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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]

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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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      Edition originale, un des 100 exemplaires hors commerce numérotés sur B.F.K. de Rives, seuls grands papiers avec 662 autres B.F.K. de Rives.Précieux envoi autographe daté d'Octobre 1966 et signé de Samuel Beckett à son ami le peintre Geer (Van Velde) et à sa femme Lise.Bel exemplaire. Les éditions de minuit Paris 1966 14,5x19,5cm broché

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        Aesthetica in nuce

      Milano - Verona: Scheiwiller - Officina Bodoni, , 1966. Perfetto (Mint). Edizione per il centenario di Benedetto Croce, a cura di Giovanni Mardersteig. Con una fotografia di Hebert List del 1949 e una bibliografia a cura dell'editore. 8vo. pp. 52. Perfetto (Mint). Edizione originale di 200 es. numerati.

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        Curious George Goes to the Hospital

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, , 1966. Small quarto. Original yellow cloth, titles to spine and front cover red, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. In the price clipped dust jacket with a touch of wear to extremities, mild soiling to panels, closed tear along front spine edge, archival tape to verso of lower spine end to closed tear. A very good copy. First edition, first printing.

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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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        Specimen Pages of Korean Movable Types

      Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, 1966. Slipcase splitting at top edge, corners a little bumped, slight discolouration of the spine; nonetheless a most attractive book and internally excellent.. Large folio, with introductory text followed by 22 original leaves, each with descriptive letterpress, bound in tradition Korean yellow patterned paper with the slipcase. An important monograph on the history of printing containing actual leaves from Korean books some of which predate the Gutenberg bible. In total 300 individually numbered copies were published, however, only the first 95 copies (termed the 'Primary edition') contain a full suite of 22 original leaves, dating from 1422. This is copy number XXVII of that small group. The next 205 copies. completing the edition, contained progressively less original leaves and unsurprisingly it is the very early printings that were in much shorter supply. (For example, copy 126 had 15 original specimens, the earliest dated 1484, while copy 176 had just three). The samples in this book were collected and described by Melvin P. McGovern, Director of Education at the United States Army Headquarters in Korea, who has contributed an erudite preface on the history of Korean printing. McGovern traces the development of xylography in China up until the invention of movable type by the semi-mythical figure Pi Shêng, who supposedly cut single ideograms from clay, baked them in a kiln and arranged them within an iron frame for printing. From here the stage was set for further invention in Korea: 'Whether the Koreans learned of Pi Shêng's innovation or whether movable type was an invention of their own cannot be determined. Early Korean records show that movable type, probably of wood, was known as early as the first part of the thirteenth-century. Certainly the Koreans were the first people to use movable type cast in metal from moulds that allowed easy publication and could produce large amounts of durable characters of roughly standard dimensions: the first practical typographic method.'We also learn that the ink used was relatively light and a little foamy, unlike the tarry and somewhat bituminous ink used for printing European incunabula. With the introduction of movable type the paper used for printing was improved and strengthened by adding silkworm cocoons to the mulberry bark pulp used for papermaking. For a long time movable type remained a Korean preference, and although there was some exchange of printing technology between Japan and Korea, the Japanese preference for xylography lasted well into the nineteenth-century.The samples collected in this beautiful edition are of great significance to the history of printing as traditional techniques have been superseded in modern times. Finally, aside from the rare samples it contains, the book itself is an impressive work of fine printing and composition, being produced at the Voyagers' Press in Tokyo and entirely hand composed by master typographer Moriya Yoshiaki.

