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        La Giammuffa

      Milano , SCALABRINI, 1966 - A cura di Beniamino Dal Fabbro. Con 8 acqueforti originali, numerate e firmate, di Guido Somarè (cm 15,3x9). Disegni al tratto dell'Artista. 8vo. pp. 40. . Perfetto (Mint). . Edizione originale di 74 es. numerati. [Jentsch, 1993]. Rilegato mezza pelle, custodia (half-leather binding, slip-case) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini ALAI - ILAB]
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        Der Totentanz von Basel. Mit den Dialogen des mittelalterlichen Wandbildes.

      Dresden, Verlag der Kunst 1966. Folio, 3 Bll., 1 schwarzes Trennblatt, 40 Doppelblatt m. dreisprachigem Text, 1 Trennbl. und VII S. Nachwort, mit 40 ganzseitigen Orig.-Farbholzschnitten, Illustr. OLn. mit illustriertem Orig.-Schutzumschlag. Erste Ausgabe.- Tiessen III,9; Fürst 66,1 - 40.- Umschlag leicht fleckig u. angerändert, sonst schönes Exemplar. Versand D: 4,50 EUR Illustrierte Bücher, Buchwesen, Bibliophilie; Original-Grafik; Totentanz

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Eckert & Kaun]
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        Programma n°

      Bologna , L'IMMAGINE, 1966 - Sei litografie originali di Emilio Scanavino, numerate e firmate, sciolte in apposite cartellette cucite al volume (cm 30x23). cm 25x35. pp. 72+inserti. . Ottimo (Fine). Alcune lito presentano leggere fioriture. (Si notano in tutte le copie di quest'opera, dovute al tipo di carta usata) (Lightly yellowed). Prima edizione di 135 es. numerati. . Rilegato, custodia (hard cover, slip-case) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini ALAI - ILAB]
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        An original production cel from the MGM animation Dr Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

      MGM,, 1966. You're a foul one, Mr. Grinch. You're a nasty wasty skunk. Your heart is full of unwashed socks, your soul is full of gunk... MR. GRINCH! Original hand painted production 2 cel setup: the image of the Grinch measuring 135 x 195 mm. Production marks and sequence numbers to lower edge of cel (below mount). On a print background for presentation purposes, with authentication seal and estate plate signature of Chuck Jones to front of cel. Mounted, glazed and framed (overall size 390 x 440 mm). In excellent condition. Originally broadcast by CBS on 18 December 1966, How the Grinch Stole Christmas became a perennial feature of US festive season television - the position occupied by Raymond Briggs's The Snowman for British audiences. Superbly voiced by Boris Karloff and with ear-catching music by Albert Hague and Eugene Poddany, it was Chuck Jones's inspired direction that turned Seuss's updating of the Scrooge story into a small screen classic. The scene, featured around the 18:30 mark in the film, depicts the Grinch in his Santa costume, stealing the Who's ice cubes.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Parasites of Heaven

      Toronto / Montreal: McClelland and Stewart Limited, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. 80pp. First Canadian edition, cloth issue. Signed by Leonard Cohen, inscribed in the year of publication to previous owner on the front free end paper "for Dave from Leonard / Aylmer Street November 1966." Two small water dots affecting inscription. Very Good with a bit of discoloration to cloth, fading to spine, edges of page block toned. In a Very Good price-clipped dust jacket with significant fading to the spine panel and light wear. Scarce.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Romanovs: Three Centuries Of An Ill-Fated Dynasty

      London - The Bodley Head 1966 - A first edition of this history of the Romanovs, by the child of aRussian aristocratic emigree Martha Edith Almedingen, from the collection of Count Sangorski. The edition includes a frontispieceof arare photograph of Vassily Island, showing the winter palace, as well as the tercentenary stamps issued in 1913 to celebrate the Romanov dynasty. On her mother's side, Almedingen was descended from the aristocratic Poltoratsky family; her maternal grandfather was Serge Poltoratzky, the literary scholar and bibliophile who ended his days in exile, shuttling between France and England. His second wife Ellen Sarah Southee, 16 years his junior, and the daughter of an English gentleman farmer, grew up in Kent. She was related to poet Robert Southey. Their children had English governesses and grew up speaking English. His daughter Olga, the novelist's mother, grew up in Kent but was fascinated by her father's native Russia. Through this family connection the author possessed a unique connection to an interest in her subject matter. Count R. L Sangorski was a prominent art collector famous for contributing to the John Marriot collection of Chinese Art. These works are listed on a receipt for binding issued to him in the 1980s, found with the sale of his collection. Bound in the 1980's after Asprey's acquisition of Zaehnsdorf bindery (1983), who merged it with their previous acquisition of Sangorski and Sutcliff. This binding is likely to be a Zaehnsdorf binding, under the name of Asprey. Condition: In a full morocco Asprey binding. Externally excellent, with almost no perceptible wear. Internally, clean and bright throughout, and firmly bound. Overall: FINE [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA]
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        Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal

      New York: The New American Library, 1966. Hard Cover with Dust Jacket. Near Fine/Very Good. SIGNED AND DATED BY AYN RAND ON HALF TITLE PAGE without personalization. First trade edition, Seventh printing. From the collection of Ryan York. Octavo, 309 pp. A Near Fine copy in a Very Good Dust Jacket with mild chips.

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc.]
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        The Man Outside (Original screenplay for the 1967 film, actor Van Heflin's working copy)

      Glendale, CA: Allied Artists, 1966. Revised Draft British script for the 1967 film. Actor Van Heflin's copy, with his name on the front wrapper and holograph notations throughout. Based on the 1959 novel by Gene Stackelberg.Bill McLean (Van Heflin) is a former CIA agent living in London. He had been fired when he stuck up for one of the men in his command who turned out to be branded a Russian defector. The embittered ex-agent combines forces with another operative to deliver a top Russian secret police official for a price. Before he can deliver the Russian, a trail of corpses and double crosses changes his plans.Shot on location in London.Blue titled wrappers with actor Heflin's name written in holographic ink. Title page present, dated 10-20-66, noted as Revised, with credits for screenwriters Gallu and Marshall, and for writer Adams. 114 leaves, mechanically reproduced. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, bound with two silver brads.

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        Les damnations

      Paris : Editions Georges Visat 1966 - No. 57 of 75. Signed in pencil by Matta and Mansour, the artist and author on the colophon. Folio, 44 cm. 62, [5] pages : color copperplate illustrations. Without the additional suite. Loose, as issued in original chemise wraps. Cloth chemise slip case. 11 color etchings. Minor edge wear and soiling to slip case, a few spots to exterior. Internally clean, white and crisp. Uncut pages in fine shape. Tissue guards protecting the aquatint plates. Mansour was an important Surrealist poet. Illustrated editions of her work are exceedingly difficult to find. Sabatier 136-46. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sequitur Books]
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        Descriptive Geometry with Three-Dimensional Figures

      Muszaki Konyvkiado 1966 - 1966. 195 pages. No dust jacket. This is an ex-Library book. Yellow, pictorial boards with cloth spine. Hinge cracked yet binding remains firm. Moderate foxing, tanning and handling marks with stamp and pen marking at front pages. Water marking and warping to throughout with intermittent dog-eared corners and both colour and B&W illustrations. Contains two pairs of 3D glasses in pouch at rear. Curved boards. Moderate bumping, rubbing and scuffing to spine ends and to corners with moderate rubbing, scuffing and wear along edges and over surfaces. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: World of Rare Books]
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        Four Evenings with The Theatre of Eternal Music at The Four Heavens (Original flyer for the 1966 event)

      New York: Marian Zazeela, 1966. Vintage flyer advertising a 1966 performance by The Theatre of Eternal Music, an improvisational music group consisting of La Monte Young (voice), Terry Riley (voice), Marian Zazeela (voice, light projections), Tony Conrad, Marvin Carpenter, David Hayes, Jim Kirker (projections). This formidable group, formed in 1964, performed in various permutations, and included at different times the likes of John Cale, Billy Name, Angus MacLise, Jon Hassell, Garrett List, and others. This particular permutation would go on to make a live recording later the same year titled, "The Celebration of the Tortoise." The performance was held February 24-27, 1966, at The Four Heavens" a space run by Larry Poons and Henry Geldzahler, 295 Church Street in New York, today still an exhibit space called Dream House. A performance noted in the archive of the Mela Foundation's website at White paper stock with offset lithographic printing in black, 5.5 x 8.25 inches, folded once as issued, in an invitation format.

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        Martin Luther King Hand Corrected Speech.

