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        Richard Fariña at the Discovery Bookshop, May 1, 1966

      San Francisco: The Discovery Bookshop, 1966. Handpress poster advertising a reading and autograph party for author Richard Fariña, in celebration of the publication of his now-seminal novel, "Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me," at the Discovery Bookshop in San Francisco, on May 1, 1966. Fariña's book was published two days prior to his untimely death in a motorcycle accident, and this reading was to have been held the day after. A moving and greatly unintended handpress memorial to one of the most important authors of his day, one of the greatest artistic results of the Greenwich Village scene, and a major influence on the likes of Bob Dylan and Thomas Pynchon. 11.75 x 15.25 inches. Right edge uncut as issued. Fine.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Catalogo della Mostra alla Galleria Arte Centro


      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini]
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        Carnet de voyage. Extrait des mémoires d'un touriste

      Paris, Les centraux bibliophiles 1966. In - Folio en feuillets, couverture rempliée, sous double étui éditeur de toile verte, avec titre doré en dos. Illustré de gravures sur cuivre hors texte de Pierre GUASTALLA. 119 pages. Tirage limité numéroté à 140 exemplaires sur grand vélin d'Arches ; celui ci n° 46 nominatif. Exemplaire enrichi d'une des 10 suites de 22 gravures sur Japon Nacré, de 2 dessins originaux (1 sur calque et 1 sur papier : Le pont du Gard) ; ainsi qu'un menu du même artiste dédicacé et signé. Très bon état.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Artgil]
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        [Collection of six volumes of poetry:]

      London: Privately Printed [at The Stellar Press], , 1966—1974. Seventeen Poems Missing From Love Respelt; Colophon to Love Respelt; Beyond Giving; The Green-Sailed Vessel; Timeless Meeting; At the Gate. 6 works, octavo. Original boards or cloth, untrimmed. With the dust jackets. All in excellent condition. First and limited editions, all numbered editions of various limitation signed by Robert Graves. A very appealing complete set of these attractively produced Stellar Press volumes.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Every Building on the Sunset Strip


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        The Collected Works of Jane Bowles

      New York: The Noonday Press, 1966. First edition, trade paperback issue, of the collected works of Jane Bowles, with an introduction by Truman Capote. Although Bowles published comparatively little, she was a true writer's writer, a sly prose stylist of great originality, easier to admire than to imitate. This collection contains her stories, her play In The Summer House, and her defining novel Two Serious Ladies: "'Since you live so far out of town,' said Arnold, 'why don't you spend the night at my house? We have an extra bedroom.' 'I probably shall,' said Miss Goering, 'although it is against my entire code, but then, I have never even begun to use my code, although I judge everything by it.' Miss Goering looked a little morose after having said this and they drove on in silence until they reached their destination." Affectionately inscribed by Bowles to Arab-American poet Sam Hazo: "We all wonder what makes Sammy rhyme. Fondly, Jane." The founder of the International Poetry Forum, Hazo did much to promote Arab and African writers in the United States; as longtime residents of Tangier, both Jane and Paul Bowles took an interest in the translation and publication of modern North African writing. Books inscribed by Bowles are notably scarce. A near-fine copy, with an excellent literary association. Octavo, original printed wraps designed by Ronald Clyne. Lightest edgewear, small crease to spine.

      [Bookseller: Honey & Wax Booksellers]
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      Gallimard 1966 - - Gallimard, Paris 1966, 14x19cm, broché. - Edition originale illustrée de 57 dessins et collages de l'auteur, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Envoi autographe signé de Jacques Prévert à Elsa Zaudrer enrichi d'un petit dessin tricolore représentant une fleur. Bel exemplaire. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition illustrated with 57 drawings and collages of the author, one of the review copies service. Signed autograph of Jacques Prévert Elsa Zaudrer enriched a small tri-color drawing of a flower. Nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        The Bell Jar.

      London: Faber and Faber,, 1966. Octavo. Original black cloth, title to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. A little faint foxing to edges of text block; an excellent copy in the bright, price-clipped jacket. Second edition, and the first to be published under Plath's own name. The book was first published in 1963 under the pseudonym Victoria Lucas, and contained the dedication "For Elizabeth and David", referring to Elizabeth Sigmund, one of Plath's closest friends. When this edition was published, three years after Plath's suicide, the dedication was not included and Faber editor Charles Monteith later apologised to Sigmund for the oversight.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Ceiling of the Paris Opera

      Frederick A. Praeger Publishers, USA 1966 - 90pgs. Burgundy cloth with scene on front panel. Embossed black lettering on the spine.Original Lithograph frontispiece present. as well as six lithographs, drawings throughout. Thin horizontal streak across the lower front panel, light toning to the endpapers, otherwise fine The lithographs are in excellent condition. "Final Study" foldout in rear pocket. Unclipped pictorial jacket has minor closed tear, light toning at extremities of the rear panel, in clear acetate sleeve with author and title in white lettering. André Malraux, France's Minister of Culture wanted something unique the Ceiling of the Paris Opera and decided Chagall would be the ideal artist. The images Chagall painted on the canvas paid tribute to the composers Mozart, Wagner, Mussorgsky, Berlioz and Ravel, as well as to famous actors and dancers. After the new ceiling was unveiled, "even the bitterest opponents of the commission seemed to fall silent" This book exemplifies the wonderful color and imagery that Chagall can offer. Size: Small Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Chatham Bookseller]
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        The Adventures of Tintin The Black Island Signed Hergé Inscribed

      UK: Methuen, 1966. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Near Fine. Hergé . The Adventures of Tintin The Black Island Inscribed and Signed by Hergé Autograph First Edition Methuen 1966. No inscriptions, no foxing, no loose pages. Binding still tight with none of the common splitting or cracking to hinges or spine. Covers bright and near fine. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED 'With best wishes from Tintin, Snowy and Hergé, March 1966' ALONGSIDE ILLUSTRATION BY Hergé (Georges Prosper Remi 1907-1983) to fep in ink. One of very few signed first English editions. Further images on request.