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      [Tokyo 1966-1982], Hokuseido. Vols. 2-4 cloth, 1 & 5 in wrs.. complete 5 vol. set, 123+211+340+225p., index, illustrated,. complete set of 5 vols., all clean dj. on vols. 2-4 in mylar. protector,mixed dates:[1982,1970,1976,1966,1979], vol.5 1st.. This illusive title has been out of print for a long time, only a couple of the volumes were reprinted, the complete work consisting of 5 volumes is rare and seldom found complete regardless of edition. * ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT WORKS IN ENGLISH ON ZEN: This is a comprehensive set of writings on Zen, Zen arts, the Zen masters and historical background. A wonderful set of works, with English, Japanese characters & Romanized texts. * A very well written, readable set of books. The celebrated Zen master D.T. Suzuki described Blyth as "one of the most eminent exponents of Japanese culture." **** OTHER RELATED WRITINGS BY BLYTH ON ZEN & HAIKU: ZEN AND HAIKU: Blyth's studies on Haiku, Japanese humor and Zen are "unique contributions towards East-West understanding." Blyth lived & worked in the east 40 years, until his death in 1964. The history of Zen is the history of moments. It cannot be, like the history of ideas, or even the history of the freedom of thought, an account of development, systematization, criticism, modification, replacement and so forth. Zen seems to become deeper sometimes, shallower, broader, narrower sometimes, but there is no progress of the ordinary kind. It is a history only in the sense of being a list of names of great men in the attainment of great and so forth. Zen seems to become deeper sometimes, shallower, broader, narrower sometimes, but there is no progress of the ordinary kind. It is a history only in the sense of being a list of names of great men in the attainment of great Buddha-hood. . Please check with us as we may have this in stock. Also please visit our website where you can download our latest catalog of Blyth books. You can also email us and request the list. We try to maintain a good number of his titles in stock at all times. * BLYTH'S CONTRIBUTION: Blyth lived and worked in the East for forty years, until his death in 1964 at the age of sixty-six. From the time of his internment in Japan during World War II, Blyth wrote assiduously. In the 1950's, his "ZEN IN ENGLISH LITERATURE" and "ORIENTAL CLASSICS" and "HAIKU" reached enthusiastic readers in America and Europe. Aldous Huxley describes Blyth's work as "illuminating." As William J. Higginson writes in his "HAIKU HANDBOOK," thanks to Blyth "a new interest in Japanese Haiku began to grow among poets of the immediate post World War II generation." ... Blyth's Contribution to cross-cultural understanding was manifold. In 1945, Blyth assumed a post as professor of English at Tokyo's Gakushuin University, the former Peers' School. For almost twenty years he tutored Crown Prince Akihito, the present Emperor. Blyth played a leading role in Emperor Hirohito's historical declaration of January 1, 1946, that he was a human being rather than a god. Blyth edited numerous writings from English and American literature, making them available to avid Japanese readers. **** FIRST EDITIONS: Following is a list of the First Editions: Vol. 1: 1960; vol. 2: 1964; vol. 3: 1970; vol. 4: 1966; vol. 5: 1962; vol. 7: 1962. [vol. 5, 7 are same contents] see additional notes below. There was no volume six ever published nor issued. * IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT WHAT A COMPLETE SET IS: COMPLETE IN 5 VOLUMES. Blyth originally planned this work to be an 8 volume set, but due to his untimely death, it only went to 5 volumes [per dust jacket notes found on volume 2]. The back of the dust jacket on volume one [First Edition] shows the list planning on a total of 8 volumes in all. . The whole set now actually consists of 5 volumes only and is complete in that state. It contains the below list of volumes, the list is based on our primary observation of each volume in addition to the publisher's notice of the series found on the dust jackets of several volumes. * The set is complete with volumes 1-5, there can be an acceptable variant in the last volume which can either be numbered volume 5 or 7, contents remains the same, it was merely the publisher's error. The