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        Atmospheric Environment. An International Journal.

      Oxford, University Press (später Amsterdam, Elsevier), 1967-2003.. Bände 1 - 37 ohne 36 in 78 Bänden. 8°. Blaue Halbleinen- und Leineneinbände.. ISSN: 1352-2310. Titel gestempelt, ansonsten sauberes Exemplar in festen Einbänden. Bände 24-27 sind ,aufgeteilt in Serie A und B erschienen, welche hier beide vorhanden sind.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Trageser]
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        Small, fantastic Archive of signed and inscribed books, audio-files of Desmond O'Grady reading (on CD) and an original, locally produced film portrait (on a small, limited numbers on DVD's only) and an inscribed 5-page essay by Desmond O'Grady on "Beckett in Paris" as well as an original photograph by John Minihan, showing Desmond O'Grady at his future graveside in Kinsale, stating to John Minihan "John, i will be here forever". Wonderful and rare association archive from the library of irish Beckett-photographer John Minihan and irish poet Adam Wyeth. [Includes the signed and inscribed copies of 1.The Road Taken (Poems 1956 - 1996) / 2. Hellas (1971) / 3. The Dark Edge of Europe - Poems (1967) / 4. His Scaldcrane's Nest (1979) / 5. The Headgear of the Tribe: Selected Poems (1979) / 6. Beckett in Paris (inscribed Essay-Offprint from the Journal of Beckett Studies (1993) / 7. The Wandering Celt - Audio - Spoken Word Reading (CD) / 8. Film "A Life in a Day of Desmond O'Grady" by Adam Wyeth / 9. Original photograph of O'Grady by John Minihan.

      Kinsale, 1967-2002.. 8°. 487, 98, 14, 85, 51, 5 pages. / The photograph of O'Grady mounted and signed by John Minihan verso. Original Hardcover / Softcover editions with original dustjackets (if asked for). Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. The CD covers broken and scratched. The photograph in excellent condition.. Seamus Heaney said about Desmond O'Grady: "Desmond O'Grady is one of the senior figures in Irish Literary life, exemplary in the way he has committed himself over the decades to the vocation of poetry and has lived selflessly for the art."

      [Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop Ltd.]
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        LOS TOROS . Tratado técnico e histórico. ( 12 Vol.) . Tomo XI Apéndice 1978-1988 . Tomo XII Apéndice 1988-1997 .

      Editorial ESPASA-CALPE 1967-1997 - Madrid 1967-1997 . Encuad : cartoné media piel . 20 x 28cms. 1000pag. cada vol. ( aprox ) . Profusamente ilustrada en negro y color con fotograbados, reproducciones y facsímiles dentro y fuera de texto, hierros de las ganaderías de España, Latinoamérica y Portugal. Libros en buen estado con pequeñas señales de uso salvo : Vol VI con una muy pequeña rotura en corte superior hoja guarda. Vol VII 4 hojas con una muy pequeña doblez en cantonera inferior. Vol XI con pequeños roces en lomo. Vol XII con hoja nº 31 ligeramente arrugada . ( Atención a los gastos de envío por pesos elevados )

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        America?s first man in space humorously comments on his physical trainer?s promotion to Master Sergeant

      Houston, Texas, August 18, 1967. 8? x 10.5?. "Autograph Note Signed ?Al Shepard? on Typed Memo Signed ?K.L. Byerly? as Captain, USAF Commander, one page, 8? x 10.5?. Department of the Air Force, Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas, August 18, 1967. To CB/MSgt. Joe D. Garino, Jr. In part, ?The attached DAF, Hq., 1100th Air Base Wing, Special Order AA-1955, 1 September 1967, announcing your promotion to Master Sergeant, is forwarded for your personal file.? Special Order not present. Shepard has penned in the lower blank portion: ?Joe - / Sorry, this won?t impress / your hand ball opponents ?" congrats! / Al Shepard.? Fine condition. From the collection of Master Sgt Joe D. Garino, Jr., the astronauts? physical trainer. Accompanied by a letter of provenance signed ?Joe Garino, Jr.?"

