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        Böttcher, Agathe. - "Rosenglas".

      - Zeichnung / Tusche, 1969. Von Agathe Böttcher. 47,5 x 36,0 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Rechts unten in Bleistift signiert und datiert. - Verso Reste einer ehemaligen Montierung. Sonst sehr schön erhalten. Agathe Böttcher (*1929 Bautzen - lebt und arbeitet in Dresden). Deutsche Malerin und Grafikerin. Erster Unterricht beim Bautzner Maler R. Erdmann. 1947-49 Studium an der Hochschule für Werkkunst in Bautzen im Fach Applikation. 1950-54 Studium an der Hochschule für angewandte Kunst in Dresden und Berlin. 1954?57 Aspirantur an der Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee. 1954-65 Ehe mit dem Maler und Filmemacher Jürgen Böttcher (später Strawalde). Freundschaft mit Ralph Winkler (später A. R. Penck), Peter Herrmann, Peter Makolies, Joachim Dieske und Peter Graf. 1958?79 künstlerische Mitarbeit an der TU Dresden am Lehrstuhl für Architektur im Bereich Innenraumgestaltung. Ab 1979 Lehrauftrag an TU Dresden und an der HfBK Dresden. Ab 1990 Atelier in Diehmen in der Oberlausitz. 1992-96 Atelier im Dresdner Künstlerhaus. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: GALERIE HIMMEL]
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        Sky garden

      Milano: Grafica Uno, , 1969. Molto Buono (Very Good). Litografia a 5 colori. cm 76x54,5. . Molto Buono (Very Good). Bruniture leggere ai margini del foglio (Some light browning and spotting). Tiratura 42.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini]
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        [Postal Sculpture] May we describe to you with picture and words .... Signed in red ink George Gilbert.

      London, Art for All, Nov. 1969. Folded leaf, 20 x 17 cm.*"May we decribe" is one of the 5 'postal sculptures' published in 1969. - The envelope made of "burnt" paper [post stamp febr. 1970] and G and G stamp in red is NOT available here. - See G&G 1968 to 1980 p. 65.

      [Bookseller: André SWERTZ B.V.]
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        Los Toros en Espana Band 1. bis 3. (vollständig)

      Editorial Orell, 1969. Die Geschichte des Stierkampfes von den Anfängen bis in die neuste Zeit. Goldene Kunststoffeinbände, zusammen 1022 Seiten. Mit hunderten von farbigen Abbildungen. Kapitelblätter samtbezogen. Band 1. mit einem 3 cm langen Ratscher, sonst sind die Bände in einem ausgezeichneten Zustand. Weitere Fotos werden auf Anfrage gern zugeschickt. R.-L.-hw7156d Versand D: 4,60 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weber GbR]
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        The Godfather

      G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York 1969 - A Near Fine copy of the book, very nice, likely never read, just a trifle cocked at the spine. In a Very Good + dust jacket with a few short tears at the extremities and some wrinkling at the crown, but no black marker cover-ups, which you'll see often.Mario Puzo's compelling page-turner about the Corleone mafia family. "The Godfather" was immensely popular and is thought to be responsible for introducing and popularizing Mafia speak and culture to the American public. When Puzo set out to write the book, he had already received critical acclaim, but not financial success, and so decided to write a best-seller. In this he succeeded wildly. More famously, the book was adapted into the 1972 film directed by Frances Ford Coppola, starring Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, Robert Duvall, and Diane Keaton, and considered by many to be one of the all-time greats. The film would win three Oscars: Best Picture, Best Actor, and Best Adapted Screenplay. (Puzo himself would win this award with Coppola). "The Godfather" would also be selected by the United States National Film Registry as "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant." Puzo would go on to help write the script for "The Godfather Part 2" as well - for which he would win another Academy Award. "Yet 'The Godfather' is such a compelling story? [it] will end up sharing the heady heights of best-sellerdom." (Contemporary New York Times review). Near Fine in Very Good + dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB]
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        Archive of correspondence between Federico Fellini and Daniel Selznick regarding "Satyricon" and "The Voyage of G. Mastorna"

      1969. Archive of three typed letters signed from Federico Fellini to Daniel Selznick (along with carbons of Selznick's several letters in reply, as well as an associated memo), written in 1968 and 1969, making reference to "Satyricon" and more specifically to "The Voyage of G. Mastorna," a film project very dear to Fellini that held great interest for Selznick as well--but was never produced. "Mastorna" loomed over the second half of Fellini's career, the masterpiece that was perpetually in revision and on the director's mind. Marcus Perryman, in his introduction to "The Journey of G. Mastorna: The Film Fellini Didn't Make" (Berghahn Books, 2013) writes: "[Fellini] shrouded the film in mystery partly to keep open the option of making it. Every new project he worked on after his 'Satyricon' had first to get past the recurring thought, illusion or delusion of 'Mastorna.' After the initial failure, Fellini tinkered with the script for the next ten years. He came close to returning to it after 'Il Casanova,' which his analyst considered to be an important step in his self-therapy and one that 'Mastorna' would have extended further. "By his own admission, he repeatedly plundered the script for his new films: for the airport scene and award ceremony in 'Toby Dammit,' for the pope's regalia in 'Fellini Roma,' for verbatim inclusions and characters in 'Amarcord.' 'Prova d'orchestra' investigates the world of orchestral music, to which Mastorna belongs, albeit focusing more on the conductor as dictator than the musician as acolyte; 'La città delle donne' has numerous affinities with the unmade film. The bus and motel in 'Mastorna' are very much like Ginger's bus and motel and 'Mastorna' includes one of Fred's dance routines. Some said 'Ela nave va' was 'Mastorna' in disguise. ... Fabrizio Borin calls Mastorna the character Fellini 'thought about, continually returned to, abandoned, repudiated, sought out, feared, hated and never created." Daniel Selznick, the son of David O. Selznick, is best known as a producer for films such as Peter Bogdanovich's "Targets" (1968) and various documentaries about Hollywood. His association with his father allowed him many opportunities to meet and correspond with numerous actors, actresses, and directors of note. Two letters in English, one in Italian, the latter with typed translation. 8.5 x 11 inches. Varying stock, all folded for mailing, else Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Die Schastrommel. / Die Drossel. Die Schastrommel 1 / 2 / 3 / 6 / 7 / 8 a - b - c / 9 / 10 / 11 / 12 - Die Drossel 13 / 14 / 15 / 16 / 17.

