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        Sweet Life (First Edition)

      Harry N. Abrams, New York 1966 - First Edition. 153 duotone plates. Contains 179 pages of beautiful photogravure illustrations and photos by Van der Elsken, documenting the artist's 14-month tour around the world. Text printed on brown textured paper. Fine and unread in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Fine and unread in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Lengthy owner notation to the half title page. Jacket lightly rubbed and soiled overall. Parr and Badger Vol. 1, pp. 254-255. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        The Fall

      The Allen Press, Kentfield, CA 1966 - A very handsome copy of this 1966 fine press limited edition of Camus's "The Fall". Lavishly published by Lewis & Dorothy Allen of Kentfield, CA in 1966, this folio was issued in an edition of only 140 copies. "The type face is Goudy Modern, hand-set; the paper is all-rag Arches from France, printed damp on an 1830 Acorn-Smith handpress". Clean and Near Fine to Fine in its duotone cloth. Aso includes a VG+ to Near Fine example of the publsher's mylar dustjacket. Translated from the French by Justin O'Brien. The publisher's original announcement ("Announcing a De Luxe Folio Limited Edition Produced Entirely by Hand at the Allen Press") laid-in as well. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Moon is a Harsh Mistress

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1966. Sixth Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. Sixth printing of the first edition. Signed by Robert A. Heinlein on the title page, and inscribed and by his wife, Virginia Heinlein, to a previous owner, and dated 3 September 1976. Near Fine with gilt stamping on spine slightly oxidized, and pages toned. In a Near fine dust jacket with publisher's price of $6.95 intact, and light rubbing at the extremities. A lovely copy of this Hugo Award winner, scarce signed.

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        Victorian Detective Fiction. A catalogue of the collection made by Dorothy Glover and Graham Greene bibliographically arranged by Eric Osborne. Introduced by John Carter.

      London: The Bodley Head, 1966 - Large octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine gilt, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. A fine copy in the jacket with a few very faint marks to front and back panel. First edition, first impression. One of 500 numbered copies signed by Glover, Carter and Greene. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Ein Landarzt. Fünf Lithographien zu der Erzählung von Franz Kafka. Vorwort von Hans A. Halbey.

      Hildesheim, Verlag Schrift und Bild, (1966). - Erste Ausgabe. - Nr. 83 von 100 Exemplaren auf Hahnemühle-Bütten. - Mappe leicht lichtrandig bzw. fleckig. - ge Gewicht in Gramm: 4000 Qu.-Gr.-Fol. (42,8 x 58,5 cm). 5 nn. Bll. (Titel, Text u. Druckvermerk) sowie 5 num. u. sign. Orig.-Lithographien von Hans Fronius, lose in OHLwd.-Mappe. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Cartoon2 / Yabunirami No Concert

      Tokyo: Salon de Coo / Toshiba Records, 1966. Fine copy overlaid in seemingly original publisher's glassine jacket with a few small nicks and tears.. First Edition. Square octavo. SIGNED by Kuri. Number 4 of around 300 copies. Red vinyl 7 inch LP with two tracks narrated by Yoko Ono in English inserted in the inside front cover. The book contains 12 illustrated pages of black and white cartoon imagery by Yoji Kuri, a well-known Japanese cartoonist, independent filmmaker, and pioneer of Japanese animation. The images act as the story board for the reader to follow along with Ono's narration. No copies in OCLC.

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        Many Are Called

      New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1966. Hardcover. First edition, first printing. Very Good+ hardcover with crisp white lettering to the black cloth and light rubbing at the extremities in a Poor dust jacket with loss at the heel, crown and tips and a one-inch by one-inch chip to the front and wear at the edges. All five panels of the dust jacket are present but the front flap has separated and the front and back panels are separated at the spine; the pieces are held together by a mylar cover that gives the appearance of being whole. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. 178 pages; 90 b&w plates; 9.75 x 8 inches. Errata slip bound in. In 1938, Walker Evans began surreptitiously photographing people on the New York City subway. With his camera hidden in his coat, he captured the faces of riders hurtling through the dark tunnels, wrapped in their own private thoughts. By 1940-41, Evans had made over six hundred photographs and had begun to edit the series. The book remained unpublished until 1966 when The Museum of Modern Art mounted an exhibition of Evans's subway portraits.

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        Alibi A Loup D'Angle

      Editions Du Pi-hi, Bs. As. 1966 - Edicion numerada de 22 ejemplares con un grabado original de Enrique Molina, el mismo n° 3. 47 paginas. Firmado. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Sonia Delaunay-Rythmes - Couleurs-1966 Serigraph

      1966 - "Rythmes - Couleurs" by Sonia Delaunay, Unsigned Serigraph printed in 1966. The overall size of the Serigraph is 25.75 x 17 inches. The condition of this piece has been graded as B: Very Good Condition, with signs of handling or age. Here is some supplemental information about the Serigraph: Exhibition print made for the Sonia Delaunay exhibition titled Rythmes - Couleurs. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Portrait of Cavafy II.

      London: Editions Alecto,, 1966. Copper plate etching on Crisbrook handmade paper. Plate size: 36 x 23 cm. Sheet size: 57 x 39.5 cm. Excellent condition. Presented float mounted in a white wooden frame with UV perspex. Unnumbered proof aside from the edition of 300. Signed and dated in pencil by Hockney lower right.

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        Dictionnaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs: 8 Tomes (Eight Volumes)

      (France): Librairie Grund. 1966. Nouvelle edition. Complete eight volume set. Burgundy cloth with gilt letters on front boards and spines. Text in French. Light water stain on page fine foredges of the first three volumes, else very good or better in the original unprinted mylar dustwrappers, very good with panels dulled, volume two has two large tears at bottom edge. .