      Draft typescript, four pages with extensive handwritten additions and edits all in Martin Luther King's hand. This is the outline for a speech delivered to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's staff retreat, Frogmore, South Carolina, November 14, 1966. An exceptionally rare annotated King manuscript, with fascinating insights about the history of the Civil Rights campaign and King's thoughts about the challenges from the Black Power movement ("It's a slogan not a program'') and the growing white backlash ("It is nothing new''). King begins, "Introduction: From whence we have come; where we are now; where do we go from here.'' King describes the legal and psychological turning points as well as the dramatic progress Negroes had made in segregation and voting rights. Surveying the 14 years from the Montgomery Bus Boycott to the present, King writes in blue ballpoint: "The greatest victory of this period was what it did to the psyc[h]e of the Negro. New dignity and destiny. We came out of this period only slightly integrated in the external society, but powerfully integrated within. We armed ourselves with dignity and self-respect, and our adversaries tasted the gall of defeat.'' King notes that the victories in the South did nothing "to improve the lot of the millions of Negroes in the teeming ghettoes of the North." The movement dented the idea of white supremacy but "did not defeat the monster of racism.'' In another striking handwritten addition King states, "No one surveying the moral landscape of a nation can overlook the hideous and pathetic wreckage of commitment twisted and turned to a thousand shapes under the stress of prejudice and irrationality." King crosses out a line dealing with the cause and effect from the Civil Rights "Black Power" movement and the "white backlash" caused by it, but adds that people "are saying that the civil rights movement is either died [sic] or has lost ground." King points out, in the left margin with powerful visual imagery, that the cause of racial equality--or any great social revolution--"is like curving around a mountain when you are approaching a city. Often it feels as though you are moving backwards, and you lose sight of your goal; but in fact you are moving ahead, and soon you will see the city again, closer by.'' One can't read that without thinking of King's haunting final speech delivered at Bishop Charles Mason Temple, Memphis, Tenn., April 3, 1968: 'I've been to the mountaintop...And he's allowed me to go up to the mountain. And I've looked over. And I've seen the Promised Land.' In remarkable fashion, this speech seems to establish King's structure for the rest of his work in the Civil Rights movement, as the question first posed in this speech "Where Do We Go From Here?" was the title for a keynote speech King delivered on Aug. 16, 1967, at the Eleventh Annual Convention of The Southern Christian Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, and was further published in a book King published that same year, Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community? expanding upon the final segment of the "whence we have come; where we are now; where do we go from here" framework introduced in this outline. Small paper loss at one corner (not affecting text). Matted and framed.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books]
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        Grist. Whole numbers 9 and 12

      Abington Book Shop 1966-1967 - Photographically illustrated stapled wrappers. Two issues of this excellent Midwestern journal, of a total of fourteen published, edited by John Fowler, with George Kimball and Charles Plymell. Number 9 includes very early work by S. Clay Wilson (here "Steve"), along with Bukowski, levy, Frank O'Hara, Ted Berrigan, Ginsberg, Silliman, Eigner, and others, not to mention the Grist Playmate of the Month, Gerard Malanga. Number 12 includes work by Berrigan, Padgett, Mac Low, Hollo, and Hannah Weiner, along with a double-page center spread by Wilson. Both issues near fine, number 9 with some staple holes on the fore-edge through the first two sheets, and mailing label addressed to Glen Todd (fellow Wichita poet and friend of Plymell) on the lower front cover. Clay & Phillips, p. 279 (ill. p. 277). the lot: [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Triolet Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Historiettes Galantes. Pointes sèches de AMANDINE DORE'.

      Paris, Les Bibliophiles de la Basoche, Editions d'Art Les Heures Claires, 1966, - in-folio, pp.177, (6), impresse su ''grand vélin de Mandeure'' in 350 copie numerate (147 il presente esemplare), riservate ai Bibliophiles de la Basoche. Illustrate da 14 tavole a piena pagina fjuori testo, punte-secche disegnate e incise da Amandine Doré, di chiari soggetti galanti e scene erotiche assai naturali. Incisioni tirate nell'atelier di Manuel Robbe. Accuratamente impresso. Esemplare perfetto sotto copertina editoriale, a quaderni sciolti, in custodia originale di cartoncino figurato e decorato. Figurato d'artista del novecento non comune, in origine pubblicato e riservato per un'associazione di bibliofili privati. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco]
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        Every Building on the Sunset Strip

