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        Manifiesto Blanco 1946. Spazialismo.

      1966. Fontana. Unpag. (39 leaves, some printed on verso and recto, some on verso only) homage to Lucio Fontana, including a facsimile of the original "White Manifesto" published in Spanish in Buenos Aires in 1946, translations of the manifesto into Italian, German, French, and English, an homage by Alain Jouffroy, poems by Michel Fougères, Raffaele Carrieri, and Leonardo Sinisgalli, a statement by Fontana, 4 small illustrations, 5 large portrait photographic illus., and 17 large plates (12 in color or tint) showing details of Fontana's work. Folio. Dec. boards, some rubbing especially to extremities, minor soiling and age-darkening. Milan (Galleria Apollinaire) n.d. (1966). (Documenti e Personaggi, 1). Limited ed.

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        Curogna. Vorwort von Pierre Edoardo Bianchi.

      Urs Dickerhof, Bern 1966 - Bern, Urs Dickerhof 1966. 38x30 cm. 26 n.n. Bl. Mit 5 Lithographien von Urs Dickerhof, 3 Kaltnadel-Radierungen von Daniel de Quervain, 4 Photographien von A. von Allmen, 3 Photographien von Balthasar Burkhard. Originalleinwand in Schuber. Originalausgabe. - Eines von 50 numerierten und von den Autoren und Künstllern signierten Exemplaren (neben VII Künstler-Exemplaren). Hommage an die kleine Tessiner Weiler Curogna. - Die Grafiken von Dickerhof und de Quervain jeweils einzeln signiert und numeriert. Von allen Autoren und Künsltern im Druckvermerk zusätzlich signiert. Als Blockbuch gebunden. Sprache: N

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        La France protestante, ou vies des protestants français qui se sont fait un nom dans l'histoire. 10 volumes complet

      Genève, Slatkine, 1966. 10 volumes in - 8 reliés pleine toile verte éditeur, dos lisse, titre doré. Depuis les premiers temps de la réformation jusqu'à la reconnaissance du principe de la liberté des cultes par l'Assmelbée Nationale ; ouvrage précédé d'une notice historique sur le protestantisme en France et suivi de pièces justificatives. Le tome 10 contient les pièces justificatives. Exemplaire en parfait état

      [Bookseller: Librairie Artgil]
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        Luchterhands Loseblatt Lyrik 1 - 26 (alles Erschienene). Hrsg. Elisabeth Borchers, Günter Grass und Klaus Roehler.

      Luchterhand, (Neuwied 1966 - (Neuwied, Luchterhand (1966 - 1970). Schmal 2° (50 x 18 cm). Von September 1966 bis November 1970 erschienene Serie von 26 Lieferungen mit jeweils 7 Gedichten in graphischem Rahmen, als Streifenformate in grauem, schwarz bedruckten Umschlag geliefert, um z.B. als Plakate verwendet zu werden, daher sind vollständige Serien in gutem Zustand wie hier nicht häufig. Die drei Herausgeber, mittlerweile alle verstorben, bildeten einen der Kerne der Gruppe 47, Handke, als einer der wenigen Beiträger mit zwei Gedichten (neben Born, Brecht, Eich, Enzensberger und Grass), erstmals im September 1967 vertreten (in einer Collage von Siegfried Kischko), als er nach dem Auftritt in Princeton im Vorjahr, in Düsseldorf gewohnt hat. Mit den beiden Registern (Nr. 14 und Nr. 26 beigelegt), einem Originalversandkuvert, Lieferschein und Begleitschreiben des Verlags vom Oktober 1966. Im September 1970 (Nr. 24) liefert 'Gedichte aus dem Computer', zusammengestellt von Erwin Schäfer, Collagen unter Verwendung von Texten Hans Arps, von Ingeborg Bachmann, Christine Busta, Paul Celan, Helmut Heißenbüttel, Nelly Sachs u.a. In den über 4 Jahren dieser alle 2 Monate erscheinenden Unternehmung sind Gedichte von Ilse Aichinger, Ted Barrigan, Nicolas Born, F.C. Delius, Günter Bruno Fuchs, Peter Huchel, Paul Gerhard Hübsch, Sarah Kirsch, Jiri Kolar, Günter Kunert, Reinhard Lettau, Franz Mon, Renate Rasp, Hans Sahl, Gaston Salvatore, Jesse Thoor, Wolf Wondratschek u.a. erschienen, gerahmt von graphischer Behandlung durch Uwe Bremer, Fuchs, Grass, Rainer Hachfeld, Ulrich Härter, Sarah Haffner, Siegfried Kischko, Dieter Masuhr, Christoph Meckel, Klaus Schöning, Vagelis Tsakiridis, Natascha Ungeheuer, Arno Waldschmidt u.a. Neben den Gedichten aus dem Computer gibt es Neugriechische, Tschechoslowakische, Türkische, Lateinamerikanische und Nordamerikanische Gedichte, sowie solche aus Biafra. Sprache: deu [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Georg Fritsch Antiquariat]
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        The Great Polyglot Bibles. Including a Leaf from the First: The Complutensian of Acala. 1514-17

      San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1966, 1966. First edition, one of 400 copies, printed by the Allen Press. Fine copy.. Folio, unsewn, folded sheets enclosed in a paper chemise. Reproductions of woodcuts throughout. Enclosed in purple cloth clamshell case with printed paper labels on the upper board and spine. Leaf tipped in. A fine scholarly treatise on the Polyglot Bibles by Basil Hall, handsomely printed by the Allen Press and accompanied by specimen leaf from the Complutensian Bible which is printed in Hebrew, Greek and Latin types. From the library of David and Valerie Belch.

