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        ORGANIC TRAINS

      np: np [Penny Press?], nd [1967]. First Edition. Wraps. Near fine. 8vo. Near fine in original stiff printed stapled wraps. Offset printed. Toning to spine, as common. Penned price (.50) to upper right corner of front cover. Else clean, sharp, and sound. Near fine. Carroll's first book, self-published when he was still in high school. The beginning of a remarkably varied career. Though better known for his cult memoir THE BASKETBALL DIARIES and eponymous punk band, poetry was Carroll's most sustained creative endeavor. And this volume served as his introduction to many of the writers and artists of the New York scene who would go on to be close friends and collaborators. Kerouac famously wrote of Carroll, "At 13 years of age [he] writes better prose than 89% of the novelists working today." A somewhat bibliographically murky book. Several sources attribute the book to "Penny Press," but we have been unable to trace this claim to any primary source. Such confusion may be due to the book's scarcity. One of about 500 copies, but according to Carroll?'s official website (citing the author himself), many were lost by the printer. We've been able to find only a few at auction or in the trade and OCLC locates just 8 copies. An important debut.

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        Subtile Jagden *Vorzugsausgabe signiert*

      Stuttgart: Ernst Klett, 1967 - 337 S. Vorzugsausgabe "Subtile Jagden", Nr. 160 von 200, von EJ handsigniert, Ganzleder, Rücken leicht berieben. Mühleisen 0141 // interner vermerk STE-7345 ISBN B0041XQML8 \m/' Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 466 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Wimbauer Buchversand]
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        Two original photographs from the set of "You Only Live Twice"

      London and New York: Eon Productions, 1967. Two vintage borderless black-and-white press photographs featuring Sean Connery and Mie Hama in a romantic scene on the set of the 1967 film. The second of the two shots (where makeup is being applied) is double weight, the other photo single weight. Several stamps on the verso of the first photo, variously crediting photographer Dean and press agent Greta Robok. First photo (stamps, single weight) 6 x 8 inches. Second photo (double weight) 8 x 10 inches (20 x 25 cm). Both photos Near Fine.

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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

      London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., , 1967. Illustrated by Faith Jaques. Octavo. Original laminated pictorial boards, titles to front cover and spine in black. Vignette illustrations by Jaques in the text throughout. An excellent copy. First UK edition, first impression. Originally published New York, Knopf, 1964, with illustrations by Joseph Schindelman. The nicest copy of this title that we have come across.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Têtes-mortes

      Edition originale pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiersPrécieux envoi autographe signé de Samuel Beckett à son ami le peintre Geer (Van Velde) et à sa femme Lise.spine très légèrement insolé sans gravité. Les éditions de minuit Paris 1967 9,5x18cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring; The Two Towers; The Return of the King 3 volume set

      London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd. Second edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 1967,1968, 1969. Second Revised Edition, 2nd, 3rd, & 4th impressions. All with immaculate tipped-in fold-out maps at rear. Printed by Jarrold & Sons. No inscriptions, no foxing, no tears. Clipped dust jackets are all very good with only slightest wear [see photos]. Red bindings with gilt title to spines are also very good with very minimal wear only. Red to top edges. 423pp, 352pp & 440pp. All protected by archival sleeves. Heavy set which will require additional postage & insurance.

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        Kühl, Johannes. - "Fensterausblick mit Stillleben".

      - Zeichnung / Aquarell, auf Büttenpapier, 1967. Von Johannes Kühl. 56,3 x 36,0 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Links unten in Tusche signiert: "Johannes Kühl". Rechts unten nochmals signiert: "Johannes". Verso in Bleistift signiert und bezeichnet: "Johannes Kühl / Fensterausblick mit Stilleben". - Stillleben mit chinesischem Porzellanhund, Azaleen und Forsythia-Zweigen. - Papier insgesamt geringfügig knickspurig. Die Ecken stärker knickspurig. Blattrand mit wenigen kleinen Fehlstellen. VErso Reste einer ehemaligen Montierung. Johannes Kühl (1922 Dresden - 1994 Dresden). Deutscher Maler. 1938 Besuch der Kunstschule Richter Dresden. Ab 1938-43 Studium an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Dresden. 1940 Meisterschüler bei Rudolph Schramm-Zittau. 1942 Ehrenpreis der Stadt Dresden. Ab 1944 Soldat, 1945 Kriegsgefangenschaft am Niederrhein in Rheinsberg und Chartre. 1946 Entlassung nach Hannover. Im selben Jahr Rückkehr nach Dresden, dort freischaffend tätig und Mitglied des Verbandes Bildender Künstler Deutschlands. Beteiligt an Organisation und Aufbau vieler Ausstellungen des Verbandes Bildender Künstler im Bezirk Dresden. Vereinsarbeit und Leitung der Sektion Maler und Grafiker des Bezirkes bis 1960. 1947 Erste Beschäftigung mit gegenstandsloser Malerei. 1948 Ehe mit Irmingard Grünwald. 1950-60 Gastmitglied des VBK Berlin. 1953 Gründungsmitglied der Genossenschaft Bildender Künstler Dresden (Kunst der Zeit). Seit 1953 stellvertr. Vorsitzender, Mitglied der Jury, Leiter der Geschäftsführung. 1958 Ehe mit Anneliese Schneider. 1962 Übernahme der Kunstausstellung Kühl Dresden. Aufgabe des eigenen künstlerischen Schaffens. 1990 Erster Vorsitzender des Neuen Sächsischen Kunstvereins e.V. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        [Untitled; the first color poster done for the Black Panther Party by the artist who became the Party's Minister of Culture, inscribed and signed by the artist]

      San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1967. 17.5x21.5 inch poster depicting an African American mother smiling at her naked little boy who is carrying a long rifle, a target used for practice visible through the window of their dilapidated room. Several tears have been professionally restored with backing of Japan paper, and the four corners which had been lost have been similarly backed. The main place where this is visible is at lower right, where the corner loss impinged on the publication information (see close-up photo). Three roughly parallel creases from having been rolled. The artwork is dated October 1967, with the initials BPPSD (Black Panther Party for Self Defense). Pen inscription at bottom reads, "We must stand as men, than crawl as slaves - Emory." The phrase "Cal booth" is written in the top margin, perhaps referring to an event at UC Berkeley where the poster might have been displayed. Emory Douglas has referred to this as the first color painting he turned into a poster for the Panthers, at the urging of Eldrige Cleaver (See page 1, "Black Panther, the Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas").

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        To Colour Thought

      Officina Bodoni for Yale University, New Haven 1967 - First edition, no. 3 of 10 copies. Color frontispiece after Blake, reproductions in collotye and offset by Meriden Gravure. 27, [5]pp. 1 vols. 8vo. ONE OF 10 COPIES. Inscribed on the colophon page to James Tanis and with calligraphed card laid in "For James Tanis, with apprecition from the Graphic Arts Collection. Yale University Library" Bouund in full orange morocco. Very fine in slipcae Color frontispiece after Blake, reproductions in collotye and offset by Meriden Gravure. 27, [5]pp. 1 vols. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Kritische Gesamtausgabe. 8 Abteilungen, 35 Bänden. Herausgegeben von Colli u. Montinari.

