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        The Circle Game

      Toronto: House of Anansi, 1967. 2nd Edition. Hard Cover. Fine. Book is 8-3/4 x 8 inches. Slip case 9-1/4 x 6-1/4 inches. Silk screened white decorated & lettered black cloth in black cloth slipcase. 1 of 100 Hardcover copies, this being 66/100 and signed. Second printing Sept. 1967.Both the book and slipcase are in fine condition. While she is best known for her work as a novelist, she has also published fifteen books of poetry. The appearance of Margaret Atwood's first major collection of poetry. Many of the poems in The Circle Game are among Atwood's best-loved work.The book was a highly acclaimed work of poetry, the cover of which the then 27 year old Atwood designed herself, and was the winner of the 1966 Governor General's Award.

      [Bookseller: Lord Durham Rare Books (IOBA)]
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        Andy Warhol's Index (Book)

      NY: Random House, 1967. Hardcover. Very Good. Light rubbing to the rear panel, otherwise a very good copy of the uncommon hardcover issue with the lenticular cover.The previous owner opened the two pages sealed at the bottom a bit roughly causing a small piece to remain adhered to the sticker, but other than this and a small red "H" on front free endpaper, this is a nice copy internally with tight signatures and all accouterments present and in fine condition with the usualexception of the balloon which has fused two pages together. Nice copy. Roth 101. Parr & Badger, pp. 144-145.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        [Flyer]: REJOICE. All Charges Have Been Dropped Against Hippies in the Memorial Day Bust LOVE

      New York: Communication Company/NY. June 30, 1967. Flyer printed on pink paper. Approximately 8.5" x 11". Old, light folds, else fine. The flyer quotes at length from Judge Herman Weinkrantz's decision, as well as quotes from Bob Dylan, Jefferson Airplane, the Diggers, and Emmett Grogan, and asks for donations of any films of incidents for the Police Review Board. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        [Hippie Flyer]: The Original Great Springout. A Megalopolitan Peacepipe Pow-Wow. Saturday, April 15, 1967... Sheep Meadow...in community with Spring Mobilization to End the War in Vietnam

      [New York: no publisher]. 1967. Flyer. Approximately 8.5" x 11". Old, light folds, else fine. Illustrated. The flyer continues: "Many Smokes and Spring Seasonings. Lites. Kites. Pipes. Rites. Sights..." Scarce. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Sado Koshaku Fujin [trans.: Madame de Sade]

      Title-page within elaborate pictorial border & decorations on each page. xiii, one leaf, 133, vi pp., one leaf of colophon. Small folio, orig. black calf-backed pictorial boards, upper cover & spine lettered in gilt, glassine wrappers, orig. red velvet box. Tokyo: Chuo Koronsha, 1967. First published in 1965, this limited luxury edition of 380 numbered copies is signed by the author. An historical fiction play based on the life of Renée de Sade, the wife of the notorious Marquis de Sade, details the struggles of Renée, her family, and acquaintances during the Marquis' various periods of incarceration. Very fine copy. .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        De la grammatologie

      Paris: Éditions de Minuit,, 1967. Octavo. Original cream card wrappers printed in black and blue. With the original glassine jacket. Glassine and contents very faintly toned. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author to philosopher, writer and translator Roger Munier, "Pour Roger Munier, en signe de sympathie et de complicité". Munier's many translations include Octavio Paz, Roberto Juarroz and Heidegger, with whom he forged a lasting friendship when he stayed in the Black Forest to perfect his German in 1949. Munier later introduced Heidegger to René Char. His obituary in Le Monde described him as a passionate writer and thinker and a mystic, whose favourite mode of expression was the "fragment". His main influence, apart from Heidegger, was Meister Eckhart. Loosely inserted is a typed copy of a two-page letter Munier sent to Derrida in October 1967 in which he thanks him for having sent him the present copy and tells of the uttermost admiration he felt reading De la grammatologie. In this lengthy letter Munier discusses the influence of Heidegger on neo-positivist thought and describes Derrida as the most original and influential thinker of the time. A year later Derrida and Munier both contributed to L'Endurance de la Pensée, a book of collected writings on Jean Beaufret.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THIS IMMORTAL

      Rupert-Hart Davis, London 1967 - Octavo, boards. Hugo award winner in 1966 in its shorter magazine version ".And Call Me Conrad." Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 4-518. A stunning fine copy in a fine dust jacket, scarce in this kind of condition. The best copy we have ever handled. (12448) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB]
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        The Prologue from The Canterbury Tales. Original screen images printed by Ronald King

