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        Ein Krankenbesuch.

      - Kohle, laviert. Monogrammiert. 32,2:43,8 cm. Text: Bei dem Sauwetter, bei dem damischen, meld’ma sich am besten glei’krank. Literatur: Simplicissimus. Bilder aus dem „Simplicissimus". Hrsg. Von H. Reinoß, Hannover, 1970, S. 260. 1899 in Stuttgart (Feuerbach) geboren, absolvierte Otto Herrmann die Volksschule und eine Lehre als Chemiegraph, bevor er als Freiwilliger in den Ersten Weltkrieg zog. Der militärische Drill die Kriegserlebnisse, und die materielle Armut haben den Künstler geprägt und schlugen sich unmittelbar in seinem Werk nieder. Anfang der 1920er Jahre wurde Otto Herrmann auf die Stuttgarter Kunstakademie aufgenommen. Studienaufenthalte führten ihn nach München, Paris und Italien. Bei Prof. Altherr absolvierte er 1928 die Meisterklasse. Danach arbeitete er als freier Maler und gesellschaftskritischer Zeichner für Zeitschriften wie Simplicissimus und Jugend. In dieser Zeit schloss sich Otto Herrmann der ARBK (Assoziation revolutionärer bildender Künstler) an. Einer der führenden Köpfe der ARBK war der Arzt und Schriftsteller Friedrich Wolf, für dessen Arbeiter-Theaterstücke Herrmann Bühnenbilder und Masken malte. Aus dieser Zeit ist wenig erhalten – eine Bombe zerstörte 1944 sein Atelier. Während des Dritten Reiches war es ihm kaum noch möglich künstlerisch zu arbeiten. 1936 soll er Ausstellungsverbot erhalten haben und im Zuge der Aktion "Entartete Kunst" wurde 1937 ein Ölbild von ihm aus der Sammlung der Staatsgalerie entfernt. In diesem Jahr heiratete er Maria Herrmann, um ihre Verbindung nach mehr als 15 Jahren zu legitimieren. Trotzdem verließ er Stuttgart vorübergehend, um in München eine Stelle als Autotypie-Ätzer anzunehmen. Schließlich wurde er ein zweites Mal zum Militärdienst eingezogen und in ein Ausbildungslager für schwere Artillerie in Brünn (Tschechien) geschickt. Dem Einsatz an der Westfront entging er schließlich durch eine Freistellung zur Industriearbeit. Bekannt wurde Otto Herrmann zunächst 1950 für seine Serie DIE VERDAMMTEN; ein Zyklus aus Lithografien und Zeichnungen, inspiriert von Plieviers Roman "Stalingrad". Die Ausstellung der Grafiken löste in Stuttgart einen Skandal aus. Sein Anliegen, die äußerste Entwürdigung und Verlorenheit des Menschen im Kriegsgeschehen ins Bewusstsein zu bringen, trug ihm den Vorwurf ein, die deutschen Soldaten zu diffamieren. Diese erste große Aufmerksamkeit ließ Herrmann an der Serie weiter arbeiten und ein Buchprojekt in Angriff nehmen. Doch das aufstrebende Wirtschaftswunder und vor allem die Wiederbewaffnung der Bundesrepublik entzogen ihm den Boden bzw. das Publikum. Der Zyklus wurde zwar noch einige Male ausgestellt und von Sammlungen angekauft, doch Otto Herrmann war seither als der "Stalingrad-Maler" abgestempelt und zog sich frustriert über dieses Missverständnis zurück. Erst im Zuge einer Politisierung der Kunst durch die "68er" und eine Aufwertung gegenständlicher Malerei durch die "Neuen Wilden" bzw. die "Neoexpressionisten" rückten Otto Herrmanns Werke wieder in den Fokus des öffentlichen Interesses.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Plausible Auskunft". Ober und Gast.

      - Tuschfeder- und Tuschpinselzeichnung, Bleistift, blau laviert. Signiert. 22,9:31,7 cm. Text: Sagen Sie, was ist denn da für ein Unterschied zwischen dem Rheinwein zu 5 Mark und dem zu 6? Antwort: Eine Mark. Literatur: Simplicissimus. Bilder aus dem „Simplicissimus". Hrsg. v. H. Reinoß, Hannover, 1970, SS. 77, 286; Flemig, SS. 214/15. Maler, Zeichner, Mitarbeiter „Jugend" und „Simplicissimus" (nach dem Tode von Engl).

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        Ein Krankenbesuch.