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        The Missile Crisis

      J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia and New York 1966 - First edition. A well-used, very good copy without dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author to Robert F. Kennedy and his wife Ethel: "For Bob Kennedy -- and Ethel with respect and affection. Elie Abel." Many passages in the book have been marked in the margins and Robert Kennedy has made extensive notes on the text on the last four blank pages of the book. About as important an association copy as one could imagine of this work on the most pivotal event of the Cold War. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        DERRIERE LE MIROIR. - La revue blanche.

      Avril 1966, Editions Pierre à Feu - In-folio ( 400 x 290 mm ) en feuilles sous chemise illustrée et double emboîtage d'éditeur. 3 Lithographies en couleurs d'après Bonnard, Roussel, Vuillard. 8 lithographies en couleurs et noir et blanc d'après Lautrec, Vuilllard, Bonnard et Seurart. 10 reproductions en couleurs et 4 en noir. 8 pages de portraits et documents. Magnifique exemplaire de l'édition originale, série luxe au tirage limité et numéroté à 250 exemplaires sur vélin de Rives. N°113. gravure peinture Beaux-Arts lithographie [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Green Hornet (Archive of original screenplays for the 1966 television series)

      Los Angeles, CA: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1966. Archive of original Final draft scripts for four episodes of the 1966 action/sci-fi TV series. Included are scripts for "The Hunters and the Hunted" (season 1, episode 11), "Deadline for Death" (season 1, episode 12), "The Secret of the Sally Bell" (season 1, episode 13), and "Hornet Save Thyself" (season 1, episode 23). Included is a brief note, mimeographed, from Stan Hough, assistant director for several films throughout the 1950s and 1960s, but his association with "The Green Hornet" is unknown. Notations in holograph ink on the front wrapper of each script, including the name of Norman Foster (marked through on "The Hunters and the Hunted" script), who directed one episode of the series, "The Praying Mantis," George W. Trendle and Fran Striker developed the Green Hornet character in the 1930s, initially for a radio series (1936-1952), followed by two movie serials: "The Green Hornet" (1940) and "The Green Hornet Strikes Again!" (1941), both directed by Ford Beebe. After a brief hiatus, the character was revived with the 1966-1967 American Broadcasting Company (ABC) TV series, "The Green Hornet," featuring Van Williams as Britt Reid, and Bruce Lee as Kato in their first starring roles. Kato, in particular, greatly boosted Lee's popularity and the public's general interest in martial arts. The two appeared as their crime-fighting title roles in two episodes of ABC's "Batman" series, strangely as anti-heroes: "A Piece of the Action" (season 2, episode 51, 1967) and "Batman's Satisfaction" (season 2, episode 52, 1967). Several episodes were edited together and released as a feature, "The Green Hornet," in 1974. Along with producer William Dozier's other notable project, the 1966-1968 TV series, "Batman," "The Green Hornet" would be short-lived. Still, the crime-fighting man-in-the-mask with superhero-like abilities, or "Mystery Men," like Batman, The Green Hornet, and Green Arrow, remain as popular as ever. "The Hunters and the Hunted": top-level racketeers are murdered, each one with a different weapon. The Green Hornet is contacted by an informant, who is killed before he can help. With help from Kato, the Green Hornet searches for an important list that will incriminate the criminals. "Deadline for Death": reporter Mike Axford is connected to a series of robberies, linked by the fact that he interviewed each victim. When Axford is jailed on charges of murder, his boss Britt Reid sets out to uncover the truth. As the Green Hornet, Reid investigates several leads, with the help of his trusted sidekick, Kato, however, capturing the crook without destroying their witness proves to be a difficult task. "The Secret of Sally Bell": Two million dollars worth of narcotics have been smuggled into the country, and the only man who knows where they are is in a coma. The Green Hornet presumes the whereabouts of the drugs, and tracks down the head of the operation. He offers his help in locating the drugs, pretending to want a piece of the action. But the crooks have no plans of sharing. "Hornet, Save Thyself": Green Hornet is caught in a frame-up, accused of killing an enemy with a gun he held at the scene of the crime. He goes on the run and tries to prove his innocence. All scripts in blue titled wrappers, noted as FINAL on the front wrappers, dated variously between September 20, 1966, and December 30, 1966, with credits for executive producer William Dozier, and producers Richard Bluel, and Stan Shpetner (1 script). Two scripts ("Hunters," "Deadline") include call sheets bound in, and all but 1 script ("Hornet, Save Thyself") include shooting schedules bound in. Near Fine overall. Complete collation details available on request. Harmon, pp. 48-49. Lentz, p. 1860-1861. Terrace, p. 265.