      London: Editions Alecto Limited, 1967. First edition. King, Ronald. Portfolio, 52 x 36 cm. Fifteen mask images titled and initialed in pencil (each with the publisher's stamp on verso). Printed silk screen and letter-press in 24 pt Plantin. One of 125 signed copies, with 15 proofs. 15 unbound 4 pp sections in J. Green rag-made paper wraparound in blue cloth folder and canvas slip-case. Case a little faded, bookplate in case. During 1966-1967 King worked for the renowned fine art printers Editions Electo, producing several screen prints, as well as his first illustrations for Chaucer's The Prologue to The Canterbury Tales. Due to a financial crisis, Editions Electo withdrew from the project, King reclaimed the sheets and founded The Circle Press, in order to issue the prints. This is one of a very few in the earliest issue, with the Editions Electo title page.

      [Bookseller: Thomas A Goldwasser Rare Books]
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        Andy Warhol's Index (Book)

      NY: Random House, 1967. Hardcover. Very Good. Light rubbing to the rear panel, otherwise a very good copy of the uncommon hardcover issue with the lenticular cover.The previous owner opened the two pages sealed at the bottom a bit roughly causing a small piece to remain adhered to the sticker, but other than this and a small red "H" on front free endpaper, this is a nice copy internally with tight signatures and all accouterments present and in fine condition with the usualexception of the balloon which has fused two pages together. Nice copy. Roth 101. Parr & Badger, pp. 144-145.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        The Heart's Garden The Garden's Heart

      Cambridge, MA: Pym-Randall Press. (1967). First. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. One of 75 numbered clothbound copies Signed by the author. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        ?Since I could hold a pencil I have always drawn pictures?? ?In 1924 I illustrated A.A. Milne?s ?When we were Very Young? and 2 years later ?Winnie the Pooh? followed by ?Now we are six? and ?The House at Pooh Corner???

      "Rare Autograph Letter Signed, ?Ernest H. Shepard,? 1p, 6.25? x 7?. To Miss Evelyn B. Byrne. New York. Lodsworth, [England], October 26, 1967, with an Autograph Biographical Manuscript (unsigned) of over 150 words at the conclusion of a two page typescript of his previous letter to Miss Byrne. Accompanied by the original airmail envelope (enclosing his letter and annotated typescript) addressed by him to Byrne, postmarked October 27, 1967, handwritten on back flap by Shepard: ?E.H. Shepard / Woodmancote / Lodsworth / Sussex / England.? Slit open at top. Fine condition. In full, ?Many thanks for your letter and for all the information you give me. I am indeed glad to know of the success of your venture and I hope that your new book will meet with great success. By all means reprint my letter. I am particularly pleased to know that schools, parents and teachers showed such interest. I am returning you the typescript of my letter and, as you will see, have added something that may be of interest to you personally. With all good wishes, Yours Sincerely Ernest H. Shepard.? A color photocopy of Shepard?s September 6, 1967, letter to Byrne is present, as is the typescript Miss Byrne sent him where he had told her ?Since I could hold a pencil I have always drawn pictures...? 1.5 pages, 8.5? x 11?, separate sheets. In the blank half of the second page of the typescript, Shepard handwrote the following, in full, ?I started working for ?Punch? when I was 26 and fifteen years later, when I came back from 3 years service as a Gunner in the 1914 war, I was elected to the Punch ?Table? staff. In 1924 I illustrated A.A. Milne?s ?When we were very young? and 2 years later ?Winnie the Pooh? followed by ?Now we are Six? and ?The House at Pooh Corner?. I also illustrated a New edition of Pepy?s Diary titled ?Everybodys Pepys. This was followed by ?Everybodys Boswell.? Then a few years later, I illustrated ?Wind in the Willows? ?" ?Dream Days? and the ?Golden Age? by Kenneth Grahame. I illustrated ?Bevis? the Story of a boy, by Richard Jeffries. Then came Laurence Housman?s Palace Plays ?Victoria Regina,? ?Golden Sovereign? and Gracious Majesty.? Within the last 3 years, I have written & illustrated two books for Children ?Ben & Brock? and ?Betsy & Jo.? Both have been published in the U.S.A. besides in England and several European Countries.} I think this may interest you, though it is outside the scope of your new book.?"

