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        [Performance Broadside for:] GRAFT (AN ACTIVITY BY ALLAN KAPROW) ...

      [Kent, OH]: Kent State University, 1970. Folio broadside (53 x 40.5 cm; 21 x 16"). Printed on recto only, with design and text in gray and black. Folded to quarters, with some modest tanning along the center horizontal fold, otherwise about fine. A broadside inviting participants to engage in Kaprow's GRAFT, an 'activity' planned as part of the Kent State Creative Arts Festival, alongside presentations and projects by five other artists, including Robert Smithson. The broadside incorporates text ("hothouse greenery [/] fixed to bare January branches...) and a bold graphic. The 'activity' involved the decoration of trees on the campus with US currency. Kaprow revisited the 'activity' in 2007.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        L´Art pour les enfants de Ernest Raboff - Von Marc Chagall signiertes Exemplar

      Genève, Weber, 1970. ca. 70 Seiten Lex. 8°, gebundene Ausgabe Lilafarbene Buntstiftsignatur von Marc Chagall auf der Titelseite. Mit patiniertem und an den Rändern leicht gebräuntem Einband und Schutzumschlag. Bleistiftvermerke im Vortitel sowie altersgemäss kaum gebräunte Seiten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Kunst

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Cordes]
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        Kagi no kakaru heya [trans.: A Room with a Locked Door]

      Engraved plate tipped-in & a number of illus. in the text by Iwami Furusawa. 1 p.l., 46 pp., one leaf. 4to, orig. white leather, with orig. key set in, t.e.g., orig. red box. Tokyo: Presse-Bibliomane, 1970. Limited luxury edition of 395 numbered copies, printed on fine heavy paper and signed by Mishima. This short story was originally published in a magazine in 1954. Prospectus laid-in. The tipped-in plate, number 149 of 575, has been signed by the artist Iwami Furusawa. With the original business card of the main character of the story laid-in. Very fine copy. There were another 180 less luxurious copies issued at the same time.

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        America when will you be Angelic? / When will you take off your clothes.../ America when will we end the Human war... / America the plum blossoms are falling [poster]...

      [Berkeley]: [Berkeley Poster Workshop], [1970]. 22x15 inch silkscreened image on the back of two connected sheets of used computer paper, portrait of Ginsberg above the four lines of his poem. Light uneven toning, a short split at the perforated joint of the two sheets above Ginsberg's head, otherwise very good. The peripheral strips with their sprocket holes are still intact. One of the products of the now-renowned poster workshop at Berkeley....

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        Bulletin de la Société préhistorique française, Tomes 67 à 69 (1970 -1972) et 73 à 101 (1970-2004)

      Centre national de la recherche scientifique,Société préhistorique française 0 - In-4 (21 x 27 cm), lot de fascicules brochés ou agrafés (dont certains sous chemise), Bulletins de la Société préhistorique française, du tome 67 à 69 (1970-1972) et du tome 73 à 101 (1976-2004) ; usure et marques de frottement plus ou moins importantes selon le volume, bon état général. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        In the Night Kitchen

      Harper & Row 1970 - A near fine first edition signed by Maurice Sendak on the title page. Very good first edition dust jacket, with first issue price $4.95 on the front flap. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Raging Bull

      Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall. (1970). Memoir by the middleweight boxer which was made into an acclaimed 1980 movie by Martin Scorcese starring Robert De Niro as La Motta. The film was nominated for eight Academy Awards and won two, including De Niro for Best Actor. This copy is signed by the author. A somewhat uncommon book, having been issued by a publisher better-known for textbooks than for general trade publications. Mild splaying to boards; near fine in a very good, moderately edgeworn dust jacket. Scarce signed, especially in jacket. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine.

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        Dada Svizzero.

      Milan: Gabriele Mazzotta, 1970 - 9 works. Facsimile paper wrappers, wire-stitched, front wrapper lettered in black and orange. With the original wood patterned cardboard portfolio, titles to label on front board in purple, label ruled in yellow and green, label to inside front board printed in brown. A little creasing to portfolio extremities, tape mark to front and rear boards, label to front board a little cockled, some foxing to wrappers, an excellent set. Illustrated throughout. Limited edition, one of 500 copies, a portfolio from the unnumbered series Documenti e periodici Dada (five portfolios in total, including Dada Americano, Dada Germanico, Dada Francese, and Dada Italiano). This portfolio of nine facsimile pamphlets, predominately in French and originally published in either Zürich or Paris, comprises some of the foundational texts of the Dada movement. The works include issues 1-8 of Dada magazine, published in Zürich between July 1917 and September 1921 and edited variously by Marcel Janco, François Arp, and Tristan Tzara. Contributors and illustrators include Hans Arp, André Breton, Paul Éluard, Max Ernst, Francis Picabia, Hans Richter, Giorgio de Chirico, Robert Delaunay, and Wasily Kandinsky. The 1916 journal Cabaret Voltaire, edited by Hugo Ball and the first of the Dada reviews, is also included, as is the sole issue of Der Zeltweg, published in November 1919. These feature work by Pablo Picasso, Guillaume Apollinaire, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Kurt Schwitters, Sophie Taeuber, and Mary Wigman. Italian scholar and curator Arturo Schwarz was friends with many of the Dada circle, and he established his independent publishing house soon after his move to Milan in 1949, printing texts by authors previously unpublished in Italy. He later donated his significant collection of Dada and Surrealist art to the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Dada Svizzero is well-represented institutionally but commercially rare. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Archive Of Apple Computer Related Ephemera From The Collection Of Kenneth Silverman