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        La Mala Hora (Según el autor la VERDADERA Primera Edición)

      Editorial Era 1966 - La primera vez que se publicó La mala hora, en 1962, un corrector de pruebas se permitió cambiar ciertos términos y almidonar el estilo, en nombre de la pureza del lenguaje. En esta ocasión, a su vez, el autor se ha permitido restituir las incorrecciones idiomáticas y las barbaridades estilísticas, en nombre de su soberana y arbitraria voluntad. Esta es, pues, la primera edición de La mala hora. El Autor. Firma del antiguo propietario en su página de respeto. Roces y fatigas en el encuadernado. Algunos subrayados a lápiz en su interior. Texto íntegro. For major safety in your decision of purchase, we send (free of charge) a video demonstration of the conservation status of the book. Pour une plus grande sécurité dans votre décision d'achat, nous envoyons (sur demande et gratuitement) un vidéo de démonstration de l'état de conservation du livre. Para mayor seguridad en su decisión de compra, le enviamos (a solicitud y sin cargo) un video de demostración del estado de conservación del ejemplar. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Eduardo Martínez Moreira]
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        TEATRI CLASSICI IN ASIA MINORE - 3 volumi

      L'ERMA DI BRETSCHNEIDER 1966 Pubblicazione di Studi di Architettura antica promossi dall'Istituto di Storia dell'Architettura del Politecnico di Torino. Volumi in tela rossa con titoli oro al dorso. Vol.1: Cibyra - Selge - Hierapolis, pp 77, XXI tavole. Vol 2 città di Pisidia, Licia e Caria, pp 218, XXXIII tavole. Vol 3: città dalla Troade alla Pamfilia, pp 216, XLIV tavole. OTTIME CONDIZIONI

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        Hot Rods to Hell [52 Miles to Terror] (Original screenplay for the 1967 film, Dana Andrews' copy)

      Revised draft script for the 1967 film, "Hot Rods to Hell," here under the working title, "52 Miles to Terror." Actor Dana Andrews' working copy, with his name in holograph pencil on the front wrapper and on a few pages, and brief notations in hologr: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1966. Revised draft script for the 1967 film, "Hot Rods to Hell," here under the working title, "52 Miles to Terror." Actor Dana Andrews' working copy, with his name in holograph pencil on the front wrapper and on a few pages, and brief notations in holograph pencil throughout. From Andrews' estate, with a letter of provenance from Andrews' daughter, Katharine Smith. Laid in are three MGM interoffice sheets with notations in holograph ink, noting production elements and their respective costs (sound, property, meals, electric, etc.), with call sheets printed on the versos, dated 4/7/66, 4/8/66, and 4/12/66. Based on a short story by Alex Gaby. Tom Phillips (Andrews) is on a business trip during Christmas when he is involved in an automobile accident. He leaves the accident with chronic back pain and amnesia. To start a new life, he and his family relocate to California to run a desert motel, but on their way encounter a gang of hot-rodding troublemakers. Set in Boston and California, shot on location throughout California. Goldenrod titled wrappers, rubber-stamped copy No. 87, dated February 17, 1966, with credits for producer Sam Katzman and screenwriter Kent. 147 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 135. Mechanically reproduced, dated variously between 1/17/66 and 2/21/66, with blue and gray revision pages throughout, dated variously between 3/3/66 and 4/5/66. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, bound with two gold brads. Weldon (1983), p. 336.

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        Every Building on the Sunset Strip

      Ed Ruscha 1966 - First Edition. 'First' issue with extra flap at last fold. A very good copy in a very good silver mylar card slipcase. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. Ruscha's most important book, featuring black & white photographic images presented in an accordion style display of every building along the Sunset Strip that runs to a length of 27 feet when fully unfolded. 1000 copies produced. Foldout in front has a crease at fold. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Nehru: A Contemporary`s Estimate

      London: George Allen & Unwin 1966 - 8vo., green cloth lettered in gilt; dust jacket, with minor edge-wear. First English edition of Crocker's classic study, with an introduction by Arnold Toynbee. From the library of Philip and Lois Jessup, with Lois's ownership signature and both Philip's and her annotations throughout the volume. Affixed to the front endpaper is an envelope stamped "The Hague"; enclosed are 3 lengthy letters from Crocker to the Jessups detailing the publishing history of "Nehru," observations about South Africa and Ethiopia, and mutual friends in Australia. Crocker, an Australian war veteran and onetime Lieutenant-Governor, also served as the ambassador to India. Lois Walcott Kellogg, the noted educator and philanthropist, was married to Philip C. Jessup, a judge on the International Court of Justice and United Nations ambassador at large, credited with playing a major role in ending the Soviet blockade of West Berlin. A compelling association, linking two distinguished diplomats. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A General Theory of Rational Behavior in Game Situations'. Pp. 613-634 in: Econometrica, Vol. 34, No. 3, July, 1966.

      1966 1966 - Entire issue offered. Original wrappers. Near Fine. The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 1994 was awarded jointly to John C. Harsanyi, John F. Nash Jr. and Reinhard Selten 'for their pioneering analysis of equilibria in the theory of non-cooperative games.' 'In his paper 'A General Theory of Rational Behavior in Game Situations' John Harsanyi gave the, now, most commonly used definition to distinguish between cooperative and non-cooperative games. A game is cooperative if commitments--agreements, promises, threats--are fully binding and enforceable. It is non-cooperative if commitments are not enforceable' (Paul Walker, 'A Chronology of Game Theory'; www [dot] econ [dot] canterbury [dot] ac [dot] nz/personal_pages/paul_walker/gt/hist [dot] htm). 'Most of the research today is following the classification of Harsanyi (1966) regarding cooperative vs. non-cooperative game theory. He defines a cooperative game as a game where commitments are fully binding and enforceable' (Julia Drechsel, Cooperative Lot Sizing Games in Supply Chains, 2010, p. 7). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Winston S. Churchill: The Official Biography, a full set of British first editions, comprising 8 main text volumes (signed by the author in the final volume) and 16 accompanying document volumes