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Rahel Varnhagen - The Life of a Jewess. [Inscribed / Signed / Association copy]

      London: Leo Baeck Institute. First Edition. . The cloth-volume a little strangely stained on the spine and around the boards. The dustjacket in very good condition with only few signs of wear but a hint of a coffee-cup circle to front cover. The volume overall very firm and strong and inside in very good+ condition. Inscribed by Hannah Arendt on the front free endpaper to Judaica-Expert and Brandeis Professor Harry Zohn: "For Harry Zohn - Cordially. Cambridge, April 6, 1967 - Hannah Arendt". Nice association copy - Arendt and Zohn worked together on numerous occasions - so for example on Walter Benjamin's translation of "Illuminationen".. First Edition. London, Leo Baeck Institute, 1957. 8°. XIV, 222 pages. Hardcover / Original cloth with dustjacket in protective Mylar. The cloth-volume a little strangely stained on the spine and around the boards. The dustjacket in very good condition with only few signs of wear but a hint of a coffee-cup circle to front cover. The volume overall very firm and strong and inside in very good+ condition. Inscribed by Hannah Arendt on the front free endpaper to Judaica-Expert and Brandeis Professor Harry Zohn: "For Harry Zohn - Cordially. Cambridge, April 6, 1967 - Hannah Arendt". Nice association copy - Arendt and Zohn worked together on numerous occasions - so for example on Walter Benjamin's translation of "Illuminationen". [Publication of the Leo Baeck Institute of Jews from Germany].

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        Voyage en Islande et Au Groenland Tome Premier [Volume I], Tome Deuxieme [Volume 2]; & Atlas: Zoologique, Medical et Geographique [3 volumes in 1]

      Published by Bokautgafan Asor, Reykjavik 1967 - , 3 volumes in 1, each with own title page, 141 plates in first 2 volumes, plus 11 plates in Atlas vol, with presentation leaf bound in at the front which has a hand-written message from in Icelandic from Alfred Blackmore & Co Ltd celebrating the 50th year of On 10th october 1968, text at the rear in Icelandic by Haraldur Sigurdsson Limited Edition of 300 Copies, this Being No. 79 , a few small light marks to covers, binding clean and tight, internally nice and clean, the book is in very good condition, slipcase has some light scratches and marks , half brown morocco with pictorial cream sides, gilt titles and raised bands at spine, in brown faux leather slipcase Folio, 53 x 35 cm Hardback ISBN:

      [Bookseller: Keoghs Books]
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        Nietzsche Werke - Kritische Gesamtausgabe (VARIOUS)

      Berlin / New York: De Gruyter First Edition. Ask about price per vol. Nietsche Werke Kritische Gesamtausgabe, De Gruyter 1967-1991, sehr guter Erhaltungszustand, nur Die Titelschnitte sind leicht angestaubt, sonst keine Mängel, weitherin liegt ein kleiner Schriftwechsel zwischen Malcom Pasley und Mr. Sinclair-Wilson über die Möglichkeit einer Übersetzung des Werkes ins Englische bei, bitte Vorher wegen der Versandkosten Anfragen, please ask for delivery Band II1: Philologische Schriften(1867-1873), VIII, 379 S., 1982 Band III1: Die Geburt der Tragödie, Unzeitgemäße Betrachtungen I-III (1872-1873), IV, 427S. 1972 Band III2: Nachgelassene Schriften (1870-1873), VIII, 394 S. 1972 Band III3: Nachgelassene Fragmente (1869-1872), IV, 447 S. 1972 Band III4: Nachgelassene Fragmente (1872-1873) IV, 464 S. 1978 Band IV1: Richard Wagner in Bayreuth, Nachgelassene Fragmente (1875-1876), 366 S. 1967 Band IV2: Menschliches, Allzumenschliches I, Nachgelassene Fragmente (1876-Winter 1878), 366 S. 1967 Band IV3: Menschliches, Allzumenschliches I, Nachgelassene Fragmente (Frühling 1878 bis November 1879), 482 S.1967 Band IV4: Nachbericht zur vierten Abteilung. Mit 17 Faksimiles om Tasche, 615 S. 1969 Band V1: Morgenröthe. Nachgelassene Fragmente (Anfang 1880 bis Frühjahr 1881), 772 S. 1971 Band V2: Idyllen aus Messina. Die fröhliche Wissenschaft. NAchgelassene Fragmente (Frühjahr 1881 bis Sommer 1882), 587 S. 1973 Band VI1: Also sprach Zarathustra, 412 S. 1968 Band VI2: Jenseits von Gut und Böse. Zur Genalogie der Moral, 430 S. 1968 Band VI3: Der Fall Wagner. Götzen-Dämmerung. Nachgelassene Schriften (August 1888 bis Anfang Januar 1889): Der Antichrist. Ecce homo. Dionysos-Dithramben. Niezsche contra Wagner, 449 S. 1969 Band VI4: Nachbericht zum ersten Band der sechsten Auflage: Also Sprach Zarathustra, 987 S. 1991 Band VII1: Nachgelassene Fragmente (Juli 1882 bis Winter 1883/84), 743 S. 1977 Band VII2: Nachgelassene Fragmente (Frühjahr bis Herbst 1884), 322 S. 1973 Band VII3: Nachgelassene Fragmente (Herbst 1884 bis Herbst 1885), 772 S. 1974 Band VII4/1: Nachbericht zur siebenten Abteilung, 379 S. 1984 Band VII4/2: Nachbericht zur siebenten Abteilung, 708 S. + Faksimiles, 1986 Band VIII1: Nachgelassene Fragmente (Herbst 1885 bis Herbst 1887), 367 S. 1974 Band VIII2: Nachgelassene Fragmente (Herbst 1887 bis März 1888), 472 S. 1973 Band VIII3: Nachgelassene Fragmente (Anfang 1888 bis Anfang Januar 1889), 482 S. 1972. First Edition. hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Used.

