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        NO'S KNIFE

      London: Calder and Boyars, (1967) - This is the "A" series: Number 39 of only 100 numbered and signed copies, hors commerce, bound in quarter calf and buckram. This 168-page edition collects the Nobel Prize winner's short prose from 1945 through 1966. A beautiful, obviously unread example, all edges gilt. A true collector's copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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      Vialetay,, Paris, 1967 - Exemplaire d artiste, tire a 300 exemplaires numerotes. 238 pp. in-folio,

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        [Original Heavily Revised Autograph Manuscript of:] "HIGH WIRE TO THE CRATER" [caption title]

      [Np] [nd but ca. 1967].. Seven leaves of ruled 8 x 13" paper. Horizontal fold, paperclip rust mark at top edge, otherwise very good. An extensively revised working manuscript, in blue, red and black ink, of this review of Lowry's SELECTED LETTERS and UNDER THE VOLCANO, both published by Cape, the former the first UK edition, the latter the first UK edition to include Spender's Introduction. Redgrave had been at Cambridge at the same time as Lowry, and co-edited CAMBRIDGE POETRY 1930, which included Lowry's first appearance in book form. The actor incorporates in his review a substantial personal component, as well as the critical stance of a reviewer: "I remember him chiefly for his presence, as distinct from his personality. He was bright- eyed, sharp-nosed, burly and probably a bit muscle-bound ... but, with all his strength, extremely gentle ...." The review saw publication in the SUNDAY TIMES.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Lolita [Russian]

      NY: Phaedra Press. (1967). The hardcover issue of the first Russian-language edition of Nabokov's masterwork, which was first published in Paris in English in 1955. This translation was done by Nabokov himself and includes a postscript by him that appears only in this edition. This is Juliar's "issue b" in pink cloth, with three cancels; "issue a" was in wrappers. Fine in a very good, mildly rubbed dust jacket with one edge tear at the upper rear spine fold. First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery, 1776-1780, 2 Vols.

      Hakluyt Society, 1967, - (COOK, James). The Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery 1776-1780; edited by J.C. Beaglehole. Volume III of the Journals of Captain James Cook on His Voyages of Discovery. In Two Volumes. L.: Published for the Hakluyt Society at Cambridge University Press, 1967. Pp 718, with frontis., illustrations; 724-1647, with illustrations and map. 8vo, blue cloth. The Hakluyt Society, Extra Series, No. 36. Vg in dj. 800.00 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Doull, Bookseller (A.B.A.C.)]
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        Andy Warhol's Index Book (Hardbound) [SIGNED by Stephen Shore]

      Random House, New York 1967 - First edition, first printing. Signed in black ink opposite the title page by Shore. Hardcover. Photographically illustrated paper-covered boards with tipped on 3-D photographically illustrated plate on cover and title stamped in silver on spine; no dust jacket as issued; missing original printed plastic bag. Contributions by Andy Warhol, Stephen Shore, Billy Name, Nat Finkelstein, Paul Morissey, Ondine, Nico, Christopher Cerf, Alan Rinzler, Gerald Harrison, Akihito Shirakawa and David Paul. Unpaginated (74 pp.), with pop-ups, fold-outs and affixed items, one 45-rpm record and black-and-white illustrations throughout. 11-1/4 x 8-3/4 inches. CONDITION: Near Fine. Binding is attached but loose for the first and last signatures; Covers have some surface wear in white areas (very small bump to front lower right corner); missing original printed plastic bag; Castle pop-up is attached, complete and fully-functioning; Red accordion is attached, complete but squeaker is not audible; Bi-plane pop-up is attached, complete and fully-functioning; "The Chelsea Girls" paper wheel mounted on a spring is attached, complete and in fine condition; The 12-sided "sphere" is complete (elastic band on inside broken and separated at one side). The "sphere" is unattached to the black string, which is still attached to book; The Lou Reed Picture Disc Record is attached to the binding, complete within its square (not removed) and in excellent condition; The double image of the rainbow nose with pink overlay is complete, functioning and attached, as are the fold-out pages; The "Hunt's Tomato Paste" can pop-up is complete, functioning and attached; All eight of the rectangular tear-offs, from the "FOR A BIG SURPRISE!!!" page (four on left, four on right) are present including all four printed with "Andy Warhol"; The balloon has deteriorated and is sticking the two pages together (this is common in virtually all copies of this book). [Cited in Andrew Roth, ed., The Book of 101 Books: Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century. (New York: PPP Editions in association with Roth Horowitz LLC, 2001), and in Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, The Photobook: A History, Volume II. (London and New York: Phaidon, 2006).] From Vince Aletti in The Book of 101 Books: "One of the earliest and most thoroughly documented [books] of the Factory's crews is memorialized in [this book], the artist's first publication to use photography and text after an earlier series of privately printed illustrated books. A disjointed and playful pastiche, Index (Book) has the impromptu feel of a project thrown together as a lark. Most of its pages are filed with high-contrast, snapshot-style black-and-white photographs taken by . Billy Name.As if to puncture this glam bubble, Index (Book) is also filled with an ingratiating array of gimmicks. Among them: a pop-up illustration of a castle under attack (with photos of Warhol & Co. collaged into its windows), a red pleated accordion tucked into a gatefold, another gatefold with Andy's nose in profile sliced into a series of colored flaps, a balloon, a Velvets record, a Chelsea Girls ad on a spring, and a Hunt's tomato past can that pops up between two head shots of International Velvet." Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Vincent Borrelli, Bookseller]
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        Time Magazine; September 22, 1967 The Beatles/ Their New Incarnation

      Chicago: Time, 1967, Chicago - Soft Cover. Very Good. First Edition. Signed By Subject. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Collectorsemall]
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        Mundunculum. Ein tentatives Logico-Poeticum, dargestellt wie Plan und Programm oder Traum zu einem provisorischen Mytherbarium für Visionspflanzen. Band 1: Das rot'sche Videum.

      Köln, DuMont, 1967 - 8°, 327 S., zahlr. s/w Abb., Brosch., Min. beschienen sonst gutes Exemplar. EA. Seiten unbeschnittten. 1100 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        AROUND THE WORLD ON A NICKEL. Inscribed.

