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

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

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        Jasper Johns.

      Text by Max Kozloff. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, New York (no date, c.1967). 195 pp. 143 illustrations, including 41 hand-tipped plates in full color. Publisher's cloth with dust jacket. 27,5 x 29,5 cm

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        The Flood

      Hamish Hamilton 1967. [iv], 300 pp. The scarce first English edition of the 2008 Nobel Literature Laureate's work 'Le Deluge', translated from the French by Peter Green. Preceeds the US edition by a year. The book is in very good condition. The unclipped jacket has some old water damage (perhaps added by a previous owner for effect?), and a line of red to the front panel where colour has obviously transferred from the jacket of a neighbouring volume. Some creases and chips with a small amount of loss. 103c

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        Canteen Owned by John Wayne –used in “The Green Berets”

      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 that it sounded like an interesting and exciting venture,” telling Wayne to contact the Department of Defense. According to the Internet Movie Firearms Database (, “Wayne’s film received substantial support from the Department of Defense, who lent accurate equipment and weaponry for the production.” Former Johnson assistant Jack Valenti had become head of the Motion Picture Association of America and, even though there were violent war scenes, the MPAA granted “The Green Berets” a “G” (General Audiences) rating. “The Green Berets” was filmed at Fort Benning, Georgia. John Maffre in “The Washington Post” wrote on October 15, 1967, that “The Pentagon has smiled on the production with full logistic support ...” Joan Barthel, in the December 24, 1967, edition of “The New York Times,” wrote that “U.S. Army men and equipment have been made available for ‘The Green Berets’…” She quotes Capt. August Schomburg, Jr., Fort Benning project officer for the movie, “The Army provides certain things that are not readily available.” Maffre reported that “Once they were shooting scenes with a huge C-130 transport plane when the Air Force snatched it back for a training mission…” Mervyn LeRoy, an advisor/director on the set whose many credits included directing “Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo,” added, “You wouldn’t get these planes and these choppers and these soldiers and everything around here unless they wanted this picture made” – real soldiers at Fort Benning, training to go to Vietnam, used their own leave time to work as extras. Others were detailed to the movie set in place of their actual duties with some on administrative leave, such as, according to Barthel, “a platoon of Hawaiians brought down from Fort Devens, Mass. … Permission to film at Benning was granted, after the Pentagon okayed it, by the present commander of the post, Maj. Gen. John M. Wright, and his predecessor, Lieut. Gen. Robert E. York. Lieut. Col. William Byrns, the Hollywood-based Army adviser who went overseas with Wayne to scout sites before settling on Benning, where sections of the terrain resemble Vietnam’s, recalled the generals’ reasoning. ‘They felt that the movie would be very good for the military and for the country at this time.’” Green Beret Maj. Jerold R. Dodds was a Special Forces Advisor on the set. More than 700 costumes, scripts, awards, and memorabilia from the estate of John Wayne brought more than $5.38 million during a two-day auction held at the Hyatt Century Plaza in Los Angeles, October 6-7, 2011. Hosted by Heritage Auctions, in conjunction with John Wayne Enterprises, “a beret from ‘The Green Berets’ … worn as Wayne portrayed ‘Colonel Mike Kirby’ in the film that he starred in and directed” sold for an astounding $179,250. Also, from “The Green Berets,” a pair of camouflage fatigues worn by John Wayne sold for $13,145. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity from John Wayne Enterprises, Ethan Wayne, President, and a Heritage Auctions lot tag “The Personal Property of John Wayne / October 6, 2011,” bearing a facsimile signature “John Wayne.”

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        How to Wrap Five Eggs: Japanese Design in Traditional Packaging

      Tokyo: Bijutso Shuppan-Sha and John Weatherhill, Inc.. (1967). First. First edition. Quarto. Photographs by Michikazu Sakai. Foreword by George Nelson. Slightest of wear to the boards, fine in fine dustwrapper with a touch of rubbing. .

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        Cerceaux 'sorcellent.