value the a set with either volume 5 or 7 remains the same in our eyes, both issued in 1962 as the First Edition. * THE COMPLETE SET OF 5 VOLUMES: . Vol. I: GENERAL INTRODUCTION, FROM THE UPANISHADS TO HUINENG also WHAT I ZEN ? THE HISTORY OF ZEN, THE BELIEVING MIND, SONG OF TRHE WAY [THE CHENGTAOKE], THE PLATFORM SUTRA. * Vol. II: HISTORY OF ZEN, 713-867 also THE FIVE SECTS, GOZU ZEN AND ROAN ZEN, ENO AND HIS DISCIPLES, SEKITO'S DISCIPLES, SEPPO, SEPPO'S DISCIPLES, HOGEN & DISCIPLES, YAKUSAN TO SEKISO, SENSU, KASSAN, SHOZAN, TOZAN, SOZAN & UNGO, UMMON I, II, III THE SANDOKAI, HOKYOZAMMAI, POEMS OF HANSHAN I, II, ZEN MYSTICISM, EXISTENTIALISM, WAYS AND THE WAY, NATURE, HUMAN NATURE, THE BUDDHA NATURE THE POETIC NATURE, DEFECTS OF ZEN. * Vol. III: HISTORY OF ZEN 867-1260 also THE DISCIPLES OF TOZAN, NANGAKU AND BASHO, JOSHU, HYAKUJO RINZAI AND OBAKU THEIR DISCIPLES. * Vol. IV: MUMONKAN, HISTORY OF KOREAN ZEN, WUMENKUAN &c. * Vol. V: TWENTY-FIVE ZEN ESSAYS: WUMENKAUAN. . ! Note: vol. 5 and 7 are the same contents, simply a . numbering error on the part of the publisher. * Vol. VI: HISTORY OF JAPANESE ZEN, DOGEN HAKUIN, ETC. To our knowledge, this volume was never published. The contents were likely incorporated into other volumes with variant titles. * Vol. VII: ZEN ESSAYS, CHRISTIANITY, SEX, SOCIETY, ETC. . !! Note: vol. 5 and 7 have the same contents, simply a . numbering error on the part of the publisher. * NEVER ISSUED: Vol. VIII: BUDDHIST SERMONS ON CHRISTIAN TEXTS. The publisher never issued this title as part of this series, but issued it as a monograph in 1952, several years predating this series, then again in 1976 posthumously. Neither editions ever had any markings to indicate it to be a part of this series, we can only assume Blyth made a simple error when discussing this title as part of the current series. * ** = Please see note below: ** Hokuseido made an error in the numbering of this set. volumes 5 & 7 are identical. In fact, Blyth only published the first 5 of the planned set of 8 when he died in the fall of 1964, the last 3 volumes never published. To further complicate matters, in 1962 there was a 7th. volume set published but discontinued after Blyth's death, this was then reduced down to be numbered as volumes 1-5. The contents of old vol. 6 and 7 were combined to become new volume 5. This fact is clearly stated on verso of title page of new volume 5, "First published, as volume 7...1962 then reprinted as vol. 5, 1966." Suffice to say, when complete, the set is RARE in either of the 5 or 7 volume variants. The 8th volume was issued later as a monograph, and does NOT state volume 8. * The dust jacket on volume 1 clearly shows the plan to publish 8 volumes in the complete planned set of 8. The dust jacket of volume 5 of the 5 volume set clearly states a new and revised volume count to be now 5. Volume 5 in the new set contains: TWENTY-FIVE ZEN ESSAYS, [CHRISTIANITY], SEX SOCIETY &c. Introductions by D.T. Suzuki. * Please inquire with us for other titles by Reginald Horace Blyth, as we try to keep them in stock. This list is posted to our website, please visit and down load it or contact us for a current catalogue. *** SIZE & BINDING: The set is uniformly bound in brown cloth, with black lettering, 11.5 x 18.5 cm. Each volume was issued with a uniform dust jacket, each in a different color. Later editions were issued in stiff wrappers, some with dust jackets again in the same size. * BIBLIOGRAPHY: . Zen in English Literature and Oriental Classics, The Hokuseido Press, 1942 · Haiku, 1949-1952, complete in four volumes: Vol.1: Eastern Culture. Vol.2: Spring. Vol.3: Summer-Autumn. Vol.4: Autumn-Winter. The Hokuseido Press * Japanese Satirical Verses, The Hokuseido Press, 1949 * Japanese Humour, Japan Travel Bureau, 1957 * Japanese Life and Character in Senryu, 1959. * Oriental Humor, 1959. * Edo Satirical Verse Anthologies, 1961. The Hokuseido Press. * A History of Haiku in two volumes: Vol.1: From the Beginnings up to Issa. Vol.2: From Issa up to the Present.1963.The Hokuseido Press. * Games Zen Masters Play: Writings of R. H. Blyth, 1976. * For more on Blyth see Wikipedia: * Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not be the actual 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 and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * * BUY WITH .

