover that their most likely suspect is a homicide detective from California. No witnesses, no motives, no clues. An exceptional copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA]
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        The Book Of Bond, Or Every Man His Own 007 (Writing as Bill Tanner).

      New York, NY: Viking Press. 1965 - FIRST US EDITION, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Small octavo. Publisher's white cloth with 'Walther' device in black, red endpapers, illustrated jacket by Raymond Hawkey. A lovely fine copy. An unusual piece of Bondiana, rarely seen signed. Bill Tanner is a fictional character in the James Bond novels, who holds the position of MI6 Chief of Staff; Fleming reveals that he is James Bond's closest friend in the service, and he was a regular character in the later continuation series by John Gardner. In 1965, Kingsley Amis wrote 'The Book of Bond' as a tongue-in-cheek manual for prospective secret agents, illustrated with examples from Fleming's novels. For this work, Amis used the pseudonym "Lt. Colonel William ('Bill') Tanner". BMC No.1 p.4-13 'Fleming and Bond; Related Titles'. Ex-Peter Stern of Boston. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Ltd, PBFA, ABA, ILAB]
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        Dune, the first edition, first printing, in first issue dust jacket

      Chilton Books, Philadelphia and New York 1965 - Half a century after it was published, Dune continues to be regarded among the greatest science fiction novels. This is the first edition, first printing, very good in a very good first issue dust jacket. First edition is so stated on the copyright page and first printing confirmed by copyright page content. The first issue dust jacket is confirmed by an intact "5.95" front flap price and the publisher information in four lines on the lower rear flap. The blue cloth binding is square, clean, and tight with sharp corners, no color shift between the spine and covers, and bright white spine print. We note a hint of toning to extremities, slight concavity and a small wrinkle to the spine head. The contents remain bright with no spotting. A decorative bookplate affixed to the front pastedown is the sole previous ownership mark. We note small and unobtrusive spots of dried, transparent adhesive at the lower edges of the front and rear free endpapers, likely from a previous, non-archival dust jacket protector. The page edges remain bright, the top edge clean, the fore and bottom edges with a few spots of light soiling. The unclipped dust jacket shows only fractional loss to the spine and flap corners and shelf presentation is excellent, with only mild fading slightly dulling the yellow tone in the author’s name. We note a barely discernible .75 inch clear tape reinforcement at the lower front hinge of the recto and clear tape reinforcements on the verso to the hinge extremities and upper front flap fold. The dust jacket is protected beneath a removable, archival quality clear cover. Dune is speculative fiction in the fullest sense. In Dune, Herbert created a reality at once compellingly foreign and provocatively familiar in philosophical, political, and cultural strictures tightly woven by Herbert and then cathartically disrupted. Herbert populated this reality with characters personal enough for the reader to identify and invest, yet potent enough to serve as allegory. Dune was revolutionary, even within the genre. Classic science fiction elements of galactic empire and faster than light space travel interleave with Homeric tragedy, biblical exile, suffering, and revelation, mystic states of altered consciousness, ecological sustainability as an ethos, and socio-political tensions between order and anarchy, revolution and reconciliation. Dune was long, complex, strange, and unprecedented – and predictably rejected by more than 20 publishing houses before being improbably accepted by Chilton, a Philadelphia operation known for auto repair manuals and hobby magazines. Many writers take an odd, tortuous path to literary greatness. Frank Patrick Herbert, Jr. (1920-1986) proved the rule. Herbert had worked as a writer for more than two decades before Dune, but was a "chronically broke" writer who had worked as a journalist, war photographer, and even an interlude as a Congressional speech writer. 1959 found a 40 year old Herbert on the sand dunes near Florence, Oregon, researching a story about a U.S. Department of Agriculture program to stabilize the shifting sands. "Herbert was a quintessential product of the libertarian culture of the Pacific coast, self-reliant and distrustful of centralized authority, yet with a mile-wide streak of utopian futurism and a concomitant willingness to experiment." The Oregon dunes proved fertile ground for creative epiphany. Herbert’s research into dunes became research into deserts and desert cultures, thence two short, serialized novels that he then re-worked into the single, giant epic that became Dune. An unqualified critical success, Dune won both the 1965 Nebula and 1966 Hugo awards for best novel. Commercial success was slower, but the fan cult grew during the 1970s and Dune became a lucrative franchise, with a series of sequels authored by Herbert, followed by more than a dozen additional Dune novels authored by Herbert’s son after his death. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector ABAA/ILAB/IOBA]
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        ARIEL

      London: Faber & Faber. 1965. First edition, first printing. First edition, first printing. Original red cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. An excellent fine, clean and tight copy, the binding square and unfaded, the contents clean throughout and without inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the lightly rubbed and nicked price-clipped dustwrapper which is a little toned to the spine. An attractive example. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        Charming photo of the family by Cecil BEATON signed "Snowdon" and"Margaret" and dated (Rose, 1930-2002, Princess, Sister of Queen Elizabeth II, Countess of Snowdon) and her husband Antony ARMSTRONG-JONES (1st Earl of Snowdon, born 1930, Photographer and Film Maker)