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        Le cheval évanoui suivi de L'écharde

      - Julliard, Paris 1966, 14,5x21,5cm, broché. - Prima edizione, uno dei 60 esemplari numerati su Arches, testina di stampa. Bellissimo esemplare. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 60 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin d'Arches, tirage de tête. Bel exemplaire.

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        The Last Picture Show

      The Dial Press, 1966. A near fine first edition (so stated on copyright page) in a near fine dust jacket.

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        [TOTAL: 13 OFFPRINTS] [1] EDGAR, R. S. & W. B. WOOD. Morphogenesis of bacteriophage T4 in extracts of mutant-infected cells. Offprint from: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol. 55, No. 3, March 1966. pp. 498-505. [See below or request list for inventory of offprints included].

      [New York]:: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1966.. Self-wraps. Communicated by Max Delbrück. Fine. Self-wraps. Pencil initials of Norman H. Horowitz. [Various of these papers in in collaboration with] G. H. Denhardt, F. H. Epstein, R. P. Feynman, Leland H. Hartwell, S. Klein, I. Lielausis, C. M. Steinberg, W. B. Wood.]. PIONEER RESEARCH WITH VIRAL T4 BACTERIOPHAGE. Robert [“Bob”] S. Edgar, known for his work with bacteriophage T4, studied under Dr. August H. Doermann at Stanford University, initially went to study the mechanism of recombination in bacteria at the Institut Pasteur, Paris, was later associated with the Dept. of Biology, University of Rochester, NY, University of California-Santa Cruz, and the Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena (thus the Richard Feynman connection). He worked with Norman H. Horowitz, had his own lab, and was a leader in the field of human microbiology and human genetics. He retired ca. 1990. [FULL INVENTORY: [TOTAL: 13 OFFPRINTS] [1] EDGAR, R. S. & W. B. WOOD. Morphogenesis of bacteriophage T4 in extracts of mutant-infected cells. Offprint from: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol. 55, No. 3, March 1966. pp. 498-505. Self-wraps. Communicated by Max Delbrück. Fine. [2] EDGAR, R. S. Phenotypic properties of heterozygotes in the bacteriophage T4. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 43, No. 2, March 1958. pp. 235-248 Self-wraps. [3] EDGAR, R. S. & C. M. STEINBERG. On the Origin of High Negative Interference over Short Segments of the Genetic Structure of Bacteriophage T4. Offprint from: Virology, Vol. 6, 1958. pp. 115-128. Self-wraps. [4] EDGAR, R. S. Mapping Experiments with rII and h Mutants of Bacteriophage T4D. Offprint from: Virology, Vol. 6, 1958. pp. 215-225. Self-wraps. [5] EDGAR, R. S. & F. H. EPSTEIN. Inactivation by Ultraviolet Light of an Acriflavine-Sensitive Gene Function in Phage T4D. Offprint from: Science, Vol. 134, No. 3475, August 4, 1961. pp. 327-8. Self-wraps. [6] STEINBERG, C. M., & R. S. EDGAR. “On the Absence of High Negative Interference in Triparental Crosses.” Offprint from: Virology, vol. 15, no. 4, 1961. [New York]: Academic Press, 1961. 8vo. 511-512 pp. Single leaf. Fine. [7] HARTWELL, Leland H. An Upper Limit to the Map Distance Separating the Two Cistrons of the rII Region of Bacteriophage T4B. Offprint from: Virology, Vol. 15, No. 4, December 1961. pp. 510-11. Self-wraps. [8] EDGAR, R. S., R. P. FEYNMAN, S. KLEIN, I. LIELAUSIS & C. M. STEINBERG. Mapping experiments with r Mutants of Bacteriophage T4D. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 47, No. 2, February 1962. pp. 179-186. Self-wraps. [9] STEINBERG, C. M. & R. S. Edgar. A critical test of a current theory of genetic recombination in bacteriophage. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 47, No. 2, February 1962. pp. 187-208. Self-wraps. [10] EDGAR, R. S., G. H. DENHARDT & R. H. EPSTEIN. A comparative genetic study of conditional lethal mutations of bacteriophage T4D. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 49, No. 4, April 1964. pp. 635-648. Self-wraps. [11] EDGAR, R. S. & I. LIELAUSIS. Temperature-sensitive mutants of bacteriophage T4D: Their isolation and genetic characterization. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 49, No. 4, April 1964. pp. 649-662. Self-wraps. [12] EDGAR, R. S. & R. H. EPSTEIN. Conditional lethal mutations in bacteriophage T. Offprint from: Genetics Today, Proc. of the XI IntÂ’l. Congr. of Genetics, 1964. Self-wraps. Ink initials of Norman H. Horowitz. [13] EDGAR, R. S. The Bacteriophage Chromosome. Offprint from: the National Cancer Institute Monograph No. 18, Genes and Chromosomes, 1965. pp. 67-77.].

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        SHADOW DANCE

      London: Heinemann, 1966. Gilt cloth textured boards. First edition of the author's first novel. Fine in near fine dust jacket with just a hint of sunning to the spine, a trace of handling to the front and rear panels and the publisher's supplemental price sticker on the front jacket panel. A decidedly better copy than usually encountered these days.

