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        Zander, Heinz. - "Männlicher Akt vor Baumruine".

      - Zeichnung / Federzeichnung, in schwarzer Tusche, über Bleistift, auf gelbem Bütten, 1969. Von Heinz Zander. 36,5 x 28,2 cm (Darstellung) / 42 x 30 cm (Blatt). Rechts unten in schwarzer Feder signiert und datiert: "H. Zander 1969". Links unten eigenhändig bezeichnet: "Engel vorbei, oder Baum? Er wirft den Mantel ab um vielleicht die Kühle des Windes zu spüren." Verso in Bleistift nochmals signiert. Dazu Widmung des Leipziger Galeristen-Ehepaars Gisela und Hans-Peter Schulz an den Drucker Horst Arloth. - Papier im Rand kaum merklich knickspurig. Insgesamt sehr guter Erhaltungszustand. Heinz Zander (*1939 Wolfen, lebt und arbeitet in Leipzig). Deutscher Maler, Grafiker und Schriftsteller. 1959-64 Studium an der Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig u.a. bei Bernhard Heisig. 1967-70 Meisterschüler von Fritz Cremer an der Akademie der Künste in Berlin (Ost). Seit 1970 freischaffend. Namhafter Vertreter der realistisch-manieristischen Strömung der Leipziger Schule. Seine an altmeisterlicher Manier orientierte Malweise lässt Vorbilder wie Hieronymus Bosch, Albrecht Altdorfer, Matthias Grünewald sowie die italienischen Manieristen erkennen. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: GALERIE HIMMEL]
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        The Lord of the Rings.

      London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd, 1969 - Octavo. Original black boards, spine lettered in gilt, design to front board in gilt, silver and green, black and red title page, silver and green marbled endpapers, green speckled edges. With the publisher's black card slipcase. Ownership mark on verso front endpaper. An excellent copy. 2 folding colour maps. First India-paper edition of the three books originally published between 1954 and 1955, and here issued complete in one volume. Hammond & Anderson A5h.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1969 - Approx. 6" x 8.5" VG- hardcover in VG silver dustjacket with green title. Lightly soiled boards faded and worn around perimeter; foxing to edges of text block. Crinkling and abrasion to corresponding areas of age-toned jacket, now protected in clear mylar overlay. Author has SIGNED colloquially (as "Dick") and INSCRIBED this copy ("For Barrett and Evelyn--with admiration, good memories, and best wishes") on ffep, dated 11/14/69. Clean and tight throughout. -Shelve Case 2. Dupont. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Second Story Books, ABAA]
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        Bonheur du jour. Poèmes.

      1969 - Paris, les Impénitents, 1969. In-4 en feuilles, couverture imprimée (emboîtage de l'éditeur). Quelques frottements sur les bords et les coins de l'emboîtage, un petit accroc sur un bord. Edition originale, illustrée d'un frontispice gravé sur cuivre par Salvador Dali, et de 8 eaux-fortes originales en couleurs et 5 gaufrages de Michel Mathonnat. Tirage limité à 165 exemplaires numérotés sur Vélin de Rives. Un des 35 exemplaires hors commerce, notre exemplaire numéroté VIII, comportant comme les 25 premiers exemplaires, une suite des eaux-fortes en premier état sur Vélin de Mandeure (épreuve d'artiste, chaque épreuve signée par Michel Mathonnat), d'une suite en noir des 8 eaux-fortes, et une estampe originale en couleurs tirée sur Vélin et signée par le même artiste. Exemplaire enrichi d'un cuivre ayant servi au gaufrage d?une des illustrations, et de la carte de voeux adressée par la société à ses membres en 1969 et illustrée d'une eau-forte originale en couleurs de Michel Mathonnat. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Girard-Talec]
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        Thoth Tarot Cards. Box set

      New York: Samuel Weiser. Box set of tarot cards. 78 colour cards in pictorial & printed slipcased-box. Aleister Crowley Thoth Tarot set. 'White Box B,' with the Broadway address for Samuel Weiser. Cards designed by Aleister Crowley and painted by Lady Frieda Harris. Contains the Caliph card and 78 tarot cards complete. Often stated to be 1969, Weiser say these are 1973. The errors on the earliest cards have been corrected. . Near Fine. Box.

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        University Art Museum Berkeley.

