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        New York: The New Art Scene

      New York: Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1967. First edition. Hardcover. Text by Alan Solomon A collection of black and white images by Mulas that brilliantly captures the feel and essence of the New York art scene in the 1960's. A clean very near fine copy in a very good dust jacket with a 1" wide by 1.5" chip at the base of the spine that extends to the front panel and with some other edge wear and edge tears. Still, a very nice copy of this classic. (Roth 186)

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA]
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        IHad Trouble Getting From Solla Sollew

      Collins London 1967 - Excellent and hard to find, especially in this undamaged condition. No jacket as issued in the UK. Firm and clean, just one neat inscription. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Booksniffer]
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        die blaue flut

      [Stgt.], Ed. Mayer [ca. 1967].. kl.-8°. 221 nn. S. OKart. Einbd. fleckig. Mit eh., mehrzeil. Widmung d. Künstlers a. d. Innendeckel, dat. [19]67.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
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        No Way to Treat a Lady (Original screenplay for the 1964 film)

      Los Angeles: Paramount, 1967. Final Script for the 1968 film, "No Way to Treat a Lady," based on the 1964 novel by William Goldman, written for the screen by John Gay, and starring Rod Steiger, Lee Remick, and George Segal. & & One of the best unsung crime films of the 1960s, wherein Rod Steiger was given an opportunity for a field day as a serial killer who is a master of disguise; one of the few later roles he didn't overplay, and one of Segal's best performances as well. One of many fine adaptations of novels by William Goldman (Marathon Man, The Princess Bride), who was also a very successful screenwriter. & & Dark blue studio wrappers, stamped "FINAL SHOOTING SCRIPT" on the front wrapper, and dated June 13, 1967 on both the front wrapper and title page. Credits on the front wrapper and title page for screenwriter Gay and producer Sol C. Siegel. 144 leaves, all eye-rest green, mimeograph, rectos only. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, with a glassine cover bound in ahead of the front wrapper, as issued. In a custom quarter-leather clamshell box.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

      London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., , 1967. Illustrated by Faith Jaques. Octavo. Original laminated pictorial boards, titles to front cover and spine in black. Vignette illustrations by Jaques in the text throughout. Ends and corners slightly rubbed, and spine a little rolled, but still an excellent copy. First UK edition, first impression. A very nice copy of the increasingly scarce first UK edition (originally published New York, Knopf, 1964, with illustrations by Joseph Schindelman).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Thomas Y. Crowell, New York 1967 - 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. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Philip (First Edition)

      Crowell, New York 1967 - First Edition. Fine in a bright, Near Fine dust jacket. An extraordinarily bright, fresh copy, with only the most minor wear to note, and none of the usual fading to the yellow spine panel. Easily Westlake's scarcest title, an illustrated children's book distributed almost exclusively to libraries. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        Poemes de Georges Seferis [Signed; Signee]

      Paris & Bruges: Editions Rombaldi, 1967. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. Picasso, Pablo. A Very Good + copy of the first edition, first printing, in the Publisher's original decorated faux vellum over boards (minor handling soil, slight darkening to the spine and board edges, light curve to the boards), SIGNED BY GEORGE SEFERIS beneath his portrait on page 24; a tribute to George Seferis' winning of the 1963 Nobel Prize in Literature for "his eminent lyrical writing, inspired by a deep feeling for the Hellenic world of culture". George Seferis, a Greek Diplomat and Ambassador to the UK, and one of the Twentieth Century's most important Greek Poets, was the first Greek ever to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature. With 6 full-page illustrations within, and a cover illustration by Picasso, all commissioned especially for this tribute publication, the elegant volume contains poetry by Seferis written prior to his winning the Prize (1963). [Text in French.] The book itself is quite uncommon and signed copies are exceedingly so. A Very Good + copy, SIGNED BY GEORGE SEFERIS. SCARCE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        Typed Contract signed between Jagger and writers* Christopher Gibbs and Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon whereby Jagger engages them to write a "full cinematograph film treatment" based on the Arthurian romance, "Sir Gawain and The Green Knight"

