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        Cien Años de Soledad (One Hundred Years of Solitude).

      Buenos Aires: Editorial Sudamericana, 1967. First edition of the author's masterpiece which is recognized as one of the most significant works in the Spanish literary canon. Octavo, original illustrated wrappers. Inscribed and dated in the year of publication by the author on the front free endpaper, "Para Hombre Luis Roffo, Cordialmente Gabriel Garcia Marquez 1967." In near fine condition with a touch of creasing to the spine and overall light rubbing. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. Uncommon in this condition and rare and desirable signed in the year of publication. "One Hundred Years of Solitude chronicles the life of Macondo, a fictional town based in part of Garcia Marquez's hometown of Aracataca, Columbia, and seven generations of the founding family, the Buendias. He creates a complex world with characters and events that display the full range of human experience. For the reader, the pleasure of the novel derives from its fast-paced narrative, humor, vivid characters, and fantasy elements. In this 'magic realism', the author combines imaginative flights of fancy with social realism to give us images of levitating priests, flying carpets, a four-year-long rainstorm, and a young woman ascending to heaven while folding sheets" (NYPL Books of the Century 31). At the conclusion of the 1970's this book was voted by the editors of The New York Times Book Review to be not only the best book published in the last ten years but the book most likely to still be read one hundred years from then.

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        Desmond Morris – The Naked Ape; The Human Zoo A ZoologistÂ’s Study of the Human Animal – First UK Editions SIGNED Cape

      Cape, 1967 A pair of Morris' zoologist study of the human animal. Both first edition, first printings, SIGNED without dedication by the Author. Both are fine in very good wrappers. Volume 1 clipped. Volume 2 a little faded on the spine. Exceptionally rare to find both volumes offered for sale SIGNED.[removed][removed]

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        In the Heat of the Night. (Screenplay)

      1967. Rainbow script, title page and cover indicate Revised First Draft, July 1, 1966, revisions on multi-colored pages, through October 1966. Mimeographed, Mirisch Corporation card covers, brad-fastened. Cover and title page stamped with copyright notice; corner clipped from cover for copy number privacy; 140 pages; 3 revised pages in early photocopy. Directed by Norman Jewison, the film was a winner of 5 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium, and Best Actor for Rod Steiger in the part Silliphant wrote for him. Silliphant also won an Edgar for the screenplay from the Mystery Writers of America. Signed by Sidney Poitier and William Schallert ("Mayor Schubert").

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        Ces Messieurs de Rothschild

      Éditions Pierre Tisné, Paris 1967 - First edition. Mounted color frontispiece and other mounted color illustrations. 60 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Engelhard - Pirie Copy, inscribed by the three Barons Rothschild. Inscribed to Jane Engelhard on the title-page by the three Barons de Rothschild (Guy, Alain, and Elie), with a presentation card tipped in, and with a TLS from Baron Alain de Rothschild to Jane Engelhard tipped to the front endpaper, presenting the book. Blue paper boards, slightly scuffed. Bookplate of Robert S Pirie. In quarter blue morocco slipcase with chemise Mounted color frontispiece and other mounted color illustrations. 60 pp. 1 vols. 4to [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        New York: Arte e Persone

      bontecou, Chamerlain, Dine, Duchamp, Johns, Lichtenstein, Newman, Noland, Oldenburg, Poons, Rauschenberg, Rosenquist, Segal, Stella, Warhol, Wesselmann / Fotografie die Ugo Mulas, Testo die Alan Solomon / Hardcover / 336x245mm / 338 pages / published 1967 by Longanesi & Co, Milano / Text Italienisch, kein Deutsch, kein Englisch! / normal used condition / Zustand: für das Alter ein gepflegtes gebrauchtes Buch mit normalen Spuren. Seiten gleichmässig nachgedunkelt. Das Buch wurde in Plastikfolie gehüllt und innen mit Klebestreifen fixiert, diese Klebestreifen haben gelbe/braune Spuren hinterlassen (siehe Bild!). Plastikfolie könnte entfernt werden, gelbe Kleberspuren innen bleiben. Aussen etwas normal lager- und gebrauchsspurig. Bindung hält perfekt. Normal altersbedingt nachgedunkelt. Sonst einwandfrei. / Sammlerstück!

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      LATERZA, 1967. ITALIANO 0,14 Vol. n. 12 della collana, antologia a cura di Alfredo Parente, VII edizione riveduta, brossura editoriale leggermente ingiallita e con lievissimi segni di usura ai bordi ed al dorso, fioritura ai tagli USATO

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        From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. [Two first editions, including a presentation copy.]

