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        Claus, Carlfriedrich. - "Randbemerkung zu den Svendborger Gesprächen zwischen Walter Benjamin und Bertold Brecht".

      . Lithografie / Kreidelithografie, 1968. Von Carlfriedrich Claus. Auflage Exemplar Nr. 6/13. 22,0 x 28,5 cm (Darstellung ) / 37 x 50 cm (Blatt). Werner-Juppe G 1c. Am Blattrand rechts unten in Bleistift signiert und datiert sowie links unten betitelt und mit eigenhändiger Auflagenbezeichnung versehen. - Sehr schön erhalten. Carlfriedrich Claus (1930 Annaberg - 1998 Chemnitz). Deutscher Schriftsteller, Grafiker und Zeichner, 1977 Gründungsmitglied der Gruppe Clara Mosch. Vor allem kalligrafisch aufgefasste und inhaltich philosophisch veranlagte Druckgrafik und Zeichnung.; 613.

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        Claus, Carlfriedrich. - "Sa-um: Alexej Krutschonych 1968".

      . Lithografie / Pinsel- & Kreidelithografie, teilweise gewischt, 1968/1987. Von Carlfriedrich Claus. Auflage Exemplar Nr. 61/100. 46,0 x 37,0 cm (Darstellung / Stein) / 53,5 x 39,5 cm (Blatt). Werner-Juppe G 77b. Links unten in Bleistift signiert und betitelt, rechts eigenhändige Auflagenbezeichnung und Jahr. Trockenstempel des Staatlichen Kunsthandels. - Hervorragendes Exemplar aus der ersten arbaisch nummerierten Auflage! - Ohne Mängel. Tadellos erhalten. Carlfriedrich Claus (1930 Annaberg - 1998 Chemnitz). Deutscher Schriftsteller, Grafiker und Zeichner, 1977 Gründungsmitglied der Gruppe Clara Mosch. Vor allem kalligrafisch aufgefasste und inhaltich philosophisch veranlagte Druckgrafik und Zeichnung.; 61100.

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        Annapurna: First Conquest of an 8000- Meter Peak, 26,493 feet

      E. P. Dutton, 1968. First Edition, Tenth Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1968. First Edition, Tenth Printing as stated. In In a price clipped dust jacket. Signed by the author on the half title page, inscribed to the previous owner, who was a Pan-Am captain, as noted by his ownership stamp on the front paste down. Clean pages, sound binding. No marking save for signature and previous ownership stamp on paste down. Fold out map intact. Exterior shows light edge wear, with light rubbing to bottom corner side of page block. The dust jacket has chipping and wear, more pronounced at folds and edges. Light creases and rubbing. A nice copy. Rare signed.

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        UMJETNOST U SLICI 1-18

      serbian languageUMJETNOST U SLICI (u 18knjiga) PISAC: GRUPA AUTORA IZDAVA?: OTOKAR KER?OVANI IZDANJE: 1968-1971. God. POVEZ: TVRDI STANJE KNJIGE: VEOMA DOBRO 1.DALEKI ISTOK 2. SREDNJI VEK 3. AFRIKA I OKEANIJA 4. KASNI SREDNJI VEK 5. DREVNA AMERIKA 6. BAROK I ROKOKO 7. DREVNI EGIPAT 8. KRETA I HELADA 9. PRADAVNA EVROPA 10. SUVREMENA STREMLJENJA 11. RENESANSA 12. INDIJSKA UMJETNOST 13. SVIJET ISLAMA 14. RA?ANJE EVROPE 15. NARODI DREVNOG ISTOKA 16. DEVETNAESTO STOLJECE 17. ATENA I RIM 18. VIZANT I NJEGOV SVIJET.

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        CENT´ ANNI DI SOLITUDINE

      FELTRINELLI., Milán ( Italia ) 1968 - (13 x 20 cm.), Primera edición italiana de Mayo de 1968. Tapas un poco dañadas en los bordes por el tiempo. por todo lo demas perfecto. First italian edition from may 1968. Covers a bit damage due to the years. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Abc (Antiquité - brocante - curiosités), série d'environ 200 numéros

      Drouot 0 - Environ 200 volumes in-4 (20x27 cm), soit agrafés soit dos carré collés, couvertures illustrées, n°1, 3, 5 à 32, 38-39 à 60, 62-63 à 81-82, 86-87 à 97, 100 (après le numéro 100, la numérotation reprend à 1), 1 à 14, 17-18, 20 à 22-23, 25 à 40, 44 à 49 (le 50 redevient 150), 150 à 156, 158-159 à 165-166, 168, 172, 174, 176 à 184, 186 à 197, 199 à 201, 203 à 215, 217, 219 à 252, 255 à 259, plus le n°16 en double et le n°19 en triple, plus le numéro spécial été 1968 "Les Opalines" ; quelques traces de frottement sur certains exemplaires, bon état pour cette belle série quasi complète. Collection ABC Collectif

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        The National Medal of Science for 1968 awarded to J. Presper Eckert: Certificate, signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson. Bronze Medal engraved with Eckert's name, and accompanying photographs and printed ephemera of the award ceremony held on January 17, 1969