      1965 - showing the family together with their two small children, David, Viscount Linley (born 1961) and Lady Sarah Chatto (born 1964), David is looking straight at the camera and Sarah is laughing between her parents who are both smiling at her, 9" x 6" in mount 10½" x 8½", no place, signature very slightly faded

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA]
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        Lunar Surveyor Photo Archive

      1965. [NASA]. [Archive of vintage black-and-white photographs documenting Surveyors 2 and 3]. [Los Angeles: Hughes Aircraft, 1965]. Sixty-nine black-and-white photographs, most measuring 4 by 5 inches or 8 by 10 inches, in protective sleeves with card backings. $2500.Sixty-nine vintage black-and-white photographs documenting the assembly and transport of Surveyors 2 and 3, two of the spacecraft NASA used to scout lunar landing sites for the Apollo program.""Following the Ranger missions, NASA's Surveyor program was designed to find a way to safely land on the Moon. After three practice missions, five of the seven Surveyor spacecraft made it to the Moon"" (NASA). This intriguing archive of 69 black-and-white photographs documents the assembly and transportation of Surveyors 2 and 3. Taken in June and July of 1965, images include the encapsulation of Surveyor 2; Surveyor 2 after separation spring installation; Surveyor 3 placed in an airlock for post-assembly transport; testing Surveyor 3's transport equipment on the way to the launch complex; loading the craft aboard an Air Force transport plane, its clamshell doors open; the craft wrapped in plastic; the transport vehicle's chain assembly; numerous views of the Surveyor Oxidizer purge cart; a Polaroid photo of the Surveyor Oxizider tank; and more. Surveyor 2 never reached the Moon. When one of the craft's three thrusters failed to ignite, it spun out of control and crashed southeast of Copernicus crater on September 23, 1966. Surveyor 3, however, landed on April 20, 1967 and ""made further inroads into preparations for human missionsÂ… Using a surface sampler to study the lunar soil, [it] conducted experiments to see how the lunar surface would fare against the weight of an Apollo lunar moduleÂ… [The lander] also gathered information on the lunar soil's radar reflectivity and thermal properties"" (Jet Propulsion Laboratory). The Apollo 12 crew retrieved pieces of Surveyor 3 so that scientists could study how the lander's exposure to the lunar environment affected it. Of the 69 photographs, 53 measure 4 by 5 inches, 16 measure 8 by 10 inches and one, the Polaroid, measures 4-1/4 by 7 inches. Verso of each photograph stamped with date and explanatory text. Some photographs with marginal punch holes, indicating they were or were meant to be grouped in a catalogue. A fascinating collection of photographs in excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books]
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        The Madrid Suite (Complete in Original Folio)

      Hollander Workshop, New York 1965 - Robert Motherwell (1915-1991) writes in the introduction to the set that he was inspired to do this series by his honeymoon in Madrid in 1958 with his then-wife, the artist Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011). The texture of the plaster walls in their hotel presented an interesting surface on which to draw, making the lines appear like dots and reminiscent of Seurat. In creating this series, inspired by his time in Madrid, Motherwell was able to reproduce the feel of those drawings by using Hollander's plaster walls in the same way, drawing on lithographic transfer paper. An extremely rare edition of Motherwell's work, the lithographs were often broken up and sold individually. An important piece by the man who came up with the title "The New York School" which referred not only to him, but fellow abstract expressionist painters Philip Guston, Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Rothko. [11] pp. Elephant Folio. Housed in custom brown linen folio with title pasted to front panel with Motherwell's name and initials also blind embossed to center of label. Interleaved with tissue; all lithographs, tissues, and folio case in pristine condition. Suite consists of ten (10) black & white lithographs printed on white Arches paper measuring 22" x 30". This is edition #31 of 100. Each lithograph is signed and numbered by Motherwell and includes the blind embossed logo of Irwin Hollander (the master-printer) in the lower right corner. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Fine group of 4 Typed Letters Signed to A.R.W. Farmer (of Poole, Dorset), (Vernon, 1906-1967, Welsh Poet)