      Vir Publishing House,, New Delhi 1967 - Bedford, Jimmy. AROUND THE WORLD ON A NICKEL. Inscribed. India:: Vir Publishing House, 1967. 8vo., 314pp. Illustrated through with photos. A very good example of a rarely encountered superb travel book. Cinnabar red cloth covered boards with stamped yellow titles on upper cover & spine. In a very good example of the most uncommon dustwrapper, the spine sunned showing moderate use. The story of the author's trip around the world from 1958 to 1960. A neat Presentation Copy, signed & inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: "For The / Garnet McRosties / with deep appreciation / for your warm hospitality / during my trip - / And your selfless contributions / to the people of Africa - / Best wishes from the author - / Jimmy Bedford / Christmas 1968" On page 105 of the book: "An African gardener came from a nearby house with some cool, filtered water for me and offered to take me to the American mission . Mrs. McCrostie of Golden, Colo., invited me right in, started fixing a pitcher of cold apple cider, and told me to make myself at home. . She apologized that her husband, Garnett, was out in the bush but would return for supper and she was putting on an extra place for me". [A few ink marks throughout & on pp. 104, 105 & 106 where the recipients noted their mention by the author]. A very uncommon book. Printed in India in a small run, few copies have surfaced. Jimmy B. Bedford (June 10, 1927–1990) was the former head of the University of Alaska Fairbanks journalism department where there is a Jimmy B. Bedford Memorial Scholarship set up in his honor. As a professor of journalism & photography, he was supportive of native Alaska writers: he wrote the foreword for the autobiography of Emily Ivanoff Brown ("Ticasuk"). His papers including the typescript for his "Around The World On A Nickel", are housed at University of Alaska, Fairbanks, consisting of materials documenting Bedford's personal & professional interests & his career in photojournalism & the teaching of journalism & photography. Also found in the collection are files relating to the journalism department of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, where Bedford spent most of his teaching career, & to Afghanistan, where he spent a year as a Fulbright scholar in the early 1960s. There are also small amounts of material relating to the University of Kansas & the University of Maryland, where he held his first teaching positions. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Lord of Light (First Edition)

      Doubleday, New York 1967 - Bright blue peacock fantasy design on front cover. $4.95 price is intact on front flyleaf.There is only a slight bump to the top and bottom of dust jacket spine, otherwise a beautiful glossy, smooth dust jacket. $4.95 price is intact on front flyleaf. Top of text block slightly discolored and very faint discoloration to front and rear endpapers. Tight binding, clean white pages. I have probably overdescribed the negatives on this book-it is a beautiful copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Preferred Books]
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        Louis St Laurent [SIGNED BY ST. LAURENT]

      Macmillan of Canads, Toronto, ON, Canada 1967 - A near fine copy in brown boards with gold, gilt lettering on the spine in a fine, unclipped dust jacket showing a price of $9.50. INSCRIBED BY LOUIS ST. LAURENT ON THE HALF TITLE PAGE IN THE YEAR OF PUBLICATION "fOR MY FRIEND.MY HIGH ESTEEM AND WARM REGARDSAND BEST WISHES LOUIS ST. LAURENT DECEMBER 6TH 1967" This is a first edition and is a tight, clean copy with no other markings of any kind. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bag-End Books]
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        A Historical Collection of the Several Voyages and Discoveries in the South Pacific Ocean

      Israel / Da Capo 1967 - Size: A4 (300 x 210mm approx.). Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Slight foxing front/rear pages, but body of book mostly clean and unfoxed. Original Glassene Wrapper. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Exploration; Antiquarian & Rare. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 8240. This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mr Pickwick's Fine Old Books]
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        Les vies des hommes illustres (4 volumes)

      Club du Livre 1967 - 4 volumes in-4 (28*23), reliure plein cuir de l'éditeur, plats à décor noir et or, dos à 4 nerfs, titre et décor dorés ,tranche supérieure dorée, tomes 1 et 3 sous emboitage toilés, 408 +401+407 pages, illustrations hors texte en noir, lettrines en couleurs, préface d'André Maurois, tirage à 3600 exemplaires sur Vélin Antique destiné aux membres du corps enseignant (ici le 3339), on joint le fort volume contenant deux suites ; excellent état. Décaris