      Los Angeles: Ed Ruscha, 1966. First edition. First Printing of 1,000 copies with the extra two inch flap at the end. A very good copy in white printed wraps with some darkening to the spine; foil covered slipcase is lightly worn with a few small splits, else very good. Ed Ruscha: Editions 1959-1999, B4. Roth pages 182-185. Open Book pages 198-201. Parr and Badger Volume Two, 142-3. Architect Peter Hoyt's copy with his ownership signature on the inside. Peter Hoyt was part of the Learning from Las Vegas team that studied under Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown and eventually produced one of the most important and controversial books of architectural theory published in the twentieth century. When the team went to Las Vegas in the fall of 1968, they flew first to Los Angeles and met with Ed Ruscha along with many other LA notables by way of Esther McCoy. The Venturis felt that the way Ruscha was looking at the LA landscape would be helpful in their understanding of the Las Vegas strip. They even hired a helicopter to photograph Las Vegas from the air, looking at patterns of use in much the same manner as Ruscha approached photographing Los Angeles. Ruscha's books on gas stations, parking lots and other spaces were very important influences on the visual aspects of the Learning From Las Vegas study.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        Magick Lantern Cycle (Original film program for the Spring Equinox 1966 screening)

      New York: Film-makers' Cinematheque, 1966. Original film program for the 1966 screening of six Kenneth Anger films, being shown on the Spring Equinox (March 21, 1966). Screened at Jonas Mekas's Film-maker's Cinematheque coopperative theater, then located at 125 West 41st Street in New York. Films at the screening included "Kustom Kar Kommandos," "Fireworks," "Scorpio Rising," "Eaux d'artifice," and a prelude entitled "Anger Aquarian Arcanum." Also included was the premiere screening of the "Sacred Mushroom Edition" of his film "Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome," which condensed an earlier three-screen edition of the film into a single, superimposed image. In hip late-1960s fashion, the program includes specific instructions for "psychedelic researchers" who wished to view the film as it was fully intended: "in that Holy Trance called High." Anger, one of the most significant filmmakers to come out of the American avant-garde in the mid-1960s, was born in Southern California and began making films when he was only ten years old. His work often prominently featured homosexual themes, and his career-long fascination with the mystical and magical is prominently on display in the "Magick Lantern Cycle" as well. The Film-maker's Cinemantheque, co-founded by Jonas Mekas in 1962, would offer a home, albeit with an oft-shifting location, to avant-garde New York filmmakers, and would later grow to become the Anthology Film Archives, one of the world's largest and most important repositories of avant-garde film. Black, white, and day-glo orange card wrappers, printed in black and white on purple, blue, red, and white stock throughout. 8.5 x 11 inches (22 x 28 cm), nine pages, saddle-stitched with plastic spine protector as issued. Very Good plus, with a reading crease to the front wrapper, a single unobtrusive ink notation of an arrow on one of the pages.

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        The Objectivist. (A Complete Run, Jan. 1966-Sept. 1971)

      The Objectivist, New York - January, 1966 - September, 1971. A complete set; octavo, original blue-green printed wrappers (Nathaniel Branden also edited some of these issues). Included are essays by Ms. Rand and others, such as,The Anti-Industrial Revolution, Kant and Self-sacrifice, The Left Old and New, and many others. Housed in an attractive open-end slipcase, trimmed in leather, with paper label of number 1 on slipcase; with chemise; handsomely presented. Very good to fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        John Huston (First Edition, inscribed by John Huston)

      Cinema d'Aujourd'hui no. 44 / Edition Serghes, Paris 1966 - First Edition, a trade softcover original. INSCRIBED by director John Huston on the half title page: "To Pierre Goulliard / with my best regards / John Huston."An early, critical look at the iconic director of such enduring classics as "The Maltese Falcon" (1940), "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre" (1948), "The Asphalt Jungle" (1950), and "The African Queen" (1951).From the collection of noted cinephile and collector Pierre Goulliard, who spent decades in the latter half of the twentieth century obtaining inscriptions from the giants of European cinema.About Near Fine in wrappers. Square and tight, with light fading to the orange on the spine, and some light rubbing overall. Text in French, illustrated with numerous photos throughout. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        The Glass Menagerie