      Washington, D.C., 1968. <p>[Eckert, J. Presper (1919-95)]. United States. President&#39;s Committee on the National Medal of Science. (1) Bronze medal with "National Medal of Science" lettered on the obverse and "Awarded by the President of the United States of America to J. Presper Eckert 1968" on the reverse. In leather case. 83 mm. diameter (medal); 122 x 122 mm. (case). (2) The National Medal of Science is awarded by the President of the United States of America to J. Presper Eckert for pioneering and continuing contributions in creating, developing, and improving the high-speed electronic digital computer. 1968. Signed by Lyndon B. Johnson. Broadside. 483 x 381 mm. (3) Engraved invitation to the award ceremony at the White House, in cover addressed to "Miss Laura Eckert" and postmarked Washington, Jan. 10, 1969. 4 cards plus envelope. Cards measure 116 x 145 mm., 90 x 116 mm., 75 x 116 mm., and 77 x 110 mm.; envelope measures 118 x 150 mm. (4) Presentation of the National Medal of Science. . . . Printed program. [Washington, D. C.,] January 17, 1969. Original printed wrappers. 4pp. 242 x 172 mm. (5) Group of 5 black and white photographs taken at the National Medal of Science award ceremony. N.p., 1969. 218 x 280 mm. Provenance: the J. Presper Eckert papers.</p><p>Eckert, together with his partner John Mauchly, invented the first general-purpose digital computer (the ENIAC), founded the first commercial computer company in the United States (the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation) and designed the UNIVAC, the first commercially sold computer in the United States. In 1968 Eckert was one of twelve recipients of the National Medal of Science, receiving this honor for "pioneering and continuing contributions in creating, developing, and improving the high-speed electronic digital computer." The National Medal of Science-the most prestigious scientific award given in the United States-was established by act of Congress in 1959 "to provide recognition for individuals who make outstanding contributions in the physical, biological, mathematical, and engineering sciences" (in 1980 Congress expanded this recognition to include the social and behavioral sciences). Eckert was presented the National Medal of Science on January 17, 1969, by outgoing president Lyndon B. Johnson, whose signature appears at the foot of the accompanying certificate (no. [2]). One of the photographs in no. (5) shows Eckert receiving the medal from Johnson; the remaining four show Eckert with vice president Hubert H. Humphrey. Origins of Cyberspace 1359. </p>

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        ARPOCRATE SEDUTO SUL LOTO ( Signed )

      1968 - Madrid, Arte Graficas Lius Perez, 1968 (1ère et probablement seule édition), couverture souple, environ 21 X 30 cm, non paginé. Texte en italien. Le premier contre-plat porte une petite dédicace signée Walter, est-ce bien Walter Marchetti ??? à vous de conclure. Toutefois sachez que Maryvonne Kendergi à qui est adressée la dédicace est une personnalité importante en ce qui concerne la musique ¿¿actuelle¿¿ au Canada (voir son parcours sur Wikipédia) , dans cet optique il est très probable qu¿elle ait rencontré Walter Marchetti. La couverture est en bon état mais la pellicule plastique se décolle à certains endroits le long des marges, ce qui semble le cas pour la plupart des exemplaires que l¿on peux apercevoir sur le net. Le dos présente une ride de pliure et un peu d¿usure au coin supérieur de l¿arête frontale. L¿intérieur est en très bon état sans rien à signaler autre qu¿un cachet presqu¿effacé sur la première page. Un ouvrage rarissime. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Eberhard Schlotter. Werkverzeichnis der Radierungen von 1936 bis 1968.

      Eduard Roether Verlag Darmstadt, 1968,. (Ca 250) nn S, KL-4°, OLeinen in Leinenkassette. Das WVZ verzeichnet 940 abgebildete Radierungen. Mit Biographie und einem Verzeichnis der Ausstellungen. Das vorliegende Exemplar ist eines von 50 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe, der 6 signierte Originalradierungen in der Kassette beigelegt wurden (WVZ-Nr. 942, 944, 945, 948, 949, 950). Bandnummer:- Auflage:0. Arntz I,99. Gutes Exemplar. Good copy. Limited for about 50 copies with 6 originally handsigned etchings by Schlotter.

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        Extremely rare autograph document in Semmelweis' hand, from his time at the St. Rochus Hospital in Pest were he eliminated childbed fever, medical testimony regarding a female patient, signed and dated 24. December 1854.

      Despite the wide interest there has been for more than a century in Semmelweis' work and personality there are still today extremely few examples of autograph material by him. In their 1968 article on Semmelweis manuscripts the three authors Antall, Harko, and Vida note: "Researchers always attach great importance to the manuscripts of great personalities. Not only the contents of these manuscripts are of great value, but they are very valuable historical documents and museum pieces too. For this reason and on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Semmelweis' birth we considered necessary to summarize what survived him in manuscript form. He left only few manuscripts; the first drafts of his published works are irretrievably lost. In 1940 György Korbuly summarized the number of the discovered Semmelweis manuscripts and he stated in his article: 'if we inquire, how many manuscripts of Semmelweis we know today, the reply is expressively depressing. We know today only 5 original letters of him". (J.Antall, V.Harko u T.Vida, Semmelweis Ignac összegyütött keziratai, Budapest 1968). The authors continue to mention that since 1940 some new Semmelweis manuscripts had come to light in London and Budapest, but that still in 1966 when Ákos Palla described a newly discovered document he estimated a total number of documents known worldwide to be 20-30. We cannot locate any other autograph material in the auction records. <br/><br/> The large and impressive document (380 x 240 mm) is a medical testimony done by Semmelweis when he was primary obstetrician at the St. Rochus Hospital in Pest. The patient, Anna Petermann, claimed when she was hospitalized for birth, the 9th October 1854, that she was 19 years of age. Due to two obstetric surgeries Semmelweis however realized that the patient must be at least thirty. The document is signed with a large and bold signature by Semmelweis "Ig. Philipp Semmelweis, Med Doctor & Primar-Geburtsarzt zu St. Rochus" and dated "Pest den 24 December 1854".<br/><br/> "During 1848-1849 some 70.000 troops from the Habsburg-ruled Austrian Empire thwarted the Hungarian independence movement, executed or imprisoned its leaders and in the process destroyed parts of Pest. Semmelweis, upon arriving from the Habsburg Vienna in 1850, likely was not warmly welcomed in Pest. On May 20, 1851. Semmelweis took the relatively insignificant, unpaid, honorary head-physician position of the obstetric ward of Pest's small St. Rochus Hospital. He held that position for six years, until June 1857. Childbed fever was rampant at the clinic; at a visit in 1850, just after returning to Pest, Semmelweis found one fresh corpse, another patient in severe agony, and four others seriously ill with the disease. After taking over in 1851, Semmelweis virtually eliminated the disease. During 1851-1855, only eight patients died from childbed fever out of 933 births (0.85%). Despite the impressive results, Semmelweis's ideas were not accepted by the other obstetricians in Budapest. The professor of obstetrics at the University of Pest, Ede Flórián Birly, never adopted Semmelweis's methods. He continued to believe that puerperal fever was due to uncleanliness of the bowel. Therefore, extensive purging was the preferred treatment. After Birly died in 1854, Semmelweis applied for the position. So did Carl Braun - Semmelweis's nemesis and successor as Johann Klein's assistant in Vienna - and Braun received more votes from his Hungarian colleagues than Semmelweis did. Semmelweis was eventually appointed in 1855, but only because the Viennese authorities overruled the wishes of the Hungarians, as Braun did not speak Hungarian. As professor of obstetrics, Semmelweis instituted chlorine washings at the University of Pest maternity clinic. Once again, the results were impressive." (Wikipedia).. One folio leaf (380 x 240 mm) brown paper, very light folding crease to middle (no damage), some creasing to lower part of the leaf but far from and not effecting any writing, slight crease to outer right margin, again with no damage to the writing