      . Kohle, laviert. Monogrammiert. 32,2:43,8 cm. Text: Bei dem Sauwetter, bei dem damischen, meld'ma sich am besten glei'krank. Literatur: Simplicissimus. Bilder aus dem "Simplicissimus". Hrsg. Von H. Reinoß, Hannover, 1970, S. 260.. 1899 in Stuttgart (Feuerbach) geboren, absolvierte Otto Herrmann die Volksschule und eine Lehre als Chemiegraph, bevor er als Freiwilliger in den Ersten Weltkrieg zog. Der militärische Drill die Kriegserlebnisse, und die materielle Armut haben den Künstler geprägt und schlugen sich unmittelbar in seinem Werk nieder. Anfang der 1920er Jahre wurde Otto Herrmann auf die Stuttgarter Kunstakademie aufgenommen. Studienaufenthalte führten ihn nach München, Paris und Italien. Bei Prof. Altherr absolvierte er 1928 die Meisterklasse. Danach arbeitete er als freier Maler und gesellschaftskritischer Zeichner für Zeitschriften wie Simplicissimus und Jugend. In dieser Zeit schloss sich Otto Herrmann der ARBK (Assoziation revolutionärer bildender Künstler) an. Einer der führenden Köpfe der ARBK war der Arzt und Schriftsteller Friedrich Wolf, für dessen Arbeiter-Theaterstücke Herrmann Bühnenbilder und Masken malte. Aus dieser Zeit ist wenig erhalten - eine Bombe zerstörte 1944 sein Atelier. Während des Dritten Reiches war es ihm kaum noch möglich künstlerisch zu arbeiten. 1936 soll er Ausstellungsverbot erhalten haben und im Zuge der Aktion "Entartete Kunst" wurde 1937 ein Ölbild von ihm aus der Sammlung der Staatsgalerie entfernt. In diesem Jahr heiratete er Maria Herrmann, um ihre Verbindung nach mehr als 15 Jahren zu legitimieren. Trotzdem verließ er Stuttgart vorübergehend, um in München eine Stelle als Autotypie-Ätzer anzunehmen. Schließlich wurde er ein zweites Mal zum Militärdienst eingezogen und in ein Ausbildungslager für schwere Artillerie in Brünn (Tschechien) geschickt. Dem Einsatz an der Westfront entging er schließlich durch eine Freistellung zur Industriearbeit. Bekannt wurde Otto Herrmann zunächst 1950 für seine Serie DIE VERDAMMTEN; ein Zyklus aus Lithografien und Zeichnungen, inspiriert von Plieviers Roman "Stalingrad". Die Ausstellung der Grafiken löste in Stuttgart einen Skandal aus. Sein Anliegen, die äußerste Entwürdigung und Verlorenheit des Menschen im Kriegsgeschehen ins Bewusstsein zu bringen, trug ihm den Vorwurf ein, die deutschen Soldaten zu diffamieren. Diese erste große Aufmerksamkeit ließ Herrmann an der Serie weiter arbeiten und ein Buchprojekt in Angriff nehmen. Doch das aufstrebende Wirtschaftswunder und vor allem die Wiederbewaffnung der Bundesrepublik entzogen ihm den Boden bzw. das Publikum. Der Zyklus wurde zwar noch einige Male ausgestellt und von Sammlungen angekauft, doch Otto Herrmann war seither als der "Stalingrad-Maler" abgestempelt und zog sich frustriert über dieses Missverständnis zurück. Erst im Zuge einer Politisierung der Kunst durch die "68er" und eine Aufwertung gegenständlicher Malerei durch die "Neuen Wilden" bzw. die "Neoexpressionisten" rückten Otto Herrmanns Werke wieder in den Fokus des öffentlichen Interesses.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        "Plausible Auskunft". Ober und Gast.

      . Tuschfeder- und Tuschpinselzeichnung, Bleistift, blau laviert. Signiert. 22,9:31,7 cm. Text: Sagen Sie, was ist denn da für ein Unterschied zwischen dem Rheinwein zu 5 Mark und dem zu 6? Antwort: Eine Mark. Literatur: Simplicissimus. Bilder aus dem "Simplicissimus". Hrsg. v. H. Reinoß, Hannover, 1970, SS. 77, 286; Flemig, SS. 214/15.. Maler, Zeichner, Mitarbeiter "Jugend" und "Simplicissimus" (nach dem Tode von Engl).

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        Picasso 347; 347 Engravings That Picasso Executed At Mougins from March 16th to October 5th, 1968

      New York: Random House, 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Picasso. Two volume set with slipcase and original packing materials. Text block clean and bindings tight. Velour fresh. Non-U.S. buyers: Please check with us on shipping fees BEFORE placing your order.

      [Bookseller: Liberty Book Store IOBA FABA]
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        Valéry face à ses idoles EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: L'Herne, 1970. Fine. L'Herne, Paris 1970, 13,5x21cm, broché. - Edition for of wich no leading copies exists. Autograph signed by the author. Small marginal head of the first flat bites. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Envoi autographe signé de Emil Michel Cioran. Petites piqûres marginales en tête du premier plat.

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        The Case for Reappraisal of U.S. Overseas Information Policies and Programs, Incorporating Congressman Fascell's Report

      Praeger, 1970, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair, First Edition. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall, 316 pages. Published in cooperation with The Emergency Committee for Reappraisal of U.S. Overseas Policies and Programs, and The Overseas Press Club Foundation, Edward R. Murrow Memorial Fund. In light of the communications revolution of the last fifty years, this work addresses the urgent need for the U.S. Overseas Information Agency (USIA) to "be brought into line with changed political conditions, the new techniques of communication, and the findings of social scientists." - from Preface. Moderate wear. Binding intact. Usual library markings. A sound copy, Former Library Copy

      [Bookseller: RareNonFiction.com]
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        S/Z EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Seuil, 1970. Fine. Seuil, Paris 1970, 14x20,5cm, broché. - Edition for of wich no leading copies exists. Autograph signed by the author journalist and historian Antoine Casanova. Spine slightly lightened by sun light, clear wetness on the upper edge, a pale spot at the top of the first flat. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Envoi autographe signé de Roland Barthes au journaliste et historien Antoine Casanova. Dos légèrement insolé, une claire mouillure sur la tranche supérieure, une pâle tache en tête du premier plat.

