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        Les essencies de la terra.

      (Barcelona, Ediciones Poligrafia, 1968).. Gr.-Fol. 50 x 38 cm. Farb. lithogr. OUmschl. in illustr. OLwdbd. in illustr. OLwd.-Kassette (diese etwas berieben). 40 nn. Bll. mit 14 (inkl. Umschlag; 7 doppelblattgr; 5 farb.) Lithographien von Juan Miro.. Erste Ausgabe. - Nr. 397 von 1000 Exemplaren (Gesamtaufl. 1120). - Wunderschöner Pressendruck mit einleitendem Widmungsgedicht von Juan Perucho und den schönen, teils farbigen Lithographien von Miro zu klassischen Gedichten seiner katalanischen Heimat. - Cramer 123. Vgl. Miro Lithographe III, 506-514. - Sehr schönes Exemplar auf kräftigem Büttenkarton. - Von Miro im Druckvermerk signiert.

      [Bookseller: Verlag und Antiquariat Frank Albrecht]
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        The Ticket That Exploded

      London: Calder and Boyars, 1968. First British edition. 1 vols. 8vo. Blue boards. Fine copy in a dust jacket with slight soiling and wear, some waterstaining to lower edge interally. Signed by Burroughs on the title-page. Maynard and Miles A6d

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        True Grit. With 24 Original Watercolors by Dave Powell.

      Simon and Schuster (1968), New York - Early edition. Octavo. Publisher's blue cloth in original pictorial dust jacket. Slipcased with another copy of the book (no jacket). Fine copies.This is an utterly unique copy. Dave Powell has used the actual book as his canvas and has painted 24 fine watercolor illustrations right over the text. In each case the painting is reflective of the text on which (or near which) it was painted. There are fifteen full page watercolors, including three which cover a two-page spread, and nine smaller vignettes done on the margins or as large vignettes. The opening watercolor by Powell is of Rooster Cogburn, standing in the scrub with his saddle in one hand and rifle in the other (with eye-patch visible) and on the opposing page Powell has written; "Dear Reader, the words herein are far greater, and carry more medicine, than my indulgences that I attempt, Sincerely, Dave Powell (and with his distinctive star; as do all the larger watercolors)." The next double-page painting is of Tom Chaney murdering Mattie Ross's father in front of a saloon. The vignettes are equally skillful and charming; a gathering or horse heads, Mattie, sleeping on the floor, Rooster, Mattie and LeBoeuf riding down a trail. A fascinating pictorial narrative done by one the the West's great artists, it vividly displays Powell's great affection for this classic of Western fiction. Both film versions were very highly reviewed.A fourth generation Montanan, Dave Powell grew up in an atmosphere of Western art that was to be a decisive influence upon him. The son of artists Ace Powell and Nancy Mclaughlin Powell, Dave was around the trappings of art since he could first walk. The Powell household hummed with art activity as Indians, trappers cowboys and loggers came to visit. Dave became a serious student of art in his mid-teens, and has been a professional artist most of his life. In 1973, he worked with Bob Scriver, helping with mold making and plaster pattern for the heroic size Lewis and Clark sculpture which is now at Fort Benton. Dave has also studied with Ned Jacob and Robert Lougheed. With advice and help from his close friend Joe Beeler, Powell became a member of the Cowboy Artists of America in 2005, just one short year before BeelerÕs untimely death. Because of his vast knowledge of the dress and habits of Western Indians, pioneers and cowboys, Dave is often called upon to provide costume and props, and to give technical advice about authenticity for films and television. productions include "The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams", "Silverado" and "Lonesome Dove". Dave has participated in historic reenactments and rides all across the west. He is active still and especially sought after for the historic reliability of his paintings.The Society of American Historical Artists awarded Powell a Gold Medal in sculpting, and he is a recipient of the George Phippin Memorial Award. He apprenticed under Robert Scriver, Ned Jacob, and Robert Lougheed. PowellÕs artwork has been featured at the Western Heritage Sale in Houston TX, the Museum of Native American Culture in Spokane WA, the Society of American Historic Artists in Stamford CT, the Mountain Oyster Club in Tucson AZ, and the C. M. Russell Show of Original Western Art in Great Fall MT. Private collections include John & Nelly Connelly, Tommy Lee Jones, Randy Travis and Denver Pyle.

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        Baj: The Biggest Art- Book in the World with 137-952-460-800 Colour Plates and 479-001-600 Pages For Musical Accompaniement (Signed Limited Edition)

      Milano: Gabriele Mazzotta Editore, 1968. First edition. Hardcover. Artist book. Number 247 from an edition of 400. Text in Italian. Includes 9 color plates along with 12 cubes that are illustrated on each side. A very near fine copy in a very near fine dust jacket and near fine glassine. Signed by Baj. Surprisingly uncommon.

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA]
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      (PICASSO, PABLO). Zervos, Christian. PABLO PICASSO PAR CHRISTIAN ZERVOS VOL. 19 (XIX): OEUVRES DE 1959 A 1961. Paris: Editions "Cahiers D'Art", 1968. First Edition. 4to. Printed Wrappers in Glassine. Catalogue Raisonné. Near Fine./No Jacket - As Issued.. 176pp, 468 monochrome illustrations. Text in French. This is the nineteenth volume of Christian Zervos' unfinished, monumental thirty-three volume (in thirty-four parts) catalogue raisonné of Pablo Picasso's paintings and works on paper covering the years 1959 through 1961. A most handsome example of the uncommon 1968 first printing showing some mild age-toning whose protective glassine wrapper has some age-toning and tearing along the spine. 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: 022616

