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2015-04-05 22:40:26
John McGahern
UK: Faber. London, Faber, 1965. Hardback first edition and first impression. A fine copy, with a tiny nick to the bottom of the spine and a small dark mark to upper jacket. . Fine. Hardback. 1st Edition. 1965.
Bookseller: Hyraxia
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2015-04-03 22:13:45
MERTON, Thomas
[Kentucky]: Abbey of Gethsemani. 1965. Approximately 40-page photocopied typescript essay arguing the values of eremitism (the state of being a hermit). Not directly attributed to Merton here, but with the Christogram "jhs" in the upper left corner of the first page as Merton tended to do, and collected in Collectanea Cisterciencia in 1965 [Dell'Isola C246] and later in Contemplation in a World of Action in 1971 [Dell'Isola A59]. Dated February, 1965, and thus the earliest appearance of this essay we can find. OCLC doesn't seem to list any standalone copies of it; the Thomas Merton Center lists several versions but none with exactly the same pagination and none with an explicit month identified in 1965. Mildly foxed; comb-bound in gold cardstock covers; near fine. First Edition. Softcover.
Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA
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2015-04-03 22:13:45
MERTON, Thomas
[Kentucky]: Abbey of Gethsemani. 1965. Approximately 40-page photocopied typescript essay arguing the values of eremitism (the state of being a hermit). Not directly attributed to Merton here, but with the Christogram "jhs" in the upper left corner of the first page as Merton tended to do, and collected in Collectanea Cisterciencia in 1965 [Dell'Isola C246] and later in Contemplation in a World of Action in 1971 [Dell'Isola A59]. Dated February, 1965, and thus the earliest appearance of this essay we can find. OCLC doesn't seem to list any standalone copies of it; the Thomas Merton Center lists several versions but none with exactly the same pagination and none with an explicit month identified in 1965. Mildly foxed; comb-bound in gold cardstock covers; near fine. First Edition. Softcover.
Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA
2015-04-03 19:10:32
Braun, Georg; Hogenberg, Franz
Müller und Schindler Stuttgart 1965 Mit zusammen ca. 1600 Seiten und sehr zahlreichen farbig faksimilierten Städteansichten. Jeweils in reich goldgeprägten Kunstlederbänden mit jeweils beiliegendem ausführlichem Textheft zusammen in OPappschuber, Folio ( 42 x 28 cm ). Mit insgesamt über 600 farbigen, teilweise doppelseitigen Städteansichten. Dieses Hauptwerk des Kölner Domdechanten Braun und des flämischen Künstlers Hogenberg ist die älteste umfassende Sammlung von wirlichkeitsnahen Städtebildern aus der ganzen Welt. Die Schuber etwas berieben, etwas fleckig, ein Schuber am oberen Rand beschädigt. Die Texthefte leicht berieben, ansonsten wohlerhalten. Dekoratives Exemplar. ( Gesamtgewicht ca. 22000 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) Versand D: 10,00 EUR Faksimile, Braun, Hogenberg, Orbis terrarum, Civitates, Städteansichten, Städte
Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen [Hamburg, Germany]
2015-04-03 19:08:42
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich:
1965 - 1989. Frommann, Stuttgart, 4. Auflage der Jubiläumsausgabe.. OLeinen, ca. 14500 S.. Hrsg. von Hermann Glockner. Mit der Hegelmonographie von Hermann Glockner in 2 Bänden und dem Hegel-Lexikon in 2 Bänden. 3 Bände am Rücken leicht berieben, sonst sehr frische Exemplare. Hegel-Lexikon am Rücken leicht geblichen., Konto in der Schweiz vorhanden,
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Matthias Neumann Einz
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2015-04-03 04:45:48
O'CONNOR, Flannery.