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        To Colour Thought

      New Haven, Yale University Library,, 1967. Octavo. Bound in full terracotta morocco, titles to spine gilt, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. With the original card slipcase. With 10 illustrations in colour and in black and white. Some minor spotting to a couple of leaves, an excellent copy beautifully bound. Limited edition of 300 copies printed at the Officina Bodoni; this is one of 10 copies specially bound for the Yale University Library.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      mars-juin 1967, (Brazzaville) - (Pékin ?) - Bruxelles - Légers plis d'envoi au premier et aux deux derniers documents, sinon excellent état. Le Premier Groupe Marxiste-Léniniste Kamerunais - PGMLK fut créé par Henri Hogbe Nlend, membre du Bureau du Comité Directeur (provisoire) - BCD(p) de l'Union des Populations du Cameroun - UPC (fondé en septembre 1964 par Osende Afana) et futur candidat à l'élection présidentielle de 1977. Le PGMLK tint une Assemblée générale le 2 mai 1966. Six documents : Lettre de 2 pp. manuscrites 20cmx16,5 cm, avec signature autographe, adressée à René Raindorf (membre du Bureau Politique du Parti Communiste de Belgique - PCB (Grippa)) par Charles Djon-Djon, au nom du Secrétariat administratif du PGMLK, datée (Brazzaville), 28 mars 1967. Il lui donne l'adresse de Tumbo Soriba à Brazzaville qu'il a oublié de lui communiquer lors de leur entretien (à Brazzaville), et lui transmet pour publication la Déclaration du PGMLK sur la Grande Révolution Culturelle Prolétarienne (absente). Charles Djon-Djon, enseignant du Congo-Brazzaville à Bamako, rejoint Osende Afana en 1963 à Conakry. En 1964-1965, le BCD(p) de l'UPC le délègue au Secrétariat permanent de l'Association des Ecrivains et Journalistes Afro-Asiatiques. Il entre ensuite au BCD(p). Très réticent à accompagner Osende Afana lorsque celui-ci constitue un maquis à partir de septembre 1965, il quitte celui-ci au bout d'un mois. En février 1990, il participera à une action coordonnée des groupes d'opposition en vue de réclamer le multipartisme. Il sera aussitôt arrêté avec huit autres personnes pour "atteinte à la sûreté de l'Etat" et "subversion" et condamné. Lettre de 4 pp 1/2 dactylographiée 27cmx21cm, avec signature et deux lignes autographes, adressée (de Pékin ?) au Comité Central - CC du PC belge (en fait PC de Belgique (Grippa)) par Elise Osende (veuve d'Osende Afana), "responsable en délégation du Comité d'action pour l'explication de la situation politique de l'UPC", datée 20 avril 1967. Elle met en garde contre le PGMLK en donnant des détails biographiques sur ses principaux responsables, à savoir Henri Hogbe Nlend, Charles Djon-Djon et Luc Tagny, qu'elle dénonce longuement (et notamment de collusion avec les Soviétiques, en ce qui concerne ce dernier). Elle donne pour adresses postales celles de Fatou Fatmata à Pékin et de Roger Pakiston à Brazzaville. Copie carbone non signée de la lettre d'une p. dactylographiée 27,5cmx21,5cm adressée à Fatou Fatmata par la Secrétaire de Rédaction de la "Voix du Peuple", datée Bruxelles, 28 mai 1967, remerciant vivement pour la lettre du 20 avril. Copie carbone non signée d'une lettre d'une p. dactylographiée adressée le même jour par la même à Charles Djon-Djon, accusant réception de sa lettre du 28 mars et annonçant l'envoi de 20 exemplaires de "La Voix du Peuple". Copie carbone de 2pp. Dactylographiées 26,5cmx21cm d'un texte intitulé "Mise au point du PGMLK sur les manœuvres criminelles des éléments scissionnistes", daté 6 juin 196, avec signature autographe de Charles Djon-Djon, Secrétaire à l'Organisation. Ce texte dément les affirmations contenues dans des documents publiés au nom du Groupe en mai 1967 selon lesquelles une assemblée du Groupe aurait destitué son Secrétariat et confié provisoirement la direction à François Fosso. Il souligne que ce dernier n'a jamais eu de responsabilités au sein du Groupe, "s'oppose résolument à la juste ligne politique et organisationnelle marxiste-léniniste du Groupe, et nie l'importance et la nécessité de la direction prolétarienne". Copie carbone non signée 27cmx21cm du Message de félicitation adressé au CC du PC chinois par le PGMLK le 19 juin 1967 à l'occasion de l'explosion de la première bombe à hydrogène chinoise (1 p. dactylographiée, tapée sur la même machine que le Message ayant même objet adressé à la même date au Comité Chinois de Solidarité Afro-Asiatique par François Fosso au nom du BCD(p) de l'UPC). Cameroun / Belgique / Communisme / Marxisme-léninisme

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        Eco. Revista De La Cultura De Occidente # 82. Febrero 1967. Tomo XIV / 4

      Libreria Buchholz, Bogotá 1967 - Gabriel Gasrcía Márquez "Cien Años de Soledad (fragmento", Ernesto Volkening "Reconquista y pérdida de la América arcaica en Los Pasos Perdidos de Alejo Carpentier", Germán Colmenares "Vargas Llosa y el problema de la realidad en la novela", Helena Araujo "De Tipacoque a París", Witold Gombrowicz "Apuntes argentinos", etc. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Carlos Carnero Figuerola]
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        Ossip Zadkine Le Sculpteur-Graveur de 1919 a 1967. Premiere Partie: Eaux-Fortes Deuxieme Partie: Lithographes. Preface de Jean Adhemar.

      Chez L’Auteur, Art-C [hristophe]. C[zwiklitzer]. - MCMLXVII [Paris, 1967]. Number 35 of a total edition of 375, signed by the author and artist & with a signed, original Zadkine etching. - A signed presentation copy in a specially made, handcrafted, design binding. [Partial Colophon]: “ ‘L’Oeuvre grave et lithographie de Zadkine’, a ete acheve d’imprimer le 27 septembre 1967, chez E. et B., Karlsruhe, en Allemagne, pour Christophe Czwiklitzer, Art-C.C., sur papier glace 150 gr., typographie ‘futura maigre’, au nombre limite de 375 exemplaires portent chaucun en frontispiece une eaux-forte originale signee [original signed etching] par l’artiste [Zadkine] et numerotee, tiree sur le presses a bras de David a Paris [-] Le cuivre a ete raye après le tirage. Exemplaire portent le No. 35”. [Signed at top of colophon:] O.Zadkine Czwiklitzer. [Translated partial colophon]: “L’Oeuvre grave et lithographe de Zadkine” [Engraved & Lithographic Work of Zadkine] was finished on 27th of September, 1967 at E. & B., Karlsruhe, Germany for Christophe Czwiklitzer, Art_C.C., on [a] glazed paper of 150 gr., typeface is ‘futura maigre’, limited to 375 numbered copies, each with a frontispiece of an original, numbered & signed [Zadkine] etching printed on an etching press by David in Paris. The copperplate has been scratched across after being printed. This copy is number 35. Signed at the top of the colophon page: O. Zadkine [/] Czwiklitzer. Size of binding: 9 5/8” x 13 1/8”, 227 pp., illustrated with more than 183 reproductions of Zadkine etchings & lithographs (# 183 is in color), and other illustrations; original, glossy, color pictorial paper covers, half-title page, and spine have been preserved & bound in at the end of the book. Partial catalogue description of the original, signed etching, which is the frontispiece of this book: “No. 77 – L’Infortune H. 282 mm. x L. 207 mm. 1967 Eau-forte Frontispiece du present livre: ‘L’Oeuvre grave et lithographie de Ossip Zadkine’. Tirage a 375 exemplaires, [-] sur papier velin d’Arches, signee et numerotes [-]”. This etching is an image of a man in worn out clothes, seated in a chair and holding a can. Specially bound in full, black morocco leather, with the title vertically gilt-lettered on the spine: ZADKINE “L’Oeuvre grave et lithographie”, and with a gold-stamped reproduction of Zadkine’s signature on the upper left-hand of the front cover and a gold-stamped, outline reproduction of an initialed Zadkine etching: “La Vestale” (1966) (Number 64; page 87 of this book), in the lower right-hand of the front cover; headbands in red & black, gray paper endpapers. This finely crafted binding is not signed, but is of very high quality workmanship. Signed presentation copy, with presentation inscription in ink on second front flyleaf: For this sympathetic ex-banker [-] dedicated with my greatest pleasure Frankfort, the 30 of September 1972 Christophe Czwiklitzer. In a sturdy drop-back box with a matching black leather spine, gold-lettered to match the book, sides covered in a fine-textured gray cloth, with inner surface of spine covered in black leather, gray cloth inner edges and tan paper lining. The book is in fine condition, spine ends of slipcase show light rubbing. Text of this book is in French. Weight: 6 ½ lbs. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Typed Letters Signed