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        A most amazing autobiographical Jack Keroac letter, tracing his rise and fall, and mentioning his great works as well as his embarrassments "? Time Magazine comes in to interview me about the upcoming publication of ON THE ROAD ? they tell me I'm an overnight success ?."

      n.p., September 27, 1968. 8.5" x 11". "Typed Letter Signed, ""Jack"" and ""JK,"" 2 pages, 8.5"" x 11"", [n.p.], September 27, 1968 to literary agent Sterling Lord in New York concerning the premise for his never-completed final book (the working title was Spotlight.) Fine condition. Keroac writes in full (with original spellings and punctuations retained): ""Here's what I'll do with SPOTLIGHT. I'll use my public appearances on TV and lectures as rungs in the ladder of the narrative. In betwixt, I can throw in more private matters, such as my two physical beatings in bars ('Spotlight' indeed), and other things, but the main tale will be. I'll start with when I'm living on that backporch in Florida with my Maw in 1957, broke, arguing about what to buy for dessert because we have no money for meat, and suddenly Time Magazine comes in to interview me about the upcoming publication of ON THE ROAD. At which time, also, I have the mumps, caught in the Mexico City earthquake of August 1957. Then I saunter to the railroad station and sit in the warm dry air waiting for my train to New York, figuring, I'll go up there and see how this new book makes out. When I arrive in New York City I look in a disposal trash basket in Penn Station to see what my review was like in the New York Times. But since someone's spit on the only Times in the can, I dont touch it, and only walk up to the Viking Press to see what's happened. When I get there they tell me I'm an overnight success. Am I'm hungry for food. So we go to Schraft's across the street and I order my lunch but everybody's yakking so much around me I begin to realize right then and there that 'success' is when you can[']t enjoy your food any more in peace. Ow. Then we go into my first public appearance with John Wingate on his Channel 7 show when the cameraman actually dollied up to my glass of water and spilled it and so Wingate, who was in cahoots with this trick, said 'Whatsamatter, drunk?' then I went on Wingate again later, then on Ben Hecht show, then the lecture at Brandeis University where I was roundly booed for arguing about peace with the editor of the New York Post, Wechsler, he saying America was complicated enough with having to have poetry and I telling him he was a son of a you know what, and then details in between. Leading up to the premiere of my movie PULL MY DAISY at the San Francisco film festival, where a lot of other things happened, like a funny meeting with David Niven and his asking me which girl at the part I really thought he should take home, knowing my expertise in such matters, (as tho I didnt know his), and then the moving about the country in cars and waiting in trucks, and the beatings I told you about. And then a trip to Montreal Canada to appear (in French language program) (1967), and finally this last appearance on the Wm. F. Buckley Jr. program (ABC) where Buckley kept kicking my shoes and telling me to shush so the other guests could demonstrate how dull they were, or stupid, and, as I say, all interspersed with the valid details of tale-telling: actually, Sterling, and enormous story and should be okay as local history.""""It is the latest chronological part of the Duluoz Legend, and of course I wont go into 1960 BIG SUR experiences or 1965 SATORI IN PARIS, but just mention them in passing. It will complete the 'Legend' up to now and may very well be my most exhausting writing experience, since the story is so fraught with eminent peril, men, women, dogs, cats, cornpones, agents, publishers, poolsharks, TV directors, calling me a 'drunken moron,' celebrities, boozers, bookies, phew, wait till you see it. But I cant do it without some money to live on, so show this letter to the prospective publisher and let's get at it. Jack (over)"" ""p.s. I'm using the title SPOTLIGHT because that was the name of my father's old theatrical newspaper in Lowell, when he used to play cards with W.C. Fields, George Arliss and George Burns backstage at the old B.F. Keith's theater (of the Keith's circuit) in Lowell. The title will honor the memory of his own work. I really dont think we have to say BEAT SPOTLIGHT, as I originally proposed, unless the publishers think different, just as long as spotlight is in there. And of course no changes in the prose.""""Enclosed find my signature to the Marshall A. Best Viking contract. Your advice suits me, and has suited me, and my wife; Elle travaille en racuillon, i.e., backwards, backwards toward the angle and not onward with our friendly neighborhood agent. (I think she oughta mind her own business and wash her dishes.) ""Give my regards to Cindy and Rebecca. JK"" Keroac was still working on the novel on October 20, 1969 when he was rushed to the hospital due to internal hemorrhaging: a result of his chronic liver disease from many years of alcoholism. He died the following morning. Sterling Lord (b. 1921) is a prominent literary agent who has handled not only Keroac, but also Ken Keasey, Jimmy Breslin, John Sirica and Robert McNamara."

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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      New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1968. First Edition. First Printing. Octavo; white cloth with titles stamped in orange, magenta, blue, and green foil on the spine; navy blue topstain; 416pp. Signed by Wolfe on the half-title page in his typical, elegant hand. Fine in a very Near Fine dustjacket, unclipped and unfaded, with some pinpoint rubbing to the front cornertips, some trivial wrinkling at the crown, and a faint diagonal crease at the upper corner of the front flap. Of the dozen or so copies we have handled, easily the best copy we've seen, without of hint of the usual toning to the board edges or fading to the colorful dustjacket. The topstain on this title is usually found faded to any number of colors, or washed-out completely; the dark blue staining on this copy is bright and even, and most uncommon thus. The author's most enduring book, a major work of both the New Journalism and counterculture of the 1960's. A stunning copy of a title usually found worse for the wear.

