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        You Dress "Funny." An Experience

      Chicago, Illinois: Joesph J. D'Ambrosio, 1970. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. New/No Jacket. Joe D'Ambrosio. Joe D'Ambrosio was one of America's finest and most innovative printers and book designers. He was also a fine artist and a master at silk screening and serigraphs. This volume of story-graphics was produced completely by hand, type is set in 10pt. Century Schoolbook Bold using a flat bed printing press and sundry silk screen techniques. This is the artists first book in a long line of work spanning three decades. This book is number zero zero one of 100 copies. The first. Signed by D'Ambrosio on colophon page and inscribed to collectors Pat and Trudy Magarick in 1991. I would assume this book is from the artist personal collection, given to his good friends of many years. The book is bound in silver cloth, and consists of 44 leaves which are produced with art paper, tracing paper, newsprint, silver foil, gold foil, machine-copy paper, black construction paper and clear acetate. The book was originally bound in white cloth, which the artist located and rebound them in silver paper. There are approximately 19 silk screens applied to various surfaces. A great book artist showing his wonderful skills in his first book A very rare and wonderful find.

      [Bookseller: Oshtemo Book Sellers]
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        Two photographs, one of the author posing in front of her own famous portrait, the other a b/w small photograph of Menabilly, with manuscript note to verso in the author's hand

      no publisher 's 1970 - Original Colour photograph of Daphne du Maurier standing in front of her own portrait. The latter used among other occasions as the cover for "Growing Pains The Shaping of a Writer" 12.5 x 7.5 cms. Together with a small b/w photograph of Menabilly. Also a well known image of the original Du Maurier residence. . In the author's hand to verso "Menabilly The House of Secrets, approx 1950 when we were living there, 1943-1967"9.5 x 7 cms with a 2 cm closed tear.Intriguingly together with a receipt from the Jamaica Inn Bolventor Cornwall dated 29/1/51 for 2 beef sandwiches [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Finecopy ABA]
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        Kestner-Gesellschaft [Two Hammers].

      Hannover: Kestner-Gesellschaft, 1970.(). Offset lithograph. 59 x 42 cm. Signed in ink. Framed. Edition of 1000. Mikro, 74.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Schwarz-Weiß-Fotografie der Skulptur ?Baum?, rückseitig von Penone mit Kugelschreiber signiert und datiert (1970).

      - 17,6:12,9 cm. Am linken oberen Rand mit leichten Knickspuren. Es handelt sich hierbei vermutlich um eine Aufnahme des Künstlers einer Baum-Skulptur, die im Februar 1970 im Aktionsraum München entstanden ist. Wahrscheinlich ist dies die zweite Baum-Skulptur des Künstlers. Abgebildet in: Katalog G. Penone, Museum Folkwang 1978, S. 23. Vergleiche auch Z. Felix (Hrsg.). Arte Povera 1971 und 20 Jahre danach, S. 11. Depicts most likely Penone?s second tree sculpture The photograph is signed by Penone on reverse. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: M + R Fricke]
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        FIRE STATION - INSCRIBED TO CARL WEISSNER

      Capricorn Press, Santa Barbara 1970 - First Printing, wrappered issue, one of 1,000 copies. Octavo (22.5cm); stiff red wrappers, with titling and a fireman's pole stamped in black and gilt on spine and front cover; [36]pp; illus. Inscribed by the author on the first blank page: "For Carl Weissner - my buddy in the Fatherland. Charles Bukowski. July First / 1970." A Fine copy. A major association copy of this collection of early verse, inscribed just a few months following publication. Carl Weissner (1940-2012) was German author, publisher, translator, and counterculture figure, noted for his translations of William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Andy Warhol, J.G. Ballard, Harold Norse, and others. He enjoyed a long-time friendship with Bukowski, acting as his major translator in Germany, and helping to cement his literary legacy in his native country. Krumhansl 34a. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Captain Ahab's Rare Books]
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        THREE BOOKS FROM THE FANTOD PRESS THE CHINESE OBELISKS | THE OSBICK BIRD | DONALD HAS A DIFFICULTY (In Envelope)

      New York: The Fantod Press, 1970. First Edition. Stapled Pamphlet. Near Fine binding. The three booklets in stapled printed wrappers are just about Near Fine, though the front panel of The Chinese Obelisks has a very faint crease, and the spine extremities have a trace of rubbing. The three housed in the Fantod Press's hot pink envelope with their colophon. The envelope is sunned at the extremities and has a discreet repair to the corner of the fold of the flap. Near Fine binding.