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        International Situationniste No.10. BULLETIN CRITIQUE DES PUBLICATIONS PREHISTORIQUES. Volume VIII - Numéro 1 - 1966.

      (Paris), (International Situationniste), 1966 - Petit in-8 de 84 pages illustrées, agrafé, couverture blanche imprimée. No 10 de la revue “Internationale Situationniste” publié sous une fausse couverture pour être distribué clandestinement en Europe de l’Est. Couverture blanche légèrement salie. Couverture légèrement salie. Tampon au dos. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      Gallimard: Paris, France, 1966. LES CAHIERS DU CAPITAINE GEORGES - Souvenirs d'Amour et de Guerre 1894 - 1945. By JEAN RENOIR (Great French Film Director and Son of the Painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir). Warmly SIGNED and INSCRIBED by JEAN RENOIR on the half-title page: "Chere Lilian Kaufman / Je suis si heureux de / savoir que mon petit / libre trouvera sa place / dans votre bibliotheque. / bien affectueusement / Jean Renoir (signed Jean R.) / Paris / Juillet 1966". ("Dear Lilian Kaufman / I am so happy to / know that my little / book found its place / in your library. / very affectionately / Jean Renoir (signed Jean R.) / Paris / July 1966.") (Lilian Kaufman was the wife of the noted pianist Harry Kaufman who was a student of Josef Hofmann and who headed the piano department at the Curtis Institute of Music for 17 years. Harry and Lilian Kaufman were friends with many noted musicians, artists and writers. See more at the end of this listing.) Published by Gallimard, Paris, 1966. First Edition, First Printing, with the statement "Acheve D'Imprimer Sur Les Presses Daubin Liguge (Vienne) Le 5 Fev 1966" on the Colophon page (the last page), and the statement "copyright Jean Renoir, 1966" on the Copyright page (on the backside of the title-page). Includes its first state printed wraparound band that has the statement "par l'auteur de La Regle du Jeu". Original softcovers with French folds in red printed wraparound band, 5.5x8", 322 pages. Condition: VERY GOOD book, some creasing and light staining to the upper corner of the front cover; light wear to the covers' spine ends and corner tips; a light crease to the upper corner of the inner pages; otherwise, tight, bright and clean; in a GOOD MINUS wraparound band, that has split at the top 2" of the front spine fold, the top 1/2" of the front flap fold, and the bottom 1" of the rear flap fold; and that has some general wear to the folds and spine ends, but remains bright and attractive. VERY RARE with the AFFECTIONATE INSCRIPTION and SIGNATURE of the GREAT FILMMAKER JEAN RENOIR. About JEAN RENOIR (from Wikipedia): ******Jean Renoir (15 September 1894 - 12 February 1979) was a French film director, screenwriter, actor, producer and author. As a film director and actor, he made more than forty films from the silent era to the end of the 1960s. His films GRAND ILLUSION (1937) and THE RULES OF THE GAME (1939) are often cited by critics as among the greatest films ever made. As an author, he wrote the definitive biography of his father, the painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Renoir, My Father (1962). Jean Renoir was ranked by the BFI's Sight & Sound poll of critics as the fourth greatest director of all time.****** About HARRY KAUFMAN and his wife LILIAN KAUFMAN (from the UCLA Library Special Collections and other Internet sites): ******UCLA SPECIAL COLLECTIONS - HARRY KAUFMAN PAPERS 1900-1961. Harry Kaufman (born 1894, died 1961) was a PIANIST and MUSIC TEACHER at the CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC, Philadelphia. For 17 years he headed the Department of Accompanying. During this time his former piano teacher JOSEF HOFMANN was director of the Institute. Harry Kaufman was also a very successful piano soloist, performing with orchestras in the U.S. and Europe. He accompanied such artists as Joseph Szigeti, Toscha Seidel, Nathan Milstein, George London, William Primrose, and many others. He usually traveled with his wife, LILIAN. The Harry Kaufman collection consists of correspondence between HARRY KAUFMAN, his wife LILIAN KAUFMAN, and people in the worlds of classical music, literature, painting, and various other arts. Correspondents include: Samuel Barber, Leonard Bernstein, Van Wyck Brooks, Dorothy Chandler, George and Ira Gershwin, Josef Hofmann, Joseph Levine, Henry Miller, Eugene Ormandy, JEAN RENOIR, Arthur Rubenstein, Gertrude Stein, Igor Stravinsky, Louis Untermyer, Meredith Willson, Efrem Zimbalist, and many others. The Kaufman Archive belongs to the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections.****** Very Good

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        Death of a Naturalist

      Faber & Faber, 1966. Paperback. Used; Acceptable. Paperback; English language; a fair reading copy. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent Royal Mail airmail.

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        All the Assholes in the World and Mine (First Edition, inscribed to the publisher, Douglas Blazek, in 1966)

      Bensenville, IL: Open Skull Press, 1966. First Edition. First Edition. One of "no more than" 400 copies. Published by Douglas Blazek's Open Skull Press, and INSCRIBED by Bukowski to Blazek inside the front wrapper: "For Doug Blazek / As if a man don't have just enough pain just looking out a window / But no, there are always the little extras, one of which occurs in this story / The poor asshole: Charles Bukowski / Oct. 26, 1966." Blazek, a prolific poet in his own right, was an important figure in the underground poetry scene and was one of the first publishers who understood the raw power in Bukowski's early poetry. He was the publisher of "Ole" and the owner of Open Skull Press. A fantastic association between the author and one of his first champions to the public. Publisher's tan saddle-stitched wrappers. Fine. Krumhansl 23.

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        Series Latina in qua prodeunt patres, doctores scriptoresque ecclesiae latinae a Tertulliano ad Innocentium III accurante J.-P. Migne sowie griechische Serie.