      New York: Atheneum, 1967 - 2 copies, octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine and front cover black, black endpapers. With the dust jackets. Spine rolled, light rubbings to extremities, creasing to endpapers; a very good copy in the dust jacket with loss to spine ends partially affecting text, chip to head of front panel, tape repairs to verso, creasing to flaps; together with a fine copy in bright jacket. Illustrations by author throughout. First editions, first printings. The presentation copy is inscribed by the author on the title page, "For the readers of Suttons Bay Library, E. L. Konigsburg". This young adult novel won the Newbery Award in 1968, making Konigsburg is one of only six authors to have won two separate Newbery Awards. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        We Bombed in New Haven

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1967 First edition, first printing.Octavo. Original burgundy cloth, titles to upper board and spine in silver and orange, red topstain. With the dust jacket.A superb copy in the dust jacket. The perfect association copy with the author's magnificent presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "To Morty With limitless gratitude & admiration, without whose genius as a producer this script might have remained just a script, & without whose good sense and good nature it might have never have survived. Joe Heller 10/16/68" The recipient was Morton Gottlieb the producer of the ill-fated Broadway production of this play. The play opened on the 16th October 1968 - the very day this copy was inscribed by Heller - and ran for just 85 performances, closing on the 29th December that year. Playscripts inscribed to their producer have always struck me as any play's non plus ultra association copy.[128]

      [Bookseller: Blakeney Griffin Booksellers Ltd]
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        L'Archibras Nos. 1-7 [Complete, with Unused Stationary]

      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. All issues near fine to fine, showing only some negligible light rubbing and creasing to wraps.

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      - BACON,PEGGY. THE GHOST OF OPALINA OR NINE LIVES. Boston: Little Brown (1967). 8vo (5 3/4 x 8 1/4"), cloth, 243p., fine condition in VG dust wrapper (dw frayed at spine ends, rubbed at corners and folds). Stated first edition. The story is about a cat and much more. Written by Bacon and illustrated by her with 16 full page, 20 half-page and numerous smaller black and white illustrations throughout the text. THIS COPY IS INSCRIBED BY BACON ON THE ENDPAPER! Notoriously rare as a first edition in dust wrapper, this is extra special with the inscription from Bacon. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        Parade funebre pour Charles Estienne.

      Paris, France: Editions Jean Bucher, 1967. 29 un-numbered pages of lithographs, plus a lithographed front cover/spine of the dustjacket. Number 351 of 400 copies. The spine has minimal creasing, and there is minimal shelfwear; near fine condition. Protected in custom-fitted archival mylar. Clean and unmarked. First edition.. First Edition. Paperback. Near fine condition. Quarto (4to).

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        FAKE; a forgery exposed