      Fine. 0. Hardcover. The history of computers is generally considered to begin in the early part of the 20th century -with the advent of room-filling machines filled with easily broken vacuum tubes, germanium diodes, punch cards and rooms that were cooled to near freezing so that fires wouldn't break out. Many generations of large machines followed? all of them able to do few different tasks, and even if they could switch between basic mathematics to logarithms, the innards of the machines had to be stopped and manually adjusted. Moore's Law (the observation that, over the history of computing hardware, the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit has doubled approximately every two years. ) proved true and computers became faster, more complex and more able to do multiple tasks. It wasn't, however, until the early to mid-1970's that anyone even considered taking mainframe computers into miniaturization for personal use; the idea that it could be done came from the fact that radio transistors were growing ever smaller and the small scale integrated circuit was introduced. (This explanation is exceedingly simplified - there's a whole lot more between points A and B than this). One of the early (relatively speaking) models of a "personal" computer (that term hadn't really come into full use in the 70's) was the Altair 8800 - which was purchased as a kit and you, the customer, got the exciting task of building it yourself. Out of that era of geeks and nerds wielding soldering guns and building their own circuit boards came a group known as the Homebrew Computer Club. The HCC got together regularly to help each other build computers, talk about computers, work on additions to or modifications of the Altair 8800's they had bought, or work out ideas on how to make these systems more useful and interesting (including writing software to connect to peripherals, create games and trade tapes of games they had gotten elsewhere). One of the members of the HCC was Steve Wozniak - today known by the eponym "Woz" - who built a computer in his garage on a single board in 1976. Woz not only created the guts of the machine (designing and soldering all the circuits himself) , but generated the BASIC software code to interface between the user and the machine. That machine was called the APPLE I. (Yes, the truth is, Woz was the actual creator of the Apple I - Steve Jobs watched him build it and had the idea to market it, but he had no involvement with the actual design. ) Approximately 200 copies of the Apple I were built and sold. During this time, Steve Jobs decided that he and Woz could turn building computers into a real business and it's at that point that the real Apple Computers, the company, came about. The impact that Apple Computers has had on the world of technology, especially in the early days on personal computers and their multitude of uses, is not hard to see. Nowadays, with iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, Apple TV and so much more, the company name is synonymous with cutting edge technology and stuff that makes the world easier to navigate. Back in 1977, the two Steves didn't know exactly how great their Company would become - they just wanted to help other nerds have access to their own computing ability. But Apple Computers would become one of the three to four companies that would create machines that would make personal computing accessible to the mainstream non-geek user. One thing that Apple Computers did well from the start was to have marketing gimmicks and tchotchkes available for workers and customers alike. Kenneth Silverman, an Engineer in Silicon Valley during this time, was also a member of the Homebrew Computer Club. Ken became familiar with Woz through the HCC and became an ardent Apple computer user. He owned an Apple II very early on and in 1978 was one of the ten founding members of the SF Apple CORE - people who got together to talk about their Apple computers, share programs, create new programs Ken in the SF Apple Core wrote some of the first software to connect a peripheral printer to an Apple II and teach others about programming, using and enjoying Apple computers. At some point in the CORE's early years, Ken became the editor for the Apple CORE newsletter, called the Cider Press. He also helped found the International Apple Core. Ken has another connection to Apple Computers as well - because he was so much part of the CORE and had contact with Woz and other Apple Computer employees, he put together his own company called International Datawares, Inc. Which did work for Apple and created give-away items for the company - especially pins and other small promotional items. In other words, he was (and still is) in a position to have access to a unique collection of items relating to the history of the company. This archive consists of group of items related to Apple Computers and advertising for the same, including: 1.) One pair of Apple Glasses in custom case (1984) : Limited to 30 pairs, Apple Glasses were commissioned by Steve Wozniak and custom made by a local artisan. Woz kept several pairs for himself and gave the rest out to friends over the years. Many of the pairs have been damaged due to the fragile nature of these glasses and they have come up for auction only two times in the last 15 years. These glasses are the epitome of (excuse the pun) the face of Apple Computers. Glasses are in Fine condition as is the case. 2.) Hell Froze Over Poster (framed) (2005) : 36"x24". : This poster ironically notes the point in Apple computer history when the company finally deviated from their mandate of not working on a Windows based platform - in order to make their new product iTunes available to a larger clientele. The poster is in Fine condition, as is the frame. 3.) Mission Impossible Poster (framed) (1996) : 20"x14". : approximately: Apple Computers made a very lucrative product placement contract with the producers of the first Mission Impossible Movie featuring Tom Cruise. The company then offered posters in several sizes as cross advertising. The poster is in Fine condition as is the frame. 4.) SIGNED Apple Lore Poster (framed) (2003) : 17"x 11". : The Computer Museum in San Jose, CA created this poster to commemorate an Apple Computers event on September 13, 2003. The poster shows a series of lapel pins created over the years (some of which were designed by Ken Silverman). This poster has been signed by Woz. The poster and frame are in fine condition. 