      [Bookseller: Captain Ahab's Rare Books]
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        The Naked Civil Servant (Inscribed And Signed By The Author)

      The First UK Printing published by Jonathan Cape in 1968.The BOOK is in near FINE condition.Pushing to the lower corners and the spine ends.Light offsetting to the prelims. The silver titling remains bright.The usual tanning to the text block but the pages remain clean.The WRAPPER is complete and is in near FINE condition.A hint of toning to the spine and upper rear edge.There is mild fading of the red lettering to the spine in places.The wrapper is remarkably clean and well preserved for it's age.The photographic wrapper looks very striking in the removable Brodart archival protector.The book has been Inscribed and Signed By the Author to the first blank end-paper: ' To Mme Talbot, with love , Quentin Crisp'.An iconic title memorably adapted for TV starring John Hurt.This title is extremely scarce to find Signed and is only the second copy that we have handled to date with such attributes. Collectible.

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      Black Sparrow Press, Los Angeles 1968 - First edition. Collages by Bobbie Creeley. Fine in quarter cloth and marbled papercovered boards with applied printed paper labels in fine original unprinted acetate dustwrapper. Copy letter T of 26 lettered copies Signed by both Robert and Bobbie Creeley, and with an original signed collage by Bobbie Creeley as an inserted frontispiece. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Framed Autographed Letter Signed on personal stationery

      London 1968 - 1 page, 8 x 6.25 inches, London, December 3, 1968. In this friendly letter, the British actor mentions the theater and discusses his plans for the new year, in full: "Dear Grant, How very pleasant to hear from you. Thank you for your letter -- though I was sorry to read that you have not been busy in the theatre. I was thinking of you a week ago when I was browsing in the splendid Robert Frost you gave me. The Cocktail Party seems to be a fair success and I imagine I shall be hard at it until the early spring. After that I don't know what I shall do. Before too long I want to return to the crisp air of New York. All good wishes for Christmas. Yours sincerely, Alec G." One horizontal fold, but still in near fine condition. Float mounted in gray beside a 5.25 x 4-inch photo of Guinness gazing off to the side. Set in a decorative black frame with burgundy trim measuring 13.25 x 16.25 inches. Accompanied by the original handwritten envelope, housed in a plastic sleeve neatly mounted to the back of the frame [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Pieces (Signed Limited)

      Black Sparrow Press 1968 - This is the publisher's copy, so designated on the colophon page, and it is signed by both the poet and the artist. The work is bound by Earle Grey, and it is one of 26 copies with an original color collage tipped in and signed by artist Bobbie Creeley (aka Bobbie Louise Hawkins) his second wife. Quarter cloth and marbled paper covered boards with applied printed paper labels in original unprinted acetate dust wrapper. Some rubbing to the tips and edges. Contents fine.Quite scarce. Copies do not come up on the open market often. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rob Warren Books]
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        Obsequies Martin Luther King Jr.: Program for his Memorial Services and Internment

      Atlanta, Ga.: No Publisher Stated, 1968. First printing. Staplebound. Fine. A Rare Original Program for the Memorial Services and Burial of Martin Luther King, Jr., in Fine condition with a bit of edge toning, containing a brief biographical sketch of Martin Luther King, Jr., the Program for the Memorial Services held at Ebenezer Baptist Church led by the Reverend Ralph David Abernathy, the Program for the Memorial March at The Campus of Morehouse College, also officiated over by Reverend Ralph David Abernathy, a section on Reverend King's internment at South View Cemetery naming both the Honorary Pallbearers and the Active Pallbearers (who were Mr. Milton Cornelius, Mr. Jethro English, Mr. Arthur Henderson, Mr. Howard Dowdy, Reverend C. K. Steele, Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth, Reverend Jesse Jackson, and Reverend Fred C. Bennette, presenting a number of Reverend King's statements including, among others, his gracious statement to the Alabama Judge: "Although I cannot pay the fine, I will willingly accept the alternative which you provide, and that I will do without malice." (1958), an excerpt from his Letter from a Birmingham Jail (April, 1963), his prescient statement incorporating the motive for his great work: "It may get me crucified. I may even die. But I want it said even if I die in the struggle that ' He died to make men free' ". (1962) and his April 3, 1968 proclamation made in his great and historic speech: "Like anybody, I would like to live a long life. Longevity has its place. But I'm not concerned about that now. I just want to do God's will..... I've looked over and I've seen the promised land. I may not get there with you, but I want you to know tonight that we as a people will get to the promised land." The Program ends with a statement from Martin Luther King Jr. made by him at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 4, 1968 wherein he states his wishes with respect to his funeral, made a mere two months prior to his assassination on April 4, 1968. A Fine Original Program for the funeral of the Nobel Prize-winning Civil Rights Activist, one of the greatest men ever produced by his country, and a man whose impact on American culture is felt still today. RARE INDEED.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        To and From Rrose Sélavy

      Tokyo: , 1968. Selected Words of Marcel Duchamp. Japanese Version. With Special Contribution: a Self-Portrait in Profile by Marcel Duchamp; Works by Shusaku Arakawa, Jasper Johns and Jean Tinguely. Quarto. Original black cloth, titles to spine green. With the original dark purple slipcase. 4 tipped-in plates, black and white illustrations throughout. One corner slightly bumped, slipcase a touch rubbed. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. Number 367 of 560 copies of the first monograph on Marcel Duchamp by the Japanese poet and art critic Takiguchi (1903?-1979), an early proponent of Surrealism in Japan who was keen to share Duchamp with Japanese audiences. The monograph, which consists of artworks by Duchamp as well as Japanese translations of his writings, also includes four tipped-in prints by artists with strong ties to Duchamp: Takiguchi, Jasper Johns, Shusaku Arakawa, and Jean Tinguely. With the promotional leaflets and envelope, as well as a four-page English translation of the author's introduction loosely inserted.

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        Poemes. Gravures Originales sur bois de Marc CHAGALL.