      [Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc.]
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        Lewis Carrolls Wunderhorn. Auswahl der Texte von Max Ernst und Werner Spies. Original-Lithographien von Max Ernst.

      - Stuttgart, manus presse, 1970, Gr.-4°, 78 S., mit 36 farbigen Original-Lithographien von Max Ernst, illustrierter Original-Leinwandeinband in guter Erhaltung (Rücken minimal aufgehellt)mit einfachem Pappschuber (gebräunt) *Auflage 1000 Exemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Martin Barbian & Grund GbR]
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        SEI PERSONAGGI IN CERCA D'AUTORE ENRICO IV

      MONDADORI, VERONA 1970 - GLI OSCAR ITALIANO Inserita nell'opera la cronologia della vita di Pirandello e dei suoi tempi. Introduzione e bibliografia a cura di Corrado Simioni. Numero 233 della collana. Pagine scorrevoli, con lieve ingiallimento ai margini. Inserimento di fotografia in nero del Pirandello all'occhiello. Stampa di bollo SIAE al frontespizio. Lievissima usura ai bordi della copertina; quarta con taglio concavo strappato.

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Overpainted Photographic Cutout Portrait

      New York, 1970. Very good. Amazing, multimedia self-portrait of the greatest surrealist painter in the entire panorama of art. Pictured in a suit with a gold cane, an arresting image, carefully scissors cut on the contours by Dali himself to 7 1/2" X 11 1/8" with attention and forethought, his right eye hand-painted as a bird clock (in the original Piaget sitting it was a gold rondure), his left eye painted as a snail, 2 typical Dali ants (beetles?) on the shirt collars, highlights in gold and traces of light green. Inscribed in black ink to A. Riskin with a pair of beaming hearts, and signed twice by Dali, once following the inscription and again on his upper left cheek. Faint creases at margins, hint of paste on the back, else very good (see this catalog's frontispiece). Archival mat, ultra-violet museum glaze, and gold frame. Ex-Chevalier (The Order of Arts and Letters), Martin Riskin, N. Y. Unique yet prototypical, and not at all like his usually seen post 1960 compositions, which were mostly thin and wispy, often careless, and produced as prints in editions for pelf, defying ethics and credibility (mass-manufactured collectibles for the gullible), which the pragmatic buyer was (and is) sufficiently savvy to largely avoid. But our portrait is not that. It's a one-off flash from the master's vision and whimsy, executed with exceptional care to be presented as a personal gift, enticing enough to hang in the finest home, office, gallery, salon, museum, or even throne room, and not duplicated elsewhere in the canon of Dali's work.

      [Bookseller: Biblioctopus]
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        Where the Wild Things Are

      Harpers, New York 1970 - Early edition. Illustrated in color. [40] pp. 1 vols. Oblong 4to. Inscribed with a Drawing of Max. Inscribed with a drawing of Max on the verso of the front free endpaper, "Dear Sylvia, I love you, from Max and Maurice, on this day, Oct. 8, '72. Ridgefield Conn." The recipient is Sylvia Milgram (d. 2000), museum coordinator at MOMA and Sendak's close friend. Hanrahan A58, note 2 Publisher's cloth-backed pictorial boards. Near fine, in pictorial dust-jacket (spine toned, small closed tears and edgewear) with Caldecott medal, $4.95 price and mention of 1970 Hans Christian Andersen Illustrator's Medal on back flap Illustrated in color. [40] pp. 1 vols. Oblong 4to [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The Job