5.) Apple Belt Buckle (large, multi-colored) (undated) : One of Five made. 2 ½" in diameter with large leather belt. Buckle and Belt in fine condition. 6.) Apple Belt Buckle (small, gold colored with silver attachment) (undated) : 2"x 1 1/3" rectangular, with thin leather belt. Buckle in very good+ condition - there is some scratching to the face of the buckle. Unknown quantity. 7.) Box of lapel pins, earrings, tie tacks, necklace, et al (various dates) : 23 individual items, many of which were designed and produced by Ken Sterling. Quantities range from one of two (cuff links) to one of 10,000. (Small, multicolored apple earrings limited to 25, smallish, multicolored apple necklace one of 100, MacIntosh Key Ring one of approx. 50, Apple III cuff-links one of two, Apple stickpin one of 50, Macintosh Stickpin one of 50, Lisa stickpin one of 50, Lisa lapel pin one of 100 along with several other items that were made in larger numbers). All items are in fine condition and held in Lucite boxes within a hinged display box. 8.) Newton Carrying bag (fabric) (c 1993-1998) : Black fabric zippered pouch / carry case for the Newton -Apple's first digital "Assistant" which featured handwriting recognition. The bag is in fine condition. 9.) SIGNED 8" x 10" color photograph of Woz (undated) : Promotional photograph of Woz, signed by him on the face. Matted photo (unframed) is in Very Good++ condition. 10.) International Apple Core pin (c1979) : Ken Silverman, one of the original 10 members of the SF Apple Core Group, helped create an international group of Apple users in 1979. As the SF Apple Core had lapel pins for members, Ken continued the tradition by having lapel pins available for International Apple Core members. Quantity unknown, but probably in the thousands or more. The lapel pin and container are in Fine condition. (this pin is in the display container with the other pins, but is unboxed. Fine condition. 11.) Large Apple tie tack in Lucite container (undated, but early) : approx. 3/4th" diameter. Fine condition. 12.) Woz: The Prodigal Son of Silicon Valley, Doug Garr, author (1984) : 1st edition. Mass market paperback book in Very Good- condition. This is an early biography of Steve Wozniak, featuring a photograph of him wearing his Apple Glasses as the cover art. 13.) UK iPhone pin in promotional cardboard (undated) : produced specifically for the UK unveiling of the iPhone - only available at the grand opening in London. Unknown number available. As new, in wrapper. 14.) UK iPad pin in promotional cardboard (undated) : produced specifically for the UK unveiling of the iPad - only available at the grand opening in London. Unknown number available. As new, in wrapper. 15.) Macintosh Plus Wooden floppy disc holder (c1986) : 8 ¼" x 8 ¼" x 4 ½" wooden (oak? ) box with particle board dividers inset, with gilt silk screened lettering and apple logo on top edge. 16.) Applelink wine glasses (pair of two - clear glass) (c1986) : This pair of glasses comes from the California (Ken doesn't remember where) launch party for the AppleLink system. From Wikipedia: "AppleLink was the name of both Apple Computer's online service for its dealers, third party developers, and users, and the client software used to access it. Prior to the commercialization of the Internet, AppleLink was a popular service for Mac and Apple IIGS users. The service was offered from about 1986 to 1994 to various groups, before being superseded by their short-lived eWorld and finally today's multiple Apple websites. " There was an unknown quantity of these fluted wine glasses produced, with the AppleLink logo etched on the sides. Both glasses are in fine condition. 17.) Apple Tee-shirt in original tube from an opening of an Apple store at the Valley Fair Shopping Center (either San Jose or Roseville, CA) opening. (Undated, but within the last 10 years or so) : Still in original tee-shirt tube. As new. 18.) SIGNED Revolution in the Valley by Andy Hertzfeld. 2005, O'Reilly Media, Inc. (oblong Book with dust jacket) : Signed and inscribed by author and co-creator of the Macintosh, Any Herzfeld. Both book and dust jacket are in Fine condition. Named Co-creator, Andy Herzfeld had a very important influence on the entire look and programming of the revolutionary Macintosh computer system. 19.) International Apple Core Presents Apple Orchard: Volume 2 number 1, Spring 1981: Single issue of the International Apple Core magazine edited by Ken Silverman. The magazine is in Very Good condition and was issued without a dust jacket. There is a coffee circle to the front cover of the magazine, along with some light rippling from climate changes. 20.) Apple Tee-shirt in rectangular cardboard box from an opening of an Apple store at either the Galleria Roseville (? ) (CA) opening. (Undated, but within the last 10 years or so) : Still in original packaging, with a silver sticker featuring an apple which is keeping the container unopened. As new in box. 21.) Facsimile copy of the Best of Cider Press 1978-1979 edited by Ken Silverman, second Printing, August 1980. : Copied by the Computer History Museum in San Jose for Ken Silverman (and not easily obtained either! ) , this compilation of the best articles, program codes, etc. Was published by Ken Silverman for the SF Apple Core in 1980 in an unknown, but very small number and is extremely difficult to find now. This facsimile, in folder, is in as new condition thus. 22.) Inside Macintosh: Volumes I, II and II. 1987, Apple Computers, Inc. Sixth printing: Very Good+ to Near Fine- with a Fine dust jacket. The book was compiled by Apple Computers to help both Apple employees and Apple dealers / customers in writing programs / altering programs for the Macintosh - better known as the development documentation manuals. 23.) Inside Macintosh: Volume IV (includes Macintosh Plus and Macintosh 512K enhanced computer material). 1987. Apple Computers, Third Printing: An oversized paperback book issued without a dust jacket. The book is in Fine condition. As with the previous listing, this book contains development documentation material for third party users / developers. (for more photos of items, please email) .