      Gerald Cramer, Geneva. 1968 - First Edition, limited in 238 copies, of which our copy is N. 193 of the 200 exemplars on Rives woven with a watermark designed by the artist. Signed in pencil by Chagall on the justification page. Portfolio of 24 woodcuts in color, 6 of which with collages, hors-text, and all with color enhancements. Loose, guarded in the original Auvergne paper cover, with title in black on the front. Complete with a beige cloth-covered protective board with vellum spine stamped with gilt title, and a matching slipcase. Marc Chagall created 24 color woodcuts to illustrate his poems; the result is this rare portfolio where Chagall also reveals his poetic side. Unfortunately, 6 of the woodcuts are not in very good condition, as they were exposed to the sun and maybe previously framed; however the colors on the plates remain brilliant, and besides the sun tanning, no other damages effect the woodcuts. Pictures of the 6 damaged plates are available on request. The rest of the portfolio, text and woodcuts, is in fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Marninart, Inc (ABAA - ILAB)]
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        Colonel Sun A James Bond Adventure

      London: Jonathan Cape. 1968,, 1968. FIRST EDITION. THE AUTHOR'S COPY, in a bespoke quarter leather binding of half brown morocco, gilt, commissioned by the publisher for presentation to Amis. Obviously a unique copy, this was likely bound by Ian Fleming's own binder Arthur Last, the style matching closely the author's copies of Cape's original Bond novels now residing at the Lilly Library and researched by Gilbert while producing the forthcoming bibliography. Amis' presentation binding also features his initials tooled in gilt. A typed statement is included, noting this as being the only such copy produced for him, SIGNED in full by Amis. Owned in conjuction with Lucius Books of York. After Ian Fleming's death in 1964, [copyright holders] Glidrose decided to continue the Bond franchise with a series of well-known authors each writing a book under a pen-name. However, only Kingsley Amis took up the offer [writing as 'Robert Markham'], and in 1968 his 007 novel, 'Colonel Sun' was published. Although initial sales proved disappointing, Bond fans now consider it a classic, with a gritty, fast-paced story written in a polished style by the established Amis [effectively re-creating the famous 'Fleming sweep']. Already a part of the 'Bond Family', Amis had previously written a popular critical work on the secret agent entitled 'The James Bond Dossier' (1965), plus the light-hearted 'Book of Bond' (1965), and he was therefore an ideal candidate; at the time, rumours circulated that Amis finished 'The Man With The Golden Gun' upon Fleming's death (only the first draft of the novel had been completed) and that 'Colonel Sun' was offered as an incentive from Glidrose. Haining; Crime Fiction p206. BMC No.1 p.4-13 'James Bond Revivals'. Hubin; Crime Fiction IV. Gilbert, Jon; Ian Fleming: The Bibliography, page 602.

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        Zap Comix No. 1

      San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties, 1968. First Printing (Charles Plymell Edition). Stapled Wrappers. Near Fine. This is the very first printing of Zap Comix No.1, which inaugurated the "underground comix" phenomenon, a highlight of the 1960s counterculture. Robert Crumb illustrated & wrote the entire issue, his subversive genius broke all barriers. Mr. Natural, the "Keep on Truckin'..." figures & other images that made their debut here have resonated in the collective consciousness, & they continue to influence art & culture. As Crumb describes it in Vol. V of the new box set, The Complete Zap Comix (Fantagrafic Books, Inc.; 2014): "I drew one issue in October and one in November (1967). They were twenty-four pages each. It went fast. Don Donahue (publisher of Apex Novelties) saw the original art for Zap and really liked it. Donahue knew Charles Plymell, an old hipster poet who had a small offset printing press, a Multilith 1250. Donahue paid for the first printing of Zap by trading his $300 tape recorder to Plymell in early 1968. The first print run of five thousand copies came out. The first edition had an orange and blue cover, and the cover price was twenty-five cents. Dana (Robert's wife at the time) and I, Donahue, and some friends of ours sold Zap on the street and took it around to all the shops on Haight Street..."(from "Coming Together," pg. 887) The issue Crumb refers to drawing in October 1967 was published as Zap No. 0 in late 1968, around the time that Zap No. 3 was published. Charles Plymell, the "old hipster poet" referred to by Crumb, is of course the noted Beat-&-beyond poet, prose writer & publisher who collaborated with & issued works by William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg & others in addition to Crumb & co. According to Charles & Pamela Beach Plymell, his wife & co-publisher, there were far fewer than the 5,000 copies of the first printing as recalled by Crumb, somewhere between 600-1,500. It is believed that approximately 500 copies were destroyed in a fire. The first printing is distinguished by several points, all present here: A 25-cents cover price, small white border at top & right edge, & orange along with blue, black & white colors on front cover (further printings have 35-cents & over cover price, usually yellow instead of orange & no borders); pagination beginning with "3" & ending with "23" at lower right of interior pages, 24 pages in total as noted by Crumb including front, back inner & outer covers (further printings are unpaginated); the words "Printed by Charles Plymell" in blue fine print at lower left edge of back cover. We are pleased to offer this iconic production, among the rarest & most sought-after by collectors. As famously stated on front cover above the title, "Fair Warning: For Adult Intellectuals Only!" In relatively near-fine condition, considering its notorious fragility: Light to moderate creasing, rubbing, soiling & spotting to front, back covers & stapled spine; tiny bump-creases at corners of same; one approx. 1&1/2" angled crease at lower right corner of front cover. Interior very fine except for inevitable browning of just-above-newspaper-quality page leaves, esp. edges.

