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        Cost and Choice: An Inquiry in Economic Theory

      Chicago: Markham Publishing Company, 1969. 104 p. First edition, first printing. Fine condition hardcover in Very Good dust jacket. Book itself in nice shape: clean pages and sturdy binding. Jacket missing a chip at top of back panel, nick at spine, some rubbing and wear at extremities. This book "holds quite a central place in Buchanan's work" according to Hartmut Kliemt. The author won the Nobel Memorial Prize in 1986.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Lord of the Rings

      Allen & Unwin, 1969 - Folding map Spine just a little dull, otherwise an exceptionally nice copy in slightly marked slipcase

      [Bookseller: Bertram Rota Ltd]
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        Goodbye Baby & Amen. A Saraband for the Sixties

      New York: Coward McCann, Inc.,, 1969. Quarto. Original grey boards, titles to front cover and spine in silver. With the dust jacket. Many photographic illustrations. Spine bumped and a little dusty, dust jacket nicked to corners, small chip to head of spine, two small closed tears to back panel. First US edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Northampton: Gehenna Press, 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 very fine copy of notable provenance.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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      Heavy Industry Publications, Hollywood, CA 1969 - Clean soft coverbook with paper jacket over plain gray cardboard binding. "Crackers" printed in red on front cover of wrapper and on wrapper spine. 115 reproductions of black and white photographs by Ken Price, Joe Goode, Edward Ruscha. Story in photographs based on Mason Williams' story "How to Derive The Maximum Enjoyment From Crackers," characters in photos include Tommy Smothers; Rudi Gernreich; Leon Bing; Larry Bell. Mason Williams text printed on rear inside flap of jacket. Pages and edges are clean; no names, writing or marks; very slight tanning to cardboard covers; no creasing or chipping. Jacket is lightly age-toned, no chips; small closed tear at top spine corner of jacket (under 1/2:). Size of book is approx. 10" x 7". [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Old Scrolls Book Shop]
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        Flashman. The Flashman Papers 1839-1842

      Herbert Jenkins. Fine/Near Fine. 1969. First Edition. Hard Cover. First Edition & First Printing. Not price clipped, no inscriptions. DJ Protected. Totally unfaded dustjacket, page block clean, no foxing. Minimal edgewear, one short closed tear to rear top of dj spine. .

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      Random House (1969), New York - Copy #33 of 600 SIGNED by the author of the book that gained him a wide readership and that was made into a funny film starring Richard Benjamin as the neurotic young man obsessed with sex. Spine gilt dull. Near Fine, lacking the dustwrapper but in a Fine slipcase [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Les physiciens *

      A. & P. Gonin, Lausanne (1969). - En feuilles 39 x 26, couverture rempliée crème gaufrée à froid de formules mathématiques obscures, double emboîtage de soie violine, étui bordé accordé au dos demi parchemin, titré en noir. 12 eaux-fortes et une couverture originales de Hans Erni, tirées par Pietro Sarto à Villette. Livre peu fréquent, ici en parfait état hormis l'inévitable début de (légère) insolation de la fragile recouvrure soyeuse et des coins frottés.En préparation, une expo de gravures de l'artiste à la Pomme de Pin, pour début novembre.

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        The Blues Line: A Collection of Blues Lyrics

      (New York): Grossman Publishers. (1969). First. First edition. Quarto. Fine in an age-toned, very good dustwrapper. Author Ralph Ellison's copy, with his ownership signature. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Sigill. Blätter für Buch und Kunst. Folge 1-6, in 19 Heften (komplett), 1969-1978.

      Otto Rohse Presse,, Hamburg, 1969 - Hamburg, Otto Rohse Presse, 1969-1978. 4°. 30 cm. Unpaginiert. Original-Karton, jede Folge in Original-Schuber. Erste Ausgabe. Spindler 44.35. a-s. Jeweils nummerierte Hefte der Vorzugsausgabe Ausgabe B (ab Folge 2) in 75 bzw. ab Folge 3 in 100 nummerierten Exemplaren (insgesamt 300 bzw. 500). Die lose beiliegenden Grafiken von Otto Rohse fehlen. Folge 1 und 2 am Einband stockfleckig. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. One of 300 (Folge 1), 75 or 100 copies of the limited edition B. The additional graphics by Otto Rohse are missing. Suite 1 and 2 at the cover foxy. Fine copy. Original-Karton, jede Folge in Original-Schuber. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR]
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        The Moonshine War (Signed First Edition, Dedication Copy)