      London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1966. First editions. Hardcover. This is a full, British first edition set of the Official Biography of Winston S. Churchill, signed by the author in the final main text volume. The author?s signature is inked in blue just below his printed name on the Volume VIII title page. The Official Biography was begun by Winston?s son, Randolph Churchill (1911-1968), and completed by Sir Martin Gilbert (1936-2015). In 1962, at the age of 25, Martin Gilbert joined Churchill's biography team, then led by Churchill's son Randolph. Of what became his life's work, Gilbert says: "I'd thought I'd last four or five months." Instead, when Randolph died in 1968 with only two of the eight volumes completed, Gilbert took over, committing the substantial portion of his scholarship and life's work to documenting, comprehending, and communicating what Gilbert called the "remarkable and versatile life" of Winston Churchill. The result is an epic piece of scholarship about a singularly epic life. The British first editions of the eight main text volumes were originally published between 1966 and 1988. Each of the first six main text volumes was accompanied by either two or three volumes of documents, titled ?Companion? volumes. Under Sir Martin?s authorship, 16 of these document volumes were completed (with documents spanning 1874-1941). While additional documents volumes for the balance of the official biography will be issued in the U.S. by Hillsdale College under different authorship, a full British first edition set will remain limited to the 24 volumes offered here. All 24 British first edition volumes, comprising the eight main text volumes and the 16 documents volumes, weigh 84 pounds and command 4 feet 8 inches of shelf space. This full British first edition set of 24 volumes features near fine volumes and dust jackets. The volumes all remain square and tight, with clean, bright contents. We find no ownership marks apart from the author?s Volume VIII signature and the sticker of the venerable London bookseller Henry Sotheran Ltd. on the lower Volume I front pastedown. Of note, laid in at the Volume I endpapers is a 1997 Sales Invoice, indicating that Sotheran sold this set at the time, absent the final War Papers documents volume (not yet published) and the signed Volume VIII for 2,370 British Pounds. We find no spotting in the set. The first 21 volumes were issued with red topstain, which varied in hue over the 22 years spanning publication. Just a few volumes ? notably the Volume V Companions ? show appreciable sunning of the topstain. The dust jackets are complete, with no losses. Of note, all eight main text volumes feature uniform, solid color dust jackets and uniform red cloth bindings with red topstain. (The final three volumes were also issued in a cheaper ?popular edition? with illustrated dust jackets, different color bindings, and no red topstain.) Shelf presentation is excellent. All eight main text volume dust jackets retain bright, unfaded spine color, including the highly fade-prone jackets of Volumes III, IV, V, and VII. Also worthy of note, the red dust jackets of the three War Papers (the final three British first edition document volumes) are also unfaded. The fade prone spine subtitles of the all of the white-jacketed document volumes remain clearly legible. All dust jackets are unclipped, retaining the original flap prices, with the sole exception of main text Volume V. The lower front flap of the first edition dust jacket originally featured two prices, an introductory price ?until February 28th, 1977? with a higher price above. Only the introductory price has been clipped, the higher price remaining intact. Each of the dust jackets is newly fitted with a clear, removable, archival quality protector. Please note that this set will certainly require additional shipping cost; do expect this cost to be reflective of the set?s exceptional size and weight. Bibliographic reference: Zoller A301a-h & A302a-f3

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        Tacuinum sanitatis in medicina. Codex Vindobonensis series nova 2644 der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek. Faksimile und Kommentar von Franz Unterkircher. 2 Bände.

      Graz Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt []-1967 1966 - 107 farbig faksimilierte Bl.; 4 Bl., 139 S. Mit 206 farbigen Miniaturen sowie 9 Tafeln im Kommentarband. Fol. (35,5 x 24,5 cm für das Faksimile). Geprägtes Original-Leder (Faksimile, gebunden von K. Donner, Graz) und Original-Halbleder (Kommentar), jeweils in Original-Pappschuber. Codices selecti, Band VI. - Vollfaksimile der Handschrift aus dem späten 14. Jahrhundert, komplett mit dem Kommentarband von Franz Unterkircher. Enthält eine Einführung, Transkription und deutsche Übersetzung der Bildtexte, außerdem eine englische Übersetzung der Bildtexte von Heide Saxer und Charles H. Talbot. - Tadelloses Exemplar, noch in den Original-Schubern (diese etwas bestoßen). 4200 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Candle for the Dead (First UK Edition)

      London: Abelard-Schuman, 1966. First UK Edition, preceding all others. Reprinted in 1969 as "The Violent Enemy," with Patterson writing as Jack Higgins, and basis for the 1967 Don Sharp film, "The Violent Enemy," starring Tom Bell, Susan Hampshire, and Ed Begley. Very Good plus in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Slight lean, faint notation in holograph ink on the front endpaper. Jacket front flap is clipped at one corner with American price intact, light toning to the spine, brief rubbing at the extremities.

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        Meibutsu-gire Ruish "Collection of Specialty Fabrics" ( ) -- 4 Volumes

      Kyoto Shoin Sh wa 41 [1966], Kyoto, Japan - 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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        WILD FLOWERS ETCHINGS BY...

      [ New York?], 1966. [2] leaves plus ten etchings. Quarto (36 x 25.5 cm; 14 x 10"). Loose sheets, laid into folding cloth portfolio. A few smudges to portfolio, otherwise fine. One of a total edition of 110 copies (including 10 artist's proofs), consisting of ten original etchings (plate size 12.5 x 9.5 cm) by Schwartz, printed on handmade Italia paper by Emiliano Sorini, with each etching signed and numbered in the margin by the artist. A beautiful suite by this notable master of several media, whose other works have illustrated or been accompanied by texts by, among others, Anthony Hecht (PREDATORY BIRDS, Gehenna Press 1958), and Czeslaw Milosz (CATS, Privately Printed 1994).