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        Only the Ball Was White (Jackie Robinson's Copy)

      Englewood Cliifs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1970. 1st. Cloth. Collectible; Fine/Fine. A very important ASSOCIATION copy, BELONGING TO JACKIE ROBINSON!! LAID-IN IS AN IMMACULATE PRENTICE-HALL REVIEW SLIP, ADDRESSED TO JACKIE ROBINSON VIA HIS NEW YORK AGENT. An unusually clean, crisp copy to boot of the 1970 1st edition of this highly-regarded history of the Negro Leagues. Tight and Near Fine in a bright, price-intact, Near Fine dustjacket. For obvious reasons, it's almost impossible to overstate the significance of this copy.

      [Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA]
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        History of Magic & Experimental Science ( 8 Volume Set, complete ).

      Columbia University Press circa 1970, New York, NY - Hardcovers. Eight Volume Set. Large 8vos. Vol. I: xl + 836pp.; Vol. II: viii + 1036pp.; Vol. III: xxvi + 830pp.; Vol. IV: xviii + 770pp.; Vol. V: xxii + 696pp. ; Vol. VI: xviii + 766pp. Vol. VII: x + 696pp. Vol. VIII: viii + 808pp. Original matched green cloth. Indexes & biblios. A complete set of Thorndike's classic History of Magic. Vols. I & II: The First Thirteen Centuries, Vols. II & IV: Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries; Vols. V & VI: Sixteenth Century. Vols. VII & VIII: Seventeenth Century. The volumes which make up the set were first published between 1923 and 1958 - those in this set are all later printings. The set was bought new in about 1980, so it presumably dates from around that periold. Vols. I & II: The First Thirteen Centuries, Vols. II & IV: Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries; Vols. V & VI: Sixteenth Century. Vols. VII & VIII: Seventeenth Century. A little light shelf rubbing, light bruising to spine ends, top edges a bit darkened, creases across index pages of first volume (publisher's flaw), otherwise a bright clean near Fine set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Weiser Antiquarian Books, Inc.]
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        ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE

      Harper & Row, New York 1970 - Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust jacket. Second state, jacket with a "." instead of an exclamation mark at the end of the first paragraph on the front flap; price is unclipped. Jacket is in very nice shape overall though on the rear panel there is two tears inexpertly repaired with tape else a Near Fine copy. ; A Signed copy. Inscribed and dated in 1991 on the dedication page by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. ; 9.13 X 6.57 X 1.11 inches; 120 pages; Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rare Book Cellar]
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        Kiosk with Magazines, Pedestrians and Subway logo [New York City]

      San Francisco: Circa 1970s. - Oil on canvas. Signed lower right. 20 x 24 inches. Unframed. John J. Payne (1928-1999) was a San Francisco based artist. He studied with Lorser Feitelson at the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. Payne painted in a naif and hard edge style. He exhibited in the Tillman Place Gallery and the Maxwell Gallery in the 1950s and 1960s. The artist's sister, Frances Payne, PhD, numbered each of the artist's works. This is Work no. 77. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        POEM OF THE MONTH CLUB (48 single leaf Poems with many accompanying letters and notifications from the editors.Poem broadsheets signed by all 48 contributors including: Stevie Smith; C. Day Lewis; Philip Larkin; Robert Graves; Stephen Spender; Anthony Thwaite; Elizabeth Jennings; Stevie Smith; W.H. Auden; Seamus Heaney;John Betjeman et al.)

      London : Bourton Dorset : Poem-of-the-Month Club 1970 - Complete portfolio of "Poem of the Month Club' published by London, Bourton, Dorset from 1970 - 77. 48 unbound paper broadsheets which are contained in the original publisher's portfolio which is in Very Good condition: half pigskin tie folder with title to upper board with some mild scuffing to the pigskin.It retains the original ties.Each broadsheet is in near FINE condition and has been SIGNED by the Poet, with Betjeman’s poem additionally corrected in his own hand.Initially limited to 1000 copies,later folios were as few as 500 or 600.Poets include:Stevie Smith; C. Day Lewis; Philip Larkin; Robert Graves; Stephen Spender; Anthony Thwaite; Elizabeth Jennings; Stevie Smith; W.H. Auden; Seamus Heaney; John Betjeman et al.Also accompanied by various letters and notifications from the editors regarding further information concerning certain poets and poems.A Highlight of 20th Century poetry.Extremely scarce to find as a complete portfolio.Very Collectible. Ashtonrarebooks welcomes direct contact. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Grand Tarot Belline

      Paris: J.-M. Simon France Cartes, 1970. 1970 edition. Beautiful gold-edged set of 78 tarot cards in gilt-&-black embossed box with red velveteen interior. Includes 72pg instruction booklet, in French. Gutter creases to booklet. Outer cardboard box has mild soiling, labels on side, corners of top split. It has, however, done its job of protecting the gilt/black box and cards within. . Cards. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Used.