      Jonathan Cape, London 1970 - The uncorrected proof copy of the first British edition (following a French edition) of this interview with Burroughs by Daniel Odier. Inscribed by Burroughs to Richard Aaron. An excellent association copy: Aaron was the bookseller who helped negotiate the sale of Burroughs' archive to Roberto Altmann in Liechtenstein, and he was also involved in the sale that brought the archive back to the U.S., when Robert Jackson bought it from Altmann. Aaron also published Burroughs, under his Am Here Books imprint. Near fine in a near fine, proof dust jacket, which is crumpled at the crown from where it extends above the proof. It is safe to guess that proof copies of this edition are scarce, let alone ones with a significant association. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA (Lopezbooks)]
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        Scrapbook]: Lassie

      1970 - Quarto measuring 12" x 12.5". String-tied green leatherette album with gilt decorations. Contains 27 color or black and white silver gelatin photographs measuring 3.5" x 3.5" with captions. Near fine album with some edgewear with fine contents.A photo album collecting newspaper clippings, promotion prints, shooting schedules, and photographs from the 1969-1970 season of Lassie. It appears the compiler was friends with the assistant trainer, Sam Williamson, and he is referred to throughout the album. The album opens with a large promotion photo of Lassie with a paw print. This is followed by newspaper clippings with handwritten notes and addendums to the articles. The season that is depicted in this scrapbook featured Lassie working with the U.S. Forest Rangers and one image in a clipping shows him posed with an actor playing the ranger with a handwritten caption which reads, "unfortunately Lassie and Jack do not have a mutual love, and the hardest order for Lassie to preform is to show affection for Jack." Other clippings discuss Lassie's trips to Cortez, New Mexico, visits to children's hospitals, and promotional trips across the country. One page reads that although Lassie is referred to as a "she" the dog was actually a "he" and the pronouns are corrected throughout. One note reads, "Lassie #4 is a male, others are retired. He has a stand-in Lassie that does a lot of the scenes like swimming in the water -- which Lassie dislike, also to save Lassie from danger." A section of 7 pages includes a detailed shooting schedule for an episode which ends "end of 76th day." Towards the end of the album there are polaroids of Lassie, his trainer Sam, and two fans Thelma and Paul in a hotel room. Some of the photos show Lassie cuddled up next to Thelma and Paul, one of which shows him kissing Thelma. Thelma's travel tickets are also featured on a page with a tab that reads "Thanksgiving 1970." It seems that Thelma was friends with Sam Williamson and may have compiled the album. The final pages show Thelma and her family at a party in late 1970.Between 1964 and 1970 the Lassie storyline took place with the U.S. Forest Service which are referred to as the "Ranger years." The dog who played Lassie was the son of the original dog all of which were owned and trained by Rudd Weatherwax. Baby played Lassie for two of the Ranger Years season before dying at the age of 8, he was followed by Mire who is seen in this album.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        [Scrapbook]: Lassie

      1970. Near Fine. Quarto measuring 12" x 12.5". String-tied green leatherette album with gilt decorations. Contains 27 color or black and white silver gelatin photographs measuring 3.5" x 3.5" with captions. Near fine album with some edgewear with fine contents.A photo album collecting newspaper clippings, promotion prints, shooting schedules, and photographs from the 1969-1970 season of Lassie. It appears the compiler was friends with the assistant trainer, Sam Williamson, and he is referred to throughout the album. The album opens with a large promotion photo of Lassie with a paw print. This is followed by newspaper clippings with handwritten notes and addendums to the articles. The season that is depicted in this scrapbook featured Lassie working with the U.S. Forest Rangers and one image in a clipping shows him posed with an actor playing the ranger with a handwritten caption which reads, "unfortunately Lassie and Jack do not have a mutual love, and the hardest order for Lassie to preform is to show affection for Jack." Other clippings discuss Lassie's trips to Cortez, New Mexico, visits to children's hospitals, and promotional trips across the country. One page reads that although Lassie is referred to as a "she" the dog was actually a "he" and the pronouns are corrected throughout. One note reads, "Lassie #4 is a male, others are retired. He has a stand-in Lassie that does a lot of the scenes like swimming in the water -- which Lassie dislike, also to save Lassie from danger." A section of 7 pages includes a detailed shooting schedule for an episode which ends "end of 76th day." Towards the end of the album there are polaroids of Lassie, his trainer Sam, and two fans Thelma and Paul in a hotel room. Some of the photos show Lassie cuddled up next to Thelma and Paul, one of which shows him kissing Thelma. Thelma's travel tickets are also featured on a page with a tab that reads "Thanksgiving 1970." It seems that Thelma was friends with Sam Williamson and may have compiled the album. The final pages show Thelma and her family at a party in late 1970.Between 1964 and 1970 the Lassie storyline took place with the U.S. Forest Service which are referred to as the "Ranger years." The dog who played Lassie was the son of the original dog all of which were owned and trained by Rudd Weatherwax. Baby played Lassie for two of the Ranger Years season before dying at the age of 8, he was followed by Mire who is seen in this album.