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        Oeuvres poetiques completes. Directeur d?edition Pierre Rollet. (Provençal - française). 2 vol. in 4.

      Aix-en-Provence, 1S Edicioun Ramoun Berenguié 1966 - . 8°. 381 S., CCXLIII, 467 S., 527 S.; XXXI, 499 S., 105 S., 337 S., 251 S., CCXLIX, 491 S. und zahlr. Tafeln. Kopfgoldschnitt. Rotes Maroquin mit goldgepr. Rücken- und Deckeltitel. Nr. 67 (21-100) sur vergé pur fil. Sehr gutes Exemplar. Bel exemplaire en parfati état.

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        The Soldier's Art. A Novel.

      London: Heinemann,, 1966. Octavo. Original red cloth, title to spine gilt on black ground. With the dust jacket. A little rubbing to board edges; an excellent copy in the jacket with slightly toned spine and some nicks and rubbing to extremities. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "Arthur from Tony. Hands across the sea. Sept. 1966." The recipient was Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., the American historian, writer and political adviser. Schlesinger was a fan of Powell who wrote an essay, "Anthony Powell: The Prosopographer as Novelist", for the Powell Symposium in Summary magazine (autumn 1970). Schlesinger and Powell shared a close friendship with Evangeline Bruce, though they do not seem to have met in person.

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        Excerpts from the Acid Test

      San Francisco: Sound City Productions. [1966]. The first recording by the Grateful Dead, who, up until a month earlier, had been known as The Warlocks. A 7" 33 RPM promotional record, labeled "For Radio Play Only, Not for Sale," with excerpts from the Acid Test album that Sound City was producing. The recording was made at the Sound City studio which was the site of the seventh Acid Test: the Acid Tests were communal events/happenings that Kesey and others had developed that were open to the public and at which LSD -- aka "acid," which was still legal in California at the time -- was distributed to the attendees. The Sound City Acid Test, because it took place in a recording studio, was more of a private event than earlier, or later, Acid Tests. It was also the last one Kesey himself participated in. He had been arrested for marijuana possession for the second time two weeks earlier, and had had to show up in disguise at the sixth Acid Test a week earlier at Longshoremen's Hall in San Francisco, in order to avoid reporters and the police. Within a week of the Sound City Acid Test, with his court case pending, Kesey left the country and went into hiding in Mexico. The Grateful Dead had been the house band for the Acid Tests since they began in 1965, but under their earlier name of The Warlocks. By December 1965 they were starting to use their new name, and at the Acid Tests in January they were being billed as The Grateful Dead. This is the first time they were recorded as the Dead in a recording made for general release. The promo record was issued in March, 1966, and preceded the full length album released later that month. The only earlier recordings of the Grateful Dead are private ones that have made it into circulation as bootlegs or survive in their archives; this, and the Acid Test album from which it was excerpted, were not only intended for public release but were also covered by "a couple of radio stations and a photographer for Look magazine" according to the Sound City press release, although the Look article apparently never appeared. "The purpose of the recording was to produce an album of unusual sounds, mental manipulations of the sometimes considered genius of Mr. Kesey and his cohorts during the actual happenings of a 'sugar' [i.e., LSD] party. The results are different to say the least..." The Acid Test album itself is quite scarce; it was re-released in the 1980s in a limited edition. This promotional giveaway record is exceedingly uncommon, and a landmark for one of the most influential and long-lasting rock and roll bands to come out of the San Francisco Bay Area of the 1960s. The Grateful Dead went on to a 30-year career and became the most popular improvisational "jam band" of its time, triggering any number of similar jamming, touring bands in its wake, and capturing an essence of the hippie counterculture that has lived on long after its historical moment passed. Fine, in a plain white sleeve. A scarce recording from the San Francisco counter-culture, and a seminal recording of one of the great rock bands of all time. First Edition. No Binding.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The Master and Margarita.

      [Moscow:] , [1966 & 1967]. Octavo. Two volumes bound as one in near-contemporary black cloth-backed blue boards, later paper label to front board in manuscript. Board edges worn and scuffed, hinges split but text block tight, contents lightly toned. A very good copy. A samizdat copy, formed of tear sheets from the first appearance in print of The Master and Margarita, which was serialized in two issues of the journal Moskow in November 1966 and January 1967. It is bound in quintessential amateurish fashion, with an anonymous binding due to lack of specialist equipment (the label was a later addition), and was then disseminated by hand through informal networks. This first printing of Bulgakov's best known work is a censored version of the text, eliminating much of the anti-Soviet satire, yet it still caused an immediate sensation on publication. Although the novel was completed in 1938, in common with most of Bulgakov's prose it was not published until long after his death in 1940. The first edition in book form was published by the YMCA Press in Paris in 1967, in a still further censored form of the Russian text. The full text was first published in English later in 1967 (there are two different English translations, one of the censored text and one of the full text). The first appearance of the full text in Russian was published in Frankfurt in 1969. During his life, Bulgakov was best known for the plays he contributed to Konstantin Stanislavsky's and Nemirovich-Danchenko's Moscow Art Theatre. He published a number of novels and stories through the early and mid 1920s, but by 1927 his career began to suffer from criticism that he was too anti-Soviet. By 1929 his career was ruined: government censorship prevented publication of any of his work and staging of any of his plays, and Stalin personally forbade him to emigrate.