      [Bookseller: Wyrdhoard Books]
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        Shakespeare - World First Printing

      Jonathan Cape London 1970 - VERY RARE SIGNED FIRST PRINTING. No bumped corners. Binding tight and firm. Red cloth with silver gilt and black spine. No marks or signs of wear. This has obviously been kept in careful storage. SIGNED by the author on the title page. Javcket is now protected with mylar but it is Very Good rather than Fine because it has been price clipped and the top of the spine is chipped. A superb and rare collectable of this typically trenchant, fresh, and original examination of one of the author's great heroes. A superb book. Language: eng [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: THE BOOKSNIFFER]
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        Poems From The Hills, 1970; Poems From The Hills, 1971; From The Hills, 1972 ... a story in prose verse and graphics; Scimitar and Song, 1976, Togther with Signed Releases [Signed 98X]

      MHC Publications [Morris Harvey College], 1970, 1971, 1972, 1976, Wrappers, Book Condition: Very Good, First edition. Full Author Name: Plumley, William [Editor]; Buck, Pearl S.; Pease, Louise McNeill; Nemerov, Howard; Bode, Carl; Smith, Janet; Bly, Robert; Dickey, James; Eberhart, Richard; Price, Eugenia; Sheen, Martin; Jesse Stuart; Lee Pennington; Buck, Arthur C.; John Foster West, Judson Jerome, X. J. Kennedy and many others. Four copies of Poems From The Hills, a publication of Morris Harvey College [now known as The University of Charleston], each edited by William Plumley, Poet and Professor, and each of which was his personal copy; TOGETHER WITH the Plumley's copy of the 1976 issue of Scimitar and Song, TOGETHER WITH nineteen original signed Photoslide and Audiotape Releases obtained by Plumley and the College in connection with the 1977 Appalachian Festival. Each copy of Poems From the Hills is in Very Good condition with some modest marking, handling soil, and signs of use, and each Release is in Fine condition. Two copies of the 1971 issue are here presented, one of which lacks pp 29 - 44 and, in lieu thereof, contains a second set of pp 13 - 28. [We presume that Plumley noted the missing pages from this copy and thus retained both the copy which was missing pages and a complete copy as well. Each copy is signed by multiple contributors.] The 1970 edition has been signed by Louise McNeill Pease (and inscribed by her to Kathleen Burton), Eugenia Price (at each of her two contributions), Hollis Summers, Richard Eberhart, Carl Bode, Robert Bly, Howard Nemerov, James Dickey, Arthur C. Buck, Doris C. Miller, Ruth Ann Musick, W. F. Lee; Wallace E. Knight, O. Ralph Mitchell, Linda Delekta, Steven R. Hayes, Maralee G. Davis [Thibault], Jesse Stuart, and Jane Stuart. The misbound 1971 edition has been signed by Marilee Davis, Louise McNeill, John Foster West, Maureen Milicia (at her drawing on the front cover), Janet Smith, Carl Bode, William Plumley, Arthur C. Buck, Muriel Miller Dressler, Lucey Rider Snyder, and Hollis Summers on the front cover and is signed within by Nobel Laureate Pearl S. Buck on the title page and again at her photograph accompanying her Forward where she has signed "your friend, / Pearl S. Buck. / 1971", Richard Eberhart, X. J. Kennedy [at two of his contributions], Hollis Summers, Jesse Stuart, Lee Pennington, Emilie Glen. The properly bound 1971 issue has been signed by Louise McNeill, John Foster West, Maureen Milicia (at her drawing on the front cover), Janet Smith, Carl Bode, William Plumley, Arthur C. Buck, Muriel Miller Dressler, and Lucye Rider Snyder on the front cover and is signed within by Nobel Laureate Pearl S. Buck on the title page and again at her photograph accompanying her Forward where she has signed "your friend, / Pearl S. Buck. / 1971", Richard Eberhart, X. J. Kennedy, Carl Bode, Hollis Summers, Judson Jerome, Mara G. Davis (Gibson), and Jesse Stuart. The 1972 issue has been signed within by Ruth Ann Musick, Muriel Miller Dressley, Arthur C. Buck, Louise McNeill, Avery F. Gaskins, Martin Sheen, Jesse Stuart, Lee Pennington, Monet Adams, and Judson Jerome on the title page and within by Emilie Glen, Carl Bode, Peter Zikovic, and Steve Oakrum. The issue of Scimitar and Song has been inscribed to William Plumley by Co-Editor Jean Sterling on the half-title as follows: "To Bill / Good Writer, Editor, / Teacher and Friend / With All Best Wishes, / Jean (Sterling) / Sept. 6, 1976 and has been signed within by Jean Grau, Dan Levin, Jesse Stuart (twice), William Plumley, and Paul Sabatino. A remarkable collection of works and signatures with a strong connection to Appalachia.

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        Jack's Return Home

      London: Michael Joseph,, 1970. Octavo. Original black boards, titles to spine in silver. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket with some minor abrasions. First edition, first impression of the novel that was filmed as Get Carter starring Michael Caine.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        JACK'S RETURN HOME

      Doubleday and Co., Garden City 1970 - Octavo, cloth. Filmed three times. In 1971 as Get Carter, directed by Mike Hodges and starring Michael Caine and Britt Ekland, in 1972 in the U.S. as Hit Man and again in 2000 as Get Carter with Sylvester Stallone. A fine copy, upper corners very slightly bumped, small erasure mark to front free end paper in a fine dust jacket with a touch of shelf wear to spine ends, tiny closed tear to lower front panel. A very attractive copy. (8889) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB]
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        Le Gout Du Bonheur; a suite of happy, playful, and erotic drawings

      NY: Abrams, 1970. First edition. Hardcover. Loose as issued in orig. cream basket weave linen cloth chemise. Fine in near fine matching folding box printed in red and black, with leather snap closure. 29 pages in text. 32 x 26 cm. Introduction by Jean Marcenac. Limited edition, copy 424 of 666 of this English edition. Seventy-one lithographic plates in color and black and white produced under the personal supervision of Picasso and using a variety of media including crayon, pencil, charcoal, and lithographic tusche that Picasso employed himself in the creation of the originals.