      1967. Two typed letters signed from Watts to his agent, Henry Volkening. Watts discusses instructions for handling an article, an introduction he has prepared for a book on the counterculture, and plans for reprinting Watts's own title -- The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are. The first letter is on the stationery of the Gopher Campus Motor Lodge in Minneapolis and concerns the sale of the introduction for Book of the Love Generation and promotion for The Book itself: "I look forward with pleasant horror to seeing the kind of promotion he [Eugene Schwartz] will concoct. The RH [Random House] people think he is quite insane to take on a book of this kind." The second letter is written from the UK and concerns the dispositions of the people handling Watts's book. "Schwarz [sic] is going to promote under the headline `THIS BOOK WILL ABOLISH YOUR FEAR OF DEATH!' The things I have to live up to!" This letter bears the underlinings of the recipient and is folded for mailing. The first letter bears a few numbers in pencil; otherwise each letter is fine. Watts's title -- The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are -- was a synthesis of his writings up to that point, incorporating much eastern philosophy and much in the way of analysis and metaphor derived both from everyday experience, the psychedelic experience, and the new experimental therapies that were sweeping the West Coast at the time. Watts, whose early experiments with psychedelics were chronicled in his 1962 book The Joyous Cosmology: Adventures in the Chemistry of Consciousness, was a counterculture "superstar" by 1967, and these letters give an indication of how much he was in demand at the time.

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        Monterey Pop Festival Tickets, Program, and Business Card

      [Monterey, California]: Monterey Pop Festival Inc.. 1967. First. Collection of items from the Monterey Pop Festival, including four concert tickets, measuring 3.5" x 1.25"; two business cards, measuring 3.5" x 4"; and a quarto, 80-page full-color event program perfectbound in stiff paper wrappers. The tickets and business card are fine, while the program is near fine with very minor wear at the extremities. The legendary three-day Monterey Pop Festival, held in Monterey, California on June 16-18, 1967, included a lineup of classic rock performers second only to Woodstock. It is considered by some music historians as an even more important event: it kicked off the Summer of Love, was the first widely promoted and heavily attended rock festival, featured a particularly diverse group of performers, and was an early model of benefit concerts to follow (almost all the musicians performed for free, with all proceeds donated to a charitable foundation). The four tickets included here are unused front-row seats, labeled "stage front," for performances held on Friday, Saturday, and two different times on Sunday. The two double-sided business cards are from concert producer Alan Pariser, who first dreamed up the idea of the festival, with the address for the festival's office and its logo and artwork featuring Pan playing his flute. The event program is filled with editorials, advertisements, illustrations, and photographs of Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, Simon & Garfunkel, and Otis Redding, as well as several other performers who did not appear (The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and The Beach Boys), but who placed ads in support of the festival. This includes full-page artwork by The Beatles made specially for the program (Paul McCartney had also arranged for the booking of Hendrix and The Who at the festival). Also sprinkled throughout are essays from various musicians, critics, and music industry insiders including Leonard Bernstein, Jan Wenner, Bob Shelton, Derek Taylor, Peter Tork, and others commenting on the forthcoming festival. A wonderful collection of items from the first major pop music festival. .

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        The Magus [Fowles' Screenplay - Rare]

      Blazer Films, London 1967 - Fowles' screenplay for the 1968 film of his second novel, a near-fantasy set on a Greek island and involving a young expatriate Englishman who is drawn into the fantastic designs of a self-styled psychic. The film, with Anthony Quinn, Michael Caine, Candice Bergen and Anna Karina, gained a cult following in the Sixties. The cast included two of the best-known male leads of their time (Quinn & Caine), an up-and-coming young actress who had been nominated for a "Most Promising Newcomer" Golden Globe two years earlier (Bergen), and Anna Karina, a staple in the films of French avant garde director Jean-Luc Godard. The director was Guy Green, a former cinematographer, and while the material may have been a bit much for Green, whose previous movies had been more straightforward than the complicated, partly fantastic plot that Fowles' novel presented him with, the film was nominated for a British Academy award for cinematography. This script bears the name of David Harcourt and has revision sheets dated September 4, 7 and 12, and November 25, 1967. Harcourt is listed as a camera operator on a production schedule (laid in) dated August 15, 1967. Also laid in is the shooting schedule for November 11. These sheets are torn and sunned, but the script itself is near fine and claspbound in very good red covers. An early, complete piece of writing by Fowles, and likely the scarcest item in his bibliography: the Harry Ransom Center acquired a copy with Fowles' papers; the University of Iowa has a copy in its 20th Century Fox collection. It is Fowles' only screenplay to have been produced, and we have never heard of another copy coming on the market. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA (Lopezbooks)]
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        Herbier. Poèmes de Jean Grosjean. Aquatintes de J.J.J. Rigal. (Paris), aux dépens d'un amateur, (1967).

      - Folio. Uncut with all original wrappers in publisher's portfolio and clothbox. Loose as issued. No 64 signed by aythor and artist of 65 "sur Velin des papeteries de Rives", a total of 126. With 17 fine original aquatinteplates in colour (32x18 cm.) by Rigal. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Fahrenheit 451

      Simon & Schuster 1967 - First printing thus, stated. Black binding, gilt titles to spine. Red topstain. With a new introduction by the author. Book very good with slight wrinkle to boards at top edge of spine and some stains spots to top & foreedge, bleeding of topstain onto ffep. DJ also very good with just a bit of edgewear at head of spine and some rubbing. $4.95 price intact. In Mylar. 192 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Original [Double] Signed Photograph

      Rudyard [Joseph Rudyard Kipling, 1865-1936] & Andre Maurois [Emile Salomon Wihelm Herzog, 1885-1967] - Kipling, Rudyard [Joseph Rudyard Kipling, 1865-1936] & Andre Maurois [Emile Salomon Wilhelm Herzog, 1885-1967]. Original 4" x 6" Black & White photo Signed. A terrific photo in excellent condition with strong signatures by both authors at the lower portion. A rather unique image set on the path of the estate gardens, with both authors relaxed & enjoying each others company. Although Kipling was 20-years older, he and Maurois were friends & colleagues. Beautifully framed & glazed & creatively triple matted to an overall size of 13" x 16. An excellent display. "A people always ends by resembling its shadow." Said by Kipling to Author & Critic André Maurois c. 1930, on the subject of the transformation of Germany. Quoted in Maurois, The Art of Writing, "The Writer's Craft," Sect. 2 (1960) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Typescript draft of ‘To you old ox at the stall’ with holograph corrections.