      Bozen. Berlin. Stuttgart. Köln. Günter Brus / Hansjörg Mayer / Edition Hundertmark / Interfunktionen Verlag. 1969 - 1976. Auflage 350 - 500 Exemplare. 19 Bände. 29 x 21 cm und 23 x 17 cm. OKarton. Von marginalen Gebrauchspuren abgesehen sehr gutes, frisches Exemplar. Infolge seiner provozierenden Aktion \"Körperanalyse\" im Rahmen der Veranstaltung \"Kunst und Revolution\" im Hörsaal 1 des NIG an der Wiener Universität erklärte man Brus in einer Pressekampagne zum \"meistgehassten Österreicher\", er wurde zu sechs Monaten Arrest verurteilt. Um einer Haftstrafe zu entgehen, floh mit seiner Familie nach Berlin und lebte dort zehn Jahre - bis 1979 - im Exil. Erst nachdem die Haftstrafe in eine Geldstrafe umgewandelt wurde, kehrte er wieder zurück nach Graz. Von 1969 bis 1976 gab er, zunächst im Selbstverlag, die limitierte Künstlerzeitschrift \"Die Schastrommel - das Organ der österr. Exilregierung\" heraus. Umfangreiche Folge von 19 Bänden des Organs des Wiener Akktionismus, das von Heft 1 bis 12 unter dem Titel \"Die Schastrommel\", von Heft 13 bis 17 unter \"Die Drossel\" erschien. Vorhanden sind, jeweils in der einfachen Ausgabe mit Varianten, die Hefte: Nummer 1. Organ der österr. Exilregierung. Günter Brus. Bozen / Berlin, Mai 1969, 8 unpaginierte S., geklammert. 2. Auflage. Umschlag Offset. Nummer 2. Günter Brus. Bolzano. Mai 1970. 56 unpaginierte S. Günter Brus, Otto Muehl, Hermann Nitsch, Gerhard Rühm, Hermann Schürrer, Oswald Wiener. 1. Auflage. (ohne die Zeichnung und das Photo). Umschlag Siebdruck. Nummer 2. Günter Brus. Bolzano. Mai 1970 (später herausgegeben) 2. Auflage. Identisch mit der ersten Auflage, besseres Papier. Umschlag Siebdruck. Nummer 3. Organ der Österr. Exilregierung. Oktober 1970. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. Verlag Interfunktionen, Köln. 1. Auflage. Umschlag Offset. Nummer 6. Organ der Österr. Exilregierung. März 1972. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. Diter Rot. Georg Baselitz. Antonius Höckelmann. Hermann Nitsch. 1. Auflage. Umschlag und Kapitel Siebdruck. Nummer 7. Organ der Österr. Exilregierung. Mai 1972. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. Kurt Kren - Dominik Steiger - Valie Export - Peter Weibel. Umschlag und Kapitel Siebdruck. Nummer 8 a - b - c. Organ der Österr. Exilregierung. Juni - Dezember 1972. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. Aktionen 1964 - 1970. Umschlag Siebdruck. Nummerr 9. Österr. Exilregierung. Februar 1973. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. Edition Hundertmark. Berliner Dichter Workshop. Achleitner - Brus - Roth - Rühm - Wiener. Umschlag Siebdruck. Nummer 9. Österr. Exilregierung. Februar 1973. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. Edition Hundertmark. Berliner Dichter Workshop. Achleitner - Brus - Roth - Rühm - Wiener. Variante mit geschnittenem Umschlag und Übermalungen von Dieter Roth, Offset. Nummer 10 Österr. Exilregierung. September 1973. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. Verlag Hans Jörg Mayer, Stuttgart. Das Licht ist der Schmutz der Sonne (bearbeiteter Auszug aus Art des Giftes, Dauer der Vergiftung, Sitz der Schmerzen von Günter Brus-Brüssel). Nummer 228 / 500 von Günter Brus signierten Exemplaren. Mit 8 Siebdrucken, der letzte mit Wachskreide ausgemalt. Nummer 11. Organ der Österr. Exilregierung. Dezember 1973. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. Verlag Hans Jörg Mayer, Stuttgart. Peter Kubelka filmt Arnulf Rainer. Umschlag Siebdruck. Nummer 12. Organ der Österr. Exilregierung. Februar 1974. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. Verlag Hans Jörg Mayer, Stuttgart. Dominik Steiger. Biometrische Texte 1 - 147. Umschlag Siebdruck. Nummer 13. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. Januar 1975. Berlin. Katastrophen Vermessung. Attersee - Brus - Nitsch - Rainer - Rühm - Steiger - Wiener - Roth. Umschlag Siebdruck. Nummer 14. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. Oktober 1975. Berlin. Günter Brus. Das Namenlose. Umschlag Siebdruck. Nummer 15. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. März 1976. Berlin. Hermann Nitsch. Partitur der 50. Aktion - Schloß Prinzendorf. Umschlag Siebdruck. Nummer 16. Herausgegeben von Günter Brus. Juni 1976. Berlin. 10 beidseitige Siebdrucktafeln. Umschlag Siebdruck. Nummer 17. Hermann Nitsch. Die Eroberung von Jerusalem. Napoli. Berlin. Edition Morra/Verlag Die Drossel. Umschlag Offset. Es fehlen die beiden nur in 130 respektive 150 Exemplaren erschienenen Hefte 4 und 5 der Schastrommel, ansonsten vollständige Folge mit der ersten und zweiten Auflage des Heftes 2 sowie den Umschlagvarianten von Band 9. [Vgl. In Numbers. Serial Publications by Artists since 1955, S. 332 - 338, alle Bände abgebildet; Sam Fogg Rare Books. Documents of the Avant-Garde 1945-1990, N° 393, p. 35/36]. Versand D: 2,00 EUR 20. Jahrhundert / 20th Century, Deutschland / Germany, Kunstzeitschriften