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        Every Building on the Sunset Strip.

      Los Angeles: Edward Ruscha, 1966. First edition,second issue. Small octavo, original stiff self-wrappers, original slipcase. Inscribed by Ed Ruscha to his aunt, "For Aunt Carol Ed Ruscha." One continuous accordion-fold page composed of glued paper segments with black-and-white photographs of every building on the sunset strip. Near fine in a very good slipcase. In the 1960s, Ed Ruscha more or less reinvented the artist’s book. By turning away from the craftsmanship and luxury status that typified the livre d’artiste in favor of the artistic idea or concept, expressed simply through photographs and text, Ruscha opened the genre to the possibilities of mass-production and distribution. The 27-foot length of the accordion-folded Every Building on the Sunset Strip affords the viewer two continuous photographic views of the mile and a half section of this landmark stretch of Sunset, one for each side of one of the city’s landmark thoroughfare" (The Getty Research Institute).

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        Martha Graham: Portrait of the Lady as an Artist (First Edition, inscribed to Sidney Lumet)

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1966. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED by Martha Graham to the late, legendary film director Sidney Lumet at the half-title page: "For Sidney Lumet / Martha Graham." Sidney Lumet's astounding catalog of films slightly predicted (and later joined) the work of the great filmmakers of the 1970s, with a laundry list of five-star achievements that includes "Dog Day Afternoon," "The Pawnbroker," "Serpico," "The Verdict," and "Network." Additionally signed by authors Leroy Leatherman and Martha Swope on the title page. A tremendous association, and a lovely copy of this important, beautifully constructed document of Graham's early work as a pioneer of modern American dance. Fine in a bright, Near Fine dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Ezra Pound's Cavalcanti Poems

      A New Directions Book [Printed by the Officina Bodoni], (1966), [Verona] - Limited edition of 190 copies for sale in the U.S., Great Britain and Italy, this being no. 78 (plus 10 on Japanese paper); SIGNED by Ezra Pound on the colophon page. Guido Cavalcanti (ca. 1255 - 1300) is regarded as the first major poet of Italian literatue and was the best friend of Dante Alighieri; he was a character in Boccaccio's Decameron, and influenced writers as recently as 1861 with Dante Gabriel Rossetti - from there he had an influence on Ezra Pound, an admirer of Rossetti. In 1912 Pound first published his translations of Cavalcanti's work, with another publication in 1932. Pound's main focus was on Cavalcanti's philosophy of love and light, and this focus had a further influence on Pound's friend and fellow modernist T.S. Eliot. (N.B., above information from Wikipedia.) This edition of 1966, exquisitely printed by the Officina Bodoni, includes Pound's translations with two pages of Notes at the end, the Introduction to the Edition of 1912, and two essays entitled "Mediaevalism" and "The Other Dimension", with an Index at the rear. ***DESCRIPTION: Gold laid paper boards with a vellum spine, the initials "EP" in outline in gilt on the front, gilt lettering on the spine, title page in rust and black, printed in Dante type on Pescia paper, quarto size (approximately 11.25" tall), pagination: (1)-106, blank, colophon with printer's device in red, signature of Ezra Pound above the limitation statement; limited edition of 190 copies on paper, this no. 78. Original clear glassine wrap present, encased on a grey cardboard slipcase with a paper label on the front. ***CONDITION: Fine, with a strong, square text block, solid hinges, perfectly straight corners with no rubbing, the interior is clean and bright, and it is entirely free of prior owner markings; the original glassine wrap is also fine, as is the slipcase. ***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply as the Abe standard does not always cover costs; please contact us for details. ***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Viaggetto in Etruria

      Roma: , , 1966. Brossura (wrappers). Molto Buono (Very Good). Dedica e firma autografe dell'Autore, datata Roma 3/1/1966 (Inscription signed by the Author, dated Roma 3/1/1966). Con un'acquaforte originale di Bruno Caruso (Ritratto di Ungaretti), firmata e dedicata su lastra ("Dedicata a Giuseppe Ungaretti") e firmata da Ungaretti ad inchiostro verde. Il volume è firmato da Ungaretti e Caruso. Edizione fuori commercio per i soci dell'ALUT. Il libro cotiene le prose di viaggio di Giuseppe Ungaretti Sfinge e Inno al ponte, dedicate alle zone archeologiche dell'antica Etruria nella provincia di Viterbo. Pubblicate per la prima volta su «La Gazzetta del Popolo» nel giugno 1935 e poi raccolte da Ungaretti nel presente volume. 8vo. pp. 18. Dedica e firma autografe dell'Autore, datata Roma 3/1/1966 (Inscription signed by the Author, dated Roma 3/1/1966). Molto Buono (Very Good). Prima ed. di 160 es. numerati e firmati dagli A.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini]
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      MacGibbon & Kee, 1966, Hardcover (Original Cloth), Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, First Edition. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Dust Jacket is fully intact, no tears or chips, but carries signs of wear to top and bottom edges, corners etc. Dust Jacket price-clipped. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Fiction; Antiquarian & Rare. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 7933.