      1st edition. Illustrated with 21 (including front cover) orignal silk screens by Jean Dubuffet. Paris, Beyeler à Bâle et Jeanne Bucher, 1967. 4°. (52 pages). In original slipcase.. Text in French.Printed in 800 copies; no. 622 of 750 numbered

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      In-4 p., similp. edit., sovrac., pp. 420,(4), con disegni nel t. , 83 tavv. a colori applic. alla pag., 751 piccole ill. in b.n. che riproducono tutte le opere del Catalogo, finalmente completo e (all'epoca della pubblicazione) in gran parte inedito. Importante monografia sul grande pittore veneziano Federico Zandomeneghi (1841-1917) che visse e lavorò a lungo a Parigi dove veniva tenuto alla pari coi maggiori impressionisti. Cfr. Comanducci, p. 798. Esempl. ben conservato. .

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      Paris: Aux Depens d'un Amateur 1967. [Paris]: Aux Dépens d'un Amateur, [1967].. Small folio (38 x 29cm). Loose sheets laid into folding cloth portfolio. Fine, with minor wear to tips of portfolio. First edition. A collection of twelve poems by Verdet, accompanied by seven original etchings with aquatint (six in color) by Papart. One of one hundred numbered copies on Grand Vélin de Rives, from a total edition of 113 numbered copies and fifteen hors commerce copies, all signed by the author and artist. Although not called for in the justification, this copy is accompanied by an extra folio, enclosing an original watercolor and paper collage (24.5 x 16.5 cm), signed by Papart, two planches refusée, each captioned and signed by Papart, and a broadside printing of a considerably longer version of the poem, "Pour une belle aprés Mort."

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        Snow White

      Atheneum New York: Atheneum. 1967. First. Uncorrected proof. Spiral bound in tall wrappers. A light crease to one corner of the front wrap and the first couple of pages, a little offsetting at the top of the front wrap, one spiral partially broken, else a near fine copy. The author's first novel. Very scarce in this format, presumably issued in a handful of copies. .

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        The Dainty Monsters

      Coach House (Toronto): (Coach House). (1967). His first book, a volume of poetry. One of 500 numbered copies. This copy is inscribed by Ondaatje, "with best wishes," in 1968. Ripple to rear pastedown, else fine in a very near fine dust jacket with just a bit of creasing to the upper edge. . First Edition. Hardcover.

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        [Program]: La Turista

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

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      New York: Random House, 1967 A significant presentation. First Edition. 8vo., 313pp. Very good or better in a near fine, fresh dustwrapper. This outstanding copy inscribed on the front free endpaper to the woman who inspired this work: "To Mabel Frohlich / who is the model / for my heroine. / Sue Kaufman". As there is no formal printed dedicatee, this particular presentation comes about as close to the mark as we're going to get. Basis for the 1970 Frank Perry film of the same name starring Carrie Snodgrass & Richard Benjamin. An important 60's title, which shared the morphing cultural & cinematic stage & screen with "The Graduate".. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        Atlas of the Brains of Domestic Animals

      Tokyo : University of Tokyo Press , 1967 . First Edition . VG . Folio . A remarkably beautiful anatomical atlas with illustrations by the author, using his own special techniques based on brain sections from horses, cattle, sheep goats, pigs and domestic fowl. Rubricated Anatomical labels. Ex-libray with minmail interior markings, evidence of label removal on lower spine. A large book, special shipping considerations may apply for overseas orders.

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        LORD OF LIGHT. Presentation Copy

      New York: Doubleday, 1967 First Edition of this masterpiece. A fine bright copy in dustwrapper showing minimal use. Inscribed by the author: "To Bob Shulman / My favorite of my / own books / - Roger Zelazny". Extraordinary Copy. Levack A25a. Winner of the 1968 Hugo / Nominated for the 1967 Nebula.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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      London: Ronald Whiting & Wheaton,. [1967]. boards.. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. A very elusive book in this. condition. (#140074). First British (and first hardcover) edition. A presentation copy with a nice signed inscription by Disch to a New York book editor on the front free endpaper. The author's first book. 1965 Nebula nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (1987) 4-185.

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      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc.,. 1967. cloth.. A fine copy in bright, fine dust jacket with a touch of wear to lower. right front corner, tiny rubbed spot on front panel, two light. horizontal blue lines on the verso of the jacket (offset from a. previous jacket protector) with slight bleed through, most noticeable. on the rear panel. A very sharp, attractive copy. (#138555). First edition. Winner of the 1968 Hugo award for best novel. 1967 Nebula nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 4-517. Gerber, Utopian Fantasy (1973), p. 162. Survey of Science Fiction Literature III, pp. 1251-56.

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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

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        Catalogue of books printed on the continent of europe 1501-1600 in cambridge libraries. chippenham 1967.