      Doubleday, Garden City 1969 - First Edition. INSCRIBED by Leonard in the year of publication to one of the book's two dedicatees, Buck Beshear: "To Buck Beshear, who told how there are other things to do with corn besides eat it. Elmore Leonard. 6-20-69." Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. Basis for the 1970 film directed by Richard Quine and starring Patrick McGoohan, Richard Widmark and Alan Alda. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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      Heavy Industry Productions, Hollywood, CA 1969 - Near fine first edition book in brown soft wrapper, with very good plus white glassine dust jacket. Previous owner's name and date on front free end-paper. Glassine jacket has light shelf-wear soil, spine is lightly sunned. Head of jacket spine is chipped with 1/8" closed tears on the corners. International shipping available at additional cost depending on location. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: R & G Bliss Books]
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        Darker Than Amber (Original screenplay for the 1970 film)

      National General Pictures, Los Angeles, CA 1969 - Final shooting script for the 1970 film, "Darker than Amber," based on the 1966 novel by John D. MacDonald, featuring his series character Travis McGee. Written for the screen by Ed Waters and starring Rod Taylor and Theodore Bikel. Boldly SIGNED by Rod Taylor on the front wrapper. Notable as the only feature film adaptation of MacDonald's wildly popular Travis McGee series, long unavailable on any kind of viewing format. Professional beach bum and 'knight errant' Travis McGee goes up against psychotic body-builder Terry Bartell. McGee pulls out all the stops when he joins a Carribean cruise to bring the killer to justice. Red studio wrappers, with credits for screenwriter Waters and novelist MacDonald, marked "FINAL" and dated 28 Jan. 1969. 114 pages, all white. Pages and wrapper both in Fine condition. A fresh copy of an extremely scarce MacDonald item. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        Primary Colors of Japanese Art 14: The Paintings of Sotatsu and Korin (Genshoku Nihon no Bijutsu 14: Soutatsu to Kourin]

      Shougakukan [Shogakkan, Shogakukan], Tokyo 1969 - Tokyo: Shogakkan (Shougakukan, Shogakukan), 1969. First Edition, First Printing. Folio, 14 1/4" x 10" , 251 pp. Profusely illustrated with plates and gatefolds. Text in Japanese, with English translation for list of plates. Cloth, pictorial jackey, pictoiral slipcase. Book is in fine condition, jacket in sharp near fine; slipcase shows some soiling and edgewear, is very good. Number 14 in Shogakkan's deluxe and comprehensive - and oversized - 30-volume series, Genshoku Nihon no Bijutsu, treating the primary colors of Japanese art. This volume focuses on the work of Sotatsu and Korin (Soutatsu and Kourin), and includes 172 pages illustrating 138 works of art, followed by a section illustrating the artists' personal seals and signatures, then the standard in-depth text section (in Japanese) with black and white illustrations. Bear in mind that this book reads in traditional Japanese format, starting from what we in the west would call the back of the book, so the text portion, to a westerner, is at the "front". Beautiful, large, rarely accessible in the west in any form; this is a first printing. Lavish format. L49 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Singularity Rare & Fine]
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        Master and Commander

      Philadelphia:: Lippincott,, 1969. . This is the true First Printing, preceding the UK edition by one year. A Very Good plus copy with a previous owner inscription on the flyleaf. The price clipped jacket has a closed edge tear, a closed tear to the fold of the rear flap and chipping to the bottom edge of the spine. There is also some of the usualy rubbing to the rear jacket panel. Overall a very respectable copy of an increasingly difficult book to locate in collector's condition. The first book in the Aubrey/Maturin series that inspired the film starring Russell Crowe..

