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        B C Almanac (H) C-B

      The National Film Board of Canada, Ottawa 1970 - Near Fine in softcover in Very Good ++ slipcase. 21 by 26 cm. Contains fifteen (15) booklets contains works of art, each by a different artist. The set comes inside a black slipcase and is accompanied by an introductory booklet. Each booklet has a staple binding. The artists included in the book are: Dale, Jack; DeCourcy, Michael; Dikeakos, Christos; Eglington, Judith; Gilbert, Gerry; Kiyooka, Roy; Lewis, Glen; Masciuch, Taras; Morris, Michael; N. E. Thing Co. Ltd.; Pane, Jone; Porter, Timothy; Thomas, Peter; Trasov, Vincent; and Wood, Robertson. Not all of the booklets are named but of those that are, the names are: Season Cycle, Totems et Vous, Instant Photo Information, Doi Ngng, I am a Living Creature, Taras Masciuch 1970, The Eye in the Landscape, Alex & Rodger, Seashells in the Forest at Storm Bay with Bedroom, Actice Verbs, Projections, Timothy Porter, Peter Thomas and Snapsots. One booklet has a very small closed edge tear on back cover. All others are in excellent condition. All are paper wraps. All are filled with black and white photographs. Very hard to find complete set. Bright, clean. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Laird Books]
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        Le briglie del successo

      San Lazzaro di Savena (BO): Privately Printed. 1970. First Printing. Hardcover. Copy #763 of a non-commercial numbered edition. Red cloth stamped in white on the spine. A fine copy in near fine dustjacket with just a hint of wear and a very mildy faded spine panel. Signed and inscribed on the title page by Enzo Ferrari to the famous Italian actress Lina Volonghi in 1971. This is a new edition of the most famous title by Ferrari, Le mie gioie terribili, an autobiographical work in which he discusses his life and his cars, with revised text, different photographs and printed in a slightly varied format. Profusely illustrated with b/w photographs. A really charming an indeed rare presentation copy. ; Quarto; 249 pages; Signed by Author .

      [Bookseller: Parigi Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        Le briglie del Successo

      San Lazzaro di Savena, Bologna 1970 - 249 pages - (20p). The book is in very good condition, unmarked, clean and tight. There is a very small and very light stain at the top edge of the title page (see photo) and the next 2 pages, otherwise inside pages are in perfect condition. Photos available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Louis Caron]
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        Den Sultne larve Aldrigmaet [The Very Hungry Caterpillar]

      Borgen / (Gerhard Stalling Verlag), [No place] 1970 - First Danish edition, printed in Germany. Oblong thin quarto. Glossy boards. Text in Danish, translated from the German (which was translated from the English). Fine, without dustwrapper, possibly as issued. A beautiful copy of a children's classic. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons,. [1970]. Octavo,. cloth.. Corners gently bumped, a near fine copy in near fine dust jacket with. some light rubbing to edges and some age-darkening to rear panel.. (#126963). First edition. A presentation copy with signed inscription by Heinlein on the front free endpaper. Additionally signed by Heinlein on the title page. "Dystopia of violence." - Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 325.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        ADDENDA for Lesson One to Lesson Eleven for Tubbs' Stock Market Correspondence Lessons