      OFFERING: An extraordinary art crime item, an art forgery sold, as by Rufino Tamayo, transformed into a picture document after he denounced and defaced it. Shown the art forgery during a visit with its owner, the New York art dealer, Jacob D. Weintraub, Rufino Tamayo vented his anger and dismay by dramatically documenting the event, writing FAKE across the center of the artwork and autographing his declaration, his personal testament embedded in and inseparable from the identity fraud it has stopped. I have consulted with curators, art dealers, artists, etc., and none have seen or heard of such a testament before, nor have I come across an example in the literature. A signed declaration of forgery, superimposed on the fraudulent artwork by the offended artist is excessively rare. Accompanying the forgery picture document is the rare deluxe issue of the monograph, "Tamayo", also from Jacob Weintraub's collection. The book provides additional confirmation for the testament's authenticity. As called for, the justification leaf of the limited edition book is signed by the principal contributors, first among them, Rufino Tamayo. The book's authentic Rufino Tamayo signature is from the same time period and matches Rufino Tamayo's testament signature on all points. The matching authentic Tamayo signatures are wholly and in every respect dissimilar to the counterfeit signature of the forger. PROVENANCE: Jacob D. Weintraub had a personal connection to the altered work and recognizing the great rarity of the event, kept this remarkable picture document for his private collection. The altered forgery and deluxe issue book were offered from his estate, as one lot at auction and purchased by the seller. CONDITION: Overall condition of the mixed lot: Good. Condition Detail: Forgery: Fine / Tamayo Testament: Fine / Gallery Label: Fine / SBMA Sticker: Very Good / Picture Frame: Poor / Book: Good but lacks raffia board slipcase, lacks called for, signed Tamayo drawing. / Pages: bright and clean, many pages with a light fore-edge bend, some pages with a top corner slightly bumped. / Covers: bright and clean with slight rubs; top corners slightly bumped, spine with some footwear and a light crown rub. / Gilt: Fine / Binding: Very Good. THE DENUNCIATION: The 'original' artwork is about creation but it is a forgery made to capitalize on the growing fame of Rufino Tamayo's art. His banner style declaration, charged with anger and incredulity, nullifies the claim and transforms it into a riveting, illustrated document. Spanning 182 x 65 mm, the testament is made in the manner of voiding a financial instrument, but with an artist's flair, stabbing the figure, cutting into an eye, piercing a wrist, the k in FAKE done as an insult-v along the nose, joined to a cross-out-x. Rufino Tamayo's nonpareil autograph nearly spans the width of the drawing and its long T-bar flourish underscores the denunciation. DOCUMENTATION: Three pieces of documentation on the rear backing, the seller label of the art gallery, a museum sticker used to augment provenance, and Jacob Weintraub's notes on his purchase, establish some of the historical background: Title: "Woman with Outstretched Arms" / Media: pastel and pen & ink / Size: 240 x 319 mm / Date: 1967 / Claimed Provenance: made by Rufino Tamayo / Additional Claimed Provenance: label of Santa Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA) / Claimed Verification: artist signature in right bottom corner / Price: $2,500.00 / Sale Date: February, 4, 1969 / Seller: Maxwell Galleries, 551 Sutter St., San Francisco, (established 1940 by Fred Maxwell) / Buyer: Jacob Weintraub, buying inventory for the Weintraub Gallery, 992 Madison Avenue, New York (After making his reputation as a dealer in German Expressionist art, Jacob Weintraub [1905-2000] opened a gallery in Manhattan in 1967 and he would have been purchasing after the 1968 Christmas season to add to inventory.) / Forger: Unknown / Testament Date: Unknown. (Possibly Weintraub showed "Woman with Outstretched Arms" to Tamayo in 1971 or 1973 when the artist was visiting in New York, for the opening of solo exhibitions at the Perls Gallery.) THE DELUXE ISSUE: comprises the first 110 examples from the limited edition of 3,110. Handbound as issued, boards wrapped in soft tan calf, the upper side is decorated with an original Tamayo design in green, the top edge stamped with a scaled lozenge pattern, rolled in gold leaf and folio sewn with raffia endpapers delicately brushed with gold leaf, one inner panel on each side ruled in gold leaf, the binding signed in gold leaf by Fernando Lopez Valencia, one of Mexico's leading bookbinders. Printed on Sirius cardstock, the justification leaf is signed and numbered by Rufino Tamayo, and additionally signed by Francisco Graue (the principal editor), German Torres (the printer) and Fernando Lopez Valencia. BOOK: "Tamayo" by Juan Garcia Ponce, Galeria de Arte Misrachi, Mexico City, 1967, all texts in Spanish and English, example no. 71 from the deluxe limited edition, the true first edition. PAGINATION: Complete; 66 unnumbered pages, Spanish followed by an English translation, texts illustrated with 23 b/w reproductions, some full-page, one double-page + a suite with 33 lithographed full-page color plates with facing captions, reproducing selected oil paintings by Rufino Tamayo. SIZE: 410 x 320 mm (16.125 x 12.6 inches). ADDITIONAL IMAGES: by request.

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        The Shorebirds of North America

      The Viking Press, 1967, Full-Leather, Book Condition: near Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: near Fine, limited first edition, Signed by Author & Illustrator, Illustrated By: Robert Verity Clem. Size: 113/4 x 17 3/4, Copyright date is 1967, First Scarce Limited Edition, Signed by Peter Matthiessen, Ralph S. Palmer, Robert Verity Clem and Gardner D. Stout. This is a scarce limited first edition of this work, signed by all four contributes (including Robert Verity Clem, whose 32 color plates illustrate the work). The title is specially bound in leather with the original brown cloth-covered slipcase. The work is limited to 350 numbered copies; this copy is unnumbered. This author-signed vintage volume is solidly bound in leather, with mild shelf wear. The pages are clean and without markings. The plates are vividly colored. The slipcase shows light shelf wear. Text and illustrations are bright and clean, Binding is secure, A solid collectible book, Collectible & Signed, Limited

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      1967. Le livre de poche, Paris 1967, 11x16,5cm , broché. - Le livre de poche, Paris 1967, 11x16,5cm , broché. - Edizione su carta corrente nonostante la trentesima edizione di menzione. autografo firmato di Jacques Prévert Michel Konsegnian per il Natale del 1968, arricchita con tre disegni multicolori di due pupazzi di neve con un cartello su cui è scritto il nome del dedicatario e occupano il frontespizio e la successiva tre. Bella copia. Bella copia. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant en dépit d'une mention de trentième édition. Envoi autographe signé de Jacques Prévert à Michel Konsegnian, pour la Noël de 1968, enrichi de trois dessins multicolores représentant deux bonhommes brandissant une pancarte sur laquelle est inscrite le nom du dédicataire et qui occupent la page de titre et les trois suivantes. Agréable exemplaire. Agréable exemplaire.