      Berlin, de Gruyter Verlag, 1967ff. - Leinen mit Schutzumschlag. Neuwertige Exemplare (manche sind noch verschweißt). Erste (1.) Abteilung: Band 1 Nachgelassene Aufzeichnungen (Anfang 1852 - Sommer 1858) Band 2 Nachgelassene Aufzeichnungen (Herbst 1858 - Herbst 1862) Band 3 Nachgelassene Aufzeichnungen (Herbst 1862 - Sommer 1864) Band 4 Nachgelassene Aufzeichnungen (Herbst 1864 - Frühjahr 1868) Band 5 Nachgelassene Aufzeichnungen. Frühjahr 1868 - Herbst 1869 Zweite (2.) Abteilung: Band 1 Philologische Schriften Band 2 Vorlesungsaufzeichnungen (SS 1869 - WS 1869/70). Anhang: Nachschriften von Vorlesungen Nietzsches Band 3 Vorlesungsaufzeichnungen (SS 1870 - SS 1871) Band 4 Vorlesungsaufzeichnungen (WS 1870/71 - WS 1874/75) Band 5 Vorlesungsaufzeichnungen (WS 1874/75 - WS 1878/79) Dritte (3.) Abteilung: Band 1 Die Geburt der Tragödie. Unzeitgemäße Betrachtungen I - III (1872 - 1874) Band 2 Nachgelassene Schriften 1870 - 1873 Band 3 Nachgelassene Fragmente Herbst 1869 - Herbst 1872 Band 4 Nachgelassene Fragmente Sommer 1872 - Ende 1874 Band 5 Nachbericht zur dritten Abteilung Vierte (4.) Abteilung: Band 1 Richard Wagner in Bayreuth (Unzeitgemäße Betrachtungen IV). Nachgelassene Fragmente Anfang 1875 - Frühling 1876 Band 2 Menschliches, Allzumenschliches. Erster Band. Nachgelassene Fragmente 1876 - Winter 1877/78 Band 3 Menschliches, Allzumenschliches. Zweiter Band. Nachgelassene Fragmente Frühling 1878 - November 1879 Band 4 Nachbericht zur vierten Abteilung Fünfte (5.) Abteilung: Band 1 Morgenröthe. Nachgelassene Fragmente Anfang 1880 - Frühjahr 1881 Band 2 Idyllen aus Messina. Die fröhliche Wissenschaft. Nachgelassene Fragmente Frühjahr 1881 - Sommer 1882 Band 3 Nachbericht zum ersten Band der fünften Abteilung. Morgenröthe Sechste (6.) Abteilung: Band 1 Also sprach Zarathustra Band 2 Jenseits von Gut und Böse. Zur Genealogie der Moral (1886 - 1887) Band 3 Der Fall Wagner. Götzen-Dämmerung. - Nachgelassene Schriften (August 1888 - Anfang Januar 1889): Der Antichrist. Ecce homo. Dionysos-Dithyramben. - Nietzsche contra Wagner Band 4 Nachbericht zum ersten Band der sechsten Abteilung Siebte (7.) Abteilung: Band 1 Nachgelassene Fragmente Juli 1882 - Winter 1883 - 1884 Band 2 Nachgelassene Fragmente Frühjahr - Herbst 1884 Band 3 Nachgelassene Fragmente Herbst 1884 - Herbst 1885 Band 4 Nachbericht zur siebenten Abteilung Band 4.1 Nachgelassene Fragmente Juli 1882 - Winter 1883/84 Band 4.2 Nachgelassene Fragmente Frühjahr 1884 - Herbst 1885 Achte (8.) Abteilung: Band 1 Nachgelassene Fragmente Herbst 1885 - Herbst 1887 Band 2 Nachgelassene Fragmente Herbst 1887 - März 1888 Band 3 Nachgelassene Fragmente Anfang 1888 - Anfang Januar 1889. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 28550 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ORGANIC TRAINS

      np: np [Penny Press?], nd [1967]. First Edition. Wraps. Near fine. 8vo. Near fine in original stiff printed stapled wraps. Offset printed. Toning to spine, as common. Penned price (.50) to upper right corner of front cover. Else clean, sharp, and sound. Near fine. Carroll's first book, self-published when he was still in high school. The beginning of a remarkably varied career. Though better known for his cult memoir THE BASKETBALL DIARIES and eponymous punk band, poetry was Carroll's most sustained creative endeavor. And this volume served as his introduction to many of the writers and artists of the New York scene who would go on to be close friends and collaborators. Kerouac famously wrote of Carroll, "At 13 years of age [he] writes better prose than 89% of the novelists working today." A somewhat bibliographically murky book. Several sources attribute the book to "Penny Press," but we have been unable to trace this claim to any primary source. Such confusion may be due to the book's scarcity. One of about 500 copies, but according to CarrollÂ’s official website (citing the author himself), many were lost by the printer. We've been able to find only a few at auction or in the trade and OCLC locates just 8 copies. An important debut.

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        The Thomas Crown Affair [The Crown Caper] (Original screenplay, signed by Norman Jewison)

      Los Angeles: United Artists / The Mirisch Corporation, 1967. Second Draft Script for the 1968 film, "The Thomas Crown Affair" (here under its working title, "The Crown Caper." INSCRIBED on the title page by director and producer Norman Jewison: "To -- / With regards / Norman Jewison." Written for the screen by Alan R. Trustman and starring Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway. At or near the top of a distinguished and polished pile of heist films from the late 1960s that combined humor, style, and suspense, and the film that was the first to employ split-screen imagery (a technique devised by the film's editor, Hal Ashby, who would soon become a prominent director). This particular heist film is of the variety where the heist is loaded up front, with the majority of the film devoted to its aftermath. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Original Song ("The Windmills of Your Mind," by composer Michel Legrand, Alan Bergman, and Marilyn Bergman), and nominated for Best Original Score. Yellow wrappers, with no titles on the front wrapper. Title page present, with a date of March 10, 1967, stated "2nd DRAFT SCREENPLAY," and with credits for screenwriter Trustman and producer-director Jewison. 94 leaves, mimeograph, rectos only. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with two gold brads.

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        The Garden of Earthly Delights (Signed First Edition)

      New York: The Vanguard Press, 1967. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author on the front flyleaf in the year of publication: "For Gunter -- / With best wishes / Joyce Carol Oates / 9-22-67." Finalist for the National Book Award for Fiction (1968), and winner of the M.L. Rosenthal Award (1968). The author's second novel. First of the "Wonderland Quartet" novels, the others being "Expensive People" (1968), "them" (1969), and "Wonderland" (1971). Very Good plus in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Foxing to the page edges, slight fading to the extremities, faint splash to the top page edges. Jacket spine slightly faded, light shelfwear and foxing, and a long crease to the rear flap.