      [Bookseller: Mr Pickwick's Fine Old Books]
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        William Hartnell Signed Photograph and Letter Framed Doctor Who Autograph

      UK, 1966. No Binding. Fine. William Hartnell Signed Photograph and Letter Framed Doctor Who Autograph. Mounted and framed signed letter and photograph of William Hartnell, the original Doctor Who. The letter is a written reply to a fan who requested an autograph. It is especially rare as there are very few recorded instances of Hartnell referring to or discussing his time playing Doctor Who. Dated May 23rd 1966, it was written towards the end of his run playing the Doctor but before he knew that he was leaving the series. Interestingly, some of the comments made in the letter could be interpreted as dissatisfaction with the direction of the show at the time. The photograph features Hartnell in character as the Doctor and is signed 'William Hartnell Dr Who'. A unique part of television history. The frame is 43cm x 35cm.

      [Bookseller: Brought to Book Ltd]
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        Wide Sargasso Sea

      The First UK Printing published by Andre Deutsch in1966.The BOOK is in near FINE condition.A hint of pushing to the spine ends and little dustiness to the upper text block.Previous owner's gift inscription on the front bank end paper.The WRAPPER is complete and is in near FINE condition.A tiny amount of creasing to the upper spine tip else a wonderfully clean and bright wrapper.The Eric Thomas wraparound wrapper artwork looks very striking in the removable Brodart archival cover.The title that relaunched Jean Rhys literary care and becoming increasingly uncommon. Ashtonrarebooks welcomes direct contact.

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        DOUBLE BUBBLE: Poems

      (New York): (E. Lagomarsino), (1966). First Edition. Wraps. Very good. 8vo. Original orange stapled printed wraps; 9" x 6" approx. Interior mimeographed. Mild wear to yapped edge of wrappers, with minor rubbing and soil. Occasion- al staining to several interior leaves, unobtrusive. Very good overall. pp. [blank], [1-3], 4-24, [blank]. SIGNED and dated (1987) by Acconci to first page. Acconci's first book, a collab- orative effort from this influ- ential performance artist and experimental poet. From an un- known, but presumably small edi- tion. OCLC locates 12 copies, but with several major institutions lacking. Uncommon in the trade; we've traced only a small handful over the last ten years, none signed. An important debut.

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        Typed Letter Signed regarding Midnight Cowboy

      N.p.: N.p., 1966. Typed letter signed from "Midnight Cowboy" author James Leo Herlihy, dated "4/3/1966" in holograph pencil. Although the letter is to an unknown recipient (the letter convivially begins "Hello, idiot"), he and Herlihy are clearly friends as there are several references to previous, ongoing correspondence and mutual friends, as well as his work, particularly "Midnight Cowboy." Herlihy begins the letter noting that he is vacationing in the Hamptons and "writing a long story or a short novel... Something about a magician, for godsake." He then notes that "Midnight Cowboy" was optioned and that "Schlesinger [John, who would direct the finished film]... seems hot to do it," and follows with an assessment that, due to financial pressure and fear of risk, "good-film-making is at [its] lowest ebb in years." Following, as it does, a mention of "Midnight Cowboy," this criticism is especially apropos. At the time of the this letter, the American film industry was indeed at a low point, with the studio system all but collapsed and nothing yet risen to take its place. By the time the film version of Herlihy's novel was released three years later, the nascent New Hollywood movement was on its way to becoming a cultural force, one that "Midnight Cowboy" played a key role in developing. Not only would the principle creators behind the film (Schlesinger, screenwriter Waldo Salt, and stars Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight) go on to do work that would resonate throughout the following decade, but the film's exploration of loneliness and isolation in a changing America, as well as its dealing in previously taboo subjects of prostitution, drug addiction, and homosexuality, foreshadows the themes of many of the New Hollywood films to come. Herlihy concludes the letter with a mention that director Joshua Logan is interested in working with him, and that Herlihy wants to do a project called "Peaceable Land," but Logan has to find time to read it because he is filming "Camelot" for Warner Bros. Logan, more successful as a theatre rather than film director, had previously directed the original Broadway production of Herlihy's play "Blue Denim" in 1958. All in all, a pointed, humorous letter (Herlihy signs it as "Lanny Ross," making reference to the old time radio singer and personality) that nevertheless provides great insight into the genesis of one of the key early New Hollywood films and the wider status of film culture during its production. 8.5 x 11 inches, single leaf, recto only. Folded twice for mailing, else Near Fine.

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        Every Building on the Sunset Strip

      Los Angeles: Self-published, 1966. 1st. Original Wraps. Collectible; Fine. A very sharp copy of the 1966 1st edition, 2nd issue of this pioneeering artist's book, which is cited by a number of the major photography reference books (Parr, Roth, The Open Book) for its far-reaching influence. The 2nd issue, lacking the extra flap-fold at the rear, is limited to 5,000 copies. This copy has held up very nicely, with clean and crisp wrappers. Mild darkening and a light crease (as usual) at the spine, otherwise very well-preserved. 12mo, an accordion fold-out extending to 27 ft. The fragile silver-foil slipcase has also held up very well and is solid and Near Fine, with just the slightest hint of foil peel at the fore-edges. For sure one of the highspots of the LA 60s art scene.