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        English Country Houses [ Complete in 5 Volumes ]

      London: Country Life, 1966. Complete in 5 volumes. 1. Caroline 1625-1685. 2. Baroque 1685-1715.3. Early Georgian 1715-1760. 4. Mid Georgian 1760-1800. 5. Late Georgian 1800-1840. All First edition.1966/1970/1955/1956/1958. Caroline by Oliver Hill & John Cornforth. Baroque by James Lees-Milne. Books measure 12 1/2 x 9 3/8 inches. Bound in original publishers green cloth. Bindings in very good clean condition. Dust jackets have very minor wear, 2 are price clipped. Jackets in very good clean condition. Internally, pages and illustrations in very good clean condition. A very nice clean set.. First Edition. Very Good/Very Good. Large Quarto.

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        Death of a Doxy (A Nero Wolfe Novel)

      The Viking Press, New York 1966 - Grey cloth spine with blue lettering, over yellow paper boards. Boards with a few light bumps and very light sunning to the edges, in a very nicely preserved dust jacket with only the lightest of creases to the edges, and a small scar to the rear panel. Inscribed in the year of publication on the flyleaf, "December 7-1966- For Ed with warm regards - Rex". [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Les Fleurs du Mal Baudelaire poems illustrated by Kees Van Dongen With a suite with 5 extra prints

      

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        Excerpts from the Acid Test

      San Francisco: Sound City Productions. [1966]. The first recording by the Grateful Dead, who, up until a month earlier, had been known as The Warlocks. A 7" 33 RPM promotional record, labeled "For Radio Play Only, Not for Sale," with excerpts from the Acid Test album that Sound City was producing. The recording was made at the Sound City studio which was the site of the seventh Acid Test: the Acid Tests were communal events/happenings that Kesey and others had developed that were open to the public and at which LSD -- aka "acid," which was still legal in California at the time -- was distributed to the attendees. The Sound City Acid Test, because it took place in a recording studio, was more of a private event than earlier, or later, Acid Tests. It was also the last one Kesey himself participated in. He had been arrested for marijuana possession for the second time two weeks earlier, and had had to show up in disguise at the sixth Acid Test a week earlier at Longshoremen's Hall in San Francisco, in order to avoid reporters and the police. Within a week of the Sound City Acid Test, with his court case pending, Kesey left the country and went into hiding in Mexico. The Grateful Dead had been the house band for the Acid Tests since they began in 1965, but under their earlier name of The Warlocks. By December 1965 they were starting to use their new name, and at the Acid Tests in January they were being billed as The Grateful Dead. This is the first time they were recorded as the Dead in a recording made for general release. The promo record was issued in March, 1966, and preceded the full length album released later that month. The only earlier recordings of the Grateful Dead are private ones that have made it into circulation as bootlegs or survive in their archives; this, and the Acid Test album from which it was excerpted, were not only intended for public release but were also covered by "a couple of radio stations and a photographer for Look magazine" according to the Sound City press release, although the Look article apparently never appeared. "The purpose of the recording was to produce an album of unusual sounds, mental manipulations of the sometimes considered genius of Mr. Kesey and his cohorts during the actual happenings of a 'sugar' [i.e., LSD] party. The results are different to say the least..." The Acid Test album itself is quite scarce; it was re-released in the 1980s in a limited edition. This promotional giveaway record is exceedingly uncommon, and a landmark for one of the most influential and long-lasting rock and roll bands to come out of the San Francisco Bay Area of the 1960s. The Grateful Dead went on to a 30-year career and became the most popular improvisational "jam band" of its time, triggering any number of similar jamming, touring bands in its wake, and capturing an essence of the hippie counterculture that has lived on long after its historical moment passed. Fine, in a plain white sleeve. A scarce recording from the San Francisco counter-culture, and a seminal recording of one of the great rock bands of all time. First Edition. No Binding.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The Moon is a Harsh Mistress

      G.P Putnam's Sons, 1966 First edition, no mention of later printings. SIGNED on a sticker, affixed to a tipped-in page. Book near fine, minor rubbing along spine hinges. Dust jacket very good, some chipping at corners and spine ends. Flap price $5.95. Housed in a custom-made slipcase. We will provide a certificate of authenticity.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good.

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        The Last Picture Show (Signed First Edition)

      New York: Dial, 1966. First Edition. First Edition. SIGNED by the author on the title page. Basis for the excellent 1971 Peter Bogdanovich film, co-scripted with McMurtry. Cybil Shepherd made her debut and Cloris Leachman and Ben Johnson both won Oscars for their performance. Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. Jacket art by J. J. Fox.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        LAST PICTURE SHOW

      New York The Dial Press 1966 - First edition. 8vo, original beige cloth in the dustjacket. 280 pp. A very fine copy, as pristine. A VERY FINE, AS MINT COPY OF THIS VERY WELL RECEIVED AND SUCCESSFUL FIRST EDITION. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mattheuer, Wolfgang. - "Gestrandeter Vogel".