      2 voll. ril. in tela, cm 26x20, pp 1563. Ediz. in facsimile.

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        The Magus

      London: Blazer Films. 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. . First Edition.

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        Tea Party and Other Plays

      Methuen & Co Ltd London: Methuen & Co Ltd. (1967). First. First edition. Spine slightly tilted and boards bowed, with light discoloration on the endpapers, thus very good only in a very good dustwrapper with a sticker shadow on the front panel and some dampstaining on the rear panel and flap. Signed by the author. .

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        Five Plays: Chicago, Icarus's Mother, Red Cross, Fourteen Hundred Thousand, Melodrama Play

      Bobbs Merrill Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill. (1967). First. First edition. Fine in a very slightly age-toned, else fine dustwrapper with a nearly invisible tear on the front panel. Author's first book. A lovely copy, and very scarce thus. .

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        The Chosen

      NY: Simon and Schuster, 1967. hardcover. F/F. 1st edition, 1st printing Author's first book. Basis for the 1981 film starring Maximilian Schell, Rod Steiger and Robby Benson. SIGNED on front fep. Book has very slight slant. Jacket has light rubbing at spine ends. We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE.

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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.

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      Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1967 Stone, Robert. A HALL OF MIRRORS. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1967. First Edition of Robert Stone's widely-acclaimed first book, winner of the William Faulkner Award and Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship Award for best first novel. 8vo. 409 pp. A fine unrubbed copy in 1/4 gray over black cloth, black titles to the spine in a near fine, handsome first issue dustwrapper a small blemish on the upper panel. A very nice copy in a custom blue cloth slipcase in fine condition. "Stone writes like a bird, like an angel, like a circus barker, like a con man, like someone so high on pot that he is scraping his shoes on the stars." Wallace Stegner.. 1st Edition.

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        Poems 3

      New Haven: Yale University Press, 1967. First Edition. Small octavo (21cm). Green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; dustjacket; 61pp. Inscribed on leaf facing copyright page, below dedication: "For Ben & Bernarda / Love, Dugan," undated but apparently contemporary. Mild surface rubbing to dustwrapper, else a fine, fresh copy. & & Dugan's scarce third book. Dugan dedicated all of his published books to his wife Judy, oldest daughter of Ben Shahn with his first wife, Tillie. It was Dugan's practice, as in the present example, to inscribe books to his in-laws directly beneath the dedication, suggesting a strong bond between them.

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        Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

      New York: Grove Press, 1967.. First American edition of the playwright's classic work. Octavo, original cloth. Fine in a fine near fine dust jacket with a small closed tear to the front panel. Inscribed and dated by the author.

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        Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

      Faber, London, 1967. First Edition, first printing - the scarce casebound issue. 96pp. Blue cloth lettered in gold at spine. Fore edge very lightly spotted and some light partial browning to endpapers. Upper board just a fraction bowed. Very good indeed with very good non-price-clipped dust wrapper, lightly marked at predominantly white rear panel and publisher's colouring to spine panel a little faded. Stoppard's second book (preceded only by his novel 'Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon'), and his first published play. Very scarce indeed in this cloth-bound format. Laid-in is a signed type-written card from Faber director John Bodley: "My annoyance on Wednesday was provoked by the very inadequate explanations of your technical dept. I should be sorry if I left you with the impression that we were dissatisfied with what you had tried to do for us last Sunday. This copy of Stoppard's amusing play is sent as a friendly gesture, anyway!" Also included is a copy of the Samuel French acting edition. This revision of Stoppar's 1964 one-act play 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Meet King Lear' was first performed by the Oxford Theatre Group at Cranston Street Hall, Edinburgh on August 24 1966. The first professional performance was given by the National Theatre Company at the Old Vic Theatre, London, on April 11, 1967. The subsequent US production won Tony Award for Best Play.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

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        Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

      London: Faber & Faber, 1967.. First edition of the author's masterpiece. Octavo, original cloth. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with a hint of toning to the spine. Signed by the author on the title page. With "Compliments of Tom Stoppard" slip laid in.