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        The Complete Fly Fisherman: The Notes and Letters of Theodore Gordon

      The Theodore Gordon Fly Fishers, New York 1970 - Deluxe limited edition (#4 of 50), signed by McDonald and publisher Arnold Gingrich. Octavo (23 cm), pp. xli, [3], 551, [4]. Dark blue full-calf with gilt-stamped titling, borders, dentelles,and fishing and dry fly motifs, and gilt top edge. In fine, dark blue cloth-covered slipcase, with marbled endpapers, followed by pictorial spread of riverine solitary fishing scene. Includes preface by Gingrich, foreword and introduction by McDonald, illustrations by Robert Ball, and appendices (Bruns, M116).Gordon was a fly-fishing hermit who wrote under the pseudonym Badger Hackle. His writings are credited with popularizing dry-fly fishing in America. His work was compiled by McDonald (author of the Origins of Angling) after his death into this volume, which was originally published in 1947. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Elk River Books (IOBA, RMABA)]
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        REAL ESTATE OPPORTUNITIES

      np: np, 1970. First Edition. Wraps. Near fine. 8vo. Publisher's wraps in original glassine. Touches of toning and edgewear to glassine, with price sticker at front flap. Trivial touches of wear to wraps. Interior bright and clean, with distributor label pasted at inside of rear wrap. Near fine. The last of Ruscha's books in his "house style," a 7" x 5.5" format, with forty-eight pages and a three-line title printed on cream wrappers with a glassine dust jacket. A selection of sober black and white photographs of vacant lots in and around Los Angeles. The opportunities of the title are reflected in the openness of the vacant lots, a blank slate on which one can project their fantasies of a different life, a sort of synecdoche of Los Angeles. As Peter Schjeldahl said of Ruscha's work, "To know the art of Ed Ruscha, you should know something about Los Angeles, and the reverse: knowing something about Ruscha's art with help you with Los Angeles." [Phillpot, CATALOGUE RAISONNE, 74].

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        Overpainted Photographic Cutout Portrait

      New York: 1970. Amazing, multimedia self-portrait of the greatest surrealist painter in the entire panorama of art. Pictured in a suit with a gold cane, an arresting image, carefully scissors cut on the contours by Dali himself to 7 1/2" X 11 1/8" with attention and forethought, his right eye hand-painted as a bird clock (in the original Piaget sitting it was a gold rondure), his left eye painted as a snail, 2 typical Dali ants (beetles?) on the shirt collars, highlights in gold and traces of light green. Inscribed in black ink to A. Riskin with a pair of beaming hearts, and signed twice by Dali, once following the inscription and again on his upper left cheek. Faint creases at margins, hint of paste on the back, else very good (see this catalog's frontispiece). Archival mat, ultra-violet museum glaze, and gold frame. Ex-Chevalier (The Order of Arts and Letters), Martin Riskin, N. Y. Unique yet prototypical, and not at all like his usually seen post 1960 compositions, which were mostly thin and wispy, often careless, and produced as prints in editions for pelf, defying ethics and credibility (mass-manufactured collectibles for the gullible), which the pragmatic buyer was (and is) sufficiently savvy to largely avoid. But our portrait is not that. It's a one-off flash from the master's vision and whimsy, executed with exceptional care to be presented as a personal gift, enticing enough to hang in the finest home, office, gallery, salon, museum, or even throne room, and not duplicated elsewhere in the canon of Dali's work. Very good.

