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        Twentysix Gasoline Stations

      Alhambra: The Cunningham Press, 1967. Second Edition. Softcover. Like New. Second Edition. Near Fine with a production error at bottom edge of title page with a chip and creased over flap roughly 2 inches long; tiny abrasion to the rear cover. In a Near Fine glassine wrapper with light toning and a tiny chip to the rear panel near the flap fold. A very fresh copy. One of 500 unnumbered copies in the second edition.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Pictures to be Read / Poetry to be Seen (multiple)

      Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, (1967). Objects and pamphlet in a plexiglass box with printed label. One of 500 numbered copies. This multiple was created for the supporters and artists who participated in the opening exhibition at Chicago's then newly-founded Museum of Contemporary Art. Museum Director Jan van der Marck invited twelve artists to designate a small object with no intrinsic value "that would somehow be expressive of your likes and ideas". The staff acquired 500 of the selected items and placed one of each in a Plexiglas box along with a small brochure reproducing the artists' correspondence. The box contains a comb (Ray Johnson), crayon (R. B. Kitaj), candy cigar (Jim Nutt), miniature bar of soap (Shusaku Arakawa), safety pin (Gianfranco Baruchello), photograph (Mary Bauermeister), mustard seeds glued on a wooden stick (George Brecht), a pair of small dice (Öyvind Fahlström), a large screw (Allan Kaprow), a bottle cap (Alison Knowles), a fishing lure (Gianni-Emilio Simonetti), and a light bulb (Wolf Vostell).

      [Bookseller: Thomas A. Goldwasser Rare Books]
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        The Genocides

      Ronald Whiting & Wheaton, London 1967 - First Edition, First Printing. An attractive First Issue dustjacket that is vibrant in color with minor wear to the edges. The book is excellent condition and appears unread. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A wonderful copy in collector's condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        [High School Yearbook]: The Log 1967

      Freehold, New Jersey: Freehold Regional High School, 1967. Near Fine. First and only edition. Quarto. 301, [6]pp. Decorated brown leatherette. A bit of rubbing and wear at the spine ends, text block drops forward a little, else a nice, near fine copy. Bruce F. Springsteen's senior class yearbook. He appears in his senior picture in jacket and tie on page 115, with the revelation that he was in the college prep program, but with no other listed activities. Scarce.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Hitchcock

      New York : Simon & Schuster 1967 - Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dust wrapper, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. Physical description; 256 pages. Notes; Stated first edition. Subjects; Hitchcock, Alfred, (1899-1980). Film director. 1 Kg. 256 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        The Razors Edge

      Penguin Books, 1967. Paperback. Good. 1967. 313 pages. Good condition paperback; as expected for age. Cards, pages, and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues may exist such as shelf wear, inscriptions, light foxing and tanning.

      [Bookseller: The World of Rare Books]
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        Alice in Wonderland [SIGNED]

      London: Dennis Dobson, 1967. 1st Edition . Very Good/Very Good. 9.25 x 13 inches (23 x 32.5 cm). Signed by Author. Dust jacket: Light shelf wear only, unclipped and priced at 63s to front flap. Preserved in a removable jacket protector. Overall jacket condition is Very Good Plus. Book: Signed by the illustrator to label on the half title page, with Steadman's distinctive blown ink splashes. A tiny bump to lower edge of rear board. Light browning and spotting to page edges. Light browning to endpapers, slight bubbling to front pastedown endpaper. Internally in very clean condition throughout. The rare first Steadman edition. A highly sought after edition, rare in this condition and especially desirable with the illustrator's signature. Overall book condition is Very Good. Hardback. Printed pages: 108

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

      New York: Black Star Book, Random House, 1967 Warhol's exuberant artist's book is filled with surprises. The following items are accounted for: 1) castle pop-up in fine condition; 2) red accordion (attached at both ends but silent now); 3) biplane in fine conditon; 4) Chelsea Girls disc in fine condition, but lacking spring mounting; 5) the pages containing the folded polyhedron have been opened, and it is attached to the lefthand page near the gutter with a black thread and a round, white sticker; 6) Lou Reed record in its mounting, but detached from binding; 7) multi-colored, 3-panel nose pop-up in fine condition; 8) Hunt's Tomato Paste pop-up in fine condition; 9) 6 (of 8) Andy Warhol "Surprise" tabs present. That page bears a shadow in its original size and shape of the silver balloon that was laid into each copy as part of the production. That balloon, long since melted, as usual, now partially seals together the following doublespread of a cityscape. If a postcard ever was present, it is gone now. The rest of the book consists mostly of high-contrast, black-and-white photographs of Warhol's crowd and events in The Factory. Silver on black "Brillo" design on stiff paper covers.. [76] pp. 27.9 x 21.5 cm. Covers and edges less worn than usual. Another copy available at $350. Accompanying photo is that copy. **Free domestic or international shipping with direct order.

      [Bookseller: Laurence McGilvery]
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        Romania (Tome LXXXVIII) Revue Trimestrielle Consacrée a l'Etude des Langues et des Littératures Romanes

      Société des Amis de La Romania, Paris 1967 - INTERLINGUE Rilegatura spillata con titolo al piatto, copertina morbida con lieve oscuramento ai margini, dedica con firma di appartenenza alla prima carta, pagine lievemente ingiallite ben conservate, fascicolo parzialmente intonso

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        ARCHITECTURE] [BAUHAUS] [ART AND DESIGN] Tower East [Promotional materials for Tower East, one of Walter Gropius's final architectural projects, built in Shaker Heights, Ohio, in 1967]

      (Ostendorf-Morris Company) (1967), (Cleveland) - Oblong quarto, unpaginated [8pp.]. A near fine copy in a comb binding with transparent printed covers (as issued), in the original manila folder with a printed illustration of the symbol for the structure. A touch of curling to the transparent covers, and the mildest possible creasing to one leaf, else a lovely example. Folder has a few creases and gentle corner wear. Includes a printed timeline of Gropius's career tucked into a pocket in the rear, and a clipped-in card reading "Ready for occupancy June 1967," both almost certainly as issued. A magnificent ephemeral document relating to one of Gropius's last major projects. The celebrated architect and designer did not rest on his laurels, though he was nearing eighty years old at the time this building was erected. We located just two copies in worldwide library holdings, at the Western Reserve Historical Society here in Cleveland and Harvard University's Loeb library.