      1965 - saying that "no formula for writing good poetry exists or ever will exist", some cherish old masters and later find their style "almost surprisingly to themselves", others "sweep away conventional verse . at the outset . Poetic criticism is rather a hindrance" as a poet's development is not a straight line but "nearly always a spiral", he talks of Yeats' method of sustaining ideas, but shares Yeats' belief that "the finest and most permanent things in poetry are gifts . You should test everything, every half-syllable, for energy and accuracy" (2nd October 1964), "I will sign the copy of Dylan Thomas' letters to me and return it with this", he talks about what the critics call success, but "a poet does not speak only to his own generation . I never review a living poet", and, as he and his family will be in Bournemouth for half term, suggesting "coffee in the Christchurch Road, or something" (13th October 1964), "Your question about 'fossil' is difficult to answer, but I think it was . the context that brought Dylan Thomas to mind . all English words are common property . the notion of plagiarism or echo only arises in the usage", citing Eliot's success in "transposition", the language of the old lady quoted by Farmer "was succinct, and gets full marks for what it was" (9th November 1964), "I really dislike passing judgment, but I think the longer poem shows more potential than the other", to Watkins "Literature, as such, is a bore ; but the poetry of belief has infinite excitement", he disagrees "that things are transient . When you have kicked time in the pants . there are so many gifts, so much material for gratitude ." (10th July 1965), 5 sides 8vo., autograph additions at the foot of the first two letters, The Garth, Pennard Cliffs, near Swansea, 2nd October 1964 - 10th July To his friend Dylan Thomas, Watkins was 'the most profound & greatly accomplished Welshman writing poems in English'. It is interesting that he mentions having "kicked time in the pants". In the 1920's he suffered a mental breakdown. He had returned from work and become increasingly manic. He started shouting that he had conquered time and could now control both his own destiny and that of others. At that moment he heard a crash outside and looked out to see a motor-cyclist dead on the road and his bloodstained pillion passenger staggering up the path towards him. Vernon was convinced that he had willed this to happen and promptly collapsed.

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        Dune, the first edition, first printing, in first issue dust jacket

      Philadelphia and New York: Chilton Books, 1965. First edition. Hardcover. Half a century after it was published, Dune continues to be regarded among the greatest science fiction novels. This is the first edition, first printing, very good in a very good first issue dust jacket. First edition is so stated on the copyright page and first printing confirmed by copyright page content. The first issue dust jacket is confirmed by an intact “5.95” front flap price and the publisher information in four lines on the lower rear flap. The blue cloth binding is square, clean, and tight with sharp corners, no color shift between the spine and covers, and bright white spine print. We note a hint of toning to extremities, slight concavity and a small wrinkle to the spine head. The contents remain bright with no spotting. A decorative bookplate affixed to the front pastedown is the sole previous ownership mark. We note small and unobtrusive spots of dried, transparent adhesive at the lower edges of the front and rear free endpapers, likely from a previous, non-archival dust jacket protector. The page edges remain bright, the top edge clean, the fore and bottom edges with a few spots of light soiling. The unclipped dust jacket shows only fractional loss to the spine and flap corners and shelf presentation is excellent, with only mild fading slightly dulling the yellow tone in the authorÂ’s name. We note a barely discernible .75 inch clear tape reinforcement at the lower front hinge of the recto and clear tape reinforcements on the verso to the hinge extremities and upper front flap fold. The dust jacket is protected beneath a removable, archival quality clear cover. Dune is speculative fiction in the fullest sense. In Dune, Herbert created a reality at once compellingly foreign and provocatively familiar in philosophical, political, and cultural strictures tightly woven by Herbert and then cathartically disrupted. Herbert populated this reality with characters personal enough for the reader to identify and invest, yet potent enough to serve as allegory. Dune was revolutionary, even within the genre. Classic science fiction elements of galactic empire and faster than light space travel interleave with Homeric tragedy, biblical exile, suffering, and revelation, mystic states of altered consciousness, ecological sustainability as an ethos, and socio-political tensions between order and anarchy, revolution and reconciliation. Dune was long, complex, strange, and unprecedented – and predictably rejected by more than 20 publishing houses before being improbably accepted by Chilton, a Philadelphia operation known for auto repair manuals and hobby magazines. Many writers take an odd, tortuous path to literary greatness. Frank Patrick Herbert, Jr. (1920-1986) proved the rule. Herbert had worked as a writer for more than two decades before Dune, but was a “chronically broke” writer who had worked as a journalist, war photographer, and even an interlude as a Congressional speech writer. 1959 found a 40 year old Herbert on the sand dunes near Florence, Oregon, researching a story about a U.S. Department of Agriculture program to stabilize the shifting sands. “Herbert was a quintessential product of the libertarian culture of the Pacific coast, self-reliant and distrustful of centralized authority, yet with a mile-wide streak of utopian futurism and a concomitant willingness to experiment.” The Oregon dunes proved fertile ground for creative epiphany. HerbertÂ’s research into dunes became research into deserts and desert cultures, thence two short, serialized novels that he then re-worked into the single, giant epic that became Dune. An unqualified critical success, Dune won both the 1965 Nebula and 1966 Hugo awards for best novel. Commercial success was slower, but the fan cult grew during the 1970s and Dune became a lucrative franchise, with a series of sequels authored by Herbert, followed by more than a dozen additional Dune novels authored by HerbertÂ’s son after his death.