      New Directions, New York 1966 - Scarce copy, first edition paperback, signed by author. Inscribed on half title page: "Another small contribution to Dakin campaign. Peace & Love, Tennessee 1972" Softcover has no tears; light tanning from sun. Pages clean and unmarked, tight in binding. Couple very light scuffs on cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Capitol Hill Books]
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        Meibutsu-gire Ruish "Collection of Specialty Fabrics" ( ) -- 4 Volumes

      Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto Shoin, Sh wa 41 [1966]. As. Hardcover. Very Good. Ken Tatsumura (1905-) was president of the Tatsumura Institute of Textile Arts in Japan and professor of philosophy at Kyoto University of Arts. Published by Kyoto Shoin in 1969 and 1974, this is the 1966 edition. Vol. 1, Part 1: 6, 50; Vol. 1, Part 2: 8, 51-100; Vol. 2, Part 1: 9, 10, 1-50; Vol. 2, Part 2: 5, 6, 8, 51-100 pp. Elephant Folio. Bound in tan and navy blue cloth featuring a floral and geometric pattern; paper title labels in Japanese characters pasted to front cover of each volume, orange embossed title and publisher name on spines. Orange silk ties complete the Japanese-style binding. All volumes contain color plates of fabrics. Some water staining to lower left corner of Volume 1, Part 1 plates 41-50, and upper left corner of front cover board of Volume 2, Part 1, but does not affect interior.

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        War and Peace (Collection of 3 original photographs from the 1966 film)

      Mosfilm, Moscow 1966 - Collection of three vintage borderless black-and-white reference photographs from the French release of the 1966 film. With the archival stamp of the noted cinema historian Maurice Bessy on the verso of each photo. A stunning set of battle scene photos, including one three-part panoramic shot, demonstrating the massive scale of the film, shot on location in Dorogobuzh, a region in the Smolensk province of Russia.An epic film, over seven hours long and slavishly faithful to Tolstoy's novel, that was for many years the most expensive European movie every made. The lengthy, graphic battle scenes, which killed a number of horses, led to the film being boycotted in many American cities. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language film.8 x 10 inches (20.5 x 25.5 cm). Near Fine. Complete collation details available on request.

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        Schriften / Titel ab Band 17: Gesammelte Novellen. 27 Bände (von 28, es fehlt Band 16).

      de Gruyter, Berlin 1966 (=Nachdruck der Ausgabe Reimar, Berlin 1828 ff). 8°. Original-Leinen, Bibliotheksexemplar m. transparenter Schutzfolie u. Rückenschild, Einbände leicht berieben, Stempel a. Titelrückseite, ansonsten gut erhaltenes und sauberes Exemplar, (immer noch maßgebliche Ausgabe, erste Gesamtausgabe / Ausgabe letzter Hand).Versand D: 4,90 EUR

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        Notari. Dodici litografie

      Venezia , Cavallino,, 1966 - Testo di Toni Toniato. 12 litografie originali firmate di Notari applicate su cartoncino (6 in nero e 6 a due colori, cm 17x16,5). Cm 26x29. pp. 12+12 litografie. . Ottimo (Fine). . Prima edizione di 50 es. numerati. . Quartini sciolti in cartelletta (loose as issued in original portfolio) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini ALAI - ILAB]
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        Against Interpretation (inscribed copy)

      Farrar Straus & Giroux 1966 - First edition, first printing, of these essays, warmly inscribed and signed by the author to French writer and reviewer Jean Bloch-Michel, octavo, 304 pages, fine copy in fine dust jacket. Language: eng La librairie offre aux clients d'AbeBooks 15% de réduction sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 500.0 EUR. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Le opere e i giorni

      Roma , EDIZIONI DELL'ELEFANTE, 1966 - Dieci illustrazioni originali di Giacomo Manzù a piena pagina. Un saggio di Salvatore Quasimodo. Traduzione di Fausto Codino. Cm 55x37. pp. 100. . Ottimo (Fine). . Edizione originale di 999 es. numerati. . Rilegato mezza pelle (half-leather binding) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Obras completas, I-IX [9 vols.].

