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        The Homecoming

      London: Methuen & Co, 1965. 1st edition of The Nobel Laureate's Tony Award Winning play, a sizeable rotation in post-modern theater, accentuating the spoken word as weapon, and the unspoken word as eloquence. The Homecoming is a striking child of the 1960s, though drama is a less recognized fragment of the cultural revolution than the clothes, music, dope, politics, haircuts, or even the burnt draft cards and bras, for which the era is more generally remembered (I'm not saying sex, because there's always been sex). Presentation copy, inscribed using his stage name (David Baron), to Vivien Merchant (his wife), the lead actress, and the only woman in the play. And she is pictured on the jacket in a scene from the play. Near fine in a near fine dustjacket. An unsurpassable association copy, as no play meant more to Pinter, and no presentation copy of it, meant as much. Near fine / near fine.

      [Bookseller: Biblioctopus]
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        CONFESSIONS OF A MAN INSANE ENOUGH TO LIVE WITH BEASTS

      Mimeo Press, Bensenville 1965 - One of 500 copies. The author's first book of prose, and the introduction to one Henry Chinaski, Bukowski's alter-ego. This copy is inscribed by Bukowski to Cert Secunda, and dated '8-14-66." With an original signed typescript poem titled "A Bottomless Joint On Sunset Near Western." This poem was published in 1969, in Stooge, #3. The publisher, Doug Blazek, announcing the book said, "it would be indecent to say something about Buk. Words do him no honor. the man himself is his greatest tribute." Krumhansl 17. A near fine copy in saddle-stitched wrappers, as issued [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ed Smith Books, ABAA]
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        I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew.

      New York: Random House, 1965 - Quarto. Original pictorial paper covered boards, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. Slight wear to spine ends, light bumping to tips, dust jacket slightly faded, occasional ink marks throughout. A very good copy. Illustrated throughout by the author. First edition, first printing, with adverts on the jacket rear panel and flap and 295/295 price. Younger & Hirsch 41. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Hassebrauk, Ernst. - "Vase mit Blumenstrauß".

      - Mischtechnik / Aquarell, Gouache, Farbkreide & Tusche, auf weißem Karton, 1965-1970. Von Ernst Hassebrauk. 76,2 x 55,2 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Verso in Bleistift signiert: "Hassebrauk". - Marginale Lagerspuren. Insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. Ernst Hassebrauk (1905 Dresden - 1974 Dresden). Oft fälschlich auch Ernst Hassebrauck. Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. 1925-27 Studium an der Kunstakademie Dresden. 1927-32 Studium der Philosophie und Kunstgeschichte an der Universität Leipzig. Parallel Studium an der Leipziger Kunstakademie bei Willi Geiger. 1947 Professur an der Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig (HGB). 1949 Entlassung aus dem Lehramt im Zusammenhang mit der Formalismusdebatte. 1958-60 Arbeit an den Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen in Dresden. Pflegte einen in seiner vitalen Farbigkeit und üppigen Strichführung neobarock anmutenden expressiven Realismus. Zahlreiche Ausstellungen und Publikationen. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Human Relations Portfolio. Chaney, Goodman & Schwerner.

      New York: Kennedy Graphics, 1965. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts.(). Portfolio with three original silkscreen prints. Edition of 300 signed & numbered impressions. In a heavy paper portfolio with Shahn's signature reproduced on cover. Each print 22 x 17 inches. Meriden Gravure. Printed on Japan paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Printed page of text by Edwin Rosskam: "Chaney, Goodman & Schwerner". Prescott, 101-103. Numbers (numerator) match on all 3 prints. (See set with unmatched numbers at 04-1300.)