      C. Ralph Dystant, Dysco., Chicago, IL, USA 1970 - NO BINDING, Loose pages (3 hole punched), 8.5 x 11 in. white paper for text and green grid graph paper for charts, This 54 pp. ADDENDA (Original) is for the NEW 1970 edition of Tubbs' Stock Market Correspondence Lessons One to Fourteen that Ralph Dystant published in 1970. Upon uncovering this rare document we now better understand how it came to be that there are two versions of the Tubbs course reprint floating around. The first TEN Lesson course written and published by Frank Tubbs in the 30s or 40s, and the FOURTEEN Lesson course published by Dystant in 1970. Lessons Eleven by Fourteen were written and added by Dystant in 1970. Dystant re-typeset the entire Lesson One thru Fourteen Course for the 1970 publication, but for those re-sellilng the reprint for the last couple of decades, there has never been any mention that Ralph Dystant actually wrote the last four chapters and to our knowledge the existence of an ADDENDA for Lessons One to Eleven by Ralph Dystant may have been known by very few. It is clear to us now that Dr. Jerome Baumring, who originally owned this ADDEND knew, but decided to sell the Reprints of Lesson One through Fourteen Course with no reference to Ralph Dystant. We can only speculate as to Dr. Baumring's reasons, but it may have been related to copyright infringement issues. In this 54 pp. ADDENDA, Dystant attempts to update Tubb's observations and in many cases uses current charts to illustrate his additonal observations. For those of you who own the Tubbs' course you will see in Lesson Eleven that a 1970 chart of Savin verifies that Dystant wrote Lessons Eleven through Fourteen. We were also able to verify Dystant's November 1970 copyright and description through the Catalog of Copyright Entries, Third Series: 1970: July-December (See photo). Addenda Condition: Very Good, pages are lightly tanned and light shelfwear otherwise clean and unmarked. (no binding, loose pages only), Contents: Lesson One Addenda 8 pp. (4 pages of text and pages of charts), Lesson Two Addenda 4 pp. (2 pages of text and 2 pages of charts, Lesson Three Addenda 14 pp. (2 pages of text, 3 pages of charts and 9 pages of tables), Lesson Four Addenda 7 pp. (1 page of text and 6 pages of charts), Lesson Five Addenda 1 pp. (1 page of text), Lesson Six Addenda 3 pp. (1 page of text and 2 pages of charts), Lesson Seven Addenda 3 pp. (2 pages of text and 1 page of charts), Lesson Eight Addenda 2 pp. (1 page of text and 1 page of charts), Lesson Nine Addenda 5 pp. (3 pages of text, 1 page of charts and 1 page of tables), Lesson Ten Addenda 1 pp. (1 page of text), Lesson Eleven Addenda (A Ralph Dystant Addenda to his own chapter) 4 pp. (1 page of text and 3 pages of charts), also included is a chart of the Transportation Averages from 1958 to 1970 with volume and a chart of Market Barometers for 1969 to 1970 that includes Utilities, Industrials and Transportation -- end. 54 pp. EXTREMLY SCARCE ORIGINAL BY C. RALPH DYSTANT. HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE. Price: $10,000 / Accepting Offers

      [Bookseller: Alanpuri Trading]
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        Letter - Aaron Copland; John Lindsay

      - Typed letter signed "Aaron Copland" to New York City Mayor John Lindsay 8vo., on personal stationery (Peekskill, New York); November 17, 1970; approximately 75 words; unpublished. "I am writing you to acknowledge with much appreciation the award of the Handel Medallion of the City of New York on the occasion of my seventieth birthday. It was particularly gratifying to a citizen born in Brooklyn to have been singled out in this fashion. In presenting it, your Deputy, Dore Schary, said many kind things, some of which I hope were true. Once again, I wish to acknowledge the gesture of the City in presenting the award to me through your good offices." professionally matted and framed; shipping extra. A superb association commemorating the Brooklyn-born composer's seventieth birthday. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: North Star Rare Books & Manuscripts]
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        CHILDHOOD REVISITED By IRIS V. THAYER signed, ca. 1970 Super Rare