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        [Program]: La Turista

      New York: The American Place Theatre. [1967]. Octavo. [8]pp. Stapled wrappers. Two small bookstore stamps on the rear wrap, else near fine. Program for the first production of the author's first full-length play. Although it won the Obie Award for Best Play, La Turista lasted off-Broadway for less than a month. The program lists the original cast of the play featuring Sam Waterston. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Jazz At The Philharmonic, Original Concert Tour Program, final North American Tour 1967, Signed By Coleman Hawkins, Zoot Sims & Clark Terry

      - Jazz At The Philharmonic, Original Concert Tour Program, final North American Tour 1967. SIGNED in ink at their respective b&w photographs, by saxophone greats Coleman Hawkins and Zoot Sims and trumpet and flugelhorn master, Clark Terry. Letter of provenance laid in from previous owner who acquired the autographs in Montreal, Quebec, one of several Canadian stops on the tour; the Hawk's signature is particularly significant in that the great saxophonist was in failing health at this time, having stopped recording in 1966, and his performances were very curtailed after this tour, until his death in 1969. A handsome large format (14" by 11") concert program, staple bound wraps, original cover art by David Stone Martin, unpaginated (24 pp, plus wraps), lavishly illustrated with b&w photos. Touch of rubbing to front wrap and mild creasing to the corners and spine, rear wrap is lightly soiled with faint pen strike , else very good+, tightly bound, clean and unmarked. The autographs are fine, clean, without loss or fading. Although impresario Norman Granz had officially ended the JATP national tours with his eighteenth in 1957, a decade later he mounted a final farewell tour of North America which featured the Duke Ellington Orchestra with Ella Fitzgerald as vocalist, as well as other jazz luminaries long associated with Granz, including Oscar Peterson and Benny Carter. After the tour Granz was quoted as saying "I'll never do that again", although he did intermittently continue the tradition, reprising JATP at Monterey in 1971, as well as at the Montreux Jazz Festival in the 70's and with final concerts held in Tokyo in 1983, marking the 30th anniversary of the first time JATP had played there. A highly collectible vintage concert program, an historic tour, with the signatures of three jazz luminaries. J1542 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The artist who gave us Winnie the Pooh, Ernest Shepard, in a long ALS, talks about Dickens and R.L. Stevenson, and says, ?Since I could hold a pencil I have always drawn pictures ??

      "Rare Autograph Letter Signed ?Ernest H. Shepard,? 3 pages, 6.25? x 7?, front and verso. To Miss Evelyn B. Byrne. Lodsworth, [England], September 6, 1967. Accompanied by the original airmail envelope hand addressed by Shepard to ?Miss E.B. Byrne Ph.D. / 2192 Morris Avenue / Bronx 53 / New York / U.S.A.? Slit open at top. Fine condition. Miss Byrne then sent a typescript of the letter here offered to Shepard asking permission to reprint it in a book she was writing. A color photocopy of Shepard?s reply to Byrne, dated, October 26, 1967, is present as is a color photocopy of the typescript of this September 6th letter which she had sent him, upon which he wrote a 150+ word autobiography including the fact that he his illustrated A.A. Milne?s ?Winnie the Pooh? in 1924. This September 6, 1967, letter, In full, ?Thank you for your letter. I will do my best to answer your questions. When I was 12 years old my Father read Dickens to us ?" my sister, brother and myself ?" I was the youngest. We had David Copperfield, Martin Chuzzlewhit, Dombey & Son, The Old Curiosity Shop and, of course, Pickwick Papers. I think half of my enjoyment of these books came from my father?s reading ?" Having had experience as an actor he not only read beautifully but also dramatized the parts. For my own reading I had several of Henty?s books and I read R.L. Stevenson when I was 16 to 17. A book that was a great stand by was called ?The World of Adventure? published by Cassells (England) I think about 1890. ?It was given to me when I was 12 and proved to be a mine of information, enjoyment & excitement. Every story was true and well illustrated ?" Shipwrecks and Fires Adventures in the Alps, avalanches polar expeditions, Wild West with Buffalo Bill, battles in India and Zulu land, ballooning, Inventions Mine Explosions ?" For lighter reading I had ?Alice in Wonderland? of which I have never tired, and Randolph Caldecott?s illustrated rhymes ?" at the age of 87, I still enjoy these. ?Since I could hold a pencil I have always drawn pictures mostly of people and was encouraged by both my parents to do so. I do not know much about American writers. I have limited time for serious reading as I still work many hours a day and enjoy it. I think your students may be interested to know that I have written and illustrated two autobiographies. One ?Drawn from Memory? about my childhood, from age 7 to 8, was published by Lippincott in 1957. The other ?Drawn from Life,? published, Dutton, 1959, about my school days, aged 12 to 16, art student, aged 17 to 21. Then my early struggles to earn a living and then my marriage at the age of 24. I hope some of all this will be of interest to your students. Yours Sincerely Ernest H. Shepard.?"