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        Le plat pays.Textes inédits de La Varende. Edition originale préfacée par monseigneur Henri Dupont, èvêque de Dorylée et de Lille. 25 Gouaches de la main de J. P. Rémon, évoquent Boulogne, Bruxelles, Amsterdam, Bruges où vécut Mozart.

      Pierre et André Gonin, Lausanne, 1967 - 156pages, en feuilles. Couverture rempliée. Sous emboitage de l?éditeur. Déchirure de 9cm sur la couverture supérieure.Exemplaire sur grand vélin d?Arches numéroté n.° XXI / XXXI. Bel exemplaire.

      [Bookseller: Bouquinerie du Varis]
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        Small, fantastic Archive of signed and inscribed books, audio-files of Desmond O'Grady reading (on CD) and an original, locally produced film portrait (on a small, limited numbers on DVD's only) and an inscribed 5-page essay by Desmond O'Grady on "Beckett in Paris" as well as an original photograph by John Minihan, showing Desmond O'Grady at his future graveside in Kinsale, stating to John Minihan "John, i will be here forever". Wonderful and rare association archive from the library of irish Beckett-photographer John Minihan and irish poet Adam Wyeth. [Includes the signed and inscribed copies of 1.The Road Taken (Poems 1956 - 1996) / 2. Hellas (1971) / 3. The Dark Edge of Europe - Poems (1967) / 4. His Scaldcrane's Nest (1979) / 5. The Headgear of the Tribe: Selected Poems (1979) / 6. Beckett in Paris (inscribed Essay-Offprint from the Journal of Beckett Studies (1993) / 7. The Wandering Celt - Audio - Spoken Word Reading (CD) / 8. Film "A Life in a Day of Desmond O'Grady" by Adam Wyeth / 9. Original photograph of O'Grady by John Minihan.

      Kinsale, 1967-2002. 8°. 487, 98, 14, 85, 51, 5 pages. / The photograph of O'Grady mounted and signed by John Minihan verso. Original Hardcover / Softcover editions with original dustjackets (if asked for). Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. The CD covers broken and scratched. The photograph in excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop ]
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        Persian Gulf Pilot. N.P. No. 63. Comprising the Persian Gulf and it s Approaches from Ra's al Hadd, in the South-west to Ras Muari in the East.

      London: published by the Hydrographer of the Navy, 1967 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, title in yellow to spine and to the upper board. Spine very slightly sunned, light wear at the extremities, a very good copy indeed. Folding general map frontispiece and 13 other full-page maps, 21 plates of coastal profiles. First published 1870, this eleventh edition following the tenth of 1955. All editions of these highly-detailed navigational handbooks to the Gulf tend to be uncommon. Beyond the specifically maritime aspects these handbooks did provide some basic background on local conditions, climate, items of trade, and so forth. An interesting record of a time at which "extensive new building development" was beginning to "change the appearance of some of the towns, notably Abu Zabi and Dubayy". "The picturesque town of Muscat, is protected on its eastern and part of its southern side, ands the western side by precipitous hills, the remainder of the southern side, and the western side is protected by a wall. Outside the wall, and between it and the rugged hills encircling the town, every available space is occupied by may huts"; "The coast between Dubayy and Abu Zabi is except for a small village, at which there are some date trees, situated about 4 miles south-westward of Dubayy, quite barren, uninhabited ": "The town of Abu Zabi extends for about 2 miles, and consists, in the main part, of concrete buildings with a number of huts at the south-west end". Macro 290 for the 1924 7th edition.

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        Lost World Revisited

      New York: Award Books,, 1967. Octavo. Original illustrated printed wraps, page edges blue. Mild creasing along spine edge,toning to covers, faint stain to fore edge which extend slghtly onto pages, pages toned. A very good copy. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by the author on the verso of the front free endpaper, "For Sam Hessel. with best wishes -Dr Seuss." An uncommon title to be found inscribed. Collection of cartoons Seuss original did for Liberty Magazine in the 1930's.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        New American Review (issues 1-15) / American Review: The Magazine of New Writing (issues 16-26) [complete set, plus extra volumes]