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        Ferdinand Georg Frobenius. Gesammelte Abhandlungen. Band I - III (komplett)

      Springer Berlin 1968. Leinen mit Schutzumschlag 650, 733, 740 S. Sehr guter Zustand, Band III mit kleinem Fleck im Kopfschnitt, Schutzumschläge mit Randeinrissen, sonst tadellos erhalten.. *** Wenn Sie an einem Tag mehr als einen Titel bei uns bestellen, liefern wir innerhalb Deutschlands versandkostenfrei ***

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        ANKOR WAT

      London: Fulcrum Press, (1968). First Edition. Wraps. Near Fine. 8vo. Original wraps. INSCRIBED by Ginsberg to Philip Whalen: "For Philip Whalen / Allen / May 22, 1970." With photographs by Alexandra Lawrence. Touches of rubbing, soil. Near fine. An important association between these two Beat poets. Whalen and Ginsberg were life-long friends and taught together at Naropa. Whalen also served as model for two Kerouac characters: Warren Coughlin (THE DHARMA BUMS) and Ben Fagan (DESOLATION ANGELS). Most famously, Whalen read with Ginsberg at the Six Gallery when &#147;Howl&#148; was performed for the first time. Simultaneous paperback issue of this long poem written during the Ginsberg&#39;s travels in Southeast Asia. [Morgan A14.a3].

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        LES EROTIQUES DU REGARD.

      ANDRE BALLAND. 1968 - GRAND IN-4 (35 X 27,5 X 2,5 CENTIMETRES ENVIRON) NON PAGINE, RELIURE DE L'EDITEUR A LA BRADEL CARTONNAGE NOIR ET ROSE ILLUSTRE D'UNE PHOTOGRAPHIE RECOUVRANT LES DEUX PLATS, TITRE EN BLANC ET EN NOIR, SOUS JAQUETTE RHODOID. ILLUSTRE DE 64 PHOTOGRAPHIES EN NOIR ET BLANC PAR MARC ATTALI, REPRODUITES EN HELIOGRAVURE. EDITION ORIGINALE REALISEE D'APRES UNE MAQUETTE DE HERMAN EN COLLABORATION AVEC LES DEUX AUTEURS. (PARR M. ET BADGER G. THE PHOTOBOOK. A HISTORY. I. 222). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SETTING FREE THE BEARS

      Random House (1968), New York - Irving's scarce first book, this the issue in red cloth-backed boards. There was also an issue in full red cloth with the text bulking slightly smaller. No priority has been proven, though the number of cloth-backed copies seems to outnumber greatly the number in full cloth. Near Fine in a Near Fine dustwrapper [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Extremely rare autograph document in Semmelweis&#39; hand, from his time at the St. Rochus Hospital in Pest were he eliminated childbed fever, medical testimony regarding a female patient, signed and dated 24. December 1854