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        I GRANDI CICLI DECORATIVI - IL QUATTROCENTO L'arte racconta

      MILANO: Fratelli Fabbri - Albert Skira, 1965. Legatura. OTTIMO. 27 37. USATO

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        Desolation Angels

      New York: Coward-McCann, Inc, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 366 pp. First Edition, First Printing. Near Fine with light bump to top edge of upper board, several spot stains to edge of page block and previous owner rubber ownership stamp to front free end paper. In a Very Good+ dust jacket with price intact, light rubbing at extremities with several small nicks to the top edge of the front panel and light shelf wear. A very sharp copy of this posthumously published Keroauc title.

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        The Tin Can Tree

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Like New. First edition. 273 pp. Blue boards with purple cloth spine, gilt-lettered spine, blind-stamped front board. Fine in an excellent unclipped dust jacket with a few small spots of offsetting to flaps, very tiny closed tear in bottom of back panel, else Fine. An uncommonly neat, bright copy of the author's second novel.

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        L' ingranaggio

      MILANO: U. MURSIA & C., 1965. IED. Brossurato. BUONO. 11 18. Grande Universale Mursia. Letteratura USATO

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        Archive of pressbooks designed by Saul Bass

      N.p.: N.p., 1965. A dazzling collection of 10 original pressbooks designed by Saul Bass, documenting the majority of the famed title and ad designer's work with director Otto Preminger in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. Several of the pressbooks typically defy the existing conventions of pressbook design, utilizing a wild variation of size and dimension, with several of the items literally molded to represent the films they represent: "Advise and Consent" is shaped like a briefcase, "In Harm's Way" is designed as a dossier with a string tie, "The Cardinal" as a parcel, and "Bunny Lake is Missing" as a newspaper. Other key Bass designed titles include "Anatomy of a Murder," "Bonjour Tristesse," and "The Man with the Golden Arm."For most of the pressbooks in this collection, we have never seen another example. A fascinating example of the advertising work done by the premiere title and ad designer of the twentieth century.Various sizes, ranging from Very Good to Near Fine condition.Complete details available on request.

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        Hommages à Robert Brasillach.

      Lausanne, Association des Amis de Robert Brasillach, 1965. - Gr. in-8°, 413p. Edition originale. Celui-ci est un des 18 exemplaires de tête numérotés sur papier du Japon Torinoko (N° VII H. C.). Textes de Arland, Aymé, Bardèche, Morand, Nimier, Paulhan, Simenon, etc. A l'état de neuf, non coupé. Broché, sous jaquette imprimée. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Le Cabinet d'Amateur]
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        Bonnard [...] Catalogue Raisonné de l'Oeuvre Peint

      Paris: Editions J. et H. Bernheim-Jeune, 1965. First Edition. Four volumes; quartos (27.5cm.); publisher's blue gilt-lettered cloth, white pictorial dust jackets to Vols. II-IV; illus. throughout. Vol. I spine a bit sunned, light dust-soil, else a Near Fine set, albeit lacking the jacket to Vol. I. Lavish and invaluable set.

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books ]
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        Lexicon - totius latinitatis - tutti i volumi

      1965.

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        Feste religiose in Sicilia. Fotografie di Fernando Scianna

      Leonardo Da Vinci 1965 (finito di stampare il 19 dicembre 1964), Bari - 16°, leg.edit., sovrac. (piccolo strappo riparato professionalmente), pp.222, con 113 fotografie n.t. Un volumetto di piccole dimensioni (19,5x13,5 cm.), molto elegante nella forma, dedicato alle feste religiose siciliane, un miscuglio di riti pagani e cristiani: violenza, sangue, superstizione sono necessari per ristabilire il sacro, per esorcizzare il male, per rinforzare i legami e l'identità sociale. Le foto del giovane Scianna, fresco di studi antropologici, sono ispirate dal lavoro di Cartier-Bresson, le foto sono colte nel "momento decisivo" e colpiscono per forza e drammaticità. # Prima edizione. Gambetti Vezzosi 837. Parr Badger III, 111 Dustjacket (small repaired tear) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les chemin des Devins / Menerbés

      Maeght 1965 - One of 125 copies signees by Eduardo Chillida and André Frenaud Référence Van der Koelen 66007 à 66017 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Derrière le Miroir. DLM #151-152. Les peintures sur Carton de Miró.