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Querido - Kunst und Fotograf]
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        20th ENGINEER BRIGADE ACHIEVEMENTS And REMEMBRANCES 1968 - 1969. Presented to Col Victor Wilson by the Brigade Staff

      Published by 20th EB Information Office, Vietnam 1969 - ~ 85 leaves, multi-colored paper. Illustrated with over 60 original b/w photographs, most captioned [~ 45 action scenes of divers brigade projects, the remainder of staff, and Vietnamese citizens]. 7 leaves with newspaper clipping affixed, also documenting divers brigade projects. Original artwork by PFC Al Schumer. 11-3/8" x 8-1/2" The 20th Engineer Brigade is a combat engineer brigade currently assigned to the XVIII Airborne Corps of the United States Army stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Though its predecessor units have lineage that dates back before the American Civil War, the formation was not formally designated as the 20th Engineer Brigade until its activation on 16 August 1950, at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Deploying overseas in November 1952, it supported construction projects in southwestern France until its return to the US on 10 September 1954. Reactivated on 1 May 1967, at Fort Bragg, the brigade deployed to Vietnam where it supported American forces for several years and a dozen campaigns. The brigade was deactivated on 20 September 1971, as American forces withdrew from the country.This souvenir book comprehensively documents the brigade's activities & asssigned personnel during the period of June 1968 to June 1969.A unique item, the first such we've been able to offer chronicling this period of US history. Green cloth binding, with front board having custom multi-layer onlays depicting the units of the 20th Brigade; rear board with diamond-shaped cut-out for a b/w photograph of a unit bulldozer. Eps original artwork of divers construction scenes; rear paste-down an original bust pencil drawing of Col. Wilson 1st printing. Presumed one of one, i.e., a unique item. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA]
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        MY LIFE WITH MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. (SIGNED)

      HOLT, REINHART AND WINSTON 1969 - Hardcover, 6" x 9", 372 printed pages, biography of Coretta Scott King, widow of the assassinated African-American Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, the story of their family, their famous and unheralded friends and people surrounding them interweaving them all into a final celebration of all their life together. SIGNED BY "CORETTA SCOTT KING" and inscribed by someone else "yours for equality Emily & K. to Josie with best wishes in the fight for Human Dignity for all People", illustrated with b&w family photos natural linen covers with gold signature embossed, title in gold on black on spine, the dust jacket shows a photograph of a handsome Coretta King on the front and a family portrait on the back both in black & white by Flip Schulke and Bob Fitch. Both Book and dustjacket are in very good condition. an iconic time in American history. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Billy Books]
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        Photographs & Etchings: Lee Friedlander, Jim Dine, Limited Edition (Portfolio of 17 Vintage Gelatin Silver Prints by Lee Friedlander and 16 Etchings by Jim Dine)

      Petersburg Press, London 1969 - Price is net to all; promotional discounts do not apply.First edition, first printing. Portfolio edition of 75 signed and numbered plus 15 artists' copies, with 17 vintage gelatin silver prints printed by Friedlander in New City, New York, and 16 etchings printed by Dine in Amsterdam. Each sheet pairs one photograph (mounted on the etching sheet) with one etching, except for the introductory page, which pairs a photograph by Friedlander of himself and Dine, on the left, with a short preface by Dine, on the right. Each photograph and etching is signed, by Friedlander and Dine, in pencil on recto of mount beneath each respective image, near the bottom of each sheet. Image sizes range from 4-5/8 to 7 inches in the short dimension and from 6-7/8 to 10-3/4 inches in the long dimension, whether horizontal or vertical. Each sheet measures 18 x 29-3/4 inches (irreg.). The etchings range from 3-3/4 to 8-1/4 inches in the short dimension and from 7-1/2 to 28-1/2 inches in the long dimension, whether horizontal or vertical. Housed in a black leatherette case made by Rudolf Rieser, Cologne. Case 19-1/4 x 31-5/16 x 1-1/4 inches. As New (from Friedlander's personal archive). Signed by Author. As New (from Friedlander's personal archive) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Vincent Borrelli, Bookseller]
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        A Document made by Paul Thek and Edwin Klein. With Photos by Wim Davits, Edwin Klein, Tom Lenders, Max Natkiet, Jean-Paul Vroom. Published by Stedelik Museum, Amsterdam and Moderna Museet, Stockholm during the Amsterdam exhibition of Paul Thek, May 1969.