      Despite the wide interest there has been for more than a century in Semmelweis&#146; work and personality there are still today extremely few examples of autograph material by him. In their 1968 article on Semmelweis manuscripts the three authors Antall, Harko, and Vida note: &#147;Researchers always attach great importance to the manuscripts of great personalities. Not only the contents of these manuscripts are of great value, but they are very valuable historical documents and museum pieces too. For this reason and on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Semmelweis&#146; birth we considered necessary to summarize what survived him in manuscript form. He left only few manuscripts; the first drafts of his published works are irretrievably lost. In 1940 György Korbuly summarized the number of the discovered Semmelweis manuscripts and he stated in his article: &#145;if we inquire, how many manuscripts of Semmelweis we know today, the reply is expressively depressing. We know today only 5 original letters of him&#148;. (J.Antall, V.Harko u T.Vida, Semmelweis Ignac összegyütött keziratai, Budapest 1968). The authors continue to mention that since 1940 some new Semmelweis manuscripts had come to light in London and Budapest, but that still in 1966 when Ákos Palla described a newly discovered document he estimated a total number of documents known worldwide to be 20-30. We cannot locate any other autograph material in the auction records. <br/><br/>& The large and impressive document (380 x 240 mm) is a medical testimony done by Semmelweis when he was primary obstetrician at the St. Rochus Hospital in Pest. The patient, Anna Petermann, claimed when she was hospitalized for birth, the 9th October 1854, that she was 19 years of age. Due to two obstetric surgeries Semmelweis however realized that the patient must be at least thirty. The document is signed with a large and bold signature by Semmelweis &#147;Ig. Philipp Semmelweis, Med Doctor & Primar-Geburtsarzt zu St. Rochus&#148; and dated &#147;Pest den 24 December 1854&#148;.<br/><br/>& &#147;During 1848&#150;1849 some 70.000 troops from the Habsburg-ruled Austrian Empire thwarted the Hungarian independence movement, executed or imprisoned its leaders and in the process destroyed parts of Pest. Semmelweis, upon arriving from the Habsburg Vienna in 1850, likely was not warmly welcomed in Pest. On May 20, 1851. Semmelweis took the relatively insignificant, unpaid, honorary head-physician position of the obstetric ward of Pest&#146;s small St. Rochus Hospital. He held that position for six years, until June 1857. Childbed fever was rampant at the clinic; at a visit in 1850, just after returning to Pest, Semmelweis found one fresh corpse, another patient in severe agony, and four others seriously ill with the disease. After taking over in 1851, Semmelweis virtually eliminated the disease. During 1851&#150;1855, only eight patients died from childbed fever out of 933 births (0.85%). Despite the impressive results, Semmelweis&#146;s ideas were not accepted by the other obstetricians in Budapest. The professor of obstetrics at the University of Pest, Ede Flórián Birly, never adopted Semmelweis&#146;s methods. He continued to believe that puerperal fever was due to uncleanliness of the bowel. Therefore, extensive purging was the preferred treatment. After Birly died in 1854, Semmelweis applied for the position. So did Carl Braun &#151; Semmelweis&#146;s nemesis and successor as Johann Klein&#146;s assistant in Vienna &#151; and Braun received more votes from his Hungarian colleagues than Semmelweis did. Semmelweis was eventually appointed in 1855, but only because the Viennese authorities overruled the wishes of the Hungarians, as Braun did not speak Hungarian. As professor of obstetrics, Semmelweis instituted chlorine washings at the University of Pest maternity clinic. Once again, the results were impressive.&#148; (Wikipedia).& & & One folio leaf (380 x 240 mm) brown paper, very light folding crease to middle (no damage), some creasing to lower part of the leaf but far from and not effecting any writing, slight crease to outer right margin, again with no damage to the writing.

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        Prospect 68

      Stadtische Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, Dusseldorf 1968 - format tabloïd couv. sple. ill. 27x37,2cm. 120gr. 39pp. ill. n&b. en couv. plan 1° et 2° étage Kusthalle avec repérage des galeries de Apolliniare Milan à Ziegler Zurich par galeries (pp. 20/21 bandes Buren vertes) publicités papier jauni très bon état Katalog-Zeitung zur Internationalen Vorchau auf die Kunst in der Galerien der Avatgarde 20-29.9.1968

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        Swingeing London 67

      London: Petersburg Press, 1968. London: Petersburg Press,, 1968. Hard ground etching, aquatint, embossing and photo-etching from 2 plates, metalic foil die-stamping, with collage on mould-made etching paper. Image Size: 34 x 55.6 cm. Sheet size: 57 x 73 cm. Excellent condition. Presented in a welded aluminium frame with UV protective glass. Edition of 70. Signed and numbered in pencil lower left by Hamilton. This print was printed, embossed and diestamped by Hamilton and Giorgio Upiglio in Milan with collage added by Hamilton in London. In February 1967 Fraser and Jagger were arrested for the possession of controlled drugs during a rowdy party at Keith Richards&#39; farmhouse, Redlands in West Wittering, Sussex. The legal proceedings started in May 1967 and were adjourned until June to be heard in a higher court. A photograph by John Twine published in the Daily Sketch newspaper 29 June showing Robert Fraser and Mick Jagger being driven to court for sentencing, handcuffed together in a prison van was the source of this print.

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        The Jewish Holidays. A Suite of Eleven Original Lithographs by Chaim Gross

      Paris and New York: Associated American Artists, 1968 - A SUITE OF TEN LARGE FOLIO ORIGINAL COLOR LITHOGRAPHS BY CHAIM GROSS, EACH SIGNED BY HAND (the eleventh lithograph, "Rosh Hashoneh", is missing). Complete with two leaves of explanatory text for each lithograph. One of only 200 sets with the lithographs printed on fine Rives wove paper, each one numbered "79/200", dated, titled, and signed in pencil. Rare original prospectus laid in. Large folio. Loose as issued in a cloth chemise and the original cloth clamshell case. FINE AND BRIGHT, with no defects. While this set has been reproduced many times, none of the reproductions come close to matching the beauty of these original lithographs, which of course have never been reprinted (the stones were effaced after printing this edition). I WILL SELL INDIVIDUAL LITHOGRAPHS (along with the corresponding explanatory leaves) FROM THIS SET FOR $400 EACH. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Firstborn

      New York: New American Library, 1968. New York: New American Library, 1968. First edition of the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet's first book. Octavo, original cloth. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with a small closed tear to the rear panel. Signed by the author on the title page.