      Paris: Maeght, 1965.(). Folio, 11 x 15 in. Portfolio with 22 original lithographs, printed 2 sided. 3 are double page including the cover. Sheets loose as issued. Mourlot, 360-381. Cramer, 102. Note that the publisher Maeght states on the colophon that there are "26 pages de lithographies originales."

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        TUTTE LE OPERE DI DANTE

      U. Mursia e C, 1965. ITALIANO 1,09 Coperta lievemente sbucciata all'unghia. Titoli d'oro, anche al dorso. Lievissimo ingiallimento ai margini delle pagine. Titolo al frontespizio in color verde. Presenza di segnalibro in tessuto verde. Volume a cura di Fredi Chiappelli. Edizione del Centenario. USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Acquaforte. 5 incisioni di Bruno Caruso dedicate a Durer, Rembrant, Goya, Ensor e Chagall.

      Edizione La Nuova Cometa,, Roma 1965 - Con una Poesia di Rafael Alberti tradotta da Vittorio Bodini. Edizione originale composta in 50 esemplari numerati in cifre arabe (copia n° 25) oltre V numerati in numeri romani. Ogni incisione (32,5 x 27 cm.) è firmata dall'Autore su lastra e a matita oltre specifica di esemplare, protetta da velina. Edizione curata da Mara Chiaretti. Le incisioni tirate con torchio a mano, sotto la direzione dell'Artista, dal calcografo Alberto Caprini, su carta Fabriano (in barbe). La poesia impressa in caratteri garaldus su carta Fabriano dalla T.E.R. Esemplare perfettamente conservato in ogni sua parte, da collezione. Cartelletta editoriale rigida in tutta tela bianca, titoli impressi in rosso al piatto anteriore, pp. 8, 5 incisioni, 4, in folio [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: il Bulino libri rari]
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        The Autobiography of Malcolm X

      New York: Grove Press, Inc.,, 1965. With the assistance of Alex Haley. Introduction by M. S. Handler. Epilogue by Alex Haley. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. 16 plates from photographs. Contemporary coloured bookplate of Bruce Dollar (or Dollman). Jacket with pale dampstaining at head and tail of spine, short closed-tear at head of front panel, a few nicks and chips, touch of pale mottling to covers of binding, signs of handling to fore-edge. A very good copy. First edition, first printing. Haley met Malcolm X in 1960 when he interviewed him for a Reader's Digest piece on the Nation of Islam. They met again when Haley interviewed the activist for Playboy (published May 1963) and the present book was based on a series of over 50 interviews between 1963 and Malcolm X's assassination in February 1965. This was Haley's first book.

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        Ascensus Montis Ventosi. Une ascension au Mont Ventoux.

      Officina Bodoni, 1965. 8°; pp. 86 su carta a mano Cernobbio, carattere Dante. Lettera in latino che narra dell'escursione sul Monte Ventoux con traduzione italiana di Enrico Bianchi; seguono un testo del Fabre in lingua francese con la riproduzione a colori di una farfalla, uno studio sulla lettera del Petrarca di Giuseppe Billanovich ed, infine, una nota su Fabre di Giovanni Mardersteig. Ril. m.marocchino Oasis verde con titoli in oro al dorso, piatti in carta Roma grigia con fregio in oro, astuccio editoriale. Tiratura di complessivi 175 esemplari numerati di cui 101 in num.araba come il presente. Ottimo esemplare. Cfr. Catalogo Mardersteig n.136

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        TUTTE LE OPERE DI DANTE

      U. Mursia e C., MILANO 1965 - LE CORONE ITALIANO Coperta lievemente sbucciata all'unghia. Titoli d'oro, anche al dorso. Lievissimo ingiallimento ai margini delle pagine. Titolo al frontespizio in color verde. Presenza di segnalibro in tessuto verde. Volume a cura di Fredi Chiappelli. Edizione del Centenario. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,99 euro.