      New American Library / Simon and Schuster / Bantam Books 1967-1977, New York - [graded Near Fine as a set; all books are tight and unread, and about as nice a group as one could hope to assemble despite a few minor depredations (occasional light wear, some age-toning to the page edges of a few volumes); all were acquired directly from a long-time editorial staff member of the publication, who had kept them untouched in storage since the time of their original issue]. "Was New American Review the Best Literary Magazine Ever?" This was the question posed (and the case persuasively argued) in a 2008 Slate article by Gerald Howard. Offered here is an opportunity to investigate and draw your own conclusions: this is a full set (26 volumes) of the original publication, plus two additional volumes. (See below.) Founded in 1967, New American Review passed through three publishers in its ten-year history. The first ten issues (under the New American Library imprint) were issued in pictorial hardcovers as well as mass-market paperback format, and are present here in the hardcover issues; in addition, issue #1 appeared as a full-size trade hardcover, with dust jacket, which is the first of the two extra volumes included in this set. The five issues (#11-#15) put out by Simon and Schuster in 1971 and 1972 were small-format trade softcovers (about half an inch taller than standard mass-market paperbacks), and the remainder of the run, issued by Bantam, were standard mass-market paperbacks. (The second "bonus" volume included here is "Many Windows: 22 Stories from American Review," a Harper Colophon trade paperback published in 1982.) This set was acquired directly from a long-time editorial staff member of NAR, who had kept them untouched in storage since the time of their original publication. The overall grade of the set is Near Fine; all volumes are tight and appear unread, and despite a few minor depredations (occasional light wear, some age-toning to the page edges of a few volumes) constitute about as nice a collection of this landmark publication as one could hope to assemble. NOISBN [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        3 typed manuscripts signed Gerard Malanga

      - 3 poems on 5. 8 1/2 x11 sheets one side each of the poems signed by Gerard Malanga in ink.Dated 1967, 1973 and 1972The three poems are entitled: The Day I Didn't Stop for Allen Ginsberg(32 lines) paperclip rust mark;In Search of America for Allen Ginsberg (12 lines); The Delhi-MadrasExpress Illusion Is Reality for Allen Ginsberg (79 lines) 3 pagesstapled.All in very good condition. Other photos available. Poetry. Signed. Rare books make Fine Gifts. Quality, Value, Experience.

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        Poesías Completas Edición del Centenario (1867-1967).

      1967. Editorial Aguilar. 1967 - Artes Gráficas Grijelmo. Bilbao. . 2 Vol. . Vol.I: LXXIX+622 pp.+8 láminas. Vol.II: 687 pp. (623 a 1309)+5 láminas. Cuarto. Plena Piel. Literatura Hispánica (Latinoamericana, Poesía) . Magnífica y muy apreciada edición de la obra poética del genio nicaragüense, sacada a la luz con motivo del centenario de su nacimiento. Para la ocasión, la editorial Aguilar cambia el formato habitual de sus ediciones, sustituyendo el papel biblia por otro de mayor cuerpo y calidad, reemplazando la encuadernación habitual por otra en plena piel verde con estampaciones doradas en cubiertas y lomera, guardas en moaré verde y cortes dorados, todo ello contenido en un estuche protector en cartoné con aristas rematadas en piel.

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Astarloa]
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        The Master and Margarita

      Collins & Harvill Press, 1967, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, 1st Editionthe jacket is shelf worn and there is a small chip of less than a cm2 out of the top left of the front panel. there is also a closed tear in the front flap of the jacket, and a closed tear at the top of the spine apart from this the jacket is bright and attractive and presents well in cellophane.the jacket is not price clipped. the book could be called near fine. there are no inscriptions and the binding is excellent. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 83ge.

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        La femme rompue. Monologue. L'âge de discrétion.

      - Paris, Gallimard, 1967 (Lagny sur Marne, Emanuel Grevin et fils, décembre 1967). In-8, broché, couverture rempliée, 251 p., témoins conservés, non coupé. Edition originale tirée à 175 exemplaires, un des 135 exemplaires sur vélin pur fil. Recueil de trois nouvelles: ‘La Femme rompue’, ‘L'Âge de discrétion’ et ‘Monologue’. "Ce recueil de nouvelles était un retour à la fiction pour de Beauvoir après une longue période dans laquelle elle n’a publié que des écrits autobiographiques. La publication de ‘La femme rompue’ représente aussi la fin de l’écriture de fiction pour de Beauvoir. La réception fut décevante pour l’auteure: elle a considéré que son oeuvre était incomprise: les lecteurs féminins ont trop sympathisé avec des personnages" (Dow, 2005) (Francis & Gontier, 'Les écrits de Simone de Beauvoir', p. 232). Parfait exemplaire, entièrement non coupé, à l'état de neuf. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Derriére le Miroir 164/165. L'Oiseau Solaire, L'Oiseau Lunaire, Etincelles

      Maeght, Paris 1967 - SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION, number 14 of only 150 copies signed by Miró. An outstanding production, complete with eight original color lithographs by Miró: five single-page (including the front and back covers), two double-page, and a magnificent triple page fold-out. Printed on Velin de Rives. The limited edition is of vastly superior quality than the corresponding trade issue of Derriére le Miroir. Paris: Maeght, 1967. Folio, lithographed wrappers; original board chemise and slipcase. A few light smudges to box. A fine, beautiful copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Manhattan Rare Book Company, ABAA, ILAB]
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        IL PRINCIPE Al Magnifico Lorenzo di Piero de' Medici (1513).