      - Escélicer, Madrid, 1966-1971. 215x13 cm. 1.308, 1.240, 1.372, 1.468, 1.226, 1.500, 1.548, 1.270 y 1.619 págs. Piel editorial con dorados. Papel biblia. Canto superior dorado. Cinta de registro. Exlibris pegado en guarda, y sello en seco y tampón de anterior poseedor en portada interior. Muy bien conservado. // Edición preparada por Manuel García Blanco // I: Paisajes y ensayos - II: Novelas - III: Nuevos ensayos - IV: La raza y la lengua - V: Teatro completo y monodiálogos - VI: Poesía - VII: Meditaciones y ensayos espirituales - VIII: Autobiografía y recuerdos personales - IX: Discursos y artículos // Miguel de Unamuno (1864-1936) //

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        Many Are Called. Introduction by James Agee

      Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1966 - First Edition; clothbound issue. A very good copy; inscribed by Evans on the front free endpaper, Òfor Adele with affection and in admiration. W.E.Ó While this book turns up now and then in dust jacket, it is far less often found inscribed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Co., Inc., A.B.A.A.]
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        Cuneo. Dieci incisioni

      Torino , A CURA DEL CENTRO PIEMONTESE DI STUDI D'ARTE MODERNA E CONTEMPORANEA, 1966 - Presentazione di Angelo Dragone. Con 10 acqueforti acquetinte originali su rame e zinco numerate, firmate e titolate a matita (cm 17x25; 8,5x13). Folio (cm 50x37). pp. 10 + incisioni. . Molto buono (Very Good). . Edizione originale di 30 + X es. numerati. . ''Questi dieci fogli mostrano come Franco non soltanto abbia potuto studiare la storia della città con le vicende dell'antico Comune, in lotta prima col marchese di Saluzzo e gli altri Aleramici, quindi come avamposto angioino nella contea di Piemonte, infine saldamente inserita nello Stato Sabaudo per cui sostenne i sette assedi che le valsero i titoli di 'fedelissima' e di 'invitta', ma come abbia saputo vedere e godere di ogni suo artistico aspetto''. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini ALAI - ILAB]
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        Program: The Dedication of McDermott Court, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Saturday, May 7, 1966

      Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1966. Unpaginated (16 pages). Paperback program, staple bound with stiff illustrated paper covers. Unsigned lithograph in colors by Alexander Calder spans one interior page, folded in half and stapled as part of the binding to make the first and last free endpage. Ex-Libris bookplate affixed to inside front cover indicating that this came from the library of former Museum of Modern Art Director René d'Harnoncourt. There is some soiling to the covers from handling, along with tanning at the edges. There is a bend at the upper right corner. There is some light staining to the inside front and rear covers from contact with the ink of the print. Aside from the bookplate, there are no internal markings. Text is in English. Published to commemorate the dedication of the then new McDermott Court, which included a major commissioned stabile sculpture (La Grande Voile) by Calder and a special temporary exhibition of his works. Not only a rare piece of ephemera, with a print by Calder, but a nice association with d'Harnoncourt.. Wrappers. Good.

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        The Moon is a Harsh Mistress

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1966. 2nd Printing. Hardcover. SIGNED EDITION. This book is in Very Good+ condition and has a Very Good+ dust jacket. The book and its contents are in mostly clean, bright condition. There is some light bumping to the spine ends of the book covers.The text pages are mostly clean and bright. The remnants of a previous owner's address label are visible on the front pastedown page. The edges of the text block have some toning and spotting. The dust jacket (with price of $5.95) has edge wear, some rubbing, small edge nicks and chips and some crazing to the spine joints and spine. This copy has been signed by the author on the second half title page (which is after the contents page). This book was the recipient of Heinlein's fourth and final Hugo Award given while he was alive ( there have been several "retro" Hugos given out to him since then) and is considered one of Heinlein's best works along with being one of the most influential science fiction novels ever written. This book was originally serialized in Worlds of IF Magazine (Dec 1965 through April 1966) and was the 1967 winner of the Hugo Award. It was also nominated for a Nebula Award for 1966. This book is credited with coining the acronym: TANSTAAFL (There Ain't No Such Thing as a Free Lunch) and is considered by many science fiction critics to be one of Heinlein's best works, comparable with Stranger in a Strange Land. ; Signed by Author .