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        Papillon - 1st US Edition/1st Printing

      New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc.. Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1970. First US Edition; First Printing; Signed by Actor. 1/4 Cloth. A Near Fine printing of the first US edition, light sunning to the top edges of boards in Very Good+, price-clipped dust jacket with slight creasing and minor edgewear. SIGNED and inscribed by Academy Award-winning actor Dustin Hoffman directly on the dust-jacket; Based on the best-selling autobiography by French convict Henri Charrière," Papillon" follows the escape escapades of unjustly convicted safecracker Henri "Papillon" Charrière from French penal colonies. Translated by June P. Wilson and Walter Benn Michaels. This enormously successful memoir was adapted into the 1973 Oscar-nominated film, which starred Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman .

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        New Mission Gallery [San Francisco]

      San Francisco: Circa 1970s. - Oil on canvas. Signed lower right. 18 x 24 inches. Unframed. John J. Payne (1928-1999) was a San Francisco based artist. He studied with Lorser Feitelson at the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. Payne painted in a naif and hard edge style. He exhibited in the Tillman Place Gallery and the Maxwell Gallery in the 1950s and 1960s. The artist's sister, Frances Payne, PhD, numbered each of the artist's works. This is Work no. 76. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Der Zirkus der Abenteuer

      Dtv, 1970.. Taschenbuch.

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        Venus in Hollywood. The Continental Enchantress From Garbo to Loren.

      New York: Lyle Stuart, 1970 - Octavo. Original yellow cloth, gilt titles to spine black. With the dust jacket. Mild toning to pages, in the dust jacket with wear to extremities, mild soiling to panels, light abrasion marks to front panel. A very good copy. 16 black and white photographs. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by John Wayne on the front free endpaper.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Marx Engels Werke (in 34 Bänden + Verzeichnis + Ergänzungsband Erster Teil: Schriften bis 1844 - insgesamt 43 Bücher

      Berlin, Dietz Verlag, 1970.. 34 Bände, Die deutsche Ausgabe der Werke von Marx und Engels fusst auf der vom Institut für Marxismus-Leninismus beim ZK der KPdSU besorgten zweiten russischen Ausgabe. gebundene Ausgabe. Ausgetragenes Bibliotheksexemplar, blaue gebundene Ausgabe mit goldener Titelprägung auf dem Deckel und Rücken, Kanten teilweise leicht bestoßen, Seiten altersgemäß leicht angedunkelt, insgesamt in altersgemäß sehr gutem Zustand Schneller Versand, mit Rechnung.

      [Bookseller: Versand-Antiquariat Konrad von Agris]
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        Woman with Red Hair in Profile (with Girl with Black Beret holding a Doll 51-0607)

      San Francisco: Circa 1970s. - Oil on board. Signed upper right verso. 20 x 15.75 inches. Two paintings on either side of board Unframed. John J. Payne (1928-1999) was a San Francisco based artist. He studied with Lorser Feitelson at the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. Payne painted in a naif and hard edge style. He exhibited in the Tillman Place Gallery and the Maxwell Gallery in the 1950s and 1960s. The artist's sister, Frances Payne, PhD, numbered each of the artist's works. This is Work no. 253b. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Dizionario illustrato dei Pittori, Disegnatori e Incisori Italiani Moderni e Contemporanei,

      Patuzzi, 1970 5 Volumi, cm 22x30.5, dal Vol. 1 a Vol. 5 pp. 3586 con moltissime ill. in b / n e a colori, legature in pelle con titoli in oro al piatto e al dorso con sovraccoperte bicrome. Perfetti.

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        Autograph letter signed ("(Satchmo) Louis Armstrong)") to Erich Kauffmann, [Corona, N.Y.] April 5,1970