      Paris, apud J.-P. Migne editorem, apud Garnier fratres, editores et J.-P. Migne successores u. a. 1844ff. (überwiegend Nachdruck, Turnhout ca. 1966-67). 53 Bde. (Patrologia Latina) und 84 Bde. (Patrologia Greca), zusammen 137 Bde. 4to. Braune Halblederbände, nur Bde. 37-42 47 in braunem Ganzleinen (lateinische Reihe) sowie Originalbroschuren (griechische Reihe). (ausgeschiedenes Bibliotheksexemplar, sehr guter Zustand, mit St.a.T. oder Tbrückseiten). Innerhalb Deutschlands kostenlose Auslieferung! PATROLOGIE LATINE (insgesamt sind in der Reihe 221 Bände erschienen sowie ein 4-bändiges Supplementum von R. P. Hamman): Vorhanden sind hier die folgenden Bände: 2, 5, 6-8, 13-14, 22, 24-25, 27-30, 32-33, 35-42, 44, 46-47, 52, 56, 65, 68, 72, 81, 102, 108, 111, 116, 120, 131, 134, 142-143, 146, 163, 166, 168, 173, 176, 182, 185, 186-187 und 201. Es sind demnach 53 Bände der Patrologie Latine vorhanden. Aufstellung der vorhandenen Autoren und Bände (lateinische Reihe): 2. Tertullian, Opera omnia. Pars secundus. Paris 1844. 1392 Spalten; 5. Arnobius, Opera omnia. Tomus unicus. Paris 1844. 1388 Sp.; 6.-7. (2 Bde). Lactanius, Opera omnia. Paris 1844. 1100; 1204 Sp.; 8. Constantinus, Opera. Tomus unicus. Paris 1844. 1456 Sp.;13. St. Damasius, Opera omnia. Paris ??. 1256 Sp.; 14. St. Ambrosius, Opera omnia. Paris 1882. 1260 (original, nur Titelblatt im Reprint); 1544 Sp.; 22., 24.-25., 27.-30. (7 Bde). St. Hieronymus, Opera omnia. Paris 1845-1884. XCII, 1294; 964; 1624 (original); 1232; 1528 (original); 1156; 1096 Sp.; 32.-33., 35.-42., 44., 46.-47. (12 Bde). St. Augustinus, Opera omnia. Paris 1841-87. 1504; 1176; (1323-) 2480; 1028; (1029-) 1968; 1484; (1485-) 2440; 1398 (original, Titelblatt im Reprint); 872; 1236; 842; 992; (993-) 1912; 1004; 1260 Sp.; 52. St. Petrus Chrysologius, Opera omnia. Paris 1894. 1254 Sp. (im Original vorhanden).; 56. St. Leo der Große, Opera omnia. Paris 1865. 1188 Sp.; 65. St. Fulgentius, Opera omnia. Paris 1892. 1020 Sp. (im Original vorhanden).; 68. Primasius Arator, Opera omnia. Scripta universa. Paris ??. 1124 Sp.; 72. Pelagius II, Johannes III, Benedictus I, St. Germanius von Paris, Opera omnia. Paris ??. 1140 Sp.; 81. St. Isidor von Sevilla, Opera omnia. Paris ??. 976 Sp.; 102. Smaragd, Opera omnia. Paris ??. 1140 Sp.; 108. und 111. (2 Bde). Rabanus Maurus, Opera omnia. Paris ??. 1236; 1624 Sp.; 116. Haymon von Halberstadt, Opera omnia. Paris 1879. 1090 Sp. (im Original vorhanden, lediglich Titelei im Reprint).; 120. St. Paschasius Radbertus, Opera omnia. Paris ??. 1668 Sp.; 131. Remigius von Auxerre, Opera omnia. Tomus unicus. Paris 1884. 1188 Sp. (im Original vorhanden); 134. Attonius Vercellensis, Opera omnia. Paris 1884. 1024 Sp. (im Original vorhanden); 142. St. Brunonius, Opera omnia. Paris 1880. 1460 Sp. (im Original vorhanden); 143. Kardinal Humbert, Opera omnia. Paris 1882. 1608 Sp. (im Original vorhanden); 146. Alexander II, Othlonius von Emmeram, Adam von Bremen, St. Johannes Gualberti, Gundecharius von Eichstett, Lambertus von Hersfeld, Opera omnia. Paris 1884. 1524 Sp. (im Original vorhanden); 163. Paschalis II, Gelasius II, Calixtus II, Epistolae et privilegia. Tomus unicus. Paris 1893. 1516 Sp. (im Original vorhanden); 166. Baldricius Dolensis, Opera omnia. Paris 1894. 1600 Sp. (im Original vorhanden); 168. Rupert, Opera omnia. Paris 1893. 1668 Sp. (im Original vorhanden); 173. Leo von Marsicanus und Petrus Diaconus, Chronicon monasterii casinensis et opuscula. Paris 1895. 1552 Sp. (im Original vorhanden); 176. Hugo von St. Victor, Opera omnia. Paris ??. 1248 Sp.; 182. und 185. (2 Bde). St. Berhard von Clairvaux, Opera omnia. Paris 1862. 1200; (995-) 2020 Sp.; 186. Suger, Opuscula et epistolae. Paris ??. 1528 Sp. (im Original vorhanden); 187. Gratian, Decretum Gratiani, emendatum et variis electionibus simul et notationibus illustratum, Gregorii XIII jussu editum, post Justi Henningii Boehmeri. Tomus unicus. Paris 1891. 1912 Sp. (im Original vorhanden); 201. Arnulf und Guillelmi Tyrensis, Opera omnia und Historia belli sacri. Paris 1855. 1448 Sp. PATROLOGIA GRAECO-LATINA (insgesamt sind in dieser Serie 161 Titel in 168 Bänden erschienen): Vorhanden sind hier die folgenden Bände: 2, 4-5, 8, 11-17 (Bd. 16 in 3 Teilbänden), 20-21, 24-36, 39, 41-46, 49-52, 54-60, 63-71, 73-76, 78, 80-82, 84-87 (Bd. 86 in 2 Teilbänden), 90-92, 94-97, 99-107. Es sind somit 81 (in 84 aufgebundene) Bände der Patrologia Graeco-Latina vorhanden. Es fehlen u. a. die Bände 108-161! Die Bände liegen hier überwiegend nicht im Original, sondern in Reprints aus dem Verlagshaus Brepols (Turnhout/Belgien) vor. Nur die folgenden Bände liegen im Original vor: 24, 49-52, 54-60, 63-64, 75 und 78. Versand D: 2,00 EUR