      Verona, Officina Bodoni, 1967. In-4 p., astuccio con cuffia in pelle, legatura edit. in zigrino marrone, tagli sup. dorati, pp. 126, titolo del frontespizio e iniziali in caratteri filettati derivati dal Pacioli, stampati in azzurro. Trattato politico nell'edizione critica di Federico Chabod. Cfr. Cat. Mardersteig,148. Edizione composta in carattere Bembo, stampata nel torchio a mano dell?'Officina Bodoni, su carta a tino Magnani, per Enrico Augeri, Milano. Tiratura di 160 esempl. numerati. Il ns., 39, è in ottimo stato.

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        Carte Segrete. Anni 1967-1970, Anno I - II - III - IV

      Roma , SERAFINI (POI, CARTE SEGRETE), 1967 - Le prime quattro annate complete. Scritti e poesie di Rafael Alberti, André Breton, Julio Cortazar, Angelo Maria Ripellino, Umberto Saba, Giovanni Comisso, Samuel Beckett, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Fernando Arrabal, Mark Twain, Joao Guimaraes Rosa e moltissimi altri. Numerose illustrazioni in nero. 14 fascicoli. 8vo. pp. ca. 250/fasc. . Ottimo (Fine). . . . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Libro Illeggibile N.Y. 1.

      New York, The Museum of Modern Art, 1967.. 22x22 cm. 19 n.n. Bl., gedruckt auf verschiedenen Papier, mit ausgestanzten Blättern und einem roten Faden durch die ausgestanzten Blätter. Schwarze OBr. mit rotem OU.. No. 1731 von 2000 numerierten Exemplaren. - Schutzumschlag mit Klappentext in Italienisch und Englisch: "This is a unique book designed by Bruni Munari especially for The Museum of Moder Art. It is one of a group of book in which a visual discourse, rather than a text composed of words, carries the thread of the story. The "unreadable" book was first conceived by Munari in 1949, and exhibited the same year at the Salto Bookship in Milan. A small number of copies were handmade by the author. A Presentation Edition of 2000 copies of one unreadable book, with red-and-white cut pages, edited by Peter Brattinga for the Quadrat Blätter series, was published in 1953 by Steendrukkerij de Jong & Company. In 1955 several unreadable books were shown along with other works by Munari in the exhibition "Two Graphic Designers" at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In 1957 they were awarded a Gold Medal at the Triennale di Milano. Nine volumes are now in the Design Collection of Modern Art."

      [Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat Leonidas Sakellaridi]
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        The Ticket that Exploded

      New York: Grove Press, 1967. First American edition, revised and expanded from the Olympia Press edition. 1 vols. 8vo. Original orange cloth. Fine in near fine, unclipped dust jacket with very slight soiling visible on white upper panel. Review copy, with slip laid in. Inscribed on the title page: "for Bob Wilson | William S. Burroughs". Maynard and Miles A6b

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        CIEN AÑOS DE SOLEDAD (ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE)

      Buenos Aires: Editorial Sudamericana, 1967. First Edition in Spanish. Octavo; illustrated wrappers; 351pp, [1]. Minor wear along the edge of the front joint, with minute paper loss to corners on both ends. A bit of the usual toning and creasing to the spine panel, diagonal crease on the lower left corner of the rear wrapper, with a small, faint dampstain at the base of the rear joint. Spine leans just a few degrees, with '29' written faintly at mid-spine, and a very faint circular stain at the center of the front panel (largely obscured by the cover art). Previous owner's name on the half-title page, and even with the stated flaws, still an exemplary copy of a fragile, cheaply made volume; Very Good+. The Nobel Prize winner's masterpiece, a highspot of Latin American literature, and likely the most widely-read Spanish language novel aside from 'Don Quixote.' The book had a first printing of 8,000 copies, which first appeared in Buenos Aires bookstores on June 6th, 1967; it took exactly two weeks for them to be sold out. Three more printings were done in 1967 (June, September, and December), each of them approximately 20,000 copies. The first printing is the only state of the book with the cover art featuring the ship and three yellow flowers, a design García Márquez reportedly hated; an alternate design created by a friend graced the cover of later printings. The present edition was published three years prior to the American edition, and quite rare in comparison; relatively few copies have found their way into the trade outside of the continent, and those that have are typically very badly worn. Klein A5.a1.