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        Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

      Faber, London, 1967. First Edition, first printing - the scarce casebound issue. 96pp. Blue cloth lettered in gold at spine. Fore edge very lightly spotted and some light partial browning to endpapers. Upper board just a fraction bowed. Very good indeed with very good non-price-clipped dust wrapper, lightly marked at predominantly white rear panel and publisher's colouring to spine panel a little faded. Stoppard's second book (preceded only by his novel 'Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon'), and his first published play. Very scarce indeed in this cloth-bound format. Laid-in is a signed type-written card from Faber director John Bodley: "My annoyance on Wednesday was provoked by the very inadequate explanations of your technical dept. I should be sorry if I left you with the impression that we were dissatisfied with what you had tried to do for us last Sunday. This copy of Stoppard's amusing play is sent as a friendly gesture, anyway!" Also included is a copy of the Samuel French acting edition. This revision of Stoppar's 1964 one-act play 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Meet King Lear' was first performed by the Oxford Theatre Group at Cranston Street Hall, Edinburgh on August 24 1966. The first professional performance was given by the National Theatre Company at the Old Vic Theatre, London, on April 11, 1967. The subsequent US production won Tony Award for Best Play.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

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        The Circle Game

      Toronto: House of Anansi, 1967. White lettered and decorated black cloth in black cloth slipcase. Signed by the author on the half title. The is the 1st printing by Anansi edition and second printing overall. There was a 100 copy numbered edition, this copy is not numbered, probably out of series. Fine.. Signed By the Author. 1st Anansi Edition. Cloth. Fine. 8vo.

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      Toronto: House of Anansi,, 1967 Atwood, Margaret. THE CIRCLE GAME. Toronto: House of Anansi, 1967. The second edition overall preceded by the 1966 Contact Press first edition. 1 OF 100 HARDCOVER COPIES in silk screened white decorated & lettered black cloth in black cloth slipcase. Signed & numbered by Atwood with a neat presentation by the author on the title page. House of Anansi Press was founded in 1967 by writers Dennis Lee and David Godfrey. $7500. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King (Hardcover)

      Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1967. Three volumes. First printing of the Second Revised Edition. All volumes Fine in Near Fine dust jackets. Jackets have very minor wear to the edges and minute rubbing. "The Fellowship of the Ring" and "The Two Towers" are somewhat faded at the spine but front panels are still bright. "Return of the King" is Fine but for the rubbing. In a Near Fine slipcase with slightly bumped corners and light rubbing.

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        Guillaume Apollinaire: Sept Calligrammes. Ossip ZADKINE: Dix Eaux-Fortes

      Paris / Basel: Christophe Czwiklitzer, 1967, first Zadkine edition. Of the total edition of 232, this is number 68 of 75 exemplars with the English text on the colophon (there were also editions with French and German colophons, all 3 identical, the only difference is the text on the colophon); signed by Ossip Zadkine and Czwiklitzer on the justification page. Guillaume Apollinaire's poems (in French) are here illustrated with 10 original hors-texte etchings by Ossip Zadkine, each numbered and signed in pencil by the great sculptor. Additionally included is a poem by Wilhelm de Kostrowitzky as homage to Apollinaire. About 80 pages, 45 x 32 cm, loose sheets, tissue guards, all housed in black cloth folder and black cloth slipcase with lettering on the spine and front cover stamped in white. The calligrammes are printed in letterpress, following the exact original avant-gardist design by Apollinaire. Each sheet printed on vélin d'Arches very heavy construction stock with deckle edges, each measuring 17.5 x 12.5 in. (45 x 32 cm), most of the sheets printed in white on black background and vice versa. In new condition, aside from a repaired minor bump on the side of the slipcase. A great homage to Apollinaire and a handsome livre d'artiste. References: Czwiklitzer 64-75; Monod 370. According to Monod, a large number of copies was destroyed by the publisher, and the prints sold individually, which probably accounts for the otherwise inexplicable rarity of this book.

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        The Crying of Lot 49 (First UK Edition, literary agent's copy)

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1967. First UK Edition. Copy belonging to Pynchon's London literary agency, Christopher Mann, Ltd., with their orange "Please return to:" label on the front endpaper. Jacket design credit for Peter Barber on the rear flap. Of the two English-language first editions, the British is decidedly the scarcer.& & Near Fine in a bright, about Near Fine dust jacket. Jacket has a few short closed tears, and a very small tide mark at the heel (book not affected).