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        [ARCHITECTURE] [BAUHAUS] [ART AND DESIGN] Tower East [Promotional materials for Tower East, one of Walter Gropius's final architectural projects, built in Shaker Heights, Ohio, in 1967]

      (Cleveland): (Ostendorf-Morris Company), (1967). Comb binding. Near fine. Oblong quarto, unpaginated [8pp.]. A near fine copy in a comb binding with transparent printed covers (as issued), in the original manila folder with a printed illustration of the symbol for the structure. A touch of curling to the transparent covers, and the mildest possible creasing to one leaf, else a lovely example. Folder has a few creases and gentle corner wear. Includes a printed timeline of Gropius's career tucked into a pocket in the rear, and a clipped-in card reading "Ready for occupancy June 1967," both almost certainly as issued. A magnificent ephemeral document relating to one of Gropius's last major projects. The celebrated architect and designer did not rest on his laurels, though he was nearing eighty years old at the time this building was erected. We located just two copies in worldwide library holdings, at the Western Reserve Historical Society here in Cleveland and Harvard University's Loeb library.

      [Bookseller: Cleveland Book Company]
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        Ecclesiastes or, The Preacher.

      1967 - Paris: The Trianon Press, 1967. Folio, (23) ff. Full green crushed morocco over boards. 8 full-page original color lithographs by Shahn. Includes two original prints signed and numbered by Shahn, a full set of all 8 plates, and 30 progressive states for plate 6 in cloth backed, board portfolio with ties. Prospectus loosely inserted. Fine in box with marbled boards and full green morocco backstrip with gilt. A beautiful copy. One of 26 deluxe editions on Arches rag paper lettered A-Z, this being E. Manuscript pages and illuminated chapter headings reproduced by collotype and stencil. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        Quarto Potere negli Stati Uniti

      CAPPELLI EDITORE, 1967. ITALIANO 0,64 Brossura editoriale in cartoncino flessibile. Sovracoperta illustrata in entrambi i piatti, con alette. Pagine in buono stato, completamente sottolineate. Ricco di fotografie in nero, fuori testo. USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Vita di Mussolini

      GIUS. LATERZA & FIGLI, 1967. ITALIANO 0,28 Brossura in cartoncino flessibile. Copertina illustrata. Pagine in buono stato, con leggere bruniture ai tagli. Traduzione e adattamento per l' edizione italiana di Paolo Spriano. Volume n. LIII ( 53 ) della collana. USATO

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        PLEXUS. LA REVUE QUI DECOMPLEXE n.5

      EDITIONS PLANETE, Paris 1967 - Francese Brossura editoriale morbida, illustrata, leggermente ingiallita, con usura ai bordi e grande abrasione al piatto posteriore, pagine leggermente ingiallite ai bordi e con lievissima fioritura, con numerose illustrazioni in nero ed alcune pagine colorate, fioritura ai tagli

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        BOTTERSNIKES AND GUMBLES.

      - Drawings by Desmond Digby. Pp. 80, title page vignette, plus numerous text illustrations (1 full page); small cr. 4to; green cloth, lettered and decorated in gilt, corners a trifle rubbed, bottom edge of upper board slightly shelf worn; dust wrapper, lightly soiled, edges rubbed and creased, with a few tiny splits or chips and a couple of mainly short closed tears repaired with paper tape on reverse, the laminate peeling slightly at top edge of back panel; free endpapers faintly offset, edges of leaves lightly foxed, small piece torn from bottom fore-corner of 2 leaves; Collins, Sydney, 1967. First edition. Muir 7807 *The first book about the lazy Bottersnikes and friendly Gumbles. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kay Craddock - Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        The Extra Terrestrials

      Published by Markham House Press Ltd, London 1967 - , 20 typed pages in pink paper covers stapled together, pamphlet on extraterrestrials published by Sykes' publishing company First Edition , wear to edges, library sticker to bottom corner of cover, barcode to inside of cover and library stamps throughout, good condition , pink paper stapled wraps , 20.5 cm x 17 cm Paperback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Keoghs Books]
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        Mauro Reggiani.

      - Milano, Scheiwiller, 1967. In 16mo (cm. 16,4); copertina originale con sovraccoperta illustrata; pp. 92, (4). Con 23 tavole di opere di Mauro Reggiani. Fotografie Mazzitelli, Genova. Astuccio originale in cartoncino bordeaux. Una delle 100 copie numerate con una serigrafia originale firmata di Mauro Reggiani in occasione della sua mostra personale alla Galleria La Polena di Genova il 2 Dicembre 1967. Axs

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA PAOLO BONGIORNO]
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        Contract for Purchase of a Concept Tableau

      New York: Dwan Gallery, 1967. 4to, two leaves, each offset printed on rectos only on lightweight rice paper, folded into and stapled along top edge into a blue card sheet bearing the Dwan Gallery address at top margin. A contract produced in conjunction with the February 4- March 1 1967 exhibition by Kienholz at Dwan Gallery, and likely mailed out - though this example without envelope. A landmark work of conceptual art which highlighted the transactional nature of the client artist relationship. Folded three times, likely for mailing, and rubberstamped "Artists' File" on the blue outer sheet. Very good.

