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        La compagnie des eaux

      First edition, one of 35 numbered copies on Holland paper, head print. Two ex-libris glued on a guard. Very nice copy. Gallimard Paris 1969 14x21cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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      MILANO: RIZZOLI EDITORE, 1969. XIVED. Rilegato. OTTIMO. 12,5 19. USATO

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      IN AEDIBUS LIVIANIS, PADOVA 1969 - SCRIPTORUM ROMANORUM QUAE EXTANT OMNIA LATINO 4 volumi, n.126-127 128-129 130-131 132-133 della collana, con brossure editoriali morbide, ingiallite, con sottile fioritura e lievi segni di usura da scaffalatura, pagine ingiallite attorno ai testi e con lievissima fioritura, fioritura anche ai tagli

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Dodici xilografie originali incise dal 1928 al 1940. Presentate da Waldemar George.

      De Tullio Editore, 1969. In folio; fascicolo con 12 pp. sciolte con il testo in francese del Waldemar ed elenco delle xilografie; seguono sciolte, in appositi passepartout protettivi, le incisioni numerate e firmate a matita dall'artista. Le dodoci xilo sono: Caffé (1928); Periferia (1929); Paesaggio archeologico (1929); Figure tra le rovine (1929); Conversazione (1929); Autoritratto (1930); L'amico nella stanza (1930); Bagnante (1939); Lavandaia (1939); Ponte rotto (1940); San Bonaventura (1940); La madre (1940). Edizione tirata a braccia sul torchio Jon & Jer Barret - London del 1842, i legni sono impressi su carta a tino di Pescia con timbretto a secco della stamperia, tiratura limitata a 40 esemplari numerati oltre a X esemplari in prova d'Artista. Il tutto custodito in cartella rigida con fac-simile di firma al piatto anteriore. Non comune.(vedi riproduzione)

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Prandi s.n.c.]
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        SUNDAY WORK?

      (Vancouver): (Blewointment Press at the Intermedia Press), (1969). First Edition. Wraps. Good +. 4to. Tape-bound wraps. Good plus to very good. Bottom corner of front cover torn, and reattached with clear tape. Mild exterior touches of soil, otherwise near fine throughout. Unpaginated. Lovely, varied work of concrete poetry and visual art comprising pages of various sizes, colors, and printing methods (mimeo, silkscreen) bound in, including a two-page original glued collage and handwritten poem by Bissett. From an edition of 500 copies. Scarce.

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        Graphic Art of Rolf Nesch [Jun 01, 1969] Detroit Institute of Arts

      Wayne State Univ Pr 1969 - One of 3,000 softcover copies; this has 2 original ink and colored pencil drawings and an inscription by Nesch inside front cover and on front page. Moderate edgewear and scuffing to cover; some puckering to the cover's laminate; tanned pages; moderate reading wear. Signature will be required for delivery. Ships with tracking the same or next business day from New Haven, CT. We fully guarantee to ship the exact same item as listed and work hard to maintain our excellent customer service.Please email us for more info. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Book Trader Cafe, LLC]
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        Manifesto 68 X 99 cm. dell'Esposizione Oggetto dal 14 al 30 Maggio 1969 Alfano Barisano Ceroli Fioroni Gilardi Hacker Marotta Mauri Rohrberg Scheggi Schoffer

      Trattasi probabilmente della prima mostra alla Galleria Oggetto Studio di arti visive aperta da Massimo de Simone a Caserta nel 1969 e diretta da Lucio Amelio e Enzo Cannaviello Exhibition Poster

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        Il Disadattamento Scolastico nella Scuola Media (Problemi dei Minorati, Classi di Aggiornamento e Classi Differenziali)

      BRESCIA: Editrice La Scuola, 1969. IIED. Brossura. BUONO. 13,5 21. Guide Didattiche per la Nuova Scuola Media USATO

      [Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBab]
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        Une chapelle de Sésostris Ier à Karnak. Tome II: Planches