      [Bookseller: Gregor Rare Books]
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        Apollo 11 Signed Photo by all three taken on their first evening out of quarantine After their Return to Earth

      - Inscribed signed photo by all three Apollo 11 astronauts: Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins. Glossy 10" x 8" black and white photo of the Apollo 11 crew on their first evening out of quarantine after their return to earth posing with three executives of the Rice Hotel on August 12, 1969, signed and inscribed in black felt tip "To Lance-With best wishes-Neil Armstrong," and "Buzz Aldrin," and "M Collins." This photo is accompanied by a letter of provenance from the photo's original recipient, who is also in the photo. In part: "The very first public welcoming took place in Houston, Texas at the famous Rice Hotel.just before they were introduced and welcomed.there was a very small reception one hour prior to the main reception for about 30 persons.I was National Sales Manager.of the Rice Hotel and I arranged to have a photographer be available.and had this picture taken [left-to-right are: Lance Livingston, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Leo Marcott (Food and Beverage Manager of Hotel), Mike Collins and Carl Suhrland (General Manager of Hotels)]. I asked the astronauts if they would sign the picture.Very few persons can imagine how excited, and fortunate, I was to be one of the very first human beings on earth to meet.each of the Astronauts who were the first humans to land on the moon!!!! I am still thrilled after all of these years." In very good condition, with scattered creases to edges, corners, and image, and a slight edge tear to the lower left corner, none affecting signatures. Taken on their first evening out of quarantine after their return to earth, this image captures a historic moment. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Max Rambod Autographs]
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        Geologic Setting of the Lunar Samples Returned with Apollo XI

      NASA 1969 - Soft cover with stapled binding covered with black cloth binding tape over blue, illustrated with b/w photos and drawings, 93 pages. This was a preliminary report intended for internal NASA usage. Cover is worn at tips of corners with creases at lower corners, marginal sun fading, the name "Appleton" written on top margin of front, lightly soiled. Text is clean. Rare. Scans available. USPS confirmation used on all shipments. Additional postage will be necessary for Priority or International addresses. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbums of Ish Kabibble Books]
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        Apollo 11 Mission Commentary 7-20-69 CDT 12:59 [and] Apollo 11 Mission Commentary 7-20-69 CDT 20:34 .

      - [Issued by Mission Control, Houston, 20th, July 1969]. Two sets, each of 27 leaves quarto, stapled, printed on one side. Fine copies in cloth cases. The first printed account of the first men on the moon - the transcripts of the conversations between astronauts and Mission Control through the landing (the first of the two sets of transcripts), and with Armstrong and Aldrin as they prepare for and take their first steps onto the surface. Unassuming but evocative documents, these were prepared in a rush for distribution to the press; legend says that they were ready within minutes, it may be true. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Richard Neylon]
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        The Dance of the Solids

      Scientific American Magazine, New York 1969 - Certainly Updike's scarcest "A" item, this 24 page, 6" x 6" square chapbook (along with a similiar one by W.H. Auden) was sent out by Scientific American Magazine as a holiday greeting in 1969. In mustard wrappers with red lettering, it has illustrations by 6 different illustrators. It was written after Updike read the single topic Sept. 1967 Scientific American devoted to "Materials". The poem was originally published in the Jan. 1969 Scientific American, and later in 1969 in Updike's "Midpoint and Other Poems".Top corner of the front wrapper and the first few pages have a slight corner curl, Else Fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dale Steffey Books]
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      n.d., n.p. - Large framed photograph (22-1/2" x 19") SIGNED by all three Apollo 12 astronauts as well as NASA Administrator Thomas O. Paine. The image (13-1/4" x 10-1/2") depicts the deployment of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package (ALSEP) and has each of the experiments labeled. Conrad became the third human to set foot on the surface of the moon with the words, "That may have been one small step for Neil, but that was one giant leap for Pete." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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      Washington, DC: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1969. Press release No. 69-83K, this is a 250 pages of bound mimeographs stated 'For Release Sunday July 6, 1969' . Copy name in marker is L. Z. Shepard. Name crossed out on mimeograph appears to be N. Manitzos. Please see or request pic or any additional info. Light wear. Bound Looseleaf. Hard Cover. Hard Cover. Very Good/None Issued. 4to - 9¾" - 12" Tall.

