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        The Wrightsman Collection

      Metropolitan Museum of Art; distributed by New York Graphic Society, Greenwich, Conn, 1966-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1966. First edition. Hardcover, complete in two volumes. Near fine, in very good jackets and near fine slipcase. Light wear at jacket extremities, crease and wear along front spine edge of jacket for Volume II. No ownership or other markings. Ships in new, double-walled corrugated box.

      [Bookseller: Stick Figure Books (ABAA/ILAB)]
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        Peintre et Modèle

      Paris: , 1966. Drypoint etching on Rives paper. Plate size 27.5 x 38.6 cm. Sheet size 42.2 x 50 cm. Excellent condition. Presented float mounted in a silver wooden frame. Artist's proof aside from the edition of 50. Signed in pencil lower left by Picasso and inscribed by him "pour Aldo Crommelynck". Crommelynck is best known for his work with Picasso. He and his younger brother Piero collaborated sporadically with the artist for some 20 years and produced all his prints after 1961. He was a master printmaker and also worked with Henri Matisse and Georges Braque as well as younger artists such as David Hockney, Richard Hamilton, Jasper Johns and Jim Dine amongst others.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Winston S. Churchill. 1874-1965

      London: Heinemann, 1966-88., 1966. FIRST EDITIONS. 8 volumes. Beautifully bound in maroon half morocco with raised bands, gilt titles and gilt to spines, cloth boards, top edges gilt. A fine set. Randolph Churchill, W.S. Churchill's son, started this biography of his father's; after his death in 1968, the work, from vol. III, was finished by Martin Gilbert, Churchill's assistant.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        RSVP Murder

      Collins (Crime Club), London, 1966. 1st. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Very Good overall - small initial on inner-front board. Minor rubbing and a few chips to dw otherwise very good. No fading to spine.

      [Bookseller: Anulios Books]
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        Winston S. Churchill: The Official Biography, full set of 8 volumes in uniform, solid color dust jackets

      London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1966. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/Very good. The Official Biography of Winston Churchill, begun by Randolph Churchill and completed by Martin Gilbert, is an epic piece of scholarship about a singularly epic life. All eight main text volumes are now out of print, having been published between 1966 and 1988. Together they claim 19 inches of shelf space, weigh more than 28 pounds, and fill nearly 8,700 pages. Offered here is a complete, jacketed set of all eight volumes. All eight volumes are British first editions in their original, uniform, solid color dust jackets. All eight volumes are in near-fine plus or better condition, appearing unread. All eight bindings are tight, clean, and square with virtually no wear. The contents of all eight volumes are clean and bright. We find no spotting or previous ownership marks of any kind in the set. The unstained fore and bottom edges are likewise clean and bright. The red-stained top edges all retain strong color, with only very slight sunning to a few. The uniform, solid color dust jackets are all unclipped, varying from very good plus to fine condition. Shelf presentation is quite good. All eight dust jackets are complete with only slight wear at the head of the Volume II jacket spine and some abrasion along the lower Volume VII rear hinge. Many of these solid color dust jackets proved highly susceptible to sunning of the spines. Here minor sunning affects the jacket spines of only Volumes II & IV. All eight dust jackets are protected in removable, archival quality clear covers. Please note that this is a large and heavy set that will likely require additional postage. Bibliographic reference: Zoller A301a-h.

      [Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector]
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        El Canto de la Sirena.

      25 pp. Loose in printed wrappers, laid into a green cloth portfolio and slip case. First edition. Illus. with 3 color plates and 3 woodcuts. Colombo: L'art du livre 419. No. 6 de 90 numbered copies (of a total run of 100) on Charter Eggshell paper. Six colored woodcuts, with the frontispiece signed by the Belgium born artist, Victor Delhez (1902-1985), who was professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cuyo Argentina. Printed in the workshop "Francisco A. Colombo", under the direction of Osvaldo F. Colombo. Edited by Alejandro Shaw and Carlos A. Mignacco. This is the last volume of illustrated stories by national authors published by the Society. Miguel Cane (1851-1905) was an Argentine journalist and author. "El Canto de la Sirena" was a fantasy story of his college years written in 1872 and published in his first book, Ensayos (1877). A fine copy.