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        Dada Germanico.

      Milan: Gabriele Mazzotta,, 1970. 7 works. Facsimile paper wrappers, wire-stitched, front wrapper lettered in black and orange. With the original wood patterned cardboard portfolio, titles to label on front board in blue, label ruled in yellow and green, label to inside front board printed in brown. With the publisher's advertisement laid in. Illustrated throughout. A little creasing and a few nicks to portfolio extremities, tape mark to front and rear boards, some foxing to wrappers, an excellent set. Limited edition, one of 500 copies, a portfolio from the unnumbered series Documenti e periodici Dada (five portfolios in total, including Dada Svizzero, Dada Americano, Dada Francese, and Dada Italiano). This portfolio of seven facsimile pamphlets, predominately in German and originally published in Berlin, Cologne, or Munich, comprises some of the foundational texts of the Dada movement. The works include issues 1-3 of Der Dada, published in Berlin between June 1919 and April 1920 and edited by Raoul Hausmann with George Grosz and John Heartfield. Also included is the 1918 journal Club Dada, a collaborative review by Hausmann, Richard Huelsenbeck, and Franz Jung; the sole issue of Dadameter - Die Schammade, published in 1920 and produced by Max Ernst, Johannes Theodor Baargeld, and Hans Arp; Dadaco, published in 1920; and two other issues from Dada journals. Contributors and illustrators include Giorgio de Chirico, Tristan Tzara, Hugo Ball, André Breton, Paul Éluard, and Johannes Theodor Baargeld. Italian scholar and curator Arturo Schwarz was friends with many of the Dada circle, and he established his independent publishing house soon after his move to Milan in 1949, printing texts by authors previously unpublished in Italy. He later donated his significant collection of Dada and Surrealist art to the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Dada Germanico is well-represented institutionally but commercially rare.

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        Nightlines.

      London: Faber and Faber,, 1970. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine gilt on black background. With the dust jacket. Extremities slightly rubbed and bumped, mild spotting to edges. An excellent copy in a price-clipped jacket with slightly toned extremities, a few small stains and a short closed tear to rear panel. First edition, first impression of McGahern's first collection of short stories. Inscribed by McGahern on the front free endpaper: "For Philip Murray, John McGahern April 90". Further inscribed by McGahern with a quote from the short story "Wheels": "'But that all the preparations promised', JMcG" (see p.22).

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        Dizionario illustrato dei pittori disegnatori e incisori italiani moderni e contemporanei. Quarta edizione.

      Patuzzi, Milano, 1970. 5 v. (3856 p. compl.) 30 cm tela sovr. Ultima edizione di questo fondamentale repertorio dedicato agli artisti italiani dell'800 e del '900. UsatoBuono Anno pubblicazione: 1970-74. 31 ...

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        The Conformist [Il conformista] (Original photograph from 1970 film)

      Rome: Mars Film, 1970. Vintage borderless black-and-white photograph from the 1970 Italian film. With the stamp of photographer Angelo Novi on the verso. 7.25 x 9.5 inches. Fine. Arrow Academy 500.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Clarence Gagnon

      Montreal Editions la Fregate 1970 - 1st edition limited to 200 copies. [vi],141pp. + [iii]pp. Quarto with tipped-in colour plates and B&W illustrations in text, in slipcase. Out of series. In a remainder red cloth binding. fine This is an out of series copy in a plainer binding but still the same sumptuous production with handmade paper and tipped in plates.

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC]
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        THE DOG BITE A Dream Narrative with Twenty Linoleum Blocks

      New York: Plain Wrapper, 1970. First Edition. Loose Pages. Near Fine. No jacket as issued. Signed by Artist(s), Author(s). N.d., 1970. Folio (14 in. tall). Signed and limited #39/150. Artist portfolio, with 21 loose gatherings housed in a cardboard box covered in a delicate black paper skin. 19 linocuts printed on double leaves, each linocut signed by the artist in pencil. Heavy stock, cream, textured pages. Appears unread. Box cover with light chipping to edges and minor stress wrinkles. The Westbeth studio, where Benes lived for more than 40 years, has been reassembled at the North Dakota Museum of Art as a permanent installation.