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        Framed Typed Letter Signed on personal stationery

      Beverly Hills, CA, 1967. unbound. 1 page, 11 x 8.5 inches, Beverly Hills, California, October 6, 1967. In this letter, Gershwin gives his opinion on an album cover and notes two musical corrections, in full: "I am returning the two possible covers of "HI-HO!" (with the exclamation mark). I agree that the cover to be favored is the one with the larger reproduction. Please note there are two tiny corrections in the music, changing an E natural to an E flat, on pages 3 and 8." Float-mounted above a 5.25 x 7.25-inch close-up photo of the Gershwins collaborating on a composition. Matted in white and set in a silver frame measuring 22.25 x 14 inches. Several marks and light creases but still in very good condition. American lyricist.

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        Bedazzled (Original screenplay for the 1967 film)

      Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. Draft British script for the 1967 film. A comic retelling of the Faust legend, in which an unhappy man working as a short order cook makes a deal with the devil in exchange for seven wishes, and is given advice along the way by the Seven Deadly Sins. Though he attempts to use most of the wishes on trying to woo his waitress coworker, the Devil repeatedly uses loopholes in the wishes in order to thwart him. Shot on location in England. Red studio wrappers, card stock with a faux-snakeskin pattern, with the title on the front wrapper. Title page present, dated 13th April, 1967, with credits for screenwriters Cook and Moore. 104 leaves, mechanically reproduced. Pages about Fine, wrapper Near Fine, internal prong binding.

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        Orlando Furioso

      Milan: Electa, 1967. First Edition. Softcover. Near Fine Condition. Fabrizio Clerici. 3 volumes in slightly worn slipcases, 1 text volume and 2 plate volumes. In English Heroical Verse by John Harington (1560-1612). 158 finely executed illustrations, many double page - a few tiny creases and marks, generally fine internally, chemises with very slight wear, modest wear to slipcases. A very fine edition of Orlando Furioso with a remarkable array of illustrations by Clerici; one of 150 copies. The racy beginnings of Harington's translation of Orlando Furioso got him banished from Queen Elizabeth's court until he finished his translation (which it was assumed he would be unable to do), but he completed it in 1591 and returned. Size: Folio. Illustrator: Fabrizio Clerici. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Literature & Literary; Poetry. Inventory No: 045947.

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        Lyndon Johnson, the champion of the landmark 1964 Civil Rights Act, stresses the "deep need for strong and affirmative governmental action on the State and local levels"

      Washington, March 14, 1967. 7" x 10.25". "Typed Letter Signed, ""Lyndon B. Johnson,"" as President, 1 page, 7"" x 10.25"" on White House letterhead, Washington, March 14, 1967 to Connecticut Governor John Dempsey concerning a planned civil rights conference to convened in that state and referencing a similar conference held at the White House in 1966. Light horizontal mailing folds, stamped receipt date at top left, else very fine condition. Johnson writes in full: ""I am happy to learn of the Connecticut Conference on Human Rights and Opportunities which you have called. We received many valuable insights from the White House Conference, 'To Fulfill These Rights', held in Washington last June. Some of these recommendations have been incorporated into my legislative program. One of the points which the Council to the Conference and the Conferees stressed was the deep need for strong and affirmative governmental action on the State and local levels. your calling of this important meeting is in keeping with this recommendation. Connecticut has a continuing record of achievement in the field of human rights. I know your Conference will affirm your past efforts, and point the way to new accomplishments. Please convey my best wishes to all of your participants. I know that the insights which you gain will do so much to strengthen the lives of all the citizens of Connecticut. Your initiative will serve as a strong example for the other States."" The letter offers an extremely rare use the term ""affirmative action"" by Johnson. We can find no LBJ letters offered at a major auction where he wrote that phrase. The term was first employed in reference to racial preference in John F. Kennedy's Executive Order 10925, which established the President's Committee On Equal Employment Opportunity, chaired by then Vice President Johnson in March 1961. Johnson had charged a young black attorney, Hobart Taylor, Jr. (1920-1981), special counsel to the Committee, with crafting a phrase that, according to Taylor, would provide ""a sense of positivity to performance under the order."" Torn between the phrases ""positive action,"" and ""affirmative action,"" Taylor chose the latter in light of its alliterative qualities. (Terry H. Anderson, The Pursuit of Fairness: A History of Affirmative Action, 2004 p. 60-61)"

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        Belle de jour (Original photograph of Catherine Deneuve, Geneviève Page, and other brothel workers)

      Paris: Robert et Raymond Hakim Sud-Films Distribution, 1967. Vintage black-and-white borderless single weight still photograph of Catherine Deneuve and her fellow brothel workers (including Geneviève Page) on the set of the 1967 film. With the French distributor's stamp on the verso, and a rubber stamped reference number (33). Buñuel's first color film, about a young housewife who begins working in a brothel while her husband is at work, with tragic consequences for him and a jealous client involved in organized crime. Winner of the Golden Lion at the 1967 Venice Film Festival. 9 x 6.75 inches. Near Fine. Criterion Collection 593. Martin 29.

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        Werke. Institut für Marxismus-Leninismus beim ZK der SED. Complete in 44 volumes.

      Berlin, Dietz, 1967-1974. Blue cloth. Portraits. Illustrations. *owner's name, spines slightly discoloured and rubbed, titlepage volume 23 damaged, binding volume 23 loose + underlinings in pencil, underlinings in volumes 26.1-26.3, otherwise good condition*.Volume 1: 1839 bis 1844, Volume 2: 1844-1846, Volume 3: 1845-1846, Volume 4: Mai 1846 bis März 1848, Volume 5: März 1848 bis November 1848, Volume 6: November 1848 bis Juli 1849, Volume 7: August 1849 bis Juni 1851, Volume 8: August 1851 bis März 1853, Volume 9: März 1853 bis Dezember 1853, Volume 10: Januar 1854 - Januar 1855, Volume 11: Januar 1855 - April 1856, Volume 12: April 1856-1859, Volume 13: Januar 1859 - Februar 1860, Volume 14: Juli 1857 -November 1860, Volume 15: Januar 1860 - September 1864, Volume 16: September 1864 - Juli 1870, Volume 17: Juli 1870 - Februar 1872, Volume 18: März 1872 - Mai 1875, Volume 19: Mai 1875 - Mai 1883, Volume 20: Anti-Dühring. Dialektik der Natur, Volume 21: Mai 1883 - Dezember 1889, Volume 22: Januar 1890 - August 1895, Volume 23: Das Kapital. Erster Band, Volume 24: Das Kapital. Zweiter Band, Volume 25: Das Kapital. Dritter Band, Volume 26.1: Theorien über den Mehrwert. Erster Teil, Volume 26.2: Theorien über den Mehrwert. Zweiter Teil, Volume 26.3.: Theorien über den Mehrwert. Dritter Teil, Volume 27: Briefe. Februar 1842 - Dezember 1851, Volume 28: Briefe. Januar 1852 bis Dezember 1855, Volume 29: Briefe. Januar 1856 bis Dezember 1859, Volume 30: Briefe. Januar 1860 -September 1864, Volume 31: Briefe. Oktober 1864 - Dezember 1867, Volume 32: Briefe. Januar 1868 - Mitte Juli 1870, Volume 33: Briefe. Juli 1870-Dezember 1874, Volume 34: Briefe. Januar 1875 - Dezember 1880, Volume 35: Briefe. Januar 1881 - März 1883, Volume 36: Briefe. April 1883 - Dezember 1887, Volume 37: Briefe. Januar 1888 - Dezember 1890, Volume 38: Briefe. Januar 1891- Dezember 1892, Volume 39: Briefe. Januar 1893 - Juli 1895. Ergänzungsband. Schriften. Manuskripte. Briefe bis 1844. Erster Teil. Ergänzungsband. Schriften. Manuskripte. Briefe bis 1844. Zweiter Teil. Marx/Engels Verzeichnis. Ergänzungsband. Werke. Schriften. Artikel

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        Ernst Scheidegger - Photograph und Verleger. Mehrfarbige Lithographie..