      [Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA]
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        L´Architettura ( De Re Aedificatoria) Ed. di Giovanni Orlandi et di Paolo Portoghesi. Classici Italiani di Science Tecniche e Arti.

      Milano Edizioni il Polifilo, 1966. 1. Auflage. LVI, 440 S. / S. 441-1166. Mit 60 Abb. 4°. Originalleineneinbände mit Schutzumschlägen und Schuber. Vorder- und Unterschnitt mit Büttenrand. Sehr gutes Exemplar. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Wait Until Dark (Original screenplay for the 1967 film)

      Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1966. Revised draft script for the 1967 film. Studio File Copy, with paper label indicia on the front wrapper. British script printed in London. Based on the Frederick Knott play, a Broadway production from February to December, 1966. Susy (Hepburn) is a woman who, having been recently blinded, is terrorized by a gang of hoodlums looking for a heroin-stuffed doll they believe to be in her house. Terence Young had only four years earlier directed the first James Bond film, "Dr. No" (1962), followed by "From Russia with Love" (1963) and "Thunderball" (1965), arguably his most popular films, along with this film, and "The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders" (1965). Set in New York, shot on location there and in Canada. Hepburn was nominated for an Academy Award. Blue studio wrappers., with die-cut window in the British style. Title page present, dated August 1, 1966, with credits for screenwriters Carrington, playwright Knott, director Young, and producer Mel Ferrer. 136 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 134. Roneograph. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound internally with two silver brads.

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      POLITI. POLITI,LEO. TALES OF THE LOS ANGELES PARKS. Palm Desert: Best-West (1966). Folio (11 1/4 x 14 3/4"), gilt cloth, slight soil along top edge else Fine. Featuring many richly colored full color plates of old parks of Los Angeles. THIS COPY IS WARMLY INSCRIBED BY POLITI TO A DEAR FRIEND, DATED 1966 WITH BEAUTIFUL WATERCOLOR DRAWING OF BIRDS AND FLOWERS. A special copy.

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc.]
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        Charles Henri Ford: Spare Parts.

      Athens: A New View Book, 1966 Hardcover First edition, first printing. Very Good hardcover with rubbing to the extremities, a small tear at the heel along the spine revealing the boards, and a short closed tear at one tip; lacking dj though not all copies were issued with one. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. An artist's book by Charles Henri Ford featuring his "Poem Posters:" word assemblages and collages of images and the residue of pop culture, all awash in psychedelic colors. "Earthy, elegant and alternating sexual references with advertising come-ons, the 'Poem Posters' were a particularly visual and outrageous form of concrete poetry." Ford was a poet, novelist, painter, and photographer; the life-long companion of the painter Pavel Tchelitchew; editor and publisher of the Surrealist art magazine View; and an exhibiting artist for much of his life. Unpaginated [ca. 100 pages of various weights and colors]; color throughout; 10 x 14 inches. #354 from an edition limited to 850 numbered copies (plus 100 hors d'commerce.) Due to size and weight, international and expedited shipping will be more than quoted.

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        Thoroughly Modern Millie (Original screenplay, director George Roy Hill's working copy)

      Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1966. Revised Final Script for the 1967 film musical, "Thoroughly Modern Millie," directed by George Roy Hill, written for the screen by Richard Morris, and starring Julie Andrews, James Fox, Mary Tyler Moore, and Carol Channing. This Oscar-winning director George Roy Hill's working copy, with his name in holograph pencil on the front wrapper, and annotations throughout in holograph pencil and ink (typically on the verso opposite each right-facing page). A delightful original musical set in the 1920s that mixes pop standards with new songs written by Sammy Cahn and James Van Heusen. Julie Andrews, borrowing somewhat from the character in her Broadway triumph, "The Boy Friend," stars as Millie Dilmount, who comes to New York in search of a secretarial job and an unattached boss, but finds more than that. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Original Score, and nominated for 6 others. Yellow studio wrappers, noted as REVISED FINAL SCREENPLAY on the front wrapper and dated May 16, 1966. Title page present, with a credit for screenwriter Morris. 130 leaves, mimeograph, rectos only. Pages and wrapper Very Good plus with minor wear and some staining (one large splash stain on the title page), bound with three gold brads.

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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. Light fold marks only visible on close inspection. Presented in a black and silver frame with Perspex. Proof before printing aside from the edition of 75. Signed and dated lower left in red felt tip by Lowry. Ganymed Specimen stamped lower right. Archive of Stanley Jones blindstamp lower left. This print was sent to Lowry as a proof before the print run, Lowry gave the go ahead to print as is, folded the print and returned to Bernard Baer, print director of the Ganymed Press. We are unsure how this then came into the hands of Stanley Jones as he was master print maker at the Curwen Studio. Accompanied with a letter of authentication from Stanley Jones adhered to the back board. "A Village on a Hill" is Lowry's first and largest work in lithography and was printed from a zinc plate.

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        Sugai ou la tension maxima

      Milano: Grafica Uno, , 1966. Ottimo (Fine). 10 acqueforti acquetinte a colori di Kumi Sugai, numerate e firmate a matita dall'Artista (cm 60x50). Testo di Jouffroy. cm 60x50. pp. 8 + incisioni. Ottimo (Fine). Prima edizione di 50 + X es. numerati.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini]
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        Notari. Dodici litografie

      Venezia: Cavallino, , 1966. Quartini sciolti in cartelletta (loose as issued in original portfolio). Ottimo (Fine). 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.