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        [Manuscript]: The Black Jacobins

      London: C.L.R. James 1967. Two volumes. Each volume comprised of side-stapled folio leaves. Mixed ribbon copy typescript with some mimeographed or mechanically copied leaves printed rectos only, with handwritten corrections, as well as typed sections taped in. The first volume is 25 leaves, the second is hand titled in ink and consists of 24 leaves all but one printed rectos only. The final leaf, which is hand titled "Alternative Version of Epilogue" is detached but present. James's address on first leaf. James's dramatization for the stage of his earlier pioneer study of the revolution that resulted in the foundation of present day Haiti. That book helped to define and elevate Toussaint into his now accepted place as one of the most important political figures of his generation. James originally wrote the play Toussaint Louverture in 1934, which featured Paul Robeson, and then revised it in 1967 and changed the title to The Black Jacobins. This is the manuscript of the 1967 revision.

      [Bookseller: Between The Covers]
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        ROSETTENKNÜLCHE....ODER TOD UND VERKÄRUNG

      Hannover: Fischersträssner Presschen, 1967.. [7] leaves, plus six sheets of etchings. Oblong folio (45.5 x 34cm). Loose sheets, laid into slightly larger folding cloth folder with inset. Fine. First edition. One of an edition of twenty- five numbered copies, illustrated with six original etchings (including two with color and one with additional blind-embossing around the plate margins), each numbered and signed by the artist. The text, which follows typographic designs by Klaus Burkhardt, is by Günther Wirth, Klaus Basset, Reinhard Döhl, et al.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        We Are Many. translation by Alastair Reid, photographs by Hans Ehrmann.

      London, Cape Goliard Press, 1967.. 1. Auflage unpaginiert (19) Blatt mit zwei Photographien. 8°, gebundene Ausgabe, Hardcover/Pappeinband. mit Schutzumschlag (Faserpapier), sauber und gut, das Cover cut out von Jim Dine, der Vortitel ist ausgeschnitten und zeigt den Blick auf ein Originalphoto Nerudas von Hans Ehrmann, auf dem Titel die Signaturen des Lyrikers und Literatur-Nobelpreisträgers Pablo Neruda und des Übersetzers Alastair Reid, Exemplar Nr. 72 einer Vorzugsausgabe von 100; dazu heißt es im Kolophon: " bound in two editions: 1400 sewn in wrappers, 100 copies handbound in hardcovers, signed and numered by the author and translator", auf dem letzten Blatt fünfzeilge Widmung und Mitteilung Pablo Nerudas in teils füchtiger Schrift: " I am (coming ?)... in London / on the 1 st or 2 nd July / visited (by ?) Ted Hughes. Wile / be 10 days. Hope to see you / every one of them. / Neruda, Pablo",

      [Bookseller: Bührnheims Literatursalon GmbH]
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        Chang Dai-Chien's Paintings; with 130 reproductions of the Master's paintings since 1944

      Hong Kong: The East Society, 1967. 1st. Paperback. Near fine. Bound in the publisher's original illustrated wraps. Original plastic dust cover is lightly rubbed, else fine. Illustrated throughout with black & white reproductions of Professor Chang Dai-chien's paintings from 1944 to 1966, with one two-panel reproduction in color. Text in English and Chinese.

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        Diploma. Reverse with 4 autogr. lines and signature by Castro.

      Havana, 22. VII. 1967.. Oblong royal folio. 1 p.. Diploma issued by the "General Maximo Gomez" school to Lt. Angel Poutou Alvarez, who completed a special course in artillery ("El T[enien]te Angel Poutou Alvarez ha recibido el Curso Regular de la Especialidad de Artilleria en esta Escuela, habiendo resultado Aprobado en el mismo, en virtud de lo cual se le otorga el presente Diploma"). - Severe wear and edge damage.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Giving her permission to publish her letter about books she read as a teenager, Agatha Christie writes she is ?content to leave it as written ? later additions & deletions ? or indeed corrections of any kind are nearly always a mistake ??