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        Valley of The Dolls

      Bernard Geis Associates, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. New York: Bernard Geiss Associates, 1966. Signed. First Edition, First Printing, with "First Printing" stated on the copyright page. In original dust jacket with price of $5.95 intact. Signed by the author in red ink, inscribed to a previous owner on the front free end paper. In Very Good condition, in a Good dust jacket. Clean text, sound binding. A few pages have a production wrinkle. Front board at edge shows rubbing and light wear. Spine cloth is lightly worn and tanned. The dust jacket has waves and wrinkles to the surface that do not appear in the photo posted above. The jacket also shows light toning, rubbing and overall wear. Rare Signed, First Printing.

      [Bookseller: Odd Duck Books]
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        The Missile Crisis

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

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Aspen: The Magazine in a Box, Vol. 1, No. 3

      (New York: Aspen. 1966). First. Issue 3, "The Pop Art Issue." Designed by Andy Warhol and David Dalton. Box a little crushed as usual, with two corners torn, some offsetting at the bottom of the box, very good. Complete with all parts, pieces, and cards (a full list of contents is available upon request). Both the front and the inside front cover of the box, as well as eight pieces in the box have been Signed by Andy Warhol (a couple of them are Inscribed), including, the flexi-disc, the Ten Trip Ticket Book, the movie flip book, the Pop-Art Paint card folder, the Guild Instruments flyer, the Folk Music on Vanguard pamphlet, the tabloid newspaper, and a cardboard divider. Includes contributions by Andy Warhol, Willem de Kooning, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Ernest Trova, Kenneth Noland, Gerald Laing, Jasper Johns, James Rosenquist, Lou Reed, and Timothy Leary. The original 33 1/3 flexi-disc acetate recording, signed by Warhol, contains the song "Loop," written by John Cale and credited to the Velvet Underground. It was one of the first commercially available recordings by the Velvet Underground, preceding the release of their debut album by a few months. A highly collectible recording, particularly when accompanied by all its original related packaging and signed by the group's mentor, Warhol. Although never commercially successful during their time, the Velvet Underground is now considered one of the most important and influential rock groups of all time. As Brian Eno famously observed, while only a few thousand people bought their first album, almost every one of those early listeners was inspired to start a band. Because of its unusual construction, few complete copies of Aspen survive, and it is rare signed thus. Further details available upon request. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        [Manuscript]: "I Hate the Suburbs" [published in] The Saturday Evening Post

      1966. Typed manuscript. 15pp. Stapled leaves typed rectos only. Some tanning on the rear sheet and a spot on the front sheet else fine, with very numerous holograph corrections throughout. A humorous and insightful article about the differences between city and suburban living. Published in the September 24, 1966 issue of The Saturday Evening Post. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        International Times: Issues 1, 2 & 3

      [London: no publisher. 1966]. First. Newspaper. Three issues of the weekly English counterculture newspaper, each issue is folded once as issued. Folios. 12pp., 16pp., and 12pp. Near fine in illustrated wrappers with very light tanning, scattered tears at the extremities, and a couple of spots. An important and influential alternative press publication launched in London in the fall of 1966 by co-founders John Hopkins, a noted photographer and activist of the time, and Barry Miles, owner of the influential Indica Bookshop and Gallery, and the man who introduced Paul McCartney to some very special brownies. The bi-weekly publication focused on politics, art, music, movies, and culture. Issue One includes a poem by Adrian Mitchell, a photo by John Hopkins, a comic by Jeff Nuttall and, most notably, an article about a new exhibition at the Indica Gallery by artist Yoko Ono, one that John Lennon would attend and, well, you know the rest. Issue Two includes an article about Ezra Pound, an underground film festival supplement, and coverage of the International Times launch party which apparently was a hell of a bash: an appearance by Paul McCartney, a performance by Pink Floyd, the viewing of William Burroughs's film Towers Open Fire, and a car in the middle of it all painted in psychedelic colors (apparently the party spoofed in Austin Powers was real and this was it). Issue Three includes a piece written by Burroughs, "The Invisible Generation," along with articles on Bertrand Russell, composer Morton Feldman, and on rubber fetishists by noted film critic Raymond Durgnat, entitled "Rubber with Violence." These newspapers are an interesting window into the life of Swinging Sixties London. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Big As Life

      NY: Simon and Schuster, (1966). First edition of author's scarce second book. This copy is inscribed and signed by Doctorow on front endpaper, and even the inscription -- "To ____, a rare edition" -- attests to the scarcity of this title. Although not set in the future, Doctorow employs the science fiction device of a catastrophic event -- in this instance, the appearance of two gigantic figures in New York Harbor -- and the resultant human drama that unfolds in response to it. To date, Doctorow has not allowed this book to be reprinted. Faint strip of sunning along upper extremity of front cover, small spot to back cover, else a nearly fine copy in unfaded dust wrapper which shows light wear to lower corners.