      Berkeley, Calif.: University Art Museum, 1969.(). Silkscreen print. 77 x 59 cm. One of 200 signed and numbered impressions. Framed in wood and Plexiglas. Reproduced in: Wichmann & Hufnagl, Künstler-plakate, 1991 on p. 254.

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        John and Yoko (1969): Lithograph Proof From Bag One

      London: Curwen Studio, 1969. Lithographic Print. Good. Lithograph proof from Lennon's Bag One, "John and Yoko (1969)". 61 x 86 cm. 24 x 33 3/4 inches. Method: Hand-Pulled Lithography. Medium: BFK Rives. Printers: Curwen Studio, London. Not signed by Lennon, this appears to be a proof from the Bag One Portfolio (p. 6). Yellow, blue, and orange stripe above a yellow downward triangle. BFK Rives watermark along bottom. Minor dust soiling along left hand edge. Small bump on bottom edge.

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

      New York: Maecenas Press - Random House, 1969. Limited Edition. Like New. Signed. Signed by Salvador Dali. Folio. Publisher's leather backed linen clam shell case with perfectly intact leather straps and horn claps. Limited edition, copy #1271 of 2,500, signed by Salvador Dali on the title page, containing twelve color illustrations, each with an original remarque, and a four-colored etched frontis. Fine. Nearly flawless, with clam shell case showing two small stray graphite marks to the leather spine, a tiny stain to the front cover, and a corner of cloth slightly pulled away from the paper-board on the interior tray. Quite an exquisite copy, virtually as new, with leather straps and horn claps in excellent condition. With publisher's mailing box, which is a bit tattered, marked, taped and soiled. The 19th Century surreal fantasy as imagined by the 20th Century's most prominent surrealist.

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        Marc Chagall Drawings and Watercolours for The Ballet.

      New York. Tudor Publishing Company. 1969. Folio original cloth with dust wrapper. With 68 reproductions in full colour. With an original colour lithograph by Chagall created especially for this edition. A near fine copy in original slightly sunned and faded slipcase. First edition. Contains Chagall's original designs for Aleko, The Firebird, and Daphnis and Chloe. Included are both decors and costumes; sketches for dancers, monsters, peasants, magicians; and the magical sets. From the library of Alicia Markova with her "The Dame Alicia Markova Collection" stamp on the front free endpaper. An important association copy. Markova spent much time working and socializing with Chagall and his beloved wife Bella during the entire creative process for Aleko. The trio would shop the Mexixo City's marketplace together, gathering inspiration from the intense local colours as they scooped up vibrantly dyed fabrics and intricate decorative trims. Bella, an excellent seamstress, would then stitch the various materials together under her husband's direction as he experimented with fanciful layering. Markova also contributed, making exotic armlets and necklaces for her costumes from decorative Mexican gold coins. As the firey gypsy temptress Zemphira, Markova had numerous costume changes, one more exotic than the next, and all covered in layered nettings, fabric flourishes and colorful appliqués. Chagall hand-painted each garment while Markova modeled it, so he could achieve the perfect placement for his symbolic design details. Best known as an exquisitely refined and ethereal classical ballerina - the quintessential Giselle - Markova was a revelation to critics and audiences alike as the perfect embodiment of a "priestess of evil," as one critic remarked. Chagall's costumes went a long way in helping Markova create that acclaimed performance, as dance critic Grace Roberts described: "With sunburnt make-up, wild hair, and a vivid red costume, her very appearance was a shock, though a delightful one. Nothing was left of the familiar Markova but the thistledown lightness, and authoritative dancing style, now turned to the uses of demi-caractère." On the bodice of Markova's first costume, Chagall painted a small red heart just below the ballerina's own, with a tree of life beneath it to illustrate the initial hopefulness of passionate love. Ever after, Chagall signed all his correspondences to Markova with his name inside a heart - not as a token of romantic love - but as a reminder of their happy times working together. The pair would reunite in 1945 for the The Firebird ballet with music by Igor Stravinsky, once again with Markova dancing the lead role. In addition to creating a breathtaking costume for Markova with large beak and real bird-of-paradise plumes, Chagall developed a special body make-up for his fine feathered friend. First a dark brown body-wash was applied to Markova's shoulders, arms, and back, followed by patches of grease. Gold-dust was then sprinkled all over her (or thrown at her, as she liked to say) sticking to any oily surfaces. While dancing the role, Markova's body glistened like a bird's feathers in the sun. Though a magical effect, it took hours in a hot tub to soak off, forcing Markova to leave the theatre many an evening still covered in itchy gold dust. But she said it was always worth it, and she and Chagall remained great friends for life.