      N.p. [London:], 5 december, 1967. Folio. 6 pp., accomplished in ink, signed by all parties and witnessed by a fourth, Jagger's signature appearing over a six pence stamp of the Queen. Stapled to red paper backing. Old folds, but overall very good . [with:] Typescript of the treatment, entitled "The Story of Venus and the Quest for Arthur's Kingdom". [16] pp., 4to, N.p., n.d. With numerous ink corrections, deletions and additions in ms. Slightly ragged at edges, dog-eared, with some soiling, but complete and intact. Toward the late 1960s, when the Rolling Stones had evolved into a major rock band, Mick Jagger's ambition was turning to film as a possible outlet for his charismatic talents. One of the zanier projects Jagger developed was that of producing and starring in a film based on the Arthurian romance of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. As Marianne Faithfull, his girlfriend at the time, later wrote; "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!" The present contract records the terms of that somewhat improbable project, which, not surprisingly, never materialized - but is nonetheless, an important document early in the career, at a critical juncture, of one of the revolutionary icons of the 60's counter culture. *Gibbs is a well known collector, designer, and style guru who decorated Jagger's house on Cheyne Walk, and whose own house was used in a scene in Michaelangelo Antonioni's Blow Up. Gibbs was later employed by co-director Donald Cammell on the film Performance as the Consultant Designer of the character Turner's house. Lesmoir- Gordon was a film editor at the time working for David Cammell, of Cammel, Hudson and Brownjohn. David Cammell co-produced Performance. Lesmoir-Gordon has since produced and directed several television documentaries, among which is the award winning The Colours of Infinity, written by Lesmoir- Gordon and presented by Arthur C. Clarke, with music by David Gilmour of Pink Floyd

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        A Hall of Mirrors

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1967. A review copy of his first book, a novel of drifters in New Orleans in the early Sixties caught up in the web of a quasi-religious political machine. Winner of the William Faulkner Award for best first novel of the year as well as a Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship Award. Fine in a fine dust jacket -- completely lacking the rubbing that typically afflicts this title, or the fading to the spine lettering -- with review slip laid in. A beautiful copy, scarce in this condition, and especially as an advance copy. . First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        A Hall of Mirrors (First Edition, signed review copy)

      Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1967. First Edition. First Edition. First issue jacket with "$5.95" and Stegner blurb on the front flap. SIGNED by Stone on the title page. REVIEW COPY, with publisher's "compliments of" card laid in. & & Just a hint of rubbing to the jacket, else about Fine in a Fine dust jacket. A bright, attractive copy of the author's debut, as about as nice as one could hope to find.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Moonstrips Empire News

      London: Editions Alecto. 1967. First printing. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, 1967--SIGNED and numbered. Portfolio of 100 screenprints (collated complete)--of which 8 are signed by the artist--on various papers and acetate (printed by Kelpra Studios, London with their stamp verso) housed in 2-part original formed acrylic box (fabricated by Herault Studios). Overall Very Good condition, top edge of the tray part of the acrylic box is broken of and not present, contents Fine. Number 489 of 500 copies. Titlepage, colophon, and introductory text by Christopher Finch. Sculptor, collagist, printmaker, filmmaker, and writer Eduardo Paolozzi was born in Edinburgh in 1924. He studied at the College of Art, St. Martin's School of Art, and the Slade School of Fine Art. Paolozzi spent the years between 1947 and 1949 in Paris, where he got to know Arp, Brancusi, Giacometti, and Leger and dealt with Surrealism as well as 'art brut'. Paolozzi was co-founder of the "Independent Group" in London in 1952/53, which discussed thoughts of including trivial culture and that way gave decisive impulses for the development of English Pop Art. Paolozzi's work changed radically in 1961 when he began using prefabricated aluminum and brass casting moulds, creating an homage to modern machines and technology. RARE ITEM.