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      Caterpillar Press: Distributed by Phoenix Bookstore, [New York] 1967 - [38 pp] First edition of author’s first book. Printed in the form of a spiral bound graph paper notebook, designed by his wife, the artist Eleanor Antin. Ted Berrigan’s copy with his name and address on cover. A great association copy between two contemporary writers working in post-Beat America [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Cien Anos de Soledad

      Editorial Sudamericana, 1967 The true first edition, in original wrappers. Very good. Housed in a custon-made slip-case. Former owner's artistic stamp on first two pages. Bookstore name stamped on page at back of book. Precedes all other printings.

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        Fishing Print: "June Trout Fishing" depicting a lone fisherman casting in a river

      1967 - "Privately Printed for the Theodore Gordon Flyfishers in a limited edition of 350 copies". 1 vols. Image size 14-1/2 x 23-1/2 inches. PLEISSNER PRINT INSCRIBED TO COLONEL HENRY SIEGEL. Inscribed to famous Bookseller Col. Hank Siegel on bottom. Bergh p. 107 Matted, framed, and glazed. Signed by the artist in pencil on the mount, "Ogden M. Pleissner" 1 vols. Image size 14-1/2 x 23-1/2 inches Privately Printed for the Theodore Gordon Flyfishers in a limited edition of 350 copies. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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      First edition, an advance (service de presse) copy. Handsome autograph inscription from André Malraux to Georges Simenon and his wife.Spine slightly wrinkled at head and foot, a good copy. Gallimard Paris 1967 14x20,5cm broché

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        The Lorsch Gospels. Introduction by Wolfgang Braunfels. [A Facsimile of the Two Parts of the Lorsch Gospels from the Biblioteca Documentara Batthyaneum in Alba Julia, Rumania, and the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana in Rome. ] [""Capitulare Euangeliorum Anni Circuli"": Leaves 116-124 Verso (2d Group) ]

      New York; Printed In Western Germany : George Braziller, 1967. 1st Edition in this form. An exceptional example; fine+ in the original gilt-blocked, vellum-backed cloth and slip-case. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. Literally as new and still in the publisher's protective casing. ; 1 pages; Physical desc. : 111, 124 (i. E. 125) l. With illus. 38cm. Subject: Biblioteca apostolica vaticana. Pal. Lat. 50. Evangeliaries - Germany - Lorsch - Facsimiles. ""This facsimile edition comprises the two parts of the Lorsch Gospels from the Biblioteca Documentara Batthyaneum in Alba Julia, Rumania, and the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana in Rome. "" This copy no. 496.

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        Parade funèbre pour Charles Estienne

      Editions Jeanne Bucher, 1967. Libro d'Artista completamente illustrato con disegni di Dubuffet in serigrafia in bianco e nero. Cm 28 x 22. pp. 40. Molto Buono (Very Good). Edizione originale di 400 es. numerati.

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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

      London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., , 1967. Illustrated by Faith Jaques. Octavo. Recent red morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Vignette illustrations by Jaques in the text throughout. A fine copy. First UK edition, first impression. Originally published in New York, Knopf, 1964, with illustrations by Joseph Schindelman.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Photograph Signed, black and white matte finish, 8 X 10

      - Hudson is shown in bust length profile, smiling. To the left of his image on the light background, he inscribes and signs in red felt tip pen, "For.Best Wishes, Rock Hudson." Two punch holes in each corner. Docketed on verso, "Ice Station Zebra - MGM October 1967."