      1970. Five pages, in ink. Erich Kauffmann was the partner of trombonist Franz Schuritz who formulated the lip salve that Armstrong grew to depend on: "Dear Mr. Kauffmann: My dear friend I always be very happy when I get a letter from you. You and your dear family are Lucille (my wife) and my dear friends. We love you all very very much. We are very happy that we had the thrill to meet you - the family and the Boss Man, Mr. Franz Schuritz. Real fine family And a happy meeting for Lucille and I. We both talk about you all lots and lots of times. I am well again and feeling fine after a long good rest which was what I really needed after traveling so much in show business. My doctor demanded that I do it. Now I am happy that I did. And with attention of my dear Lucille - all is well - I am well and everything is beautiful again. And I promised that I will never work so hard. (Moms) Lucille that is my (love-pet name for her) she joins me in sending you all our love and the best of happiness always. I have also recorded my first record. I'll send one of them to you as soon as they are released. Already it's a big seller here in America. So you must stay happy. And keep making your very good Lip Salve (Anzatz Creme) Louis Armstrong Lip Salve. If no more than make it for me. I'll buy all that you can make. Anytime that you should have a batch of Louis Armstrong's Lip Salve on your hands - just send it on to me at my home. Tell me how much it is and I will gladly send you the money. Now do you understand? I am very serious about this - I live by your Lip Salve and I hope that I will never run out. So what ever amount of Lip Salve that you have in your possession, send it to me. C.O.D. No matter how much the cost. Please understand me when I say these words to you Mr. Kauffmann. I am very serious. I am sure that you will understand the SINCERITY when I speak to Dick Cavett, who is a smart and sincere man. And he was with me all the way and believed every word that I said concerning Mr. Franz Schuritz and that wonderful Lip Salve. God Bless you. Goodnight from (Satchmo) Louis Armstrong." With autograph envelope, return address: "Satchmo, 34-56 107 St, Corona, New York". All five pages are written on the backs of a Harper's Bazaar reprint: "Lose Weight, the Satchmo Way!" recommending Swiss Kriss. According to Jasen and Jones's "Black Bottom Stomp," Armstrong's daily regimen included "a daily dose of Swiss Kriss (an herbal laxative that he swore by), a few applications of the lip salve made for him by a German trombonist named Franz Schuritz, some red beans and rice -- when he could find them on a hotel menu -- and several marijuana cigarettes." According to his obituary in the New York Times (July 7, 1971), "Mr. Armstong's greatest [health] worry was chronic leukoplakia of the lips, what amounted to a tough corn that resulted from blowing his horn. He used a special, imported salve to sooth his lips. 'If you don't look out for your chops and pipes,' he said, 'you can't blow the horn and sing. Anything that'll get in my way doin' that, out it goes. That trumpet comes first, before anything, even my wife.'"

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        Valerio Adami. Derriere le Miroir n. 188, 206, 214, 220

      Paris , MAEGHT, 1970 - Cartella contenente i numeri: 214 (''Le voyage du dessin'', testo di Jacques Derrida, 2 lito a colori a doppia pagina, 10 riproduzioni di disegni, Maggio 1975), 206 (''Dimostrationi'', testo di Pierre Gaudibert, 4 lito originali a colori a piena e doppia pagina, ill. in nero e a colori, Novembre 1973), 220 (Testo tratto dal ''Journal de Valerio Adami'', 3 lito originali a colori a doppia pagina, riproduzioni in nero e a colori delle opere, Ottobre 1976), 188 (Testo di Jacques Dupin e ''Perfusion'' dell'Artista, 7 lito originali a colori a piena e doppia pagina, Novembre 1970). Le dimensioni delle lito sono: cm 38x55,5 e 38x27,5. fascicoli editi dal 1970 al 1976. 4 fascicoli. 4to. pp. 30 circa a fascicolo. . Ottimo (Fine). . . [Maeght, 1983]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed ("(Satchmo) Louis Armstrong)") to Erich Kauffmann, [Corona, N.Y.] April 5,1970

      1970 - Five pages, in ink. Erich Kauffmann was the partner of trombonist Franz Schuritz who formulated the lip salve that Armstrong grew to depend on: "Dear Mr. Kauffmann: My dear friend I always be very happy when I get a letter from you. You and your dear family are Lucille (my wife) and my dear friends. We love you all very very much. We are very happy that we had the thrill to meet you - the family and the Boss Man, Mr. Franz Schuritz. Real fine family And a happy meeting for Lucille and I. We both talk about you all lots and lots of times. I am well again and feeling fine after a long good rest which was what I really needed after traveling so much in show business. My doctor demanded that I do it. Now I am happy that I did. And with attention of my dear Lucille - all is well - I am well and everything is beautiful again. And I promised that I will never work so hard. (Moms) Lucille that is my (love-pet name for her) she joins me in sending you all our love and the best of happiness always. I have also recorded my first record. I'll send one of them to you as soon as they are released. Already it's a big seller here in America. So you must stay happy. And keep making your very good Lip Salve (Anzatz Creme) Louis Armstrong Lip Salve. If no more than make it for me. I'll buy all that you can make. Anytime that you should have a batch of Louis Armstrong's Lip Salve on your hands - just send it on to me at my home. Tell me how much it is and I will gladly send you the money. Now do you understand? I am very serious about this - I live by your Lip Salve and I hope that I will never run out. So what ever amount of Lip Salve that you have in your possession, send it to me. C.O.D. No matter how much the cost. Please understand me when I say these words to you Mr. Kauffmann. I am very serious. I am sure that you will understand the SINCERITY when I speak to Dick Cavett, who is a smart and sincere man. And he was with me all the way and believed every word that I said concerning Mr. Franz Schuritz and that wonderful Lip Salve. God Bless you. Goodnight from (Satchmo) Louis Armstrong." With autograph envelope, return address: "Satchmo, 34-56 107 St, Corona, New York". All five pages are written on the backs of a Harper's Bazaar reprint: "Lose Weight, the Satchmo Way!" recommending Swiss Kriss. According to Jasen and Jones's "Black Bottom Stomp," Armstrong's daily regimen included "a daily dose of Swiss Kriss (an herbal laxative that he swore by), a few applications of the lip salve made for him by a German trombonist named Franz Schuritz, some red beans and rice -- when he could find them on a hotel menu -- and several marijuana cigarettes." According to his obituary in the New York Times (July 7, 1971), "Mr. Armstong's greatest [health] worry was chronic leukoplakia of the lips, what amounted to a tough corn that resulted from blowing his horn. He used a special, imported salve to sooth his lips. 'If you don't look out for your chops and pipes,' he said, 'you can't blow the horn and sing. Anything that'll get in my way doin' that, out it goes. That trumpet comes first, before anything, even my wife.'" [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        One Hundred Years of Solitude

      Harper & Row 1970 - Fine first edition in a near fine first issue dust jacket (exclamation mark on front flap of dust jacket instead of period) with slight loss at top of spine. First Edition stated on the copyright page and no list of numbers in the back of the book on page [424]. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Anonyme Skulpturen. Eine Typologie technischer Bauten.