      1967 - 5 typed pages on rectos only, first line in red, multiple holograph corrections and additions throughout in black and blue ink, pp. [5], 4to, original self wrappers printed in black with corrections in pencil and ink, red border to front with coffee drip, some creasing and marks, good The poem is here titled ‘Christmas at Itteringham 1967’ (crossed-through) and ‘Buntry Farmhouse Xmas 67’ - for the published version, Barker elected simply to use the first line as its title. Barker moved to Buntry farmhouse in Norfolk, with his wife Elspeth and their three children, in 1967 and remained there for the rest of his life. This poem is a record of their first family Christmas in their new home. The version here shows variants for many lines.

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        Chang Dai-chien's paintings: with 130 reproductions of the master's paintings since 1944, SIGNED by Chang Dai Chien

      Hong Kong: East Society, 1967 - 1st edition, 1st printing. Quarto, 28.7*21.6*1.7cm. Text in English and Chinese. 130 p, chiefly illustrations. Edited and published by Kao Ling-mei, English text by Yao Hsin-nung. Complete with 130 paintings. Signed by Chang Dai Chien in Chinese. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Monterey Pop Festival Tickets, Program, and Business Card

      Monterey Pop Festival Inc., [Monterey, California] 1967 - Collection of items from the Monterey Pop Festival, including four concert tickets, measuring 3.5" x 1.25"; two business cards, measuring 3.5" x 4"; and a quarto, 80-page full-color event program perfectbound in stiff paper wrappers. The tickets and business card are fine, while the program is near fine with very minor wear at the extremities. The legendary three-day Monterey Pop Festival, held in Monterey, California on June 16-18, 1967, included a lineup of classic rock performers second only to Woodstock. It is considered by some music historians as an even more important event: it kicked off the Summer of Love, was the first widely promoted and heavily attended rock festival, featured a particularly diverse group of performers, and was an early model of benefit concerts to follow (almost all the musicians performed for free, with all proceeds donated to a charitable foundation). The four tickets included here are unused front-row seats, labeled "stage front," for performances held on Friday, Saturday, and two different times on Sunday. The two double-sided business cards are from concert producer Alan Pariser, who first dreamed up the idea of the festival, with the address for the festival's office and its logo and artwork featuring Pan playing his flute. The event program is filled with editorials, advertisements, illustrations, and photographs of Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, Simon & Garfunkel, and Otis Redding, as well as several other performers who did not appear (The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and The Beach Boys), but who placed ads in support of the festival. This includes full-page artwork by The Beatles made specially for the program (Paul McCartney had also arranged for the booking of Hendrix and The Who at the festival). Also sprinkled throughout are essays from various musicians, critics, and music industry insiders including Leonard Bernstein, Jan Wenner, Bob Shelton, Derek Taylor, Peter Tork, and others commenting on the forthcoming festival. A wonderful collection of items from the first major pop music festival. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?

      New York: Harper & Row. (1967). First. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author: "To Mrs. Thomas Taylor In appreciation for your great support. Martin Luther King, Jr." A beautiful copy of this extended essay on power and its uses. .

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      1967 - Signed "Wernher von Braun" on NASA letterhead dated July 17, 1967. The letter is addressed to Luigi Romersa in Rome, Italy. The letter also mentions Bart Slattery who was Chief of Public Affairs at the NASA Marshall Space Center. Letter in fine condition. Wernher von Braun (1912-1977) was one of the most important rocket developers and champions of space exploration during the period between the 1930s and the 1970s. As a youth he became enamored with the possibilities of space exploration by reading the science fiction of Jules Verne and H.G. Wells, and from the science fact writings of Hermann Oberth, whose 1923 classic study, Die Rakete zu den Planetenräumen (By Rocket to Space), prompted young von Braun to master calculus and trigonometry so he could understand the physics of rocketry. From his teenage years, von Braun had held a keen interest in space flight, becoming involved in the German rocket society, Verein fur Raumschiffarht (VfR), as early as 1929. As a means of furthering his desire to build large and capable rockets, in 1932 he went to work for the German army to develop ballistic missiles. While engaged in this work, on 27 July 1934, von Braun received a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Berlin. Von Braun is well known as the leader of what has been called the "rocket team," which developed the V-2 ballistic missile for the Nazis during World War II. The V-2s were manufactured at a forced labor factory called Mittelwerk. Scholars are still reassessing his role in these controversial activities. The brainchild of von Braun's rocket team operating at a secret laboratory at Peenemünde on the Baltic coast, the V-2 rocket was the immediate antecedent of those used in space exploration programs in the United States and the Soviet Union. A liquid propellant missile extending some 46 feet in length and weighing 27,000 pounds, the V-2 flew at speeds in excess of 3,500 miles per hour and delivered a 2,200 pound warhead to a target 500 miles away. First flown in October 1942, it was employed against targets in Europe beginning in September 1944. By the beginning of 1945, it was obvious to von Braun that Germany would not achieve victory against the Allies, and he began planning for the postwar era. Before the Allied capture of the V-2 rocket complex, von Braun engineered the surrender of 500 of his top rocket scientists, along with plans and test vehicles, to the Americans. For fifteen years after World War II, von Braun would work with the United States army in the development of ballistic missiles. As part of a military operation called Project Paperclip, he and his "rocket team" were scooped up from defeated Germany and sent to America where they were installed at Fort Bliss, Texas. There they worked on rockets for the United States army, launching them at White Sands Proving Ground, New Mexico. In 1950 von Braun's team moved to the Redstone Arsenal near Huntsville, Alabama, where they built the Army's Jupiter ballistic missile. In 1960, his rocket development center transferred from the army to the newly established NASA and received a mandate to build the giant Saturn rockets. Accordingly, von Braun became director of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center and the chief architect of the Saturn V launch vehicle, the superbooster that would propel Americans to the Moon. Von Braun also became one of the most prominent spokesmen of space exploration in the United States during the 1950s. In 1970, NASA leadership asked von Braun to move to Washington, DC, to head up the strategic planning effort for the agency. He left his home in Huntsville, Alabama, but after about two years he decided to retire from NASA and to go to work for Fairchild Industries of Germantown, Maryland. He died in Alexandria, Virginia, on 16 June 1977. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community?