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        BENEDETTO CROCE E IL FASCISMO

      ROMA: GIOVANNI VOLPE, 1967. BROSSURA. BUONO. 14 21. USATO

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        ÆSOPIC

      The Gehenna Press, Northampton, MA 1967 - oblong 8vo. paper-covered boards, paper spine label. unpaginated. Limited to 100 numbered copies with the mark of the Society of Printers, Boston, and an additional engraving. Signed by Leonard Baskin and the author on colophon. Twenty-four couplets by the author to accompany the Thomas Bewick wood engravings for Select Fables. An afterword on the blocks by Philip Hofer. Fine copy. paper-covered boards, paper spine label [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Hommage A Konrad Adenauer. Illustriert mit einer handsignierten Original-Radierung von Salvador Dalí.

      4, blauer Original Pappband Diese Original Aquantinta Hommage à Konrad Adenauer wurde im Mai 1967 von Salvador Dali graviert. Am 25. Mai 1967 ist die Auflage im Atelier Rigal in Fontenay-aux-Roses vollendet worden. 60 Exemplare auf Japanpapier, numeriert von I/LX bis LX/LX, sind den Angehörigen der Familie Adenauer gewidmet. Die Aquatinta wurde in einer Auflage von 200 Exemplaren auf Büttenpapier, numeriert von 1/200 bis 200/200, verlegt. Alle Exemplare sind vom Künstler signiert. Die Kupferplatte wurde nach dem Druck der Auflage zerstört. Dies ist die Nummer XLVI. Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, seit 1982 Marqués de Púbol (* 11. Mai 1904 in Figueres/Spanien - + 23. Januar 1989 ebenda), war ein berühmter spanischer Maler, Grafiker, Schriftsteller, Bildhauer und Bühnenbildner. Als einer der Hauptvertreter des Surrealismus zählt er zu den bekanntesten Malern des 20. Jahrhunderts. Um das Jahr 1929 hatte Dalí seinen persönlichen Stil und sein Genre gefunden, die Welt des Unbewussten, die in Träumen erscheint. Schmelzende Uhren, Krücken und brennende Giraffen wurden zu Erkennungsmerkmalen in Dalís Malerei. Sein malerisches technisches Können erlaubte es ihm, seine Bilder in einem altmeisterlichen Stil zu malen, der an den späteren Fotorealismus erinnert.

      [Bookseller: Bührnheims Literatursalon GmbH]
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        GENESIS.

      N.P. (Hillside Press, 1967). folio. quarter cloth, paper-covered boards. (vi), 6, (2) pages. Limited to 20 copies (Peich 1). Presentation by Michael C. McCurdy on colophon dated Mary 14, 1977. McCurdy's first published work The 2nd and 3rd chapters of the book of Genesis in the Old Testament of the Bible. Bound in quarter blue patterned cloth and light blue-gray paper-covered boards. Hand printed on double-fold Japanese Masa paper by McCurdy. Hillside Press was a name used by McCurdy before he discovered other printers already using that name (Finding aid, Penmaen Press records, Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut, Storrs). Cloth portion of boards faded in two small spots. Cloth portion faded near edges and bumped at top fore-edge corner.

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        The Day We Got Drunk on Cake

      The Bodley Head, London 1967 - 208pp. VG/VG. 1st edition. Author's first collection of short stories. Blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Creasing to cloth at tail of spine and touch of wear to cloth at part of front lower board edge. Hint of crease to cloth at tip of top of spine. Tiny residue of label (?) to cloth at top fore edge of front board. Original bookshop label (Foyles of London) tipped to front and rear end papers). Previous owner's neat name & address label tipped to front end paper. No inscriptions. Clean and tightly bound. Unclipped dust jacket (price 21s) designed by Roy Spencer. Red and blue lettering on face and on slightly toned spine of dust jacket. Light toning to top edge of dust jacket. Shelf wear to top and tail of spine. Now protected in archival wraps. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Bookshop at Beech Cottage]
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        Milton, a Poem. Two boxes of Proof Material.

      Trianon Press. 1967. 2 vols., 4to, proof material of the Trianon Press, including proof sheets, collotypes, stencils, and progressive plates etc. Two quarter morocco boxes with marbled boards. Rubbing and wear to backstrips, internally fine. A unique set of publisher's proof material made up especially for Arnold Fawcus.

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        Cover Title:] Leonard Ruskin Presents: The 1967 Forest Hills Music Festival

      Elkay Printing Company), (Queens, New York 1967 - First edition. Quarto. Illustrated wrappers. About fine with some edgewear. Program for a concert at the historic Forest Hills Tennis Stadium in the summer of 1967 with performances by The Lovin' Spoonful, Judy Collins, Johnny Mathis with "Our Young Generation," The Monkees (in their first and only New York concert that year, with Dick Clark and the WMCA "Good Guys"), The Supremes, The Four Tops, Joan Baez, Simon and Garfunkel, Trini Lopez, The Sandpipers, Doc Severinson with his Sextet, and Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme. Although we can't confirm it, and he is not listed in the program, reportedly Jimi Hendrix made one of his early performances at the festival. One can only imagine the jam sessions between Jimi Hendrix and The Monkees. Very scarce. OCLC lists no copies. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Wherever Death May Surprise Us It Will Be Welcome  

      Provided That This, Our Battle Cry, Reach Some Receptive Ear, That Another Hand Stretch Out To Take Up Weapons And That Other Men Come Forward To Intone Our Funeral Dirge With The Staccato Of Machine Guns And New Cries Of Battle And Victory. Original poster (43 x 55.8 cm)., linedrawn illustration and text in black on thin white stock, offset lithography. N.p. [San Francisco/Oakland?], N.p. [Black Panther Party], N.d. [but circa 

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        Picasso e il Cubismo

      FRATELLI FABBRI EDITORI, MILANO 1967 - Mensili d' arte ITALIANO Legatura editoriale in cartoncino rigido telato, con titolo in oro al dorso. Sovracoperta illustrata in entrambi i piatti, con alette. Pagine in buonissimo stato. L ( 50 ) tavole pittoriche a colori, fuori testo e numerose fotografie e illustrazioni in nero, nel testo. Volume n. XV ( 15 ) della collana.