      1967 90 x 64 cm, Rahmengrösse (100 x 75 cm) (versilberter Rahmen), Min. gebräunt Exemplar 44 von 100. Unten rechts m. Bleistift sign. (VARLIN). Die Litho gehört zu einer Mappe. die Varlin in Zusammenarbeit mit Ernst Scheidegger um 1970 geschaffen hat. in der auch der Schriftsteller Jürg Federspiel vorkommt. (Dank an Frau Guggenheim vom Varlin-Archiv). Der Maler Varlin. 1900 als Willy Guggenheim in Zürich geboren. nimmt innerhalb der Schweizer Malerei des 20. Jahrhunderts eine Sonderstellung ein. Unbeeindruckt von den avantgardistischen und abstrakten Strömungen seiner Zeit. schuf er ein eigenständiges figuratives Werk.  das die Fragilität des Alltäglichen ins Zentrum rückt. Varlin starb 1977 im bündnerischen Bondo. Gerne senden wir Ihnen eine Abbildung. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Grafik - nach 1945 Kunst - Monographien Photographie

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        Prayer to the Mystery

      [Boston: D. Sacilotto for Charles Lauriat's, 1967. Photogravure by Curtis, finely printed from the original plate, on wove paper watermarked "Tweedweave", by the master printmaker D. Sacilotto. A rare edition, not to be confused with later restrikes. A fine print, the beauty and quality of which rivals that of the original plates.(Small discreet collection stamp outside of plate mark on verso .) Very good condition apart from some mild rippling and light soiling in the top margin. A breath-taking image from "The North American Indian", the grandest illustrated work ever produced in the United States, the most important illustrated work on American Indians, and the single greatest book in Western Americana. As in the culture other Plains Indians, spirituality and religious ceremony were a central part of Lakota life. In addition to the important annual Sun Dance, the principal sacred rites included the Vision Quest, Making Relatives, Rite of Purification (Sweat Lodge), Keeping of the Soul, Preparing for Womanhood, and Throwing the Ball. The sacred pipe was an integral part these rites, which all centered around the veneration and invocation of the Great Mystery, Wakan Tanka, the ubiquitous supreme deity that created and governed the universe. The buffalo skull was also a fundamental element of many of these ceremonies. As the prime source of subsistence, buffalo were deemed sacred, and their skulls were frequently used as altars. "In supplication the pipe was always offered to the Mystery by holding it aloft. At the feet of the worshipper lies a buffalo-skull, symbolic of the spirit of the animal upon which the Indians were so dependent. The subject of the picture is Picket Pin, an Ogalala Sioux." (Curtis, List of Large Plates Supplementing Volume Three) Picket Pin was a frequent fixture of the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota, and several photographs of him were included in Henry and Jean Hamilton's 1971 publication 'The Sioux Of the Rosebud' as well as Paul Dyck's 'Brule, Sioux People of the Rosebud' of the same year. A band of the Lakota or Teton Sioux tribe, the Oglala inhabited the North American Plains and Prairies west of the Missouri River, and were primarily hunters. The original edition of Curtis' The North American Indian had 214 subscribers and Curtis himself handled the distribution. After Curtis declared bankruptcy, the booksellers Charles Lauriat's of Boston purchased the outstanding stock, and the edition from which this print comes was commissioned in order to complete a number of incomplete portfolios. According to information supplied by the printers, the edition was strictly limited with only 17 sets being produced. Edward Curtis was fascinated with the story of the American Indian from an early age, honing both his knowledge of them and his skill as a photographer on numerous scientific expeditions in the 1890s. With the enthusiastic backing of President Theodore Roosevelt (who wrote the foreword), Curtis evolved his plan for a comprehensive work that would illustrate his romantic vision of American Indian life before the disastrous impact of European contact. He obtained the patronage of J. Pierpont Morgan, whose support (and later, that of his son) enabled the project to go forward. What had originally been projected to take five or six years stretched to twenty-three, consumed $1,200,000 (a third in subsidy from the Morgans), and finally reached a conclusion in 1930, leaving Curtis a broken and bankrupt man. Nonetheless, he succeeded in accomplishing his grand design, and the set remains his monument. Cf. Naef & Goldschmidt The Truthful Lens 40; cf. Howes C-965.

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        Propyläen Kunstgeschichte. 23 Bände.

      Propyläen;, Berlin: 1967 - Berlin: Propyläen; 1967ff. Gr.-8°. ca. 400 S. Text u. 500 Kunstdrucktaf. m. Abb. in Farbe und s/w. pro Band. OHldr.; OLn - OS. Umschläge vereinzelt schwach lädiert. Guter Gesamtzustand. 18 Bände + 5 Supplementbände. - Band 1: Die Griechen und ihre Nachbarn - Karl Schefold. Band 2: Das römische Weltreich - Theodor Kraus. Band 3: Byzanz und der christliche Osten - W.F. Volbach; J. Lafontaine-Dosogne. Band 4: Die Kunst des Islam - J. Sourdel-Thomine; B. Spuler. Band 5: Das Mittelalter I - Hermann Fillitz. Band 6: Das Mittelalter II - Otto von Simson. Band 7: Spätmittelalter und beginnende Neuzeit - J. Bialostocki. Band 8: Die Kunst des 16. Jahrhunderts - Georg Kauffmann. Band 9: Die Kunst des 17. Jahrhunderts - Erich Hubala. Band 10: Die Kunst des 18. Jahrhunderts - Harald Keller. Band 11: Die Kunst des 19. Jahrhunderts - Rudolf Zeitler. Band 12: Die Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts 1880-1940 - G.C. Argan. Band 13: Frühe Stufen der Kunst - Machteld J. Mellink, Jan Filip. Band 14: Der alte Orient - Winfried Orthmann. Band 15: Das alte Ägypten - C. Vander Sleyen. Band 16: Indien und Südostasien - H. Härtel; J. Auboyer. Band 17: China, Korea, Japan - Jan Fonten; Rose Hempel. Band 18: Das alte Amerika - Gordon R. Willey. - Band I bis V Supplement. Sprache: Deutsch Umschläge vereinzelt schwach lädiert. Guter Gesamtzustand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A BRIEF CORRESPONDENCE AMONG THE PROFESSIONAL ICE SKATER "CHARLOTTE", INVENTOR OF THE DEATH SPIRAL AND OLYMPIC CHAMPION DICK BUTTON, AND DR. ARTHUR N. FOXE. The collection includes several signed autograph and typed letters and related ephemera including the original program for the 1917 movie "The Frozen Warning".