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        Mélanographie.

      o.O., 1968 - o.O., 1968. o. Pag. OPp. im Orig. Schuber. Nr. 33 von 61 Expl. Eighd. signiert. Jede Abb. monogrammiert RH 31. In franz. Sprache. - Leichte Gbrsp. Schuber leicht berieben. - Hausmann (1886 - 1971) in Wien geboren, wuchs jedoch in Berlin auf. 1905 freundete er sich mit Johannes Baader an. Seine Arbeiten für die Zeitschriften "Der Sturm" und "Die Aktion" zeigten noch expressionistische und futuristische Züge. Er wurde ein wichtiges Mitglied der Dada-Bewegung in Berlin, der er von 1918 bis 1922 angehörte. In Berlin lebte und arbeitete er zusammen mit Hannah Höch. Hausmann schuf ein medial breit gefächertes Oeuvre zwischen Gemälden, Collagen, Plastiken und Textarbeiten (u.a. dadaistische Manifeste). Zusammen mit Hannah Höch gilt er als ein Pionier der Fotocollage. Dieser neuen Technik hatte er sich während des 1. Weltkrieges zugewandt, nachdem er die frühere expressionistische Orientierung seiner Arbeit verworfen hatte. Er inspirierte mit seinem Gedicht "fmsbw" Kurt Schwitters zu dessen Ursonate. Umgekehrt experimentierte er selbst, angeregt durch die Freundschaft mit Schwitters, mit Lautgedichten und Typographie. Vom 30. Juni bis zum 25. August dieses Jahres veranstaltete er zusammen mit George Grosz und John Heartfield die "Erste internationale Dada-Messe" in Berlin, zugleich Höhepunkt und letzter großer öffentlicher Auftritt der Berliner Dada-Gruppe. 1919 gründete er die Zeitschrift "Der Dada", von der bis 1920 drei Ausgaben erschienen. 1920 besuchte er zusammen mit Kurt Schwitters und Hannah Höch die Dadaisten in Prag, diese Reise sollte als Anti-Dada-Merz-Tour eine Reaktion auf die politische Polarisation innerhalb der Berliner Dadaistenszene sein. Im Frühjahr 1921 trennten sich Hausmann und Höch. Nach dieser Trennung hörte er mit der Malerei auf und konzentrierte sich in der Arbeit auf Fotografie und dem Schreiben von Gedichten. 1926 begann er während eines Ibiza-Aufenthaltes seinen Roman Hyle. 1933 musste Hausmann emigrieren, da seine künstlerische Arbeit zur "entarteten Kunst" gezählt wurde. Seine Stationen waren Ibiza, Zürich, Prag, schließlich Paris, von wo aus er während des Krieges nach Südfrankreich floh. Nach dem Krieg arbeitete er weiter in den drei Bereichen Malerei, Fotografie und Schriftstellerei. In einer großen Zahl von Ausstellungen und Veröffentlichungen beteiligte er sich selbst an der historischen Interpretation des Dadaismus. Hausmann lebte seit 1944 in Limoges, wo er verstarb. (Zitat) Französisch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bibliography of the Works of Rudyard Kipling

      New York -Burt Franklin, 1968. New York -Burt Franklin, 1968 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A bibliography of all the publications of popular and influential author Rudyard Kipling, complete with the supplementary volume. Including details of his poems, short stories, novels and more. Illustrated throughout with numerous plates. Complete in two volumes. Condition: In cloth bindings. Externally smart, with just some light shelfwear. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean, with just the occasional spot. Overall: NEAR FINE..

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        The Picture of Dorian Gray.

      London, Petersburg Press, 1968.. First edition. Large format 32 x 45 cm. 40 Blatt (80 not numbered pages) with 13 original color lithographs (1 front title, 12 full page, 1 on transparent folie) bound inside the book by Jim Dine. Bound in green velvet with the title blocked in silver on the cover and slip case in black cloth. Hardcover. Artist's book without the four loosely attached etchings. Very fine copy.. One of 200 numbered copies of the Edition B, signed by the artist Jim Dine / Eins von 200 nummerierten Exemplaren mit den 13 Original Lithographien, aber ohne die sonst beiliegenden vier Radierungen. Im Druckvermerk nummeriert und handsigniert von Jim Dine.

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        Berliner Goldschmiede. Daten, Werke, Zeichen

      Verlag Bruno Hessling, Berlin 1968. Mit 137 Abbildungen. Sauberer Leineneinband, Schutzumschlag und Schuber, 647 Seiten und Abbildungsteil. Kleiner hinterlegter Einriß hinten im Schutzumschlag. Sehr gutes Exemplar..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weber]
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        Werkmeister, Wolfgang. - "Ein Fluß mündet ins Meer".

      . Radierung / Aquatinta, auf BFK-Rives-Bütten, 1968. Von Wolfgang Werkmeister. Auflage Exemplar Nr. 27/30. 34,8 x 45,0 cm (Darstellung / Platte) / 49,5 x 64,5 cm (Blatt). Werkmeister II 66. Rechts unter der Platte in Bleistift signiert und datiert, links betitelt sowie mit eigenhändiger Auflagenbezeichnung versehen. Am Blattrand links unten Prägestempel "Druck Werkmeister" und Wasserzeichen "BFK Rives France". - Am oberen Blattrand unscheinbar fingerspurig. Verso rEste einer ehemaligen Montierung. Sonst sehr schön erhaltenes Exemplar. Wolfgang Werkmeister (*1941 Berlin, lebt und arbeitet in Hamburg). Deutscher Grafiker, bedeutender Vertreter der zeitgenössischen Radierkunst. 1960-64 Besuch der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, Fachklasse für freie Grafik und Illustration bei Gunther Böhmer. 1965 Besuch der Fachhochschule für Gestaltung Hamburg bei W. M. Busch und S. Oelke. 1966-68 tätig als Pressezeichner. 1972/73 Dozent an der Fachhochschule für Gestaltung, Hamburg. Zahlreiche Auslanfsaufenthalte und Stipendien in Marokko, USA, auf den Kanarischen Inseln, etc. 2001 Kunstpreis der Stadt Baden-Baden. Zentrales Ausdrucksmittel ist die Radierung, genauer die Aquatinta, in der er Landschaft als Hauptmotiv regelrecht zelebriert und in technisch ebenso aufwändigen wie raffinierten Blättern druckgrafisch umsetzt. Stilistisch siedelt sein Werk zwischen einem geschickt eingesetzten Fotorealismus und der lakonischen Bildsprache eines Ansel Adams.; 2730.