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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. - Mit zahlreichen Tafeln und Textillustrationen. ISSN: 0025-1496. - Titel rückseitig gestempelt und Buchrücken mit Bibliotheksschildchen, ansonsten tadellose Erhaltung. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 35000

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Trageser]
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      Bill Graham, San Francisco, CA 1966 - Music / event poster. Blue and mint green on white paper. Screen printed. First printing (includes union logo 72 in the lower left corner). Performers include Quicksilver Messenger Service, Grateful Dead and The Mothers. Very good condition. 20 x 14". [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Steven Leiber]
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        Roumeli. Travels in The Northern Greece.

      London: John Murray, 1966., 1966. FIRST EDITION. This copy additionally SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR via bookplate to pastedown. Octavo, pp.xii; 248. Publisher's blue cloth, titled and decorated in gilt to spine and front board. Minor edgewear. In a clean, bright dustwrapper which is a trifle toned to the spine. A near fine copy. An entertaining and often moving account of the author's travels through remote areas of Northern Greece and its minority communites. The Works of Patrick Leigh Fermor featured in The Guardian's 'Greatest Travel Book' Selection [2011]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        L’ESULE. Voce dell’Irredentismo Istriano Fiumano e Dalmata.

      Milano,, 1966 - 1993.. In-4, brossura. Offriamo una raccolta quasi completa di questo periodico. Dal numero 3 - 4 del 1966 al numero 163 del 1993. Mancano i seguenti numeri: 1967: 7 - 9 1968: 13 - 18 1969: 19 - 23 1975: 60 1979: 85 1982: 99 - 101 - 103 1983: 105 - 107 1985: 117 - 119 1988: 134 - 135 - 136 1990: 151. In buono stato (good copy). disponibili, su richiesta, anche singoli fascicoli.

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        The Last Picture Show

      Dial Press, New York 1966 - SIGNED. VG/VG. First edition, First Printing stated. Signed by the McMurtry on the front free end paper. Book is tight and square with good corners and unmarred boards. Textblock has faint ink mark on dedication page and lightly tanned pages otherwise clean with no writing, bookplate or marks and not BCE, ex-library or remaindered. Dust jacket is unclipped ($4.95) lightly soiled, mild wear to edges, chips to spine ends and tiny hole mid front cover edge. Protected in a Brodart cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Winston S. Churchill. [The Official Biography. Complete set of main volumes I - VIII]. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS

      Heinemann [1966-88] 8 vols., roy. 8vo., First Editions, with 7 portrait frontispieces, titles in red and black, very numerous plates, and many maps and genealogical tables (a number folding); cloth, gilt backs, a very good, bright, clean set in unclipped dustwrapper. All wrappers are the preferred solid colour issues of the Uniform Edition. The set comprises: Vol. I: Youth 1874 - 1900 (1966); Vol. II: Young Statesman 1901 - 1914 (1967); Vol. III: 1914 - 1916 (1971); Vol. IV: 1917 - 1922 (1975); Vol. V: 1922 - 1939 (1976); Vol. VI: Finest Hour 1939 - 1941 (1983); Vol. VII: Road to Victory 1941 - 1945 (1986); Vol. VIII: Never Despair 1945 - 1965 (1988). Arguably the most important official biography of the twentieth century. The first two volumes were compiled by Winston's son Randolph; following his death in 1968 the torch passed to Churchill's assistant (now Sir) Martin Gilbert who completed the mammoth task.

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        Exceedingly Rare and Historically Desirable! Three Lyndon B. Johnson State of the Union addresses, each signed as President, obtained by Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey

      Washington, D.C., 1966-1968. 8vo. "Three House of Representative documents printed by the U.S. Government Printing Office: 89th Congress 2d Session (11pp, January 12, 1966), 90th Congress 1st Session (14pp, January 10, 1967), and 90th Congress 2d Session (10pp, January 17, 1968), 5.5? x 9?, each being the State of the Union address delivered by Pres. Johnson to a Joint Session of Congress. Each boldly signed on the first page ?Lyndon B. Johnson? as President. Accompanied by the typed letter of transmittal from Vice President Humphrey signed ?Hubert H.? to a longtime Minneapolis friend, 1p, 7? x 8.5?. Washington, Feb. 20, 1968: ?Ask and it shall be yours. The President was happy to sign his State of the Union messages for you, and they are enclosed...?Humphrey?s letter and envelope have been bound together with the three signed ?State of the Union? messages (in this order: 1967, 1966, 1968) in a custom book bound in black morocco, imprinted in gilt ?State of the Union / Address / Lyndon B. Johnson? on the cover.Excerpts1966: ?Our Nation tonight is engaged in a brutal and bitter conflict in Vietnam ... But we will not permit those who fire upon us in Vietnam to win a victory over the desires and the intentions of all the American people. This Nation is mighty enough, its society is healthy enough, its people are strong enough, to pursue our goals in the rest of the world while still building a Great Society here at home ... I believe that we can continue the Great Society while we fight in Vietnam ... I propose legislation to strengthen authority of Federal courts to try those who murder, attack, or intimidate either civil rights workers or others exercising their constitutional rights ?" and to increase penalties to a level equal to the nature of the crime ... I will propose in addition a program to construct and to flight-test a new supersonic transport airplane that will fly three times the speed of sound-in excess of 2,000 miles per hour...?To strengthen the work of Congress I strongly urge an amendment to provide a 4-year term for Members of the House of Representatives-which should not begin before 1972. The present 2-year term requires most Members of Congress to divert enormous energies to an almost constant process of campaigning-depriving this Nation of the fullest measure of both their skill and their wisdom ... An America that is mighty beyond description ?" yet living in a hostile or despairing world ?" would be neither safe nor free to build a civilization to liberate the spirit of man ... In this pursuit we have defended against Communist aggression ?" in Korea under President Truman ?" in the Formosa Straits under President Eisenhower ?" in Cuba under President Kennedy ?" and again in Vietnam...??We could leave, abandoning South Vietnam to its attackers and to certain conquest, or we could stay and fight beside the people of South Vietnam. We stayed. And we will stay until aggression has stopped ... And let me be absolutely clear: The days may become months, and the months may become years, but we will stay as long as aggression commands us to battle...?1967: ?Abroad, the question is whether we have the staying power to fight a very costly war, when the objective is limited and the danger to us is seemingly remote. So our test is not whether we shrink from our country?s cause when the dangers to us are obvious and close at hand, but, rather, whether we carry on when they seem obscure and distant-and some think that it is safe to lay down our burdens. I have come tonight to ask this Congress and this Nation to resolve that issue: to meet our commitments at home and abroad ?" to continue to build a better America-and to reaffirm this Nation's allegiance to freedom. As President Abraham Lincoln said, ?We must ask where we are, and whither we are tending.?...?On a similar occasion, at this rostrum in 1949, I heard a great American President, Harry S. Truman, declare this: ?The American people have decided that poverty is just as wasteful and just as unnecessary as preventable disease.? Many listened to President Truman that day here in this Chamber, but few understood what was required and did anything about it ... And when, 3 years ago, you here in the Congress joined with me in a declaration of war on poverty, then I warned, ?It will not be a short or easy struggle- no single weapon ... will suffice ?" but we shall not rest until that war is won.? ...?We should continue to seek equality and justice for each citizen-before a jury, in seeking a job, in exercising his civil rights. We should find a solution to fair housing, so that every American, regardless of color, has a decent home of his choice...??We should protect what Justice Brandeis called the ?right most valued by civilized men? ?" the right to privacy. We should outlaw all wiretapping-public and private- wherever and whenever it occurs, except when the security of this Nation itself is at stake-and only then with the strictest governmental safeguards. And we should exercise the full reach of our constitutional powers to outlaw electronic ?bugging? and ?snooping.? ... We will seek new partnerships with States and cities in order to deal with this hideous narcotics problem. And we will recommend strict controls on the sale of firearms. At the heart of this attack on crime must be the conviction that a free America ?" as Abraham Lincoln once said ?" must ?let reverence for the laws ... become the political religion of the Nation.? Our country?s laws must be respected. Order must be maintained. And I will support ?"with all the constitutional powers the President possesses ?" our Nations law enforcement officials in their attempt to control the crime and the violence that tear the fabric of our communities...?We have come a long way in this hemisphere since the inter-American effort in economic and social development was launched by the conference at Bogota in 1960 under the leadership of President Eisenhower. The Alliance for Progress moved dramatically forward under President Kennedy ...?No better words could describe our present course than those once spoken by the great Thomas Jefferson: ?It is the melancholy law of human societies to be compelled sometimes to choose a great evil in order to ward off a greater.? We have chosen to fight a limited war in Vietnam in an attempt to prevent a larger war ?" war almost certain to follow, I believe, if the Communists succeed in overrunning and taking over South Vietnam by aggression and by force. I believe, and I am supported by some authority, that if they are not checked now the world can expect to pay a greater price to check them later...?1968: ?Right now we are exploring the meaning of Hanoi?s recent statement. There is no mystery about the questions which must be answered before the bombing is stopped. We believe that any talks should follow the San Antonio formula that I stated last September, which said: The bombing would stop immediately if talks would take place promptly and with reasonable hopes that they would be productive. And the other side must not take advantage of our restraint as they have in the past. This Nation simply cannot accept anything less without jeopardizing the lives of our men and of our allies ... I have just recently returned from a very fruitful visit and talks with His Holiness the Pope and I share his hope ?" as he expressed it earlier today-that both sides will extend themselves in an effort to bring an end to the war in Vietnam...?During the Arab-Israeli war last June, the hot line between Washington and Moscow was used for the first time in our history. A cease-fire was achieved without a major power confrontation ... Turmoil continues on the mainland of China after a year of violent disruption. The radical extremism of their Government has isolated the Chinese people behind their own borders ... As you will remember, I met with Chairman Kosygin at Glassboro and we achieved, if not accord, at least a clearer understanding of our respective positions after 2 days of meeting. Because we believe the nuclear danger must be narrowed, we have worked with the Soviet Union and with other nations to reach an agreement that will halt the spread of nuclear weapons ... Serious differences still remain between us, yet in these relations, we have made some progress since Vienna, the Berlin Wall, and the Cuban missile crisis...?Last year, Medicare, Medicaid, and other new programs that you passed in the Congress brought better health to more than 25 million Americans. American medicine-with the very strong support and cooperation of public resources-has produced a phenomenal decline in the death rate from many of the dread diseases...?We, at every level of the government, State, local, Federal, know that the American people have had enough of rising crime and lawlessness in this country ... They recognize that the frontline headquarters against crime is in the home, the church, the city hall and the county courthouse and the statehouse-not in the far-removed National Capital of Washington. But the people also recognize that the National Government can and the National Government should help the cities and the States in their war on crime to the full extent of its resources and its constitutional authority. And this we shall do...?We have been unable to find any other presidentially signed State of the Union addresses printed by the U.S. Government Printing Office ?" not mimeographed press releases or typed transcripts or not definitively signed as President ?" ever offered for sale at major public auctions in the past 35 years."