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        Aspen: The Magazine in a Box, Vol. 1, No. 2

      (New York: Aspen. 1966). First. Issue 2, "The White Box." Designed by Frank Kirk, with Tony Angotti. Contains the following items:1. "Farewell to a Canyon" by an unnamed author, 14 loose pages in card folder.2. "Ski Racing / Edging the Possible" by Martin Luray, single page accordion-folded into card folder.3. "Scriabin Again and Again..." by Faubion Bowers, small booklet.4. "The Adaptable House" by Peggy Clifford, large poster folded into small card folder.5. "The Young Out's VS the Establishment," small booklet with short essays by Lionel Trilling, Stanley Hirsin, Abby Mann, Norman Corwin, Robert Blumofe, Arthur Knight, John Burchard, David T. Bazelon, Robert Osborn, Albert and David Maysles, Jean Renoir, Carroll Baker, Eva Marie Saint, Dr. Karl Menninger, Jack Garfein, and Richard Dyer MacCann.6. Music by Alexander Scriabin played by Daniel Kunin, original 33 1/3 acetate flexi-disc recording.Some wear and soiling to the white box, otherwise all items in fine condition. Aspen was a multimedia "magazine" about the arts published by Phyllis Johnson, a former editor for Women's Wear Daily and Advertising Age, from 1965 to 1971. Each issue was a custom-made box containing separate booklets, pamphlets, records, posters, and in one issue, a Super-8 movie reel -- each item representing what would have been an article in a traditional printed magazine. Each issue had its own editor and designer, which provided unprecedented artistic originality. However, not surprisingly, its avant-garde format made it impractical, if not downright impossible, for the magazine to support itself. Advertising was supposed to help pay for the costs of production, but the ads, which were contained in a folder at the bottom of the box, were easily ignored. Furthermore, it proved difficult to adhere to the publication schedule of four issues a year. In the end, only ten issues were published. A much repeated assessment is: "Perhaps Aspen was a folly, but it was a vastly pleasurable one, with a significant place in art history. The list of contributors included some of the most interesting artists of the 20th Century. And as an exemplar of creative publishing, Aspen was a wonder. Its contents, however, are all but lost: few copies of Aspen have survived." .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      Omaha, NE: Barnhart Press, 1966 A comprehensive survey covering the steam locomotives from about 1894 until complete dieselization in mid-1953. 336 pages with a multitude of locomotive photographs, diagrams, scheduals, rosters, index, and three full-page color illustrations by N.C. Miller, Jr.. Map endpapers. Fine in near fine dust jacket with light toning to the spine panel. A very handsome copy.. First edition, first printing. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Robert Gavora, Fine and Rare Books]
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        The Magus

      Jonathan Cape, 1966. 1st. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. First UK edition. 8vo, 7 x 9. Purple spine with patterned boards. States "First published" - no additional impressions listed. Book is in Very Good condition, no foxing, almost indistinguishable tanning. Dustwrapper not price-clipped and states "30s. Net" alongside "Book Society Choice". Jacket shows some wear along spine and limited creasing to top. Very little discolouration but reverse of jacket has very small area missing at top right near fold of spine. Otherwise very good.

      [Bookseller: Anulios Books]
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      New York: Random House, [1966]. First Edition. Hardcover. One leaf has a short tear in the margin and is wrinkled, not affecting the text. Thus Very Good, lacking the mylar dustwrapper and slipcase. Capote's touching tribute to his beloved distant cousin and caretaker, Miss Sook Faulk. "As for me, I could leave the world with today in my eyes." Copy #455 of 600 SIGNED by the author on the limitation page.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Original Artwork Entitled The Tora, Offshore Huntington Bay, NY

      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

      [Bookseller: Books from the Crypt]
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        A Pun For Al Gelpi (Signed Broadside Poem)

      Cambridge: Lowell House Printers, 1966. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Single sheet broadside poem SIGNED by Kerouac. One of only 100 copies. Scattered light foxing else a near fine example. Framed under glass. Measures 477 x 152 mm. The first appearance of this poem. Signed by Author