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB]
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        Der Zeichner Alfred Kubin unter Mitwirkung der Graphischen Sammlung Albertina und des Oberösterreichischen Landesmuseums. Katalogbearbeitung Alfred Marks

      Salzburg, Residenz 1967.. gr.-4°. 452 (1) S. Mit 12 Textabb. u. 188 tlw. farb. Taf. OLdr. m. Blindpräg. in ill. OSchuber. Tadellos. Eines v. nur 100 num. Expl. in Ziegenleder gebunden.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
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        New York: The New Art Scene

      [New York/Milan]: Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1967. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/Poor. Small Folio. Linen over boards with black lettering on spine, photo-pictorial endpapers; photo-pictorial dust jacket; pp. 337, [7]; with more than 500 b/w photographs. Stated first edition. One corner slightly frayed; small bump at top edge of both boards; binding a trifle shaken. Dust jacket sunned, chipped, and price-clipped; in two pieces and missing half the spine, pieced back together (no adhesive) in mylar. In the course of one year, Mulas made three extended visits to New York, and the result is this unique, personal, and up-close document of the Pop Art scene. It includes enlarged contact sheets, glimpses into private studios, and environmental portraits of Marcel Duchamp, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol (to name just a few).

      [Bookseller: Barnes & Noble Collectibles NYC]
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        An Historical Collection of the Several Voyages and Discoveries in the South Pacific Ocean. In 2 Volumes. Volume I. Being Chiefly a Literal Translation from the Spanish Writers. Volume II. Containing the Dutch Voyages

      Amsterdam / New York: Nico Israel / Da Capo 1967, Facsimile Reprint of 1770 London Edition. (Hardcover issued without dust jacket) xxx,1l.,24,202;124,20pp. +[60]pp. Near fine. 2 volumes in One. Quarto. (26 x 20 cm.) with 4 folding maps and 11 plates (4 folding). Bound in simulated vellum. A collection of the voyages and discoveries in the South Pacific Ocean, in two parts. Series: Bibliotheca Australiana 11..

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books]
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        Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?

      New York: Harper & Row, 1967 First edition, first printing. Presentation copy; signed and inscribed by Martin Luther King, Jr. and additionally signed by his wife, Coretta Scott King, on the front endpaper to their close friends: "To our friends/ June & Kelvin Wall/ For whom we have great/ respect and admiration/ Martin Luther King Jr." and also signed "Coretta Scott King" below. About fine with only a crease to one page (173); in an excellent and extremely crisp unclipped jacket with a few minor scuffs to the rear panel. A lovely copy with a very pleasant and reverential inscription, and especially scarce with the additional signature of Coretta Scott King. This is the only copy we have seen or we've been able to locate with both of the Kings' signatures.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        Dossier 2357. The Thirteen Most Wanted, Police Department, City of New York

      Paris: Galerie Ileana Sonnabend,, 1967. Small quarto. Original white card wrappers, titles to front cover in black, 6 leaves of text and an original screenprint stapled to the inside back cover. Housed in a rounded spine cloth slipcase with chemise. Screenprint of John Joseph H. Jr. (20.8 x 16.9 cm) Covers lightly rubbed otherwise an excellent copy. First edition, only printing. An exhibition catalogue executed in the style of a criminal's dossier with an original screenprint.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        WE ARE MANY. Translated by Alastair Reid

      Cape Gollard Press. Ltd. London. 1967. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (7.5 x 6.7 inches). LIMITED EDITION. One of just 100 copies, numbered and Signed by Neruda and Reid. Two photographs by Hans Ehrmann. Cut out of a hammer in beige card, by Jim Dine, opposite the photo portrait of Neruda. Dual English - Spanish text. Brown, rough textured, paper covered boards with the spine lettered in gilt. A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper of brown hand made paper with white wisps all over and red lettering to the spine and front panel. Immaculate.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Andy Warhol's Index (Book)