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1965. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux,, 1965. Octavo. Original light blue boards with dark blue cloth spine, titles to spine in white, grey endpapers, top edge blue, others trimmed. With the dust jacket. A couple of minor bumps to edges of rear board. Otherwise a fine copy in a lightly toned jacket with slightly rubbed extremities. First edition, first printing of this posthumously published collection of nine short stories.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2015-04-02 00:31:08
. Farblithographie nach einer Gouache von Raoul Dufy, um 1965, 53.5x42,5 cm (Abbildungsgröße) *Im Stein signiert und Nr. 214 / 250 limitiert (rückseitig außerhalb der Darstellung durch vorherige Montierung im Passepartout 4 gebräunte Flecken).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Martin Barbian & Ina Grund G
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2015-04-01 18:32:58
Bissell, Alfred E.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2015-03-31 23:06:58
Fleming, Ian
London: Jonathan Cape. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1965. First Edition; First Printing. Cloth. A rather attractive and scarce First State of the First Edition in just about Fine condition in Near Fine, bright dust-wrapper, only minor tanning to spine. Only a very limited number of first state copies (said to be 150) were made with the famous golden gun embossed on the front cover prior to the design changes for quality reasons. This particular book does not show the dreaded signs of internal separation of cloth from the board, the very quality issue driving the design change. Gilbert A13a,1.1 ; Fleming's thirteenth and last Bond novel, followed one year later by a collection of short-stories (Octopussy and The Living Daylights). A golden bullet with "007" etched in it is received by her Majesty's Secret Service. It is believed to come from Scaramanga, hired to assassinate Bond and sent to scare his new target. Basis for the James Bond movie starring Roger Moore, and Maud Adams as Bond girl Andrea Anders, the first of Adams' three Bond appearances. Christopher Lee as Scaramanga .
Bookseller: Books Tell You Why
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2015-03-29 01:14:56
Buckland, W.W. (the late) and McNair, Arnold D. (Lawson, F. H. revised by)
Cambridge University Press, 1965, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, 2nd EditionThe general condition of this volume is very good. The cream coloured paper jacket is in bright condition with only very general marking and wear. The extremities have shelving wear. The spine and the back cover are marked by shelving. They have discolouration that does not interfere with the boldness of the print. The spine of the dustjacket is worn at the foot. The burgundy cloth jacket has storage and shelving creases towards the head and at the foot. Inside, the front inside cover has a previous retailer sticker (Vanguard Booksellers, Johannesburg). Throughout the condition of the book is very fine: clear, firmly bound, clean, fresh. fk Quantity Available: 1. Category: Law; Inventory No: agwq.
Bookseller: Chapter 1 Books
2015-03-26 16:51:41
Herbert, Frank
Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB [Laurel, MD, U.S.A.]
2015-03-26 16:51:41
Herbert, Frank
Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB [Laurel, MD, U.S.A.]
2015-03-26 16:51:41
Herbert, Frank
Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB [Laurel, MD, U.S.A.]
2015-03-26 10:42:47
Prévert, Jacques; Georges Badin; Amable Arias; Dora Vallier; Alain Badiou; Denys Chevalier (Text by); Jean Capdeville; Claude Garache; Gerard Fromanger (Original lithographs by)
Paris: Maeght, 1965. Limited First edition. Paperback. vg. 1/150. Folio. [4], 32, [6]pp. Uncut. Original lithographic wrappers by Jean Capdeville. Book contained in a grey paper covered chemise which is housed in a grey paper covered slipcase, with title label laid on front cover. Limitation page signed by the six artists. This striking monograph on painters Claude Garache, Amable Arias, Matieu, Jean Capdeville, Gérard Fromanger, and sculptor Joan Gardy-Artigas is one of the 150 copies of the deluxe edition printed on Vélin de Rives, of which this is No. 9. It is complete with its eight original lithographs (including wrappers), and two b/w photographic reproductions of sculptor Joan Gardy-Artigas' work. Dent at lower back joint of slipcase. Text in French. Slipcase in overall good-, chemise, wrappers and interior in very good condition. 'Derrière le Miroir' accompanied each exposition at the Galerie Maeght in Paris France. The first issue appeared in 1946, The last #253 of the collection in 1982. DLM is born out of the passion of Aime and Marguerite Maeght. The first issues were intended by Aime Maeght to be spread among a large public, with original lithographs. 10,000 Copies were printed and distributed through kiosks. This failed completely and the remaining copies were sold by weight to finance the printing of issue 4, which was printed at only 1500 copies and was the catalog for the George Braque exhibition at the Galerie. Jacques Kober and Rene Char wrote the texts. This concept was continued in later issues combining great writers with great a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2015-03-26 10:42:47
Prévert, Jacques; Georges Badin; Amable Arias; Dora Vallier; Alain Badiou; Denys Chevalier (Text by); Jean Capdeville; Claude Garache; Gerard Fromanger (Original lithographs by)
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2015-03-25 22:02:55
MUSMANNO, Michael A
Garden City: Doubleday and Company. 1965. First. First edition. Fine in a lightly rubbed, very near fine dustwrapper with a tiny tear. Inscribed by the author to Joe Di Maggio: "Aug. 17 '65 To Joe Di Maggio With ever augmenting admiration for the home runs you hit in the great game of life, touching all the bases of fair play, sportsmanship and true brotherliness. Most Sincerely, Michael A. Musmanno." .
Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA
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2015-03-24 05:45:06
Olson, Charles) John Clarke
University of California, Letters and Science Extension, Berkeley 1965 - Single legal-size mimeo sheet, with a two-column list of authors and titles, presumably distributed to the members of the seminars. One horizontal fold near bottom, trivial faint creasing at edge, otherwise nearly pristine. A remarkable document from the historic conference (at which Olson gave a reading, delivered Causal Mythology as a lecture, and held these seminars), with exceptional provenance: from the papers of Tram Combs. Poet, publisher, and bookseller Combs, among his many accomplishments, spent many years assembling the first comprehensive collection of postwar Bay Area poets; during the conference, the collection was on display at the University's Bancroft Library, to which it was eventually given. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Passages Bookshop
2015-03-24 05:45:06
(Olson, Charles) John Clarke
Berkeley: University of California, Letters and Science Extension, 1965. First printing. Single legal-size mimeo sheet, with a two-column list of authors and titles, presumably distributed to the members of the seminars. One horizontal fold near bottom, trivial faint creasing at edge, otherwise nearly pristine. A remarkable document from the historic conference (at which Olson gave a reading, delivered Causal Mythology as a lecture, and held these seminars), with exceptional provenance: from the papers of Tram Combs. Poet, publisher, and bookseller Combs, among his many accomplishments, spent many years assembling the first comprehensive collection of postwar Bay Area poets; during the conference, the collection was on display at the University's Bancroft Library, to which it was eventually given. Rare.
Bookseller: Passages Bookshop
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2015-03-23 20:54:28
(De Grada Raffaele)-
Milano, Società Editrice per la Divulgazione dell' Arte, 1965/1967, sei volumi in-folio. legature originali in piena pelle con impressioni a secco ai piatti e titoli dorati ai dorsi, ciascun volume con cofanetto telato originale, pp. 1263-(2) con centinaia di tavole e illustrazioni in nero e a colori. Edizione di 850 esemplari numerati, il ns. n. 793. Opera monumentale. Very good.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA PIANI [Italy]
2015-03-23 14:37:50
Capote, Truman
Random House 1965 - A fine first edition in a fine dust jacket, signed by Truman Capote on extra leaf in the front of the book. This is the Kroch and Brentano signed edition, with the First Edition Circle card from Kroch and Brentano laid in. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bookbid
2015-03-23 14:37:50
Capote, Truman
New York: Signed by Author. First Edition, Random House, 1965. Nicely signed by Truman Capote in blue fountain pen on free front end paper. Very Good/Very Good. Jacket has a bit of edgewear and very light chipping at top and bottom spine edges. Front wrap has a half-inch closed tear near top front fold edge. Jacket is very clean except for a couple of tiny light brown spots on front panel. Jacket looks great in its fresh mylar cover. Interior is clean and unmarked except for author's signature. Very Good in Very Good jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Black River Books [United States]
2015-03-23 07:44:31
Haskins, Sam
The Bodley Head, 1965, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: Fine, 1st Editionthe jacket is not price clipped. it is a little shelf rubbed, but it is bright and complete. the book has no inscriptions and is exceptionally clean. an unusually well looked after first edition. rarely found in such choice condition. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 26es.
Bookseller: Chapter 1 Books
2015-03-23 07:44:31
Haskins, Sam
The Bodley Head, 1965, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, 1st Editionthe jacket is bit torn and worn. small chips at the front bottom and top. a bit marked. price clipped. internally clean and tightly bound. [P.K.] Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 55ek.
Bookseller: Chapter 1 Books
2015-03-22 21:25:47
Smith, J. L. B.; Smith, Margaret M. (illust)
Central News Agency, South Africa, 1965, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Fair, 2nd Edition580 pages. Initially published 1949 this edition is revised and enlarged. This proud and very confident book by the legendary icthyologist is in general good condition. The gentle cover has wear from storage to the edges and the spine head and foot. It has general marking from shelving. The inside flaps have tape marks that have transferred residue marks to the opposite pages. The pages are firm, fluidly easy to use, clear, very clean and very healthy. The illustrations are bright, alluring, refreshing. fn Quantity Available: 1. Category: Africana - Sealife; Icthyology; Inventory No: ajmq.