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        The Magic Finger

      London, Allen and Unwin 1968., 1968. First UK Edition. 4to. Original publishers decorated boards. Some slight edgewear and a touch of soiling to the white paper covered boards but otherwise a clean tight attractive copy. Illustrated throughout by William Pene Du Bois, and inscribed to a friend by the great Mr. Dahl himself on the title page : "To Tig/ With love/ From/ Roald Dahl." Forty-one pages of complete insanity in book form; ducks with shotguns, tiny little people with wings building a nest, and magic fingers all illustrated by a man who acknowledges a debt to "Richard Marshall, Telekinetic photographer" on the copy right page. A Dahlian (or possibly Dahl-iesque) classic, rarely seen inscribed.

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        Holzschnittfolge: Folge von 8 handsignierten und nummerierten ( jeweils Blatt Nr. 25/100) Farbholzschnitten auf 7 Doppelblättern (auf einer Seite Text: Erzählung von Esteban Fekete). ( + Beilage ).

      Schrift und Bild, Hildesheim 1968 - ( Erscheinungszeitraum wohl 1968 - 1970. Vorhanden sind die Blätter: Gleichberechtigung - Die Gutachten - Der gute Rat - Das Wunder - Die Harfe - Die Rache - Die betrunkene Kuh - Der Automat. Jeweils auf Büttenpapier, Größe der Darstellung jeweils ca. 26 x 18,5 cm. Von guter, farbfrischer Erhaltung. ( beiliegend: Eine nicht näher bezeichneter Farbhholzschnitt Feketes ( nummeriert mit 19/20 - von Fekete mit *Fekete, (19)60 signiert und datiert ), dieser im Original-Umschlag zu dem Farbholschnitt *Die Hexe* fälschlicherweise inliegend. Zusammen 8 Original-Farbholschnitte Feketes. Ferner beiliegend: Verlagsprospekt des Verlags mit weiteren Mappenwerken u.a. dem Mappenwerk *Der trunkene Sommer* Feketes und Arbeiten anderer Künstler. ( Gewicht 400 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Genio dei Macchiaioli - seconda edizione

      Alfieri & Lacroix - Milano 1968 2 italiano Opera in 2 grandi volumi, legat. edit. in tela illustrata a colori, cm 38x30, pag. 712 complessive, con 340 belle tavole a colori applicate alle pagine, e 22 illustraz. a colori nel testo - Seconda edizione. Testo di Mario Borgiotti. A cura della Galleria d'Arte Sant'Ambrogio (Milano) - Lussuosa pubblicazione, rimane un repertorio d'insuperabile importanza in materia. Particolarmente ricercata per l'ampia documentazione che abbraccia questo importante movimento della pittura italiana, vi figurano, tra gli altri: Puccinelli, Fattori, Lega, Signorini, Abbati, Sernesi, Borrani, Banti, Cabianca, Costa, De Tivoli, D'Ancona, Cecioni, Boldini, Cannicci, Manaresi, Ciani, Puccini, Ulvi Liegi, Bartolena, Spadini, ciascuno introdotto da una breve biografia - Ottimo stato di conservazione.

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        CORPUS PALLADIANUM Centro Internazionale di Studi di Architettura "Andrea Palladio".

      Vicenza,, 1968-1973.. In-4 gr., 8 volumi, tela edit., sovrac. Di questa interessante raccolta, molto ben illustrata, offriamo tutto il pubblicato: 1) "La Rotonda" di C. Semenzato, pp. 110, con 50 disegni nel t., 73 ill. in b.n. e 3 tavv. a colori f.t., oltre a 15 rilievi (piante, prospetti, sezioni, particolari). 2) "La Basilica palladiana" di F. Barbieri, pp. 138, con 30 disegni nel t. e 86 ill. in b.n. f.t, oltre a 10 rilievi. 3) "La Chiesa del Redentore" di W. Timofiewitsch, pp. 78, con 39 disegni nel t., 72 ill. in b.n. f.t., oltre a 8 rilievi. 4) "La Loggia del Capitaniato" di A. Venditti, con appendice sulla decorazione pittorica di F. Barbieri, pp. 82, con 15 disegni nel t., 60 ill. in b.n. f.t., oltre a 10 rilievi. 5) "La Villa Emo di Fanzolo" di G. Bordignon Favero, pp. 65, con 9 disegni nel t., 121 ill. in b.n. e 6 a colori f.t., oltre a 13 rilievi. 6) "Il Convento della Carità" di E. Bassi, pp. 155, con 106 ill. in b.n. nl t., 56 tavv. in b.n. e 4 a colori f.t., X rilievi. Manca la sovrac. 7) "La Villa Badoer di Fratta Polesine" di L. Puppi, pp. 106, con 50 ill. in b.n. nel t., 73 tavv. in b.n. e 3 a colori f.t. e XV rilievi. Manca la sovrac. 8) "Il Palazzo da Porto Festa di Vicenza" di E. Forssman, pp. 72 con 23 ill. in b.n. nel t., 90 tavv. in b.n. e 6 a colori f.t, e 9 rilievi. Manca la sovrac. Esemplare in ottimo stato.

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        2001: A Space Odyssey

      New York: New American Library, 1968. First edition. Hardcover. First printing. Clarke's classic novel based on the screenplay by Stanley Kubrick and released simultaneously with the movie. A clean and tight very near fine copy with a small vintage bookstore sticker to the front free endpaper in a very near fine first state dust jacket that is clean and bright but has tiny nick to the top of the spine and a small closed tear at the base of the rear panel. A beautiful copy of this landmark book.