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        Every Building on the Sunset Strip (Signed)

      Edward Ruscha, Los Angeles 1966 - Signed by Ed Ruscha. First Issue. Limited to 1000 copies. Accordion fold format showing every building on both sides of the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. When unfolded, book measures approximately 25 feet long. The folded accordion paper of Ruscha's "Sunset Strip" has an extra 2" flap of paper folded over behind the last page, showing that this is the true first state of this title. Book is very good plus. The silver paper covered box is very much intact but it lacks the top edge. Covers a bit rubbed. Quite scarce signed. See photos [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rob Warren Books]
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      San Francisco: Cranium Press, 1966. Second Edition. One of 700 copies. Slim octavo (21.5cm); letterpress printed sheets, hand-sewn into red-orange wrappers illustrated by Kenn Davis; [16]pp; illus. Inscribed by the author on the copyright page in the month of publication: "This copy is for Shig. Richard Brautigan / December 16, 1966." Fine. Brautigan's first regularly published book, inscribed to Shigeyoshi "Shig" Murao, who managed the City Lights Bookstore for more than 25 years. Murao was at the very center of the San Francisco Beat scene, who knew Brautigan since he was an awkward 20-something newcomer to the Bay Area. As the years passed and Brautigan's output began to grow, he would frequently visit Murao at City Lights, checking to see if any of his poetry pamphlets had sold. Though Brautigan was grew more contentious as his fame grew, their's was a friendship that lasted decades. A distinguished copy. Barber A7.

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        The Old Textiles of Turkey [2 volumes]

      Kyoto: Korinsha. Fine; 17 x 15 (43 cm) Hardback in folding case portfolio with bone clasps. . Softbound text. Plates in Japanese binding. Fine condition.. 1966-67. Hardcover. Illustrated by 100 color relief-halftone plates; GWO 2320. Two volume set. Turkish silks and velvets from the 15th-18th century from the Victoria and Albert Museum collection. Lists of plates and captions in Japanese and English. Scarce and beautiful. [CSROT t1835].; 20; 218 pp. .

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        Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories

      New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1966. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Maurice Sendak. SIGNED. 90pp. Octavo [23 cm] Specially bound in natural cloth covered boards with a gilt stamped title on the spine, and a black and white pictorial paper label on the front board. Printed on Andora paper. In the tan and gilt decorative paper covered slipcase. There are two lengthy, thin marks on the illustrated label on the front cover, with the longer mark measuring 4 inches. The endsheets have a number of tape stains. Very good, in a near fine slipcase. Translated from the Yiddish by the Author and Elizabeth Shub. Number 447 in an edition limited to 500 copies. Signed by both Maurice Sendak and Isaac Bashevis Singer on the half title page.

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        Intelligent Life in the Universe

      San Francisco, London, Amsterdam: Holden-Day, Inc.,, 1966. Being a translation, extension, and revision of I. S. Shklovskii's [Russian title]. Authorized translation by Paula Fern. Square octavo. Original cloth. With the dust jacket. Illustrations in the text throughout. An excellent copy with small chips to the ends and corners. First edition, first printing, of Carl Sagan's first book, concerning the topic that consumed him throughout his life. This wonderful association copy comes from the library, with ownership stamp to the front free endpaper, of Dr Homer E. Newell Jr. (1915-1983). Newell was a mathematics professor and author who became a powerful US government science administrator, rising eventually to the third in command of NASA. In the early 1960s he controlled or influenced virtually all non-military unmanned space missions for the free world. He played a significant role in the negotiations which led to the creation of NASA, chairing a committee of rocket and satellite experimenters that drafted a consensus plan for a national space establishment which was presented to Eisenhower's science advisor, and advising the Senate preparedness investigating subcommittee... When the legislation establishing NASA was passed in 1958, Newell was given credit by his peers, including Van Allen, who called him "The Spark Plug" for a strong space science element in NASA. Newell joined NASA in 1958 (the year this book was published), and was successively assistant director for space sciences (1958-1960), deputy director of space flight programs (1960-1961), director of space sciences (1961-1963), associate administrator for space science and applications (1963-1967) and finally associate administrator of NASA, the third ranking position, from 1967 until 1974 (and as such overseeing the Moon Landing.) (1967-1974). In 1965, Newell was awarded the President's Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service. He was also commemorated in the Goddard Space Flight Center's Homer E. Newell memorial library, and asteroid 2086 Newell.

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        Le deuxieme souffle (Original French poster for the 1966 film noir)

      Les Productions Montaigne, Paris 1966 - Vintage French grande poster (affiche) for the 1966 French film noir. Director Melville's ninth film, and while this is saying something, probably his bleakest. Ventura plays a mobster who emerges from prison determined to reclaim his old crime empire, only to find that times have changed since he left. Railing against said changes, he sends himself and his family on a downward spiral that pits nearly everyone on both sides of the law against him.47 x 63 inches (119 x 160 cm). Rolled, on archival linen. Near Fine.Criterion Collection 448. Buss, pp. 173-174. Grant, p. 181. Spicer, p. 453.