Bookseller: Chapter 1 Books
2015-03-21 19:57:13
FLEMING, Ian
London: Jonathan Cape,, 1965. Octavo. Original dark brown boards, spine lettered gilt, green and white endpapers. With the pictorial dust jacket. Small ownership signature to front free endpaper. Spine a little rolled, faint scattered spotting to edges of text block. An excellent copy in an exceptionally right jacket with very light rubbing to extremities. First edition, first impression, second state binding without the gun design on the front board. The twelfth James Bond novel, The Man with the Golden Gun was, like many 007 titles, written while Fleming was at Goldeneye, his Jamaican hideaway.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2015-03-20 07:06:07
McPhee, John
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1965. First Edition. Illustrated. 144 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. A Fine copy in an almost fine clipped dust jacket, spine slightly sunned, small closed tear on upper cover. First Edition. Illustrated. 144 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. This, McPhee's first book, is a non-fictional account of Princeton athlete William Warren Bradley.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [US]
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2015-03-18 13:30:48
[The Beatles] Lennon, John, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr; Tony Barrow; Paul Drew:
Unpublished. 1965. Four historic documents concerning The Beatles 1965 U.S. Tour, sent from Beatles press officer Tony Barrow to Atlanta DJ Paul Drew, who travelled with the Beatles during their 1964 and 1965 U.S. Tours. Drew accompanied The Beatles on their chartered plane, interviewing the group many times, and introducing them at their August 18, 1965 concert at Atlanta Stadium. Document one is a typed letter signed from Tony Barrow to Paul Drew on NEMS letterhead, dated July 20, 1965. Barrow writes "I refer to your application to travel with The Beatles while they are in America next month. I am pleased to say that a place has been reserved for you on the charter aircraft. I shall look forward to meeting you in New York. In the meantime, I enclose information which should assist you in making your arrangements. May I draw your special attention to paragraphs THREE and SIX. With good wishes. Yours sincerely, Tony Barrow." Document two is a fascinating three page hand annotated memo from Barrrow titled "The Beatles' Tour of America: August 1965" on News From NEMS letterhead. Dated August 5, 1965, this memo outlines logistics for those traveling with The Beatles, and a schedule of concerts and charter flights. It's extraordinary to see what those in the Beatles' touring party experienced. Particularly interesting is that "NO ADVANCE INFORMATION AS TO THE NAME OR LOCATION OF EACH HOTEL IS TO BE RELEASED FOR SECURITY REASONS. AFTER EACH CHARTER FLIGHT HAS LEFT THE GROUND, YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE NAME AND ADDRES OF EACH HOTEL IN THE TOWN OR CITY YOU ARE APPROACHING." Docum … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-03-14 14:05:07
Dick, Philip K
New York: Doubleday. 1965. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust jacket. First Edition stated, with the 4.95 price intact on the dust jacket flap. True first edition first issue of this increasingly scarce book. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .
Bookseller: Rare Book Cellar
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2015-03-14 14:05:07
Philip K Dick
US: Doubleday, 1965. US: Doubleday. New York, Doubleday, 1965. First edition and first impression. A fine copy. Review Copy. Slight rubbing to the back panel and a feint crease. Some edge wear. . Fine. Hardback. 1st Edition. 1965.