      - Holzschnitt, in Schwarz, auf rauhem gelblichem Japanpapier, 1966. Von Wolfgang Mattheuer. 33,8 x 40,7 cm (Darstellung / Druckstock) / 44 x 49 cm (Blatt). Koch 146 III (von III). Rechts unten in Bleistift signiert und datiert. - Im unteren Rand kaum merklich knickspurig. Guter Zustand. Wolfgang Mattheuer (1927 Reichenbach/Voigtland - 2004 Leipzig). Deutscher Maler, Grafiker und Bildhauer, Hauptvertreter der Leipziger Schule. 1941-44 Lithografenlehre in der Firma Carl Werner. 1944-45 Einberufung, Verwundung und Kriegsgefangenschaft im Zweiten Weltkrieg. 1946-47 Besuch der Kunstgewerbeschule in Leipzig. 1947-51 Sudium an der Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig unter anderem bei Egon Pruggmayer, Walter Arnold und Elisabeth Voigt. 1951/52 als Grafiker in Berlin tätig. Mitglied des Verbandes Bildender Künstler Deutschlands. 1953-74 Lehrtätigkeit an der Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig, 1965-74 Professur. Danach freischaffend in Leipzig. 1968 Kunstpreis der Stadt Leipzig. 1973 Kunstpreis der DDR. 1975 Nationalpreis der DDR für Kunst und Literatur. 1985 wird Mattheuer zum Ehrenbürger der Stadt Reichenbach ernannt. 1993 Mitglied der Akademie der Künste Berlin-Brandenburg. Verleihung des Verdienstkreuzes I. Klasse zum Verdienstorden der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. 2003 Mitglied der Freien Akademie der Künste Hamburg. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: GALERIE HIMMEL]
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        The Crying of Lot 49

      J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia 1966 - First edition of this second novel, small octavo, 183 pages, fine copy in near fine dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: alain marchet]
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        Le Néon de la Vie

      Paris: Alexandre Loewy, 1966. Copy #33 of 40 copies, signed by the artist. Entire edition 50 copies: Ten special copies in various states, 40 as this. Large quarto. 10 1/2 x 14 1/4”. Wholly engraved in color. Thirteen loose sheets (26” x 20”) each folded once into eight pages, printed on one side only, for a total of 44 wood engraved pages (title page and first page of text on a single sheet, plus blank end sheet). The work is meant to be viewed in double page spreads. Burlap chemise and open wooden slipcase burnished in square designs around the edges. A highly experimental book with each colorful two-page spread bearing text and designs arranged in a non-linear shape and order. Strachan (p233) writing when Le Néon de la Vie had just been published calls it an example of a livre manuscript. “Louttre has his own very personal language of intentional rusticity. The designs are cut intaglio, inked and printed in black and tones of orange and red, and result in forty pages which are both witty and a feast to the eye." “Loutre B." (sculptor, engraver, ceramicist, mosaic artist) is the son of the designer and painter Roger Bissičre (1886-1964). He used his nickname "Loutre B." (Otter ) as an artist name to emerge from the shadow of his father. He developed a special printing technique , in which he combined woodcut and copperplate engraving, to producing a three-dimensional effect. He began to work in engraving in 1960, studying with Marcel Fiorini and experimenting with combining copper plates with woodblocks for a sculptural effect. The following year Louttre won the second Biennale de Paris. He also experimented with monumental sculpture in cement and wood including those for public buildings; in addition he created tapestries and stained glass windows. He participated in numerous private and collective exhibitions throughout Europe. “Louttre B” also worked in other art forms, from sand painting to stained glass, sculpture, tapestry design and book illustration. His work was included in exhibitions all over the world and is held in several important collections, including the Musée des Beaux-arts in Bordeaux. “Louttre B” worked with experimental techniques in several books entirely engraved, of which Le Néon de la vie, 1966 is the first.; Le Tarot des Familles, 1976 ; Les Douze Émois, 1980 ; Les Trčs Riches Heures, 1985 ; Pauvre Gaspard de Verlaine, 1995 ; Le Bogjo's Bohmp by Walter Léwino, 1995). The Parisian bookseller Alexandre Loewy (1906- 1995) ) published only a few livres des artistes, these by contemporary artists in order to provide a showcase for their experimental work. These include Les Roses by Rainer Maria Rilke, with etchings by Imre Reiner (1959) Vigies by Tristan Tzara with aquatints by Camille Bryen, 1962 Le néon de la vie, text and etchings by M.-A. Bissičre, 1966 Aurélia. By Gerard de Nerval, with etchings by Imred Reiner, 1970 Ref: Strachan, W.J. The Artist and the book in France. 1969. illus plate 117, catalog p.334

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        Man. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. New Series.

      London, Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1966-1994. 1/1966 - 29/1994 Mit zahlreichen Tafeln und Textillustrationen. 8°. Grüne Leineneinbände. ISSN: 0025-1496. - Titel rückseitig gestempelt und Buchrücken mit Bibliotheksschildchen, ansonsten tadellose Erhaltung. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Trageser]
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        A Village on a Hill.

      London: Ganymed Original Editions. Printed at the studio of H. F. Grace.,, 1966. Original two colour lithograph on heavy wove paper. Sheet size: 97.5 x 64 cm. Excellent condition. Presented in a white wooden frame with UV protective glass. Edition of 75. Signed and dated lower left in red felt tip by Lowry. "A Village on a Hill" is Lowry's first and largest work in lithography and was printed from a zinc plate.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        MORALIDADES. Primera edición.

      Joaquín Mortiz, México D.F. 1966 - Edición de 1100 ejemplares. Ejemplar Nº1056. 73pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: LLIBRERIA KEPOS-CANUDA]
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        Flying Finish.

      8vo, original boards, in dust-jacket; a very good copy.; First edition. Inscribed by the author to Gerry Albertini on the front free endpaper.

      [Bookseller: Henry Southern Ltd.]
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        The Great Polyglot Bibles. A Treatise.