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        Oskar Kokoschka, October-November 1966

      Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, New York 1966 - 131 pp., illus. (some col.); 23 cm. BOLDLY SIGNED "Oskar Kokoschka, 5.XI.66" on the front cover, under the printed signature accompanying the self-portrait. Tight, clean copy. Tanned edges. The preeminent Austrian Expressionist, Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980) is one of the leading masters of modernism. Copiously illustrated with examples of Kokoschka's paintings and graphic works. A rare find. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Forum (118 issues of Ray Palmer's Forum)

      Mundelein, IL: Palmer Publications, Inc, 1966-1977. Paperback. An incomplete run. The issues which are present are as follows: January 1, 1966, Volume 1, Number 1 -February 1, 1966, Volume 1, Number 3, May 1, 1966, Volume 1, Number 9 - December 15, 1966, Volume 1, Number 24; January 1, 1967, Issue No. B-1 - December 1967, Volume 2, Number 39; January 1968, Volume 3, Number 40 - December 1968, Volume 3, Number 51; February 1969, Volume 4, Number 54 - December 1969, Volume 4, Number 63; January 1970, Volume 5, Number 64 - December 1970, Volume 5, Number 75; January 1971, Volume 6, Number 76 - December 1971, Volume 6, Number 87; January 1972, Volume 7, Number 88 - November 1972, Volume 7, Number 98; January 1973, Volume 8, Number 100 - March 1973, Volume 8, Number 102, June 1973, Volume 8, Number 105 - August 1973, Volume 8, Number 107; January 1974, Volume 9, Number 112 - March 1974, Volume 9, Number 114; March 1975, Volume 10, Number 126, June 1975, Volume 10, Number 129, July 1975, Volume 10, Number 130, September 1975, Volume 10, Number 132; Spring 1977, Volume 12, Number 143. Most are slim duodecimos. Several are slim octavos or quartos. Stapled printed wraps. Very good condition. Very sporadic dates and minor notations in pencil on the pages. From the publisher- "FORUM is for those who are willing to share their thoughts, experiences and conclusions with others, and at the same time subject them to the cross-examination of honest debate and analysis. No subject is taboo if presented in honor and decency. FORUM is your round table of expression; so 'Let us reason together.'

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        Grand Slam Golf.

      London: Cassel, 1966. First British edition. Octavo, original cloth. Signed "Best Wishes Gary Player" in a contemparary signature. Very good in an excellent dust jacket that shows light wear. Gary Player is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of golf. Over his career, Player accumulated nine major championships on the regular tour and six Champions Tour major championship victories, as well as three Senior British Open Championships on the European Senior Tour. At the age of 29, Player won the 1965 U.S. Open and became the only non-American to win all four majors, known as the career Grand Slam. Player became only the third golfer in history to win the Career Grand Slam, following Ben Hogan and Gene Sarazen, and only Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods have performed the feat since.

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        Typed letter signed in dark blue ink to "Mrs. Koster" mentioning the composer's opera Albert Herring.

      1 page. Folio (ca. 254 x 203 mm). Dated July 30, 1966. On stationery with "The Red House, Aldeburgh, Suffolk" printed at head. Britten thanks Mrs. Koster for sending him the program of a performance of Albert Herring at the New England Conservatory. He is glad she is enjoying her teaching at the Conservatory, and sends "best wishes from myself and Peter Pears." "I was very touched that the performers should all sign the programme for me, and I would be very glad if you would thank them warmly. I am glad that your account of the performance was so favourable, because it cannot be easy for people who live so far from East Suffolk to catch its spirit. The arrival into the garden sounds something very special!" Slightly worn; creased at folds; very small perforation and short tear to blank upper margin, not affecting text. Albert Herring was first performed at Glyndebourne on June 20, 1947, with the composer conducting. Britten, a composer, conductor, and pianist, was a dominant force in English art music of the 20th century. "Notable among his musical and professional achievements are the revival of English opera, initiated by the success of Peter Grimes in 1945." Philip Brett et al in Grove Music Online.

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        KUROSAWA, AKIRA .Scarce Typed Letter Signed on "Tokyo Prince Hotel" stationery stamped "Kurosawa Productions, Ltd.", 4to, Tokyo, July 27, 1966

      - The highly influential director writes to Sidney, most likely Sidney Carroll, American screenwriter best known for "The Hustler." Kurowsawa discusses his script, "The Runaway Train," that would not be made into a film until 1985. Kurosawa wrote the screenplay with Hideo Oguni and Ryuzo Kikushima in 1965. Carroll's task was to convert the dialogue into American vernacular and the structure into American production standards. American producer Joseph E. Levine became interested in making the film, which would have been Kurosawa's first outside of the Japanese studio system. The film was to be shot in the US between October 1966 and February 1967 for a late 1967 release. It would be Kurosawa's first film shot in color, but predominantly dominated by black train engines and a white snow covered landscape. Various problems ensued, which prompted Kurosawa to request a one year delay and Levine to ultimately cancel production. The screenplay circulated for the next fifteen years, was ultimately picked by the Cannon Group and turned into a film released in 1985. The film's director, Andrei Konchalovsky, sought and gained Kurosawa's approval for the project. (see Hiroshi Tasogawa's book "All the Emperor's Men," 2012, Applause). Kurosawa writes, "Dear Sidney. I was completely fascinated by your great talent. I do have trust on what you have done, but not on its translation in Japanese. However, I have made a few basic changes of structure and made long dialogues shorter when I feel it is vitally necessary to do so actually. But, I think there is not much difference between your image and mine. Let us give a big toast to our THE RUNAWAY TRAIN together when we see it in a screen." He signs in his bold hand, "Akira Kurosawa." Type has somewhat faded but all text remains clear. Sunning evident across top margin and, on verso, at top left corner, some uneven browning.

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        THE MOON IS A HARSH MISTRESS

      G.P. Putnam's Sons [1966], New York - Octavo, cloth. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 4-204. Hugo award winner 1967, Nebula nominee 1966. A very good copy, front end papers have been replaced, in a nearly fine later printing dust jacket which trims a little shorter than the book with a jacket price of $6.95 (first print jacket is $5.95). (9477) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Portrait of Cavafy II.