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        Poontang and Other Poems

      Crescent City, Florida: New Athenaeum Press, 1967. Printed green stapled wraps. Near Fine. Tiny stain to front cover, light edge wear. One of 500 copies privately printed by the author.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Picinni. 13 serigrafie originali

      Macerata: Foglio Og, 1967. Edizione originale di 50 + 30 es. numerati. ril mezza tela, sovrac (half-cloth binding, DJ). Ottimo (Fine). 4to. 13 serigrafie originali di cui 4 a colori di Gennaro Picinni, numerate e firmate dall'Artista (cm 31,5x34). Testo di Goffredo Binni Sovracoperta stampata in serigrafia. Edizione originale di 50 + 30 es. numerati con tutte le serigrafie firmate

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini]
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        Atlas Shrugged

      New York: Random House, 1967. Signed 10th Anniversary Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. New York: Random House, 1967. Signed, limited tenth anniversary edition. One of 2,000 copies signed by Ayn Rand as per limitation page. In Very Good condition, in a Very Good Minus slip case. Cloth shows rubbing and wear at the corners; rubbing to stamping on spine. Hinge at title page slightly exposed. The slip case shows toning, surface wear and chipping at the extremities, with a rear joint exposed. A very handsome copy, signed by Ayn Rand; One of 2,000 copies.

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        A Hall of Mirrors

      Houghton Mifflin, Boston 1967 - His first book, a novel of drifters in New Orleans in the early Sixties caught up in the web of a quasi-religious political machine. Winner of the William Faulkner Award for best first novel of the year as well as a Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship Award. Inscribed by the author. Near fine in a very good, lightly foxed dust jacket with a creased tear to the lower rear panel. Basis for the film WUSA (the call letters of the right-wing radio station that figures prominently in the book), starring Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward and Anthony Perkins. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA (Lopezbooks)]
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        The Ticket that Exploded

      New York, Grove Press, Inc. 1967, 1967. Classic beat novel. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Publisher's orange cloth boards and original pictorial dust-jacket. A fine copy, slight shelfwear. Signed by Burroughs to title page. A prophetic vision of a world in which technology has gone haywire, 'The Ticket that Exploded' is the middle book in the Nova Trilogy beginning with 'The Soft Machine' and ending with 'Nova Express'.

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        Z

      First edition of the French translation, one of the 26 copys numbered on pure vellum wire only leading copies. Bound in red half shagreen with corners, back with five nerves, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats rougte of paper, wrappers and back preserved and bound in, gilded head. Beautiful copy. Gallimard Paris 1967 14,5x22cm relié

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        IL PRINCIPE. Al Magnifico Lorenzo di Piero de' Medici (1513).

      Officina Bodoni 1967 In - 4 p., astuccio con cuffia in pelle, legatura edit. in zigrino marrone, tagli sup. dorati, pp. 126, titolo del frontespizio e iniziali in caratteri filettati derivati dal Pacioli, stampati in azzurro. Trattato politico nell'edizione critica di Federico Chabod. Cfr. Cat. Mardersteig,148. Edizione composta in carattere Bembo, stampata nel torchio a mano dell?Officina Bodoni, su carta a tino Magnani, per Enrico Augeri, Milano. Tiratura di 160 esempl. numerati. Il ns., 39, è in ottimo stato.

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        Persian Gulf Pilot. N.P. No. 63

      London: published by the Hydrographer of the Navy,, 1967. Comprising the Persian Gulf and it s Approaches from Ra's al Hadd, in the South-west to Ras Muari in the East. Octavo. Original blue cloth, title in yellow to spine and to the upper board. Folding general map frontispiece and 13 other full-page maps, 21 plates of coastal profiles. Spine very slightly sunned, light wear at the extremities, a very good copy indeed. First published 1870, this eleventh edition following the tenth of 1955. All editions of these highly-detailed navigational handbooks to the Gulf tend to be uncommon. Beyond the specifically maritime aspects these handbooks did provide some basic background on local conditions, climate, items of trade, and so forth. An interesting record of a time at which "extensive new building development" was beginning to "change the appearance of some of the towns, notably Abu Zabi and Dubayy". "The picturesque town of Muscat, is protected on its eastern and part of its southern side, ands the western side by precipitous hills, the remainder of the southern side, and the western side is protected by a wall. Outside the wall, and between it and the rugged hills encircling the town, every available space is occupied by may huts"; "The coast between Dubayy and Abu Zabi … is except for a small village, at which there are some date trees, situated about 4 miles south-westward of Dubayy, quite barren, uninhabited …": "The town of Abu Zabi … extends for about 2 miles, and consists, in the main part, of concrete buildings with a number of huts at the south-west end".