      Düsseldorf, Art-Press Verlag 1970.. 3 Blätter; 105 Blätter mit 196 Abbildungen auf Tafeln. Auf Rücken und Vorderdeckel mit Titelprägung versehener Original-Leinenband mit beidseitig illustriertem Original-Schutzumschlag. (28,5 x 22,8 cm) 4°.. - Die erste Buchveröffentlichung der beiden Bechers als Widmungsexemplar von Bernhard Becher - Parr/ Badger II, 266. Roth 194 f. Open Book S. 258 f. Auer 802. Dickel S. 77 ff. "Auslieferung: Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln. Wittenborn and Co., New York. Centro Di, Firenze. (...) Textübersetzungen: Perine Macherey [ins Französische] und Richard Bairstow [ins Englische]. (...) Druck: Michelpresse, Düsseldorf. Einband: Karl Hanke, Düsseldorf." Der Schutzumschlag mit minimalen Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, innen gut erhalten. Auf dem vorderen fliegenden Vorsatz recto mit dem Widmungstext "für [xxx] von Bernhard Becher" und dem handschriftlichen Vermerk in Bleistift "30.6.1977". Mit den Kapiteln: "Kalköfen", "Kühltürme", "Hochöfen", "Fördertürme", "Wassertürme", "Gasbehälter" und "Silos". * First edition, first printing. Scarce dedication copy by Bernhard Becher. * * Zahlung mit VISA/ MASTERCARD möglich. Versand mit Deutsche Post oder DHL. *

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        PARZIVAL TITUREL TAGELIEDER. Faksimile und Kommentarband. 2 Bände., Cgm 19 der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek München. Transkription der Texte von Gerhard Augst, Otfried Ehrismann und Heinz Engels, mit einem Beitrag zur Geschichte der Handschrift von Fridolin Dreßler.

      Stuttgart, Verlag Müller und Schindler, 1970 - 49 S., 76v, sehr gut erhalten. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2500 4°, Faksimile im Ganzledereinband, Kommentar im Leineneinband, Schuber

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        Master & Commander

      UK: Collins, 1970 First UK edition, Very Good book with some slant to spine and page block at top, boards slightly bowed, lightly pushed spine ends, touch of sun yellowing along top edges; in a Very Good  jacket that has light edge and corner wear with some color loss particularly at top of spine and front corners, mild sun fade and yellowing to spine, light age yellowing along edges and flap folds. The first book in the Jack Aubry series.

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        A group of letters from American authors consisting of 36 typed and autograph letters and 7 cards, signed

      places 1970 - 51 pages, 7 cards and a post card. 1 vols. various sizes. Columbia Writer's Conference. Much of the correspondence relates to the Writers Conference that Humphreys directed for Columbia University, authors sending in acceptances and regrets, some relate to grants and others from friends such as Leoni Adams Troy consisting of seven cards with notes (some additional leaves inserted) and two letters (one seven pages); a postcard from Babette Deutsch, two letters from Wallace Markfield, a lengthy autograph letter from Marguerite Young and an autograph note from Richard Elman concerning Paul Berman written on the verso of a typed letter from Berman to Elman; Among the correspondents writing to the Humphreys were William Gaddis, George P. Elliott, Grace Paley, Alice Morris, Roger Angell, John Hawkes (2), Jacques Barzun, Emanuel Celler, Evan Connell, Alan Dugan, Norman Podhoretz, Burroughs Mitchell, Mark Schorer, Marya Mannes (2), Stanley Kunitz, Bill Kelley, Gerald Sykes, Roger L. Stevens (3), Robert Deane Pharr (2), and Dave Ignatow. There are also letters from Robert Phelps, Ken McCormick and Curt Harnack. To J. Richard Humphreys (and some to his wife Peggy). Folded, some with envelopes, generally in very good condition 51 pages, 7 cards and a post card. 1 vols. various sizes

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        Dialogue de mes lampes suivi de Tabou et de Déchu & §CAMACHO#Jorge§§|& §TELEMAQUE#Herv駧 EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Jacques Veuillet & Première personne, 1970. Fine. Jacques Veuillet & Première personne, Paris 1970, 17,5x23,5cm, broché. - First edition, one of 50 numbered copies on laid Arches paper, leading copy.Ouvrage illustrated three original etchings by W. Lam, J. and H. Camacho Telemachus they justified and signées.Bel copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 50 exemplaires numérotés sur vergé d'Arches, tirage de tête. Ouvrage illustré de 3 eaux-fortes originales de W. Lam, J. Camacho et H. Télémaque qu'ils ont justifiées et signées. Bel exemplaire.