      London: Editions Alecto, 1966 - Excellent condition. Presented float mounted in a white wooden frame with UV perspex. Copper plate etching on Crisbrook handmade paper. Plate size: 36 x 23 cm. Sheet size: 57 x 39.5 cm. Unnumbered proof aside from the edition of 300. Signed and dated in pencil by Hockney lower right. SAC 59; Tokyo 59

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        WASSILY KANDINSKY

      EDIZIONI PAOLINE, DEVENTER 1966 - ITALIANO Numerose illustrazioni a colori ed in nero in pagine lievemente ingiallite ai bordi causa tempo, brossura editoriale illustrata, ingiallita e con lievi segni di usura

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        The Fall

      Kentfield, CA: The Allen Press, 1966. Cloth. Near Fine/Near Fine. A very handsome copy of this 1966 fine press limited edition of Camus's "The Fall". Lavishly published by Lewis & Dorothy Allen of Kentfield, CA in 1966, this folio was issued in an edition of only 140 copies. "The type face is Goudy Modern, hand-set; the paper is all-rag Arches from France, printed damp on an 1830 Acorn-Smith handpress". Clean and Near Fine to Fine in its duotone cloth. Aso includes a VG+ to Near Fine example of the publsher's mylar dustjacket. Translated from the French by Justin O'Brien. The publisher's original announcement ("Announcing a De Luxe Folio Limited Edition Produced Entirely by Hand at the Allen Press") laid-in as well.

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        Wild Flowers of the United States - 14 vols. lacking index

      NY: McGraw-Hill, 1966. 6 vols. in 14 books, all 1sts. Does not include Index. All are sm. folio size in handsome cloth, without slipcases or djs. In vg+ condition (spine ends lightly bumped; vol. 6 pt. 2 has top of the spine pulled a bit but not torn) except for vol. 2 pt. 2 which is vg (tiny tear to spine tail). Will require extra charges to ship.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

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        Joan Miro-Recent Paintings 1945-1963-1966 Lithograph

      1966 - "Recent Paintings 1945-1963" by Joan Miro, Unsigned Lithograph printed in 1966. The overall size of the Lithograph is 29.25 x 19.75 inches. The condition of this piece has been graded as D: Heavy signs of wear, Torn, Damaged. SOLD AS IS. Price Reflects Condition. Here is some supplemental information about the Lithograph: Reference #23 from J. Corredor-Matheos, "Miro's Posters', 1980"Recent Paintings 1945-1963" Exhibition. 1966.Poster produced for the exhibition of paitings done by Oan Miro between 1945 and 1963, at te Marlborough Gallery, London (April - May 1966)Size 74.5 x 50 cm on standard paperPublished by Marborough Gallery, London. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Message From The Interior

      New York: Eakins Press, 1966. First edition. Hardcover. Includes twelve full-page gravure photographs. A close to near fine copy in cloth boards with some slight wear to the spine ends and corners and with some. A beautifully printed book in the much less common cloth issue.

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        The Roar of Thunder

      New York: Simon and Schuster, (1966). New York: Simon and Schuster. (1966). First. First American edition. Fine in a nice, near fine dustwrapper with a bit of rubbing, mostly on the front panel, and a couple of miniscule tears. Smith's scarce third book. with none of the usual spine fading. .

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        Arms and Influence.

      Yale University Press, New Haven 1966 - First edition. Octavo, original red cloth. Signed by Thomas Schelling on the title page. Near fine in a very good dust jacket with some rubbing to the spine. A very nice example of an important book, that is uncommon signed. In Arms and Influence, Nobel Prize-winning economist Thomas Schelling argues that bargaining power, and the exploitation of this power, for good or evil, to preserve peace or to threaten war, is diplomacy—the diplomacy of violence. The author concentrates in this book on the way in which military capabilities—real or imagined—are used, skillfully or clumsily, as bargaining power. He sees the steps taken by the U.S. during the Berlin and Cuban crises as not merely preparations for engagement, but as signals to an enemy, with reports from the adversary's own military intelligence as our most important diplomatic communications. Even the bombing of North Vietnam, Mr. Schelling points out, is as much coercive as tactical, aimed at decisions as much as bridges. "An exemplary text on the interplay of national purpose and military force" (Book Week). In 2005, Schelling shared the Nobel Prize in Economics for "having enhanced our understanding of conflict and cooperation through game-theory analysis." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Modern Coin Magic

      The Ireland Magic Company 1966 - Chicago, IL: The Ireland Magic Company, 1966. Revised edition. Hardcover. 519 pp. New, in unclipped jacket. Both fine. In original shipping box. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Seasons comprising An Impression of Winter Spring Summer Autumn

      

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        The Devil's Brigade [Association Copy]