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        H. P. Lovecraft. Selected letters, (1911-1924) etc. Edited by August Derleth and Donald Wandrei

      Sauk City, Wis.: Arkham House, 1965. First Edition. Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dust wrapper, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. . Physical description; five volumes ; facsims., ports. 21 cm. Subjects; Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890-1937). Selected letters.

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        A Way of Seeing.

      New York: The Viking Press,, 1965. Photographs of New York, with an essay by James Agee. Oblong quarto. Original black cloth, titles to front cover and spine in white, buff endpapers. With the pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated with 51 mainly full-page photographs. Small ownership signature to front free endpaper in pencil. An excellent copy in a jacket with small chip to head of spine, tiny closed tear and scuff marks to rear panel. First edition, first printing. These photographs were taken over a number of years, starting in the 1940s. Levitt and Agee planned the publication in 1950, five years before Agee's death.

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        A Way of Seeing: Photographs of New York

      The Viking Press, New York 1965 - Oblong 8vo. 78pp., includes 50 black-and-white images. Original cloth, lettered in white; pictorial dust jacket. Jacket with a few chips at ends of spines, several short tears along top edge of front and rear panels, internally clean and fresh. FIRST EDITION, a review copy, with slip laid-in. Parr. The Photobook: A History I, p. 252 The Open Book, p. 214. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Encounters: Poems

      Associated American Artists AAA, New York 1965 - Oversized. Taupe cloth portfolio w/ spine label. Contains 8 pencil-signed & numbered etchings by the German-born Marx. Berrigan's poems printed on separate pages. 16 unbound pages. Colophon page signed by both poet & artist. Sets available: #40, 51, 55, 57. Slipcase may have slight wear 33441 shelf [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Gil's Book Loft]
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        CANCELLERESCA BASTARDA DISPLAYED., In a Series of Maxims and Mottos -- With Alphabets and Ornaments.

      (Northampton), 1965. - 5 x 6 1/4. 16 leaves printed rectos only. Marbled paper (by Peter Franck) over boards, title label on upper cover. Fine. With the rare 4-page prospectus. No. 41 of 100 signed copies. Printed in a variety of colors on pre-WW II Amalfi (from Bruce Rogers) using Van Krimpen's Cancelleresca Bastarda in three sizes. A glorious little production -- the first of three books in which Baskin focused his extraordinary skills in selection and layout of type, ornament, and color; all framing select bons mots. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Cold Dogs In The Courtyard

      Chicago: Literary Times / Cyfoeth Publications, 1965. First Edition. Paperback. Like New. First edition. 23 pp. Stapled tan wraps. Near Fine with tiny name written on title page. One of only 500 copies of Buk's only self-published chapbook, comprised of "overlooked (or looked-over and shunned)" poems.

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        Blacklist Magazine -- Number Six

      Maplewood, New Jersey: Ronald Norman, 1965. Fine. Magazine. 104pp. Stapled paper wrappers with handwritten price at lower left corner ($1.00), likely as issued, and numbered #163 on the front flap. Tiny closed tear on the front wrap, small chip on rear wrap that has pulled at the staples and toning to the pages, near fine. A literary magazine produced by luminarie.s of the New York Sixties avant-garde movement and Warhol's Factory scene. This issue features a poem by Andy Warhol and Gerard Malanga ("Date in Tunis"); an eight-page excerpt from Tarzan of the Flicks by Theatre of the Ridiculous co-founder, Ronald Tavel; an essay from avant-garde film expert Jonas Mekas; a three-page interview with Pete Seeger; a three-page profile of painter Ben Shahn; a two-page interview with Edward Albee. Additional contributors include Ed Sanders, Ted Berrigan, Tuli Kuferberg, The Fugs, Joan Baez, Diane Wakoski, Jules Feiffer, Kirby Congden, Paul Krassner, Roland Stone, Les Peer, David Henderson, Allen Katzman, Eric Von Schmidt, Erik Viviat, Gerald Dooher, Sotere Torregian, Mari Parcell, Danny Boyarin, Mordecai, Barney McCaffrey, Cohn, Jeff Broadbent, Winstan Brooks, Gari Youree, Joan Gilbert, Norman, Ken Weaver, John Wilcock, Elaine Statman, Dov Seeger, Calvin Herton, John Cornillon, Calvin Forbes, Ronnie Billet, Jack Smith and John Keys. Scarce. OCLC locates five copies.