      Amsterdam. Stockholm. Stedelik Museum / Moderna Museet. 1969. First printing. 41 x 31 cm. 128 unpaginierte S. OKarton (Umschlagklappe, 10cm breit). Die Klappe minimal lichtrandig. Sehr gutes, frisches Exemplar. Eine vervielfälltigte Zeitungsdoppelseite dient als Träger für eingesetzte Photocollagen. Das Künstlerbuch, eine Gemeinschaftsarbeit des Künstlers mit dem Holländischen Fotografen Ewin Klein, begleitete die Museums-Installation \"The Procession / The Artist´s Co-op\" im Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Der Druck erfolgte im Februar 1969. The Artist´s Co-op war eine Gruppe von Künstlern, mit denen Thek in wechselnder Besetzung Ende der 60er Jahre Projekte erarbeitete. [Vgl. Paul Thek. Diver.- A Retospective, 2010, S180-189 mit Abbildungen]. Versand D: 2,00 EUR 20. Jahrhundert / 20th Century, Amerika / America, Fotografie / Photography, Kunst, Künstlerbücher, Künstlerzeitung

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Querido - Kunst und Fotograf]
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        The Left Hand of Darkness

      New York: Walker & Company, 1969. First edition of the author's Nebula and Hugo award-winning novel. Octavo, original gray cloth. Boldly signed by Ursula Le Guin on the title page. An excellent example in an near fine dust jacket with some rubbing and wear to the spine extremities. A groundbreaking work of science fiction, The Left Hand of Darkness tells the story of a lone human emissary to Winter, an alien world whose inhabitants can change their gender. His goal is to facilitate Winter's inclusion in a growing intergalactic civilization. But to do so he must bridge the gulf between his own views and those of the completely dissimilar culture that he encounters. Embracing the aspects of psychology, society, and human emotion on an alien world, The Left Hand of Darkness stands as a landmark achievement in the annals of intellectual science fiction. "A jewel of a story" (Frank Herbert).

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Inscribed “with best wishes from Tranquility Base” by Neil Armstrong, signed by all three Apollo astronauts on the first lunar landing mission – Man’s first message from the Moon, spoken by Armstrong, was “Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.”

      n.p., n.d.. 10" x 8". "Exceedingly Rare Color Photograph Signed “To Collins Bird - / With Sincere Best Wishes / from Tranquility Base / Neil Armstrong,” “Buzz Aldrin,” and “M. Collins.” Color, 10” x 8”. Partially affixed to 10.25” x 8.5” board. Fine condition.Official NASA photographs taken on the Moon, especially those taken on the day of the landing, signed by all three Apollo XI crewmembers, are extremely rare and desirable, as compared to lithographic prints or even the common Apollo XI posed crew photograph.This photograph, titled “Flag of the U.S. deployed on surface of the Moon,” was taken from inside the lunar module on July 20, 1969. Captioned by NASA on its website: “The flag of the United States, deployed on the surface of the Moon, dominates this photograph taken from inside the Lunar Module. The footprints of Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. stand out clearly. In the far background is the deployed black and white lunar surface television camera which televised the Apollo 11 lunar surface extravehicular activity.” NASA’s Photo ID is AS11-37-5545, ““Date Taken: 1969-07-20.”Collins Bird was the owner of the Georgetown Inn on Wisconsin Avenue in Washington, D.C. When astronauts and NASA officials were in the nation’s capital, they stayed at Bird’s hotel. Apollo astronaut James Lovell and Jeffrey Kluger wrote in “Lost Moon: The Perilous Voyage of Apollo 13” (New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1994), “Ever since 1962, when Wally Schirra came to town for a medal and a handshake from President Kennedy following his successful nine-hour Mercury flight, the inn had served as unofficial host to many a NASA dignitary. The place was out-of-the-way enough to offer the privacy the country’s space pioneers craved, and new enough to offer the poshness they had come to enjoy. Collins Bird, the hotel’s first and only owner, had his inn done up in a subdued colonial style…”"

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        Projects for Hill Sculpture

      , , 1969. Ottimo (Fine). Acquaforte. cm 24,6x34 (Foglio 28x38). . Ottimo (Fine). Tiratura 150.

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        Nero IV

      Roma: Romero, , 1969. Ottimo (Fine). Acquaforte. cm 32,3x41,9 (Foglio 49,7x65). . Ottimo (Fine). Tiratura 60.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini]
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        I Can Lick 30 Tigers Today! and Other Storiews.

      Random House, New York 1969 - Quarto. Color pictorial covers. SIGNED by Dr. Seuss on page preceding half-title page. Some age toning at top of front cover. Bump at bottom of spine and corners. Bookplate of previouw owner on blank page preceding half-title page. ( Hirsch/Younger Not issued with dust jacket.) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Midway Book Store (ABAA)]
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        OF THE PARTICIPATIONS TO THE FESTIVAL OF NON ART - ANTI ART, TRUTH ART, HOW TO CHANGE ART AND MANKIND - THAT TOOK PLACE FROM THE 1ST TO THE 15TH OF JUNE 1969, IN THE WORLD. Organized by ben vautier.

      Monte Carlo, Merino, 1969. Orig. portfolio. Illustr. b/w. 77 leaves loos-leafed*Texts in French and English. - Printed in 502 copies. - Contributions by Ben Vautier, Buren, Diter Rot, J. le Clezio, G. Brecht, Guinochet, Restany, J. Hidalgo, H. Flynt, R. Filliou, M. Alocco, R. Hausmann a.o. - Portfolio very sl. soiled, but in very good condition. - Rare.

      [Bookseller: André SWERTZ B.V.]
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        Ernst Jünger Kopie zweiter Varianten der \"Federbälle\" mit eigenhändiger Notiz

      [Biberach/Wilflingen], [1969]. Typoskript Kopie Typoskript \"Federbälle\" in zwei Varianten mit einer eigenhändigen Anmerkung von Jünger Photokopien von Typoskripten mit Korrekturen von Liselotte und Ernst Jünger. Auf der einen Photokopie mit blauem Kugelschreiber eigenhändige Setzanweisung von Jünger // interner Vermerk kxx Versand D: 4,99 EUR

      [Bookseller: Wimbauer Buchversand]
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        Chicago, Chicago