      [Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector]
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        Dune

      1965. First Edition . HERBERT, Frank. Dune. Philadelphia and New York: Chilton Books, (1965). Octavo, original blue cloth, patterned endpapers, original dust jacket. $9000.First edition, in first-state dust jacket, of the first science fiction novel to win both the Hugo and Nebula awards, “an imaginative tour de force” (Anatomy of Wonder).Dune was awarded the first Nebula award for best science fiction novel, shared the Hugo award, and ""became one of the most famous of all science fiction novels"" (Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, 559). ""Politics and metaphysics are tightly bound into a remarkably detailed and coherent pattern; an imaginative tour de forceÂ… The series demonstrates how a good SF writer's ability to build a coherent and convincing hypothetical world can serve the purpose of making philosophical and sociological questions concrete; the series thus becomes a massive thought experiment in social philosophy, and is more considerable as such than Asimov's Foundation series or Bradley's Darkover series"" (Anatomy of Wonder II:524). Adapted as a feature film 1984, directed by David Lynch and starring Kyle MacLachlan, and as a 2000 television miniseries. First-state dust jacket, with price of $5.95 and publisher's imprint on four lines on rear flap. Currey, 238. A few mild discolorations to cloth. Dust jacket with minor rubs to upper corners only, faint toning to spine and rear panel. Near-fine condition.

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books]
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        In Cold Blood

      

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        Aspects of the Theory of Syntax

      Cambridge: MIT Press, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Association copy. First edition, first printing in supplied first issue dust jacket, unclipped with small tear in top of front panel, slightly edge-worn and spine-sunned, Very Good overall. x, 251 pp. Original navy cloth with gilt spine lettering. A few small stains in text. Pioneering Dutch linguist P.A. Verburg's copy with his stamp on front endpaper; his marginal notes, underlines, and small diagrams are throughout text in pen and pencil. Verburg (1905-1989) examined the history of linguistics in 1952 with his Taal En Functionaliteit, translated most recently in English in 1998 as Language and Its Functions. Chomsky's work along similar lines with Aspects and the following year's Cartesian Linguistics would garner much more attention worldwide, influencing the fields of linguistics and philosophy for decades. Verburg's marginal impressions in this copy should provide insight of an important, if oft-neglected predecessor's impressions of Chomsky's breakthrough work.

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        Behind the Scenes at Wimbledon

      , 1965. 1965. First Edition . Signed. MACAULAY, A.D.C. Behind the Scenes at Wimbledon. London: Collins, 1965. Octavo, publisher's half green morocco gilt, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. $1750.First edition, the dedication copy, inscribed on the half title, ""To Her Royal Highness Princess Mariana, Duchess of Kent. With my grateful thanks, Ma'am, for the encouragement you have always given to me in running Wimbledon. Duncan Macaulay."" Also signed on the title page by Duncan Macaulay, Jackie Smyth and W.A.R. Collins.Long-time Wimbledon secretary Duncan Macaulay surveys the history of the world's oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament since 1922, when the All England Club moved to its famous Church Road location. Macaulay inscribed this copy to the dedicatee, Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, longtime president of The All England Club. It may have been specially bound in the Club's colors

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        La Divina Commedia. Nell'edizione Bodoniana del 1795 curata da Gian Jacopo Dionisi. Notizia introduttiva di Angelo Ciavarella.

      Vallardi, 1965. 3 voll. in folio; I° vol. pp. XXXVI-205-VII, II° vol. pp. 207-XX, III° vol. pp. 207-XXXVII su carta pesante Ventura. Volumi ril. cartone con tasselli per il titolo al dorso, astuccio per ogni singolo volume. Rara e curata ristampa anastatica, dell'edizione tirata a Parma nel 1795, limitata a 875 esemplari numerati. Buon esemplare.

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        Two Original Pages of Hand-Typed Cut-Up Writings