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        [GERMAINE GREER] Suck: First European Sex Paper. Numbers 1 - 8.

      London and Amsterdam : Joy Publications, 1969-1974. Unbound, folio, illustrated, partly coloured; Number 1 with the original Suck-publishers stamp (change of address), Number 5 with the inserted 4 page comic; some some light staining and spine tears to Number 1, else a near fine set. A publishing landmark of the Sexual Revolution. Suck: First European Sex Paper was founded in 1969 by William Levy, Germaine Greer, Susan Janssen, Lynne Tillman, Heathcote Williams, and Willem de Ridder. The first issue was published in London in 1969, and the remaining seven issues in Amsterdam, between 1972 and 1974. The magazine's content was most definitely not aimed exclusively at a heterosexual readership. Its sexually liberated agenda was to supply, without prejudice, information and uncensored graphic content to readers of all sexual orientations, and its pages include a great deal of content relating to gay and lesbian sex (Number 4 for example, includes an extensive and detailed Gay Guide for Europe), as well discussions of incest and bestiality. '... the English language Suck: First European Sex Paper ... offered erotic stories and images including everything from oral sex to sadomasochism (SM) and bestiality. It had strips, graphic design, close-up shots of female and male genitals, and organised a Wet Dream Festival. [Magazines such as Candy, Chick, Gandalf and Suck] were eagerly embraced by growing parts of the Dutch public while conservative groups protested but were eventually drowned by the erotic flood. These media brought sex into most households.' (Hekma, Gert. A radical break with the puritanical past: the Dutch case. In: Sexual revolutions. London : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, 67-8). Australian feminist Germaine Greer was one of the magazine's founding editors. She later commented: 'Talking about sex was dangerous in those times. I was called at least once a month to the office of the vice squad' (Ravage#1 10-01-2003). Greer continued as an editor and contributor throughout Suck's existence. Her essays included I am a Whore (Number 6) and Lady Love Your Cunt (Number 2), reprinted in The Madwoman's Underclothes. The magazine also published an explicit photographic portrait of Greer displaying a close-up of her genitals (Number 7). Greer, however, having become disillusioned with the male-oriented direction the publication had taken, resigned from the paper after this issue; her resignation letter, in which she argues that Suck had now become both pseudo- and counter-revolutionary, was published in the final issue, Number 8. OCLC locates only one complete set (New York Public Library).

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      Leiris, 1969.(). Portfolio with texte de Michael Leiris. One of 75 sets, signed by artist and author. Lacks the prints except for the 2 color aquatints on the cover. Cramer, 130.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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      Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1969. First Edition. Deluxe Issue, one of four copies specially bound and signed by the author and illustrator, this copy marked "Publisher's Copy." Octavo (26cm); half maroon polished calf and salmon printed paper-covered boards, with title label applied to spine; publisher's original acetate dustjacket; 57,[9]pp; illus. Publisher's original prospectus laid in. Some trivial wear to spine ends, with a hint of foxing to upper board edges and upper edge of textblock; Near Fine in a lightly shelfworn, Near Fine dustjacket. Handsome edition of Ashbery's long autobiographical poem, written between December 1964-March 1965. An early collaborative work with Brooklyn artist Alex Katz. Provenance: From the collection of Black Sparrow Press founder John Martin. Morrow & Cooney 68b.

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        Damnation Alley (+ Author Signed 1st edition 1970 paperback of same story)