      [Bookseller: Biblioctopus]
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        Mastering the Art of French Cooking: Volume II

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. First edition stated, first printing. Signed by Julia Child on the front free end paper. Very Good, showing some signs of use in a kitchen: light discoloration to topstain, staining to rear cover, and a bit of waviness and creasing to several pages. Fading to spine cloth and light rubbing at tips. The second volume of the culinary classic, signed by Julia Child.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Bob's Birthday with his Animal Friends.

      1970.(). Original ink drawing on thick vellum. 11.75 x 9 inches on sheet size 15.5 x 12 inches.Preliminary pencil drawing verso. Signed dated '70 and numbered 1/1 beneath the image lower right. Allen Say (born James Allen Koichi Moriwaki Seii in 1937; surname written Seii ( ?) in Japanese is an Asian American writer and illustrator, living in Oregon. Confirmed as an original work by the artist.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Monetary Statistics of the United States: Estimates, Sources, Methods

      New York: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. Name crossed out on front end paper, else fine. Jacket chipped at head, a bit of rubbing and a few small nicks and closed tears, price intact ($15.00). A very nice copy. Co-written by the Nobel laureate, a kind of post-script to the authors' A Monetary History of the United States 1867-1960.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books ]
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        ANNALI DELLA SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE DI PISA Serie II Vol XXXIX

      PISA: SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE DI PISA, 1970. BROSSURA. BUONO. 21 28. I II USATO

      [Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBab]
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        Fantastic Mr. Fox

      London: George Allen and Unwin, 1970. First Edition. Very Good. First British edition, first printing. Very Good. Very Good. Storage odor to pages. One page edge torn, with associated wear. Fading to lettering on spine with several small stray marks. A lovely copy of the first British edition.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books ]
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        Solaris

      New York: Walker and Company, 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition in English, first printing. Near Fine, in Near Fine dust jacket with price intact. Light foxing to end papers. Small black mark to spine. Boards show light browning and light wear at top edge. The dust jacket shows light foxing to verso, slight toning to spine and touches of rubbing at the extremities. A stunning example.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books ]
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        Overpainted Photographic Cutout Portrait

      New York, 1970. Very good. Amazing, multimedia self-portrait of the greatest surrealist painter in the entire panorama of art. Pictured in a suit with a gold cane, an arresting image, carefully scissors cut on the contours by Dali himself to 7 1/2" X 11 1/8" with attention and forethought, his right eye hand-painted as a bird clock (in the original Piaget sitting it was a gold rondure), his left eye painted as a snail, 2 typical Dali ants (beetles?) on the shirt collars, highlights in gold and traces of light green. Inscribed in black ink to A. Riskin with a pair of beaming hearts, and signed twice by Dali, once following the inscription and again on his upper left cheek. Faint creases at margins, hint of paste on the back, else very good (see this catalog's frontispiece). Archival mat, ultra-violet museum glaze, and gold frame. Ex-Chevalier (The Order of Arts and Letters), Martin Riskin, N. Y. Unique yet prototypical, and not at all like his usually seen post 1960 compositions, which were mostly thin and wispy, often careless, and produced as prints in editions for pelf, defying ethics and credibility (mass-manufactured collectibles for the gullible), which the pragmatic buyer was (and is) sufficiently savvy to largely avoid. But our portrait is not that. It's a one-off flash from the master's vision and whimsy, executed with exceptional care to be presented as a personal gift, enticing enough to hang in the finest home, office, gallery, salon, museum, or even throne room, and not duplicated elsewhere in the canon of Dali's work.