      London, England: William S. Burroughs, Circa 1965. Original Manuscripts. Single Sheets. Very Fine. "Dear Charles Plymell:/ "Now" is an excellent (magazine) and I thank you for/ sending it to me-- Reading through the issue I typed out passages that/ struck some particular chord of association in one column and in another/ column pieces of dream and text and the last words of Dutch Schultz and/ the Farmer's Almanac preparing a composite text which I hope you can use/ in a subsequent issue. I enclose (also) the two columns from which the text was made to show the method.. Best of luck with (your) (magazine)/ Cordially/ William S. Burroughs." Thus does the foremost figure of the Beat Generation & Beyond describe two pages of his hand-typed text, created for & sent to legendary literary outlaw Charles Plymell. The pages were indeed published in the third & last issue, "Now Now Now," in 1965 (Maynard & Miles, C129, pg. 143). The mid-1960s was the high tide of WSB contributions to myriad independent-underground magazines, at the zenith of the "Mimeo Revolution." For example, at the same time that these pages were reproduced in Charles' journal, short works by WSB appeared in many issues of Jeff Nuttal's "My Own Mag." WSB continued his friendship & fruitful collaborations with Charles & his wife Pamela Beach Plymell for the rest of his life. The Plymells' Cherry Valley Editions published WSB's Cobblestone Gardens (1976) & Tornado Alley (1989). We most highly recommend the article "Charles Plymell and Now" by Jed Birmingham on the great website Reality Studio: A William S. Burroughs Community (http://realitystudio.org/bibliographic-bunker/charles-plymell-and-now/), which contains a wealth of information about WSB, Charles Plymell & this intensely productive period, including images of these pages as they appeared in the issue. We offer these two original pages, known by the title of the composite text as "Afterbirth of Dream Now," which we obtained directly from the Plymells. As WSB explained in the note to Charles quoted above, there are apparently four ingredients mixed in the page of columns & further mixed in the page of composite text subsequently prepared from them: Passages from the first issue of "Now"; fragments of WSB's dreams; quotes from the last, hallucinatory deathbed statements of 1930s American gangster Dutch Schultz; & the venerable Farmer's Almanac. As all WSB aficionados know, he dedicated an entire book-length work to Schultz's fascinatingly proto-cut-up last words, the complete, definitive version of which appeared in 1975, a decade after these pages were typed; and that among the highlights of his latest works is My Education: A Book of Dreams, a record-diary of his dreams published three decades later in 1995. These precious, original pages constitute the most singular, important WSB collectible we have ever offered thus far- the cut-up method in action by its supreme practitioner at the height of his inspiration & innovation. Both pages with text on one side only in relatively very fine condition despite their age & delicacy: Two-columned cut-up text on off-white blank letter size (8&1/2" x 11") paper with two light horizontal creases across surface where originally folded into thirds; very light creasing & waving throughout surface; very minor rubbing & a few spots at blank margins of same; one thin angled cut along blank upper left edge & corner (approx. 1&2/3"); tiny fold at lower right corner. One-column composite cut-up text on light green letter size ledger sheet with rounded corners & three mechanically punched holes near blank left edge; two light horizontal creases across surface where originally folded into thirds; very light creasing across surface esp. textless margins; two very small spots at blank upper edge near right corner. Both texts esp. one-column composite alternate between black & red typewriter ink; two-column text with nine X'd-out words or small groups of words; occasional misspellings, scramblings & connecting of words that are not necessarily the result of WSB's cut-up method, but rather exemplary. Hand-typed manuscripts by William S. Burroughs.

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        NADA: Original Collage Artwork by Charles Plymell, Created & Completed at 1403 Gough St., San Francisco While Living with Neal Cassady

      San Francisco, CA, 1965. Original Artwork. Original Collage Artwork on Stiff Board. Near Fine. By 1965, Charles Plymell was at the forefront of avant-garde printing & publishing, and like other legendary Beat authors and artists, had lived at 1403 Gough St. in San Francisco. Contextualizing the larger literary scene at the time, what is nebulously referred to as “The Mimeograph Revolution” was well under way. Ed Sanders, Ted Berrigan & others in New York City were publishing magazines like “Fuck You/A Magazine of the Arts” and “C,” gathering poems from “the best minds” of their generation in iconic yet shoddily-produced staple-bound literary magazines. On the West Coast, a similar wave was occurring, but not every small-press publisher that is historically-referenced under the “Mimeo Rev” grouping had to work within the limitations of a mimeograph machine. Such is the case with Charles Plymell, a poet, collage artist and publisher with an illustrious history as a printer. Among the many now-legendary publications printed by Plymell was “Bulletin from Nothing,” a DADA-inspired magazine which featured contributions by William S. Burroughs, Ed Sanders, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Bob Kaufman, and editors Claude Pelieu and Mary Beach, distant cousin of famed proprietor of Shakespeare & Company, Sylvia Beach. Charles PlymellÂ’s association with Beach & Pelieu began when Lawrence Ferlinghetti suggested they come to San Francisco in late 1963. They accepted FerlinghettiÂ’s invitation, arriving soon after and bringing with them BeachÂ’s daughter (and later PlymellÂ’s wife), Pamela. The family of three came to 1403 Gough St. to visit Allen Ginsberg, who had just returned from his well-documented sojourn in India represented in his now-classic publication "Indian Journals." Ginsberg told Plymell he came to San Francisco to help Neal Cassady work on a novel he intended to complete, and he was looking for a place to stay. Plymell offered Ginsberg a room in his flat, and before long both Ginsberg & Cassady had moved into the home. Earlier that same year, Plymell inaugurated his public career as a collage artist when he exhibited a show of collages at Billy JharmarkÂ’s infamous Batman Gallery. Plymell had become increasingly interested in the collage format after discovering the work of William S. Burroughs. He had just published the first issue of NOW magazine, which Burroughs personally commended him on through letters, later sending him two pages of cut-up text to be incorporated into an upcoming issue (See TMB Item #2908). Contemporaneous with the publication of the second issue of NOW (“NOW NOW,” 1965), Plymell contributed an original collage-artwork to the first issue of “Bulletin from Nothing,” a similarly-produced magazine, this time edited by Mary Beach & Claude Pelieu. Offered here for the first time ever is the original collage Plymell contributed to “Bulletin from Nothing,” an artwork which he finished while sharing a home at the legendary Gough St. residence with Allen Ginsberg and Neal Cassady. The piece is what Plymell refers to as a “Pic Story” collage with original poem, and exemplifies his biting wit and stalwart, controversial nature. For 50 years the collage was in possession of its creator-- the legendary poet, publisher, and printer Charles Plymell--until it was obtained directly from the artist by Third Mind Books. The discerning scholar and collector can rest assured that this artifact was certainly once held & examined by Ginsberg and Cassady themselves in the same home where Ginsberg first saw Robert LaVigneÂ’s portrait of Peter Orlovsky, where legendary literary soirees were for a time routine, where Ginsberg helped Cassady eek out pages of what was to become “The First Third,” where the hippie counter-culture was incarnated in embryonic stages through pioneering small-group experiments with original LSD from Albert HoffmanÂ’s Sandoz Pharmaceuticals & Mescaline from Light Laboratories in England. Now, for the first time ever, a piece of Beat History from this most important literary crossroads is here offered for sale. Collage in near fine condition with moderate rubbing, bumps, chipping & creases throughout; glue smears dating back over 50 years to collage creation; small section of collage at bottom left-hand corner coming unglued from stiff backing board; a few original pictures within collage coming slightly unglued with age but still firmly affixed to board. Original Collage Artwork by Charles Plymell.