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        L Art pour les enfants de Ernest Raboff - Von Marc Chagall signiertes Exemplar

      Genève, Weber, 1970 - ca. 70 Seiten Lilafarbene Buntstiftsignatur von Marc Chagall auf der Titelseite. Mit patiniertem und an den Rändern leicht gebräuntem Einband und Schutzumschlag. Bleistiftvermerke im Vortitel sowie altersgemäss kaum gebräunte Seiten. Sprache: Französisch Gewicht in Gramm: 409 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Loss of El Dorado

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1970. First US edition, first printing. Not Set. Octavo. Original burgundy cloth, titles to upper board in blind and to spine gilt, map endpapers, allow topstain. With the dust jacket A very nice copy in the dust jacket. A presentation copy with the author's typically terse presentation inscription to the title page, "V S. Naipaul for Al Murray". Naipaul recalls in A Turn in the South, "I was given the name of a writer who had been educated at Tuskegee, Al Murray. He was, or had been, a protégé of Ralph Ellison's, and he lived in New Yorkâ?¦He was a brown man, and older than I had thoughtâ?¦Al had just turned seventyâ?¦His sitting room was full of books and records. A moment's looking showed that the books were a serious collection of twentieth-century American writing in first or very early editions."Al Murray, a Tuskegee-educated writer on jazz and one of those interviewed in "A Turn in the South," would later say, "Naipaul is like a satellite in orbit. He's got an objectivity that no one else has, and he knows that the past is an albatross." Proper inscribed, literary association copies of Naipaul's works are distinctly uncommon.

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        British Geological Survey and Institute of Geological Sciences Ordnance Survey Maps (Bedrock and Superficial Deposits, Solid and Drift) [160 maps, 3 booklets]

      Published by the Institute of Geological Sciences 1970 to 2011, London - , 176 Geology Series colour maps with titles 45 x 96 cms and 75 x 88.5 cms (including 1:50 000 Scale and Series, One-Inch Series, Ten Mile Map South Sheet, Special Sheets for Bristol District and for Anglesey), 3 explanatory booklets (including Geology of the Manchester, Bristol and Swansea districts), including Scale in miles and kilometres, key to geological deposits, triple edged border with longitude and latitude,includes 4 duplicates with different scale Original Editions , some wear to map edges, very good condition , laminated blue card with black titles, some upper boards with colour photographs, 22.5 x 13 cms Paperback ISBN: [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        S/Z

      277 pp. Paris, 1970, in-8, 277 pp, broché, couverture imprimée, Edition originale pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Exemplaire enrichi d'un touchant envoi de Barthes à Claude Bonnefoy, critique littéraire. Quatrième de couverture légèrement frottée, néanmoins un très bel exemplaire.

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        A Clockwork Orange

      William Heinemann, london 1970 - A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess,Published by Heinemann, London reprint 1970,A very good/near fine reprint copy of the most famous novel by Anthony Burgess. A Clockwork Orange is recognised as one of the 100 best English novels written since 1923, ( Times magazine 2005). Original mauve cloth boards with gilt title on the spine. Light bumping on the spine ends and minimal shelf wear. The contents are bright, clean and the bindings are tight. The dust jacket is price clipped with a sticker marked "£1.75 net" above the cut edge. Slight shelf wear on the lower edge of the jacket and folds. Very small wear to the corners and tiny chipping to the folds of the spine ends. 8vo 196 printed pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Clinical Genetics Vol. 1-80

      Band 1-80 aus den Jahren 1970-2011. Es handelt sich um ausgetragene Bibliotheksexemplare mit entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen.

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        WHAT DO THE PANTHERS STAND FOR....THE PEOPLE CHARGE YALE WITH COMPLICITY IN THE FRAME-UP OF THE NEW HAVEN 9. [caption title]

      New York, 1970. [8]pp. Folio. Previously folded. Tanned. About very good. An informational newspaper published by the Committee to Defend the Panther 21 that broadly states the goals of the Black Panther movement, and prints a long letter on the unfairness of the charges against the Panthers, addressed to the judge in charge, John Murtagh. The Panther 21 were accused of conspiring to kill police officers and bomb a number of buildings in New York City in 1970. Though at the time the trial was the longest and the costliest in the history of the state of New York, the twenty-one accused were acquitted on all charges. The newspaper was also printed in the context of the Black Panther trials that were occurring at the same time in New Haven, Ct., where nine Panthers were charged with involvement in the murder of one of their members, Alex Rackley, who had been suspected of being an FBI informant. The back page of the paper publicizes a three- day event for the beginning of May to protest the trial, with a headline that reads "The People Charge Yale with Complicity in the Frame-up of the New Haven 9." The program from the boasted speeches from Artie Seale, wife of Black Panthers president Bobby Seale (who was one of the accused on trial), and French writer Jean Genet, and music performed by Santana. These events led directly to the May Day riots in New Haven on May 1, 1970, the height of student unrest at Yale in the period, famously alluded to my the Doors in their song "Peace Frog": "Blood in the streets of the town of New Haven...."

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        WHAT DO THE PANTHERS STAND FOR.THE PEOPLE CHARGE YALE WITH COMPLICITY IN THE FRAME-UP OF THE NEW HAVEN 9. [caption title].