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        Creeley. Numbers. Herausgegeben von Dieter Honisch. Übersetzung der Gedichte von Klaus Reichert.

      Stuttgart, Edition Domberger / Galerie Schmela Düsseldorf, 1968.. Gr.-8°. (30) S. + 10 farbige Siebdrucke von Robert Indiana. Orig. Engl.-Broschur, im Schuber.. Eines von 2500 Exemplaren. - Schuber bestoßen sowie gering angeplatzt; schönes Exemplar.

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        Postcard/Letter Signed (ALS) [The Grapes of Wrath, East of Eden, Tortilla Flat, Of Mice and Men]

      New York, 1968. First edition. None. Fine. A Near Fine Postcard (expected age toning, minor evidence of handling, small hole punched in the margin for insertion into a binder) with the address typed and having on the message side an intriguing letter (ALS) WHOLLY IN JOHN STEINBECK&#39;S HAND and SIGNED BY JOHN STEINBECK. The postcard bears a New York Post Office cancellation dated October 2, 1967 (less than a year before Steinbeck&#39;s death on 10/20/68) and reads as follows: "Dear Friend: I am gratified at your / interest in my work. Right now I am / deep in a project, and you will understand / that to break concentration to answer the / many questions and requests that come / in every day would destroy any continuity / Thank you for your letter. I am / sorry to have to take this unsatisfactory / means of acknowledging it. / yours, / John Steinbeck". A very nice and intriguing letter from John Steinbeck mentioning an unspecified "project" that seemingly was occupying virtually all of his time and energy, as well as a copy of the letter to Steinbeck from his adoring fan. During the last years of his life (after the publication of "The Winter of Our Discontent" in 1961, and his reception of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1962) Steinbeck had ceased publishing Fiction and the note does not reveal the nature of the all-consuming project then occupying Steinbeck&#39;s time and energy. A very nice AUTOGRAPH (POSTCARD) LETTER SIGNED BY JOHN STEINBECK, TOGETHER WITH the addressee&#39;s carbon copy of her adoring fan letter to Steinbeck which generated the above-described post card, the text of which letter expresses sentiments held my many Steinbeck fans. [We see such notes from Steinbeck once in a while, but never have we seen one with the text of the letter to which Steinbeck responded.] An excellent Steinbeck ephemeral item, WRITTEN IN STEINBECK&#39;S HAND AND SIGNED BY HIM.

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        International Trade and Central Planning

      University of California Press, 01.08.1968.. 472 Seiten Gebundene Ausgabe.

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        THE DOUBLE HELIX (1st printing + signed bookplate)

      Atheneum, New York 1968 - Atheneum. 1968. New York. 226 pages. 1st edition, 1st printing. NF/NF. Yellow topstain. Blue cloth covers. Minor, faint toning along top edges. Corners are square and sharp. Book is tight and clean. Crisp. Unread. DJ is bright and attractive. Tiny roll to crown of DJ edge. A very faint wrinkle to DJ near top edge and also one on rear of DJ. $5.95 price is intact on the DJ flap. One corner shows a tiny, tiny fuzz. The book is not perfect but not too far off. A beautiful copy with a loose, laid in self-adhesive bookplate that is signed and inscribed by James D. Watson. A beautiful copy of the 1st printing. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Medium Rare Books LLC]
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        Gugong Cangci - Blue and White Ware of the Ch&#39;&#39;ing Dynasty. 2 Volumes ( Porcelain of the National Palace Museum )

      The National Palace Museum; Caf, 1968. The National Palace Museum; Caf, 1968. Hardcover. VeryGood.

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        Die Frösche. Eine Komödie mit zwölf Kaltnadel-Radierungen von Oskar Kokoschka. Hrsg. vom Verlag Ars Librorum, Gotthard de Beauclair. Frankfurt 1968. Folio. 98 S. Orig.-Halblederkassette.

      . . Eines von 120 Exemplaren mit 12 signierten Orig.-Radierungen von Oskar Kokoschka. Der Druckvermerk zusätzlich vom Künstler monogrammiert und von G. de Beauclair signiert. Tadellos erhalten. - Wingler/Welz 437-448. - Tiessen III,23. - Gotthard de Beauclair Leben und Werk 46.

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        The Making of the President 1968

      New York: Atheneum Publishers, , 1968.. New York: Atheneum Publishers, 1968. First edition. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by the author to reporter Mike Wallace, "For Mike Wallace- from a companion of passage affectionately, Teddy White." Fine in a near fine dust jacket. The third book in Theodore H. White&#39;s landmark series, The Making of the President 1968 is the compelling account of the turbulent 1968 presidential campaign, the assassinations of Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr., and election of Richard Nixon. White made history with his groundbreaking The Making of the President 1960, a narrative that won the Pulitzer Prize for revolutionizing the way that presidential campaigns were reported. "White unites a novelist&#39;s knack of dramatization and a historian&#39;s sense of significance with a synthesizing skill that grasps the reader by the lapels" (Newsweek).