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        Come and Go. Dramaticule

      1967 - BECKETT, SAMUEL. Come and Go. Dramaticule. London: Calder and Boyars, [1967]. [6], 10 p. Illus. Cloth. A very fine copy, in the original glassine and publisher's slipcase. One of 100 numbered copies, signed by Beckett. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Joseph J. Felcone Inc., ABAA]
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        Monplaisir en littérature... - Monplaisir... en histoire

      - Gallimard, Paris 1967-1969, 14x20,5cm, 2 volumes brochés. - Prima flusso cartaceo Edition per il primo volume; una copia del servizio stampa per il secondo. Nel primo volume, l'invio autografo firmato e datato da Paul Morand al suo amico François Legueu. "... Ho passato piacere soprattutto vorrei che la morte come una botte, tutto può essere appreso tuo amico. . P.Morand, marzo 1968. " Per il secondo, bicolore autografo firmato l'invio di Paul Morand al suo amico François Legueu "mentore finanziario, mini storico tributo e amico, lo automobileclubment, Morand. Due annotazioni a penna a sfera nera su l'ultima guardia dedicatario del primo volume. Indietro del secondo volume leggermente insolated, bello insieme. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant pour le premier volume; un des exemplaires du service de presse pour le second. Pour le premier volume, envoi autographe daté et signé de Paul Morand à son ami François Legueu : "... J'ai fait passer le plaisir avant tout. Je voudrais que la mort aussi en fût un, tout s'apprend. Ton ami. P.Morand, mars 1968." Pour le second, envoi autographe signé bicolore de Paul Morand à son ami  François Legueu : " mentor financier, hommage d'un mini-historien et ami de toujours, automobileclubment à lui, Morand. Deux annotations au stylo bille noir du dédicataire sur la dernière garde du premier volume. Dos du second volume légèrement insolé, agréable ensemble.

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        Milton: A Poem.

      Clairvaux, Jura, France: The Trianon Press for The William Blake Trust, 1967 - Tall quarto. Original brown quarter morocco, marbled sides, titles gilt to spine, top edge gilt. Housed in the publisher's marbled slipcase. Trivial rubbing to ends, otherwise fine. Colour illuminated facsimiles achieved by collotype and stencil throughout. First edition thus, publisher Arnold Fawcus's copy, number 1 on 380 copies thus, from a total edition of 426 numbered copies printed on Arches rag paper to match that used by Blake. This copy, numbered 1 in the series, derives from the Trianon Press Archive, from the estate of Trianon publisher and founder Arnold Fawcus. Blake's Milton is the second-longest and penultimate of Blake's illuminated books, and contains the lyrics, "And did those feet in ancient time.", that would come to be sung as the hymn "Jerusalem". [Attributes: First Edition]

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      New York City, NY: Little, Brown & Company, 1967. First Edition. First Printing.. Hardcover. Fine/Fine Dust Jacket.. New York City, NY: Little, Brown & Company, 1967. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. First Edition/First Printing. 508 pages. Retrospective collection of short stories. One of the most important literary collections of the 20th century. The First Hardcover Edition. Precedes and should not be confused with all other subsequent editions. Published in a small and limited first print run as a hardcover original only. There is no ISBN. The First Edition is now rare. Presents "The Best Short Stories By Negro Writers: An Anthology From 1899 To The Present". Edited, selected, and annotated by Langston Hughes, the leading figure of the Harlem Renaissance, and one of the finest American writers of the 20th century. At the time of publication, the anthology was THE authoritative collection of its kind: Comprehensive, measured, and broadly expansive. Well-known, now great writers like James Baldwin, Ralph Ellison, Richard Wright, John Williams, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Langston Hughes himself are juxtaposed with "equally talented though yet relatively unknown writers such as Alice Walker, Ted Poston, Conrad Kent Rivers, and Mike Thelwell". Alice Walker ("The Color Purple") ascended to Pulitzer heaven shortly thereafter. Other notable inclusions are such now-canonical writers as Jean Toomer and Nora Zeale Hurston. Langston Hughes' tireless efforts on behalf of his fellow African-American writers paid off, and helped lead to a future writer like Toni Morrison, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1993, twenty-six years later, well before the century's close. An absolute "must-have" title for Langston Hughes and American literature collectors. <b><i> This copy is very prominently and beautifully signed, dated (in the month and year of publication) , and inscribed in black fountain pen on the front free endpaper by the author/editor: "Inscribed especially for Lloyd Garrison with cordial regards and good wishes always. Sincerely, Langston Hughes New York February 10, 1967". It is signed directly on the page itself, not on a tipped-in page. Hughes' handwriting is Classically clean, flowing, and elegant. Although it is still clear and visible, the word "sincerely" is smudged a bit (most probably by Hughes himself, whose typical salutation it is, but must have, on second thought, realized it was redundant in this case because he had already written "with cordial regards and good wishes always") . Alas, he seems to have tried in vain to erase it, thereby leaving behind another trace of himself. Writers - and everyone else - today just do not have "penmanship" like this any longer. This title is a great collection. As far as we know, this is the only such signed, placed, dated, and inscribed copy of the First Hardcover Edition/First Printing available online and despite its imperfection (wear and fading on DJ corners and spine) is still in fine condition: The book itself is in fine shape, and every single page is clean, crisp, and bright, a beauty. A rare signed copy thus. </b></i> Some of the finest American writers of the 20th century. A near-fine collectible copy. .