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        The James Bond Dossier

      London: Jonathan Cape. 1965. INSCRIBED FIRST EDITION. Pp.159. Publisher's black cloth-effect paper over boards with gilt titles to spine and blind-stamped bullet-holes to upper cover in the price-clipped dust-wrapper based on the familiar 'trompe l'oeil' designs which decorated the Ian Fleming first editions. A lightly handled copy, signed and inscribed by the author to flyleaf "James Baxter / from / Kingsley Amis / (Death to M)". With prize label opposite from the prestigious Rossall School, Lancashire, the sister school of Marlborough College. Amis' presentation copies are uncommon, particularly so when naming a series character. Scarce thus. Amis' first venture into the world of James Bond. He also wrote the light-hearted 'Book of Bond' in 1965 and the first post-Fleming 007 novel 'Colonel Sun'. BMC No.1 p.4-13 'Fleming and Bond; Related Titles'. Gilbert, Jon; Ian Fleming: The Bibliography, page 592, see also Appendix A, page 634.

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        THE SOURCE. Limited edition signed by James A. Michener.

      New York: Random House, 1965. 909 pages. Black cloth binding with minor to moderate sunning to the spine. The original slipcase is moderately sunned and lightly shelfworn, remaining intact and attractive. Limited edition of 500 copies, printed on special paper and specially bound, signed by the author and numbered. A few tiny spots of discoloration to the top edge of the closed paged. The top corner of the final few hundred pages have a tiny crease. The original acetate (clear) jacket is lacking, but has been replaced with archival mylar. First edition.. Signed. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        Klotz, Siegfried. - Arbeiter, sitzend.

      - Zeichnung / Farbkreide, auf gelblichem Zeichenkarton, um 1965. Von Siegfried Klotz. 61,0 x 42,0 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Rechts unten in Bleistift signiert: "S. Klotz". - Papier durchgehend stärker atelierspurig. Rechte obere Ecke etwas fleckig. Insgesamt mäßig guter Zustand. Siegfried Klotz (1939 Oberschlema - 2004 Dresden). Deutscher Maler und Zeichner. 1954-57 Lehre als Dekorationsmaler. 1958-64 Studium an der Mal- und Zeichenschule Zwickau bei Carl Michel. 1965-70 Studium an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden bei Rudolf Bergander und Jutta Damme. 1975-78 Assistent bei Gerhard Kettner, Abt. Grundstudium Malerei/Grafik, an der Akademie seit 1978 Oberassistent. 1979 Wechsel als Oberassistent in die Fachklasse von Günter Horlbeck, dort von 1985-92 Dozent für Malerei. Seit 1988 Leiter des Grundstudiums Abt. Malerei/Grafik an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden. 2001 Kunstpreis der Landeshauptstadt Dresden. Von 1992 bis zu seinem Tod 2004 war Siegfried Klotz Professor im Grundstudium für Malerei an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Dresden. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Way of Seeing