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        Poésies

      Imprimerie Nationale, Paris 1968 - 5 volumes grand in-4 en feuilles sous chemise rempliée imprimée, dans une chemise et un étui cartonnés recouverts d'une basane rouge maroquinée, titre doré sur dos de la chemise. Intérieur de la chemise en tissu bordeaux marbré.4 volumes de texte + 1 volume de suites.Oeuvres poétiques de Paul Verlaine illustrées de composition originales de Léonor Fini, Georges Feher, Michel Terasse, Rena Tzolakis.Exemplaire D, un des 5 sur Japon nacré accopagné de deux aquarelles originales, de deux croquis originaux, d'une Suite sur Japon nacré et d'une Suite sur Arches.Cette édition a été établie par les soins de Jean Crès pour la Nouvelle Librairie de France. Typographie entièrement manuelle, tirage réalisés par l'Imprimerie Nationale. Composée ave le "Jaugeon" Corps 16 pour le texte et le "Grandjean" dit "Romain du Roi", pour les titres, caractères classés monuments historiques et propriété de l'Imprimerie Nationale.Les Lithographies et les compositions originales ont été tirées sur les Presses de Mourlot Frères et de l'Imprimerie du Lion.- Tome I. Poèmes saturniens, Fêtes galantes, La bonne chanson, Romances sans paroles.Compositions originales de Léonor Fini.206 pages.- Tome II. Sagesse, Jadis et Naguère. Lithographies originales de Georges Feher.250 pages.- Tome III. Amour, Parallèlement.Lithographies originales de Michel Terrasse.220 pages.- Tome IV. Bonheur, Chansons pour elle, Liturgies intimes, Odes en son honneur.Lithographies originales de rena Tzolakis.243 pages.- Suites. Les Suites sont placées dans une chemise rempliée.4 chemises pour les lithographies sur Vélin d'Arches.3 chemises pour les lithographies sur Japon nacré ( les lithographies sur Japon de Rena Tzolakis sont réunies dans la chemise sur vélin d'Arches ). Illustrés.

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        TO HEAL AND TO BUILD: The Programs of President Lyndon B. Johnson

      New York: McGraw-Hill, 1968. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/near fine. 8vo. Cloth. Fine in near fine jacket. Jacket has touches rubbing, wear at edges. Small crease to front flap. Unclipped. INSCRIBED by Lady Bird Johnson and to Barbara and Harold Saunders: "For Barbara and Harold Saunders / with our appreciation and / warm wishes - / Lady Bird Johnson / Christmas 1968." Additionally SIGNED by President Johnson. Some smudging to LBJ&#39;s signature. Harold Saunders was a member of the National Security Council staff from 1961 through Johnson&#39;s tenure as President. He subsequently served as Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs from 1978 to 1981 and was intrumental in both the Camp David Accords as well as the Iranian hostage crisis. Johnson was something of a reluctant signer and books genuinely inscribed by him are uncommon, with many secretarial examples misidentified. A warm association.

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        Iohannis Scotti Eriugenae Periphyseon. (De Diuisione Naturae) Liber 1-4 in 4 Bänden. Lateinisch-Englisch. Ed. by I.P. Sheldon-Williams and (Bd. 4) by Edouard A. Jeauneau., Scriptores Latini Hiberniae, Vol. VII, IX, XI, XIII.

      Dublin The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies., 1968,1972,1981,1995. - X, 269 S. / 252 S. / VII, 324 S. / XLIV, 338 S. Durchgestrichener Name und Worte mit Kuli auf Schmutztitel des 4. Bandes. Sonst gut. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 3000 Gr.-8°. Originalleineneinbände.

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        The Wind in the Willows

      London: Methuen Children's Books, 1968. London: Methuen Children&#39;s Books,, 1968. Illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Introduction by A. A. Milne. Octavo (223 × 150 mm). Contemporary polished red calf by Bayntun, spine gilt in compartments with tools based on the novel&#39;s characters, green and blue morocco labels, gilt tool to upper board depicting Mole, Toad, and Mouse, marbled endpapers, double-line rules to boards, turn-ins and all edges gilt. Colour frontispiece and 11 plates by Arthur Rackham. A fine copy. A handsomely bound copy of the Rackham edition of Wind in the Willows. Rackham had been asked to illustrate the first edition of the book in 1908, but was already committed to illustrating A Midsummer Night&#39;s Dream and turned Grahame down. It was a decision he regretted for much of the rest of his life, until given the opportunity to illustrate the book for the Limited Editions Club in the late 1930s. First published in 1940, his illustrations for this children&#39;s classic would be his last, and one of his most loved, sets of illustrations.

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        Alice&#39;s Adventures in Wonderland; Through the Looking-glass and what Alice Found There

      London: Macmillan, 1968. London: Macmillan,, 1968. With Forty-Two Illustrations by John Tenniel. 2 volumes bound in one, octavo (174 × 120 mm). Finely bound by Bayntun for Charles E. Lauriat in contemporary blue polished calf, spine lettered in gilt and decorated with tools based on motifs from the novel, raised bands, gilt tool to front board depicting the Mad Hatter and to rear board the Red Queen, gilt inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. With black and white illustrations by John Tenniel. A fine copy in a deluxe binding. A beautifully bound copy of one of our best loved children&#39;s books, which were first published in 1866 and 1872.

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        IN A NARROW GRAVE ESSAYS ON TEXAS

      Austin: The Encino Press, 1968.. Austin: The Encino Press, 1968.. Large octavo. Reversed calf backed printed boards, gilt label. A fine partially unopened copy, in near fine slipcase with small bump at one corner. First edition, corrected printing, limited issue. One of 250 numbered copies, specially printed on untrimmed Artlaid paper, specially bound, and signed by the author. A collection of essays marking a watershed in Texas letters.