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        IL CRISTO DILACERATO CRISI E CONCILI NELLA CHIESA

      IL SAGGIATORE, 1965. ITALIANO 0,39 N.88 della collana, traduzione di Camillo De Piaz, pagine leggermente ingiallite ai bordi con presenza di fioritura limitata alle prime ed ultime 3 pagine, brossura editoriale con evidente fioritura ed usura ai bordi, fioritura anche ai tagli USATO

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        Gruner, Rudi. - Taleinschnitt.

      - Zeichnung / Gouache, auf hellgelbem Karton, um 1965. Von Rudi Gruner. 47,0 x 68,0 cm (Darstellung) / 50,5 x 71,5 cm (Blatt). Rechts unten in Bleistift signiert. - Mit dem originalen Rand um die Darstellung. Kaum merkliche Lagerspuren. Sehr guter Zustand. Rudi Gruner (1909 Chemnitz - 1984 Karl-Marx-Stadt). Deutscher Maler, Zeichner und Illustrator. 1924-28 Ausbildung zum Musterzeichner an der Fachschule für Textilindustrie Chemnitz. 1932 Heirat mit Charlotte Pannicke. 1932-37 arbeitslos, gelegentlich Aushilfe in einer Drogerie. Ab 1937 Wohnung und Atelier in der Bernsdorfer Straße in Chemnitz. 1939-44 als Werbegrafiker tätig (v.a. Kinoplakate). 1944/45 Kriegsdienst als Soldat. Seitdem freischaffend in Chemnitz tätig. Enger Kontakt zur Künstlergruppe Chemnitz mit Martha Schrag, Georg Gelbke und anderen. 1950 Mitglied Verband Bildender Künstler Deutschlands. In den 1950er und '60er Jahren zahlreiche Illustrationen zur Weltliteratur (z.B. "Das Leben des Lazarillo vom Tormes", Leipzig: Reclam 1961). 1984 Hans-Grundig-Medaille. Ausstellungen: 1939 und '43 Beteiligungen Chemnitzer Kunsthütte, 1985 Galerie Oben in Karl-Marx-Stadt, 1997 Beteiligung "Die großen Alten 2" Neue Sächsische Galerie (mit Wilhelm Rudolph, Hermann Glöckner und Otto Müller-Eibenstock), 1999 Galerie Borssenanger Chemnitz, 2009 Retrospektive zum 100. Geburtstag Verein Kunst für Chemnitz. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Gruner, Rudi. - Seeufer.

      - Zeichnung / Gouache, auf Karton, um 1965. Von Rudi Gruner. 34,0 x 45,2 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Rechts oben in Bleistift signiert. - In den Ecken und im Rand originale Reißzwecklöchlein. Rechts hinterlegter Randeinriss (5,5 cm) mit geringfügigem Farbverlust. Insgesamt mäßig guter Zustand. Rudi Gruner (1909 Chemnitz - 1984 Karl-Marx-Stadt). Deutscher Maler, Zeichner und Illustrator. 1924-28 Ausbildung zum Musterzeichner an der Fachschule für Textilindustrie Chemnitz. 1932 Heirat mit Charlotte Pannicke. 1932-37 arbeitslos, gelegentlich Aushilfe in einer Drogerie. Ab 1937 Wohnung und Atelier in der Bernsdorfer Straße in Chemnitz. 1939-44 als Werbegrafiker tätig (v.a. Kinoplakate). 1944/45 Kriegsdienst als Soldat. Seitdem freischaffend in Chemnitz tätig. Enger Kontakt zur Künstlergruppe Chemnitz mit Martha Schrag, Georg Gelbke und anderen. 1950 Mitglied Verband Bildender Künstler Deutschlands. In den 1950er und '60er Jahren zahlreiche Illustrationen zur Weltliteratur (z.B. "Das Leben des Lazarillo vom Tormes", Leipzig: Reclam 1961). 1984 Hans-Grundig-Medaille. Ausstellungen: 1939 und '43 Beteiligungen Chemnitzer Kunsthütte, 1985 Galerie Oben in Karl-Marx-Stadt, 1997 Beteiligung "Die großen Alten 2" Neue Sächsische Galerie (mit Wilhelm Rudolph, Hermann Glöckner und Otto Müller-Eibenstock), 1999 Galerie Borssenanger Chemnitz, 2009 Retrospektive zum 100. Geburtstag Verein Kunst für Chemnitz. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Book of Thel.