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons(1969). This 2-book package includes the 1st edition/1st printing, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1969 hardback in dustjacket + the 1970 1st paperback edition (Berkley Medallion Edition, June, 1970, SBN: 425018466). The paperback has been SIGNED by Roger Zelazny on its title page. Will be up to a future owner whether to keep both books together for the signature, or to cut out the signed title page of the paperback to lay into the hardback. The hardback 1st editon/1st printing book is in Fine condition, bound in red cloth with black spine and front panel printing. It is straight, clean, tight (probably unread) with just a touch of cloth softening from shelving to lower spine end and a couple of 'very' tiny flecks (smaller than a very sharp pencil lead) on the page edges. The Near Fine+ dustjacket is crisp, clean, unfaded and price intact. It has a few tiny edge nicks to flap fold ends and upper spine end. A beautiful copy of a hard to find in decent condition 1st edition sci-fi book. The paperback is straight, clean, tight (for sure unread) with what I think were originally yellow page edges that have faded and toned to be almost light tan like the text block paper - and in very small, almost illegible letters (thin outlines only) 'Jun 22 1970' is stamped on the bottom page edges in light green. Aside from the age toning to the text paper and the almost invisible date-stamping, the paperback is in Near Fine condition - no spine creasing, the cover and pages are good but a bit tanned-looking on the page edges, there's a bit of light toning to spine and back panel of the cover - but the title page is not wrinkled (that was me being careful not to stress the spine when I made the image). This story was made into a movie in 1977. The book version is a hard-hitting post-nuclear apocalyptic story that unfortunately for the movie industry's finances was cut and twisted into an unrecognizable mess - but then Star Wars came out in 1977 also so it might not have mattered anyway.; 8-3/16" x 5-3/4"; 157 pages; Signed by Author, 10, 20, 24, F/NF, LOC: 7795238

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        Vincennes Psychanalyse Leclaire Séminaires 1969 Centre Universitaire Expérimental De Vincennes Département De Psychanalyse (Envoi À Jacques Lacan de Serge Leclaire)

      Vincennes 1969 - Grd in-8, couverture typographique rouge sur fond de palladium, 146 pp. Edition originale sans justification de tirage. ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE de SERGE LECLAIRE à JACQUES LACAN sur la page de garde - - - Copy signed by S Leclaire to J. Lacan on front-page - Savoir et pouvoir. Sur la fonction du père. Sur la fonction de la mère (quelques questions à propos du corps érogène). De l'intervention psychanalytique dans son rapport au corps érogène. Introduction . [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: LA 42EME LIGNE - LIBRAIRIE-GALERIE]
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        Moshe Dayan

      July 18, 1969. Typed Letter Signed <I>"Moshe Dayan"</I>, in Hebrew, 2 pages, 6.5" X 8.25" and 8.25" X 2.5". Addressed to [a] member of the Knesset Avraham Verdiger. The letter reads: <I>"Minister of Defense, The Kirya (Tel-Aviv), 3rd in the month of Av (July 18,1969), PERSONAL, To member of the Knesset Avraham Verdiger - hello, Unfortunately I did not get a chance to answer your question #8414 that was asked on the parliament's meeting. I am attaching the answer from the general command about the orders for burial of citizens who died in Sinai. Regards, Moshe Dayan, Minister of defense."</I>, Copy: Knesset chairman. [page 2] As follows, our suggestions for your answer: A. IDF is responsible for soldiers' casualties; the police are the ones to take care of citizen casualties B. In this case, it is a citizen who was killed in Sinai, which is not the police jurisdiction. The body was transferred by the army to a hospital in Be'er Sheva. The police were informed of the incident; the police were in charge of the paperwork for releasing the body from the hospital. C. Since the incident, we contacted the bodies who were involved and demanded new orders of operation to be set. It shall be that an announcement of a dead citizen to the police in an occupied area will cause for the police to take all responsibility for the case." Fine with punch holes.

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        Christo - America House Wrapped Nr. 181/200

      Fine Art Print Edition / collage (62 x 88 cm) with original fabric as used to wrap the 'America House' in Heidelberg in 1969. The edition is framed in a white wooden frame : 79 x 100 x 3 cm. Numbered 181/200, dated and signed by Christo. In mint condition

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        Giorgio de Chirico. Catalogo delle Opere Grafiche, 1921-1969.

      Milano: Alfonso Ciranna; Roma: Ed. La Medusa, [1969].(). Intro. by Cesare Vivaldi. 216 pp. Small folio. No. 1490 of 1500 numbered copies, with an original lithograph as frontispiece (Autoritratto, C. 148). Near fine in original green cloth with mylar dust cover.

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        La disparition

      First edition, one of the review copies service.Autograph signed by Georges Perec, in black ink, to Charles Dobzynski without any "e": "For Carolus Dobzynski not without a friendly hello" G. Perec ", the" e "of Perec having been written in red.Nice full copy of his jacket. Denoël Paris 1969 11,5x20cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Creatures of Light and Darkness

      Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York 1969 - First Edition, stated. Book Condition: Very Near Fine: A sharp tight copy with a trace of rubbing to spine ends and mild offset tanning to endpapers. / DJ Condition: Very Good Plus: Rubbing to the spine top edge and slight rubbing to spine sides and bottom edge. Minor dust rubbing to the jacket covers and slightly sunned flaps. Original $5.95 price unclipped. Fresh Brodart cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      New York: Kennedy Graphics, 1969.(). Woodcut. Signed in pencil. Annotated AP. 812 x 685 mm. Fern & O'Sullivan, 518.