      [Bookseller: Derringer Books, Member A.B.A.A.]
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        Polyarnaya zvezda: Zhurnal A. I. Gertsena i N. P. Ogareva v vos'mi knigakh 1855-1869. [Polar Star: Journal of A. I. Herzen and N. P. Ogareva in eight books 1855-1869. Language: Russian. Complete in 9 volumes]

      Moskva: Nauka, 1966-68 - Description: 9v. 21cm. Contents: 8 volumes of Herzen's journal, with a supplemental volume 9. Fine facimsile reprint of the original editions, published in London and Geneva, 1855-1869. Subjects: Alexander Herzen - N. P. Ogareva -- Polar Star -- Russian literature -- Periodicals -- Journals -- 19th century -- Russia -- History. Language: Russian. Near fine cloth copies in good if somewhat edge-nicked and dust-dulled dust wrappers, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. 4 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        The Headmaster.

      New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1966. - First edition of the author's second book. Octavo, original green cloth. Signed by John McPhee. Additionally inscribed by the subject of this work, Frank Boyden, "I will look forward to your four years here. Best Wishes Always Frank L. Boyden." Fine in a bright near fine dust jacket. Uncommon signed by both the author and the subject. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        The Death of a Naturalist.

      London: Faber and Faber, 1966. - First edition. Octavo, original green cloth with titles to the spine in gilt. Inscribed by the author to his aunt in a contemporary hand, "For Aunt Annie: who is content only with the right word. Love, Seamus." Additionally signed by Heaney in full on the title page. Fine in very good dust jacket with sunning to the pink portion of the spine and some overall wear. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. Association copies of this caliber seldom enter the market. The Death of a Naturalist is the first regularly published book by the Nobel Prize-winning poet. It consists of 34 short poems and is largely concerned with childhood experiences and the formulation of adult identities, family relationships, and rural life. The collection begins with one of Heaney's best-known poems, "Digging", and includes the acclaimed "Death of a Naturalist". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        A Jest of God

      Toronto: McClelland and Stewart 1966, 1st Edition 1st Issue. () 202pp. Near fine in very good dust jacket. Small octavo.Original maroon cloth. Gilt lettering and decoration on spine. Textblock clean and tight. Minor stain on front endpaper. Illustrated dust jacket has chips to extremities, quarter inch open tear at top of spine and minor creasing. Jacket not price clipped. Governor General's Award winner. This copy is signed to a CBC member by Margaret Laurence on titlepage. 1st issue is one centimeter higher than the 2nd issue and is sewn not perfect bound. Signed and inscribed by Margaret Laurence..

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books]
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        A JEST OF GOD {Signed}

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1966 - SIGNED on the Title Page. Stated "First American Edition" on the copyright page. Hardcover. First Printing of the U.S. Edition. Red cloth boards with the author's initials in gilt on the front board, gilt titles on spine. Light wear to the extremities, else Near Fine. A previous owner's inscription on the front end paper, else unmarked. A lovely collectible copy. In a complete Dust Jacket with the original price of $4.95 on the front flap, with the date numbers 8/66 on the bottom corner of the flap. The jacket is in Near Fine condition. Winner of the Governor General's Award and made into a fine film directed by Paul Newman and starring Joanne Woodward in 1968 under the alternate title Rachel, Rachel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bag-End Books]
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        (Leipzig 1884 - 1950 New York). Der Ausrufer, Selbstbildnis. Kaltnadelradierung, 1921/1966. 33,5 x 25 cm.

      Blatt 1 der Mappe 'Der Jahrmarkt' aus der posthumen Auflage von 1966, unser Exemplar allerdings ohne Stempel und ohne Signatur des Sohnes Peter Beckmann. Laut Vorbesitzer handelt es sich um ein Andruck-Exemplar.- Die zehn Radierungen der 1921 von Reinhard Piper verlegten Mappe 'Jahrmarkt' nehmen den Betrachter mit auf einen Spaziergang über einen Jahrmarkt, an dessen Eingang 'Der Ausrufer' Max Beckmann die Besucher mit einer Glocke zur Aufmerksamkeit für seinen 'Circus Beckm[ann] zwingt.-

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        The Old Textiles of Turkey [2 volumes]

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

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        An Alphabestiary

      New York: Touchstone Publishers, 1966. Twenty-six poems by Ciardi with 26 original lithographs by Hebald. SIGNED by both author and artist on front cover. Elephant folio, approximately 20 x 14 ½ inches. Each letter of the alphabet has a poem printed on an unbound folded leaf accompanied by a loose color lithograph with tissue guard. Housed in a green cloth clamshell box with gilt title.