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        Captain James Cook Collection- Journals and stamps

      J. C. Beaglehole CollectionThe Journals of Captain James Cook Edited by J.C. BeagleholeThe Voyage of The Resolution and Discovery, 1776-1780two volumes: Part One, and Part Two including AtlasCambridge University Press for the Hakluyt SocietyPublished by the Syndics of the Cambridge University Press1967The Journals of Captain James Cook on His Voyages of DiscoveryEdited from the Original Manuscripts by by J.C. BeagleholeFour Volumes and PortfolioVoyage of The Resolution and Discovery, 1776-1780Part One (volume one) with Addenda and CorrigendaPart Two (volume 2) with CorrigendaPublished 1967Volume Three: Voyage of The Resolution and Adventure, 1772-1775Published 1961Volume Four: Voyage of The Endeavor, 1768-1771Published in 1955Complete Portfolio of Charts and Views, Edited by R.A. Skelton in dust jacketAlso included:Full Sheet of Captain James Cook commemorative stamps- together with two first day of issue envelopes, dated January 20, 1978 one from Honolulu, HI and one from Anchorage AK,Also included- The New York Times article announcing the commemorative stamp issueMore photos are available upon request of the books and stamps than the limit here.Packing and shipping of 175.00 to be addedReasonable offers will be considered

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        UNE FORCE IMMENSE ET MYSTERIEUXE venant de Ben. - Hektographyrtes Blatt mit einem s/w Fotoautomatenportr

      () 1967 - 15 x 21 cm. und 4 x 5 cm. Vgl. Fondazione Bonnotto FX 1262-02. - Erschien 1967 auch in der Sammlung "Fourre 2". Hier in der "gratis" Form mit dem Automatenport

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        When Marnie Was There

      Collins, 1967. Hardcover. Good/Acceptable. 1967. 224 pages. Pictorial jacket covering blue cloth boards with gilt lettering. Pages remain bright with moderate foxing to text block edge and the endpapers. Binding is firm with light corner bumping to the boards and lean to the spine. Unclipped jacket has light edge wear and tear all round and moderate soiling to the covers. Spine has light scuffing to the ends.

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        Mosters are Inoffensive -- 22 Flux Postcards

      (NY?): Fluxus, Division of Implosions (George Maciunas), 1967. Loose in Folder. Fine/envelope. 1967. 22 postcards (4.25 x 6.25 inches) housed in original plain brown envelope. Cards in Fine condition, envelope with minimal shelfwear. A major Fluxus work, spoofing the sexual standards of the time. Each card with a different small statement on the rear (ie, The fatter the men get the sillier they are but MONSTERS ARE INOFFENSIVE). Published by Fluxus and George Maciunas. Rare. Most institutions note that their cards are housed in a translucent box, but the set in the Walker Art Center is also housed in a brown envelope.

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        The Fixer (Original screenplay for the 1968 film)

      Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1967. Draft script for the 1968 film. Inscribed to noted journalist Robert Ajemian in an unknown hand ("for Robert Ajemian") on the front wrapper. Ajemian worked at this time for LIFE magazine, and beginning in 1972, national political correspondent and then Washington Bureau Chief for TIME magazine. Blue titled wrappers, rubber-stamped copy No. 39, dated July 6, 1967, with credits for Trumbo, Frankenheimer, and Lewis. Title page present, with credits for screenwriter Trumbo, director Frankenheimer and producer Lewis. 130 leaves, mechanically reproduced, with pink and blue revision pages throughout, dated 8/7/67. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine bound with two gold brads.

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        Unicorn Folio, Series One, Number 1. Snyder, Gleason, Maytag, Mytinger, Prevert, Waddington, Rukeyser, Voznesensky [Cover Title]