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      ISTITUTO GEOGRAFICO DE AGOSTINI, NOVARA 1966 - ITALIANO Numerose illustrazioni a colori ed in nero, pagine con lievissima fioritura e con lievi tracce di umidità, brossura editoriale illustrata e con lieve traccia di vecchia umidità

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        Man Ray

      1966 - MAN RAY. Man Ray. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1966. Oblong octavo, original stiff paper covers. $1500.Original exhibition catalogue representing a full range of Man Ray's work, boldly signed by Ray on the title page.According to Ray, "this work cannot be considered experimental. The pursuit of pleasure, my guiding motive, is not a science. Or, as I have previously stated, the desire, not the necessity is the stimulant." This exhibition mounted 300 Man Ray works of art: paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photographs, drawn from 54 collections around the world. Light embrowning to margins only. Minor crease to bottom corner. An about-fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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      MONDADORI, VERONA 1966 - LE SCIE ITALIANO Pagine leggermente brunite ai bordi causa tempo, coperta rigida ottimamente conservata, sovraccoperta leggermente ingiallita e con lievissimi segni di usura

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        Autograph poem signed. Isla Altue-Huapi, February 1966.

      1966. 4to. 1 p. Matted. Exceedingly rare first draft of his poem "El lago" that was published the year after in "La Barcarola" (Buenos Aires, 1967): "Suave suena en la | sombra como un sauce | mojado. | con qué, con quién | conversa | toda la noche el lago? | Tal vez para sí solo. | El lago | conversa con el lago". - Somewhat browned, dusty, spotty, and wrinkled.

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      Imprimerie du Cannau 1966 - - Imprimerie du Cannau, Montpellier 1966, 24,5x27,5cm & 24x26cm, 3 volumes en feuilles sous chemise. - Edition originale imprimée à 75 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil. Notre exemplaire hors commerce est enrichi, à l'instar de l'exemplaire unique du tirage de tête, de 20 dessins originaux d'Albert Masri qu'il a signés. Envois autographes signés de l'illustrateur aux justifications des tirages des illustrations et du texte. Ouvrage illustré de dessins in et hors-texte d'Albert Masri. Rare et agréable exemplaire complet de ses prospectus publicitaires. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition printed in 75 numbered copies on "pur-fil" paper. Our copy is enriched trade off, as the only copy of the deluxe edition of 20 original drawings by Albert Masri it has signed. Shipments autographs signed by illustrator justifications prints of the illustrations and text. Book illustrated in drawings and Inserts Albert Masri. Rare and pleasant complete copy of its advertising prospectus. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        CHARITY BALL 1966 ** UNIQUE First Edition, Illustrated and SIGNED By Dr. Seuss **

      (No Place Stated -- But probably San Diego) 1966 - This is the true first edition, first (and only) printing. ***** This book is SIGNED by Dr. Seuss on the inside first page (and with his usual squiggle/flourish beneath his signature). ***** Dr. Seuss did not inscribe this book to anyone; it is just signed by him. ***** This signed book is UNIQUE -- no other signed copies are known to exist. ***** This large/oversized book (120 pages, with dozens of illustrations by Dr. Seuss) is in very nice condition. There is other NO writing, NO bookplates, and NO remainder marks. It is NOT a book club edition and NOT a former library book. ***** CONDITION: This book is in FINE condition. ***** OUR GUARANTEE TO YOU: All books are guaranteed to be as described. We believe that no sale is complete until you are happy. Any book is returnable for a full refund (including postage) if you're not 100% satisfied. All books are packaged very carefully and shipped via USPS Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Thank you! Richard Vick, Modern First Editions (Buying and Selling Modern First Editions since 1982). ***** Scans available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Lord of the Rings. [The Fellowship of the Ring; The Two Towers; The Return of the King]

      George Allen & Unwin Ltd, London 1966 - With folding maps at the end of each volume. Three volumes. 8vo. Newly bound by Bayntun-Riviere in full scarlet morocco, the covers with a gilt fillet border, the spines lettered in gilt with ring centre tools, hand-marbled endleaves, gilt edges.

      [Bookseller: George Bayntun ABA ILAB PBFA]
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