      Germany, October 1967 through June 1968. [1967]. [1967] - - A brief correspondence begun on October 1, 1967 among "Charlotte", Dick Button and Dr. Arthur N. Foxe. The material includes 3 autograph letters signed by Charlotte. Also included are 2 autograph notes signed by Charlotte on the versos of real-photo portrait postcards, and 5 Typed Letters Signed by the Olympic champion figure skater and television broadcaster Dick Button, together with related material. In a 91-word Typed Letter on "Candid Productions" stationery, dated September 6, 1967, Dick Button introduces himself to Dr. Foxe and mentions having dropped in at the Tuttle Publishing Company in Rutland, Vermont where he purchased a copy of Dr. Foxe's book "Skating for Eveyone". While there, he was told about Dr. Foxe's collection of skating books. "I think it might be interesting for us to meet." Signed "Dick". In a subsequent letter typed on September 21, 1967, Dick Button thanks Dr. Foxe for the book, "I enjoyed talking with you." In a retained copy of a letter, Dr. Foxe recalls that Dick Button showed him 4 books he did not know about and asks if Dick could jot down their titles for him. Dick Button replies on October 30th with a letter in which he mentions enclosing a comprehensive bibliography which includes the books he showed him. In a 160-word letter dated October 1, 1967 penned in red ink on a 7-1/2 inch high by 11-1/2 inch wide light blue air letter, Charlotte replies to a letter from Dick Button, thanking him for thinking of her and her husband, her former skating partner, Kurt Neuman. "We both have not been well . had a little collapse and I a bit of a breakdown." Though she is now 77 years old she states that "I am still skating". Signed "Charlotte", together with an annotation in blue ink "and your 'old' Friend," signed "Kurt". Charlotte's red stamp depicting a line drawing of a figure skater is stamped at the top of the page. On November 9th, Dick Button writes to Dr. Foxe thanking him for his note about some "Harper's Weekly" prints and lets him know that he's not heard anything further from Charlotte beyond what she'd written in October. On November 15, 1967, Charlotte again writes in red ink on light blue paper. In her 150-word letter to Dick Button, Charlotte mentions putting some things together to send him: "I think you will pick out some of it that will interest you as I do not know what [?] your friend Dr. Arthur N. Foxe would like." Signed "Charlotte". Kurt Neuman has also signed the letter in blue ink, sending his regards to Dick & to Dr. Foxe. Dr. Foxe appears to have been researching the image which appears in a poster which Dick shown him. In a retained letter dated December 1st, Dr. Foxe informs Dick that his card file tells him that Wm. H. Fuller "was born c.1833 in Boston, Mass. He was a skater of considerable repute." He goes on to point out that there was another "Fuller" "an Englishman who flourished, as the saying goes around 1895" but that the "garb on the man of your poster is typical American." In a brief note typed on December 12, 1967, Dick asks Dr. Foxe "Is this what we talked about." signed "Dick Button" in blue ink. In a retained copy of a letter addressed to Charlotte, dated January 21, 1968, Dr. Foxe thanks Charlotte for the skating items she sent him. "I chose the program of The Frozen Warning", the Hippodrome Photograph and you doing the Split jump. It seems almost unbelievable that you performed so dynamically and in so modern a way before Sonja Henie." In an autograph letter signed, penned in red ink January 29, 1968, Charlotte responds to Dr. Foxe thanking him for his book. In this letter of approximately 180 words penned on light blue paper with her red skating stamp at top left, Charlotte writes about her accomplishments. "when I was a child in 1910 I already skated this new style and [at] 12 years I jumped already the Axel and Axel Paulsen himself saw me do it. In 1929 Mr. Neuman and I created the Death spiral." Signed "Charlotte". Charlotte has penned brief notes in red [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Gesicht 3", montiertes Relief; Holz, gebeizt oder bemalt, Metall, 79 x 39, verso Widmung mit Monogramm.

      - Werkverzeichnis 1967 - 2004 Bilder Objekte Zeichnungen: P83/06. Hans Ticha, geb. 1940, lebt und arbeitet in Maintal bei Frankfurt.Ticha wuchs in Schkeuditz auf, 1965- 69 Studium an der Hochschule für Bildende und Angewandte Kunst in Berlin-Weißensee bei Kurt Robbel, Werner Klemke, Arno Mohr und Klaus Wittkugel. Ab 1970 als freischaffender Maler, Grafiker und Buchillustrator tätig. 20000 gr.

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        WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE: CHAOS OR COMMUNITY?

      Harper & Row (1967), New York - INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front free endpaper: "To Mrs. Howard Lewis Allen/In appreciation of your/great support/Martin Luther King Jr." About twenty pages have ink and pencil marks in the margins and single words or sentences underlined by an unknown reader. Two pages have a few words crossed out and replaced in ink. An example: "It is an aspect of their sense of superiority that the white people of America believe they have so little to learn." The reader has underlined the word "superiority" and has written in the margin "ignorance rather." Very Good in a Near Fine dustwrapper [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        In a Piegan Lodge

      [Boston: D. Sacilotto for Charles Lauriat's, 1967. Photogravure by Curtis, finely printed from the original plate, on wove paper watermarked "Tweedweave", by the master printmaker D. Sacilotto. A rare edition, not to be confused with later restrikes. A fine print, the beauty and quality of which rivals that of the original plates.(Small discreet collection stamp outside of plate mark on verso.) Very good condition apart from some mild rippling. A breath-taking image from "The North American Indian", the grandest illustrated work ever produced in the United States, the most important illustrated work on American Indians, and the single greatest book in Western Americana. "Little Plume with his son Yellow Kidney occupies the position of honor, the space at the rear opposite the entrance. The picture is full of suggestion of the various Indian activities. In a prominent place lie the ever-present pipe and its accessories on the tobacco cutting-board. From the lodge- poles hang the buffalo-skin shield, the long medicine-bundle, an eagle- wing fan, and a deerskin articles for accoutering the horse. The upper end of the rope is attached to the intersection of the lodge-poles, and in stormy weather the lower end is made fast to a stake near the centre of the floor space." (Curtis, List of Large Plates Supplementing Volume Six) A subgroup of the Blackfoot tribe, the Piegan are of Algonquin stock and inhabited the Plains and Prairies region of North America. They were the quintessential Plains Indians, and in his notes, Curtis described them as amiable people, who had a propensity for social formalities and were easy to work with. The original edition of Curtis' The North American Indian had 214 subscribers and Curtis himself handled the distribution. After Curtis declared bankruptcy, the booksellers Charles Lauriat's of Boston purchased the outstanding stock, and the edition from which this print comes was commissioned in order to complete a number of incomplete portfolios. According to information supplied by the printers, the edition was strictly limited with only 17 sets being produced. Edward Curtis was fascinated with the story of the American Indian from an early age, honing both his knowledge of them and his skill as a photographer on numerous scientific expeditions in the 1890s. With the enthusiastic backing of President Theodore Roosevelt (who wrote the foreword), Curtis evolved his plan for a comprehensive work that would illustrate his romantic vision of American Indian life before the disastrous impact of European contact. He obtained the patronage of J. Pierpont Morgan, whose support (and later, that of his son) enabled the project to go forward. What had originally been projected to take five or six years stretched to twenty-three, consumed $1,200,000 (a third in subsidy from the Morgans), and finally reached a conclusion in 1930, leaving Curtis a broken and bankrupt man. Nonetheless, he succeeded in accomplishing his grand design, and the set remains his monument. Cf. Naef & Goldschmidt The Truthful Lens 40; cf. Howes C-965.