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        yoko ono at indica. unfinished paintings and objects.

      london: indica gallery. 1966 1. auflage schmal-quart. paperback sehr gutes exemplar. erste auflage. ausstellungskatalog dieser \"meilenstein-ausstellung\" bei der galerie,-mitinhaber john dunbar yoko ono mit john lennon bekannt machte. überaus interessant gestaltet, beinhaltet 8 seiten, jede mit 3 perforierten fotos mit klebbarer rückseite, die herausgerissen und an den entsprechenden stellen im katalog aufgeklebt werden sollten. indica gallery war die berühmte gegenkultur-galerie im london der 60er jahre, es war die bekannteste ausstellung, die indica jemals gezeigt hat und der katalog ist sehr selten. noch seltener ist er dadurch, dass die fotos nicht ausgerissen und an den entsprechenden stellen aufgeklebt wurden. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Octopussy and the Living Daylights.

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1966., 1966. An UNCORRECTED PROOF copy of the first edition. In printed green wrappers and the pictorial dust-jacket which differs considerably to the published version. The text features some significant differences within the preliminaries leaves, plus literals and minor variations throughout. A near fine copy of the book in a similar jacket with some inoffensive spotting to the upper panel. An attractive copy housed in a custom-made leather clamshell. One of 350 copies only- this is a much smaller print run than the previous five James Bond titles in proof-form. Gilbert A14a.

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        Plakat - 53 Jahre DaDa - DaDa war wirklich da bevor DaDa da war. Tobe da-da or not DaDa das isch d?Frag 5. Februar 1966. Siebdruck.

      Zürich, Steiner, 1966 128 x 90,5 cm, Zustand A (min. Faltspuren) (= Jägersbergs Aufklärungsblatt Nr. 23). Links unten num. 4 von 200 Exemplaren. Bild aus der Schweizer Illustrierten Zeitung 19. Juli 1913 dei zeigt dass Dada beriets 1913 existent war.- Vermutlich vom Schriftsteller Otto Jägersberg (*1942) initiertes Plakat. dass sich gegen die - wie es sich für Dada gehört - bürgerliche Vereinnahmung von Dada durch reiche Sammler. Kunsthistoriker und Kulturfunktionnäre im Jubiläumsjahr 1966 richtet. Diese Vereinnahmung dauert bis heute an - siehe die gutverdienende Kulturfutzis im Zücher Dadahaus! Versand D: 20,00 EUR Plakate - Kunst

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        Marie Antoinette. Et gennemsnitsmenneskes portræt.

      Jespersen og Pio, 1966. 432 sider. Indbunden.. Omslaget mangler.(Porto kr. 40,- på brevforsendelser i Danmark)

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        Niemeyer-Holstein, Otto. - "Berge".

      - Zeichnung / Kohlezeichnung, auf festem weißem Zeichenkarton, 1966. Von Otto Niemeyer-Holstein. 36,0 x 48,0 cm (Blatt). WVZ 1729. Rechts unten in Bleistift signiert und datiert. Verso in Faserstift eigenhändig Werk-Nr., weitere Signatur und Jahr sowie Titel: "Werk-Nr. 1729 / ONH 1966 / Berge". - Unscheinbare ältere Montagespuren (Papiergelenkreste) auf der Rückseite. Sehr guter Zustand. Otto Niemeyer-Holstein (1896 Kiel - 1984 Lüttenort). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. 1914-16 Kriegsfreiwilliger. 1919 Malkurse bei Arthur Segal in Ascona, später in Berlin. 1920 einige Monate in der Kunstakademie in Kassel. 1923 lernt er Paul Klee und Lyonel Feininger kennen. 1924 Gründungsmitglied der Künstlergruppe "Der große Bär" in Ascona. Lebt im 2. Weltkrieg zurückgezogen auf der Insel Usedom. 1953 gerät er zwischen die Fronten der Formalismusdebatte der DDR. 1954 Ausstellung in der Kunsthalle Mannheim, 1961 in der Nationalgalerie Berlin. Zahlreiche Auslandsreisen. 1964 zum Professor berufen. 1969 Mitglied der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Berlin. 1981 Ausstellung in der Kunsthalle Rostock. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Hieronymus Cardanus: Opera Omnia (10 Bände KOMPLETT) - Faksimile -Neudruck der Ausgabe Lyon 1663.