      SAE, Le Caire 1969 - Extremely rare. Publications du Service des Antiquités de l'Egypte et de l'IFAO. SAE, Le Caire, 1969. First edition. Folio. Loose plates in a portfolio with printed paper covers, tan cloth backstrips and cloth ties at the edges. Very slight stains on folio's front cover, inside all plates are in fine condition. The set is complete, its plates are numbered as follows: 1-6 and 8-42 for the architecture and reliefs of the chapelle (plate 7 was never published), I-XXXVII for the epigraphy. The White Chapel of Sesostris I is a unique monument which contains some of the finest limestone reliefs and hieroglyphs ever carved. It is particularly important for its list of nomes and for the precision of its hieroglyphs, which has enabled the identification of many individual signs. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meretseger Books]
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        The Lord of the Rings Being: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King

      London: George Allen and Unwin, 1969.. [Epic Fantasy]. THE FIRST INDIA PAPER EDITION IN DELUXE BINDING of black buckram cloth with gilt design to upper, spine gilt-lettered and ruled in compartments, marbled endpapers, all edges speckled. A fine copy (with light crease to preliminary leaves) in the publisher's black slip-case, a little rubbed and marked to extremities. A fantastical trilogy, "The Lord of the Rings" is one of the greatest books of the twentieth century, containing amazing details of a new mythology, never really surpassed. Basis for the epic film series directed by Peter Jackson, 'The Return' [2003] winning a record 11 Oscars from 11 nominations.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Jewish Christianity: Factional Disputes in the Early Church

      Fortress Press, 1969, Hardcover, Book Condition: Near Fine Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine, First Edition. This is the first American edition. 163 pages. Boards are square, flat and clean. Tight binding. Dust jacket shows slight browning around edges. Has been placed in removable protective cover. Previous owner's signature in ink on title page. Text body is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Religion & Theology; More pictures upon request. Inventory No: 54485.

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        Due lettere dattiloscritte firmate, di una pagina in-8 ciascuna, entrambe al 'Sig. Man', cio Felix H. Man, che in entrambe le occasioni attende in visita: la prima dat. Velate-Varese 12/6/1969, la seconda Roma, 8/2/70. Una completa di busta con indirizzo dattiloscritto.


      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Lim Antiqua s.a.s.]
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        Isabel viendo llover en Macondo

      Buenos Aires: Editorial Estuario, 1969 Early reprint. Warmly inscribed by García Márquez to his nephew, Gustavo, on the first free leaf: "Para Gustavito, / digno hijo de su / padre, que es hijo / del mío, con el / cariño de su tío, / GABO / [rule] / 1971." ["For Gustavito, deserving son of your father, who is the son of my own, with the affection of your uncle, GABO 1971"]. Publisher's bright yellow paper wrappers, lettered in green and blue and with green illustration of an umbrella to front wrapper. A good copy, variously worn with creasing and light soiling to wrappers, some offsetting to first free leaf, light evidence of water damage to text block edge, text block starting at front hinge but with all text intact and relatively clean. A well-used copy, charming with the author's inscription, from the library of the author's close friend's daughter.First published in the magazine Mito in 1955 as Monologo de Isabel viendo llover en Macondo [Monologue of Isabel Watching it Rain in Macondo}, this short monologue is one of the first appearances of the town of Macondo after La hojarasca. It deals with many of García Márquez's major themes, including death, solitude, and magical realism, and is told from the point of view of a young woman as her town is inundated with torrential rain, resulting in corpses from a flooded morgue floating down the street. This particular edition contains an essay on the author and the themes of his work by literary critic Ernesto Volkening.. Inscribed by Author. Soft Cover. Very Good.

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        [A series of 6 anamorphic prints]. [Holland, ca. 1750]. Oblong 4to (23.5 x 29.5 cm). A series of 6 engraved anamorphic prints, mounted on wooden panels and coloured by a contemporary hand. With a modern cylindrical mirror for viewing them.