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        NIXON ON THE ISSUES (WATERGATE)

      New York City: Nixon-Agnew Campaign Committee, 1968. New York City: Nixon-Agnew Campaign Committee, 1968. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY FROM RICHARD NIXON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, TO CHARLES "CHUCK" COLSON, NIXON&#39;S "HATCHET MAN" AND ONE OF THE JAILED WATERGATE SEVEN. Nixon&#39;s has signed his name on an official Presidential label with the following printed inscription: "To Chuck Colson with best wishes" below which Nixon has signed his name in clear and neat ink hand. 194 pages. Olive green stiffened card covers with white lettering to the front and the spine. Some light rubbing to edges of the spine and a few light creases. A near-Fine copy with a unique and fascinating Watergate association. This book is a composite of the positions taken on public questions by Richard Nixon during the Presidential campaign in 1968. Chuck Colson (1931-2012) was a Special Counsel to Nixon from 1969 to 1973, and later a noted Evangelical Christian leader. He gained notoriety at the height of the WATERGATE scandal, for being named as one of the Watergate Seven, and pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice for attempting to defame Pentagon Papers defendant Daniel Ellsberg. In 1974, he served seven months in jail as the first member of the Nixon administration to be incarcerated for Watergate-related charges. In 1968, Colson served as counsel to Republican presidential candidate Richard Nixon&#39;s Key Issues Committee, and a year later was appointed as Special Counsel to President Nixon. Colson was responsible for inviting influential private special interest groups into the White House policy-making process and winning their support on certain issues. His office served as the President&#39;s political communications liaison with organized labor, veterans, farmers, conservationists, industrial organizations, citizen groups, and almost any organized lobbying group whose objectives were compatible with the administration&#39;s. Colson also became involved in the Committee to Re-elect the President. At a CRP meeting on March 21, 1971, it was agreed to spend US$250,000 on "intelligence gathering" on the Democratic Party. Colson and John Ehrlichman appointed E. Howard Hunt to the White House Special Operations Unit (the so-called "Plumbers"), which had been organized to stop leaks in the Nixon administration. In 1971 Hunt teamed up with Gordon Liddy and the two headed the attempted burglary of the office of Pentagon Papers-leaker Daniel Ellsberg in Los Angeles in September 1971. The Pentagon Papers were a cache of military documents comprising an exhaustive study of the United States involvement in the Vietnam War. Their publication helped increase opposition to the war. Colson hoped that revelations about Ellsberg could be used to discredit the anti-Vietnam War cause. Colson admitted to leaking information from Ellsberg&#39;s confidential FBI file to the press, but denied organizing Hunt&#39;s burglary of Ellsberg&#39;s office. Although not discovered until several years after Nixon had resigned and Colson had finished serving his prison term, transcripts of a tape-recorded June 20, 1972 White House conversation between Nixon and Colson clearly show both men&#39;s early involvement in obstruction of justice in the Watergate investigation. On March 10, 1973, 17 months before Nixon&#39;s resignation, Colson resigned from the White House to return to the private practice of law, as Senior Partner at the law firm of Colson and Shapiro, Washington, D.C. However, he was retained as a special consultant by Nixon for several more months. On March 1, 1974, Colson was indicted for conspiring to cover up the Watergate burglaries. After taking the Fifth Amendment during early testimony, Colson found himself torn between his desire to be truthful and his desire to avoid conviction on charges of which he believed himself innocent. Following prayer and consultation with his fellowship group, Colson suggested a plea of guilty to a different criminal charge of which he did consider himself to be culpable. After days of negotiation with Watergate Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski and Watergate Trial Judge Gerhard Gesell, Colson pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice on the basis of having attempted to defame Ellsberg&#39;s character in the build-up to the trial in order to influence the jury against him. Colson was given a one-to- three-year sentence and fined $5,000. He spent seven months in Maxwell Correctional Facility in Alabama, with short stays at a facility on the Fort Holabird grounds when needed as a trial witness, entering prison on July 9, 1974 and being released early, on January 31, 1975, by the sentencing judge due to family issues. At the time that Gesell ordered his release, Colson was one of the last of the Watergate defendants still in jail: only Gordon Liddy was still incarcerated. Egil Krogh had served his sentence and been released before Colson entered jail, while John Dean, Jeb Magruder, and Herb Kalmbach had been released earlier in January 1975 by Judge John Sirica.. Soft Cover.

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        Story

      New York: 0 To 9 Books, 1968. New York: 0 To 9 Books, 1968. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to. Rare volume of experimental writings by Mayer from her days with Vito Acconci and 0 To 9 Books. A very good example in tall side-stapled wrappers. One small chip to front cover else a clean very good example. One of the author&#39;s most difficult to find titles and a real "stopper" for collectors of books from this press. Only the second copy of this title we have handled in fifteen years of bookselling.

      [Bookseller: Derringer Books, Member A.B.A.A.]
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        Welcome to The Monkey House

      Delacorte, 1968. Delacorte, 1968. First Edition (first printing). The seventh book by the author of THE SIRENS OF TITAN and SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE, a collection of short works covering a variety of themes -- includes the story "Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow." Fine/Near Fine -- very minor toning to the dust jacket spine and along the folds. One short closed tear to the rear panel. A clean copy. Inscribed by Vonnegut on the half title page, as follows: "For Bill Targ -- Have a nice life, Bill -- Kurt Vonnegut.". Signed by Author. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

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        Isamu Noguchi : A Sculptor's World

      Harper & Row Publishers, New York, 1968. Harper & Row Publishers, New York, 1968. 259 pages 268 illustrations 13 in color. [SIGNED BY THE ARTIST] Signed on the title page by the artist, Isamu Noguchi. Some foxing to the top edge. Some soiling, rubbing and wear to the dustjacket cover and edge now protected with a Mylar cover. Foreword by R. Buckminster Fuller. List of Illustrations. Index. . Signed by the Artist. First United States Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Near Fine.

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        La vie, la mort et la résurrection de Socrate-Marie Gripotard.

      La table ronde 1968 - - La table ronde, Paris _1968, 14,5x21,5cm, en feuilles sous chemise et étui. - Edition originale, un des rares exemplaires imprimés sur papier de luxe dont il n'est fait nulle mention, seuls grands papiers. Bel et humoristique envoi autographe signé à pleine page de l'auteur à l'un son ami Olivier Bailly : ". un exemplaire de collaborateur (à ce qu'il parait), avec la bise exténuée du chroniqueur sapiens, les amitiés gaillardes de l'homo félix et la bénédiction du Grand Papaou. / 27 Juillet 1988". Etui fendu en pied. Rare et agréable exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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