      New York. 1970. - [8]pp. Folio. Previously folded. Tanned. About very good. An informational newspaper published by the Committee to Defend the Panther 21 that broadly states the goals of the Black Panther movement, and prints a long letter on the unfairness of the charges against the Panthers, addressed to the judge in charge, John Murtagh. The Panther 21 were accused of conspiring to kill police officers and bomb a number of buildings in New York City in 1970. Though at the time the trial was the longest and the costliest in the history of the state of New York, the twenty-one accused were acquitted on all charges. The newspaper was also printed in the context of the Black Panther trials that were occurring at the same time in New Haven, Ct., where nine Panthers were charged with involvement in the murder of one of their members, Alex Rackley, who had been suspected of being an FBI informant. The back page of the paper publicizes a three- day event for the beginning of May to protest the trial, with a headline that reads "The People Charge Yale with Complicity in the Frame-up of the New Haven 9." The program from the boasted speeches from Artie Seale, wife of Black Panthers president Bobby Seale (who was one of the accused on trial), and French writer Jean Genet, and music performed by Santana. These events led directly to the May Day riots in New Haven on May 1, 1970, the height of student unrest at Yale in the period, famously alluded to my the Doors in their song "Peace Frog": "Blood in the streets of the town of New Haven."

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        GA Global Architecture Book Collection Vol.1-13 Complete A.D.A. EDITA Tokyo

      1970. DescriptionPublisher: GA International ADA Edita.Language: English/Japanese.Condition: All volumes in very good condition.The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins. No missing pages. This collection of 13 slip-cased hardcover books reproduces the first 60 numbers in the GA series (published between 1970 and 1981). Each of the first 12 volumes contains five issues of the original GA classified by the kind of buildings they represent (houses, office buildings, museums, etc.). Volume 13 reprints the five issues of GA Detail which provide detail drawings of well-known buildings. Contents:VOLUME 1, MODERN HOUSESLe Corbusier Villa Savoye, Poissy, France. 1929-31Frank Lloyd Wright Kaufmann House,

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        Dogs Bodies Portfolio.

      London: Abelard-Schuman,, 1970. With an original silkscreen. Octavo. Original white wrappers printed in brown and black. Housed in the brown cloth portfolio, as issued. Illustrations by Ralph Steadman throughout. In superb condition. Limited issue, number 32 of 70 copies. This portfolio contains a first edition copy of the book Dogs Bodies, signed by Steadman on p. 2; it is accompanied by an original two-colour silkscreen "Ink Hound", signed and numbered by Steadman, and printed in January 2000.

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        Collection of pamphlets and press releases involving the Six Day War]

      New York 1970 - 26 single-sided press releases plus three pamphlets. 4to and folio. The Palestine Arab Delegation came to prominence through their demand that the Balfour Declaration be abrogated. With the advent of the United Nations they established themselves in New York City and continued to lobby for the interests of Palestinians. This collection provides a in depth look into the concerns and strategies of the group. The heart of it, naturally,is devoted to the Six Day War in June, 1967 and includes a substantial press release dated 29 July, 1968. Nine pages of which are "A Diary of Crimes by Zionist Jews in the Gaza Strip."Pamphlets include:1. Proof of Guilt. Zionist in Occupied Palestine are Guilty of War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity. 19 August 1963. Illustrated. 12pp2. A Statement submitted by the Palestine Arab Delegation to the Fifth Emergency Special Session of the General Assembly. 28 June, 1967. 12pp3. Proof of Guilt. The War Criminals: Dayan, Allon, Begin, Rabin, Bar-Lev, Hod, Eban, Carmel, Galili, Ben Gurion are Guilty of War Crimes. March, 1969. Illustrated. 30 ppAlthough most of the press releases are untitled, some bear the following: "Mayor of Jerusalem Exposes Jewish Crimes and Atrocities, Hails Commando Action," "Security council Debate," "The Zionist Gemini in the Security Council," "Jewish War Crimes: Israel Resorting to More Presure to Drive Arabs from Occupied Lands." Generally fine condition. Pamphlets are stapled 26 single-sided press releases plus three pamphlets. 4to and folio [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        La guerre

      - Gallimard, Paris 1970, 14,5x21,5cm, broché. - Prima edizione, una delle 36 copie numerate su Holland, edizione deluxe. morsi molto piccoli sulla schiena, bella copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 36 exemplaires numérotés sur Hollande, tirage de tête. Infimes piqûres sur le dos, agréable exemplaire.  

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        Gesammelte Werke. Siebter Band. Kurgast - die Nürnberger Reise - der Steppenwolf.