      "Rare Autograph Letter Signed ?Agatha Christie,? 2 pages, 5.5? x 7?, front and verso with blank integral leaf. Winterbrook House, Wallingford, Berks., England, September 29 [1967]. To Miss Evelyn Byrne, New York. With original addressed envelope emclosed by Byrne to Christie for her reply, postmarked October 2, 1967. Fine condition. In full, ?Thank you for your letter ?" I am so glad your project met with such wide appreciation ?" I certainly give you full permission to reprint my letter to you in book form. I am quite content to leave it as written ?" later additions & deletions ?" or indeed corrections of any kind are nearly always a mistake. With best wishes to you ...? From 1966 to 1970, Evelyn Byrne ran a program at New York City's Elizabeth Barrett Browning Junior High School where she asked major literary and artistic figures of the time to write back with their recollections of what books inspired them while they were teenagers. An assortment of their responses were published in the book Attacks of Taste, printed in 1971 by Gotham Book Mart. Accompanied by a 4? x 5.5? unsigned photograph of Agatha Christie and a photocopy of her February 19, 1966, TLS to Miss Byrne about books she read as a teenager."

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        La Regla Abstracta

      Ediciones Ellena - Rosario, Argentina 1967 - Ejemplar numerado n° 123. Esta edición de "la Regala Abstracta" consta de 403 ejemplares. Todos ellos incluyen una impresión original sobre papel Ingres de un grabado en madera de Joaquín Torres García realizado en 1931. Los tres primeros ejemplares llevan la denominación I/III, II/III y III/III y son propiedad de la familia Torres-García, del señor Ignacio Acquarone y del señor Emilio Ellena, respectivamente. Los restantes ejemplares están numerados de 1 a 400. Los primeros doscientos incluyen una reimpresión del grabado en madera en una hoja fuera de texto. De ellos, los diez primeros contienen un dibujo original de Torres-García. La foto de Torres- García, fue tomada por Roberto Lagarmilla en 1939. Las tares de impresión de los textos se realizaron en los talleres de Perelló S.A de Rosario (Argentina). El grabado original se imprimió en los talleres de Francisco A. Colombo en la ciudad de Buenos Aires, bajo el cuidado de Raúl Veroni. Rebeca Ch de Guber, Víctor L. Rebuffo, Daniel Zelaya, Albino Fernández y Eduardo Serón, colaboraron gentilmente en distintas labores vinculadas a esta edición que se concluyó el 12 de Octubre de 1967. Firma Original Ifigenia Torres (Hija de J.T.C) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Eduardo Martínez Moreira]
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        Master and Margarita

      London: Collins Harvill, 1967: First British Edition, First Printing. In Near Fine+ condition, in a Near Fine price clipped dust jacket. Hardcover shows faint edge wear. The dust jacket shows light toning, light rubbing along spine edges and a small tear to the top of the rear panel. A very sharp copy.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        WOODLAND MUSIC By R. H. MILLER 1967 First Edition Super Rare

      PAGEANT PRESS, NY 1967 - TITLE: WOODLAND MUSIC By R. H. MILLER 1967 First Edition Super Rare AUTHOR: R. H. MILLER PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) / COPYRIGHT: PAGEANT PRESS, NY 1967 EDITION: First Edition CATEGORY: Super Rare, First Edition, Education BINDING/COVER: Hardback with dust jacket COLOR: Cream CONDITION: The dust jacket is in fair++ condition there is a chip to the top back edge near the hinge (see photo); the front has what appears to be really light age foxing; there is a really small sized name or word written in ink (almost invisible) to the front left near the lower hinge area. The $4.50 price is still on the front flap; the flaps have left age shadow imprints on the free endpapers; there is light age foxing to the fore edge. Book is without marks or writings, pages are fairly clean and book is tight and sturdy. SIZE: 5 ½ x 8 ½ (approximately) PAGES: 268 pages. Fair++/Fair++ dust jacket condition. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: First Edition. PAGEANT PRESS, NY 1967. THERE ARE NO OTHER COPIES OF THIS BOOK FOUND FOR SALE ON THE INTERNET AT THE TIME OF THIS RESEARCH!!! COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid, book(s) will ship immediately to customer (it's on the way), you are welcomed to email about shipment date! REFUNDS: All ViewFair books, prints, and manuscript items are 100% refundable up to 14 business days after item is received. InvCodePrc 2500 E H V VIEWFAIR BOOKS: 006696 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bright Orange for the Shroud