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      New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1968. Octavo; blue cloth over boards, with titles stamped in silver on the spine; 416pp. A Taiwanese Piracy edition, with the copyright page stating 'First Printing, 1968.' With exception to a few lines in Taiwanese at the bottom of the last page, text is in English, and identical to that of the correct First. As piracies go, this copy bears all the hallmarks of such copies: cheaper, shakier binding and paper, with the boards slightly splayed and a few short tears to the upper text edges - clean throughout, and Very Good+. The jacket is unclipped, bearing the same $5.95 price as the correct First. All points are identical in a side-by-side comparison, with exception to Milton Glaser's jacket art, which in this case has an entirely different color scheme, and gives the appearance that it has been done in marker, pastels, and colored pencil. A Very Good+ example, with minor wear and laminate life along the edges and two small tears at opposite ends of the rear panel. A unique copy, signed and dated (6/13/94) by Allen Ginsberg, generically inscribed by Wavy Gravy, and signed by Ken Kesey in green paint. The book has additionally been signed by Tom Wolfe on the half-title page in his typical, elegant hand. A major work of both the New Journalism and counterculture of the 1960's, with a stunning collection of signatures that would be impossible to replicate today.

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        Biggles and the Deep Blue Sea

      Leicester, Brockhampton Press, 1968, 1968. FIRST EDITION, FIRST IMPRESSION. Octavo, pp184 + 1 (list of titles). Bound in publisher's red cloth hardcovers, titled in gilt to spine, in original pictorial dustwrapper priced 12/- (60p) net. Dustwrapper has minor edgewear, bright, sharp and clean with some minor scuffing and creasing to extremtities, near fine. Overall a very good copy which shows well. Supplied in a fresh clear plastic archival sleeve. An attractive example of a scarce, late Biggles title, numbered 79 to the spine but in strict chronology of published titles this is the 91 of 98 series entries. Gift inscription to front flyleaf. One of the rarest Biggles titles!

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        Dance of the Happy Shades

      Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1968. Fine, apparently unread copy, in jacket with only a small spot on front panel. where the black has been scraped to reveal the green underlay. ( See Photos ). Otherwise, this is an extraordinarily bright copy. Signed on the tille page. Second state, with the G G Award sticker.. Signed by Author. First Printing of the First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.

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      Editorial Sudamericana, Buonos Aires 1968 - In 8° (27x23), leg. in tela nera con titolo in bianco al dorso e al piatto, sovracc. ill. in b/n, pp. 224. 178 fotografie in bianco e nero. In allegato fascicolo di pp. 24 con testi relative alle foto, in inglese e francese. Nel fascicolo una pagina bianca strappata, altrimenti perfetto. Volume come nuovo. Buonos Aires negli scatti delle fotografe argentine Alicia D'Amico e Sara Facio: scorci inconsueti, persone solitarie, uomini al bar, ci restituiscono il corpo e l'anima della metropoli. Testi di Julio Cortazar. Un'opera fotografica non comune. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nella Nebbia

      1968. MUNARI, Bruno. Nella Nebbia di Milano. 26 ff. 4to., bound in publisher's illustrated boards. Milan: Emme Edizioni, 1968. |~||~||~||~| First Edition of this elegant Munari publication. The book is printed on several different types of paper, in a variety of colours, and most sheets are dye-stamped. Maffei, Munari I Libri, p.125.

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      New York: Chilmark Press, 1968. quarter cloth with title in gilt, paper-covered boards illustrated with a wood engraving, top edge blue, slipcase. Rampant Lion Press. 4to. quarter cloth with title in gilt, paper-covered boards illustrated with a wood engraving, top edge blue, slipcase. (ii), 42, (6) pages. Illustrated with ten drawings by John Piper, engraved on the wood by Reynolds Stone, with a descriptive note by John Piper. One of 110 special copies in a total edition of 350, signed by the author, artist and engraver, with an extra set of the 10 engravings tipped in and bound thus. (Carter,The Rampant Lions Press: 34). Handset in 18pt Zapf Palatino on mould made paper from Wookey Hole Mill. The third Clover Hill Edition. Just after the second world war, John Piper and Reynolds Stone, both enthusiasts of nineteenth-century topographical guide-books, decided to produce a modern equivalent, to illustrate the mountains of Snowdonia. They used wood-engraving both as a reproductive process, so that the pictures could be printed together with the text, and as creative interpretations of the drawings, which in several cases Piper did directly on the blocks. We were eager to print these magnificent engravings, and as the Carters and the Stones are close cousins, negotiations were simplified. Douglas Cleverdon persuaded the Welsh poet R.S. Thomas to write some rich poetic prose to accompany them. Rampant Lions Press..This Special copy of a fine book is a collaboration of three great talents, Thomas (poet), Piper (artist) and Stone (engraver and calligrapher), designed and printed by two of Englands finest printers, Will and Sebastian Carter. Very scarce.

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        La Place De L'Étoile - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Paris: Gallimard. Fine. 1968. First Edition; First Printing. Paper Wraps. A handsome First Printing of the First Edition in Fine condition, only minor tanning to pages, in original wraps with French flaps; Nobel Prize winner Patrick Modiano's first novel, also winner of the Roger Nimier Prize and Fénéon Prize, is the account of Raphaël Schlemilovitch, a Jewish collaborator. In June 1942, a German officer walks up to a young man and asked: "Pardon, monsieur, où se trouve la place de l'Étoile?" The young man points to the left side of his chest .

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        Jess Davidtsz se Kookboek

      Voortrekkerpers, 1968, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Poor5th edition. the jacket is very poor. it is torn and worn. the book has no inscriptions but there are old tape residue marks. the binding is strong. the book is in Afrikaans. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: xv60.