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        ARCOLOGY: The City in the Image of Man

      MIT Press, 1969. Soft cover. Near Fine. 1969. MIT Press. 24" by 14" . Spiral Bound. AN EXCEEDINGLY SCARCE TO RARE copy of the FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING, in the PUBLISHER'S ORIGINAL BOX, and having an EXCELLENT PROVENANCE, being the copy of IRVING LOUIS HOROWITZ, the Editor-in Chief of Trans-Action. The original Publisher's mailing box remains in Very Good or better condition with, of course, evidence of use. The work's original flexible binding is in Fine condition with a small push at the rear side's top edge near the spine, and the pages show only mild age toning. An Italian Architect who emigrated to America, Paolo Soleri was a lecturer at Arizona State University's College of Architecture and winner of a 2006 National Design Award. He also won an American Institute of Architects Gold Medal for Craftmanship (1963) and a Leone d'oro at the Venice Biennale of Architecture (2000). Soleri spent some 18 months in at Taliesen West in Scottsdale as a student under the American Architectural giant Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright's influence can be seen in Scoleri's designs. However, while Wright worked on a predominantly horizontal plane with communities could occupy large amounts of space, Soleri, coming from Europe where living conditions were much more compact, he envisioned cities on a vertical plane with multi-use buildings and easy walking access to stores, offices, and the like by foot rather than by car as in the more wide-open United States, in consequence of which he developed a strong and visionary focus on urban planning, and a concept he called "Arcology", a harmonious marriage of architecture and ecology, a marriage which could be achieved by building a city in a compact, three-dimensional style which was neither strictly horizontal nor strictly vertical and which had a minimal impact on the environment. Please see our feedback! More images upon request.

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        Blick vom Westen auf Ostberlin mit dem noch nicht fertiggestellten Fernsehturm am Alexanderplatz, Gendarmenmarkt und Rotem Rathaus. Aquarell mit *Kohlhoff (19)67 * signiert und datiert.

      Blattmaß ca. 44,5 x 59 cm ( Höhe x Breite ). Auf Büttenpapier. Gezeigt wird der Blick aus der Höhe ( Springer-Hochhaus ? ) auf den Osten der Stadt mit zahlreichen Wohngebäuden und leeren Straßenzügen, linkerhand der Gendarmenmarkt mit dem Deutschen und Französischen Dom, weiter rechts die Hedwigskathedrale. Rechterhand der Dom, das Rote Rathaus, davor am Alexanderplatz der Riesen-Betonstumpf des noch nicht fertiggestellten Fernsehturms in Ostberlin ( der ja erst 1969 fertig wurde ). Das Blatt rechts unten mit *Kohlhoff (19)67 * signiert und datiert. Das Blatt gering fleckig, an den Außenrändern mit kleinen Randläsionen. Insgesamt aber guter Zustand. Walter Kohlhoff ( *1906Berlin 1981 ebenda ). W. Kohlhoff war über 20 Jahre lang Vorstandsmitglied des Vereins Berliner Künstler. Maler urbaner Landschaften Berlins und seiner Umgebung. Kohlhoff zeigt seine Stadtbilder menschenleer und verleiht ihnen somit teils einen denkmalhaften Charakter. In seinen Arbeiten wendet er sich vor allem den ruhigen Orten der Großstadt wie auch Hinterhöfen, Großstadtdächern und abgelegenen Arealen wie Seitenstrassen, Kleingärten, Bahngleisen, Fabrikanlagen etc.. Er malte im Rahmen einer späten Neusachlichkeit. ( Artikelnummer 15442 )

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      EUROGRAPHIK, 1969. INTERLINGUE 0,06 In italiano, inglese, francese, tedesco e spagnolo, brossura editoriale morbida, illustrata, con sottile fioritura ed usura da scaffalatura, pagine illustrate con particolari a colori della Chiesa e con lieve fioritura USATO

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        Alla scoperta del Tassili

      MILANO: Il saggiatore di Alberto Mondadori Editore, 1969. Rilegato. OTTIMO. 15,5 21. Uomo e mito USATO

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        Diari di guerra delle SS

      MILANO: ARNOLDO MONDADORI EDITORE, 1969. IED. Brossurato. BUONO. 11 18,5. Oscar Mondadori USATO

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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.