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        Cèzanne e il post - impressionismo

      FRATELLI FABBRI EDITORI, MILANO 1967 - Mensili d' arte ITALIANO Legatura editoriale in cartoncino rigido telato, con titolo in oro al dorso. Sovracoperta illustrata in entrambi i piatti, con alette. Pagine in buonissimo stato. LX ( 60 ) tavole pittoriche a colori fuori testo e numerose in nero, nel testo.

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        Picasso e il Cubismo

      FRATELLI FABBRI EDITORI, 1967. ITALIANO 1 Legatura editoriale in cartoncino rigido telato, con titolo in oro al dorso. Sovracoperta illustrata in entrambi i piatti, con alette. Pagine in buonissimo stato. L ( 50 ) tavole pittoriche a colori, fuori testo e numerose fotografie e illustrazioni in nero, nel testo. Volume n. XV ( 15 ) della collana. USATO

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        Studio International. July / August 1970. Journal of modern art. Book Supplement 17/6.

      First edition. 31 x 24 cm. XVI S., 1 Blatt, VIII S., 64 S. OKarton. Umschlag an Kanten und Rücken minimal berieben, eine kaum wahrnehmbare Druckstelle an der unteren Stoßkante. Sehr gutes Exemplar. Die Ausgabe Studio International, Volume 180, No. 924 stand vollständig einem Ausstellungsexperiment zur Verfügung. Der Herausgeber Peter Townsend lud Sethe Siegelaub ein, eine Ausstellung "innerhalb seines Magazines zu kuratieren". Siegelaub wiederum lud 6 internationale Kunstkritiker ein, Künstler ihrer Wahl einzuladen zu einer virtuellen Ausstellung in dem international rennomierten Kunstmagazin. Die Kritiker - David Antin, Germano Celant, Michel Claura, Charles Harrison, Lucy R. Lippard und Hans Strelow - hatten dafür 48 Seiten der Zeitschrift zur Verfügung, also jeweils 8 Seiten für die von Ihnen eingeladenen Künstler. David Antin lud Dan Graham, Harold Cohen, John Baldessari, Richard Serra, Eleanor Antin, Fred Lonidier, George Nicolaidis, Keith Sonnier ein, Germano Celant kuratierte Giovanni Anselmo, Alighiero Boetti, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Mario Merz, Giuseppe Penono, Emilio Prini, Pistoletto, Gilberto Zorio - Michel Claura beauftragte Daniel Buren, Charles Harrison kuratierte Keith Arnatt, Terry Atkinson, David Bainbridge, Michael Baldwin, Harold Hurrell, Victor Burgin, Barry Flanagan, Joseph Kosuth, John Latham, Reolof Louw. Lucy R. Lippard kuratierte die Amerikaner Robert Barry, Stephen Kaltenbach, Lawrence Weiner, On Kawara, Sol LeWitt, Douglas Huebler, N.E. Thing Co., Frederick Barthelme und Hans Strelow den Niederländer Jan Dibbets und die Deutsche Hanne Darboven. Dadurch, das Michel Claura nur Daniel Buren mit einer Arbeut beauftragte, hat dieser die gesamten 8 Seiten zur Verfügung. Statt eines Textes oder Fotografien, wie sie häufig durch die anderen vertretenen Künstler zum Einsatz kamen, verwendete Buren eine Folge von weißen und gelben senkrechten Streifen, die sich über die gesamten 8 Seiten fortsetzen. [http://catalogue.danielburen.com - Catalogue raisonne 1967 - 1972]. Alle Arbeiten enthalten eine dreisprachige Erläuterung in Englisch, Französisch und Deutsch. Neben der eigentlichen Ausstellung, nämlich dem Magazin, das neben den 48 Seiten Künstlerbeiträgen auch noch 24 Seiten Texte und Buchvorstellungen sowie 18 Seiten Galerie- und Ausstellungsanzeigen enthält, erschien etwas später auch noch eine Buchausgabe mit lediglich den 48 Seiten, gebunden in schwarzes Leinen. Beides ist inzwischen sehr selten. Beiliegend Bestellkarte für das Magazin und eine für Publikationen. [Vgl. Seth Siegelaub - Beyond Conceptual Art. Köln, Amsterdam, 2016, S. 208 - 211 Maffei / de Donno. Sol Lewitt Artists Books, Nummer 38 für den Beitrag von Sol Lewitt].

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        Poèmes de Mao Tse-Toung illustré par Salvador Dali.

      Paris, Editions Argillet, 1967. - In-folio, non paginé, Edition de luxe limitée à 228 exemplaires illustrés de 8 gravures originales sur cuivre de Salvador Dali. Celui-ci est un des 150 exemplaires sur Arches blanc signé au crayon par Dali à la justification. Première édition française traduite du chinois par le professeur Ho Ju de l'Université de Nankin. Légères traces d'eau sans gravité à l'étui-boîte, sinon exemplaire en parfaite condition. en feuilles, sous couverture gaufrée, chemise toilée et étui-boîte de toile grise titré au dos. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Magische Punkte I. Abstrakte Farbkomposition. Öl auf Leinwand, rechts unten mit *Bredow (19)67 * signiert und datiert.