      Robert Hale, London 1967 - Very slight bumping to corners but otherwise near Fine. Dustjacket has a small tear in the front panel next to the spine and two small closed tears in the top edge where there is some edge creasing. Rubbing to the top corners with some light surface wear to the rear panel. First printing. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raymond Tait]
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        Handbuch der vergleichenden Anatomie der Wirbeltiere (3 Bände in 4 Teilen) - Bd. II/ 1: Nervensystem/ Bd. II/ 2: Sinnesorgane/ Bd. III: Darmsystem - Atmungssystem/ Bd. VI: Urogenitalsystem: zweiter Teil: Geschlechtsorgane - Gefäßsystem.

      A. Asher & Co.; 1967.. Neudruck; 854/ 1018/ 1444 Seiten; gebundene Ausgabe. Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind etwas staubschmutzig; Der Buchzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 4 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten;

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        Serengeti darf nicht sterben : 367000 Tiere suchen e. Staat. Bernhard u. Michael Grzimek

      Frankfurt/M, Berlin, Wien : Ullstein, 1967.. 167-174. Tsd. 351 S. : Ill. ; 8°, Pp. Gut erhaltenes Exemplar. K16030.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchhandel Daniel Viertel Ei]
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        Andy Warhol's Index (Book). With the assistance of Stephen Shore, Paul Morissey, Ondine, Nico.

      Random House, New York 1967 - 4to. Mit zahlr. Abb. u. 10 Beigaben (Castle Pop-up; red accordian; 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) 36 nn. Bl. Illustr. OBrosch. First Printing. - Gering berieben u. bestoßen, Peel-off auf dem Umschlag unvollständig, Akkordeon ohne Ton, der Luftballon - wie fast immer - in den angrenzenden Seiten verklebt. Insgesamt gutes, vollständiges Ex. gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Master and Margarita

      London: Collins Harvill, 1967: First British Edition, First Printing. In Near Fine+ condition, in a Near Fine price clipped dust jacket. Hardcover shows faint edge wear. The dust jacket shows light toning, light rubbing along spine edges and a small tear to the top of the rear panel. A very sharp copy.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Akt. Mischtechnik (Acryl, Kreide, Dispersion) auf Papier.

      . 1967. Unten rechts in Kreide signiert. 40 : 52 cm.. Gerahmt.

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        Diary Of A Mad Housewife

      New York: Random House, 1967. First edition. Near fine in a near fine unclipped jacket, with the jacket showing light edgewear, rubbing. Slight crease to inner front flap. This copy inscribed and signed by the author in the month of publication on the front free endpaper. A far better than average copy of an important 60's era novel, the basis for an under-appreciated Frank Perry film, and a book that is quite nearly unobtainable when signed, for whatever reasons.

      [Bookseller: John Kehoe, Bookseller ABAA]
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        Ritual

      London: Hutchinson of London. New Authors Limited. (1967). First. First edition. Fine in fine, Peter Edwards-designed dustwrapper with a touch of lamination disturbance at the gutters. A lovely copy of the author's first novel. Basis for the cult film The Wicker Man starring Edward Woodward, Christopher Lee, and Britt Ekland. Much scarcer than the later novelization co-written by Anthony Shaffer from his screenplay for the film. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Sera italiana di Gentilini

      Milano: Edizioni del Naviglio, 1967. Prima edizione di 90 + XX + 10 es. numerati. Quartini sciolti in custodia in tela a colori con legaccio (loose as issued in original cloth slip-case). Ottimo (Fine). Folio. Una poesia inedita di Raffaele Carrieri. Sei serigrafie originali a colori di Franco Gentilini, numerate e firmate a matita (cm 44x34) Serigrafie curate personalmente dall'Artista e tirate nella stamperia La Pergola di Pesaro. La serigrafia in copertina è stata realizzata da Sergio Tosi stampatore in Milano. Edizione numerata e firmata al colophon da Carrieri. Esemplare XVII/XX [Jouffroy, 1987; Gambetti, 2007: "molto raro"]

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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..