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        \'Ganze Tage in den Bäumen\' von Marguerite Duras. Regie: Friedrich Schütter. Schwarz-weiß Fotografie (Szenenfoto als \'Mutter\') lose auf Karton befestigt.

      Hamburg, Junge Theater, 25.9.1969. Leichte Läsuren an den Ecken des Bildes und wellig an einer Seite. Maße: ca 28 x 22 cm (HxB). Von Clausen auf dem Karton mit Bleistift signiert. Auf der Rückseite mit dem Stempel der Fotografin. Eine der gewohnt brillianten Aufnahmen von Clausen, mit beeindruckender Tiefe. Rosemarie Clausen war die berühmteste Theaterfotografin nach dem 2. Weltkrieg in Deutschland. Hervorstechend sind sicherlich ihre Arbeiten mit Gustaf Gründgens, Wolfgang Borchert. Famous german photographer, spezialised for theatre. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Fotografie, Photo, Theater, Theatre, signiert, signed

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      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1969. First Edition, First Printing. 8vo, VG/VG; DJ: red and orange pictorial spine and front cover, with bright white lettering; mild shelfwear to edges and corners of DJ; price uncut $4.95 to top right-hand corner of front flap; DJ protected by mylar; brown cloth boards; black lettering to spine and front board; bumping and mild chipping to head and tail of spine; mild shelfwear to text-block; interior clean; published 1969, stated on copyright page (no indication of a second printing, thus presumed first in accordance with Putnam's 1928 statement on identifying first editions); SIGNED by Herbert to title page; LP consignment; shelved Case 12, Dupont. Full-priced Rockville.

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      EUROGRAPHIK, TRENTO 1969 - INTERLINGUE In italiano, inglese, francese, tedesco e spagnolo, brossura editoriale morbida, illustrata, con sottile fioritura ed usura da scaffalatura, pagine illustrate con particolari a colori della Chiesa e con lieve fioritura La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

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        The Godfather (SIGNED Plus SIGNED MOVIE TIE-INS)

      Putnam, New York 1969 - 1st Edition/Stated Nineteenth Impression on copyright page. $6.95 price present on flap and '6903' date code on bottom corner; mylar protected. DJ design by Neil Fujita Studios. Cream cloth boards with black cloth spine and gold lettering of a cheaply made book. light foxing to page edges. SIGNED by MARIO PUZO on a B&W photo attached to front end page (signature only). DJ rubbed with some edge wear at spine ends. 446 pages. Also includes several signed items tied to the Godfather movies. Laid-in is a Zoetrope card SIGNED by FRANCIS FORD CAPPOLA (Director of all three films). Attached to half-title page is a card SIGNED and inscribed by AL PACINO (played 'Michael Corleone'). Attached to third page is a bookplate SIGNED and inscribed by G.D. SPRADLIN (played 'Senator Geary'). Also attached to half-title is a card SIGNED by ABE VIGODA (played 'Sal Tessio'--also laid-in is original Philadelphia Inquirer obituary for Vigota). Laid-in is a 8"x10" color photo SIGNED and inscribed by JAMES CAAN (played 'Sonny Corleone'). Laid-in is a B&W photo SIGNED and inscribed by ELI WALLACH (played 'Don Altobello'). Laid-in is a card SIGNED by DANNY AIELLO (played 'Tony Rosato'). Laid-in is a card SIGNED by PETER DONAT (played 'Mr. Questadt'--Hyman Roth's attorney). Laid-in is a color photo SIGNED by TONY LIP (played a wedding guest). Unique signed copy for the Puzo--Godfather fan or collector, Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Montemarano]
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        The Master Craftsman. An Account of the Work of T. J. Cobden-Sanderson [and] Cobden-Sanderson's Partnership with Emery Walker.