      1967 - Bildmaß ca. 67 x 87 cm, gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß ca. 76 x 95 cm ). Von guter Erhaltung, der Rahmen etwas bestoßen. Am Rahmen seitlich verso ein kleines altes Klebeetikett mit Bezeichnung sowie verso auf dem Rahmen mit Nachlaßstempel. ( Bitte beachten: Hier aufgrund der Größe kein Versand, hier bitte nur Selbstabholung nach Absprache / please notice: sorry, no shipment possible ) ( Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage – further pics at request )

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        Tratado de las leyes y de Dios legislador en diez libros [recogidos en 6 VOLÚMENES, COMPLETO]. Reproducción facsímil de la edición príncipe de Coimbra, 1612 [Ed. bilingüe, en castellano y en latín]. Versión española por José Ramón Eguillor Muniozguren. Introducción general por Luis Vela Sánchez.

      Madrid, 1967-68. - En 6 volúmenes de –20,5 x 29–. Vol. 1 (Libros I y II). Vol. 2 (Libro III y IV). Vol. 3 (Libro V). Vol. 4 (Libros VI y VII). Vol. 5 (Libro VIII). Vol. 6 (Libros IX y X e Índices). Con un total de XLIII + 2 hs. + 2792 págs. + XIV + 1 h. Magnífica encuadernación en holandesa, lomo de piel con nervios y estmpaciones en oro. (MUY BUEN ESTADO.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ROBERT FILLIOU: HAND SHOW - LIMITED SIGNED EDITION WITH TWENTY-FOUR LITHOGRAPHS IN A WOODEN BOX WITH A SILKSCREENED PLEXIGLAS LID

      (FILLIOU, ROBERT). Filliou, Robert & Scott Hyde. ROBERT FILLIOU: HAND SHOW - LIMITED SIGNED EDITION WITH TWENTY-FOUR LITHOGRAPHS IN A WOODEN BOX WITH A SILKSCREENED PLEXIGLAS LID. Numbered and Signed by the Artist and Photographer. Villingen, GERMANY: SABA-Studio, 1967. First Edition 1/150. 4to. Loose Contents in a Wooden Box. Artists' Book. Fine/No Jacket - As Issued. np (4pp) + 25 loose 11 x 8 ½" heavy cardstock sheets printed photolithographically recto only, 24 monochrome illustrations. "Hand Show" is the 1967 artists' book cum print portfolio collaboration between French-born Fluxus and Performance artist Robert Filliou and American photographer Scott Hyde that presents portraits detailing the left hands of the authors and twenty-two notable artist-colleagues. According to Filliou's preface "It has occurred to me that the key to art may well consist in learning the significance or meaning of each part, line, marking and shape of the artists' hands". Printed photolithographically as individual plates, the subjects of these close-up, high contrast studies are Filliou, Hyde, Arman (Fernandez), Ay-O, Mark Brusse, Pol Bury, John Cage, Christo (Javacheff), Jasper Johns, Dick Higgins, Red Grooms, Alain Jaquet, Robert Breer, Ray Johnson, Alison Knowles, Roy Lichtenstein, Jackson MacLow, Marisol (Escobar), Claes Oldenburg, Benjamin Patterson, Takis (Vassilakis), Andy Warhol, Robert Watts, and Emmet Williams. The plates and their printed paper portfolio are laid into a Filliou-designed 12 x 9 ½ x 1 ½" wooden box with a silkscreened Plexiglas lid. An internally bright, most handsome example of this exceedingly uncommon book-object - only seven copies are currently cited in OCLC WorldCat - limited to one hundred and fifty copies NUMBERED (146/500) AND SIGNED "Robert Filliou" in red ink and "Scott Hyde" in black ink on the colophon showing a couple of nicks to the wood of the exterior box's face. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 025843

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        Perceptrons and Pattern Recognition. Artificial Intelligence Memo no. 140. MAC-M-358. Project MAC.