      Tokyo: Bijutsu Shuppan-Sha, , 1969. Rilegato tela (cloth). Foreword by Harry Callahan. Text by Shuzo Takiguchi. 208 black and white photographs by Yasuhiro Ishimoto. Note by Yusaku Kamekura. Layout by Yusaku Kamehura. Text in Japanese and English. 4to. pp. 224. . Senza custodia, ma ottima copia (Without original white card slip-case, otherwise fine). Prima edizione (First edition). "Like the earlier work  the book is split into sections, seven of them this time, revealing various aspects of Chicago and the two major photographic preoccupations of Ishimoto at the time - the formal urban landscape and the street portrait. If the portraits and street-life images win out, it is because people are more interesting then things, and the photographer himself is more challenged by people, less prone to exercising merely formal concerns, though no Ishimoto image is ever less than elegant" (Parr, Badger, The Photobook: A History volume I - p. 289)

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini]
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        LEAFLETS. POEMS 1965-1968

      W. W. Norton & Company (1969), New York - INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper to Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Hardwick, and their only child Harriet: "For Elizabeth + Cal + Harriet-/with always more love-/Adrienne." Lowell appropriated the book and the margins are filled with his ticks and slashes and a few words, especially in the section "Ghazals, Homage to Ghalib," a series of meditations on contemporary life modeled on Ghalib; the similarity to the poems Lowell was then working on for NOTEBOOKS and HISTORY is remarkable as is the association value of this copy. Three years later Lowell would publish THE DOLPHIN which Rich called "a cruel and shallow book" and "one of the most vindictive and mean-spirited acts in the history of poetry." Writing in AMERICAN POETRY REVIEW, she said: "what does one say about a poet who, having left his wife and daughter for another marriage, then titles a book with their names [FOR LIZZIE AND HARRIET] and goes on to appropriate his ex-wife’s letters written under the stress and pain of desertion, into a book of poems nominally addressed to the new wife?" Near Fine in a Very Good dustwrapper [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Death Of A Dude

      New York: Viking Press, 1969. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good +. Signed (5/22/73) by author on half-title page. Includes TLS (5/8/73) replying to a previous correspondence that states "I will autograph the books, but I don't send pictures of myself " Scan of letter available upon request. Text block tight and unmarked. Unclipped DJ in Mylar. Corners lightly worn, fraying to tail of spine.

      [Bookseller: Liberty Book Store IOBA FABA]
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        3 letters to Mr. [Ritsaert] ten Cate concerning a NEVER REALIZED 'Sculpture as a Book' project, 1969-1970.

      3 autograph letters, 25.5 x 19.6 cm, with letterhead and address 'art for all', London, dated Nov. 24, 1969; Dec. 1969; Jan. 1970, all written in brown ink and signed by both.*Folds, but in very good condition. - Ritsaert ten Cate was founder of the Mickery Gallery/Theatre. - From the contents: Nov. 24, 1969: "... Thank you for a lovely time in Holland [after the 'Posing on stairs' at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdan. Nov. 15, 1969]... We are not willing to exhibit ... in the current situation of the Mickery Gallery/Theatre... We have, however, an exciting answer - it is a sculpture as a book, an art piece as a book..., a princely volume of great George and Gilbert future art..." Dec. 1969: "... "The Book" would represent our art-thinking and art-being by use of the printed word, by the photograph and by the drawing. "The Book" would be really 'a book'... We hope very much that "Mickery" will see its way to publishing the sculpture entitled "The Book"..." Jan. 1970: "... We want only to make a good book wich is concerned purely with art. We would like you to come to regard yourself as the producer of this piece. Naturally it would be ideal for us to prepare a proto-type, but we would need a financial contribution... We would honestly like to say how happy we would be to work with you in the "Sculpture" that is a "Book". Happy new art decade to you...".

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        The Out-of-Towners (Original screenplay for the 1970 film, producer Paul Nathan's presentation copy)

      Los Angeles: Paramount Pictures, 1969. Final Draft script for the 1970 film. Producer Paul Nathan's presentation copy, in tan leather with gilt titles and Nathan's name at the bottom right corner of the front board.. A seminal New York comedy and a Hiller high spot, shot on location in the city in early 1970. A document of the times, it captures the city's lovable insanity in countless ways, from airports to garbage strikes to Central Park muggers to hotels. Shot on location in New York City, Long Island, and Boston. Tan cowhide with gilt titles and rule. Title page present, dated March 6, 1969, noted as Final Draft, with credits for screenwriter Simon, producer Nathan, and director Hiller. 154 leaves, mimeograph, with blue, pink, yellow revision pages throughout, dated variously between 3-7-69 and 5-7-69. Pages Near Fine, binding Near Fine.

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        Quindici. Mensile (poi bimestrale).

      Roma, 1967/1969, n? 1/19 : tutto il pubblicato. Dapprima di grande formato (50 x 70) e di pagine variabili diviene dal n? 13 cm. 27 x 42. Tutti i giornali sono ripiegati ed in buone/ottime condizioni . Dal numero 1 del giugno 1967 al num. 19 dell'agosto 1969 mancano solamente alcuni manifesti inseriti, nei primi numeri in particolare (bandiere del Vietnam, Rivoluzione d'ottobre, il Che, ecc.) Rivista di cultura tra letteratura e politica e con la contestazione giovanile studentesca del "'68" al centro. La schiera di collaboratori , da Sanguineti a Spatola, Guglielmi, Arbasino, Balestrini e Barilli, Eco, Filippini, Celli, Manganelli, Paglarani, Perniola, Zorzoli, Orengo, Giuliani, direttore responsabile fin dall'inizio e dimessosi al n? 16 con un bellissimo e non dimenticabile saluto amaro sulle "prospettive" della rivista (e del "movimento") cos? come un magistrale "Pesci rossi e tigri di carta" di Eco, da rileggersi ancor oggi, meditando. La collezione viene offerta a

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        Ben-Gurion Writes to Save His Nascent University in the Negev