      Harper Woods, Michigan:: The Adagio Press. 1969., 1969. Folio [15 ½ x 10 ¼ inches]. 50, (4) pp. Printed in black, red & blue. Tipped in are 2 leaves from the Doves Press (one from Goethe's Faust [1906] and one from the Doves Press Bible "The Translators to the Reader" [1902]). Original vellum backed gilt-stamped marbled boards. Bookplate of Jacob L. Chernofsky. Fine. [Accompanied by:] Cobden- Sanderson, Stella and others. A LETTER FROM STELLA. An Epilogue to the Publication of C-S The Master Craftsman. Harper Woods, MI: The Adagio Press. 1971. 8vo. [20] pp. Title & colophon printed in green & black. Pamphlet. This is copy #XLVI (limitation not stated). Printed brown wrappers, stabbed & tied at inner margin. Fine. LIMITED EDITION of 242 copies, this being copy number XLVI, signed on the limitation leaf by the printer Leonard F. Bahr [1/75 special copies]. This is the most desirable book from this press - wanted for the fine printing design and tastefully selected materials that honor tradition, but mostly the 2 original leaves that come from the master-printer T.J. Cobden-Sanderson, to whom this publication pays homage. The edition consisted of three different issues, each differently valued leaves - the better issue with vellum leave(s). The printer also differentiated the issues by lettering & numbering with the dual leaves contained in each copy: Twelve copies lettered A-L contained 2 leaves on vellum; 75 copies [I-LXXV], 1 leaf on vellum, and the remainder are 155 copies with original leaves each printed on paper. This is the 1/75 issue. As stated by Tony Bliss, Norman Strouse's great "fascination with T. J. Cobden-Sanderson as both printer and binder led him to collect all of the Doves imprints, to expand into the collecting of the work of the Doves Bindery, the personal bindings of Cobden-Sanderson, the bindings of Cobden-Sanderson's pupils, and the work of binders influenced by the master. To bolster this collection and make it a truly great resource for research, he acquired manuscripts and correspondence of Cobden-Sanderson. Norman used this collection in the writing of two works: C-S the Master Craftsman, (Adagio Press, 1969) and A Letter from Stella, (Adagio Press, 1971)." - Bancroftiana, no. 106, August 1993, p.2. [not titled, but leading, "I am always mindful..." PROVENANCE: Jake Chernofsky was the owner-editor and owner of the former AB Bookman's Weekly (1948/53-1999), Nicholas Basbanes, calling it "the leading trade publication in the antiquarian world." With: Broadsheet laid-in, "Emery Walker and T. J. Cobden-Sanderson in the courtyard of The Doves Press circa 1904." Copy of a photograph taken by Dr. Charles T. Silve. With: added printed gift-card, issued from The Adagio Press. Chalmers, Check List of Leaf Books, 154.

      [Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books]
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        Giorgio de Chirico: Catalogo delle Opere Grafiche, 1921-1969 = Catalogue of the Complete Graphic Works, 1921-1969.

      Milano: Alfonso Ciranna; Roma: Ed. La Medusa, [1969].(). Intro. by Cesare Vivaldi. Deluxe edition. Small folio. Near fine in original green cloth, in a very good slipcase (small cracks along edges). 216 pp. No. 100 of 1500 copies; with an original lithograph frontispiece (Autoritratto, C. 148) and one of 100 with the signed and numbered loose etching Cavallo e Travatore, C. 171).

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        The Outsider; Number One-4/5

      New Orleans: Loujon Press, 1969. All published. Few minor nicks; last issue with a bit of sun-darkening toward edges and without uncommon dust jacket.. 5 vols. in 4; 8vos, 101, 112, 138, [198]pp; original wrappers. The complete run of this unique and important magazine, best known for publishing the early work of Charles Bukowski. Each issue was hand set and printed by letterpress and reflected publishers Jon and Louise "Gypsy Lou" Webb's distinctive sense of quirkiness in design, using multiple stocks and colors of paper, as well as a variety of fonts and type-sizes. In addition to Bukowski, "The Outsider" also published a who's who of Beats and key figures of early '60s literature and poetry, including: Russell Edson, Gregory Corso, Gary Snyder, Allen Ginsberg, Lawrecne Ferlinghetti, Robert Creeley, William S. Burroughs, Diane Di Prima, Michael McClure, Jack Kerouac, and many many others. The final issue incorporates "Homage to Kenneth Patchen" featuring tributes from numerous poets and acolytes.

      [Bookseller: Locus Solus Rare Books]
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        Studio International. Incorporating The Studio. Journal of Modern Art. Vol. 177 / no. 911. May.

      Cory, Adams & Mackay Ltd., London 1969 - xxii, 205-252pp. Ex-library. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Yushodo Co., Ltd.]
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        Le livre de la jungle universitaire, "Aie confiance participe".