      Cambridge, MA: September 1967. First edition, extremely rare pre-publication issue, of this important early work in Artificial Intelligence (AI), containing the first systematic study of parallelism in computation. It was first published in book form in 1969 as Perceptrons. An Introduction to Computational Geometry (second edition 1987). It "has remained a classical work on threshold automata networks for nearly two decades. It marked a historical turn in artificial intelligence, and it is required reading for anyone who wants to understand the connectionist counterrevolution that is going on today. Artificial-intelligence research, which for a time concentrated on the programming of Von Neumann computers, is swinging back to the idea that intelligence might emerge from the activity of networks of neuron-like entities. Minsky and Papert's book was the first example of a mathematical analysis carried far enough to show the exact limitations of a class of computing machines that could seriously be considered as models of the brain. Now the new developments in mathematical tools, the recent interest of physicists in the theory of disordered matter, the new insights into and psychological models of how the brain works, and the evolution of fast computers that can simulate networks of automata have given Perceptrons new importance" (from the introduction to the second book edition). This pre-publication issue is extremely rare and seems to be little known. Most discussions of Minsky & Papert's work refer only to the 1969 book edition. OCLC lists only two copies (Stanford and National Research Council Canada). There appears to be no copy at MIT, where the research was carried out and where this work was published. No copies in auction records. Some of the earliest work in AI used networks or circuits of connected units to simulate intelligent behaviour. Examples of this kind of work, called 'connectionism', include Walter Pitts and Warren McCullough's first description of a neural network for logic and Minsky's work on the SNARC system. In the late 1950s, most of these approaches were abandoned when researchers began to explore symbolic reasoning as the essence of intelligence. However, one type of connectionist work continued: the study of perceptrons, invented by Frank Rosenblatt (1928-71) in 1958, who kept the field alive with his salesmanship and the sheer force of his personality. The perceptron was a simple neural network, namely, an algorithm which allows for learning the process of deciding whether an input belongs to some given class or not ('binary classifier'). Rosenblatt optimistically predicted that the perceptron "may eventually be able to learn, make decisions, and translate languages". He had been a schoolmate of Minsky at the Bronx High School of Science. Minsky had toyed with neural networks, in fact his PhD dissertation concerned them, but he had dismissed their worth at that time. Thus the claims made by Rosenblatt purporting to demonstrate the learning powers of the perceptron were viewed right from the start with skepticism by Minsky. An active research program into perceptrons was carried out throughout the 1960s but came to a sudden halt with the publication of Minsky and Papert's book Perceptrons. It suggested that there were severe limitations to what perceptrons could do and that Frank Rosenblatt's predictions had been grossly exaggerated. While the book highlights some of perceptrons' strengths, it also shows some previously unknown limitations. The most important of these is related to the computation of some predicates, such as the XOR function (which outputs 'true' when exactly one of two inputs is true), and also the important connectedness predicate (to tell whether an input pattern is connected, i.e., forms 'one piece', or not). The effect of the book was devastating: virtually no research at all was done in connectionism for 10 years. Major funding for connectionist projects was difficult to find in the 1970s and early 1980s. The 'winter' of connectionist research came to an end in the middle 1980s, when the work of John Hopfield, David Rumelhart and others revived large-scale interest in neural networks. "Minsky (1927-2016) was a uniquely brilliant, creative, and charismatic person, and his intellect and imagination shone through in his work. His ideas helped shape the computer revolution that has transformed modern life over the past few decades, and they can still be felt in modern efforts to build intelligent machines--one of the most exciting and important endeavors of our age. "Minsky grew up in New York City, and he attended Harvard, where his curiosity led him to study an eclectic range of subjects, including mathematics, biology, and music. He then completed a PhD in the prestigious mathematics program at Princeton, where he mingled with scientists including the physicist Albert Einstein and the mathematician and computer pioneer John von Neumann. "Inspired by mathematical work on logic and computation, Minsky believed that the human mind was fundamentally no different than a computer, and he chose to focus on engineering intelligent machines, first at Lincoln Lab, and then later as a professor at MIT, where he cofounded the Artificial Intelligence Lab in 1959 with another pioneer of the field, John McCarthy. "Minsky's early achievements include building robotic arms and grippers, computer vision systems, and the first electronic learning system, a device, which he called Snarc, that simulated the functioning of a simple neural network fed visual stimuli. Remarkably, while at Harvard in 1956, he also invented the confocal scanning microscope, an instrument that is still widely used today in medical and scientific research. "Minsky was also central to a split in AI that is still highly relevant. In 1969, together with Seymour Papert, an expert on learning, Minsky wrote a book called Perceptrons, which pointed to key problems with nascent neural networks. The book has been blamed for directing research away from this area of research for many years. "Today, the shift away from neural networks may seem like a mistake, since advanced neural networks, known as deep learning systems, have proven incredibly useful for all sorts of tasks. "In fact, the picture is a little more complicated. Perceptrons highlighted important problems that needed to be overcome in order to make neural networks more useful and powerful; Minsky often argued that a purely "connectionist" neural network-focused approach would never be sufficient to imbue machines with genuine intelligence. Indeed, many modern-day AI researchers, including those who have pioneered work in deep learning, are increasingly embracing this same vision" (Knight, 'What Marvin Minsky still means for AI,' MIT Technology Review, January 26, 2016). Seymour Papert (1928-2016) was one of the early pioneers of AI, and was also a seminal thinker regarding computers and pedagogy for children. Born in South Africa, he went to MIT in the early 1960s where, with Minsky, he founded the AI Lab. 4to (278 x 214 mm), pp. [viii], 26; 15; 11; 8; 10; 3; 26; 24;19; 9; 14; 12; 8 (each of the 11 lectures is separately-paginated). Stapled as issued into clear plastic covers (front cover loose at two of the staples), wholes foring binder.

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        Uber Elementumwandlungen im Inneren der Sterne I [- II]. Two offprints from Physikalische Zeitschrift 28, no. 6, 15 March 1937 [- 29, no. 17/18, 15 September 1938].