      [Bookseller: Biblioctopus]
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        ARCHIGRAM NINE [9]

      (London): (Archigram), 1970. First Edition. Wraps. Very good +. Small 4to. Pictorial self-wraps, side-stapled; pages double-wide and folded vertically. Very good plus to near fine. Light curling and creasing to upper-right edge of front cover. Minimal crease to rear corner. Lacks the originally attached packet of seeds. Else clean and crisp; bright and vivid. Final issue of this important little magazine of radical architecture. Proclaiming in this issue's editorial that "[a]rchitecture students are restless," the young Archigram group operated from a utopian futurist viewpoint, envisioning a psychedelic, Buckminster Fuller-inspired future, with technology leading the way in creating a better world. As Mike Webb put it, the group was founded "because we felt at the time that very exciting things were happening [in architecture], as indeed they were," particularly in the US -- but London lacked an avant garde and felt "empty and lifeless" [CLIP STAMP FOLD, p. 27]. ARCHIGRAM NINE consists of explosive, multicolored ilustrations of architectural projects, both real and imagined, involving a diverse array of ideas including the robotization of daily life and "whole earth" systems theories. Above all, the intent of the magazine was to indulge in a kind of inspirational reverie -- as expressed in the editorial, "the objective is quite sharp: to get things moving by the collective effort and dynamic of everybody who might read ARCHIGRAM 9."

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        William the Lawless.

      George Newnes, London. 1970 - First edition. Octavo. 157 pages. Illustrations by Henry Ford.Erasure of some sort of inscription on the verso of the half-title, below the list of other books by the author, otherwise a very good indeed, bright copy in very good dustwrapper rubbed at the hinges of the spine and dustwrapper flaps and with a short enclosed tear at top edge of upper panel. The dustwrapper is notoriously prone to wear. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB]
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        THE DRAWINGS OF THE FLORENTINE PAINTERS.

      1970, CHICAGO, 3 VOLL. IN COF. 3 volumes. Vol. 1: The university of Chicago Press, Chicago 1970. Cm: 28.5x22. Pages: 367. Canvas binding. State of conservation: excellent. Vol. 2: The university of Chicago Press, Chicago 1970. Cm: 28.5x22. Pages: 388. Canvas binding. State of conservation: excellent. Vol. 3: The university of Chicago Press, Chicago 1970. Cm: 28.5x22. 1009 illustrations. Canvas binding. State of conservation: excellent.

      [Bookseller: Libreria 3 Libretti Sul Como']
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        L'INTERPRETAZIONE DEI SOGNI

      NEWTON, 1970. ITALIANO 0,43 Volume primo della collana in brossura editoriale morbida. Lievissima usura alla testa del dorso ed alle angolature della copertina. Pagine nitide, scorrevoli; presenza di becche inferiori da pagina 161 a pagina 164. tagli regolari con minima fioritura al taglio di testa. USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Salmon of the World

      New York: Winchester Press, 1970. Hardcover. Very good. Limited edition of 750 copies of which this is no. 486. 63 p. 41 cm. 30 colour plates by the author in front folder. 30 smaller b&w illustrations in text. One fly hook and one fly hook illustration on dedication page. Blue cloth spine with marbled paper boards. In matching slipcase with light wear on lower spine. Signed twice by Schwiebert, once on copyright page and on p. 7. First plate has slight discolouration. Ernie Schwiebert was a renowned angler and angling author, a pioneer in the fishery conservation movement, and involved in the founding of Trout Unlimited. The foreword is by Arnold Gingrich, co-founder of Esquire and another famous fly-fisherman.

      [Bookseller: Attic Books]
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        The Collected Works.

      New York: Grove Press,, 1970. [Cascando and Other Short Dramatic Pieces; Film; Endgame; Happy Days; How It Is; Krapp's Last Tape and Other Dramatic Pieces; More Pricks Than Kicks; Murphy; Poems in English; Proust; Stories & Texts for Nothing; Molloy; Malone Dies; The Unnamable; Waiting for Godot; Watt.] 16 volumes, octavo. Original black cloth, gilt titles to spines and front covers, blue marbled endpapers. Spines slightly faded, front free endpaper of Malone Dies slightly creased. An excellent set. Signed limited edition, number 89 of 200 copies signed by the author to the front of Waiting For Godot. This was the first collected set of Beckett's works, issued in both a trade edition and this present signed edition; neither is common complete.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Rome/ Italie1460-1500/ Italie 15001540

      NRF Univers des formes 1970 - Trois grand livres /3 titres de l'univers des formes dirigée par André Malraux . Plus de 1200 pages d'illustrations [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Michel Guay]
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