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        May We Borrow Your Husband. And other Comedies of Sexual Life

      The Bodley Head, London, 1967., 1967. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION, this being no. 430 of 500 copies specially printed and bound, signed by Graham Greene. 8vo., pp. 188. Publisher's cloth-backed paper covered boards, titled in gilt to spine. A fine copy in the original clear poly-wrapper and original glassine!. One of Graham Greene's most popular titles; affairs, obsessions, grand passions and tiny ardours are illuminated in this collection of 12 wryly humorous tales of love. Whether depicting the innocence and corruption of a honeymoon couple or the frustration of missed sexual opportunities, the stories expose a range of human frailties. R.A Wobbe; Graham Greene-A Bibliography & Guide to Research [A50a]

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        Abbey Theatre Window Card for:] BORSTAL BOY.

      [Dublin]: Abbey Theatre, 1967. - Folio (23 x 18") stiff board window card, laid down on art board, printed on recto only. Some visible old creases and closed tears remedied by the mounting, otherwise very good and bright. An original window card for the premiere run at the Abbey Theatre of Frank McMahon's adaptation to the stage of Brendan Behan's 1958 autobiographical novel. The design incorporates gray-scale portraits of Behan and a collage of newspaper clippings, with a starkly modernist inset in bright colors, featuring an abstract rendition of a head in profile filled with abstract details. The poster is signed and dated in the plate a few weeks prior to the production ("13-9- '67"), with the poster artist's signature not completely legible but appearing to be "N. Lane." The production opened on 10 October 1967, with Frank Grimes as the young Behan, and ran for eleven weeks. Upon its wider release, McMahon won a New York Drama Critics' Circle Award and Tony Award in 1970 for his adaptation. A very, very uncommon and visually striking poster.

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        [Abbey Theatre Window Card for:] BORSTAL BOY

      [Dublin]: Abbey Theatre, 1967.. Folio (23 x 18") stiff board window card, laid down on art board, printed on recto only. Some visible old creases and closed tears remedied by the mounting, otherwise very good and bright. An original window card for the premiere run at the Abbey Theatre of Frank McMahon's adaptation to the stage of Brendan Behan's 1958 autobiographical novel. The design incorporates gray-scale portraits of Behan and a collage of newspaper clippings, with a starkly modernist inset in bright colors, featuring an abstract rendition of a head in profile filled with abstract details. The poster is signed and dated in the plate a few weeks prior to the production ("13-9- '67"), with the poster artist's signature not completely legible but appearing to be "N. Lane." The production opened on 10 October 1967, with Frank Grimes as the young Behan, and ran for eleven weeks. Upon its wider release, McMahon won a New York Drama Critics' Circle Award and Tony Award in 1970 for his adaptation. A very, very uncommon and visually striking poster.

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        A Pictographic History of the Oglala Sioux Drawings byAmos Bad Heart Bull Introduction By Mari Sandoz

      Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 1967. First edition, special edition Number 62 of 200 copies signed by Bruce H. Nicoll of the University of Nebraska Press. 32 illustrations in color, 414 black-and-white reproductions of drawings, additional illustrative material. xxii, 537 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Two toned yellow and black cloth. Fine in slipcase.

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        The Groucho Letters: Letters From and To Groucho Marx

      Simon and Schuster, New York 1967 - An important association copy from one master of American humor to another, "To EB the master--reverently/Groucho." Two letters from to E. B. from Groucho and White's replies are printed on pp. 131-133. According to Allene White, daughter-in-law of E.B. and Katharine White, Katharine mistakenly gave this book to the Brooklin (Maine) Library one day while cleaning out piles of books in the house. The book was cataloged and circulated for sixteen years before someone realized its significance and returned it to her husband, Joel. First Printing. 319 pp. 8vo. Light scuffing to dust jacket, sunning to spine has faded the red printed titling, now in mylar cover. Cover boards have shadow marks where tape was removed from original mylar dust jacket. Ex-Library copy with library stamps on first free endpaper, title page, and head of text block. Date Due sheet pasted to first free endpaper at rear with dates stamped from September 1977 through August 1993. Inscribed by Groucho to American writer and humorist, E. B. White. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Izvestiya Mathematics. Erschien bis Band 40/56 unter dem Titel: Mathematics of the USSR.

      London, Turpion, 1967-2010.. Bände 1-39, 40/56-45/58, 59-74 (so vollständige Reihe) in 77 Bänden. Gr.-8°. Graue Bibliotheksleineneinbände.. ISSN: 0025-5726, 1064-5632. Titel rückseitig gestempelt und Buchrücken mit Bibliotheks-Signatur-Schild.

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        BIBLIA SACRA. Vulgatae editionis. Sixti V pont. max. iussu recognita et Clementis VIII auctoritate edita. Imaginibus SALVATORIS DALI' exornata.