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      New York: Random House, 1967. First edition. Wraps. Very Good +. 4to. 11" x 8.25". pp. [68] plus pictorial endpapers. From title page: "With the assistants of Gerard Malanga [crossed out], Stephen Shore, Paul Morrisey, Ondine, Nico, Christopher Serf, Alan Rinzler, Gerald Harrison, Akihito Shirakawa and particularly David Paul. Several photographs by Nat Finklestein. Factory fotos by Billy Name." Cloth-backed boards with mounted holograph. pp. [68] plus pictorial endpapers. A practically near-fine example of this notoriously fragile production. Boards are bright and sharp, with only trace rubbing and a couple of small abrasions to front cover. Main faults are typical: balloon perished with attendant offsetting and adhesion of surrounding pages, as in all copies; some starting to one signature, but still intact; lacking uncommon original plastic sleeve. Else all remaining elements present, functional, and attached. All pop-ups work, including the accordion (which retains its squeak!). Dodecahedron retains original rubber band. Easily very good or better; uncommonly complete. Just about the nicest we've seen. Warhol's famed "pop-up book for hipsters" and one of the best documents to emerge from The Factory. A Roth 101 selection. "[O]ne of the most important and exuberant Pop art objects ever published [...] it is also one of the ultimate photobooks-as-objects" (Parr & Badger 144-5).

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        The Red-Figured Vases of Lucania, Campania and Sicily (Complete in Two Volumes with First, Second and Third Supplements volumes)

      NP NP , n/d. Softcover. vg. Quarto. Blue cloth with gilt decorated spine. Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1967. Vol. I: Text; xxix,699,[1]pp. Vol. II: Indexes and Plates; 700-812,256pp. Illustrated with b/w reproductions of photographs on glossy paper. "The primary purpose of this work is to provide classified lists of Lucanian, Campanian and Sicilian red-figured vases, accompanied by some explanatory comments on style and dating and by a fairly wide selection of illustrations to enable the reader to follow the various attributions or groupings." Color frontispiece in Vol.I, b/w frontispiece in Vol.II. Minor age wear, scuffing and staining on bindings. Head and tail of spine and corners slightly bumped. Slight staining to top page edges. Bindings in overall good, interior in very good condition. Part of the series "Oxford Monographs on Classical Archaeology." Three supplement volumes in blue wrappers with black lettering to cover and spine. Quarto. University of London, Institute of Classical Studies. Bulletin Supplement No. 26 (First supplement). 1970. xiv,144,xxviii,pp. Bulletin Supplement No. 31 (Second supplement). 1973. xii,145-294,xxix-xliv,pp. Bulletin Supplement No.41 (Third supplement, consolidated). 1983. xxvi,392,xxxii,pp. Illustrated wraps. Slight staining to wrappers on first supplement. All supplement volumes illustrated with b/w reproductions of photographs showing hundreds of vases. Plates on glossy paper. Minor age wear, creasing and staining on wraps. Interior in very good to near fine condition.