      New York: Harper & Row, 1967 - Inscribed on the dedication page, "To Harlow Unger, with Best Wishes for Peace and Brotherhood. Martin Luther King, Jr." Mr. Unger had just done an interview in 1967 for the CBC with Rev. King First edition. 8vo. . Half black cloth and boards. Fine in fine unclipped dj with one short closed tear [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Smith of Wooton Major

      Houghton Mifflin and Co. 1967 - Price clipped dj. Gift inscription. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? Chaos or Community?

      New York: Harper & Row. Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket. 1967. First Edition. Hardcover. Slight wear & slight chipping to DJ; SIGNED to front free endpaper, likely by secretary. Pamphlet laid in reprinting speech by Jack Greenberg of the NAACP. Stated first edition ; 8vo; 209 pages .

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        Don't Just STAND There! [The Wrong Venus] (Original screenplay for the 1968 film)

      Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1967. Final Script for the 1968 film, based on the 1966 novel, "The Wrong Venus" (published in the UK as "Don't Just Stand There!") by Charles Williams, who also adapted it for the screen. Prop master C.S. Chrisman's copy, with his trademark holograph ink initial on the front wrapper, and profuse holograph notations throughout the text regarding scenes that will require props. Screenwriter Charles Williams was one of the most popular hard-boiled authors in the Gold Medal stable, publishing a string of paperback originals that sold well, as well as six hardcover titles in the latter half of his career. All told, he produced a body of work that has placed him today in the pantheon of the great hard-boiled writers. Beginning in the early 1960s, he found work as a screenwriter, adapting his novel "All the Way" (first adapted in the US as an obscure, late film noir, "The 3rd Voice," in 1960) as a comedy for French director Marcel Ophuls. This American adaptation of his novel, "The Wrong Venus," for Universal, was the first of two screenplays Williams wrote in Hollywood, also a comedy. In the story, Robert Wagner is hired to finish a "sex" novel by a famous authoress in Europe (Mary Tyler Moore) who has suddenly decided to stop writing. Red studio wrappers, noted as FINAL SCREENPLAY on the front wrapper and dated February 8, 1967. Title page present, with credits for producer Stan Marguiles and screenwriter Williams. 131 leaves, mimeograph, eye-rest green stock. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with three gold brads.

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      Casterman 1967 - RO40189042: 11 volumes reliés (années-recueils) et 64 fascicules d'env. 100 pages chacun. 6, puis 7 numéros par année. Couvertures brochées conservées dans les ouvrages reliés. Pièces de titre rouges sur les dos, avec titre, tomaison et filets dorés. Etiquettes de code sur les dos. Tampons de bibliothèque en 1res pages. N° 6 de nov. 1950 et n° 3 de mai 1953 manquants. Du n° 1, 1re année, jan. 1946, au n° 7, 22e année, déc. 1967. Sommaire du n° 1, jan. 1946: Le Saint-Siège et la Démocratie, J. Dermine. Un expérience de vie, 24 mois de vie sacerdotale au milieu des prisonniers, Marius Levallois. Melchisédech a-t-il offert un sacrifice, figure de l'Eucharistie ?, Pierre Samain. Eucharistie et Corps mystique dans Saint Paul I Cor., X, 17, Pierre Samain. La Consécration, partie essentielle de la Messe ?, Joseph Thomas, etc. Sommaire du n° 7, déc. 1967: J.M. Georgery, Pour une Eglise accueillante aux travailleurs musulmans. Ch. Lefevre et E. Michel, Adaptation des séminaires: Louvain et Jumet. M. Dayez, Certitudes et possibilités en morale conjugale. M. Papeleux, Chronique de lectures: Citoyen du monde. J. Huard, Dimension sacramentelle du mariage. In-8 Relié. Bon état. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 270-Histoire et géographie de l'Eglise [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Canteen Owned by John Wayne ?used in ?The Green Berets?

      n.p., c. 1967 This olive green covered metal Canteen was purchased at the October 6-7, 2011, Heritage Auction of ?The Personal Property of John Wayne.? Imprinted under the top of this G.P. Ammo Bag is ?Morrow & Douglas / 1944? and, under the lower strip, ?U.S.,? indicating it was manufactured for the U.S. Army during World War II. The Vietnam War motion picture ?The Green Berets? (1968) was the only John Wayne movie for which the U.S. Army provided accoutrements. In addition to supplies and equipment, the U.S. Army even supplied Wayne with actual weapons for use during the filming. John Wayne starred and also directed ?The Green Berets.? His son Michael was the producer and son Patrick was one of the stars. The canteen (including covering) is approximately 8.25? x 5.5?. Fine condition.John Wayne had written to President Lyndon B. Johnson about making a film based on Robin Moore?s book, ?The Green Berets.? LBJ?s assistant Bill Moyers wrote back that the President ?was interested in the project and

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        Frost On Sunday and The Frost Report: Typescripts of sketches, many amended by hand, written for two shows starring David Frost.