      Santa Barbara, CA:: Unicorn Press,, 1967. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed by Other. LIMITED EDITION of 325 copies printed by Noel Young with typography and devices by Alan Brilliant, this is Number 299, published by The Unicorn Press to commemorate the opening of The Unicorn Book Shop, January 2, 1967. Portfolio. 21 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches. Title-page, List of Contributors, 9 broadsides and 1 bi-fold laid in; text clean, unmarked. The broadsides are each published on a different paper, which are loosely laid into a large goldenrod-paper bi-fold, that in turn is inserted into a larger sheet of green paper whose bottom edge is folded over and taped at the bottom edge to form a pocket; the broadsheets and the goldenrod bi-fold are in fine condition, the edges of the green paper folder are shelf worn with a few small tears. Very Good. Unicorn Broadsheet Series I & II [Portfolio cover title]. [Santa Barbara]: Unicorn Press, 1968-1971. Portfolio. 22 x 14 3/4 inches. 20 broadsides laid into a portfolio with beige cloth spine and corners, red paper over boards, printed paper front cover label, limitation statement printed on a paper label mounted inside the rear board; square and tight, bump to the middle of the fore edge of the rear board. Broadsides are in fine condition, unless otherwise noted, portfolio in Very Good condition. This collection includes Broadside series I and II. Please contact me for a full bibliographical description, which includes information on additional material included but not printed by the Unicorn Press. The Unicorn Press was founded by Alan "Al" Brilliant, and Theo Savory (1907-1989) in Santa Barbara in 1966. In 1972, the press moved to Greensboro, North Carolina, where it has remained ever since. Most of the 33 broadsides included here were printed during the early years of the Unicorn Press when it's home was in Santa Barbara, California; a few items included were printed by others.

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      Hannover, Fackeltr

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        2 By Bukowski

      Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1967. First Edition. Paperback. Fine. Fine first edition of this poetry chapbook containing two poems: Family, Family and A Little Atomic Bomb. One of 99 numbered and SIGNED copies. Among the earliest of the Black Sparrow Bukowski publications.

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        [Portfolio]: Black Jews

      New York: Lawrence N. Shustak. 1967. First. Portfolio. Brown textured paper over boards with ribbon ties. Title stenciled, and author's signature on front board. Seven bifolia (folded card leaves) with mounted photographs. A portfolio of 12 images. An eighth bifolia is laid in with a duplicate image, we think this functioned as a prospectus, with a note by the photographer that seems to indicate that. A little rubbing on the boards else fine, the images are immaculate. Inscribed by the author in 1967. Hand-stenciled title page and stenciled or stamped colophon indicating that this is copy number 97 of an edition of 150 copies Signed by the photographer (considering the do-it-yourself nature of the project, we'd be surprised if the run of 150 portfolios was completed). Strikingly rich black and white gelatin silver prints of black Jews (sometimes known as "Ethiopian Hebrews") worshipping in New York.Shustak (1926-2003) was a white Bronx-born photographer, who moved to, and stayed in New Zealand in 1973. According to a website devoted to his work, he was best "known for his 1960's portfolios of Black Jews, Fisheye nudes, Jazz musicians (for Riverside Records), Graffiti, Street photography..." He was also the subject of an award-winning documentary.A rare and quite wonderful group of images focused on a little known sub-sect of the Jewish religion. The only copy we've seen. OCLC locates two sets of the portfolio (Yale and University of New Mexico). .

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        Fine Long Autograph Letter to 'Dearest Nana', (Philip Arthur George, b. 1948, Prince of Wales)

      1967 - Miss Helen Lightbody (d. 1987, nanny to Prince Charles and Princess Anne, 1948-1956), written on his last day at Gordonstoun, " . it seems so strange after almost 6 years & yet I shall be pleased to leave in many ways as I think one outgrows school at 18. Papa has just left for Canada having arrived last night for our last service and having said goodbye to some staff. Mummy comes this afternoon to open a new gymnasium & there are going to be hundreds of people here milling about . I am spending the weekend at Innes House", near Elgin, with Captain Iain Tennant, chairman of the governors, "with Mummy before flying down . It will be wonderful to get home & see Mabel", (Mabel Anderson, nanny to all four children) "and the two small horrors. Andrew" (born 1960) "appears to going through a very difficult phase . & practicaly reduces me to tears as well!", he talks of the holidays, "polo . sailing at Cowes. Balmoral & I don't have to leave until the 7th October when Cambridge goes back . poor Anne will have to go back in September & it will be sad . I do hope I see you before . Cambridge . I expect it will be easier for me to get to London more often than when I was up here. I must . finish my last minute packing . I've still got my little brown case I used to put my toys and odds and ends in . very useful", with a newspaper obituary of Miss Lightbody, 4 sides 4to., Gordonstoun, Elgin, Moray, 22nd July Captain Tennant (Knight of the Thistle, 1986), among many public offices in Scotland, was a governor of Gordonstoun from 1951 and Chairman from 1957-1970. Prince Charles often stayed with him at Innes House during term time weekends.