Bookseller: Hyraxia [United Kingdom]
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2015-03-13 10:55:49
Burkhardt, Klaus and Siegfried Maser
Stuttgart: Hansjorg Mayer, 1965. First printing. (36) pp., square 16mo. Perfect-bound in printed wrappers. Sixty-seven illustrations, including tables and diagrams. Physicist Heinz von Foerster's copy, with his ownership stamp and annotations, two ms. pages in Foerster's hand, and an envelope of negatives. Some soiling and one small abrasion to back cover, and title written in ink on otherwise plain spine, otherwise very good; envelope, negatives, and ms. pages in fine condition. Issue number 24 of Mayer's long-running journal devoted to concrete poetry, experimental typography, and aesthetics; this issue devoted to the mathematics of rotated and tiled letters, creating rosettes, textures, and other patterns. Von Foerster was the youngest attendee of the Macy Conferences that gave birth to the field of cybernetics, and edited the resulting five volumes of transcripts; his many accomplishments across a very wide range of disciplines include advances in high-frequency electronics and in population modeling, as well as a pioneering text on computer music. In addition to several annotations to the text, he has added two manuscript pages, both featuring hand-drawn graphs and equations, exploring aspects of the mathematics of, in one case, the capital letter "R" (which is the building block of the first forty patterns in the book), and in the other, a particular shape of curve. (In the latter instance, he has cut one of the French-fold pages and tipped in the graph between the pages.) Also accompanying the volume is an envelope containing the ten original opaqued production negat … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-03-12 21:05:01
Button, Daniel E
Random House. Lindsay: A Man for Tomorrow. By Daniel E. Button. HB/DJ. Very good in good+ dust jacket. Photographs/scans available upon request. 1965. Stated First Printing. This book was inscribed and signed (by Lindsay) to Harvey Rothenberg (Administrative Assistant & Appointment Secretary ((and personal friend)) to Mayor John Lindsay). There are two personal notes on the FFEP. The first (in black marker) from John. The second is addressed to (Mary's nickname for Harvey) with info about room number, party, cake and signed "Mare" (Mary Anne Lindsay). The book is in very good condition. It has burgundy linen-covered boards with blue foil insignia on front board with gold and blue foil lettering on the spine. There is minimal wear to the upper tips (at the folds) of the dust jacket. And there is some darkening along the top edges of the flaps. There is a minor tear and crease on the bottom edge of the front panel of the DJ. There is chipping at the head and tail on the DJ at the fold of the spine.The DJ is now in a protective mylar sleeve to help keep this historical book in its beautiful condition. This book can be sent to most international destinations, but not all. Please contact seller for shipping information BEFORE purchasing this book if you want it delivered to an international address. From Harvey Rothenberg: Recollection by Harvey Rothenberg Administrative Assistant & Appointment Secretary My first contact with John Lindsay was in 1947, when we were both members of the N.Y. Young Republican Club. I kept in contact with John through the years, and was active in his … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-03-12 17:14:24
SEUSS, DR
1965. Fine. SEUSS, Dr. FOX IN SOCKS. New York: Beginner Books, A Division of Random House, Inc., 1965. First edition. Illustrated 8vo. Very light shelfwear to extremities. Upper fore-corners gently bumped. "Tower" printed in red ink to top-edge of front pastedown, else clean and bright within. Very good plus, in a near fine dust jacket with a single small closed tear to upper front fore-corner. [Younger and Hirsch 24]
Bookseller: Boston Book Company
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2015-03-12 17:01:03
Seuss, Dr.
- New York: Random House, (1965). First edition. 4to. Younger & Hirsch 41. A sharp copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Darren Winston, Bookseller, SNEAB
2015-03-11 23:36:21
Neruda, Pablo
New York: Harcourt, Brace & World [Printed at the Spiral Press, 1965. Number 44 of 300 numbered copies printed on Rives paper, signed by Frasconi and Joe Blumenthal of the Spiral Press. Woodcuts by Antonio Frasconi throughout. Woodcut frontispiece in three colors, printed from the original blocks on Goyu paper and signed by the artist in pencil. 44 pp., dual language text in Spanish and English. 1 vols. 4to. Original orange cloth-backed decorative boards. Fine in original chipped glassine wrapper and slipcase. A beautiful production.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller
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2015-03-09 23:30:34
Tolkien, J R R
London: Allen & Unwin, 1965. 1st Edition, Hobbits, Lord of the Rings. Hard Cover. Very Good Plus/Very Good Plus. J.R.R. Tolkien. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. The Lord of the Rings, Comprised of The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King, by J.R.R. Tolkien. Published by George Allen and Unwin in 1963 and 1965, these books are later impressions of the 1st UK Edition, originally published in 1954/1954/1955 respectively. The Fellowship of the Rings is a 14th impression published in 1965. The Two Towers is a 11th impression published in 1965. The Return of the King has an 11th impression dustjacket, while the book is a 10th impression published in 1963. All dustjackets appear to be original to the books, and were all protected with an old style dustjacket protector, which has saved the edges and spines from almost any wear and tear. All three books have the same bookplate to the front free endpaper with original owners name and 1965 date. The non price clipped original dustjackets are in Very Good Plus condition showing some light rubbing with tanning and soiling to the spines and panels, with no loss to the edges or fold areas. The books are in Very Good Plus condition with no offsetting or foxing in any of the books. The bottom front corner of the Fellowship shows some shelfwear having rubbed thru the cloth. The topstain is faded and dusty while the gilt to all three books is clean and bright having been protected by the dustjackets. Each book has it's own original foldout map tipped in at the rear. The Fellowships map has a 2 inch tear which has been … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Tolkien Bookshelf
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2015-03-09 21:45:13
WARHOL, Andy
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania,, 1965. Octavo. Original black cloth-backed printed card wrappers, text and images printed on green, white, silver, or blue card. Illustrated throughout. Wrappers lightly soiled and rubbed, light crease to rear wrapper, spine cloth strip worn at edges, small chip to lower left-hand corner of front wrapper and first four leaves, text block strained, a few loose leaves. A very good copy. First edition. Inscribed by Warhol on the front free endpaper: "Andy Warhol 67". Uncommon catalogue published in conjunction with Warhol's first American museum exhibition, organised by Sam Green, the first full-time director of the ICA.