      New York: Random House. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION (preferred hardcover issue), of Warhol's iconic Index (Book). "Andy Warhol's Index (Book), which is an expensive rarity today, was another portrait of the mysterious silver factory as a schizoid fin house. It consists primarily of photographs, blank pages, joke pages, and a pop-up cut-out of a medieval castle inhabited by Warhol's superstars above the logo 'We are constantly under attach.' The text is a rambling, seemingly random, classically monosyllabic interview with Warhol. Although it stands today as an essential report on the Warhol factory, the Index book operates on a different level entirely inasmuch as it does not rely primarily on language" (Bockris, Warhol: The Biography). Complete with pop-up castle, Hunt's Tomato Paste can; a folded geodesic dome (with tear at tab, as often); a sheet of stamps to be placed in water (with bottom two stamps removed); a paper accordion; a multi-colored pop-up airplane; a paper disc with "The Chelsea Girls" in printed type on wire spring; a 45 R.P.M. flexi-disc with portrait of Lou Reed, which plays a supposedly unrecorded song by Nico and the Velvet Underground; and an illustration of a nose with two colored overlays on a double-folded page; balloon melted and fusing the two pages (as always). New York: Random House, 1967. Octavo, original black cloth with holographic front board. Small neat owner signature on front pastedown. Old tape securing a one tab, a few stray marks to binding. An exceptionally bright copy, one of the nicest we've seen.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        May We Borrow Your Husband?

      London: The Bodley Head,, 1967. And Other Comedies of the Sexual Life. Octavo. Original patterned paper boards, green cloth backstrip, titles to spine gilt, grey endpapers, top edge dyed mauve. A fine copy. First edition, first impression. Number 1 from a limited edition of 500 signed copies, this a presentation copy additionally inscribed by the author, "For Peter with thanks for everything & love from G. Graham Greene".

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Death of a President

      New York: Harper & Row, 1967.. First edition of the historian's most well-known and enduring work. Octavo, original blue cloth. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with the lightest of shelfwear to the crown of the spine. A very bright copy.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Eighteenth Century Views of Florence, Portfolio of 27 Plates (Reproduction of the 1754 Edition Scelta Di XXIV Vedute della principali Contrade, Pizze, Chiese, e Palazzi dell Citta di Firenze)

      New York: Walker and Company, 1967.. Portfolio of 27 plates in facsimile, 17.5 x 22.5 inches, in a buckram bound box. First edition / limited edition of 950 copies, of which this is number 476. Includes 29 page booklet, Views of Florence, which are notes on the individual prints. Original drawings are in the collection of the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York City. Giuseppe Zocchi (c. 1711-1767) was an Italian painter and printmaker, active in Florence, and best known for his vedute of the city. Prints are fine. Box has some wear.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        The Jacobean and Caroline Stage I-VII (7vols.)

      Oxford University Press 1967 - 7 Volumes. Vol. 1-2, 1966 rprints. Vol. 3-5, 1967 reprints. Volume 6 and 7 are 1968. Blue cloth with gilt lettering to spines. Books with preious owner's bookplate to front pastedown. Books are clean and bright throughout. Copies are tight and square. Dust jackets present, all except 6 and 7 are price clipped. Jackets with light edgewear, (a few small chips, little tears and the occasional longer rip). Some of the jacket spines a bit sunned, some with very small and light soil spots. Jackets overall clean and very good. A very nice set. Not ex library, no markings. Clean and tight. Heavy set. Additional shipping charges may apply. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Karol Krysik Books]
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        Bloomsbury Square

      London: Ganymed Original Editions,, 1967. Two colour stone lithograph on heavy wove paper. Excellent condition. Presented in a black wooden box frame with UV perspex. Sheet size 48.3 x 61 cm. Edition of 75. Signed by Lowry centre left. Lowry issued 16 original lithographs, the tramp in Bloomsbury Square being the only image from the South of England.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Two Monumental Hook-Work Parade Banners: Chairman Mao Reviewing The Great Army of the Cultural Revolution