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        Atlas Shrugged (Signed, Limited Edition)

      New York: Random House, 1967. First Edition. Fine/Fine. Stated 9th printing, the signed, limited 10-year anniversary edition of Atlas Shrugged. A Fine copy of the book in Fine publisher's acetate jacket and Fine original cardboard slipcase with only a tiny little smudge on the side where it looks like it rubbed against something. About as nice a copy as we've seen. Rand's magnum opus, where she develops her objectivist theory and explores the question, "what if society's genius goes on strike?" Rand considered the book "not about the murder of man's body, but about the murder and rebirth of man's spirit." "Atlas Shrugged" has remained one of the most popular and influential books written in the twentieth century; one survey in 1991 finding it second only to the Bible in having the greatest impact upon its readers. The book would also place first on Modern Library Reader's Poll of the Top 100 novels of the 20th century. "...the reader will stay with this strange world, borne along by its story and eloquent flow of ideas." (Contemporary Newsweek Review). Fine in Fine dust jacket.

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        Hommage a Lidice. 20. Ausstellung der Galerie Rene Block Berlin vom 22. Oktober bis zum 17. November 1967.

      Berlin. Galerie Rene Block. 1967. 1. Auflage. Quer groß 8°. 1 Blatt, 22 Seiten [zweigeteilt], 1 Beilage. OKarton mit OKLappenumschlag. Makellos frisches Exemplar. Mit einer lose beiliegenden Original-Collage von Gerhard Rühm - diese hier verso in Silberstift handschriftlich signiert - sowie Beiträgen in Form wiedergegebener Arbeiten von H.P. Alvermann, Joseph Beuys, K.P. Brehmer, HJ. Dietrich, Gotthard Graubner, K.H. Hödicke, Bernhard Höke, Chris Reinecke, Bernd Koberling, Konrad Lueg, C.O. Paeffgen, [Blinky] Palermo, Sigmar Polke (Doppelportrait, 1965), Gerhard Richter, Dieter Rot, Günther Uecker, W. Vostell, Stephan Wewerka, Lambert M. Wintersberger. Mit einem Klappentext von Herbert von Buttlar. Das erste - geteilte - Blatt enthält im oberen Teil einen wiedergegebenen Brief von Alvermann zu seiner Arbeit, im unteren das biographische Porträt Gerhard Rühms [anläßlich der lose beiliegenden Collage]. Die folgenden Blätter beinhalten dann immer synchron oben eine Werkabbildung sowie unten eine Kurzbiographie des jeweiligen Künstlers. Selten. Versand D: 2,00 EUR 20. Jahrhundert / 20th Century, Deutschland / Germany, Galerie Rene Block, Galeriekataloge

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        Ms. Brief mit eigenh. Unterschrift

      Basel, 25. X. 1967. - 4to. 1 p. An den Zahnarzt Paul Cahen in Basel: „Ich habe Ihnen noch nicht für Ihren lieben Brief vom 24. September 1967 gedankt. Mir scheint die Rede Rabins grossartig. Es ist doch ein anderer Geist in diesem Volk, wenn es gezwungen wird, gegen Gewalt mit Gewalt aufzutreten und zu siegen. Man hört kein Triumphgeheul und nichts von den Tönen, die wir alle zu gut kennen aus preussischem Geist. Was in Israel noch werden wird, wissen wir nicht; aber mit grossen Hoffnungen denken wir an die Zukunft dort [ ]" – Gemeint ist Jitzchak Rabins (damals Stabschef der Streitkräfte Israels) legendäre Rede, gehalten am Ende des Sechstagekriegs auf dem Skopusberg, nachdem ihm von der Universität die Ehrendoktorwürde verliehen worden war. Er nahm die Würdigung im Namen der ganzen Armee entgegen, die sich – so sagte er in der Dankesrede – nicht nur in ihrer spirituellen Größe, dem Trauern um die Opfer des Feindes, vor allen anderen Armeen in der Welt unterscheide. - Beiliegt: Visitkarte von Gertrad Jaspers mit eigenh. Zusatz: „dankt von Herzen dem ,Meister’ und schickt dies Büchlein, in dem Zettel Sie auf vielleicht Interessierendes hinweisen." [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Collection of 15 stills of Audrey Hepburn from various films, many on the set

      Various cities: Various photographers, 1967. Collection of 15 stills of Audrey Hepburn from various films, many on the set. Included are shots with husband and co-star Mel Ferrer, shots on the set and on studio lots, and from the following films: "The Nun's Story" (1959, 3 studio stills, with snipes, 1 reference still ) "Paris When It Sizzles" (1963, 1 studio still) "Two for the Road" (1967, 2 candid stills, 1 studio still) "Wait Until Dark" (1967, 1 reference still, 1 studio still) Hepburn with Rex Harrison and Jack Warner ("My Fair Lady", circa 1964). Hepburn and Rosalind Russell presenting the Academy Award to Fred Zinneman for "A Man for All Seasons". On the beach with a child (2 candid shots, date unknown but circa early 1960s). Candid shot on the set with Mel Ferrer (unknown but circa late 1950s). All photographs 8 x 10 inches (20 x 25 cm), Near Fine or better.

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        Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?

      New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1967. First edition. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To Mr. James Nobel With Best Wishes For Peace and Brotherhood Martin Luther King Jr." The recipient James Nobel was the Director of the Council of Human Relations in Cleveland. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. Where Do We Go from Here is Dr. King's analysis of the state of American race relations and the movement after a decade of U.S. civil rights struggles. ''With Selma and the Voting Rights Act one phase of development in the civil rights revolution came to an end,'' he observed (King, 3). King believed that the next phase in the movement would bring its own challenges, as African Americans continued to make demands for better jobs, higher wages, decent housing, an education equal to that of whites, and a guarantee that the rights won in the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 would be enforced by the federal government.