      Frommann Verlag 1966. je Band ca. 700 Seiten; Gebundene Ausgabe Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind etwas staubschmutzig; Der Gesamtzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; Großformatige blaue Ganzleinenbände mit Titelgoldprägung; Text in lateinischer Sprache; KOMPLETTPREIS für 10 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; Versandkostenfreie Lieferung mfb

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        Octopussy and the Living Daylights.

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1966. An UNCORRECTED PROOF copy of the first edition. In printed green wrappers and the pictorial dust-jacket which differs considerably to the published version. The text features some significant differences within the preliminaries leaves, plus literals and minor variations throughout. A near fine copy of the book in a similar jacket with some inoffensive spotting to the upper panel. An attractive copy housed in a custom-made leather clamshell. One of 350 copies only- this is a much smaller print run than the previous five James Bond titles in proof-form. Gilbert A14a.

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        New Poems - 1st US Edition/1st Printing

      New York: A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book / Harcourt, Brace, & World, Inc.. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. c1968. First US Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Cloth. A handsome first printing of the first American edition in fine condition in price-clipped dust-jacket, else about fine, signed by Nobel Laureate Günter Grass directly on the title page; The second collection of Grass's poems to appear in translation contains poems that were mainly written in spring and summer 1966. The original German poems are on the left, the English translation on the right. Translated by Michael Hamburger, originally published under the title Ausgefragt. .

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        The Moon is a Harsh Mistress

      G.P. Putnam's Sons 1966 - First edition. 383 p. Bound in recent full leather with gilt lettering on spine and beautiful marbled endpapers. Very Good condition text. Sturdy binding with light reading wear: a few light stains here and there and a few dog-eared pages. A lovely copy of the Hugo-winning novel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        1966 Bernard Buffet The Small Beach (dyptich) Mourlot Lithograph

      1966 - "The Small Beach (dyptich)" by Bernard Buffet, Unsigned Lithograph printed in 1966. The overall is size of the Lithograph is 12.25 x 19 inches. The conditon of this piece has been graded as A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Here is some supplemental information about the Lithograph: Two sheets.

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        Hommage à Pablo Picasso. Peintures - Grand Palais. Dessins Sculptures Céramiques - Petit Palais.

      Paris 1966. 8:o. Opaginerad. Rikt illustrerad i svartvitt. Med kronologi, bibliografi och utställningsförteckning. Synnerligen påkostat rött helskinnband av Nordiska Bokhandelns bokbinderi, Stockholm. Pärmarna med olikfärgade skinnapplikationer och guldtryck, helt guldsnitt, inre speglar i skinn, den främre med präglad gåvoinskription: "Gerard Bonnier / 7 mars 1967 / Svenska Bokhandlareföreningen". I skinnskott skjutfodral. Mycket fint skick. Proveniens: Gerard Bonnier (1917-1987) och hans hustru Elisabeth ("Peggy", 1922-2013). Gerard Bonnier var medlem av Svenska bokförläggareföreningen sedan 1955, var dess vice ordförande 1960-1972 och ordförande 1972-1980. Datumet för den präglade dedikationen är hans femtioårsdag.. "Troisième édition." Utgiven med anledning av en stor Picassoutställning vintern 1966-67, katalogen upptar 508 verk under rubrikerna måleri, teckningar, skulpturer och keramik. Flera målningar av Picasso ingick i paret Bonniers donationer till Moderna Museet 1989 resp. 2014. Gerard Bonnier var även delaktig i många viktiga inköp till Moderna Museet i sin egenskap av ordförande för museets vänförening 1961-77

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        Papiers Colles 1910-1914 Portfolio with 10 lithographs in color by Picasso

      Jean Cassou. Au pont des arts, Paris, 1966. Limited on 300 numbered copies. Loose as issued, in beige cloth folder with brown corners and spine, and tie-strings. Printed on grand Veline de Rives paper, dimensions: 26 1/8" x 20 3/16" inches. Six of ten lithographs are signed on the stone. The portfolio present a collections of 10 lithographs in color, reproducing 10 Picasso paintings, drawings and collages created between 1910 and 1914, which were donated to the Musee National d?Art Modern, in Paris, by Marie Cuttoli-Henri Laugier. Picasso collaborated actively with the production of the portfolio, and composed especially for this edition, a collage for the frontispiece. In very good conditions. Ref: Cramer 137.