      Urumqi, XinJiang Uyghur Autonomous Region: Cultural Revolution Committee of Urumqi / Xinjiang Army Divisioni, 1967/8. Two extraordinary hand-crafted parade banners, ca. 110" x 84" (9 feet x 7 feet), one slightly smaller. Each entirely composed of hook-work with colored yarns on white muslin backing. Slight age-toning and soil; a few threads loose but no significant losses; Near Fine condition overall. Folded and stored in original velvet draw-string carrying bags, as found.& & Both banners bear the inscription "Chairman Mao Reviewing the Great Army of the Cultural Revolution," and depict the August, 1966 mass rally at Tiananmen Gate, where more than 10 million Red Guards from all over China converged to express their solidarity with Mao and his second-in-command, Lin Biao. Additional text on the lower banner reads "Long Live Chairman Mao for ten thousand years" and "Sailing in the ocean requires a helmsman" -- both quotes from Lin Biao. The agencies responsible for the banners are identified in lower right of each: "Cultural Revolution Committee of Xinjiang Army Division, 1968" (upper banner) and "Cultural Revolution Committee of Urumqi, 1967" (lower). & & The presence of Biao (the figure to the right of Mao, holding the Little Red Book in the top banner) is of particular interest. Biao, compiler of The Quotations of Chairman Mao (popularly known as the "Little Red Book") and coiner of the phrase "Maoism," was probably more responsible than any other figure for creating the cult of personality around Mao, particularly at the time of the Cultural Revolution. He quickly ascended Party ranks, and was widely seen as Mao's obvious successor. But in 1971, Biao was exposed in the process of an apparent coup attempt (the details of the event have never been made public). He died in an airplane crash attempting to leave China, and from this point forward was officially condemned as a traitor by the Communist Party; any record of his achievements on behalf of the Revolution was expunged from the official record, and any positive image of Biao would have been confiscated and destroyed as a matter of course -- suggesting either that these banners left China prior to 1971, or that they remained out of sight until some later date. The second possibility is plausible given whence the banners issued - both were created by Red Guard branches in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, an extremely remote province in China's northwest corner (and for many years the center of a militant independence movement for Uyghur and other Turkic minorities). In any case, the precise manner in which these banners left China will likely never be known; they surfaced at a New England antiques show in 2011.

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books]
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        Cien años de Soledad

      A Nobel Prize winner, one of the most important South American literary works of the 20th century. 1967. Buenos Aires. Editorial Sudamericana. In 8vo (197 mm x 130 mm). 351. Pictorial wrappers in excellent condition. Uniform browning as often, else very good. First edition. This can only be regarded as Garcia Marquez? masterpiece, the book that would earn him the Nobel Prize for literature ?along with others- and a position in the ranks of the major league for contemporary authors. As expected the book that ultimately popularized South American literature was an immediate bestseller, with three editions published the same year in June and December, this being the real first edition, published in May. The editorial company was in a rush to have the book published, so it neglected to utilize the image Marquez wanted for the cover, later editions actually have the image he wanted. We should comment on the fact that it is rare finding a copy in the original binding, and in such excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Hs Rare Books]
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      New York: The Chiswick Bookshop [1967].. Folio. Gilt decorated cream paper over boards, edges untrimmed. First edition, U.S. issue, of the first in the sequence of Lubbock's interesting artist's books, limited to a total of 150 numbered copies, designed by Will Carter and printed at the Stellar Press on Barcham Green handmade paper, and signed by the author/artist. The illustrative matter consists of a multitude of double-page, single- page and half-page handprinted intricately worked copperplate engravings and etchings by Lubbock, with colors applied by intaglio and relief, with additional color highlighting applied by hand.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Flosculi Sententiarum [Beatiful Gehenna, One of 50 in full morocco as issued, signed by Baskin] Printers Flowers Moralized

      Northampton, Massachusetts: Gehenna Press, 1967. First edition. Deluxe Edition, Limited to 50 Copies, each numbered in roman numerals, Signed by Leonard Baskin. Deluxe Superbly bound by Arno Werner in superb full citron morocco (only first 50 copies bound such) with gilt ruling on both covers, gilt lettering on spine, together with publisher's folding box consisting of same morocco spine with gilt lettering. A beautiful book printed in many colors with ornaments arranged by Leonard Baskin. Printed by Harold McGrath in Centaur type-face (Bruce Rogers) on handmade paper made in France in 1905. A pristine copy in fine folding box. This is copy xxii.

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        pocket Mirror, The

      New York: Braziller, 1967. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/very good. Dust Jacket protected in a new Brodart cover. Dedicated to a publisher in USA. Some rubbing to dustjacket. Signed with a dedication to Helen Dresser a Random House Representative. It is very rare to find a signed book by Janet Frame.