      1965. First Edition . LEVITT, Helen. A Way of Seeing. Photographs of New York with an Essay by James Agee. New York: Viking, (1965). Oblong octavo, original black cloth, original photographic dust jacket. $3200.First edition of this timeless collaboration between Levitt and Agee, illustrated with 50 black-and-white photogravures of LevittÂ’s lyrical and provocative images.“Helen Levitt was the first American photographer to fully comprehend the essence of Henri Cartier-BressonÂ’s photographic message and put it into practice. Like Cartier-Bresson, she understood how to combine intuition and intellect to forge sophisticated, lyrical compositions from commonplace events” (New York Times). According to ArtForum, “Levitt may well be the most celebrated and least known photographer of her time.” “Though it did not see print until 1965, A Way of Seeing, Helen LevittÂ’s first published collection of photographs was essentially completed in 1948. All the pictures in it had been taken over the previous decade in the streets of Yorkville, Harlem, and the Lower East Side, and many of them had already been on exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art. James Agee, dead ten years in 1965, had written his essay for the book in 1946Â… Although Agee may not have been the first writer to apply the word lyrical to LevittÂ’s marvelously serendipitous images of urban street theater, his essay was for some time their most persuasive critical frame. In this edition, his text literally brackets the 50 photos, which are arranged in an episodic montage-bleak, antic, poignant; sometimes melodramatic, often comic-at once suggestively narrative and as ephemeral as a passing glance” (Roth, 178). Agee, Levitt and photographer Janice Loeb (to whom this book is dedicated) also collaborated on two films: The Quiet One (1948) and In the Street (1952). Icons of Photography, 84. Open Book, 214-15. Book fine; light edge-wear, slightest dampstaining to spine head of bright, near-fine dust jacket.

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        Imagination Dead Imagine

      Calder and Boyars. First English edition., London 1965 - #23/100 numbered copies signed by the author, printed on handmade paper and issued before the first edition. Original gray cloth, stamped in gilt. Fine in slipcase as issued [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Man With the Golden Gun (Signed by Christopher Lee)

      Jonathan Cape 1965 - A First Edition, First Printing that has been signed by Christopher Lee, who played Francisco Scaramanga in the 1974 film adaptation of the book. Light bumping to spine and to bottom corner of front board; inscription to front endpaper. Original, price-clipped dust jacket has a tear to the top and some staining to the inside, a few spots of which are visible on the front panel; some general shelf and handling wear to extremities. The book will be wrapped with care and shipped securely in a strong and well-padded box, with full insurance, to ensure safe delivery. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Book Of Thel.

      4to. Quarter brown morocco over marbled boards, gilt-lettered spine, marbled slipcase, top edged gilt; 8 facsimile colour plates and [10pp.] text and colophon; fine. Limited edition of a total of 426 copies printed on Arches paper. This copy one of 26 copies lettered A to Z, reserved for Mr. Lessing J Rosenwald, the Library of Congress, the Trustees of the William Blake Trust and the Publishers. This copy lettered 'X'.

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        O Canada: An American's Notes on Canadian Culture

      New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux 1965 - Small 8vo., yellow cloth lettered in gilt; spine lightly faded, covers soiled; chipped dust jacket. First edition, inscribed by Wilson to Henry Thornton, the critic's stepson: "To Henry and Daphne, with love from Edmund, May 15, 1965." A significant presentation copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Midnight Cowboy

      1965. First Edition . Signed. HERLIHY, James Leo. Midnight Cowboy. New York: Simon and Schuster, (1965). Octavo, original blue cloth, original dust jacket. $1700.First edition of Herlihy’s much anticipated second novel, a presentation copy inscribed by him in the year of publication: “Charles E. Castellanos—Con mucho gusto en conocerle. James Herlihy. Dallas Oct 6, 1965.” Herlihy’s novel was the basis for the 1969 Oscar-winning film.Novelist and playwright James Herlihy’s second novel tells the story of Joe Buck, a naïve Texan who travels to New York and befriends the crippled con man Ratso Rizzo. Adapted to the screen in 1969, the film earned stars Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman Best Actor nominations and won three Oscars, including Best Picture. Book near-fine, with mild discoloration to bottom edge of rear board. Dust jacket near-fine, with light rubbing to extremities. An attractive copy, most desirable inscribed.