      [Bookseller: Mill Pond Shoppe]
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        terra amata [Signed]

      New York: Atheneum, 1969. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/near fine. A Very Near Fine copy of the first American edition, first printing (some spotting to the topstain, minor spot to front free endpaper -- otherwise Fine), in a Very Near Fine dust jacket (light wear to the spine ends, small spot to the rear panel), SIGNED BY J. M. G. LE CLÉZIO on the half-title and there fittingly inscribed by him as follows: "a voyage imaginaire / avec le merci / de JMG le Clezio"; le Clézio's third novel, a tale centered on Chancelade, a man who, from childhood to death, sees his life in minute detail. J. M. G. le Clézio' won the 1963 Prix Renaudot for his novel debut novel "Le Procès-Verbal" (published in English as "The Interrogation"), and the 2008 Nobel Prize in Literature as an "author of new departures, poetic adventure and sensual ecstasy, explorer of a humanity beyond and below the reigning civilization". Of "terra amata, the Wall Street Journal stated (in 2008, after le Clézio had published over 36 books ) "...Mr. Le Clézio's most impressive book may be a brief one he published at age 27, when he was still a combative modernist. "Terra Amata," translated into English in 1967, combines his game-playing as the author with a savage lyricism reminiscent of Thomas Hardy." We have not seen any other signed copies of the book in any language. A Very Near Fine copy, SIGNED BY J. M. G. LE CLEZIO. QUITE SCARCE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        The One in the Middle Is the Green Kangaroo

      Chicago: Reilly & Lee. (1969). First. First edition. Illustrated by Lois Axeman. Some modest foxing to the boards and endpapers, thus near fine in near fine dustwrapper with a short creased tear on the front panel. First book by the acclaimed author of children's books and young adult fiction. Scarce in this condition; most copies that surface are either badly worn or ex-library. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Seneca's Oedipus.

      London, Faber & Faber. 1969. - First edition; 8vo; original cloth boards and dust jacket. Signed and inscribed by Hughes dated 1989 for Nick Gammage on front free endpaper and by Irene Worth, on the title page, who played Jocasta in the first production at the Old Vic in 1968. Worth played opposite John Gielgud and they are pictured on the dust jacket. Nick Gammage is a literary critic and the editor of The Epic Poise: A Celebration of Ted Hughes, a memorial tribute to Hughes published in 1999. Loosely inserted is a signed note from Gammage stating that he has written a conference paper on Hughes and requesting if the author would sign this copy. Fine, with an ownership signature, in a near fine dust jacket which is slightly soiled.

      [Bookseller: York Modern Books PBFA ABA]
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        The Selected Painting and Calligraphy of Pa-Ta-Shan-Jen. Two Volumes.

      Kowloon, Cafa Co., 1969 - 1st edition, 1st printing. Elephant folio, 53*37*4cm, wt:6.1kg. 2 volumes complete, with original carboard boxes. As new. Other elephant-folio sized Chinese painting books by Cafa are also available, including "The selected painting and calligraphy of the eight Eccentrics of Yangchow" (8 volumes), "The Selected painting and calligraphy of Shih-T'ao" (6 volumes), "The selected painting of Shih-ch'i", and "The Selected painting of Chien-chiang". [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        President Nixon Inauguration Tickets

      Philadelphi: Globe Ticket Company. 1969. Three tickets to the inauguration of President Richard M. Nixon and Vice President Spiro Agnew on January 20, 1969. The tickets measure 7.25" x 2.5" and are printed on both sides. There is some light wear to the tickets and a couple spots but they are unused with the stub still attached, overall near fine. Each of the three tickets is different with two printed on stiff white card stock with different color inks used for each; the third ticket is printed on a stiff gold-coated card stock. Each shows a portrait of Nixon and Agnew with various illustrations of America on one side and the event information on the other. One white card stock ticket has a price of $12.00 and a location on the mall, while the other white ticket has no price and is for an "Honored Guest" with seating near the White House. The final gold foil ticket was likely reserved for V.I.P.s with seating on the "Presidential Reviewing Stand"; additional research may well determine who's actual seat this was but our Nixon Presidential Library card has expired and we have not had time to renew it just yet. Nevertheless, an interesting selection of tickets from President Nixon's first term as president. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Kingdom of Dreams with original gouache of "Nathalie"

      Associated American Artists, New York 1969 - A suite of twenty color lithographs on stone and zinc, commissioned by the University of Chicago Press and published by Associated American Artists, New York, was printed at the Atelier of Jacques and Edmond Desjobert, Paris, under supervision of Yann Samson and with the help of Jean-Pierre Remond. This folio is number 3 of only 20 copies printed on Japan paper and boxed in cloth containing a complete set of proofs pulled from the black stones. This copy also contains the original gouache of "Nathalie". ; Lithograph; Folio 13" - 23" tall; Please note this will require additional postage.