      [Bookseller: The Last Word]
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        Derriere Le Miroir 164/165. Joan Miró. L'Oiseau Solaire, L'Oiseau Lunaire, Etincelles

      Paris: Maeght. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Fine. SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION, number 25 of only 150 copies signed by Miro. An outstanding production, complete with eight original color lithographs by Miro: five single-page (including the front and back covers), two double-page, and a magnificent triple page fold-out. Printed on Velin de Rives. The limited edition is of vastly superior quality than the corresponding trade issue of Derriere Le Miroir. Paris: Maeght, 1967. Folio, lithographed wrappers; original board chemise and slipcase. A fine copy.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        T.V. Baby Poems

      London: Cape Goliard Press, (1967). Light stain noticeable at the spine heel, else very good in parchment covered boards, Japanese paper dust jacket, a little stained and torn.. First Edition. Limited to 100 copies handbound in hardcover (this being one of Ginsberg's private copies, numbered 102.) A titanic association copy, Beat to Beatle, INSCRIBED by Ginsberg to Paul McCartney prior to publication: "No. 102 / For / Paul McCartney / that / all fantasies / Harmonise Sweetly & / also Hari Krishna! / Scribed by / Allen Ginsberg / Aug. 16, 1967 / Albion." At a later date Ginsberg has added a second inscription: "Re-inscribed Bern Switzerland November 29, 1980 / to [R...] von Kauffungen, who bought / this copy in N.Y. at a book fair 1978. / Allen Ginsberg." (The book was donated by McCartney at a charity auction.) McCartney makes an appearance in this volume in the poem "Middle of a Long Poem on 'These States': Kansas City to St. Louis", and then later uses a line from the poem, "electric arguments," as the title of his 2008 album recorded under the pseudonym the Firemen. The friendship and artistic collaboration between Ginsberg and McCartney was profound and well-documented, yet few if any direct associations between the two have emerged in commerce.

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        Dialogue. Journal des Livres et des Idees", Septembre 1967, no. 3 [Signed by Sanavio and by Pound]

      Lausanne, 1967. First edition. Newspaper format. Near Fine. A Near Fine copy of the September, 1967 issue of "Dialogue. Journal des Livres et des Idees", the Swiss literary and philosophical newspaper. The entire issue is devoted to praise of Ezra Pound and was published in an attempt to persuade the Nobel Committee to award the Nobel Prize in Literature to Pound, with the primary supportive article being written by Piero Sanavio. This copy has been INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY PIERO SANAVIO TO EZRA POUND at the top of the front page as follows: "To Ezra for a happy new year. Piero Sanavio ~ ". This copy ALSO HAS BEEN SIGNED BY EZRA POUND (in a stylish manner and with two exclamation points) on the front page adjacent to his printed portrait. Italian author, poet, translator, and prestigious literature professor Piero Sanavio was born in 1922 to a highly-literary and pro-fascist family. Both a Rockefeller Fellow and a Literary ambassador for the United Nations, Sanavio taught, among other places, at Harvard, Brandeis, University of Michigan, Yale, and Princeton, and championed Pound throughout his career. [Notably, disillusioned with England due to the carnage of World War I, which he blamed on usury and international capitalism, Pound relocated to Italy in 1925 where he later embraced Mussolini's fascism, vocalized support for Hitler, and wrote for publications owned by Oswald Mosley (founder of the British Union of Fascists). During World War II Pound, paid by Italy, made hundreds of radio broadcasts critical of the United States and, as a result thereof, American forces arrested him for treason in 1945.] This issue also contains writing in support of Pound by George Seferis, Eugenio Montale, Ernest Hemingway, and T. S. Eliot, each of whom won the Nobel Prize in Literature, as well as by notable literary figures Edith Sitwell, Lewis Wyndham. This copy, from the Estate of Actor and decorated Naval Officer Douglas Fairbanks with his bookplate loosely laid in, is in excellent condition for such a delicate item, showing mild toning and with the usual newspaper-style spine fold, one additional vertical fold, and one horizontal fold, typical of a newspaper one might fold an extra time to carry under one's arm. There is some wear at the horizontal fold with a tiny split at each end of the fold -- one of which produces a tiny hole at what becomes the center of the issue when it is opened -- and with a tiny hole at what is the center of numbered page 3. (The entire issue is comrised of a single large sheet with printing on both the recto and the verso, producing 4 numbered newspaper-style sheets when folded.) Ephemeral in nature, not very many copies will have survived to the present day and thus the issue itself is quite scarce. Signed copies of this publication are, of course, RARE. A scarce copy of this issue of "Dialogue", devoted entirely to Ezra Pound, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED TO EZRA POUND BY PIERO SANAVIO and ALSO SIGNED BY EZRA POUND. QUITE RARE.