      First edition, the very rare offprints, of these two papers in which von Weizsäcker first proposed a detailed mechanism, called the carbon-nitrogen-oxygen (CNO) cycle, to explain how the stars shine: hydrogen atoms are fused in the centre of stars to form helium atoms using carbon as a catalyst, resulting in the release of large quantities of energy. This is still believed to be the predominant energy-producing mechanism in stars more massive than the Sun. The CNO cycle was developed independently by Hans Bethe six months later (and is now known as the Bethe-Weizsäcker cycle); Bethe was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 1967 "for his contributions to the theory of nuclear reactions, especially his discoveries concerning the energy production in stars" (von Weizsäcker was twice nominated for the Nobel Prize but was not awarded it). Part II of von Weizsäcker's paper is also important in the history of cosmology, suggesting a 'big-bang’ theory of the origin of the universe, as well as a possible explanation of the relative abundances of the elements. "Weizsacker's paper of 1938 deserves to be recognized not only as a pioneering contribution to our understanding of why the stars shine, but also as an interesting attempt to provide the origin of the universe with a physical explanation. Weizsacker's picture was that of a big-bang universe" (Kragh, p. 99). Not in OCLC; no copies in auction records. "Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker, since fall 1936 an assistant at the new Kaiser Wilhelm-Institut fur Physik in Berlin-Dahlem, signed on 22 January 1937, a review article entitled 'Uber Elementumwandlungen im Inneren der Sterne' (On the Transmutation of Elements in Stars). He started from what he called the 'Aufbauhypothese' (hypothesis of 'constitution' or 'building up'), which he attributed to Arthur Stanley Eddington (1926), and stated "that, apart from negligibly small effects, the nuclear transmutations studied theoretically provide the sole origin of the composite inner regions of the stars which initially are composed of pure hydrogen and their unique source of energy" (p. 176). The empirical data obtained on the chemical constitution of stars, especially the frequency of the occurrence of heavier elements, encouraged von Weizsäcker to extend the 'Aufbauhypothese': "The temperature in the interior of stars takes on values allowing the transmutation of the lightest nuclei on the basis of hydrogen. The energy obtained from these transmutations provides the source of the emission of radiation due to the [surface] temperature of the star. The transformations do not directly lead to the origin of heavier nuclei; however, in their course free neutrons are created as byproducts, which build-up a part of the available [lighter] nuclei into the known heavier elements" (p. 178). He added: "If this concept is correct, the star acts as an engine which, with the help of the liberated nuclear energies, sustains the necessary external conditions steadily," and: "It should be the only possible engine of this kind" (loc. cit.). With this fundamental hypothesis in mind, von Weizsäcker pursued a systematic survey of the various energy-producing reactions of the lightest nuclei and their relevance for the internal constitution of the stars, and then the formation of the heavy nuclei by reactions with neutrons. "In dealing with the nuclear reactions in stars, von Weizsäcker confined himself to consider only thermally induced reactions, initially with charged light particles - namely, proton, deuteron, and triton ... For the continuous production of energy the existence of 'reaction chains' was necessary, which not only produced enough energy and higher elements (such as helium from hydrogen) but also supplied the material for the initial reaction. Von Weizsäcker discussed a number of possibilities for such reactions and the resulting relative frequencies of higher nuclei in stars ... "In spite of these initial successes, the generalized 'Aufbauhypothese' revealed serious difficulties, as von Weizsäcker summarized in Part One of his second paper 'Uber Elementumwandlungen im Inneren der Sterne II,' submitted one-and-a-half years later. Notably, von Weizsäcker said that the coupling of the energy-producing processes with those of the building-up of higher elements seemed to be contradicted by empirical data, and the availability of larger numbers of neutrons (required for the synthesis of heavier nuclei ) also could not really be justified theoretically. Hence, especially the origin of all heavy nuclei should not be included in the building-up hypothesis. "Having stated this restriction of the fundamental hypothesis, von Weizsäcker returned in Part Two of his 1938 survey to consider the possible mechanisms of nuclear energy production in stars. Now, he also abandoned his previously preferred model cycle ... Besides a process having the net result H + H = D + e+ and those processes leading to the formation of helium via lithium, as well as several other processes, he focused on a process connected with the carbon nucleus 12C, the so-called 'carbon cycle'; i.e., 12C + H = 13N; 13N = 13C + e+; 13C + H = 14N; 14N + H = 15O; 15O = 15N + e+; 15N + H = 12C + 4He. Von Weizsäcker finally noted that the energy source of stars would therefore first consist of a decomposition of elements below carbon, followed by the [carbon] cycle, and added: "If via side reactions the abundance of carbon finally decreases as well, an analogous cycle starting from oxygen would be available" (II, p. 639). With the carbon cycle, the known features of stellar evolution did indeed follow, while the origin of the heaviest elements certainly had to be decoupled; it required extreme conditions which von Weizsäcker thought might exist in supermassive stars" (Mehra & Rechenberg, pp. 991-3). "In June 1938 [George] Gamow attended a conference in Warsaw on 'New Theories in Physics.' On his way back to the United States he visited Berlin and met with Weizsäcker, with whom he discussed problems of nuclear astrophysics. Weizsäcker learned from Gamow that Bethe was investigating the same nuclear processes as he was, the proton-proton and CN cycles. However, the works of the two German physicists were not only independent, they differed considerably ... whereas Bethe did not deal with the origin of the elements and refrained from "speculations about this previous state of stellar matter," his colleague in Berlin had no such reservations. This makes Weizsäcker's paper ... the more interesting one from a cosmological perspective. "In 1937 Weizsäcker had endorsed the "wider synthesis hypothesis," that is, the attempt to build up heavier elements from a process starting with proton-proton reactions, but in his paper of 1938 he renounced this view. He now argued, as Bethe did independently, that it was impossible to synthesize heavier elements in stars and, therefore, that "It is quite possible that the formation of the elements took place before the origin of the stars, in a state of the universe significantly different from today's." However, contrary to Bethe, Weizsäcker found it tempting "to draw from the frequency of distribution of the elements conclusions about an earlier state of the universe in which this distribution might have originated." He realized this to be a problematic program, not only because of the technical difficulties but also because it related to a state of the universe of which no direct empirical knowledge was available and to which the present laws of nature could not be uncritically extrapolated. He took the sensible position "to presuppose, first of all hypothetically, the permanence in time of our natural laws and ... be prepared for the appearance of error when this theory is compared with historical documents still available today." The program outlined by Weizsäcker aimed at inferring the state of the unknown, early universe from present conditions. He relied on crude calculations based on the assumption that the original distribution of elements was in thermodynamic equilibrium and tried to estimate from the present distribution the original temperature and density. Relying in part on previous methods of this kind, first used by two German physical chemists, Ladislaus Farkas and Paul Harteck, Weizsäcker was led to the tentative conclusion of the early universe having "a temperature of an order of magnitude of that which would come about through the complete transformation of the nuclear binding energy into heat [about 2 x 1011 K]. The accompanying density is likewise already in the neighbourhood of the density of the nucleus." "Weizsäcker argued qualitatively that the gross distribution of the elements was obtained under these extreme conditions, and that subsequently the temperature and density would decrease, with new nuclear reactions taking place that would account for the fine structure. At the end of his paper, he addressed more directly, and more speculatively, cosmological questions. He imagined "a great primeval aggregation of matter perhaps consisting of pure hydrogen" collapsing under the influence of gravity to form the extreme conditions under which element formation would take place. Admitting that the size of this primeval aggregation was purely a matter of speculation, he invited his readers to imagine "the entire universe as known to us combined in it." He saw this speculation as justified by the observation that the energy released in the original formation of the elements would impart to the nuclei a velocity of the order of magnitude of one-tenth of the velocity of light: "At approximately this speed the fragments of the [primordial] star should fly apart. If we ask where today speeds of this order of magnitude may be observed, we find them only in the recessional motion of the spiral nebulae. Therefore, we ought at least to reckon with the possibility that this motion has its cause in a primeval catastrophe of the sort considered above"" (Kragh, pp. 97-8). Schaaf speculates on why it was Bethe who was awarded the Nobel Prize for the theory of energy production in stars, even though von Weizsäcker's theory was published first. "Bethe had worked on the energy production in stars at about the same time as Weizsäcker but independently from him. The Nobel Committee valued the structural depth of Bethe's work more than Weizsäcker's temporal priority because Bethe had described the nuclear reactions quantitatively and had shown a much deeper understanding of the nuclear processes in the centre of stars whereas Weizsäcker had worked more qualitatively. There are no reasons to believe that political resentments towards Weizsäcker played any significant role in awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1967 only to Bethe." Von Weizsäcker was the longest-living member of the team that performed nuclear research in Germany during the Second World War, under Werner Heisenberg's leadership. There is ongoing debate as to whether or not he, and the other members of the team, actively and willingly pursued the development of an atomic bomb for Germany during this time. Kragh, Cosmology and Controversy, 1996; Mehra & Rechenberg, The Historical Development of Quantum Theory, Vol. 6, 2001; Schaaf, 'Weizsäcker, Bethe and the Nobel Prize,' Acta Historica Leopoldina 63 (2014), 145-56. 4to (274 x 197 mm), pp. 176-191 [I], 633-646 [II]. Original printed wrappers, wholes punched for ring binder.