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        Le vite de? piu eccellenti pittori, scultori e architettori. Nelle redazioni del 1550 e 1568. Testo a cura di Rosanna Bettarini. Commento secolare a cura di Paola Barocchi. (6 Bde. Text, 2 Bde. Kommentar [in 3 Bden.], 2 Bde. Index; zus. 11 Bde.).

      Florenz, Sansoni Editori / (Text ab Bd. 4:) Studio per Edizioni scelte, -1987(Index: 1997) 1966 - 4°, Textbde.: XLVIII, 365, 686, 680, 706, 644, 638 S., einige Abb.; Kommentar: 418, VII, u. zus. 1286 S.; Index: zus. 1025 S., OLwd., Kanten tlw. min. berieben; tadellos. 1 von 2000, ab Bd. 5 1 von 1000 Ex. 20001 gr. Schlagworte: Kunst - Kunstgeschichte, Renaissance [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Cinema Selon Hitchcock [Hitchcock/Truffaut] (First French Edition)

      Paris: Editions Robert Laffont, 1966. First French Edition (and correct first). Truffaut's first book, and one of the cornerstones of twentieth century cinematic inquiry. About Near Fine in pictorial boards and no dust jacket as issued. Rubbing to spine corners, else a bright, clean copy.

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        The bell jar

      Faber & Faber, London 1966 - 258 pag - a very good copy of this first Faber and Faber edition [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Illustrations for the Bible

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. First Edition. Fine/Good. First American edition, INSCRIBED BY CHAGALL AND WITH STUNNING ORIGINAL FULL-PAGE COLOR DRAWING of Moses receiving the tablets on title page. With important provenance. The astonishing original Chagall drawing, which fills nearly the entire title page (10.5x14 inches) depicts Moses receiving the Ten Commandments with an angel to his side. On the right border a dove emerges from a tree and above all is a rich, blue sky. Composed with orange, blue, and green crayons, pencil, and ink. Complete with 16 lithographs in color, 12 in black and white, plus the lithograph cover and title page, all specially created for this book. Also illustrated with reproductions in heliogravure of the 105 etchings made by Chagall for the illustrations of the Bible. Provenance: Inscribed by Chagall: "Pour Lenette et George Nayor --> NJ 1966 Marc Chagall" and from the collection of Herman Krawitz, former assistant general manager of the Metropolitan Opera House. Krawitz was the son-in-law of the dedicatees Lenette and George Nayor. "Herman Krawitz worked for the Metropolitan Opera for nineteen years, with nine of those years as Assistant General Manager. During this time he worked closely with Marc Chagall... In 1966, Chagall painted two monumental murals for the outside of the Metropolitan Opera in New York... On display in the lobby, the murals are approximately 30 ft (9.1 m) by 36 ft (11 m) and visible to the outside plaza. The south wall holds the work entitled The Triumph of Music while the north wall contains The Sources of Music" (Llyn Towner, "Herman Krawitz 'Working with Chagall'"). Note: The inscription is dated 1966, the same year Krawitz was working with Chagall on the murals. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1956. Folio, original pictorial (lithographed) boards, original dust jacket. Book with tape residue to endpapers, otherwise book and lithographs fine; extremely scarce dust jacket (almost never seen) with chipping, edgewear, and damage to spine. A REMARKABLE, ORIGINAL CHAGALL WORK.

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        Fantastic Voyage (Original one-sheet poster, Style D)

      Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1966. Original one sheet poster, designed as a pin-up, for the 1966 science fiction film. The very scarce Style D poster--the kind of thing you honestly couldn't put up in a movie house these days--featuring a young and exquisitely beautiful Raquel Welch in all her glory. Oddly, a far superior image to the more famous one from "One Million Years B.C.," also released in 1966. This particular poster variant is a lithograph print, produced in very small numbers, in an non-standard, smaller size than that of a typical one sheet for the mid-1960s. 13.5 x 22 inches, Fine condition.

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        The standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud. Translated from the german under the general editorship of J. Strachey, in collaboration with Anna Freud.

      The Hogarth Press (London) - London, The Hogarth Press, 1966-1974, 24 vol. in-8, cart. édit. ss. jaq. (Vol. 24 : indexes and bibliographies). L'état des jaquettes est propre, le dos un peu jauni, excepté pour quatre volumes où la jaquette est un peu déchirée sur le coin bas(ceux visibles sur l'image à coté d'un exemplaire correct). Le prix du port sera offert avant la validation finale de votre commande. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal.

      New York: New American Library, 1966. First edition. Octavo, original half cloth. Signed by Alan Greenspan on title page, who contributed three essays to this volume. Near fine in a very good dust jacket with some of the usual rubbing and wear. This collection of 26 essays includes twenty by Ayn Rand as well as three essays by Alan Greenspan, two by Nathaniel Branden, and one by Robert Hessen. "One of the best defenses and explanations of capitalism one is likely to read" (Walter E. Williams).

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