      Rizzoli 1967 In folio gr. (mm. 500x300), 5 voll., lussuosa legatura in p. pelle color cuoio, dorso a cordoni con tit. e decoraz. oro, risguardi in raso bianco, tagli sup. dorati, contenuti in 5 belle custodie rivestite di raso bianco (tracce di polvere) con cuffia in cuoio. Ogni volume di ca. 400 pp. L'opera e' illustrata da 105 tavv. a colori, appositamente eseguite da Salvador Dali', riprodotte su speciale cartoncino a mano con riparo in carta giapponese (stampata in serigrafia e recante la relativa didascalia). Edizione di "lusso" in tiratura di 1499 esemplari numerati, su carta di straccio, vergata, con filigrana (firma di Dali' inserita in un tondo). Il ns., n. 1339, è in ottimo stato.

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        The Thanksgiving Visitor

      Random House, 1967. Hardcover. Near Fine. Random House, New York 1967. Fourth Printing of the First Edition. Cloth boards with slipcase. Rare Signed copy of the Trade Edition. Signed by Truman Capote at the second blank page. The Signature is Guaranteed Authentic. Comes with a COA. Book Condition: Near Fine, clean boards and pages, tight spine. Shelf wear, light spots, owner inscription under author's signature. The slipcase has shelf wear and light spots at the edges.

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        New American Review (issues 1-15) / American Review: The Magazine of New Writing (issues 16-26) [complete set, plus extra volumes]

      New York: New American Library / Simon and Schuster / Bantam Books. Near Fine. 1967-1977. 1st printings (except as noted). Hardcover. NOISBN . [graded Near Fine as a set; all books are tight and unread, and about as nice a group as one could hope to assemble despite a few minor depredations (occasional light wear, some age-toning to the page edges of a few volumes); all were acquired directly from a long-time editorial staff member of the publication, who had kept them untouched in storage since the time of their original issue]. "Was New American Review the Best Literary Magazine Ever?" This was the question posed (and the case persuasively argued) in a 2008 Slate article by Gerald Howard. Offered here is an opportunity to investigate and draw your own conclusions: this is a full set (26 volumes) of the original publication, plus two additional volumes. (See below.) Founded in 1967, New American Review passed through three publishers in its ten-year history. The first ten issues (under the New American Library imprint) were issued in pictorial hardcovers as well as mass-market paperback format, and are present here in the hardcover issues; in addition, issue #1 appeared as a full-size trade hardcover, with dust jacket, which is the first of the two extra volumes included in this set. The five issues (#11-#15) put out by Simon and Schuster in 1971 and 1972 were small-format trade softcovers (about half an inch taller than standard mass-market paperbacks), and the remainder of the run, issued by Bantam, were standard mass-market paperbacks. (The second "bonus" volume included here is "Many Windows: 22 Stories from American Review," a Harper Colophon trade paperback published in 1982.) This set was acquired directly from a long-time editorial staff member of NAR, who had kept them untouched in storage since the time of their original publication. The overall grade of the set is Near Fine; all volumes are tight and appear unread, and despite a few minor depredations (occasional light wear, some age-toning to the page edges of a few volumes) constitute about as nice a collection of this landmark publication as one could hope to assemble. .

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        Marilyn Monroe

      New York: Factory Additions, , 1967. Screenprint on heavy wove paper: Sheet size: 91.4 × 91.4 cm. Two light creases to centre, tape residue to edges of verso otherwise a bright, untrimmed copy. Presented in an acrylic box frame Edition of 250. Initialled and dated in pencil by Warhol on the verso lower left. Number stamped in black. Printed by Aetna Silkscreen Products, Inc., New York. This image is taken from a publicity photograph by Gene Kornman for the 1953 film Niagara. One of 10 prints from the iconic Marilyn Monroe portfolio.

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        Courir les rues

      First edition, one of the copies of the press sevice.Precious autograph signed by the author Marguerite Duras.Nice copy. Gallimard Paris 1967 12x19cm broché

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        Light Fountain

      The Divine Life Society, 1967, Soft cover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, 2nd Edition, Signed by Author(s)softcover with jacket. inscribed thus : 'Sri V.S. Pathar May God Bless You!Regards, pres.? you In the Lord. Swami Chidananda. 24.3.1968.' the jacket has a few small tears. no other inscriptions and the binding is excellent. Quantity Available: 1. Signed by Author(s). Inventory No: wl35.

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        Lecons des Iles

      Institut Saint-Luc de Tournai & Alo. del. a Deerlijk 1967 - limited to 2000 copies; oblong quarto, approx. 225 pp., copiously illustrated, in illustrated stiff paper portfolio; stain to the portfolio, else very good. Photos available upon request.

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