      Np -8, N.p. [London] 1967 - A small quantity of original typescripts, printed typescripts and photocopied typescripts, many secured with staple to top left corner, and many with handwritten amendments, additions and deletions. Housed in a blue card folder bearing a typed white paper label label reading TERRY JONES & MIKE PALIN. Some wear and toning consistent with their age, staples mostly rusted, otherwise in near fine condition. A SMALL QUANTITY OF ORIGINAL, PRINTED AND PHOTOCOPIED TYPESCRIPTS OF SKETCHES WRITTEN BY TERRY JONES AND MICHAEL PALIN FOR FROST ON SUNDAY AND THE FROST REPORT, WITH EXTENSIVE CORRECTIONS, AMENDMENTS AND REWRITES BY BOTH. Terry Jones and Michael Palin first met as undergraduates at Oxford and, after graduating, began writing together for TV comedy shows. All the future Pythons save Terry Gilliam worked together for the first time on The Frost Report (1966-7), which also featured, both as writers and performers, Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett. The show ran for twenty-eight episodes over two series, and launched everyone who was to be anyone in British comedy for the next twenty years. Less well-known but just as formative for those who worked on it, Frost On Sunday ran for thirty-six episodes between 1968 and 1970. It again featured the two Ronnies, and featured among its writers Barry Cryer, David Nobbs, Esmonde and Larbey, Dick Vosburgh, Neil Shand -- and Jones and Palin, once again writing as a team. Although the programme only ever credited the pair as writers on two late episodes, the material offered here shows that the pair were an integral part of the team from the show's beginning. This remarkable collection features one sketch written for The Frost Report.; most of the rest of the material was written for Frost On Sunday. Many episodes of the show were wiped and are now presumed lost; the surviving material has been released on a 3-disc DVD distributed by Network. A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF ORIGINAL SKETCH MATERIAL BY TWO OF BRITAIN'S BIGGEST COMEDY NAMES, WRITTEN JUST BEFORE THE BIRTH OF MONTY PYTHON. The sketches for Frost On Sunday, all typescripts, are headed FROST ON SUNDAY unless otherwise stated, followed by either 'by Terry Jones & Michael Palin' or 'by Jones & Palin', and are as follows: -- Julie Andrews. 3pp. 2 copies. i) Original typescript written for Palin to perform with Ronnie Corbett (specified in text). ii)Photocopied typescript, earlier draft, with pencilled amendments in Palin's hand to first page. Dated 22 July 1968. -- Political Commentator. 1p. 2 copies, one typescript and one photocopy, the latter heavily rewritten in Palin's hand. Dated 31 July 1968. -- Holidays. 2pp. 2 copies, one typescript and one photocopy Dated 1 August 1968. -- The New Breed. 2 copies, 2pp. and 3pp. Printed typescripts, same text but differently set. 2pp. version dated 8 August 1968. Other undated. -- Olympics Selection. 2pp. Printed typescript, written for Palin to perform with Ronnie Corbett (specified in text). Dated 14 August 1968. -- The Friendly Postman and The Friendly Postman Mark II (two copies). 2pp. each. Original typescripts and a printed typescript, significantly different drafts of the same sketch, written for Ronnie Corbett to perform (specified in the text). Four minor handwritten corrections to the first draft, one to the second, and two to the printed copy. All three headed FORST [sic]ON SUNDAY; both dated 15 August 1968. -- New University. 1p. Original typescript. Three small handwritten corrections, inked ticks and question marks to margin. Dated 21 August 1968. -- Nixon. 2pp. Printed typescript. Dated 22 August 1968. -- Cricket Commentators. 3pp. Photocopied typescript, with numerous rewrites in Palin's hand in blue biro. Dated 27 August 1968. -- Argyll And Sutherland Highlanders (film). 2pp. Original typescript. Inked ticks, crosses and question marks to margin, otherwise unmarked. Dated 27 August 1968. -- Opening Speech. 1p. Photocopied typescript. Dated 11 September 1968. -- Monologue For His Good Sel

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        Startling Mystery Stories, Volume 1, 2 & 3, # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, ---18 Issues ---the Complete Set ( Glass Floor & Reaper's Image by Stephen King )( Whole Number: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 )

      N.Y.: Health Knowledge Inc / Startling Mystery Stories, Volume 1, 2 & 3, # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1st Edition, 1st Printing for All 18 Issues - ---------18 volumes, all are Near Fine copies, just dandy copies meant for the collector, some volumes have a bit of browning to the paper, short corner crease on volume 18, the 2 most important issues are the STEPHEN KING issues, they are not only desireable but surprisingly scarce in comparison to the other volumes, volume 1 # 6 contains: My Lady of the Tunnel by Arthur J Burks; The Glass Floor by Stephen King; Death from Within by Sterling S Cramer; A Vision (verse) by Robert E Howard; Aim for Perfection by Beverly Haaf; The Dark castle by Marion Brandon; Dona Diabla by Anna Hunger; The Druid's Shadow ( Jules de Grandin ) by Seabury Quinn; ---volume 2 # 6 contains: The Woman with the Velvet Collar by Gaston Leroux; The Reaper's Image by Stephen King; Sirrush (verse) by L Sprague de Camp; Sword for a Sinner by Edward D Hoch; Tiger by Bassett Morgan; The City of the Blind by Murray leinster (aka Will Jenkins ), ---THE GLASS FLOOR by King is his first professionally published piece and pre-dates his first book, Carrie, by a full 7 years, both of the King issues are quite scarce especially the 1st issue, ---VOLUME 1 contains: Village of the Dead by Edward D Hoch; House of the Hatchet by Robert Bloch; The Off Season by Gerald W Page; The Tell Tale Heart by Poe; The Lurking Fear by H P Lovecraft; The Awful Injustice by S B H Hurst; Ferguson's Capsules by Derleth; The Mansion of Unholy magic by Quinn ---VOLUME 2 contains: House of Horror by Quinn; The Men in Black by John Brunner; The Strange Case of Pascal by Hoch; Doctor Satan by Paul Ernst; Secret of the City by Terry Carr & Ted White; The Street by Lowndes; Scourge of the B'Moth by Bertram Russell ---.VOLUME 3 contains: The Inn of Terror by Gaston Leroux; The Other by Lowndes; The Door of Doom by Hugh B Cave; A Matter of Blleding by Ralph E Hayes; Esmerelda by Roma Wells; The Trial for Murder by Charles Collins & Charles Dickens; The Blood Flower by Quinn ---VOLUME 4 contains: The Tottenham Werewolf by August Derleth; The Secret of Lost valley by Robert E Howard; Medium for Justice by Victor Rousseau; Si Urag of the Tail by Oscar Cook; The Temptation of Harringay by H G wells; The Tenants of Broussac, a Jules de Grandin story by Seabury Quinn ---VOLUME 5 contains: Gods of East & West by Quinn; The Council & The House by Lowndes; Behind the Curtain by Leslie Jones; A Game of Chess by Robert Barr; The man from Nowhere by Hoch; Darkness on Fifth Avenue by Leinster ---VOLUME 7 contains: Bride of the Peacock by E Hoffman Price Nice Old House by Dona Tolson; Those Who Seek by Derleth; John bartine's Watch by Ambrose Bierce; The Pet of Mrs Lilith by Tobert Barbour Johnson; The Man Who Changed the Lightning by paul Ernst; ---VOLUME 8 contains: The White Lady of the Orphanage by Quinn; The Gray People by John Campbell Haywood; And Then No More by Jay Tyler; The Endocrine Monster by R Anthony; The Return of the Sorcerer by Clark Ashton Smith; The Three from the Tomb by Edmond Hamilton ---VOLUME 9 contains: The Black Mass by Colonel S P Meek; The Last Archer by Earl Pierce Jr.; The Sight of Roses by Jay Tyler; Acrophobia (verse) by L Sprague de Camp; Webbed hands by Ferdinand Berthoud; Hollywood Horror -a Dr Satan novelet by Paul Ernst ---VOLUME 10 contains: The House of the Living Dead by harold Ward; The Indoor Safari by Max Nugor; The House Party at Smoky Island by L M Montgomery; Settler's Wall by Lowndes; The Isle of Missing Ships, a Jules De Grandin Story by Seabury Quinn ---VOLUME 11 contains: Wolf Hollow Bubbles by David H Keller; Mrs Kaye by beverly Haaf; The Haunter of the Ring by Robert E Howard; The Vengeance of India, a Jules de Grandin story by Seabury Quinn; After Sunset by Philip Philip Hazleton; The Ship of Silent Men by Philip M Fisher; The Whisperer (verse) by Lowndes ---VOLUME 13 contains: The Gray Killer by Everil Worrell; The Scar by J Ramsey Campbell; Where ther's Smoke by Donna Gould Welk; Ancient Fires, a Jules de Grandin story by Seabury Quinn; The Cases of Jule [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King