      Cf. Baltrušaitis, Anamorphoses ou magie artificielle des effets merveilleux (1969); Buijnsters, Papertoys, pp. 31-32 and 371 (2 Dutch series, ca. 1720 and 2nd half of 18th century); Leeman, Anamorfosen (1975). A rare series of 6 engraved anamorphic prints, mounted on wooden panels and coloured by a contemporary hand. They are designed to be viewed in a cylindrical mirror, and each has a half circle in the plate to indicate where to stand the mirror. They contain no text, series numbers or makers' names. In the 18th century anamorphic prints became very popular and several series were available, including sets published by Elias Baeck, Hertel, Musschenbroek and Pieter Schenk, all very different from the present set.The set includes: a bust of a bald man; a man in a black three-corner hat, holding a book in his hands; a peacock; a long-horned and long-haired goat, sitting; a greyhound; and a boy or young man in a broad-brimmed hat, playing a recorder.Other sets with the same prints but different colouring are located in the collections of the Getty Library (2002.R.27; 7 prints) and the Dutch Museum Boerhaave (P02554-P02558; 5 prints). At least 2 of the 6 prints reappeared in the 19th century as part of a print series lithographed by A. Bökel.In 3 of the prints, part of a watermark can be made out: a Strasbourg coat of arms and the name of Jean Villedary in Angoulême who supplied much paper used in Holland and England. The closest matches are Heawood 1829 (Holland 1743) and 1835A (England? 1762), and Churchill 411 (London 1766). The goat with a small scuff mark in the background and the man with the book somewhat rubbed generally, but overall in very good condition, with only minor scratches not interfering with the image. Given the nature of the material, the condition is remarkably good.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV]
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        The House on the Strand SIGNED 1st

      Gollancz 1969 - First edition Gollancz 1969. Original cloth fading to top 1 cm of spine; ownership name crossed through on end blank, a few odd light spots to page edges. Very Good unclipped dust jacket rubbed to extremities inscribed to title: "To Sandra Clarke with best wishes from Daphne du Maurier, 1989" Good copy of scarce signed Du Maurier. Not clipped, In protective cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Finecopy ABA]
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      np: np, (1969). Third edition. Wraps. Near fine. 8vo. Publisher's wraps in original glassine. SIGNED by Ruscha at inside front cover. Mild toning and chipping to glassine with price sticker at front flap and some creasing to flaps. Distributor sticker at final page. Trivial touches of wear to wraps at edges. Interior bright and clean. Near fine. Third edition of the first of Ruscha's sixteen books and an iconic early artist's book. Inspired by the look and feel of the books he encountered at the bouquiniste stands on the Left Bank during a 1961 trip to Paris, as well as his own work as a typesetter and printers devil, Ruscha self-published TWENTYSIX GAS STATIONS with an aesthetic reminiscent of iconic Editions Gallimard paperbacks. Conceiving first of the title, Ruscha took photographs to fill the requisite number on a road trip from Los Angeles to visit his mother in his hometown of Oklahoma City. The photographs, labeled with the station name and location, together form a dotted line between LA and Oklahoma, creating out of these stoically framed images of banal locations a deep emotional resonance. [Phillpot, CATALOGUE RAISONNE, 60].

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller ]
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        Dissémination I & II [in Critique Magazine]

      Paris: Critique, 1969. First Edition. Wrappers. Very good. 1st edition. Scarce 1st appearance of Derrida's semiotic critique of "deconstrutionism." 2 volumes in Critique magazine (261 and 262) from Feburary and March 1969. Original printed wrappers with some wear and minor stains to the March issue, else both very good. The essay later appeared in a book of the same name (1972).

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        Horst Janssen: Ballhaus Jahnke. Radierungen.

      (Ffm.), Insel, (1969). . Mit einer farbigen ORIGINAL-BLEISTIFTZEICHNUNG und hs. Widmung von Janssen auf dem fliegend. Vorsatz (ca. 29 x 20cm). - Druck nach den Radierungen aus der Sammlung des Hamburger Kunstwissenschaftlers Carl Vogel. Mit der "Hamburger Rede" des Hrsg., Kommentaren u. Anmerkungen zu den Radierungen sowie Zeittafel zu Leben u. Werk des Künstlers. - Sehr gut erhalten

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Pabel]
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        The Lord of Rings 3 in 1, Deluxe edition, Indian Paper Slipcase Edition. The Fellowship of the Ring, Two Towers, Return of the King