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2015-03-09 12:00:15
Davis, P H & Cullen, J & Coode, M J E with others (editors)
Edinburgh University Press, 1965, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jackethardback, nine volumes of the ten that were eventually published and dating between 1965 and 1985, blue cloth lettered gilt to spines, varying conditions but generally very good, volume two has a dust jacket secured to boards by means of adhesive clear film, volumes 7, 8 & 9 with worn dust jackets, the remainder lacking dust jackets, upper hinge of volume one starting - the remainder sound, all in all a good set, illustrated throughout, maps etc, Book
Bookseller: Pendleburys - the bookshop in the hills
2015-03-07 16:44:14
Webb, Phyllis
Periwinkle Press, 1965. Signed dedication by author on free endpaper. Near fine condition softcover with near fine condition dust jacket. Book is as new except for a hint of fading at spine. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Limebay Books [Victoria, BC, Canada]
2015-03-05 10:43:19
Tolkien, J.R.R
London: Allen & Unwin, 1965. 1st Edition, Hobbits, Lord of the Rings. Hard Cover. Very Good Plus/Very Good Plus. J.R.R. Tolkien. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. The Lord of the Rings, Comprised of The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King, by J.R.R. Tolkien. Published by George Allen and Unwin in 1963 and 1965, these books are later impressions of the 1st UK Edition, originally published in 1954/1954/1955 respectively. The Fellowship of the Rings is a 14th impression published in 1965. The Two Towers is a 11th impression published in 1965. The Return of the King has an 11th impression dustjacket, while the book is a 10th impression published in 1963. All dustjackets appear to be original to the books, and were all protected with an old style dustjacket protector, which has saved the edges and spines from almost any wear and tear. All three books have the same bookplate to the front free endpaper with original owners name and 1965 date. The non price clipped original dustjackets are in Very Good Plus condition showing some light rubbing with tanning and soiling to the spines and panels, with no loss to the edges or fold areas. The books are in Very Good Plus condition with no offsetting or foxing in any of the books. The bottom front corner of the Fellowship shows some shelfwear having rubbed thru the cloth. The topstain is faded and dusty while the gilt to all three books is clean and bright having been protected by the dustjackets. Each book has it's own original foldout map tipped in at the rear. The Fellowships map has a 2 inch tear which has be … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Tolkien Bookshelf
2015-03-05 10:43:19
Tolkien, J.R.R.