      Philadelphia and New York: Chilton Books, 1966. Hardcover. Very good/good. SIGNED. 259pp. Octavo [23 cm] in brown cloth with blind-embossed device on front board. Entire foot of jacket at rear cover torn away to a depth of 3/4", edgewear and short tears to jacket; boards are crisp and unworn, light soiling to rear free endpaper and rear flyleaf. Signed by many of the cast and crew of the 1968 film based on the book, including stars William Holden and Cliff Robertson, director Andrew V. McLaglen, and real-life protagonist Major General Robert T. Frederick (played by Holden). This copy belonged to a Utah native who acted as an extra in the film and had it signed as a keepsake. Some of the battle scenes (set in a German stronghold in Italy) were filmed on Mount Jordan, near Draper, Utah. Supposedly, the casting of several Brigham Young University students as extras in a party scene created unforeseen problems when they were unable to smoke as called for in the script.The Devil's Brigade and the film it inspired tell the story of the 1st Special Service Force, a joint U.S. and Canadian commando unit in WWII. Signatures and inscriptions appear throughout the front matter of the book, with a single inscription on rear flyleaf.Signed by: William Holden; Cliff Robertson; Andrew V. McLaglen; Robert T. Frederick; Vince Andrews; Andrew Prine; Claude Akins; Jack Watson; Richard Jaeckel; Richard Dawson; Tom Troupe; Jean-Paul Vignon; Harry Carey, Jr.; Merrill J. Kurtzhall (consultant); Dennis Donnelly (second assistant director); Newt Arnold (second assistant director); Ted Tetrick (wardrobe); Thalia Phillips (uncredited). Additionally, there are three illegible signatures, two belonging to extras who played Canadian soldiers and one to someone in wardrobe.

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        The Story of Ferdinand

      New York: The Viking Press, 1966. Hardcover. Fine/Near fine. Illustrated by Robert Lawson.. 31st printing. Thin 4to. Pictorial orange cloth. Illustrated throughout. A fine copy in the reinforced library binding. The dustwrapper is near fine with light rubbing at the edges and folds, two tiny closed marginal tears. It is unclipped at the bottom, showing the library price of $2.57. Inscribed on the front free endpaper "For Donna, with best wishes of Ferdinand and Munro Leaf." And with a sketch of a little girl (presumably Donna), a sketch of Ferdinand, and a sketch of the author. A later hand has added the date of March 15, 1967.

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        Les Français -

      Edition des peintres témoins de leur temps A l'occasion de leur XVe exposition au Musée Galliera, 1966. - - 1 volume. Fort in-4. Non paginé. Sous coffret bleue marine. Sous chemise beige rempliée avec titre en doré. Intérieur très frais. Parmi les 56 peintres ou sculpteurs : Yves brayer, Aristide Caillaud, Carzou, Jean Commère, Marcel Gili, Grau-Sala, Moretti, etc.Les textes originaux sont de Barjavel, Jean Dutourd, Robert Escarpit, René Etiemble, René Fallet, Albert Memmi, Vercors, etc. Très bon état. TIRAGE LIMITE. Celui-ci un des 150 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin d'Arches avec 2 gravures originales par Jean CARZOU et une affiche pliée sous chemise.

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        Derriére le Miroir 157. Steinberg 1966.

      Paris: Maeght, 1966. SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION, number 9 of only 150 copies signed by Steinberg. Devoted to Steinberg's 1966 exhibition of 67 drawings and collages, this issue is complete with 19 reproductions: 12 black-and-white and 7 color lithographs, including two double-page. Printed on Velin de Lana.Note: The limited edition is of vastly superior quality than the corresponding trade issue of Derriére le Miroir.Paris: Maeght, 1966. Folio, lithographed wrappers; original board chemise and slipcase. A fine copy. Fine.

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        Obraz a písmo [Image and Letter]. Exhibition catalog on Czech concrete poetry and visual art, signed by most contributors

      Muzeum v Kolín, Kolín 1966 - Octavo (21 × 15 cm). Original pictorial wrappers; [32] pp. Folding front and rear wrappers with illustrations to rectos and versos; numerous illustrations throughout. Signed by five of the contributors: Ji í Kolá , Josef Hir?al, Ji?í Valoch, Bohumila Grögerová, and Ladislav Nebeský. Very good. Scarce catalog of an exhibition of Czech concrete poetry and narrative art at the Museum in Kolín, outside Prague, held in 1966. With typographic design and layout by Jan Kubi?ek, and edited jointly by Zden?k Felix and Ji?í Kolá? Contains an essay by Ji?í Padrta entitled "The world of images and letters," an essay by Felix entitled "Letter, signs, words, images," and a mini-anthology of Czech-language concrete poetry texts edited by Ji?í Kolá? Among the authors represented are V?ra Va?ilová, Ji?í Kolá?, Josef Hir?al, Ji?í Valoch, Bohumila Grögerová, Emil Juli?, Vladimir Burda, Ladislav Novák, Zden?k Barborka, Jind?ich Procházka, Ladislav Nebeský, and Ji?í Honys; five of the most significant concrete poets of the time have signed their contributions in our copy. KVK, OCLC show copies at British Library, Leeds, MART, MIT, and Stedelijk Museum. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Origin Magazine, Third Series (Complete Run 1-20)