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      An extraordinary copy of the publisher's deluxe hand bound issue of the first edition, limited to 100 numbered and signed copies accompanied by an original, signed, color drawing by Tamayo. While this example-no. 71-lacks the issued drawing, it has a remarkable substitute, a color drawing sold as by the artist that Tamayo later viewed and declared a forgery. Tamayo documented the event by printing FAKE in large capitals in the center of the drawing, signing R. Tamayo below. The owner, recognizing the comparative rarity of the event, an artwork certified a forgery by the artist on the work itself, carefully preserved the altered drawing as an historical record together with the separately obtained deluxe monograph, example no. 71 of the first 100 copies printed, the colophon signed as called for by Rufino Tamayo, the artist, Fernando Lopez Valencia, the binder, German Torres, the printer and Francisco Graue, the co-editor, in the deluxe signed, handmade full calf binding. THE FORGERY AND ITS DOCUMENTATION: The art forger's color drawing, "Woman with Outstretched Arms", (319 x 240 mm in the frame), is signed Tamayo and dated 1967 in pencil. The backing has notations about the sale, documenting the drawing was sold in San Francisco in 1969 for $2,500 by Maxwell Galleries to the Weintraub Gallery of New York City (both well-known art galleries). It is possible Weintraub showed Tamayo the artwork in 1971, or 1973 when the artist was visiting New York City for the opening of solo exhibitions at the Perls Gallery. After being shown the drawing, Tamayo declared it a fake and then in dramatic fashion, (in a manner similar to voiding a bank draft), printed FAKE in very large 65 x 182 mm capitals with a black felt tip pen through the head and half ellipse created by the figure's outstretched arms, verifying his declaration and the altering of the artwork, by signing R. Tamayo in large letters directly below. It is instructive to compare the free flowing, distinctive, angular y & o in Tamayo's authentic signature with the forger's rounder script devoid of personality or esprit. An otherwise banal drawing is transformed, for Tamayo has converted a forged artwork into a rare illustrated document about the forgery! ARTWORK CONDITION: Forged Drawing: Fine. Artist Signed Documentation: Fine. Rear Notations About Sale: bright and clear. Frame: distressed: needs replacing. PROVENANCE: The deluxe monograph with forged drawing was purchased at auction through the Weintraub estate. BOOK FORMAT: Publisher's deluxe, soft tan, full calf boards, sewn with handmade raffia endpapers, upper cover with holographic title in green letters; decorated in gold leaf with turn-ins ruled in gilt, top edge with heavy, rolled gilt diamond pattern, and binding signed in gilt by Lopez Valencia. SIZE: Folio, 410 x 320 mm (16.14 x 12.6 inches). CONDITION DETAIL: As mentioned, deluxe monograph lacks called for original Tamayo drawing. Also, lacks publisher's raffia board slipcase. Pages: clean: slight upturned fore-edge: top corners of some pages slightly bumped. Covers: top corners slightly bumped: slight rubs: spine with some foot wear and light crown rub. Gilt: Fine. Binding: Very Good. PAGINATION: Confirmed complete, pages not numbered, but 66 pages, 28 pages of Spanish text followed by a complete English translation, texts illustrated with 23 b/w reproductions, some full-page and one double-page + suite of 33 lithographed, fine full-page color plates with facing text captions, reproducing selected Tamayo oil paintings. ADDITIONAL IMAGES: by request.

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        Poste Restante

      Stockholm: P.A. Norstedt & Soners Forlag, (1967). First Edition. Square quarto. An amazing assortment juxtaposed images, effectively tying together all the photographic motifs of the time as Europe emerged completely from the postwar era and ushered in the sixties. Like Ed van der Elsken, Stromholm was an inveterate traveler; the title of this book is an ode to his peripateticism. Unlike Van der Elsken's Sweet Life, however, Stromholm presents a darker and less optimistic view the world. (Parr / Badger, v1, 251; Open Book 232-233). From the library of Swedish photographer Ole Terje with his two-word inscription, dated in 1967; otherwise a fine copy in a near fine jacket, lightly soiled, with a few edge nicks at the spine ends and extremities.

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        Hell's Angels

      London: Allen Lane/Penguin. 1967. The first British edition of Thompson's first book, which he wrote after spending a year with members of the famous motorcycle gang, and ended up getting beaten up by several of them. An early example of the participatory "gonzo journalism" that Thompson pioneered and later perfected. Signed by Thompson in full on the dedication page, with the additional notation "WC 0904" -- i.e., Woody Creek, September, 2004. Also signed by Ralph Steadman, "in honor of my friend who tried to be a biker but preferred fame and a wheelchair kitchen command centre," with an original Steadman drawing of Thompson on a scooter on the title page. Thompson at one point thought that the British edition had only been issued in paperback, as he had never seen a hardcover of it; this is probably his scarcest trade edition, and signed copies are virtually unknown. Foxing to cloth; near fine in a near fine, mildly rubbed dust jacket with some foxing to the flap folds. In a custom clamshell case. . First Edition. Hardcover.

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        The Golan Heights

      Israel, 1967-1968. Loose_leaf. Very Good. The Golan Heights and the Six-Day War & An Original Manuscript First-Hand Account Compiled Shortly After Capture of the Golan from the Syrians& & HARTAL, P.Z. The Golan Heights. Original Manuscript. 322 pp., (7), Israel, 1967-1968. Hand-written, in Hebrew. Contains 29 illustrations, 9 maps, 9 photographs, 3 topographical sections. More than 125 pages. Bound in loose-leaf notebook. Very Good condition. Custom clamshell case.& & A portion of the manuscript contains a contemporary description of The Six Day War (Liberation of the Golan Heights). This section (pp. 112-125) includes: Description of Strong Points; Topographical Difficulties; The Syrian Attack; Concentration of Syrian Forces and Syrian Offensive Plan; The Attack on Kibbutz Dan – June 6, 1967; Friday, June 9, 1967; The Battle of Tel-Paher; Saturday, June 10, 1967; The Outcome of the War with Syria.& & The author, P.Z. Hartal, was a veteran of the Six Day War and saw action both in Jerusalem and the Golan Heights. He worked as an urban and regional planner. His Hebrew University studies in geography and history are reflected in this highly detailed and compelling work.& & Contents include: The Land of Volcanoes and the Oaks of the Bashan; Like Snow on a harvest Day – Mount Hermon; The People of the Golan; The History of the Golan; The Liberation of the Golan Heights; Sites in the Golan Heights; Index of Sites.& & Original manuscripts recording the geography, topography, and history of the Golan Heights in any form are very rare. First hand manuscript accounts of the Six-Day War in this region are rarer still. This is this first of its kind that we have seen and apparently the FIRST COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE GOLAN HEIGHTS IN ANY FORM.&