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      Chilmark Press, New York 1968 - 4to. quarter cloth with title in gilt, paper-covered boards illustrated with a wood engraving, top edge blue, slipcase. (ii), 42, (6) pages. Illustrated with ten drawings by John Piper, engraved on the wood by Reynolds Stone, with a descriptive note by John Piper. One of 110 special copies in a total edition of 350, signed by the author, artist and engraver, with an extra set of the 10 engravings tipped in and bound thus. (Carter,The Rampant Lions Press: 34). Handset in 18pt Zapf Palatino on mould made paper from Wookey Hole Mill. The third Clover Hill Edition. Just after the second world war, John Piper and Reynolds Stone, both enthusiasts of nineteenth-century topographical guide-books, decided to produce a modern equivalent, to illustrate the mountains of Snowdonia. They used wood-engraving both as a reproductive process, so that the pictures could be printed together with the text, and as creative interpretations of the drawings, which in several cases Piper did directly on the blocks. We were eager to print these magnificent engravings, and as the Carters and the Stones are close cousins, negotiations were simplified. Douglas Cleverdon persuaded the Welsh poet R.S. Thomas to write some rich poetic prose to accompany them. Rampant Lions Press.This Special copy of a fine book is a collaboration of three great talents, Thomas (poet), Piper (artist) and Stone (engraver and calligrapher), designed and printed by two of Englands finest printers, Will and Sebastian Carter. Very scarce. quarter cloth with title in gilt, paper-covered boards illustrated with a wood engraving, top edge blue, slipcase [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Häuserzeile im maurischen Stil mit Torbogen. Öl auf Leinwand, signiert.

      . Bildmaß: 30 x 46 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), Öl auf Leinwand auf Keilrahmen gespannt - in schlichtem schmalen Holzrahmen der Zeit. ( Rahmenmaß: 31 x 47 cm ). Das Bild links unten mit *Bargheer* signiert, undatiert - verso auf der Leinwand mit 2 alten Datierungen *A 68 / 71* ( möglicherweise Anno 1968 - 1971 ) ?. Verso am Oberrand mit Bleistift ebenfalls etwas unleserlich mit *Jan. 71* bezeichnet. Das Bild von guter Erhaltung, der schlichte Rahmen aus genagelten Leisten verso fleckig. Die Rahmung gelockert. ( Provenienz: Alter Hamburgischer Privatbesitz ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available // Further pics on request ).

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        Stolen Kisses [Baisers voles] (Original photograph from the set of the 1968 film)

      Les Films du Carrosse, Paris 1968 - Vintage borderless black-and-white double weight photograph from the set of the 1968 French film noir. With a rubber stamped date of March 12, 1970 on the verso, along with numerous press notations and markings. A wonderful candid shot of Truffaut, Jade, and Léaud sitting on a park bench during principal shooting of the film.Raymond Cauchetier began his career as a set photographer in 1956, on Marcel Camus' 1957 film, "Fugitive in Saigon." Cauchetier's film career is closely linked to the French New Wave, for whose founders he became a favorite still photographer. Between "Breathless" in 1960, and "Stolen Kisses in 1968 (his final film), Cauchetier worked with most of the emblematic directors of that movement, including Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, Claude Chabrol, Jacques Demy, Agnes Varda, and Jacques Rozier. He was honored with a monograph "Photos de cinéma: Autour de la Nouvelle Vague (1958-1968)" (Image France Éditions, 2007), in which several of his most evocative images can be seen.The third of Truffaut's series of five films wherein Léaud portrays Truffaut's semi-autobiographical character Antoine Doinel.9.75 x 8 inches. Some impressions visible on the recto from the press notations on the verso, otherwise Near Fine.Criterion Collection 186.

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        James Earl Jones as Jack Jefferson in The Great White Hope (Original photograph, inscribed)

      N.p., N.p. 1968 - Original black-and-white photograph of James Earl Jones as Jack Jefferson in the 1968 Howard Sackler play "The Great White Hope." INSCRIBED by Jones to fellow actor Hilda Haynes, making reference to her role in the production as the mother to his character. From the estate of Hilda Haynes.Based on the life of heavyweight champion Jack Johnson, Sackler's play ran for 546 performances on Broadway, on its way to Tony Awards for Best Play, Best Actor (Jones, in a breakthrough role), and Best Actress (Jane Alexander), and a Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Basis for the 1970 Martin Ritt film, which saw Jones and Alexander reprising their roles and earning Academy Award nominations for their performances. Hilda Haynes was a pioneering African-American actress with extensive credits in theatre, television, and film, who over the course of a 50 year career worked with some of the leading figures of the era, including James Earl Jones, Sidney Poitier, Langston Hughes, and Alice Childress. 17 x 21 inches, framed. Near Fine, with some light creasing, unexamined out of frame. With the photographer's name matted out on the verso of the frame. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Soren Kierkegaards papirer. Bind 1-XVI. (in 24 Volumes). Anden forogede Udgave ved niels Thulstrup. Udgivet af det danske Sprog og Litteraturselskab og Soren kierkegaard Selskabet.

      Kopenhagen, Gyldendal, 1968-1978.. 8°. 22,5 cm. ca. 10000 Seiten. Original-Leinenbände mit Original-Schutzumschlägen.. 1. Auflage. Dänischsprachige Ausgabe. Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen. Sehr gutes Exemplar. First edition. Danish language edition. Original cloth bindings with dust jackets. Dust jackets with light edgewear, dust jacket of Volume VII-1 with stronger, taped tear, otherwise books in nearly fine condition.

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        Aneignung und Politik., Gesammelte Reden und Aufsätze zur Geschichte der Philosophie. Herausgegeben von Hans Sauer.