      Kyoto, Japan: Origin Press, 1966-1971. First Printings (All 20) / Association Copies (All 20) / Contributor's Copies (3). Stapled Wrappers. Near Fine-Very Fine. Cid Corman's "Origin Magazine" was one of the most influential outlets for the publication of mid-century American poetic development & scores of other vocationally-committed poets worldwide. Origin gained special reputation as an early herald of the work of Charles Olson, Gary Snyder, Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, Paul Blackburn, Robert Kelly & other celebrated innovators. It also provided a platform for promoting earlier pioneers like Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams & numerous champions of the European avant-garde like Antonin Artaud--a favorite of many Beat-&-Beyond authors--including the former proprietor of this collection; the esteemed poet, translator, & Guggenheim Fellow Clayton Eshleman, who carried a direct & intense correspondence with Cid Corman spanning many years. The third series of Origin Magazine spans the years 1966-1971, and boasts an incredible 20 issues--counting a host of literary immortals like Paul Celan, Objectivist poet Lorine Niedecker, and Corman himself. Another notable issue in the Third Series comes from a little-appreciated, fascinating eccentric of French Letters, Rene Daumal, whose "Mount Analogue" was re-published by Lawrence Ferlinghetti's City Lights Books in 1968. Another title that demands special mention is the inclusion of literary & visual work by Josef Albers, whose storied involvement with Black Mountain College & tenure as Rector after the ousting of founder John Andrew Rice proved the most fruitful period in the history of the college pre-Olson. As enumerated by Martin Duberman's exceptional biography "Black Mountain College: An Exploration in Community," Albers was an exceptional orator to boot, and this fact grows more remarkable with the cognition that English was a second language he initially "struggled" with. Original paintings by Albers have recently sold for multiple millions at auction, and are proof of Albers' lasting & visionary influence. (Black Mountain: An Exploration in Community, Martin Duberman, E.P. Dutton, 1972). Each issue of Origin Magazine primarily featured work by a single author, but every issue was also augmented by a few contributions from other authors usually already familiar to publication in Origin.Here are the issues in chronological order: (1) Cid Corman, April 1966. Featuring poems from Corman, "Letters ON MEASURE" between Corman & William Carlos Williams, Corman on "The Image" in poetry, and early biographical spotlights and song lyrics from cardinal figures of American Blues music. Sections on Blind Lemon Jefferson, Mississippi John Hurt, Blind Willie McTell, Robert Johnson, Lightning' Hopkins, John Lee Hooker, & Sleepy John Estes (most notably an early influence on John Lennon) presented alongside other lesser-known figures. Eshleman has hand-signed his name in black pen ink at the top right-hand corner of the first page of the book; signature reads: "Clayton Eshleman / NYC 1966."(2) Lorine Niedecker, July 1966. Niedecker, a poet most often associated with Louis Zukofsky & the "Objectivist" movement in poetry, is a criminally-underread 20th century master. Sections of letters, a smattering of poems by the featured poet, a suite of 9 Cesar Vallejo translations by Clayton Eshleman, and the usual Origin practice of limited inclusion from other writers at the tail end of the magazine by Mary Barnard, Cid Corman, and Andre du Bochet.(3) Andre Du Bouchet, October 1966. Du Bouchet's family left Nazi occupied Europe in 1941, and he became a student first at Amherst College, then Harvard University. Du Bouchet was a friend & contemporary of such storied art immortals as surrealist masters Pierre Reverdy & Rene Char, as well as legendary sculptor Alberto Giacometti. (CerisePress.com). Also contained are pieces by Umberto Saba and Cid Corman. Clayton Eshleman’s ownership signature appears on first page of magazine at top right hand corner in bold black pen ink and reads: "Clayton Eshleman / NYC 1966."(4) Kusano Shimpei, January 1967. Shimpei is a Japanese poet, who, in early adulthood studied poetics in China. This study of Chinese poetry heavily informed the work he would come to be known for, and, not unlike Jacques Prevert, Shimpei's most notable poetry (in his case, about frogs, not the birds of Prevert) was almost wholly internalized by Japanese schoolchildren countrywide. (Project for Innovative Poetry). Contains many Shimpei poems and a long poem by Rene Char. Clayton Eshleman’s ownership signature appears on first page of magazine at top right hand corner in bold black pen ink and reads: "Clayton Eshleman 1967. NYC."(5) William Bronk, April 1967. A little-known poet who counted Charles Olson among his few enthusiastic supporters, William Bronk was largely the discovery of Cid Corman, and Corman proved the most influential promoter of Bronk's work throughout his lifetime. (famouspoetsandpoems.com). Also included are contributions by Corman & a sole contribution from Douglas Woolf. (6) Douglas Woolf, July 1967. Harvard graduate, is best known as an "American author of gently comic fiction about people unassimilated into materialistic, technological society." (The Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica, Encyclopedia Britannica, 2003). Issue concludes with seven poems by Cid Corman. (7) Seymour Faust, October 1967. Published in 1958 by friend & contemporary Jerome Rothenberg's Hawk's Well Press, Faust was a poet whose work was championed early on by Rothenberg & later by Cid Corman. (Jerome Rothenberg, Seymour Faust: Two Poems Recovered & an Added Fragment (Redux), www.jacket2.org.) Issue closes with work by Cid Corman and Lorine Niedecker. (8) Josef Albers, January 1968. As alluded to above, Issue 8 is the incredibly special Josef Albers issue, featuring not only the aforementioned art criticism from Albers but also work from John Dewey, "last of the French Symbolists" Paul Valery, Louis Zukofsky, Wallace Stevens, Anni Albers (the painter's wife, an undisputed master of weaving), Gerard Manley Hopkins, Rainer Maria Rilke, and Cid Corman himself. 6 full-color Albers plates contained within ("Overlapping," "Ascension," "Prefatio," "Homage to the Square: Salute," "Structural Constellation," & "White Line Squares."). (9) Francis Ponge, April 1968. Francis Ponge was a fringe Surrealist who was part of the now-internationally canonized Breton circle, spending many formative years as their observative contemporary. Also featured are contributions by Lorine Niedecker, William Bronk, Seymour Faust & Cid Corman.