      Houghton Mifflin Company 1967 - 1st printing of the Revised 2nd edition. Volume 1 first 2 chapter pages show slight corner creases. No further defects present. Top edges stained orange, red, and purple, respectively. All books include fold-out maps. Dustjackets mild edgewear. Vol. 1 dustjacket small edgetears. All dustjackets protected within mylar covers. Dustjackets include price of six dollars on top flap. Bindings sturdy, cloth boards very bright, corners sharp and inner pages unmarked. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Menaud maître-draveur

      Fides, Montréal et Paris 1967 - In-4. 211 pages. Sous étui de toile. Plein maroquin havane, tranche supérieure dorée, pages de garde marbrées. Reliure signée Lise Dubois. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bouquet De Rêves

      Fernand Mourlot, France 1967 - In-4° (331 x 257), en feuilles, sous couverture blanche rempliée et illustrée d'une lithographie sur les 2 plats. Chemise et étui d'éditeur,18 lithographies en couleurs soit : 1 frontispice, 11 in-texte, 6 hors-texte dont 3 à double page. Edition totale à 200, celui-ci n° 47, 1 des 150 sur Vélin de Rives, signé par l'artiste au colophon [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Pardoner's Tale. With woodcuts by Bronislaw M. Bak. [In a Silvia Rennie Design Bookbinding].

      Studio Press, Chicago. An out-of-series copy printed on Strathmore Ivory Antique paper (The Colophon mentions a total of 285 copies). In a design bookbinding by Silvia Rennie. 1967 - Size of the binding: 14 1/4 inches x 11 1/4 in., half-title; colophon page; title-page with a woodcut; 82 pp., printed on one side of the page only, each page with a woodcut, and text in Cloister Black type on the side. In a stunning design bookbinding created by Silvia Rennie, with her name, blind-stamped on the lower edge of the inner back cover. The binding features flexible covers which are bound with four black leather flat bands across the spine and the inner covers and cover fore-edges. The front and back covers display a running panorama of figures and scenes relating to the Pardoner's Tale in black, white and red leather inlays and onlays, with some objects depicted in silver, and with her typical silver stars and dots. There are two figures in medieval dress, one is based on a Bak woodcut; a figure of death, skull, dice, playing cards, jugs, goblets, a crossed sword and spear, a cityscape and various other objects. With the top-edge stained in an abstract pattern in red and purple, with various sized silver dots. This is one of Silvia Rennie's finest interpretive bindings. Housed in a specially constructed, top-opening case, which has two drop-back sides, the case in covered in black cloth, with a red leather title label with the titling in silver, which is mounted on one side; a red paper-covered inner flap folds over the book, and is partly visible from the cut-out top of the case, when the case is laying flat; the lower interior, of the box, and the underside of the flap is lined with gray suede Weight: 7 lbs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Derniers messages. Derriere Le Miroir No 166.

      - Paris, Maeght Éditeur 1967. Folio. Number 37 of 150 copies on vélin de lana. (4),18,(14, 3 last blank). Seven colour litographs. Unsewn as issued in original chemise and slipcase. Slipcase slightly rubbed and bumped lower corner at spine. 39,5 x 29 cm.*The seven litographs are: Front cover design, three double page plates and three single page plates. Also 8 portrait photographs of Braque at work.[#\10593]

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      - Lausanne et Paris, Editions du Bibliophile et Union latine d'éditions, 1967. Trois ouvrages réunis dans un coffret : 1. FAC-SIMILE du volume latin d'après l'exemplaire unique conservé au musée de Bâle et illustré par HOLBEIN (Edition Johannes FROBEN 1515). 17x23 cm. Reliure en pleine peau de truie. Plats ornés d'encadrements à volutes en relief dans le style des reliures du XVIème siècle. Dos lisse portant le nom ERASMVS à l'encre brune. 2. TRADUCTION française illustrée de bois de JEAN CHIEZE. 19,5x24,5 cm. Tranche supérieure dorée. Reliure en pleine peau noire ornée sur les plats d'un motif de fou montant et descendant un escalier. Dos lisse portant le nom ERASME en lettres dorées. 3. ETUDE de Hanspeter Landolt sur l'édition de 1515 de l'Eloge de la folie. 15,5x23 cm. Broché. Couverture rempliée verte. L'ensemble est conservé dans un magnifique coffret doublé de velour rouge à l'intérieur et recouvert de feuilles de bois minces à l'extérieur. Ensemble en excellent état et de facture très soignée, notamment le facsimilé. Tirage limité à 5000 exemplaires. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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