      Marseille, Comités Action UNEF, janvier 1969. - 87 x 65 cm. Impression en sérigraphie, noir sur fond crème. Lacune sans atteinte au texte, affiche entoilée. Mise en garde des étudiants à l'occasion des élections universitaires instaurées par la loi Faure d'octobre 1968. L'UNEF dénonce la mesure en caricaturant le ministre sous la forme du serpent hypnotiseur du Livre de la Jungle de Kipling, popularisé par le film de Disney porté à l'écran en 1967. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: SOLSTICES RARE BOOKS]
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        Lithographs of Chagall. III. Vol 3. 1962-1968.

      Boston, Mass.: Boston Book and Art, 1969.(). With original lithograph dust jacket and frontispiece. Mourlot 577-578. 180 pp.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        The Best Man to Die.

      London: John Lang, 1969. First edition of the fourth Inspector Wexford novel. Octavo, original cloth. Signed by Ruth Rendell on the title page. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with light wear. Jacket design by William Randell. Edgar Award-winning author Ruth Rendell wrote more than seventy books and sold more than twenty million copies worldwide. A fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, she was the recipient of the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Crime Writers' Association. Rendell's award-winning novels include A Demon in My View (1976), A Dark-Adapted Eye (1987), and King Solomon's Carpet (1991). Her popular crime stories featuring Chief Inspector Reginald Wexford were adapted into a long-running British television series (1987-2000) starring George Baker.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books]
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        Blick auf die Elbe ( möglicherweise Schulau: Höhe Willkomm Höft ). Farbiges Aquarell und Kohlestift auf Büttenpapier, rechts unten in Bleistift mit *Iwo Hauptmann, 1969 * signiert und datiert.

      Hamburg 1969 - Bildmaß der Darstellung: 32,5 x 41,65 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), Blattmaß: 39 x 46 cm. Gezeigt wird der Blick von einer Anhöhe ( rechterhand Baumbestand ) hinunter auf die Elbe mit Segelbooten. Am Ufer offenbar ein größeres Gebäude und möglicherweise die Schiffsbegrüßungsanlage Willkomm Höft oder ein Signalfeuer. Das schöne und gut erhaltene Blatt unter Klarsichtfolie gelegt und am Oberrand leicht unter Passepartout montiert. >>> Ivo Hauptmann: Er war Mitbegründer der KünstlergruppenFreie Secession( Berlin 1914 )undHamburgische Sezession( 1919 ). - Literatur u.a: Der Neue Rump: Hamburgisches Künstlerlexikon, Seite 181f <<< ( Bitte beachten: Bei Auslandsversand können hier erhöhte Portokosten Sperrgut anfallen )

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        Titus Andronicus [William Shakespeare]. 12 signed etchings (suite only).

      Northampton: Gehenna Press, 1969. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts.(). Deluxe limited edition portfolio. Single suite of prints without text. Leonard Baskin, illustrator. Each etching is signed and numbered in pencil. 112 pp. Illustrated. 12 etchings printed in black on on BFK Rives paper in a cloth portfolio. Fern & O'Sullivan, 586-97.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Slaughterhouse-Five Or The Children's Crusade A Duty Dance With Death

      New York: Delacorte Press(1969). Stated First Printing in 1st issue dustjacket. SIGNED by author on laid-in bookplate. Fine clean, straight, tight (unread) book with no previous owner handwriting or markings, no soiling, fading or tanning to binding cloth, text or page edges, bright gold and red gilt and black lettering on the turquoise binding, with just a touch of softening to cloth at spine ends but the cloth isn't limp. The Near Fine+ dustjacket is price intact ($5.95) with the called-for # of 0369 on the rear flap. It is crisp and clean, has no tears or chips, has a few faint, very narrow and unobtrusive areas of surface rubbing to paper at spine ends and on the rear panel near the folds, a bit of the usual light even tanning of the background to a creamy ivory (much less tanning than normal) with the spine and a narrow band upper front edge and back panel near the spine just a bit more tanned. Author's photo on the back panel is undamaged. No fading of the red, black and blue portions of the dustjacket. Vonnegut's best known work, and a story of the Allied fire bombing of Dresden and the adventures of Billy Pilgrim. Among the small handful of best known and loved books of the 20th century. Made into a movie in 1972. ; 8-1/2" x 5-3/4"; 186 pages; Signed by Author, 10, 20, F/NF, LOC: 6911929

      [Bookseller: Authors & Artists]
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