      1969 - Autograph Letter Signed, to Avraham Zvion, December 26, 1969. 2 pp. in Hebrew, on off-white faintly-lined sheets 4 7/8 x 8 3/8 in. Translation 26.12.69Sde-BokerDear Zvion, I'm sorry for writing you things that until recently I hadn't realized that I would be required to. That's because I have admired all these years the work you've done for the Midrasha. However, your actions following our conversation, when we both agreed after a long discussion, that you won't be leaving the school's management right now but only at the end of this year, and meanwhile you'll assist the new person that will be assigned here to prepare the new education program for the Midrasha - initial university studies. You will then take two years off as education leave, and afterwards will retrieve the management of the Midrasha. I wouldn't have believed anyone that you are capable and ready to do this, an action that in my opinion may bring the destruction of the Midrashain Sde-Boker. But I have had meetings. Several female students, that have recently graduated the teacher seminar in the Midrasha, and now became fresh teachers all over the country, came to me to voice support for your claims. I heard these claims with a great sorrow, not because I didn't like it, since I'm capable of hearing claims I dislike. I was upset because those claims came from you. You invited me to Even-Ari in Avdat, and I enjoyed your invitation, since I heard interesting things about the feasibility of fertilizing the desert without Yarden, Yarkon and not through desalination of sea water. But all of this was just a preparation for your claims. I happened to arrive at the parliament for a few moments, and two good acquaintances came to visit me. One of them is a teacher Levin, who is nowadays a member of the parliament, and you recruited him to stir up the Teachers' Union against the Negev Committee. The second person, who has earned a respectful position in our modern history, is a lawyer Klausner. You summoned him to prosecute the Negev Committee. Although I honor your activities in the Midrasha and I do not have an authority to intervene in its management, as a citizen I feel an obligation to do so, since this enterprise that you managed to raise to such a level, might be sacrificed in your war against the Negev Committee. During the last meeting I spoke to you, and you came up with three new demands, claiming that if they are accepted by the Committee, you'll agree to leave for studies at the end of the year. At the meeting I did not want to acquiesce to these propositions, but I could not understand how you came up with them and how it goes along with what should be done with the head of the Teachers' Union and with Mr. Klausner. I do not know if there is any value in my writing to you nor do I think that my sorrow will change your mind. However, as one who cherishes and admires your work in the development of the Midrasha for more than five years, I feel an obligation not only towards the Midrasha, but also to you, to tell what lies on my heart. Please do not bring the destruction of the Midrasha! With respect and deep sorrow, D. Ben GurionHistoricBackgroundFollowing David Ben-Gurion's vision to build a university in the Negev desert, the construction of Midreshet-Ben Gurion began in 1963. The Midrasha was founded as a governmental corporation which owned the campus and ran all municipal affairs. The Negev Committee, headed by Ya'akov Ya'akovson, operated as the board of directors.In 1964, the Negev Committee assigned lieutenant-colonel Avraham Zvion to become the principal of the Midrasha. With heart and soul, Zvion built a vigorous community reaching over 1,000 members. He started several different specialized schools (i.e. high-school, teacher seminars) and recruited excellent teachers to join and promote the enterprise. Despite his unquestionable achievements, Zvion's character was harsh, and he did not take well to critics. (See website for full description)

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        Der Herr der Ringe. I. Die Gefährten; II. Die zwei Türme; III. Die Rückkehr des Königs. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt von Margaret Carroux. Gedichtübertragungen von E.-M. von Freymann.

      Stuttgart, Hobbit Presse im Ernst Klett Verlag, 1969 1970. - 3 Bände (komplett), 491; 406; 482 S., jeweils m. mehrfach gefalteter Karte, schwarzes Leinen m. roten Rückenschildchen, Rückengoldprägung, illustr. Orig.-Schutzumschläge, rote Kapitalbändchen, hellgrauer Farbkopfschnitt. Stuttgart, Hobbit Presse im Ernst Klett Verlag 1969 (I) u. 1970 (II, III), Deutsche Erstausgaben. Gelesen, Schutzumschläge an den Kapitalen gering angerändert, ohne Risse, Name im Vorsatz, ansonsten sehr gut erhalten. * Die Angabe der Versandkosten bei Abebooks-ZVAB bezieht sich auf eine Büchersendung mit einem Gewicht von max. 1 kg. Diese pauschale Vorgabe lässt sich durch den Anbieter leider nicht ändern, so dass die Versandkosten insbesondere bei mehrbändigen Titeln im Nachhinein angepasst werden müssen. Max. Versandkosten / Shipping fees: D frei Haus (= Büchersendung/Paket), EU max. 15 EUR, CH max. 20 EUR (Paket bis 20 kg), other countries on request. Expressversand auf Anfrage / express delivery on request. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2001 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Chicago, Chicago

      Tokyo: Bijutsu Shuppan-sha, 1969. A fine copy in silver-stamped black boards, in a nice example of the fragile photo-illustrated publisher's slipcase. Housed in a custom clamshell box.. First Edition. Square quarto in slipcase. Foreword by Harry Callahan. Text by Shuzo Takiguchi. Layout by Yusaku Kamehura. Beautifully conceived, designed, and printed. While the influence of Ishimoto's teacher, Harry Callahan, is evident here, there is no mistaking Ishimoto's virtuosity, both as a photographer and a book maker. Certainly the finest Chicago photobook ever published. (Parr / Badger, v1, 289).

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        The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses Over The Hills

      Black Sparrow Press, Los Angeles 1969 - Limited first edition, signed and numbered by the poet. This is number 50 of 250. In near fine condition, some light stains on top edge, otherwise binding is tight and pages are clean. If ever read it was done with care. 153 pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Zabriskie Point (Contact sheet comprising 30 images from the 1969 film)

      Paris: Les Films Concordia, 1969. Vintage black and white contact sheet comprising 30 photographs from the 1969 film. Included are numerous shots of lead actor Mark Frechette. 8 x 10 inches (20 x 25 cm). Two short closed tears to one edge, else Fine.