      [Bookseller: Virginia Book Shop, Inc., FABA]
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        Honoré Daumier: Complete Lithographs = OEuvre lithographié de Honoré Daumier, 1830-1880

      New York: Collectors Editions and Da Capo Press, 1969. Wittenborn Art Books, distribution. Complete set. 11 in 10 vols. (Le Peintre-graveur illustré, vols. XX-XXIX). Cloth. Text in French. 2500 pp. Illustrated. Reprint of the Paris 1925-1930 edition.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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      Doubleday, Garden City 1969 - Presentation Copy. A fine copy in dustwrapper. Inscribed to his friend & publisher of Phantasia Press: "For Alex / Roger Zelazny". Exceptional Association Copy. Levack 8a. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        [Manuscript]: "Death at the Chase"

      [1969]. First. Typed manuscript bound in red cloth. Folio. Fine. Signed by the author on the title page. Mostly ribbon, and some carbon leaves, many corrections in type, a few in ink or pencil. Accompanied by a Typed Letter Signed and an Autograph Letter Signed from the author (both using his given name, J.I.M. Stewart) responding to an inquiry about purchasing some of his manuscripts, and offering this and another, A Family Affair. One of the TLS is particularly interesting in that it reveals: "There are no Michael Innes manuscripts in any strict sense. I work on a typewriter, revise the single copy thus produced to an extent requiring a certain amount of sisors [sic] and paste, and have a couple of xerox copies made of the result. But it is only of a few of the later novels that anything of this sort is extant. I could send you a paste-up of either DEATH AT THE CHASE or A FAMILY AFFAIR (PICTURE OF GUILT) and suggest that for either of them seventy-five dollars would be a fair price." Accompanied by a canceled check Signed by Stewart for $75. Thus, according to the author, one of very few of his existing manuscripts. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      Oxford University Press.New York.,1969. FIRST U.S. EDITION.Near fine copy in dustwrapper with price $3.75.SIGNED BY HEANEY on the title page,dated 23rd March 1971.Heaney's second book of poems,uncommon with an early signature.:

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Alfred Hrdlicka. Randolectil. Mit einem Werk-Katalog sämtlicher Radierungen von 1947 bis 1968.

      . Wien, Edition Tusch 1969. 25 : 22,5 cm. 101,(3) S. Mit 128 Abb. Orig.-Kart. mit illustr. Orig.-Umschlag in Schuber. - (Österreichische Druckgraphiker der Gegenwart, Bd. 1).. Eines von 200 (220) numerierten Exemplaren der VORZUGSAUSGABE MIT 4 SIGNIERTEN ORIGINALRADIERUNGEN (Schabtechnik auf Aquatintagrund auf Kupfer), davon 2 in zwei Farben (Kat. 197-200). - Vollständiger Oeuvre-Katalog der Radierungen Hrdlickas, der sämtliche von 1947 bis Ende 1968 geschaffenen Blätter erfasst, darunter der grosse Zyklus Randolectil (Kat. 160-180). - Eine Schuberkante ca. 5 cm geplatzt, sonst tadelloses Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer Antiquariat und Galeri]
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        Travels With My Aunt

      London: The Bodley Head,, 1969. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine gilt, top edge stained green and red. With the dust jacket. Housed in a black cloth folding case. Very light marks to covers, faint spotting to front endpapers. An excellent copy in the bright dust jacket spotted to verso with a few marks and tears. First edition, first impression. An exceptional association copy bearing the signed presentation inscription by the author and his girlfriend (the printed dedicatee of this volume, Yvonne Cloetta, a.k.a. his Healthy Happy Kitten) on the title page, "For Frere & Wallace, with love from, Graham - & H. H. K.". Alexander Stuart Frere was one of the most important figures in British publishing in the 20th century. As well as being a major aid and influence on Greene himself, Frere was instrumental in fostering and furthering the careers of numerous major writers including: Anthony Powell, Eric Ambler, Michael Arlen, Nevil Shute, John Steinbeck, Noel Coward, Georgette Heyer and Somerset Maugham. So great was Greene's devotion to Frere that he even switched publishing houses from Heinemann to the Bodley Head, following Frere, between A Burnt Out Case and The Comedians.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        COLECCIÓN PARTICULAR (1955 - 1967.)