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        Contes ( 3 Tomes - suite en noir gravée avec remarques et décomposition - complet pour cette édition)

      Editions d'Art Les Heures Claires à Paris,1970, Petit in 4 (24,5 x 19,5 cm), 177 + 161 + 163 pages + 3 ff. Illustration de 64 illustrations en couleurs dans le texte (22, 20 et 23 pour les Tomes 1,2, et 3 respectivement) gravées sur bois par Jean Taricco et de 49 culs-de-lampe, d'après des aquarelles de Henri Lemarié. En feuillets, couverture rempliée et illustrée, texte encadré d'un filet rose, Sous emboîtage de couleur jaune clair, illustré de motifs doré et rose. Tirage limité à 3450 exemplaires tous sur Vélin de Rives :1 exemplaire numéroté 1 enrichi pour chaque tome de l'aquarelle de la page de titre, de trois croquis originaux, du cuivre ancré de la page de titre, d'une suite en couleurs des illustrations tirées sur soie, d'une suite sur soie avec remarques du trait gravé sur cuivre, d'une suite en noir, d'une décomposition des couleurs ; 8 exemplaires numérotés de 2 à 9 enrichis pour chaque tome d'une aquarelle originale, d'un cuivre ancré, d'une suite en couleurs des illustrations tirées sur soie, d'une suite sur soie avec remarques du trait gravé sur cuivre, d'une suite en noir, d'une décomposition des couleurs ; 27 exemplaires numérotés de 10 à 36 enrichis pour chaque tome d'une aquarelle originale, d'un cuivre ancré, d'une suite en couleurs des illustrations tirées sur soie, d'une suite sur soie avec remarques du trait gravé sur cuivre, d'une suite en noir, d'une décomposition des couleurs ; 114 exemplaires numérotés de 37 à 150 enrichis pour chaque tome d'une suite en couleurs des illustrations, d'une suite en noir avec remarques du trait gravé sur cuivre, d'une suite en noir, d'une décomposition des couleurs ; 150 exemplaires numérotés de 151 à 300 enrichis pour chaque tome d'une suite en noir avec remarques du trait gravé sur cuivre et d'une décomposition des couleurs ; 300 exemplaires numérotés de 301 à 600 enrichis pour chaque tome d'une suite en noir avec remarques du trait gravé sur cuivre ; 2850 exemplaires avec les illustrations définitives. Exemplaire 183 avec pour chaque tome une suite en noir avec remarques du trait gravé sur cuivre et une décomposition des couleurs sur Papier Vélin de Rives.+++++++ Exemplaire de tête de ce premier tirage recomposé en 1970 par les Editions d?'Art "Les Heures claires" (3 volumes 65 bois en couleurs respectivement 22, 20 et 23 pour les trois tomes) des "Contes" de Jean de La Fontaine. Cet exemplaire, outre les 65 illustrations définitives gravées su bois, contient une suite gravée sur cuivre avec remarques (22, 20, 23 gravures en noir pour les tomes 1, 2 et 3 respectivement), et la décomposition des couleurs d'une gravure pour chaque tome (63, 49, 59 feuillets de décomposition). Une première édition illustrée par Henry Lemarié est parue en 2 volumes en 1955-1956 à la maison d'édition du Rameau d'Or. Jean Taricco a repris la gravure de l'ensemble des aquarelles de Henry Lemarié, et 2200 bois ont été nécessaires à leur reproduction. Henri Lemarié (1911-1991) est un des miniaturistes les plus apprécié de la seconde moitié du XXème siècle, et son oeuvre d'illustrateur de livres d'Art appréciée et recherchée, couvre près de 50 ans de Villon, à Verne en passant Cervantès, La Fontaine, Dickens, Daudet et "Les contes des Mille et une Nuits" - Intérieurs très frais, coffrets en très bon état, Très bon exemplaire comprenant une suite en noir avec remarques gravée et une décomposition des couleurs..

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        Contes Grand papier

      Paris: Les Heures claires, 1970. Fine. Les Heures claires, Paris 1970, 19x24cm, trois volumes en feuilles sous chemise et étui. - First printing illustrations of H. Lemarié published 3450 copies, ours, one of the copies on Velin de Rives (No 2529). spine shirts illustrated with boxes and golden lace, boards cases adorned with a large illustrations of artistic attributes and enhanced with gold. Copies in excellent condition. The book is illustrated with in-text illustrations in black and colors H. Lemarié. Superb copy richly illustrated and elegantly prepared. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Premier tirage des illustrations de H. Lemarié paru à 3450 exemplaires, le nôtre, un des exemplaires sur Vélin de Rives (n°2529). Dos des chemises illustrés de caissons et dentelles dorées, plats des étuis ornés d'une grande illustrations représentant des attributs artistiques et rehaussés à l'or. Exemplaires dans un excellent état. L'ouvrage est illustré d'illustrations in-texte en noir et en couleurs de H. Lemarié. Superbe exemplaire richement illustré et élégamment établi.

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        ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE

      New York: Harper & Row. 1970. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust jacket. Second state, jacket with a "." instead of an exclamation mark at the end of the first paragraph on the front flap; price is unclipped. Jacket is in very nice shape overall though on the rear panel there is two tears inexpertly repaired with tape else a Near Fine copy. ; A Signed copy. Inscribed and dated in 1991 on the dedication page by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. ; 9.13 X 6.57 X 1.11 inches; 120 pages; Signed by Author .

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        One Hundred Years of Solitude

      Harper & Row 1970 - A fine first edition (so stated on copyright page, no list of numbers in the back) in a fine first issue dust jacket (exclamation point, not period), price-clipped. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. Laid in is a letter from the publisher to Eve Auchincloss, prominent book reviewer for the New York Review of Books, presenting this book before publication. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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