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        ATLAS SHRUGGED (Signed, Limited Edition)

      New York: Random House, 1967. First Edition. Fine/Near Fine. Stated 9th Printing. This is the signed, limited 10-year anniversary edition of Atlas Shrugged. It is a Fine copy of the Book with just a touch of fading to the heel of the blue top stain. Still wrapped in the publisher's acetate jacket and housed in the original cardboard slipcase. Two small nicks to corner of the acetate jacket and a touch of wear to one edge of the cardboard slipcase (and a small stain), but both still Near Fine. & & A lovely, original set of this powerful title. Rand's magnum opus, where she develops her objectivist theory and explores the question, "what if society's genius goes on strike?" One of the most popular and influential books written in the twentieth century, one survey in 1991 finding it second only to the Bible in having the greatest impact upon its readers. Fine in Near Fine. dust jacket.

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        The Back Country

      Lisbon: Fulcrum Press, 1967. Limited edition. Hardcover. Hardcover. Limited edition. A fine book in a fine dust jacket. A special signed and limited edition of 100 copies, of which this is number 22. A lovely copy.

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        [Officina Bodoni] Manuale di Epitteto con Pagine dello Stresso dalle Diatribe

      Verona: Officina Bodoni, 1967. Octavo. 200pp. One of 160 copies. An Italian translation of Epictetus's Handbook by Giacomo Leopardi, together with an excerpt from the Discourses by Vittorio Enzo Alfieri. According to Giovanni Mardersteig, proprietor of the press, in his bibliography, the "appendix contains the little-known but beautiful Latin version of the text of the Handbook which Angelo Poliziano dedicated to Lorenzo di Piero de' Medici." Also with a postscript by Mardersteig. Bound in quarter blue morocco and light blue paper-covered boards, gilt-stamped with the press's device to the front cover and gilt-lettered to spine. Spine shows only the slightest toning, else very fine. Housed in a matching paper-covered slipcase which shows a few spots of soiling. With the bookplate of noted fine press collector Norman J. Sondheim.

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        Vitruvius Britannicus, or the British Architect. Introduction by John Harris

      New York: Benjamin Blom, 1967, 72. . Facsimile edition, four volumes, volumes I and II 4to, volume III folio, volume IV 8vo. Numerous plans and elevations. Original decorated cloth, slight rubbing to the spine of volume I otherwise fine. A landmark series of architectural designs, championing the work of Inigo Jones, Palladio, Wren, Nash and Cockerell among others. Reprinted in full for the first time, volume I contains the three volume first edition by Campbell (originally published 1715-25); volume II both Badeslade and Roque’s volume (1739 - of which only 4 copies are known) and Woolfe and Gandon’s two volumes (1767-71) and volume III the two volume “New Vitruvius Britannica”, edited by George Richardson (1802-8). Volume IV contains an index and commentary.

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

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        El Libro de Los Seres Imaginarios

      Buenos Aires: Editorial Kier,, 1967. Con la colaboración de Margarita Guerrero. Ilustraciones de Baldessari. Large octavo. Original pictorial wrappers printed in black, red, blue, and grey. Illustrations throughout. Wrappers rubbed and tanned, contents a little toned. A very good copy. First edition thus, first impression. An expansion of Manual de zoología fantástica, published in 1957. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper in his difficult post-blindness hand "A John Murchison, con amistad […] Jorge Luis Borges, Cambridge […]". Murchison was Borges's secretary during his tenure as Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry at Harvard in 1967 and 1968.