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        The Death Ship

      Sphere, 1967. Paperback. Used; Acceptable. Paperback; English language; a fair reading copy. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent Royal Mail airmail.

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        [Manuscript]: "Reminiscences of an Editor"

      1967. First. Typewritten manuscript. [13]pp. Carbon transcript typed rectos only secured with a paperclip. Folds as mailed else near fine in original envelope with author's notations. A transcript from the latter half of John Hall Wheelock's career for "Reminiscences of an Editor," which was broadcast on The Third Programme on BBC radio, July 1967 and directed by Geoffrey Bridson. All pages are heavily edited with notations in Wheelock's hand. An essay on his long tenure as an editor at Charles Scribner's Sons, where he took over from Maxwell Perkins, and was a discoverer of new talent. "What an exhausting job it is to be an editor! Like teaching, it is a creative activity and involves the same areas of energy and imagination that are involved in writing." Known as the "cultural boss of the BBC," D.G. [Geoffrey] Bridson, worked until 1969 producing over 800 programs including The Third Programme, which was aimed at "high brow" audiences and aimed to promote "something fundamental to our civilization." .

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        Contract for "The Green Knight" 5th December 1967.

      1967 - One contract of 6 pages, typescript on thin typing paper 32.5 x 20 cm stapled to red card backing, signed by Mick Jagger, Christopher Gibbs and Nigel Lesmoir Gordon, plus Marianne Faithfull, Jagger's then girlfriend, as witness; with a typescript film treatment of 16 pages stapled together at top left, 29 x 22 cm, with manuscript annotations; a little chipping to folds, a little browning, very good. This unique pair of documents records a highly ambitious project that sadly never came to fruition. As Marianne Faithfull recalls in Faithfull: An Autobiography (2000): "Mick began taking acting lessons .Then there was THE MAN WHO SHOT MICK JAGGER and a whole slew of hippie projects. Christopher Gibbs and Nigel Gordon had written a script based on the mystical Middle English romance GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT. Mick was going to play the Green Knight - Mick and Keith do the Middle Ages!" (pp. 149-50). Not only was Jagger going to star, this was also likely to be his debut as a producer. The contract here is between Jagger and Christopher Gibbs, his interior designer, and Nigel Gordon, a film editor working for the producer David Cammell, to produce a 25 page treatment of the legend of Sir Gawain to be called provisionally, The Green Knight. The two writers were to begin work on Christmas Day 1967 and deliver the treatment by 1st May 1968. We cannot be sure when the pair delivered their work, but it was nine pages short and had transformed from The Green Knight into The story of Venus and the quest for Arthur's kingdom, a tale set initially in a Welsh gold mine in 1700 and New York in 1968 before settling on an Arthurian England of knights, mystical ladies and an improbable red floating sphere. The project never went any further than this, but it is a fascinating snapshot of the projects that Jagger, the Rolling Stones and the counter-culture in general were beginning to get involved in as the 1960s progressed and their ambitions grew. Neither was this the end of the road for Gibbs and Gordon as film collaborators with Jagger - Gibbs was employed as Consultant Designer on Jagger's breakthrough film Performance, while Gordon's boss David Cammell, the brother of the movie's director Donald Cammell, was a co-producer. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        TYPED LETTER - Signed