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        The Starlight Barking More About the Hundred and One Dalmations


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      First edition of which there were no large paper copies.Precious copy inscribed by Beckett to his friend the painter Geer (Van Velde) and his wife Lise.Spine very slightly sunned, not serious."What to say of the sliding planes, the shimmering contours, the cut-out figures in the fog, the balance that any little thing can break, breaking and re-forming themselves under our very eyes? How to talk about the colors that breathe and pant? Of the swarming stasis? Of this world without weight, without force, without shadow? Here everything moves, swims, fells, comes back, falls apart, re-forms. Everything stops, non-stop. One would say it's the revolt of the internal molecules of a stone a split second before its disintegration. That is literature" (The van Veldes' Art, or the World and the Trousers, in Cahiers d'Art n°11-12, Paris 1945).Beckett here is not talking - despite how it may appear - about his literary oeuvre, but about the paintings of Geer Van Velde, going on to add a few lines later "[Bram] Van Velde paints distance. G[eer] Van Velde paints succession." This elegy, published on the occasion of the double exhibition of the Van Veldes (Geer at Maeght's and Bram at the Galerie Mai) is the first important text on these painters, more or less unknown to the public at the time: "We've only just started spouting nonsense about the Van Velde brothers, and I'm the first. It's an honor." This is also the first critical text written directly in French by a young Irish writer who had not, as yet, published anything in France.Thus, the first and most important of Beckett's writings on art, composed at the dawn of his literary career, establishes - right from the start - a fundamental relationship between his developing work and his friends' art: "Thus this text has often been read in a hollow or in the mirror, as one of the rare designations of Beckett's poetry (to come) by the man himself, a sort of anamorphic program of writing," (Un pantalon cousu de fil blanc : Beckett et l'épreuve critique by Pierre Vilar).A real statement of dramaturgical intent, this fundamental text whose introspective value Beckett lays out from the introduction on ("one does nothing but tell stories with words") ushers in the writer's most fruitful creative period. In essence, like Apollinaire and Cendrars, Beckett draws from the artistic problems of his contemporaries the catalyst of his own future writing through "the deepest questioning of narrative, figurative or poetical presuppositions" (Pascale Casanova in Beckett l'abstracteur).The major influence of modern painting on the narrative structure - or destructuring - of Beckett's drama and novels would be pointed out and examined by a number of thinkers, among them Gilles Deleuze, Julia Kristeva and Maurice Blanchot. It was, in fact, with the art of the Van Veldes (first Geer then Bram) that Beckett began to formalize this desire to translate the pictorial question into dramaturgical terms. Thus it was that he rejected Nicolas de Staël's set design for Godot, since: "the set must come out of the text without adding anything to it. As for the visual comfort of the audience, you can imagine how much I care. Do you really think you can listen with the backdrop of Bram's set, or see anything other than him?" (Letter to Georges Duthuit, 1952).When he met Geer in 1937, "Beckett was going through a major existential crisis and had just been reworking his first novel, Murphy, which had been rejected by a great many publishers. He was lost in alcohol, leaving Ireland and moving once and for all to Paris" (Le Pictural dans l'

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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Illustrated by Faith Jaques.

      London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1967 - Octavo. Recent red morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy. Vignette illustrations by Jaques in the text throughout. First UK edition, first impression. Originally published in New York, Knopf, 1964, with illustrations by Joseph Schindelman. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Magnificent Presentation photo by Cecil Beaton signed and dated (The Queen Mother, 1900-2002, Queen of George VI)

      1967 - showing her three quarters length in profile, seated on a sofa wearing a bejewelled dress and sash, 7" x 5", in original blue morocco presentation frame with gilt monogram at the domed head, 10" max x 7", no place, circa It is most unusual to find presentation photos of the Queen Mother. From the collection of "Backstairs Billy", the Queen Mother's favourite servant who started as a page and stayed in her service for 51 years. William John Stephenson Tallon, RVM, (1935-2007, steward and extrovert member of the Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother's staff at Clarence House). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fishing Print: "June Trout Fishing" depicting a lone fisherman casting in a river

      , 1967. 1967. "Privately Printed for the Theodore Gordon Flyfishers in a limited edition of 350 copies". 1 vols. Image size 14-1/2 x 23-1/2 inches. Matted, framed, and glazed. Signed by the artist in pencil on the mount, "Ogden M. Pleissner". "Privately Printed for the Theodore Gordon Flyfishers in a limited edition of 350 copies". 1 vols. Image size 14-1/2 x 23-1/2 inches. PLEISSNER PRINT INSCRIBED TO COLONEL HENRY SIEGEL. Inscribed to famous Bookseller Col. Hank Siegel on bottom. Bergh p. 107

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