      Suhrkamp, 1970. 413 S. Taschenbuch Taschenbuch in gutem Zustand. Altersbedingt sind die Seiten angegilbt. Leichte Gebrauchsspuren. ex11 Versand D: 2,60 EUR

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        Collection of letters to Jagdish Mehra

      1970-1988. Chandrasekhar, Subrahmanyan (1910-95). Collection of correspondence, including three Autograph Letters signed, with historian of physics Jagdish Mehra (1931-2008). 12 pages total. V.p., 1970-88. Fine. Complete listing available on request. Chandrasekhar was awarded the 1983 Nobel Prize in physics (together with William A. Fowler) for “formulating the currently accepted theory on the later evolutionary stages of massive stars . . . Chandrasekhar determined what is known as the Chandrasekhar limit—that a star having a mass more than 1.44 times that of the Sun does not form a white dwarf but instead continues to collapse, blows off its gaseous envelope in a supernova explosion, and becomes a neutron star. An even more massive star continues to collapse and becomes a black hole. These calculations contributed to the eventual understanding of supernovas, neutron stars, and black holes” (“Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar.” Timeline of Nobel Winners Company, 2003. Web. Accessed 21 Dec. 2016). Chandrasekhar’s correspondent on all but one of the letters was Jagdish Mehra, author of numerous important works on the history of physics including the magisterial multi-volume Historical Development of Quantum Theory (1982-2001; with Hans Rechenberg). The remaining correspondent was William C. Schieve, professor of physics at the University of Texas, Austin. Several of Chandrasekhar’s letters to Mehra from the early 1970s deal with the 1972 symposium on “The Development of the Physicist’s Conception of Nature in the Twentieth Century,” organized by Mehra and others in honor of Paul Dirac’s 70th birthday. Chandrasekhar was one of the participants in the symposium, delivering lectures titled “A chapter in the astrophysicist’s view of the universe” and “Remarks on Enrico Fermi”; these were later published in The Physicist’s Conception of Nature (1973), edited by Mehra. Two of Chandrasekhar’s letters regarding the symposium are particularly noteworthy. In his letter of February 15, 1972 he relates a conversation he had in the late 1950s with Jan Oort (1900-1992), the pioneering radio-astronomer who first suggested the existence of dark matter: “. . . [He] insisted that I say something about my work. I showed him then certain photographs (then on my desk) of some experiments that had been carried out by Nakagawa in a laboratory (in my charge!) They revealed (in a way that I thought was spectacular) the sudden enlargement of the convection cells in a rotating system when the impressed magnetic field increased beyond a certain limit . . . I showed these pictures to Oort. Oort looked at them & then turned to me and asked “All this is fine; but when will you turn again to the real problems of astronomy.” To which I replied: “I am sorry I do not yet feel that I can paint the Madonna." In his letter of May 19, 1972 Chandrasekhar reveals his poor opinion of Danish astrophysicist Bengt Strömgren (1908-87), who discovered the existence of huge interstellar shells of ionized hydrogen around stars (now known as Strömgren Spheres): "With regard to the person who might share the session [of the symposium] at which I will be speaking, I was not disappointed with [Fred] Hoyle. If you want someone else, I might suggest [Hermann] Bondi. But please not Stromgren. If there is any one astronomer with whose manner, approach, and style I more disagree with it is S.—please consider this remark as strictly confidential.

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        Madonna mit Jesuskind. Holzschnitzerei.

      Höhe der aus schlichten aus Holz gearbeiteten Madonna: 62 cm. In den Armen stehend das Jesuskind. Beiliegend ein Holzsockel zur Wandmontage ( Höhe des Sockels 17 cm. Gewicht der Madonna 4200 Gramm, der Holzsockel wiegt 1200 Gramm. Von insgesamt guter Erhaltung, unbemalt, nicht gefasst. Die Madonna am Unterboden mit Wachssiegel *Handgeschnitzt, Eginhard Scholz*, undatiert ( ca. 1970 ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        The Trials of Jimmy Hoffa

      Henry Regnery Company, Chicago 1970 - Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "To My Friend Leo Pereny, James R. Hoffa." Accompanied by a vintage cloth Teamsters patch. 308 pages, 8vo, dark gray cloth with a gilt-stamped spine (edge-worn; chipped at the bottom of the spine), dust wrapper (heavily worn and chipped) in a mylar sleeve. Chicago: Henry Regnery Company, (1970). First edition. A very good(-) copy in a good dust wrapper. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        THE COLLECTED WORKS OF SAMUEL BECKETT

      New York: The Grove Press. 1970. First edition thus. First edition thus. Signed limited edition. Sixteen volumes. Publisher?s original coarse black cloth with gilt titles to the spine. Issued without dustwrappers. A superb fine set, the bindings square and tight with just a hint of fading to the spines. The contents are clean and bright throughout and without previous owner?s inscriptions or stamps. The author?s collected works, including Film issued here for the first time. The deluxe edition is limited to 200 copies, each numbered and signed by the author in Waiting For Godot. This set numbered 13. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        Joan Miró.