      George Allen and Unwin, London 1969 - One of the benefits of being a specialist dealer in Tolkien for nearly 20 years, you have first-hand experience which books are most collectible, thus truly scarce and valuable. An integral part of collectability is condition, which is not about comparison to new, but what is likely to come on the market again or not on a particular edition. So many books go into collections and never come out as they are now being handed down to children. If you are thinking of buying an affordible investment grade gift for a Lord of the Rings fan this Christmas, this is the one! This is one of those truly rare edition books and in lovely, above average condition. The 1969 first 3 in 1 deluxe edition. Contrary to conventional thinking, Tolkien’s masterpiece did not immediately take off as far as sales until the first US paperback editions in 1965. By 1968 it had sold more than 3 million copies in the USA, stratosphere level compared with hardback sales to date. Sales in his home country would take some time to catch up. In 1968 A&U introduced the first 3 in 1 edition as American paperback, see our other listing and by 1969 Tolkien was nearly a household name amongst fantasy fans. The first deluxe printing was produced. Subsequent deluxe printings continued, but this edition was one of the first to be purchased as a collectible. This is an unread copy, slight fading to the faux leather spine, but otherwise VG+ condition. (As the spine is exposed in the slipcase, they are subject to fading and the most common flaw). Slipcase is naturally worse for wear having taken the brunt of the handling wear, solid but with scuffing and scrapes all around. Books with damage are therefore not very collectible. We get one of those in this condition only once a year if we are lucky. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Drafts & Fragments of Cantos CX-CXVII

      New York: Printed at the Stone Wall Press in Iowa for New Directions, 1969. Signed Limited First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Folio. First edition. Copy number 158 of 310 copies, signed by Ezra Pound. Near Fine, with light touches of wear to cloth, light bump to bottom of spine and inner corner of pages, with errata slip laid in. In a Very Good grey paper-covered slip case with title label on front, with light and uneven fading, and some wear at the extremities and a horizontal crease to the spine. A great copy.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA ]
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      Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1969. First Edition. Deluxe Issue, one of 50 numbered copies specially bound, signed by the author, each with original artwork tipped in, this being copy no.44. Octavo (24.5cm); printed paper and patterned velveteen cloth backstrip, with title label applied to spine; publisher's original acetate dustjacket; 153,[7]pp. Fine in a lightly-rubbed, Near Fine dustjacket, with a few tiny tears and a small nick at crown. An especially desirable issue of this early collection; the deluxe issue has shown up at auction 4 times in the last 34 years, and is noted as one of Al Fogel's "Top 20 Bukowski Rarities." Krumhansl 32c.

      [Bookseller: Captain Ahab's Rare Books]
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        Jane Eyre (Everyman Paperbacks)

      Littlehampton Book Services, 1969. Paperback. Used; Acceptable. Paperback; English language; a fair reading copy. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent airmail.

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        Photograph of Buzz Aldrin standing on the moon with the American flag and the lunar module, signed by all three crew members: Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins

      NASA 1969 - Color photograph (11 x 14 in.), original printed mount. Signatures lightly faded, some age-toning to mat, the photograph in fine condition. A CLASSIC SPACE PHOTOGRAPH, signed by the crew of Apollo 11, the first manned mission to the Moon: Neil Armstrong (commander), Buzz Aldrin (lunar module pilot), and Michael Collins (command module pilot). This photograph was prepared for presentation to the governor of each of the fifty states in conjunction with the tour of the Apollo 11 spacecraft and a lunar rock sample to be displayed in the state capital. This example does not bear the recipient’s name and was evidently a spare prepared in case of loss or damage. The examples presented to the governors are presumably in state archival collections. This is a very scarce large-format print of one of the most famous photographs in the history of space exploration, taken by Neil Armstrong on July 21, 1969. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: 19th Century Rare Book & Photograph Shop]
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        I Can Lick 30 Tigers Today! And Other Stories.