(10) Rene Daumal, July 1968. As referenced above, Rene Daumal, notorious experimentalist of French Letters, died an early death while working on his uncompleted masterwork, "Mount Analogue." Daumal--in a historical echo of what would later happen to Syd Barrett--had what was effectively a personal chemist & thus unusual access to intoxicants. This "experimentation" often induced him into "Season in Hell," Rimbaud-like states because not everything he took was "commonly used," as opiates, amphetamines, stimulants & cannabis are commonly used. Daumal had a taste for inhalants, which ultimately led to his untimely demise. Even so, his masterwork continues to inspire and his mythical legacy will float about the ether of literary history forever. The issue features poetry & prose from Daumal as well as work by Daphne Marlatt, Clayton Eshleman, and three short essays by William Bronk.(11) Chuang-Tzu, October 1968. Issue 11 of Origin Magazine placed focus on the ancient "influential Chinese philosopher" Chaung-Tzu, who further developed principles outlined in Lao-Tzu's Tao Te Ching (Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy).(12) Denis Goacher, January 1969. Issue 12 contains work by Denis Goacher, an early visitor to notorious modernist master Ezra Pound "...in Washington in 1953, becoming Ezra Pound's secretary, visiting him at St Elizabeth's Hospital, typing his pronouncements, his poetry. His careful documentation of Pound's predicament at the time, and the campaign for his release, remains crucial. He became lifelong friends with Basil Bunting - sent to meet him by Pound." (Independent.co.uk: Obituaries: Dennis Goacher). Also included are contributions from Lorine Niedecker, Gael Turnbull, William Bronk, Daphne Marlatt, & Cid Corman.(13) Jean Daive, April 1969. Origin 13 is a feature on French avant-garde poet Jean Daive. "Unlike some of his contemporaries, he does not avoid drama. The very silences between his short verbal disjunctive constructs carry emotion-like erratic nervous ticks. Behind the fracturing of his sentences, there is a narrative movement...like fast-moving films. Memory breaks into the present, making what is present veiled, but the action is always engaging, even dramatic, yet strangely disengaged as with the hysterical girl and the man who is 'north of human'." (www.burningdeck.com, Harriet Zinnes, Small Press). Also featured are contributions by Cid Corman and Rene Daumal.(14) John Taggart, July 1969. "Influenced by poets Charles Olson and George Oppen, philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, and novelist Herman Melville, Taggart’s poetry is informed by composition techniques often associated with Objectivist theory. Taggart discussed his compositional process in an interview for Flashpoint magazine, stating, "I see it as addressing form, and working with form […] as a grid. The task is to set it up; then once you’re in it, to not so much get out of it, but as you’re going along to go beyond it, to go off grid." As Robert Creeley noted, "John Taggart has long been a master of accumulating complexly layered patterns of sound and sense." (Poetry Foundation). Also included are contributions by Jonathan Greene, Seymour Faust, Denis Goacher, Michael Howden, Larry Eigner, George Johnston, William Bronk, and Cid Corman. (15) Paul Celan, October 1969. "Celan was familiar with at least six languages, and fluent in Russian, French, and Romanian. In Paris, he taught German language and literature at L’École Normale Supérieure and earned a significant portion of his income as a translator, translating a wide range of work, from Robert Frost, Marianne Moore, and Emily Dickinson to Arthur Rimbaud, Antonin Artaud, and Charles Baudelaire...Though he lived in France and was influenced by the French surrealists, he wrote his own poetry in German." (Poetry Foundation). Also included are translations of Rimbaud by Denis Goacher, nine poems from Francis Ponge, and an essay by French philosopher Maurice Merleau-Ponty closing the issue. (16) Daphne Marlatt, January 1970. "Marlatt began writing seriously during the 1960’s amidst a wave of West Coast poets who were seriously committed to creating a new and distinct poetic sensibility...She typically deploys long lines of internal dialogue and narrative poetry arranged into what she calls "stanzagraphs." She favours etymological deconstruction and wordplay." (AthabascaUniversity.ca). Also includes contributions by Stephen Wiest, Seymour Faust, & Denis Goacher. (17) Philippe Jaccottett, April 1970. "...Jaccottet is a writer of exacting attention. Through keen observations of the natural world, of art, literature, music, and reflections on the human condition, Jaccottet opens his readers’ eyes to the transcendent in everyday life." (The Second Seedtime: Notebooks 1980-1984, University of Chicago Press, 2017). Also included are works by Du Bouchet, Cid Corman, & William Bronk. (18) Jonathan Greene, July 1970. Poet Jonathan Greene went to Bard College and studied under "Confessional" poet Robert Lowell. (Poetry Foundation). Greene's importance must not be relegated to merely a student of a famous teacher, but the inquisitive & curious will be quick to find much of worth in this exceptional gathering of his verses. Also included are works by Mario Luzi, Clayton Eshleman, John Taggart & Denis Goacher.(19) Frank Samperi, October 1970. Frank Samperi, a poet born in Brooklyn, New York, early on was influenced by Thomas Aquinas and Dante Alighieri. Upon achieving a greater efficacy and skill in his practice, Samperi was mentored by poets Louis Zukofsky and Cid Corman. (Poetry Foundation). Also featured are 9 poems from Lorine Niedecker that complete the issue. (20) Hitomaro, January 1971. "Japan's first great literary figure," Kakinomoto Hitomaro "...achieved in his poems a splendid balance between the homely qualities of primitive song and the more sophisticated interests and literary techniques of a new age." (The Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica, Kakinomoto Hitomaro, Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., 2009). A deeper layer of intrigue & association is added to the incredible provenance of this collection when considering that Eshleman not only contributed to the magazine & was profoundly close with its founder, but also knew and corresponded with many of the poets who were being published in the magazine alongside him. (1) In fine condition with only slight rubbing to front, back covers & minor rubbing to spine; slight shelf-wear throughout; light bumps at all corners; minor bump-crease to bottom right corner of front cover; similar bump-crease to top left, top right corners of back cover; four tiny spots near leftmost fine-edge of same; slight age-toning nearest spine-edge; minute rusting & bleeding to staples; Eshleman (beginning on pg. 25) began a re-numbering of the pages, with hand-cut & subsequently pasted small squares of paper with a new pagination beginning with "43" on what otherwise would have been pg. 25. (2) In fine condition with only slight rubbing to front, back covers; few instances of singular spotting to same; horizontal creases running through length of spine from Eshleman’s apparent use; slightest rusting to staples; slight shelf-wear throughout; minute bump to top left corner of back cover.