      München, R.Piper & Co. Verlag, 1968 - 517 (3) Seiten mit Folienumschlag, Schnitt minimal angestaubt, auf dem Vorsatz mit Widmung des Verfassers für seinen Verleger Klaus Piper, signiert in Basel am 15.3.(19)68, "Für Klaus Piper, der dies Buch wie meine anderen so vorzüglich betreut hat, ein Zeichen meines Dankes", mit Nachwort des Herausgebers. Karl Theodor Jaspers (* 23. Februar 1883 in Oldenburg; + 26. Februar 1969 in Basel) war ein deutscher Psychiater, der als Philosoph weit über Deutschland hinaus bekannt wurde. Er wurde 1967 Schweizer Staatsbürger. Jaspers gilt als herausragender Vertreter der Existenzphilosophie, die er vom Existentialismus Jean-Paul Sartres strikt unterschied. Er war zunächst Lehrer und anschließend lebenslanger Freund von Hannah Arendt, mit der ihn auch ein jahrzehntelanger Briefwechsel verband. Ursprünglich Mediziner hat Jaspers grundlegend zur wissenschaftlichen Entwicklung der Psychiatrie beigetragen. Sein philosophisches Werk wirkt insbesondere in den Bereichen der Religionsphilosophie, Geschichtsphilosophie und der Interkulturellen Philosophie. Mit seinen einführenden Schriften zur Philosophie hat er hohe Auflagen erreicht und ist so auch einem breiteren Publikum bekannt geworden. (Wikipedia) Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 765 Gr.-8°, gebundene Ausgabe, Ledereinband [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Andy Warhol: Moderna Muséet Exhibition Catalog

      Stockholm: Moderna Muséet, 1968. FIRST EDITION, profusely illustrated with full-page black and white photographs. Warhol?s Moderna Muséet catalog ?is a fine example of the catalogue-as-artist's-book, a form that ostensibly began with the Dadaists and Surrealists, and is produced with some of the roughest reproductions ever seen, which are entirely appropriate, and supplemented by a long section of Factory snapshots by Billy Name. The genre was revitalized by the Pop movement, and Warhol in particular, which demonstrates his position as a latter-day Dadaist. The Moderna Museet publication especially had a great influence upon Japanese photography in the late 1960s and 1970s, particularly the photobooks of the Provoke era? (Parr and Badger, Vol II).Published by Moderna Muséet, Sweden, in 1968 as an exhibition catalogue for the show "Andy Warhol" at the Moderna Muséet in Stockholm, February - March, 1968.Stockholm: Moderna Muséet, 1968. Quarto (approx. 8.5 x 10.5 in.), original illustrated paper wrappers. Small piece of tape at top of spine; superficial split at center of glue binding (as often), everything holding. An outstanding copy of a fragile book that is extremely prone to wear. Very Good.

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        The Novel of the Future

      New York: Macmillan, 1968. First edition. [x], 214 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Publisher's cloth maroon cloth. Some shelf rubbing and a few pencil notes from a previous reader, but otherwise a near fine copy in dust-jacket, lightly smudged and creased. Inscribed by Nin to her longtime friend and collaborator, Daisy Aldan: "For Daisy / who created, taught / defended, and represented poetry in all its forms / and manifestations / with love / Anais".

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        Strange Shipwrecks of the Southern Seas

      Struik Publishers, 1968, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, 1st Edition, Signed by Author(s)the jacket is shelf rubbed. the top and bottom of the spine are a little frayed. there are a few other nicks and creases but it still presents quite well. the book is signed by burman on the title page. the book is from the library of john orm slingsby and has his attractive bookplate and reference number on the verso of the front end page. there is a relevant newspaper article tipped in at the back. the binding is excellent. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Ships; Signed by Author(s). Inventory No: 98eh.

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        The Gospel Singer

      NY: WIlliam Morrow & Company, 1968. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine. First edition, first printing. 8vo. Original green cloth with the spine blocked in black and white; original deep blue publisher's endpapers. There is the barest trace of ageing to the spine tips; the endpapers are lightly faded under the jacket flaps, else this is a fine, bright copy. The dustwrapper is price-clipped. There is a bit of roughness along the top and bottom, especially at the spine tips, else this is fine as well and is essentially an outstanding copy. Author's first book, now becoming scarce, with a reputed print run of only 4000 copies.

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      1968. HOOKER, Richard. MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors. NY: William Morrow, 1968. 8vo., cloth in dust jacket. First Edition. Basis for the 1970 hit movie of the same name, starring Donald Sutherland and Elliott Gould. Also the basis for the entire MASH franchise, including the famous television series. Signed presentation from Hooker on the title page: "George. Hope all is well in Glendale. Thank you for being so interested in MASH. Richard Hooker. Also: H.R. Homberger & Hawkeye." An uncommon title, especially inscribed. Near fine in nice (price-clipped) d/j. Enclosed in a custom-designed, leather and cloth clam-shell box, with "Mash" and a cocktail glass in leather on the spine and with three doctors, with stethoscopes and holding cocktails and sports equipment, on the front cover. A great presentation of an uncommon book. $2500.00.

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        In a Narrow Grave

      Encino Press, Austin 1968 - Limited edition copy, # 39/250. Original tan quarter suede leather and tan boards. Signed by McMurtry to half title and also inscribed/signed by him to first fep. Fine condition, appears unread. Housed in a near fine original slipcase with a touch of foxing. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 177 pages; Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Sulla cartolina (mm.160x91) che riproduce il ?Christ of St. John of the cross?, Dalì ha applicato un francobollo della Guyana che ripropone lo stesso quadro (con la data Easter 1968), l?ha autografato e spedito all?indirizzo dattilografato sul retro. Ben conservato.

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