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        5 [Five] Blind Men (Signed Lettered Edition)

      Fremont, MI: Sumac Press, 1969. First Edition. First Edition. One of 26 lettered and 100 numbered copies (this being letter E) SIGNED by all five poets. Just the slightest hint of bowing to the front board, with light rubbing to the front joint, else Fine without dust jacket as issued. A lovely copy.

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        The Left Hand of Darkness

      Walker and Company, New York 1969 - First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by Ursula K. LeGuin on a laid in signature. This ORIGINAL dustjacket has light wear to the spine and a light chip to the back panel. The book is great shape with minor wear to the boards. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy SIGNED by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Giornate lunghe in Sardegna. 15 incisioni e pagine di Leonardo Castellani.

      1969 - Pesaro-Milano, La Pergola Edizioni d'Arte, 1969. L'edizione raccolta in astuccio editoriale si compone di un volume di 60 pagine stampate su carta Ventura contenente 5 acqueforti originali non firmate e di una suite di 10 acqueforti firmate e numerate dall'artista stampate su carta delle Cartiere Magnani di Pescia. Tiratura complessiva di 130 esemplari. La nostra copia è una delle XXX coi numeri romani firmata e numerata a matita dall'artista. Esemplare arricchito di una dedica autografa di Castellani ad un grande scrittore italiano. Axs [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Mostecko / Humboldtka - 11 Prints (Bromide) by Josef Sudek

      Praha: Dialog, 1969 - Sm.8° Ob. (125x240mm) Portfolio containing 11 Panorma Prints (Bromide) by Josef Sudek, rapresenting the Landscape (Coal Mines) of Mostecka. First edition, published in 2000 copies. Cover design and photo by J. Sudek Bohdan Kopecky, a poem Emil Julis, notes Dalibor Koze. Original pictorial (Photo J. Sudek) slipcase. In Very good condition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ULTIMO ROUND

      Siglo XXI Editores S.A., Mexico 1969 - _ 17X 26,5 BR. ED. FIG. N. PP. 219 IN DUE PARTI;br. ed. Stampato in italia (Torino, 30 ottobre 1969)in 10.000 esemplari; prima edizione. strappo orizzontale in antiporta, altrimenti buono. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Optimum Quantity of Money

      Chicago: Aldine Publishing Company,, 1969. and Other Essays. Octavo. Original blue-green cloth, gilt lettered spine. With the dust jacket. An exemplary copy. First edition, first printing. A collection of Friedman's essays that, "though written over the course of two decades, embody a single view of monetary theory and, as a result, reinforce one another" (Preface).

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        Poems

      Dublin: New Writers' Press, 1969. First Edition. SIGNED by Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986) on the title page. A collection of eight poems in a limited edition; this is number 145 of 300 copies. Translated and with an introductory note by Anthony Kerrigan. Book and pictorial wrappers designed by Michael Smith, with a striking linocut by Trevor Joyce. Small 8vo., 10 1/8 inches (25.7 cm) high. [4], 23, [2] pages. Very Good, with light toning to the edges and faint offsetting from the front flap to the end paper. Signed copies of this collection are not often found in the market. SCARCE. The poems are: "My Entire Life," "Houses Like Angels," "The Tango," "The Golem," "Allusion to a Ghost of the Eighteen Nineties," Conjectural Poem, "To an Old Poet," and "Limits." Except for "To an Old Poet," the poems appeared in slightly different form in "Personal Anthology" (Grove Press, 1967) or in Encounter magazine.

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        Slaughterhouse Five

      Delcorte Press, 1969. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good. Delcorte Press, New York 1969. First Edition / First Printing. Stated First Printing, no additional printings. Blue cloth boards. Jacket priced at $5.95, date 0369 at the rear flap. Signed by Kurt Vonnegut on a tipped in page after the endpaper. The Signature is Guaranteed Authentic. Book Condition: Near Fine, tight spine, clean pages, a few light spots.

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        20th ENGINEER BRIGADE ACHIEVEMENTS And REMEMBRANCES 1968 - 1969. Presented to Col Victor Wilson by the Brigade Staff

      Vietnam: Published by 20th EB Information Office, 1969. 1st printing. Presumed one of one, i.e., a unique item. Green cloth binding, with front board having custom multi-layer onlays depicting the units of the 20th Brigade; rear board with diamond-shaped cut-out for a b/w photograph of a unit bulldozer. Eps original artwork of divers construction scenes; rear paste-down an original bust pencil drawing of Col. Wilson. A VG+ to Nr Fine item.. ~ 85 leaves, multi-colored paper. Illustrated with over 60 original b/w photographs, most captioned [~ 45 action scenes of divers brigade projects, the remainder of staff, and Vietnamese citizens]. 7 leaves with newspaper clipping affixed, also documenting divers brigade projects. Original artwork by PFC Al Schumer. 11-3/8" x 8-1/2" The 20th Engineer Brigade is a combat engineer brigade currently assigned to the XVIII Airborne Corps of the United States Army stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Though its predecessor units have lineage that dates back before the American Civil War, the formation was not formally designated as the 20th Engineer Brigade until its activation on 16 August 1950, at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Deploying overseas in November 1952, it supported construction projects in southwestern France until its return to the US on 10 September 1954. Reactivated on 1 May 1967, at Fort Bragg, the brigade deployed to Vietnam where it supported American forces for several years and a dozen campaigns. The brigade was deactivated on 20 September 1971, as American forces withdrew from the country. This souvenir book comprehensively documents the brigade's activities & asssigned personnel during the period of June 1968 to June 1969. A unique item, the first such we've been able to offer chronicling this period of US history.