Allen & Unwin, London 1965 - 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. The Lord of the Rings, Comprised of The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King, by J.R.R. Tolkien. Published by George Allen and Unwin in 1963 and 1965, these books are later impressions of the 1st UK Edition, originally published in 1954/1954/1955 respectively. The Fellowship of the Rings is a 14th impression published in 1965. The Two Towers is a 11th impression published in 1965. The Return of the King has an 11th impression dustjacket, while the book is a 10th impression published in 1963. All dustjackets appear to be original to the books, and were all protected with an old style dustjacket protector, which has saved the edges and spines from almost any wear and tear. All three books have the same bookplate to the front free endpaper with original owners name and 1965 date. The non price clipped original dustjackets are in Very Good Plus condition showing some light rubbing with tanning and soiling to the spines and panels, with no loss to the edges or fold areas. The books are in Very Good Plus condition with no offsetting or foxing in any of the books. The bottom front corner of the Fellowship shows some shelfwear having rubbed thru the cloth. The topstain is faded and dusty while the gilt to all three books is clean and bright having been protected by the dustjackets. Each book has it's own original foldout map tipped in at the rear. The Fellowships map has a 2 inch tear which has been repaired with clear archival tape to the verso, and it has been retipped into the rear of the book. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Tolkien Bookshelf
2015-03-05 03:33:39
MARION, Séraphin [1896-1983] & WALLACE, W. Stewart (William Stewart) [1884-1970]
Ottawa 1965 - 3 page Letter in FrenchOutstanding content. Marion obviously hugely respectful of Stewart Wallace is contacting him to ask him for his elaboration and perspective of a comment Wallace made in one of the paragraphs of his 1927 book, The Growth of Canadian National Feeling. Séraphin Marion is explains why "I would like you to give an element of justice and to make an issue - after almost 40 years" Very interesting and important historical letter on the Francophones outside of Quebec. Séraphin Marion was a Canadian professor, historian and literary critic. He was born in Ottawa on November 25, 1896. He was a vocal advocate of francophone rights outside Quebec. Marion graduated from the University of Ottawa with a BA in 1918 and MA in 1922. After receiving his doctorate from the Université de Paris, he taught French at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario (1920-1923). From 1926 to 1954 he taught French and French-Canadian literature at the University of Ottawa, later being named professor emeritus. He authored 20 studies, including a nine-volume collection entitled Les Lettres canadiennes d'autrefois (published between 1939 and 1958). He served as head translator and later as director of historical publications at the Public Archives of Canada (1923-1953). He was a member of the Royal Society of Canada (1934), the Académie canadienne-française and the Société des Dix (1962). Séraphin Marion died in Ottawa on November 29, 1983. The Séraphin Marion primary school in Ottawa, Ontario and Séraphin Marion street on the University of Ottawa campus we … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lord Durham Rare Books (IOBA)
2015-03-04 18:52:17
(Johnson, Lyndon Baines)
N.p. [Washington, D.C.], 1965. Color print, both inscription and signature beneath the image; with credit printed in the image at lower left. 10 x 8. Glazed and framed in tasteful black-and-gold wooden 16" x 19" frame. A few tiny nicks to frame, image fine. To Supreme Court Justice and UN Ambassador Arthur Goldberg The (undated) inscription reads: "To Arthur Goldberg-/ With the high regard and affection/ of his friend-/ Lyndon B. Johnson." Appointed by President Kennedy, Goldberg was an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1962 to 1965 and one of the most significant justices of the twentieth century. In his three terms on the bench he pushed the Court's toward a broader construction of personal rights, a course it followed over the following two decades. He is best known for his influential 1963 internal Supreme Court memorandum that condemned capital punishment as an example of "cruel and unusual punishment," as defined by the Eighth Amendment, and his opinion in Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), which argued against a Connecticut law banning the use of contraceptives because it violated an unumerated right to privacy guaranteed by the Ninth Amendment. The memo initiated a wave of litigation and legislation that led to the abolition of the death penalty in several states; the Griswold opinion laid the foundation for Roe v. Wade (1973), which established a women's right to have an abortion. When Adlai Stevenson, Ambassador to the United Nations, died in 1965 President Johnson decided to appoint Goldberg to fill his seat. Johnson's larger plan was to put Abe Fo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller
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2015-03-03 16:36:32
FRANCIS, DICK.
Michael Joseph, [1965]., London. First edition. Inked date on front fly leaf, else fine copy in price-clipped dust jacket with light wear to spine ends and corners. Sid Halley, ex-champion steeplechase jockey, wakes up in a hospital with his stomach full of holes. While convalescing, Sid encounters Howard Kraye, a man determined to take over Seabury Racecourse at any price. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA [GREENCASTLE, PA, U.S.A.]