      New York: Random House, 1969 - Quarto. Original pictorial boards, title to spine and front board in red and black, illustrated endpapers. Without the dust jacket, as issued. Boards toned, spine ends a bit creased and worn, minor chip half way along spine, tips slightly worn. A very good copy. Illustrated throughout by the author. First edition, first printing. Younger and Hirsch 38. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Paper Bird, a Fairy Tale in Three Thousand Three Hundred and Fifty-One A.D., INSCRIBED by Bob Hamilton to his Parents

      Philadelphia: Privately Printed, 1969. limited edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. INSCRIBED by Bob Hamilton to his parents on the front endpaper. 1969. 1 of 16 hors commerce copies reserved for the artists and produced after the initial edition of 100. Hardcover, 4to. in tan woven cloth boards, pictorial endpapers, with dust jacket. Unpaginated, illustrated, several leaves uncut. Fine in fine dust jacket. Dust jacket in mylar. Internally bright and unmarked. A beautiful inscribed copy purchased directly from the artist. RARE, with only 20 copies in libraries on OCLC. Digital images available upon request.

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        Manuscript statement of vassalage signed "Era de mil e iiii centos e xxiiii annos [A.D. 1386]. Bound into the volume in front of the manuscript on vellum is a single sheet with a summary in Portuguese of the document, probably from the seventeenth century. Laid in is a transcription of the document (on a single leaf folded to large 8º, written on one side only) dated 24 August 1898, signed by G.L. Santos Ferreira.

      , , 1386. - , Vellum document (13.8 x 20.6 cm.), written on one side, four holes below text for the attachment of ties and a seal; mounted on a paper stub and bound into a later limp vellum binding with remains of ties (21.5 x 16.5 cm., some soiling, small defect on lower cover). In very good condition. Written by Martim Gonçalves. D. João's rubric at the end. Early filing notes on verso, which is otherwise blank. Bookplate of José Mindlin. *** Extremely rare example of a fourteenth-century manuscript from Portugal, written in a tidy, legible hand and bearing the rubric of D. João I, founder of the Aviz dynasty. Linguistically, this document is important as an example of a text in Portuguese. There are earlier examples of documents in Portuguese: the Album de Paleografia by Alves Dias, Oliveira Marques, and Rodrigues lists one as early as 1214-1216. But we have never seen such documents on the market since beginning to take note of such things professionally in 1969.This document is a statement of vassalage from early in D. João I's reign, when he was consolidating his support among the Portuguese nobility. Its confirmation of a land grant in the north of Portugal provides a fascinating glimpse into the workings of the feudal system. The king and the noblemen who were his vassals had mutual obligations: usually this involved the king protecting the nobleman, and the nobleman providing soldiers for the royal army. Since raising and equipping troops required money, the king often made grants of land (doações) to his nobles, such as the one described in this document. The obligations incurred by the vassal and the king would have been spelled out in a separate document. The land being given is at Mondim and Sever. "Mondim" is probably the modern Mondim de Basto, on the Rio Tâmega in the Vila Real district of Trás-os-Montes. This region, on Portugal's border with Spain, was crucial for the kingdom's defenses. The vassal to whom it is given is Martim Vasques da Cunha. Cunha (1357-1417) was ninth senhor de Tábua and sixth senhor do morgado de Tábua. Tábua is considerably further south than Mondim, in the district of Coimbra.D. João I (1358-1433) was the first ruler of the House of Aviz, which succeeded the House of Burgundy as the ruling family of Portugal in 1385. The illegitimate son of D. Pedro I, D. João was named grand master of the Order of Aviz in 1364. In 1383, his half-brother D. Fernando I (1367-1383) died without a male heir. D. Fernando's daughter Beatriz was the wife of D. Juan I of Castile; many Portuguese feared that acknowledging her claim to the throne would make Portugal a mere province of Castile. After two years of anarchy, the Côrtes declared D. João king of Portugal in 1385. Castilian armies invaded Portugal, supported by the French. The Portuguese, supported by the English (in one of the many phases of the Hundred Years' War) were repeatedly repelled by D. João and Nuno Álvares Pereira, his constable, notably at the Battle of Aljubarrota on August 14, 1385, supported by English archers, with results similar to the battles of Crécy, Poitiers, and Agincourt. The Treaty of Windsor was signed in 1386 between Portugal and England. In 1387, D. João married Philippa of Lancaster, daughter of John of Gaunt and brother of Henry IV of England (r. 1399-1413), cementing the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance that has lasted for more than six centuries. The House of Aviz ruled Portugal until 1580, when D. Sebastião died without issue.The present document was dated by the Era, whose starting year is 38 B.C. The origin of the Era is uncertain, but it was used in the Iberian Peninsula beginning in the third century A.D. and continuing through the Middle Ages. Its use faded out in Aragon and Valencia in the mid-fourteenth century, in Castile toward the end of the fourteenth century, and in Portugal in the early fifteenth century.The 1898 transcription that accompanies the document is signed by G.L. Santos Ferreira - probably Guilherme Luiz dos San [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Dent prompte.