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        Rauschenberg

      Abrams 1969 - 1st Edition. Inscribed by Rauschenberg. A massive and historic work, designed by the artist, with a particular design where text and images blend together on a black and white background. Many plates by the end of the book are printed in color. Complete of Notes Text, autobiography, and bibliography at the end of the book. A signed work of art by the prominent artist for a fraction of what his signed wall art sells for. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        String Quartet K387, K421, K428, K458, K464, K465, K499, K575, K589, K590, TEN STRING QUARTETS, Bound in 10 Volumes, with Slipcase

      The Robert Owen Lehman Foundation, New York City 1969 - Oblong format, facsimile manuscripts from the originals at the British Museum in London. Printed in the Netherlands by L. Van Leer and Company, printed on laid paper, with cloth covers in various colours, binding and hinges tight. 10-1/2" tall by 13-5/8" wide. NO LABELS, INSCRIPTIONS, NOR MARKINGS. With the Slipcase in Good++ Condition [showing edge/corner wear], with the spine label intact. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nero V

      Roma: Romero, , 1969. Ottimo (Fine). Acquaforte originale. cm 8,7x11,8 (Foglio 36x50). . Ottimo (Fine). Tiratura 40.

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        A Domestic Animal.

      London: Longmans, Green and Co.,, 1969. Octavo. Original orange boards, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Spine slightly rolled, small mark to foot of rear board; an excellent copy in the bright jacket. First edition, first printing, the so-called "suppressed" edition. This edition was withdrawn before publication, rewritten, and reissued in 1970, as a result of a libel case involving the former Labour MP, and King's erstwhile friend, Tom Skeffington-Lodge. With a TLS from the author to Tom Driberg, journalist and MP, sending him the book and flippantly mentioning the libel action threatened by Skeffington-Lodge, who is referred to here as T.C. Radcliffe-Hall. He laments the unpleasantness but admits, "I suppose it was naughty of me." King had put into the book a scene based on Skeffington-Lodge's bid for a peerage. After writing to senior figures in the Labour Party, urging them to intercede on his behalf, Skeffington-Lodge received a one-line reply from Lord Attlee, expressing the hope that he would "get what he deserved"; Skeffington-Lodge took this at face value and read it aloud at a dinner party at which King was present. King then put this verbatim into A Domestic Animal, taking the precaution of disguising his original source as a female character named Dame Winifred Harcourt. Also present is a subsequent signed note from King imploring Driberg and other owners of advance copies to destroy them "without fail or return to me for destruction". The request has an unrelated but entertaining jotting by Driberg on the back.

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        Der Herr der Ringe komplett in allen drei Bänden. Band I: Die Gefährten. Band II: Die zwei Türme. Band III: Die Rückkehr des Königs. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt von Margaret Carroux. Erster [bis] Dritter Band.

      Stuttgart, Hobbit Presse im Ernst Klett Verlag - 1970. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. 1969 - Gr.-8° ( 22,0 x 14,2 cm). Grüne Originalhalblederbände mit marmorierten Papierbezügen und goldgeprägten Rückentiteln im identisch marmorierten Originalpappschuber. Lesebändchen. Eine Kante des Schubers ca. 6cm eingerissen. 491, [1]; 406, [2], 482, [2] Seiten mit drei zweifarbigen Faltkarten. Exemplar der seltenen »Vorzugsausgabe« in Halbleder. In den vorderen Vorsätzen kleinstes ExLibris. Sehr schönes noch sperriges Exemplar. Tolkien hatte nicht unerheblichen Einfluss auf Teile dieser ersten Übersetzung von »Lord of the Rings« ins Deutsche, so dass er 1967, enttäuscht von den Übersetzungen in andere germanische Sprachen, Richtlinien zu den Namen verfasste. Auch bot er persönliche Hilfe bei der Übersetzung an. So erfolgte die Übersetzung durch Margaret Carroux in direkter Zusammenarbeit mit Tolkien. Aufgrund von Tolkiens Tod 1973 erschienen nur diese deutsche sowie die dänische Übersetzung von Ida Nyrop Ludvigsen mit Hilfe Tolkiens. M03700

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        Hippolytos

      Gehenna Press, Northampton, MA 1969 - Folio. (70)pp. From an edition of 200 copies, this is an out-of-series printer's copy inscribed by Leonard Baskin to Arno Werner, who bound the book. One of the major productions of Baskin's Gehenna Press. Illustrated with ten etchings by Baskin, nine of which are signed by him, and one that is inscribed "Werner" in Baskin's hand. Signed plates are not noted in the Brook bibliography. Bound in morocco-backed marbled boards, the suite of etchings is housed in a chemise of marbled boards, and the two laid into a box of morocco-backed marbled boards. Foxing to plates and to the inside of their chemise, folding case shows some light wear to bottom edge. Morocco along the edges of the box's spine is starting, else a fine copy with notable provenance. (Brook 62). [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Art International. The Lugano Review. Edited by James Fitzsimmons.

      Lugano, Art International, 1969-1976. 71 Hefte / 71 Issues. Farb. ill. OHefte. 4°. 1969: Volume XIII/1-10. 1970: Volume XIV/1-10. 1971: Volume XV/1-10. 1972: Volume XVI/1-10. 1973: Volume XVII/1-10. 1974: Volume XVIII/1-10. 1975: Volume XIX/1-10. 1976: Volume XX/1-4. Zusammen 71 Hefte. (Deut./Engl./Franz.). Hefte teilweise lt. gebräunt und lt. berieben. Insgesamt gute Exemplare. Versand D: 2,00 EUR

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        Â‘Hommage a Marc ChagallÂ’ Catalogue de l’Exposition au Grand Palais 1969 - 1970.

      Paris: Réunion des Musées Nationaux,, 1969. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Sq.8vo, 320 pp. Original card covers, rubbed. With a fine signed double-page inscription from Chagall: 'Pour Marthe' dated XII 1969, with a drawings of a woman's head (Marthe?) all in dark blue marker pen.

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