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        The Magus - with the rare wrap-around band

      A first edition, first printing published by Cape in 1966. A fine book without inscriptions in a fine unclipped wrapper with some rubbing to the corners. With the rare wrap-around band which has some rubbing and creasing.Rare with the band.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        Every Building on the Sunset Strip

      Self Published Los Angeles: Self Published, 1966. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. First edition, first state with extra paper fold at end of volume. Accordian fold-out book. A very good copy of this highly sought after artist book. Darkening to spine and with a spine crease. Comes in a handsome example of the fragile silver paper covered slipcase. Listed in Roth et al's Book of 101 Photography Books. Printed in an edition of one thousand copies.

      [Bookseller: Derringer Books, Member A.B.A.A. ]
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        AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS and Other Novels of Terror (First U. K. Edition, INSCRIBED)

      Gollancz 1966 - Lovecraft, H. P. AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS and other novels of terror. Selected with an introduction by August Derleth. London: Gollancz, 1966. First English Edition. NEAR FINE copy in NEAR FINE priced dust jacket, the tiniest of blemishes to both book and jacket but it has exceptionally good eye appeal without any of the usual problems that plague the bright yellow Gollancz dustwrappers of the era. INSCRIBED BY AUGUST DERLETH on the front-free endpaper to a well-known collector; we're not aware of Derleth having signed many other First English Lovecraft editions. This is the first time we've handled one in twenty years of selling a lot of Lovecraft so we suspect there's some genuine scarcity here. This is an impressively fat anthology for English readers including THE CASE OF CHARLES DEXTER WARD, THE SHUNNED HOUSE & THE DREAM-QUEST OF UNKNOWN KADATH as well as the title novel and four other novellas. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Lakin & Marley Rare Books ABAA]
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        Recent Still Life (With Initialed Cover by Diter Rot)

      Providence: Rhode Island School of Design, 1966. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Paperbound octavo. Unpaginated. With essay by Daniel Robbins. One of one thousand numbered copies with cover artwork by Diter Rot (Rot has Initialed this copy). Catalog of a 1966 exhibition at the Rhode Island School of Design featuring 79 examples of still life drawings and paintings. Illustrated in black and white. A near fine copy of this rare catalog.

      [Bookseller: Derringer Books, Member A.B.A.A.]
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        ORIGINAL PRELIMINARY WATERCOLOR ILLUSTRATION FOR THE DUST JACKET OF "MISS BIANCA IN THE SALT MINES" plus two preliminary pencil sketches of the dj and associated letter and notes. Included is a copy of the book

      Boston:: Little, Brown,, 1966. First Edition. A FINE ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR ILLUSTRATION WITH MARGINAL COMMENTS IN GARTH WILLIAMS' HAND AND INITIALED "G. W." BY THE ARTIST. The color illustration is archivally matted, ready for framing, if so desired. Accompanying the watercolor, are two preliminary sketches for the cover illustration each signed in full "Garth Williams". In addition there are notes in Williams' hand regarding the other illustrations for the book. Included with these illustrations is a Fine First Edition First Printing of "Miss Bianca in the Salt Mines" in a Near Fine Dust Jacket

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        The Crying of Lot 49

      J.B. Lippincott Company, 1966. Hardcover, Very Good, Near Fine. "J.B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia 1966. First Edition / First Printing. Stated First Edition with no additional printings listed. Book Condition: Very Good+, spots on the boards, book is tight and square, light shelf wear, tight spine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine, wrapped in a new clean removable mylar cover, jacket priced at $5.95 at the front flap, third printing jacket, light shelf wear, light spots at the rear panel."

      [Bookseller: 1st Editions and Antiquarian Books]
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        Animali. Come sono. Dove vivono. Come vivono. + Insetti. + Animali inferiori.

      Subject: (Zoologia). Milano, Labor, 1966, nove volumi in 8vo legature originali tutta tela verde, pp. 781 + 799 + 569+ 565+ 867+ 679 + 879 + 1043 + 691, complet. ill. con fot. in nero n.t. e num tav. col. f.t. (Mammiferi I e II, Uccelli I e II, Anfibi e rettili, Pesci, Insetti I e II, Animali inferiori).