      1965 - Trianon Press. 1965. Proof material made up especially for Mr. Arnold Fawcus of the Trianon Press, including proof sheets, collotypes, stencils, negatives etc. Quarter morocco box with marbled boards. Rubbing and wear to backstrip, internally fine. Arnold Fawcus’s unique set of publisher’s proof material. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        [Broadside Proof]: Dog's Death

      [Cambridge, Massachusetts]: Printed in Harvard Yard by The Adams House and Lowell House Printers, 1965. Near Fine. Uncorrected proof of this broadside. Measuring 8.5" x 16.75". One central horizontal crease that is sound, two other very faint horizontal creases, slight age-toning to the cheaper paper, near fine. Signed by Updike. Our source got the proof directly from Updike. The "published" version of the broadside was issued in an edition of 100 numbered copies Signed by the author. Updike's first broadside, a devastating poem about a lost pet, distributed on a single day at Harvard, and long considered one of the rarest, if not the rarest of Updike's "A" items. De Bellis and Broomfield A15.A. Rare. Presumably only a few copies of the proof would have been pulled, and fewer still distributed.

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        Yoshe Kalb.

      New York: Harper & Row, 1965.(). Approx. 256 pp., numbered by bank and slide rather than sequentially. Very good in spiral-bound sheets. Some page outer edges slightly frayed. One tear to left of publisher's sticker on front cover. Some fraying around spiral binder. Uncorrected proof.

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        THREE BY HEINLEIN ..

      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1965.. Octavo,cloth. First edition of this combination. First printing with code "G39" at bottom of page 426. Collects THE PUPPET MASTERS (1951) and WALDO AND MAGIC, INC. (1950). This title was mainly prepared as a selection for Doubleday's Science Fiction Book Club; only a small number of copies of this trade edition were produced, largely for the library market. It is among the most difficult to acquire of Heinlein's trade publications. Doubleday's review slip laid in. A fine copy in fine dust jacket ("$5.95" printed at upper right corner of the front flap) with a touch of dust soiling to rear panel. A sharp copy of the elusive trade issue of this book. (#157546)

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        Grand Prix (Archive of 4 oversize photographs from the set of the 1966 film)

      N.p.: N.p., 1965. Archive of four vintage black-and-white double weight still photographs from the 1966 film. Shot and struck by special photographer John Bryson. The photographs feature Frankenheimer, actor James Garner, and cinematographer Lionel Linden. Bryson was a photojournalist for Life magazine and many other publications, and was also a noted character actor, most notable for his appearance as a derelict in the films of Sam Peckinpah ("The Getaway," "Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia," and others). In "Grand Prix," the photographer broke the fourth wall and actually played himself, in addition to actually shooting on the set. Shot on location in England, Belgium, France, Monaco, Italy, the Netherlands, and California. Photographs vary in size, between 9 x 9.5 inches and 14.25 x 9.5 inches. A couple of small stains at the margins, and one photo with a corner crease. Very Good to Near Fine overall.

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