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        1967 Bernard Buffet Oeuvre Grave Mourlot Book

      1967 - "Bernard Buffet Oeuvre Grave" by Bernard Buffet, Unsigned Book printed in 1967. The overall is size of the Book is 12.5 x 9.75 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 Book: Lithographies, 1952- 1966. Illustrated with 11 original color lithographs, including the cover wrap, all printed by Mourlot, Paris. 66 other fine color reproductions are also featured in the book. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Hitchcock/Truffaut (Inscribed to Robert F Blumofe by Francois Truffaut in 1984)

      New York: Simon and Schuster, 1967. Second printing. INSCRIBED by Francois Truffaut to noted Hollywood producer Robert Blumofe on the half title page: "Pour Robert Blumofe / Bien cordialament / Francois Truffaut." The book was inscribed on the occasion of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' "Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock" on December 5, 1984, a gala affair that included remarks by Gregory Peck, Peter Bogdanovich, and James Stewart. Truffaut would pass away later the same year. Laid in is the original 9 x 6 inch program for the event. The New York Times notes that Blumofe was "a notable catalyst for such films as "Around the World in 80 Days," "West Side Story," and "12 Angry Men." A very nice Truffaut association, in a book that we have never before seen inscribed by the director. "Hitchcock/Truffaut" remains the definitive study of Hitchcock's method, a transcription of a series of interviews held by Truffaut in 1966, covering in depth every film made by the Hitchcock up through "Torn Curtain." Near Fine in a Very Good plus, price-clipped dust jacket. Remainder mark on the bottom page edges, and minor wear at the spine ends.

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        Thirtyfour [Thirty-Four] Parking Lots in Los Angeles (First Edition)

      Los Angeles: Ed Ruscha, 1967. First Edition. First Edition, with the fold-out flap at the right edge of the last leaf as called for. Ruscha's fifth book, following his iconic "Every Building on the Sunset Strip," containing aerial photographs of mostly empty parking lots and the adjacent structures, from the famous (The Hollywood Bowl, Dodger Stadium) to the mundane (retail and office buildings). About Fine in in a Very Good plus example of the original glassine dust jacket. Jacket has a bit of fray along the top edge of the front panel, and is lightly toned at the edges. A very attractive example of a key Ruscha work.

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        "To Colour Thought"

      New Haven: Officina Bodoni for Yale University, 1967. First Edition, #3 of 10 copies. Color frontispiece after Blake, reproductions in collotye and offset by Meriden Gravure. 27, [5]pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Bouund in full orange morocco. Very fine in slipcae. First Edition, #3 of 10 copies. Color frontispiece after Blake, reproductions in collotye and offset by Meriden Gravure. 27, [5]pp. 1 vols. 8vo. ONE OF 10 COPIES. Inscribed on colophoN page to James Tanis and with calligraphed card laid in "For James Tanis/ with apprecition from the/ Graphic Arts Collection/ Yale University Library."

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        The Ghost of Opalina, or Nine Lives

      Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1967. First Edition. Hardcover. Like New. First edition, first printing. Fine, in a Fine dust jacket. Faint scuff to top edge of page block. Small patches of rubbing to dust jacket and faint touches of shelf wear. Pages are remarkably bright. A fantastic copy, unbelievably fresh and in superb condition.

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        Mosaic. A Journal of the Comparative Study of Literature and Ideas.

      Winnipeg( Canada), University of Manitoba, 1967-1995. - ISSN: 0027-1276. Titel rückseitig gestempelt und Buchrücken mit Bibliotheks-Signatur-Schild. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 33000 Gr.-8°. Blaue Halbleinen- und Leineneinbände.

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        In the Heat of the Night (Collection of five original title card maquettes)

      Beverly Hills, CA: The Mirisch Corporation / United Artists, 1967. Collection of five original title card maquettes for the 1967 film hand lettered by Harold Adler. Based on the 1965 novel by John Ball. Harold Adler was a calligrapher who created hand lettered titles on over 100 films, worked frequently with Alfred Hitchcock, and was a favorite of legendary title sequence designers Saul Bass and Pablo Ferro. In addition to "In the Heat of the Night," his credits include "Comanche!" (1956), "The Man with the Golden Arm" (1955), "The Seven Year Itch" (1955), "Carmen Jones" (1954), "Psycho" (1960), "The Birds" (1963), "Justine" (1969), and "Finian's Rainbow" (1969). In 2012, an exhibition of Adler's work was organized by noted typographer and design historian Jill Bell at the American Advertising Federation, Kansas City. A film as much, if not more so, about racial tensions in the Civil Rights era South as it is about a murder investigation, "In the Heat of the Night" won five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Rod Steiger), and Best Adapted Screenplay. 22 x 13.25 inches. White lettering on black ink, tipped onto black board. Near Fine condition overall, with some light rubbing to the boards, some spotting, and minor fraying at the corners. Holograph numbering and editorial markings to the edges. Plastic tabs affixed tot he top of each card with tape. Collation available on request.

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        Dangerous Visions (First Edition, signed by Harlan Ellison and 10 others)

      New York: Simon and Schuster, 1967. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED by editor and contributor Harlan Ellison on the title page: " For Russ Vozles / Harlan Ellison / 13 Oct 79." Additionally SIGNED by 10 other contributors, all Hugo Award winners, each at their contribution, including Robert Silverberg, Frederik Pohl, Philip Jose Farmer, Larry Niven, Fritz Lieber, Poul Anderson, Damon Knight, Theodore Sturgeon, John Brunner, and Roger Zelazny. A collection of 33 stories selected by Ellison, winner of a special Hugo Award in 1968 for Best Anthology. Along with its sequel in 1972, "Again, Dangerous Visions," probably the most important single anthology of science fiction produced in the twentieth century, representing nearly every major science fiction author of the 1950s and 1960s. Near Fine in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Boards lightly rubbed, else book is quite nice. Jacket has no chips and none of the usual fading to the spine, but has shallow creasing and rubbing at the corners. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 4-535.

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        Courir les rues

      Gallimard 1967 - - Gallimard, Paris 1967, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Raymond Queneau à Marguerite Duras. Agréable exemplaire. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition, one of the copies of the press sevice. Precious autograph signed by the author Marguerite Duras. Nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Kritische Gesamtausgabe. Begründet von Giorgio Colli und Mazzini Montinari. Weitergeführt von V. Gerhardt, N. Miller, W. Müller-Lauter und K. Pestalozzi. 35 Bände. - Und: Briefwechsel. Kritische Gesamtausgabe, Abteilung I-III. 21 Bände. - Zusammen 56 Bände.