      Santa Ana, California 1967 - Typed letter signed "Wm P Lear" in black ink. Letter is dated August 7, 1967, is on company letterhead and measures 8.5" X 11.0" in size. It has normal mailing folds and is in fine condition. Letter states 'Dear Mr. Firca / Congratulations on your / interesting hobby of collecting autographs. I hope you will be / successful in amassing a large and varied collection that will be ' a source of satisfaction and pleasure for you. / Very truly yours, / (signed) Wm P Lear / Wm. P. Lear, Sr. / President". William P. Lear, (born June 26, 1902, Hannibal, Mo., U.S.¿died May 14, 1978, Reno, Nev.), self-taught American electrical engineer and industrialist whose Lear Jet Corporation was the first mass-manufacturer of business jet aircraft in the world. Lear also developed the automobile radio, the eight-track stereo tape player for automobiles, and the miniature automatic pilot for aircraft. The child of immigrant parents and a broken home, Lear said that at the age of 12 he had worked out a blueprint of his life, based upon profiting by inventing what people wanted. He held some 150 patents at his death. After completing eighth grade, Lear quit school to become a mechanic and at the age of 16 joined the navy, lying about his age. During World War I, Lear studied radio and after his discharge designed the first practicable auto radio. Failing to secure the financial backing to produce the radio himself, Lear sold the radio to the Motorola Company in 1924. In 1934 he designed a universal radio amplifier (i.e., one that would work with any radio.) The Radio Corporation of America purchased the plans, giving Lear the capital he needed to expand his operations. He founded the Lear Avia Corporation in 1934 to make radio and navigational devices for aircraft. In 1939 he founded Lear, Inc. By 1939 more than half the private airplanes in the United States were using Lear radio and navigational equipment. In World War II, the company manufactured cowl-flap motors and other precision devices for Allied aircraft. After World War II, Lear, Inc. introduced a new, miniaturized autopilot that could be used on small fighter aircraft. Between 1950 and 1962 the sales of Lear, Inc., rose to $90,000,000. New plants were added in the Midwest and on both coasts, and the company embarked on the manufacture of stereophonic sound systems and miniature communications satellites. Lear himself wanted to expand into low-priced, small jet aircraft for businessmen. When his board of directors would not approve the expenditure, Lear sold his share of the company and formed Lear Jet, Inc., Wichita, Kan., which produced its first compact jet in 1963. The new company¿s jets became among the world¿s most popular private jet aircraft. Lear sold his interest in the corporation in 1967 and formed Lear Motors Corporation (1967¿69) to produce a steam car. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        FOR THE YEAR OF THE INSANE (Broadside )

      Boston: Impressions Workshop, 1967. 1st edition, limited (1/25) numbered and signed, broadside. An exceptionally rare Sexton publication, this broadside is illustrated by Barbara Swan, designated "Artist's Proof" on the colophon, and signed by both Swan and Sexton in pencil. The colophon calls for a total print run of 150 copies, this copy being one of twenty-five designated as an "Artist's Proof." The colophon further states: "printed from the stone and from hand set Goudy Bold." In addition to being signed, there is a pencil correction to the text in the last line of the poem. Size: 29.75 inches high x 21 inches wide. Broadsides of Sexton's poems are exceptionally scarce, and especially so as represented with an "Artist's Proof" copy. Minimal wear to edges, else fine.

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        May We Borrow Your Husband? And Other Comedies of the Sexual Life.

      . London: The Bodley Head 1967. 188 pp. Publisher's cloth in dustwrappers. * First edition..

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        Philip

      New York: Thomas Y. Crowell. (1967). First. First edition. Thin quarto. Fine in a very lightly rubbed, fine dustwrapper. A lovely copy of a rare children's book by the author better known for his mystery and suspense novels. .

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        Epigrammi

      Verona: Corubolo & Castiglioni, 1967. Edizione originale di 40 + XL es. numerati. Piena pergamena rossa, cartella ricoperta in carta Roma di Fabriano per le incisioni (full vellum binding, slip-case). Ottimo (Fine). 8vo. Dedica firmata dell'Artista, datata 25/10/1967, con un'opera originale (cravatta di plastica colorata) spillata alla prima pagina (Inscribed and signed by the Artist with an original art work). Otto epigrammi di Marziale con versione italiana a fronte espressamente curata da Roberto Sanesi. Due acqueforti originali a colori, numerate e firmate di Baj (cm 26x19). Una delle prime 10 copie con allegata una suite delle incisioni, stampate su carta Rosaspina di Fabriano, numerate e firmate, raccolte con un frontespizio in cartella ("Due aqueforti per Marziale", cm 25x35) Acquaforti stampate da Giorgio Upiglio. Carta Ventura, carattere Garamond Stempel, marca in rosso. Esemplare n. 10 [La Chimerea Officina, 1991; Baj, 1986; Mussini, Tedeschi, Caprile, 1990]

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        Playtime [Play Time] (Original French Poster for the 1967 film)

      Jolly Film, Paris 1967 - Original French theatrical poster for the 1967 French film, large variant.Monsieur Hulot first came to the attention of the world during his beach vacation in "Monsieur Hulot's Holiday" (1953), then reappeared in a modern French neighborhood in "Mon Oncle" (1958). The third feature finds him in the city, whose complexities unfold, revolve, deconstruct, and reconstruct before his eyes. A masterpiece of French cinema. Using his own money, director Tati meticulously constructed a second "Paris" outside of Paris for the third--and most magnificent--of the four Hulot films.Fine, 47 x 63 inches, on linen, rolled.Criterion 112.

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