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      NY: The Eakins Press, 1966. First ed. Evans, Walker. Square folio, 12 full-page b&w photographs with tissue guards. Stiff wrappers with printed label on front. A fine, as new copy housed in the publisher's flexible four-point linen folder with printed paper label.

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      Los Angeles 1966, Dawson's. White cloth over boards, folio,. 31 x 43 cm., as new copy, with 11 original & 11 facsimile of. movable type & papers specimens tipped in, cloth slipcase,dj. THE FIRST & ONLY LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION OF ONLY 300 COPIES. ANCIENT KOREAN PRINTING AND PAPERMAKING SAMPLES TIPPED IN THE EDITION: There were two variants to the FIRST & ONLY EDITION of three hundred numbered copies in all: PRIMARY EDITION: An edition numbered from I to XCV, remaining copies numbered 96-300. Because the amount of original specimens were exceptionally limited as the book was produced, many of the copies have a unique count of original vs. facsimile specimens. In a effort to make each copy complete, facsimiles were inserted to fill in where originals were deplete. Please carefully read each description to understand how each copy varies and for the actual count of originals vs. facsimiles samples. IMPORTANT NOTE: Not all copies will have a complete set of originals due to the rarity and ancient age of the these original papers samples. * DATES OF THE SPECIMENS: The specimens are dated from 1420 to 1858. This is a monumental and exhaustive work consisting of a total of 22 specimens of movable type & paper with tipped in examples. Each example exhibits a different movable type font, with a paragraph of description and identification in English with the font name in Hangul or Korean characters. ***** THE ACTUAL ORIGINAL SPECIMENS: As found in the Limited Edition of 300: 11 original specimens are: 7a: 1594-1605 Hullyon-Togam-Ja, Kyong-o-Ja style; 8: 1668 Samju-Kabin-Ja; 9: 1677 Hyongjong-Sillok-Ja; 10: 1682 Hang'gu-Ja; 11: 1721-24 Tang-Ja; 13:1777 Oju-Kabin-Ja; 15: 1792 Saeng-saeng-Ja; 16: Chongni-Ja; 18: 1792-1815 Ch'wijin-Ja; 20a: 1858: Chaeju-Chongni-Ja [wooden type]; 20b:1858: Chaeju-Chongni-Ja [bronze type]. NOTE: Each edition can vary as to the count of original specimens, please inquire with us for which edition has which original specimens. **** The chronological table names and describes all known Korean type fonts from 1403 to 1858. With a hand list of books and articles [a bibliography] of Korean types and printing. * THE AUTHOR: The author spent twenty years in both Japan and Korea researching this work and has produced the first original and major study in on this subject. A pioneering effort and scholarly work, still considered the authority and the most important classic on the subject. This Korean movable type reference sources is the most reliable and celebrated single English language source on the subject. Korean paper sources go back as far as 1232. Asian papers and printing blocks or movable fonts proceeded the Gutenberg Bible [1455] by about thirty years. * THE BINDING: The work was silently and expertly bound in brilliant white cloth spine over boards covered in persimmon-colored blind- stamped Buddhist swastika designed paper. There was also a buff-colored protective dust jacket, then the whole was inserted into an indigo blue cloth slipcase for a beautiful presentation. * THE FONTS: This title was five years in preparation, all printed in specially cut type set by hand with Chinese characters or ideographs along side Romanized proper names. The work was planned and produced in Tokyo at the Voyager's Press, the text was set in an experimental, modified version of the type cut for William Bulmer by William Martin in London, about 1780. * CONDITION: The book is as issued from the publisher like new, a trifle bit of rubbing to a corner, dust jacked with a bit of minor rubbing. The book itself can only be described as flawless, in the best of collector's condition. The slip case may have a bit of sear to a corner or a small bump, otherwise this work is exceptionally bright and clean. * THE PAPERS: The various handmade papers used for this entire work were supplied by Sanborn, in Tokyo and were made under their direction to specifications provided by the Voyagers' Press. Hand composition by Mr. Moriya Yoshiaki. Each copy is individually hand-numbered in pen. This is a Deluxe Edition, finely bound, printed and executed to the highest Japanese standards. A monumental and invaluable primary resource. ALWAYS RARE ! * The work contains a 3 page bibliography of books and articles onKorean types & printing. **** BIBLIOGRAPHY: Royal Library, Stockholm: A MILLENNIUM OF PRINTING IN CHINA, KOREA AND JAPAN. * Ernest Satow: FURHTER NOTES ON MOVABLE TYPES IN KOREA AND EARLY JAPANESE PRINTED BOOKS. * Tenri Library: TENRI LCENTRAL LIBRARY PHOTO SERIES no. 35: EARLY TYPOGRAPHIC EDFITIONS OF JAPAN. * [S. Edgren]: KOREANSKT BOKTRYCK 1420-1900 KOREAN PRINTING. This exhibition catalogue cites many fine examples. * ** FIRST AND ONLY LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION OF 300 COPIES ** * Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        Brockhaus Enzyklopädie 17.Auflage Ganzleder Jubiläum, 20 Bände (A-Z) | Nr. 825/999