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        Andy Warhol's Index (Book)

      New York: Random House, 1967. (WARHOL, ANDY) First edition, wrappered issue. 4to. Profusely illustrated from "Factory Fotos," and with the following inserted items, as issued 1) castle pop-up 2) red accordion (still squeaks) 3) bi-plane pop-up 4) Chelsea Girls disk on a spring 5) polyhedron, detached from the string 6) Lou Reed record, still attached 7) the triple-page fold-out nose 8) Hunt's Tomato Paste can pop-up 9) Andy Warhol tabs 10) ballon, melted and partially sealing together facing pages, as usual. Original pictorial silver and black wrappers, lightly scratched; with Warhol's original price sticker still attached; a near fine, complete copy. Roth 101, pp. 188-9; Parr/Badger II, pp. 144-5 . "... one of the most important and exuberant Pop art objects ever published" (Parr/Badger)

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      (WARHOL, ANDY). Warhol, Andy, Stephen Shore, Paul Morrissey, Ondine & Nico. ANDY WARHOL'S INDEX (BOOK). New York: Random House, 1967. First Edition. 4to. Illustrated Stiff Wrappers. Artists' Book. Very Good (But Incomplete). np (76pp), profusely and elaborately illustrated in b&w and color. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. One of the great Pop Art publications of the sixties, "Index Book" is a visual tour-de-force of the glamorously seedy den that was Andy Warhol's Factory before Valerie Solanis changed things forever on June 3rd, 1968. Designed as a children's book for hipsters, bound between Billy Name, Nat Finkelstein and a young Stephen Shore's snaps of Edie, Nico, the Velvets, Ultra Violet, et al. are a 1) pop-up Castle, 2) accordion-pleated squeeze toy, 3) pop-up Bi-plane, 4) spring-mounted "Chelsea Girls" promotional disc, 5) photographically illustrated dodecahedron, 6) previously unreleased Velvet Underground Flexi-Disc, 7) "nose job" overlay, 8) pop-up Hunt's Tomato Paste can, 9) "For a Big Surprise" faux Acid blotters, and 9) silver balloon. A tight and bright paperback example of this iconic gem (cited on pages 144-145 of Martin Parr and Gerry Badger's "The Photobook: A History Volume II", and pages 188-189 of "The Book of 101 Books") showing a bit of light wear and scuffing to the covers with all internal components present but whose Flexi-Disc has been detached along its perforations then reattached, blotters have had two of the eight removed, and silver balloon has disintegrated - gluing together and staining the adjacent pages, as usual. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. LC 67-22621 Inventory Number: 022170&

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      No Binding. Fine. OFFSET COLOR LITHOGRAPH POSTER SIGNED BY GERHARD RICHTER. After the classic 1967 same-titled painting in the Böckmann Collection. Image size: 735x480 mm (29x19 in). Signed in blue ink in center bottom margin. Fine condition.

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        Twentysix Gasoline Stations

      Alhambra: Cunningham Press, (1967). Lightly faded on the spine, else near fine in printed wrappers, lacking the publisher's glassine overlay.. Second printing. Small octavo. Printed in an edition of 500 copies. SIGNED by Ruscha in an early hand. Typological photographs of twenty-six gasoline stations Ruscha encountered on the drive from his hometown, Oklahoma City, to Los Angeles, his home ever since. Usually a pilgrimage undertaken by an actor, rather than an artist, but in this case the outcome is every bit as important as anything ever to come from Hollywood. (Parr / Badger, v2, 140; Open Book 198-199).

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        Alan Davie.

      London, Lund Humphries, 1967 - 4°, 175 S. m. Textabb. u. 106 teilw. farb. Tafeln (compl.)., OLwd. m. Transparent-OU, goldgepr. Deckel u. Rücken., OU m. Fehlstellen, Lwd. an den Rändern etw. gebräunt, min. gebrauchsspurig, sonst gutes Exemplar. First edition. Text engl. Werkverzeichnis m. 520 Arbeiten, m. Biographie, Ausstellungsverzeichnis u. Bibliographie. Einband, Schmuckvorsatz und Textillustrationen wurden vom Künstler für diese Publikation angefertigt. Beiliegend Katalog (8 Bl. m. 7 s/w Abb.) zur Ausstellung in der Galerie Charles Lienhard, 1960; u. Einladung zur Vernissage der Ausstellung bei Gimpel-Hanover u. Emmerich v. 1980. 1600 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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