      Barcelona: Ediciones Polígrafia,, 1970. Quarto. Original broad-weave cream cloth, spine and covers lettered and decorated in black. With the dust jacket. 124 photographic plates, mainly in colour; 4 folding index leaves to the rear. Text-leaves toned, damp-stain to fore edges, only touching the text-block in the index leaves and rear free endpaper, small spot to half-title. A very good copy with bright plates, in the dust jacket which is slightly rubbed along the joints edges, with a few nicks and shallow chips, a short closed tear to the foot of the front joint, and a few pale marks. First edition. Inscribed by the artist (in Catalan) at the request of Pere Portabella, "a Christopher Lee, amb afecte i admiracio, Miró, 11/iv/72" on the front free endpaper, with an original drawing. With a laid-in facsimile of a typed letter from Portabella, dated 27 April 2015, together with a facsmile of a covering letter from his assistant. The first reads "I, Pere Portabella, Director and Producer of Films 59 in Barcelona, Spain, certify that many years ago I purchased two art books. One by Antonie Tàpies and the other by Joan Miró. Both were signed by the artists themselves. Joan Miró also made a small drawing inside his book. I gave both of these books to Sir Christopher Lee after we spent time together since he appeared as the main character in two of my films shot in 1970 and 1972". The films mentioned were Vampir-Cuadecu, an experimental film with Lee reprising his role as Dracula, and Umbracle, a companion piece. This monograph was published as part of the publisher's Fotoscop series. The editor was Joan Prats Vallès.

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        Körnig, Hans. - "Dahlien".

      - Radierung / Aquatinta & Strichätzung, in Schwarz, auf kräftigem Büttenkarton, 1970. Von Hans Körnig. 65,8 x 45,0 cm (Darstellung / Platte) / 70 x 50,5 cm (Blatt). In Bleistift rechts unten signiert und datiert: "Körnig 70". Links Titel. - Ohne Tadel. Sehr guter Zustand. Hans Körnig (1905 Flöha - 1989 Niederwinkling in Bayern). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker, bedeutender Vertreter der Dresdner Malerei in den 1950er und 60er Jahren. Nach einer Elektrikerlehre 1930-33 Studium an der Kunstakademie Dresden bei Richard Müller und Hermann Dittrich, später bei Ferdinand Dorsch und Max Feldbauer. 1933 verließ er die Akademie aus Protest gegen die Entlassung von Otto Dix. Danach Arbeit als freier Künstler und Reisen nach Italien (Venedig, Florenz, Rom, Neapel, Mailand & Gardasee), die Schweiz und schließlich 1937 Paris. 1940 Kriegsdienst an der Russlandfront, 1945 Amputation des rechten Unterschenkels infolge einer Verwundung. August 1945 Rückkehr aus russischer Kriegsgefangenschaft nach Dresden. 1953 erste Versuche mit Aquatintaradierung, die er forthin besonders pflegte (insgesamt über 1000 Radierungen). Organisierte mangels offizieller Ausstellungsmöglichkeiten die berühmten 'Dachboden-Ausstellungen' in seinem Atelier im Dresdner Wallgässchen. Wegen dem Bild 'Straße der Befreiung' 1958 Ausschluß aus dem Verband Bildender Künstler. Weilte während dem Mauerbau 1961 mit seiner Familie in Holland und blieb im Westen, das Werk wurde in Dresden beschlagnahmt und blieb bis 1990 unzugänglich. Arbeitete dann in Niederbayern, wo er sich, vereinsamt, verarmt und erblindet, das Leben nahm. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        AGUAFUERTES de Madrid

      n.a. (hacia 1970), S.l. - 18 aguafuertes Los grabadores y los títulos son los siguientes:ESPINOS GISBERT. Detalle del techo del Salón de Sesiones del Ayuntamiento.CASTRO GIL. Plaza MayorPRIETO. Calle de AlcaláGIL. Vista General de MadridCOMPS. Museo del PradoREYES. Sepulcro de Doña Inés de Carvajal en la Capilla del ObispoESPINA. Detalle del Parterre del RetiroESTEVE BOTEY. Puente de ApoloMENENDEZ. Puente de ToledoPEDRAZA OSTOS. Palacio RealGUTIERREZ. Gran VíaPRIETO. Plaza de la PajaREYES. Portada del antiguo HospicioZIEGLER. Casa de Cisneros y AyuntamientoPASCUAL. Convento de las Descalzas RealesPELLICER. Museo del PradoESTRANY. Puerta de AlcaláBRAÑEZ. Torre de los LujanesColección de grabados de gran calidad. Se tiraron muy pocos ejemplares y no se puso a la venta Carpeta de piel, rotulada en latapa superior.

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        The Trials of Jimmy Hoffa

      Chicago: Henry Regnery Company, 1970. First. hardcover. very good(-)/good. 308 pages, 8vo, dark gray cloth with a gilt-stamped spine (edge-worn; chipped at the bottom of the spine), dust wrapper (heavily worn and chipped) in a mylar sleeve. Chicago: Henry Regnery Company, (1970). First edition. A very good(-) copy in a good dust wrapper. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "To My Friend Leo Pereny, James R. Hoffa." Accompanied by a vintage cloth Teamsters patch.

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        Dibuxos de negros.

      - 54 x 45. Galaxia 1970, edición conmemorativa del veinte aniversario de la muerte del autor. Carpeta, está usada, ligeras manchas de humedad. Interior incluye 12 láminas en perfecto estado, edición numerada, nº 53. Muy buen estado. El estuche de la carpeta presenta ligera pérdidas posiblemente por humedad. Algunas manchas de óxido. Texto en gallego. Arte.

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