(3) In fine condition with only slight rubbing to front, back covers; horizontal crease from Eshleman’s apparent use running through length of spine; moderate rusting to staples; slight shelf-wear & age-toning throughout; one spot at top fine-edge of back cover near top left corner; moderate instance of cluster-spotting just under Du Bouchet’s name at back cover table of contents. (4) In very fine condition with only slightest rubbing to front, back covers; age-toning to & horizontal creases at spine; minute browning at singular spot on back cover just above table of contents; only faintest instance of rusting at staples. (5) In fine condition with slight rubbing to front, back covers esp. at fine-edges of verso wrapper; coffee stain to top left-hand corner of front cover; slight shelf-wear throughout; minor bump-crease to top right-hand corner of front cover; minute bumps to top left, bottom left corners of same; minute rusting, tiniest bleeding to staples.(6) In fine condition with only slight rubbing to front, back covers; slight chipping, tiny tears at exposed staples; age-toning to front, back covers at fine-edges; slightest rusting to staples; minor black spot, most likely from the ink of Eshleman’s pen, at front cover approximately 1 & ¼" above the "n" in "Origin."(7) In very fine condition with only slightest rubbing to front, back covers; age-toning to spine; rusting at staples; moderate shelf-wear throughout.(8) In very fine condition with only slightest rubbing to front, back covers & spine; small bumps to all corners of same; tiniest chipping at top fine-edge of back cover at center-middle. The Albers’ plates featured within & mentioned above are particularly mint & gorgeous.(9) In very fine condition with only slight rubbing to front, back covers esp. at fine-edges; age-toning to spine; minor rusting to staples; slight shelf-wear throughout.(10) In very fine condition with only slightest rubbing to front, back covers esp. at fine-edges; age-toning to spine; minor rusting to staples; slight shelf-wear throughout; bump-crease & slight bend at top right-hand corner of front cover; bump-crease to top left-hand corner of same; another instance of first-mentioned bump-crease at top left-hand corner of back cover; minor chipping/tear to bottom right corner of same. (11) In fine condition with only slight rubbing to front, back covers; age-toning to spine; minor rusting to staples; slight shelf-wear throughout; minute nick to front cover just above bottom fine-edge at center-middle.(12) In very fine condition with only slightest rubbing to front, back covers & slight shelf-wear throughout; minute rusting to staples.(13) In near fine condition with rubbing to front, back covers; coffee stain on front cover at center-middle just above bottom fine-edge; same coffee staining throughout spine; lesser staining from ostensibly same instance along rightmost fine-edge of front cover; cluster-spotting appearing throughout back cover; singular spot above Daumal’s name on back cover table of contents; significant rusting to exposed edges of staples and slight rusting to staples at interior.(14) In very fine condition with only slight rubbing to front, back covers; horizontal creases running through length of spine; minute shelf-wear throughout.(15) In fine condition with only slight rubbing to front, back covers esp. at spine-edge; slight shelf-wear throughout; minor rusting to staples; minor spot just below listing of Francis Ponge at back cover table of contents; minute spot nearest rightmost fine-edge of back cover just above center-middle; minor, lightly visible gauge near leftmost fine-edge of back cover nearest bottom left-corner of same.(16) In very fine condition with only slightest rubbing to front, back covers; slight shelf-wear throughout; minute bumps to top right, bottom right corners of front cover; similar small bump to top left corner of back cover; minor rusting to staples.(17) In very fine condition with only slightest rubbing to front, back covers esp. at fine-edges; horizontal creases running through length of spine; minor rubbing at rightmost fine-edge directly to the right of the "Origin" title; similar spotting & rubbing surrounding the "April 1970" notation on front cover; moderate spot at top fine-edge of back cover at center-middle.(18) In very fine condition with only slightest rubbing to front, back covers esp. at fine-edges; horizontal creases running through length of spine; minute bumps to top right, bottom right corners of front cover; similar bumps to top left, bottom left corners of back cover; paperclip indentation above "g" in "Origin" title; minute rusting at exposed staples; tiniest evidence of rusting at staples at interior; slightest shelf-wear throughout.(19) In very fine condition with only slightest rubbing to front, back covers esp. at fine-edges; horizontal creases running through length of spine; minute bumps to top right, bottom right corners of front cover; bump-crease to top left-hand corner of back cover; slightest shelf-wear throughout.(20) In near-fine condition with minute rubbing to front, back covers esp. at & near fine-edges; horizontal creases running through length of spine; two spots above author title on recto wrapper; bump-indentations to front, back covers esp. nearest spine-edges.From the Library of Clayton Eshleman, Award-Winning Poet, Translator, and Prose Essayist. (5) Issues Signed by Contributor and Close Friend of Cid Corman, Clayton Eshleman.

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        The Masters by Knowledge Publications (The Masters Series)

      Knowledge Publications / Purnell, London 1966 - 100 volumes in 10 slipcases, each volume with colour plates plates and each vol 24 pages, 8 pages text, XVI plates. Some slight damage to the slipcases, the books within are generally in better than very good condition. We will not separate a volume from the set Size: Folio ( 12"- 15" tall ). Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Art & Design; Inventory No: 0265715. THIS BOOK WILL INCUR EXTRA POST BECAUSE IT IS OVER 1 Kg WITHOUT PACKAGING, PLEASE ENQUIRE BEFOR ORDERING. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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