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA PIANI]
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        The Circle Game [SIGNED]

      Contact Press, Toronto 1966 - A very good plus copy of the soft cover edition with french flap. This is a first edition, first printing of the Contact Press edition published in 1966.SIGNED - NOT INSCRIBED - BY MARGARET ATWOOD ON THE TITLE PAGE.This is one of the 200 soft cover editions of this work. It is a tight, clean copy with no markings of any kind, no prior owner or other markings.There is minor tanning to the edges of the front panel and some slightly darker tanning to spine and a small area of back panel.Very minor edge wear and a relatively minor creasing (not dog eared, just a slight bend, for lack of a better word) to the lower corner throughout. Panels are bright and unmarked. A lovely copy of a very scarce title in this condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bag-End Books]
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        Anthony Trollope

      c. 1966. Sheet size: 190 × 140 mm. Pen and ink and blue crayon on wove paper. Stamped on recto lower margin for publication in the Sunday Telegraph. Portrait of the author in old age, the eyes highlighted in blue. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an urbane air of amusement at the foibles of his fellows, Bentley's work was familiar to the public from a wide variety of publications. Between 1952 and 1954 he drew regular cartoons for the weekly Time and Tide, and after that for the daily News Chronicle. Between 1958 and 1962 he drew topical cartoons for the Daily Mail under the title "Watch My Line." He also drew many portraits, in black and white line, of famous people, for various papers, including over sixty for the Sunday Telegraph, which began publication in February 1961.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Sweet Charity. Music by Cy Coleman. Words by Dorothy Fields.

      New York: Random House, 1966 - Octavo. Original blue cloth-backed boards, brown cloth sides, titles to spine gilt, imprint blind to front board, red topstain. With the dust jacket. Spine ends slightly rubbed; an excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket. Photographic frontispiece and two photographic plates. First edition, first printing, of the musical first performed January 29 1966 at the Palace Theatre, New York. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Last Picture Show.

      New York: The Dial Press, 1966 - Octavo. Original grey cloth, titles to spine in red. With the pictorial dust jacket. Very faint staining to edges. An excellent copy in the dust jacket. First edition, first printing. The red lettering on the spine panel in this copy is not, as in most copies, faded to a brick-brown colour, but matches the colouring on the front panel. One of the author's best regarded works, memorably filmed. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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      Imprenta - Litografia Ortega S.A., 22X30 60pp 1966 - papel b Dibujos muestra de Carteles Murales (en negro), Cartelitos escaparate, Cartelito de mano sobrepuesto color, cabeceras, y cartelitos de mano. 15 muestras Prospectos fotocromo color, 12 prospectos miniatura, 24 muestras de billetes.

      [Bookseller: Librería Maestro Gozalbo]
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        Shamus [Tony Rome] (Original screenplay for the 1967 film)

      Los Angeles, CA: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1966. First Draft script for the 1967 film "Tony Rome," here under the working title "Shamus." Based on the 1960 novel by Marvin H. Albert. & & Paul Brenner of notes: "Frank Sinatra brings a sneering Rat Pack ethos to his first hard-boiled detective role in Tony Rome. Tony is an ex-cop who lives on a houseboat off Miami, accepting fees for private-eye work. His former partner, Ralph Turpin (Robert J. Wilke), asks Tony for help in locating Diana Pines (Sue Lyon), the daughter of rich construction magnate Rudolph Kosterman (Simon Oakland). Tony finds her unconscious and drunk in a sleazy motel room and returns her to her home. Rudolph decides to hire Tony in order to find out why his daughter is behaving so erratically. In the meantime, Diana's stepmother, Rita (Gena Rowlands), also offers Tony money to inform her first about whatever Tony finds out. Ultimately the detective uncovers a series of vile connections involving blackmail, deceit, and betrayal."& & Pale blue studio wrappers, noted as FIRST DRAFT SCREENPLAY on the front wrapper, marked copy No. 124. Title page present, dated December 12, 1966, noted as First Draft Screenplay, with credits for screenwriter Breen and novelist Albert. 143 leaves, mimeograph on eye-rest green stock. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good bound internally with two gold brads.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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      London: Collins, 1966 Collects six stories. Just a hint of toning to the page edges, else fine in near fine, bright dust jacket.. First edition, first printing. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Robert Gavora, Fine and Rare Books]
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        Mariner's Mirror. vols. 52-87 (1966-2001) Lacking volumes 81 & 82

      London: Society for Nautical Research, 1966-2001 passim. volumes 52-87 lacking volumes 81 & 82, paperback, minor library markings else text clean & bindings tight. Photos available upon request.

      [Bookseller: Zubal Books]
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