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        The Journals of Captain James Cook On His Voyages Of Discovery.(3 volumes in 4 books plus the portfolio of Charts and Views and matching volume The Life of Captain James Cook by J.C. Beaglehole, In total 5 Volumes and a portfolio of Charts

      London, Hakluyt Society 1967-1974. Reprint; 8vo; Vol. 1, The Voyage Of The Endeavour, 1768-1771; pp. cclxxxvi, 696; colour portrait frontispiece, 25 pages of b/w plates, 6 fold out maps, 2 fold out b/w plates, some b/w illustrations, appendices, index, addenda and corrigenda, addenda to the calendar of documents; Reprint; Vol. 2, The Voyage of The Resolution and Adventure, 1772-1775; pp. clxx, 1028; colour frontispiece, 52 pages of b/w plates, 5 pages of fold out b/w plates, 3 fold out maps, numerous b/w illustrations, appendices, index, addenda and corrigenda, addendum to the calendar of documents; Vol. 3 (In two books). Parts I and II. The Voyage Of The Resolution And Discovery, 1776-1780; pp. ccxxiv, 718; colour portrait frontispiece, (719)-1647; 78 illustrations, 15 sketch maps, appendices, index; together with the portfolio of Charts & Views (395 x 265), pp. vii, with 58 loose sheets as issued; each volume in original blue cloth, gilt decoration to front boards, titles lettered in gilt on spines, dustjackets, very good set. Volume 1 and the portfolio were published in 1968, Volume 2 , 1969 , Volume 3 which is divided into two continuously paginated parts 1967; The Life of Captain James Cook. pp. xii, 760; colour portrait frontispiece, 43 pages plates, 5 sketch maps, bibliography, index, original blue cloth gilt decoration to front boards, dustjacket; a very good set.

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        The Journals of Captain James Cook on his Voyages of Discovery. Three volumes in four plus a portfolio of Charts and Views and Vol IV The Life of Captain James Cook

      Hakluyt Society, 1967.. Cloth. Near Fine. All volumes in dark blue cloth gilt with gilt monogram of Cook on upper boards. 1967-1974. The 5 five text volumes are large 8vo and the Charts and Views is folio size. Minor bumping to some corners and one dust jack has 3 small tears (to Vol IV). The dust jacket to the portfolio is incomplete and has tears and tape marks. Unclipped dust jackets. A very good+ 6 volume set, with no marks or stamps, comprising: Volume I - The Voyage of the Endeavour 1768-1771 published in 1968, pp cclxxxiv, 696 + 20 maps, 25 illustrations. Includes addenda and Corrigenda (issued separately in earlier editions). Volume II - The Voyage of the Resolution and Adventure 1772-1775 published in 1969, pp clxix, 1028 + 19 maps, 63 illustrations. Includes addenda and corrigenda (issued separately in earlier editions). Volume III - The Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery 1776-1780, in two continuously paginated parts published in 1967, pp. ccxxiv, 718 + viii, 723-1647. Total of 19 maps and 74 illustrations. The Life of Captain James Cook by J. C. Beaglehole published in 1974, pp. xi, 760 + 11 maps, 38 illustrations. Charts and Views drawn by Cook and His officers and reproduced from the original Manuscripts, edited by R.A Skelton, published in 1969 containing 58 loosely inserted maps as issued, all in fine condition, with a 6 page descriptive leaflet. Very slight rubbing to some edges/corners. All first editions except volumes I & II. Photographs available on request. Heavy set will incur additional postage costs.

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