      F.A. Brockhaus 1966-1974 (1975), Wiesbaden - Brockhaus Enzyklopädie. Siebzehnte völlig neubearbeitete Auflage. Limitierte & nummerierte Ganzleder-Jubiläumsausgabe. Komplett in 20 Bänden (A-Z). Wiesbaden, F.A. Brockhaus, 1966-1974 (1975). Selten erhältlich. Grüner Ganzledereinband, Rücken mit Goldprägungen, Kopfgoldschnitt, Signatur des Verlagsgründers auf vorderem Buchdeckel. Lexikonformat ca. 25 x 17 cm. Exemplar - Nr. 825/999: Die Bücher sind in sehr gutem Erhaltungszustand. Innen tadellos & sauber, keine Fleckigkeit, kein unangenehmer Geruch. Seiten & Buchblöcke fest. Ebenso einwandfrei erhalten ist der Einband mit den dekorativen Buchrücken & Buchdeckeln. Der Buchschnitt ist noch hell. Am Kopfgoldschnitt findet sich bei knapp der Hälfte der Bände ein marginaler, kaum erwähnenswerter feiner Kratzer; bei lediglich vier Bänden ist dieser etwas auffälliger. Die hinteren Buchkanten sind bei fünf Bänden berieben (s. Originalbild 6 der am stärksten betroffenen Bände in der Galerie). 45000 Gramm.

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        Marc Chagall: The Ceiling of the Paris Opera; Sketches, Drawings, and Paintings

      New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1966 Hardcover First English-language edition, first printing. Fine, virtually as new, cloth-bound hardcover in a Fine dust jacket with a tiny spot of soiling at the spine ends in the publisher's printed acetate dust jacket with a touch of shelf wear, wrinkling and slightly shrunk. A very nice copy. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. In 1963, Marc Chagall was commissioned to paint the new ceiling for the Paris Opera, a majestic 19th-century building and national monument. This volume traces--step by step--Chagall's thinking, from early sketches to finished masterpiece, with sketches, studies, paintings, photographs of the artist at work, and photographs of the final canvas in situ. Includes the original color lithograph frontis as well as the 19- x 24-inch two-sided poster, folded as issued, laid in to a pocket attached to the rear paste down. Text by Jacques Lassaigne; b&w photographs by Izis Bidermanas; color photographs by Jean Dubout. 90 pages; 1 original color lithograph + 6 color lithographs after Chagall + color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9.75 x 13.25 inches.

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        Cavalcanti Poems

      London: Faber and Faber, , 1966. Rilegato mezza tela (half-cloth binding). Perfetto (Mint). Volume stampato con caratteri Dante su pressa a mano dell'Officina Bodoni di Verona per James Laughlin, Faber and Faber, Vanni Scheiwiller e Giovanni Mardersteig. L'edizione consta di 190 esemplari su carta Pescia, di cui i numeri da 1 a 115 per la vendita negli Stati Uniti, i numeri da 116 a 165 in Gran Bretagna ed i numeri da 166 a 190 in Italia. Sono state inoltre stampate 10 copie su carta Japan numerati con le lettere da A a J. Tutte le copie sono firmate dall'Autore. Cm 29,5 x 19,5. 108. Perfetto (Mint). Prima ed. di 190 es. numerati e firmati dall'A.

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        Femmes by Claude Simon

      Paris: Maeght, 1966. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. tan board portfolio printed in red and black with red cloth ties. Very good. 20 pages in text. 56.5 x 45 cm. Frontispiece a color woodcut, plus 23 original color wood engravings, and three in red and black -- many after Miro paintings. The text by Claude Simon records his impression and critique of Miro's paintings collected by Maeght in the early 1960's. Original plain tan wrappers laid into folding case decorated by Miro. Interior contents fine, minor rubbing and chipping to portfolio extremities.

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      Giorgio Upiglio, Milano, 1966 - 10 Acqueforti di Enrico Baj. 16°, 10 Doppelblätter mit illustr. Umschlag in Orig.-Karton-Kassette - Nr. 64 von 125 nummerierten Exemplaren mit Orig.-Radierungen, vom Verfasser und Künstler im Impressum signiert - ein Blatt mit wenigen kleinen Braunflecken, sonst sehr gut

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        Original Artwork Entitled The Tora, Offshore Huntington Bay, NY

      1966. Original, palatte knife in oil on canvas, framed by the artist. 16" x 20". According to the artist, it shows the boat, "The Tora" beached on Huntington Bay, NY. It is signed, "R.J.E." and dated, 1966 by the artist. From his private collection. Richard J. Ericson (1922-2010.) was a fine artist who lived, worked, and taught art in Long Island, NY, where he is well known, particularly on the North shore. He had his art displayed in gallerys from Mexico City, where he resided 1949-1953, to the Art Center in Cold Spring Harbor, NY. And yes, the artist was my father, if you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Fine

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        The Lord of the Rings Being: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King

      London: George Allen and Unwin, 1966., 1966. All first impressions of the SECOND EDITION, revised throughout with a new Foreword by the author and issued with a new dust-wrapper design. Publisher's red cloth, gilt titles, top edge red, in grey/green pictorial dustwrappers. No inscriptions or price-clipping. Some acceptable and expected wear, joints rubbed to first volume. A presentable example of this important printing.

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        The Great Polyglot Bibles. A Treatise.

      1966 - 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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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