      Seix Barral, bARCELONA 1969 - 1ª ed. 11x17. 145pp. 1h. Rústica con sobrecubierta. Sobrecubierta reparada con celo, pero completa. Dedicatoria autógrafa al poeta Luis Malo Macaya; apuntes de este a lápiz en el texto. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros.

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        Narrative of a Survey of the Inter-Tropical and Western Coasts of Australia, Performed between the Years 1818 and 1822 by Captain Philip P. King, with an Appendix, Containing Various Subjects Relating to the Hydrography and Natural History [2 Vols]

      Libraries Board of South Australia, Adelaide 1969 - 1.840 kg (combined weight]; Volume 1: -- XLII, 452 pages, last page blank, preface by author, list of plates, introduction. At the beginning of the text that there is a five page foldout map showing the intertropical and west coasts of Australia. The text is illustrated with numerous black-and-white plates, charts and woodcuts. Red coloured boards with gilt titles to the backstrip. A hint of rubbing to the book corners and dustiness to the book panels. A little offset tanning to the endpapers. Volume 2: -- VIII, 642 pages, four appendices, list of plates. The text is illustrated with black-and-white plates, charts and of wood-cuts. At the rear of the book there is a two page foldout showing a detailed drawing of a Western Australian plant. Red coloured boards with gilt titles to the backstrip. Small amount of rubbing to the book corners and dustiness to the book panels. Offset tanning to the endpapers. These books was first published in London in 1877 and this printing is a direct facsimile from this edition and is one of only 457 sets printed. The explorations of the author, Captain Philip King, during the years 1818 and 1822 around the west coast of Australia and the intertropical areas of northern Australia. Some of the first explorations of this particular part of Australia and there are quite detailed observations on the indigenous Australians, including an appendix of aboriginal language and also of natural history and of the water in the environment. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Illustrator: Illustrated. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: History; Aboriginal -- Australia; Exploration ; Local History -- Western Australia; 19th Century . Inventory No: 0109621. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gugong Cangci. Porcelain of the National Palace Museum: Enamelled Ware of the Ch'ing Dynasty. Book I

      Hong Kong: Cafa Company Limited, 1969 - First edition, first printing. Folio, 39.7*28cm. Fine hardcover. in fine dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Chinese Art Books]
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        Andy Warhol (Stockholm Catalogue)

      Stockholm: Moderna Museet, (1969). Top edge bumped, middle signature in the photographic section slightly protruding, a bright, close to near fine copy in the distinctive silkscreened flower wrappers. Housed in a custom clamshell box.. First Edition. Quarto. Warhol has SIGNED the title page twice, with "76" written next to the second signature. Warhol's famous 'Stockholm Catalogue,' published on the occasion of his first European solo show at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, February - March, 1968. The concept for the catalogue was developed by Kasper König, who commissioned Factory stalwart Billy Name, and a teenage Stephen Store, to photograph how Warhol and his coconspirators lived and worked. But it was König's use of the xerox machine to reproduce Warhol's own work that gives this catalogue its signature feel. By some estimates over 200,000 copies were printed in three editions. (Parr / Badger, v2, 144-145; Open Book 238-239).

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc.]
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        The French Lieutenant's Woman. (SIGNED).

      Jonathan Cape Limited. London 1969 - First edition. DW. SIGNED presentation slip which has been laid down on verso of half title, with added note "Renewed warm wishes in the sun at Belmont, 4 July 1995" Printed eps. from a drawing by Tom Adams. Brown bds. Purple wrapper sl. browned to edges, spine sl. faded and worn. A lovley copy. VG+/VG+. ISBN: 022461654X [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Addyman Books]
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