      Walter de Gruyter 1967-2006, Berlin u. New York - 4to. Mit einigen Abb. sowie zahlr. Faksimiles, teils als lose Beilagen. Gelbe bzw. grüne OLwd. m. je 2 RSchildern sowie Orig.-Schutzumschlag (3 fehlend). Annähernd vollständige Reihe, ca. 10 weitere Bände sind bereits erschienen. - Vorhanden, I. Abteilung, Band 1,2,4. II. Abt., Bd. 1-5. III. Abt., Bd. 1,3,4,5/1 u. 5/2. IV. Abt., Bd. 1-4 (IV,4 o. Umschl.). V. Abt., Bd. 1-2, VI. Abt., Bd. 1-4 (VI,3 o. Umschl.). VII.Abt., Bd. 1-3, 4/1 u. 4/2. VIII. Abt., Bd. 1-3 (VIII,2 o. Umschl.). IX. Abt., Bd. 1-3 (o. Umschl. erschienen). Briefwecksel. I. Abt., Bd. 1-3, II. Abt., Bd. 1-5, 6/1 u. 6/2, 7/1 u. 7/2. III. Abt., Bd. 1-6, 7/1, 7/3,1 u. 7/3,2. - Viele Bände im Schnitt stockfleckig, innen sauber u. wohlerhalten. gr.

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        Panamarenko en Uncle Sam! Tien Millioen Dollars Stock Americain BUK.

      Antwerpen, Galerie Wide White Space, 1967. - 55:61,5 cm. Offsetdruck. Exemplar mit Faltspuren. Katalog Wide White Space

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        New York: The New Art Scene.

      New York: Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1967 Hardcover First edition. Fine cloth-bound hardcover with light rubbing to the bottom edges of the boards and a printer's error to one page--one page has a small block of white at the corner where presumably a piece of paper interfered with the printing, a tiny tear at the corner, a tiny spot of printing to the verso, and a one-inch closed tear--in a Near Fine dust jacket with light tanning to the spine and a touch of rubbing to the extremities; lacking the card slipcase. A nice copy. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. A classic photo-essay on the vibrant New York art scene in the 1960's with portraits, studio scenes, the artists at work, rehearsals, performances, happenings, and social scenes. The book features chapters on Lee Bontecou, John Chamberlain, Jim Dine, Marcel Duchamp, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Barnett Newman, Kenneth Noland, Claes Oldenburg, Larry Poons, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, George Segal, Frank Stella, Andy Warhol and Tom Wesselmann. Photographs by Ugo Mulas; text by Alan Solomon. 345 pages; over 500 b&w illustrations; 9.75 x 13.25 inches. See: Roth, Book of 101 Books, p.186-187; Open Book, p.230-231; Auer, 802 Photo Books, p.464.

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        PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK.

      Melbourne:: F. W. Cheshire. (1967).. The true first edition, the Australian edition. SIGNED, "With affection / Joan Lindsay 1968." An historical novel about a group of female students at an Australian women's college in 1900 who inexplicably vanish at the site of an enormous rock formation while on a Valentine's Day picnic. The rock formation featured in the story, Hanging Rock, is an actual geological formation located in Victoria, Australia. The novel was adapted into a critically acclaimed film of the same name in 1975 by director Peter Weir. Ring on front cover, otherwise about very good light wear to corners and spine ends and an abrasion, an erasure of a name we assume, at the top of front endpaper (about 2 x .75"). The dust jacket is about a quarter-inch taller than the book but shows only the barest wear and is near fine. .

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        Hombre (Original screenplay for the 1967 film, June 1965 draft)

      Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. Revised draft script for the 1967 film. One of the great Westerns, and one that epitomizes the revisionist trend sparked by Elmore Leonard's early novels of the 1950s and 1960s. Newman plays a white man who was raised by the Apaches, and has since had to straddle two worlds, feeling truly comfortable in neither. While riding a stagecoach, he is subject to the racial bias of banker Fredric March and March's snooty wife Barbara Rush. In truth, March is an embezzler, a fact that comes out when the coach is held up by murderous bandit-chief Richard Boone. When the passengers fight back, Boone takes Rush as a hostage. Newman proves himself the bravest of the passengers, systematically and intelligently outwitting the bandits one by one, invoking Leonard's brilliant "white flag" scenario from the novel in the process. Along with "The Tall T," one of two superb Westerns adapted from an Elmore Leonard source, and one of Paul Newman's finest performances. Yellow studio wrappers, with "Revised Screenplay," the film's title and the Fox logo stamped on the front wrapper, and dated June 29, 1965. Title and date also stamped along the spine. Project No. 76 stamped at the top left corner of the front wrapper. Title page present, dated June 29, 1965, noted as Revised Screenplay, with credits for screenwriters Ravetch and Frank. 134 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 131. Mimeograph on eye-rest green stock. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus with lightly yapped edges, bound with three gold brads. Housed in a custom cloth clamshell box. Hardy, The Overlook Film Encyclopedia: The Western, p. 304. Hitt, pp. 233-234, 329.

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        With assistance of Stephen Shore, Paul Morrissey, Ondine, Nico. Mit zahlreichen Photos von Nat Finkelstein. Komplett - mit allen Beilagen.

      New York, Random House, 1967,. - 36 nn S., OHalb-Leinen mit Hologramm-Vorderdeckel in schwarz und silber; Innen durchgehend mit Abbildungen, die Seiten teilweise doppelblattgroß oder gefaltet. Insgesamt zehn Beilagen wurden ins Buch montiert. Castle Pop-up; red accodian; Bi-plane Pop-up; Chelsea Girls paper wheel; Sphere mobile (mit Gummiband); Record (Lou Reed); Double image rainbow nose; Tomato Can Pop-up; Andy Warhol tear-offs (8 Abschnitte) und der Balloon. Papiergesänge S. 43. Das Sphere mobile liegt lose bei, der Luftballon wie fast immer zwischen den Seiten verklebt. Das Vordergelenk ist gebrochen und in der Innenfalz eingerissen, auf dem Vorderdeckel ein Brandfleck. Der Einband insgesamt etwas verschmutzt. Komplettes Exemplar dieses bedeutenden Pop-Art Buches. Complete book with all gimmicks. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE BIRDS HEAD HAGGADA of the Bezalel National Art Museum in Jerusalem. [VOGELKOPF - HAGGADAH] 2 volumes (COMPLETE SET)

      Tarshis Books 1965-1967, Jerusalem, Israel - Volume 1: INTRODUCTORY VOLUME by E. D. Goldschmidt, H. L. C. Jaffe, B. Narkiss. Volume 2: FACSIMILE VOLUME of the original manuscript haggadah on permanent display at the Israel Museum. PRINTED IN ONLY 600 NUMBERED COPIES. Original half vellum in original slipcases. 94 Seiten 36 Miniaturen, davon 1 ganzseitig. Entstehung: im frühen 14. Jahrhundert in Süddeutschland. Faksimile + Kommentar. Halbpergamenteinband in Schuber. Limitierte Auflage 600 Exemplare. Außergewöhnliche Handschrift in der die Gesichter wegen des Abbildungsverbotes durch Vogelköpfe ersetzt werden. 2 Bände (KOMPLETTES SET). Band 1: Einführungsband (in englisch). Band 2: FAKSIMILE der hebräischen Handschrift. 4to. Orig. Halb-Pergament in Originalkassette. Wie neu. der wohl ältesten illuminierten Handschrift-Haggada (ca. 1320 ) des deutschen Judentums. The book is in such excellent condition that it can be mistaken for being brand new. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meir Turner]
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