      1969 - Paris, Galerie Lucie Weill, Mourlot, 1969, in-folio (47 x 39.5 cm.), en feuilles sous couverture illustrée rempliée sous coffret toilé bleu titré. Exemplaire signé par l'auteur et l'artiste justifié 99 d'un tirage de 240 exemplaires numérotés en chiffres arabes et 50 exemplaires numérotés en chiffres romains réservés. Infimes piqures internes et légères usures et tâches au coffret. Livre

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      Black Sparrow, Los Angeles 1969 - #163/250 numbered copies signed by Charles Bukowski. The dedication in this book simply reads, "For Jane", Bukowski's first love. These poems (92) explore a more emotional side of the author. Also of note are the three lines below part 1, that Bukowski probably had imprinted on his brain: "get your name in LIGHTS / get it up there in / 8 1/2 x 11 mimeo." Tan paper covered boards bound with a green cloth back strip. Krumansl 32. A near fine copy in a near fine acetate dust jacket [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Voyelles. 5 Litografie originali di Guy Harloff.

      Teodorani Editore. Litografie originali di segnate da Guy Harloff Parigi (4 giugno 1933 - Galliate 6 gennaio 1991) a Vernazza (durante il suo soggiorno 1968/1969) nella primavera-estate del 1969 e tirate sui torchi della Grafica ST di Milano. Carta intonsa puro straccio con filigrafa editoriale della Cartiera Ventura di Cernobbio, Inchiostri di stampa Colorgraf, Contenitori della Legatoria Lombardini, Caratteri Stylgraf. Esecuzione ai torchi di Giuseppe De Bellis e Lino Masini. Designer Ferruccio Pagliari. Copertina e frontespizio eseguiti in litografia originale (quest'ultimo mancante verosimilmente non inserito nella presente tiratura di "prova"). Stampa degli occhi (elemento fondamentale di tutte le sue opere) in fotolito. Lastre distrutte dopo la stampa. Tiratura 99 esemplari numerati da 1 a 99 firmati a mano dall'Artista al quale sono state riservate parte delle 15 copie di "prova" numerate da I a XV a disposizione dei Critici d'Arte e dell'atelier. Primo esemplare dei XV riservati. Litografie numerate e firmate dall'Artista a lapis, contenute entro foglio ripiegato con indicazione a stampa della vocale riferita: A - noir. E - blanc. I - rouge. O - bleu. U - vert. Precedono due carte non numerate con poesia Voyelles di Rimbaud e specifica editoriale. Esemplare perfettamente conservato in ogni sua parte.

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        Elf Lithografien zu Luis Gongora y Argote Soledades (Zusammen mit der Buchausgabe in einer Kassette)

      Buchausgabe in Halbpergamin gebunden, 8, 161 S., 1. Auflage, aus dem Spanischen übersetzt von Erich Arendt, mit den elf Reproduktionen nach den Lithographien, Auflagenhöhe 150 Exemplare, die elf Lithographien, (hier dieNummer 101), sind sämtlich signiert (Hermann Naumann, 1969) und numeriert, Größe 360 x 490 mm im Passepartout Guter Zustand

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        Dune Messiah

      Putnam, 1969. Sixth Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Signed by Author. Signed and inscribed by Frank Herbert on title page. Sixth impression. Hardcover in jacket, price clipped from jacket flap. Clean and unmarked, pages bright. Binding strong. Light edge wear, small closed tear to rear jacket panel. Nice and presentable copy in very good condition. Additional photos available upon request.

      [Bookseller: The Bookman & The Lady]
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