      Folio in original paper portfolios preserved in cloth box. Illustrated with decorations taken from the Complutensian Bible and other early C16th Spanish books. Box with a light dampstain, internally fine. First edition of this treatise, limited to 400 copies each with an original page from the first Polyglot Bible, the Complutesian Of Acala 1514-17. Printed by the Allen Press An attractively produced leaf book with letterpress essay on several editions of Polyglot Bibles, with the original leaf from the Complutensian of Acala, printed in 6 volumes from 1514-17. The fine leaf is printed with Latin, Greek and Hebrew typefaces in four columns and two smaller rectangles. The essay also reproduces many woodcuts from the Polyglot Bibles.

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        The Collection of Helena Rubinstein African and Oceanic Art Parts One and Two

      New York, NY: Parke-Bernet Galleries. VG+/No dust jacket As Issued. 1966. First Edition. Softcover. VG+, front cover very lightly creased. Minor edge wear. No names or markings. ; The entire collection was offered in five illustrated catalogs. This catalog on African and Oceanic Art was the second in the series and includes Parts One and Two of the sale of African and Oceanic Art offered on April 21 and 29, 1966. This volume is the most elusive of the five catalogs and is very uncommon. Three color plates and many b&w plates illustrate this fabulous collection. ; Princess Gourielli; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall .

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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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        THE FURIES

      Rupart Hart-Davis Inc., London 1966 - The author's first book. Light toning to spine and two tiny brown marks to the leading edge of the text block. Near fine in near fine, bright dust jacket with only a hint of edge rubbing. A superior copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Robert Gavora, Fine & Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Alles was Odem hat, lobe den Herrn. Photos von Karl Jud. Mit ausgewählten Psalmen u.e. Vorw. von Heinrich Suso Braun

      Zürich , Stuttgart , Wien : Aldus Manutius Verl., [1966]. - 38 S. : Abb. mit Text , 8, antiquarisch gut erhaltenes Exemplar, K3909 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 400

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        Winston S. Churchill. Youth 1874-1900. Young Statesman 1901-1914. 1914-1916. 1917-1922. 1922-1939. Finest Hour 1939-1941. Road to Victory 1941-1945. 'Never Despair' 1945-1965. Companion volume I parts 1 & 2. ...volume II parts 1, 2 & 3. ...volume III parts 1 & 2. ...volume IV parts 1, 2 & 3. ...volume V parts 1, 2 & 3

      London: Heinemann, (1966-88). Twenty-one volumes. All first editions. 8vo. Publisher's cloth, gilt lettered to the spine, dust jackets. Photographic illustrations throughout. The jacket spines of the three Companion volumes to volume IV sunned, some fading to the cloth of the final volume, some occasional very light edge wear and marking, a very good set. A monumental work of biography, Gilbert taking over the project at volume III.

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        Winston S. Churchill. Youth 1874-1900. Young Statesman 1901-1914. 1914-1916. 1917-1922. 1922-1939. Finest Hour 1939-1941. Road to Victory 1941-1945. 'Never Despair' 1945-1965. Companion volume I parts 1 & 2. .volume II parts 1, 2 & 3. .volume III parts 1 & 2. .volume IV parts 1, 2 & 3. .volume V parts 1, 2 & 3

      London: Heinemann, (1966-88) - Twenty-one volumes. All first editions. 8vo. Publisher's cloth, gilt lettered to the spine, dust jackets. Photographic illustrations throughout. The jacket spines of the three Companion volumes to volume IV sunned, some fading to the cloth of the final volume, some occasional very light edge wear and marking, a very good set. A monumental work of biography, Gilbert taking over the project at volume III.

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        Winston S. Churchill [the Official Biography]. Volume 1: Youth, 1874-1900. Volume 2: Young Statesman, 1901-1914. Volume 3: The Challenge of War, 1914-1916. Volume 4: 1917-1922. Volume 5: 1922-1939. Volume 6: Finest Hour, 1939-1941. Volume 7: Road to Victory, 1941-1945. Volume 8: Never Despair, 1945-1965

      London 1966 - 1966 to 1988 (all first editions). Large octavo, eight volumes; variously cloth and papered boards as issued; Volume 4 a little flecked; edges of Volume 5 a little foxed; two top edges lightly sunned; an excellent set with the dustwrappers slightly rubbed, creased and torn (and with Volumes 3 and 4 a little sunned on the spines). The complete Official Biography. + The matching Companion Volumes as follows: Volume 1, Parts 1 and 2; Volume 2, Parts 1, 2 and 3; Volume 3, Parts 1 and 2; Volume 4, Parts 1, 2 and 3; and Volume 5, Part 1 (London, Heinemann, 1967 to 1979; large octavo, eleven volumes [of the thirteen published - lacking only the very scarce Parts 2 and 3 of Volume 5]; cloth; the rear cover of Part 1 of Volume 2 is waterstained and a little bowed, with a light waterstain to the top and bottom edges, not affecting the text; trifling bumps to a few corners; an excellent set with all dustwrappers, slightly sunned and chipped. These companion volumes are an extensive source of previously unpublished primary and secondary Churchillian material). + GILBERT, Martin: The Churchill War Papers (New York, Norton, 1993 to 2000; large octavo, three volumes; cloth; a fine set with the fine dustwrappers. These volumes are regarded as companion volumes to Volume 6 of the Official Biography). [22 items]. Please use the 'Ask Bookseller a Question' link below to confirm availability and postage charges. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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