2015-03-02 18:28:20
Bissell, Alfred E.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2015-03-01 22:47:39
Burroughs, William:
New York: ?"C?" Press. 1965. First edition. One of 10 lettered copies. Hardbound by the publisher in yellow, black and red patterned cloth and containing an original tissue guarded Burroughs manuscript page and an original artwork by Brion Gysin. Signed by Burroughs and Gysin twice (Once on their manuscript and original artwork page and again on the title underneath the stamped limitation statement). Four printed artworks by Brion Gysin. A fine copy. The work is a simulation of Time magazine, which included four of Gysin's drawings slipped into the Time layout and is one of Burroughs' earliest examples to merge the collage technique of art with the cut up technique of literature. It is the fullest expression of Burroughs' experimentation with the newspaper and magazine format that is part parody, and part critique as well as an expression of a new format and form capable of expressing a greater truth than fiction or journalism separately. Time goes to the heart of Burroughs' distrust of the mass media manipulation of image and news. The publication serves as confirmation of Burroughs early experiments with the visual arts and expresses elements of surrealism; the collage and assemblage art of Rauschenberg or Wallace Berman and his circle, Pop Art, and Mail Art are also all present in Time. The copy is letter G of the 10 copies lettered A - J, all of which were hardbound and issued with an original manuscript page collage by Burroughs and an original artwork by Gysin. A stellar copy of this important work. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lucius Books
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2015-03-01 21:20:02
Alcoholics Anonymous; Wilson, Bill
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 2-4, 1965 - INSCRIBED by AA Co-founder Bill W. to Al-Anon icon Rose R(acicot) of Ohio (her copy) and signed by Author Chuck C(hamberlain) and 75 other representatives, some group leaders, from cities all around America, and one from Geneva, Switzerland. Octavo, 47 pages, original blue-gray cloth, without dust jacket, as issued. Bill W. inscribed thus: "Dear Rose - / This in affection / Ever / Bill." Rose R. (Racicot) has been appointed AFG of Ohio's 2010 State AA Service Convention, with Al-Anon Participation Chairman (August 13 - 15) in Perrysburg, OH. Chuck C. (Chamberlain) is author of the book "A New Pair of Glasses" which is based on a talk given to 64 AA men at a retreat in Pala Mesa, California in 1975. He was an early leader of AA in Southern California.
Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ABAA
2015-02-26 23:13:53
Nikiforov, A.F.
Pergamon Press, Oxford 1965.. 319 S. mit zahlreichen Tabellen, 4°, Original-Kunstleder (Hardcover), Bibliotheks-Exemplar (ordnungsgemäß entwidmet) mit leichten Kleberückständen vom Rückenschild, Stempel auf Vortitel und auf Schnitt, insgesamt gutes und innen sauberes Exemplar, (library copy in good condition),.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Silvanus
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2015-02-26 16:41:24
Christiansen, M Skytte
Blandford Press, 1965, Hardcover, Book Condition: Near Fine Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First EditionFirst edition & printing in this form. Looks unread. Very slight creasing and fading. Green cloth with gilt on spine. No dust jacket. Hardback. Main language English. No ISBN shown. Weight 337g. Offers always considered - please contact us. nature
Bookseller: Booksort
2015-02-26 16:33:55
Hajj - photographs].
Hejaz, Addis Abeba, 1937-1965 and no date. 11 black and white photographs (gelatin silver prints, 50 x 69 to 180 x 230 mm). Photographs of the Mahmal on its way to Mecca, pilgrims performing the hajj, the Holy Kaaba, a scene of dhabiha, etc. Among the pilgrims pictured is among them Rajah Sayyid Harrun Putra ibni Sayyid Hassan Jamalullail, ruler of Malaysia, with the Emir of Mecca, Machaal ibn Abdulaziz, brother of H.R.H. King Faisal.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-02-25 21:11:21
Antin, David and Jerome Rothenberg (eds.)
Hawk's Well Press, 1965. Five numbers in four volumes, with two versions of the third number: 64, 68, (80) x 2, 118 pp., small 8vo. First three volumes sewn in signatures, last volume (double number 4-5) perfect-bound, all glued into illustrated wrappers. Covers by Amy Mendelson, Robert Morris, Andy Warhol, and George Maciunas. Numbers 2, 3, and 4-5 are signed by both Antin and Rothenberg. All in about very good condition, mostly unopened, with minor flaws: no. 1, covers rubbed and lightly scraped, and with a small tear at bottom of spine, otherwise a bright, tight copy; no. 2, light rubbing, creasing, and soiling to covers; no. 3 (rejected version), light staining, creasing, and abrasions to covers; no. 3 (final version) very good, with slight rumple to bottom of spine; no. 4-5, light rubbing and creasing to covers, otherwise about fine. A more-than-complete run of this legendary downtown New York magazine, which brought together poets and visual artists in powerful ways; a foretaste (and forecast) of the influential careers of the editors. This set includes both the rare rejected first version, and the final version, of Warhol’s notorious “Bomb Hanoi” cover for no. 3. In the first version, where the design called for a perforated sheet of gummed stamps, the printer had merely substituted dashed lines on a standard cover stock. At Warhol's insistence, the issue was reprinted with the cover corrected, and presumably copies of the first version were discarded. In addition, laid into issue no. 1, at David Antin's contribution ("definitions for mendy"), is a handwritten note, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Passages Bookshop [Portland, OR, U.S.A.]
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