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        Behind the Scenes at Wimbledon

      1965. First Edition . Signed. MACAULAY, A.D.C. Behind the Scenes at Wimbledon. London: Collins, 1965. Octavo, publisher's half green morocco gilt, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. $1750.First edition, the dedication copy, inscribed on the half title, ""To Her Royal Highness Princess Mariana, Duchess of Kent. With my grateful thanks, Ma'am, for the encouragement you have always given to me in running Wimbledon. Duncan Macaulay."" Also signed on the title page by Duncan Macaulay, Jackie Smyth and W.A.R. Collins.Long-time Wimbledon secretary Duncan Macaulay surveys the history of the world's oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament since 1922, when the All England Club moved to its famous Church Road location. Macaulay inscribed this copy to the dedicatee, Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, longtime president of The All England Club. It may have been specially bound in the Club's colors—a green morocco spine (after the green cloth gilt of the first edition) and purple cloth boards—for presentation. Illustrated with 10 black-and-white photographic plates. Also signed on the title page by Macaulay, Jackie Smyth and W.A.R. Collins. Sir John ""Jackie"" Smyth was awarded the Victoria Cross during his military service in World War I, and went on to serve in Parliament as well as write on a variety of subjects, including tennis for the Sunday Times. William Alexander Roy Collins, publisher, served on committees overseeing the Wimbledon championships.Spine and spine ends lightly rubbed. A unique inscribed and signed copy in very nearly fine condition.

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        Original-Zeichnung (Tinte/Tusche). 29,5 x 21 cm. Unterhalb des Motivs datiert (30.12.65), gewidmet und signiert

      1965 - etwas stockfleckig 800 Gramm.

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        Kean.

      Bl

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        Tlll minnet av mig själv

      Stockholm: Nordisk Rotogravyr, 1965 33 plates. [40] pp. Decorated paper covers. 20 x 14.9 cm. The first monograph on the famous Swedish photographer. Circular mark on front cover from label. **Free domestic shipping with direct order.

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        NUEVAS ESCENAS MATRITENSES. Primera edici

      - Madrid, edic. Alfaguara, 1965, 6 tomos de 36x26 cm., en tela edit. 75 p

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        Carmen

      Edition illustrated with 8 original watercolors Bahamontès Miquel, one of five numbered copies on Arches paper large, deluxe edition after 8 pearly Japan and some trade off Arches paper reserved for employees.Our copy, as it is stated in the justification of the draw, well behaved following the illustrations and an original drawing with a pencil Miquel Bahamontès he signed.In addition, our copy is exceptionally enriched in a second original pencil signed by Miquel Bahamontès.Handwritten signature of the illustrator to the justification of the authenticity certificate.Beautiful copy. Chastanier Nîmes 1965 19x25cm en feuilles sous chemise et étui

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        The 29th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting

      1965 - "The 29th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting" by Richard Anuszkiewicz, Unsigned Serigraph printed in 1965. The overall size of the Serigraph is 38.5 x 30 inches. The condition of this piece has been graded as C: Several Signs of use and handling, some visible marks. Here is some supplemental information about the Serigraph: Impressionable limited edition print designed by the artist specially for the exhibition. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Après le banquet

      First edition of the French translation, one of 26 numbered copies on pur fil, this one of a few hors commerce copies, the only large paper copies.Spine faded as usual, internally good. Gallimard Paris 1965 13x20cm broché

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        Oeuvres

      1965. Paris, Éditions de L'Odeon & Éditions Andre Vial, 1965 - 1968. 11 forts volumes in-4 en reliure de l'éditeur en plein maroquin à grain, dos à 5 nerfs, titre et tomaison dorés, têtes dorées. Plats ornés d'entrelacs dorés et monogramme de Dostoïevski doré au centre. Illustrations en couleurs et à pleine page de Cardin-Bogratchew, Grau-Sala, Fontanarosa, Gaston Barret, Edy-Legrand et Michel Ciry. Tome 1 : Le joueur traduction de Sylvie Luneau. Tomes 2 et 3 : L'idiot traduction de G. et G. Arut. Tomes 4 et 5 : Crime et Châtiment traduction d'Elisabeth Guertiuk. Tome 6, 7 et 8 : Les frères Karamazov traduction d'Elisabeth Guertiuk. Tome 9 : L'éternel mari traduction de Yacha Zwizagora. Tome 10 et 11 : Les possédés, traduction d'Elisabeth Guertik. Tirage limité numéroté. 1 des 72 exemplaires du tirage de tête et portant le n° 8, sur Vélin de Hollande Van Gelder, contenant une suite en noir des illustrations sur Lana (en fin de chaque volume) et enrichi d'un original hors-texte en couleurs. Exemplaire bien complet de l'original en couleurs, signé. Dos des trois premiers volumes légèrement insolés, sinon exemplaire en parfait état.

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        Théâtre I-II -

      Gallimard 1965-1968 -, Paris - 1 volume. In-12. Tome 1: 171 pp. Tome 2: 283 pp. Couverture crème à rabats avec titre en rouge. Intérieur très frais. Non coupé. Parfait état. EDITION ORIGINALE. Un des 30 ou 35 exemplaires sur vélin pur fil, seuls grands papiers. Tome 1: Les eaux et forêts. Le square. La musica. Tome 2: Suzanna Andler. Des journées entières dans les arbres. Yes, peut-être. Le Shaga. Un home est venu me voir. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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