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        Yoroppa Seishishita Jikan: Narahara Ikko Shashinshu [Where Time Has Stopped]

      Kashima Kenkyujo Shuppan Kai, Tokyo 1967 - Original blue cloth binding, a little fading to spine, very minor discolouration to covers. Near fine, first edition of this monochrome and colour photobook of people and landscapes of Europe by celebrated Japanese photographer Nakahara Ikko. In 1955, Nakahara became part of the gJitsuzaisha (Real Existence)h avant-garde painting group, and, in 1961, started up the independent agency gVIVOh with Tomatsu Shomei and Eikoh Hosoe. Book design by Sugiura Kohei. Comes with original slipcase, also in near fine condition. First edition. Text in Japanese. 204 p. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        BUNMEI KAIKA NISHIKIESHU; YOKOHAMA-E TO KAIKAE COLOR PRINTSOF THE LATE TOKUGAWA

      Tokyo [1967], Tarumi Shobo. Black cloth, very good, yellow board slipcase, 28p. English & Japanese text, 127p. plates, 237 color & b.w. photos of prints, English list of plates., FIRST & ONLY LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION OF 2000 COPIES A major referernce for the prints that show the opening of Japan, Yokohama prints, foreigners, & foreign influenced art & prints of Japan. Standard reference, always a scarce book! .

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        Sabre-Tooth - Modesty Blaise

      Pan, 1967. Paperback. Good. 1967. 283 pages. Good condition paperback; as expected for age. Cards, pages, and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues may exist such as shelf wear, inscriptions, light foxing and tanning.

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        L'Archibras Nos. 1-7 [Complete]

      Paris: Le Terrain Vague, 1967. First edition. 4to, each issue offset printed, gathered in signatures and gluebound, with the exception of the fugitive issues 4 and 5, which are saddle-stapled, the latter with the "Tchécoslovaquie" rubberstamp in green to cover, as issued. Text in French. Profusely illustrated in b/w. With an unused sheet of stationary for the periodical added. All issues published of the important Surrealist periodical, which began in the year following the death of Breton and bracketed the uprisings of 1968, and worked to situate the movement without the burgeoning polititical movements of the time. The memorable cover of the third issue features a rotary telephone with the numbers replaced by the phrase "BLACK POWER", and this run includes the very scarce fourth and fifth issues, produced "out of series" - both of which were confiscated by the authorities for their attacks on De Gaulle and material on Czech Surrealism. The cover of the first issue, which featured a photograph of that issue itself casually arrayed among predecessor Surrealist periodicals, both served to boldly position the periodical as heir, but also acknowledged the difficulties of defining the movement in a tumultuous decade after the death of Breton. With contributions across the numbers by Philippe Audoin, Jorge Camacho, V. Bounoure, Jehan Mayoux, René Nelli, Gérard Legrand, Jean-Michel Goutier, Joyce Mansour, Suzy Embo, Radovan Ivsic, Toyen, Pierre Alechinsky, José Pierre, Jean-Claude Silbermann, Annie Le Brun, Dionys Mascolo, Marguerite Duras, Herbert Marcuse, Guy Cabanel, Hervé Télémaque, George Sebbag, Bernard Roger, Ohcamac, Robert Guyon, François-René Simon, Franklin and Penelope Rosemont, Jindrich Heisler, Yves Elléouët, Ted Joans, Jean-Claude Barbé, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Witold Gombrowicz, Alain Joubert, Michel Zimbacca, Mimi Parent, Jean Lamrieu, Claude Courtot, Pierre Faucheux, Paulo Antonio de Paranagua, Stanislav Dvorsky, Vratislav Effenberger, Petr Kral, Ludvik Svab, Giovanna, José Sanchez, Roger Renaud, Jean Terrossian, Elie Delamarre de Boutelille, Jean Benoit, Bernard Roger, Jeep, and Michel Gourtay. A near fine set, showing only some negligible light rubbing and creasing to wraps.

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