      ALPHA PRINTING, ATLANTA 1970 - TITLE: CHILDHOOD REVISITED By IRIS V. THAYER signed, ca. 1970 Super Rare AUTHOR: IRIS V. THAYER PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) / COPYRIGHT: ALPHA PRINTING, ATLANTA, ca. 1970 EDITION: First Edition CATEGORY: Signed, Poetry, Super Rare, First Edition BINDING/COVER: Hardback with dust jacket COLOR: Off White/Beige CONDITION: The jacket is in good condition. The book is in real good condition. The book is signed by the author in a light blue pen "To my dearest friend, Pat - Lovingly, Iris Thayer." Book is without other marks or writings, pages are clean, and book is tight and sturdy. SIZE: 5 ½ x 8 ½ (approximately) PAGES: Unnumbered pages. Good+/Good+ dust jacket condition. COLLECTIBLE CONDITION. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: Signed First Edition. ALPHA PRINTING, ATLANTA, ca. 1970. ALL POEMS AND ILLUSTRATIONS By THE AUTHOR. CHILDHOOD REVISITED IS A SENSITIVE COLLECTION OF POEMS REFLECTING HER OWN FEELINGS WHILE GROWING UP. IT LOOKS AT THE WORLD THROUGH THE EYES OF A CHILD, SOMETIMES WITH JOY, SOMETIMES WITH THE STRANGE SADNESS A CHILD FEELS. THERE ARE NO OTHER COPIES OF THIS BOOK FOUND FOR SALE ON THE INTERNET AT THE TIME OF THIS RESEARCH!!!! SUPER RARE. COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid, books will ship immediately without email notification to customer (it's on the way), you are welcomed to email about shipment date! REFUNDS: All ViewFair books, prints, and manuscript items are 100% refundable up to 14 business days after item is received. InvCodePrc 1850 E H V VIEWFAIR BOOKS: 006560 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dreams Portfolio.

      New York: Kennedy Graphics. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts. 1970 - Portfolio of 11 original color lithographs. Edition of 100, with signed and numbered prints on handmade Arches paper. 20.5 x 15.5 inches. Printed by Mourlot. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        LE LIVRE D'EROS.

      - Paris, Le Club du Livre, 1970. 30x31 cm. Textes amoureux tirés des oeuvres de divers auteurs, du moyen-âge à nos jours, réunis et présentés par Alain Bosquet. Ouvrage illustré de 100 gravures, monotypes et gouaches de P.Y. Trémois. Imprimé sur vélin chiffon des Papeteries de Lana. Tranche supérieure dorée. Reliure en pleine peau orangée, réalisée par Jacques Ebrard d'après une maquette de Mario Prassinos. Plats ornés de motifs dorés. Dos lisse portant le titre en lettres noires. Ouvrage en excellent état. Erotique. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers]
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        La Magicien De Paris

      Musées Nationaux, Mourlot - Paris 1970 - Lithographic poster - Affiche lithographique exécutée pour une exposition de Chagall au Grand Palais. Lithographie d'interprétation gravée par Charles Sorlier, Un des 6000 exempaires du premier tirage. Formats: papier 71 X 51cm - Illustration 55,5 X 39 cm. Sorlier "Les affiches de Marc Chagall" page 121

      [Bookseller: La Basse Fontaine]
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        Vienna (This beautiful world, v. 13)

      Kodansha America, Inc 1970 - 0870111078 0870111078 Very nice clean, tight copy with, curiously, printed boards mounted upside down! [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: GuthrieBooks]
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        Leyendas de Guatemala

      Editorial Losada S.A, 1970-01-01 Buenos Aires: Editorial Losada S.A, 1968. 169 p with index and 5 pgs of ads at rear. Third edition, in wraps. Good condition. Inscription from Asturias to former owner in Spanish on half title, signed and dated April 1972. Clean pages and sturdy binding. Light stain to front cover. Light wear to edges of cover, back cover worn at edge. A rare signature from the Guatemalan winner of the 1967 Nobel Prize in Literature.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Monetary Statistics of the United States: Estimates, Sources, Methods

      New York: New York: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1970. 629 p.  First edition, first printing. Near Fine hardcover in Very Good dust jacket. Clean pages and sturdy binding. 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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        The Beastly Establishment Satirical Paintings [La Ménagerie Contemposaine] 40 Drawings From The Contemporary Zoo with Invocation and Epilogue [Signed] Okrutny Ustanowienie Satyryczne Paintings [La menazerii Contemporaine] 40 Rysunki ze wspólczesnego zoo z Inwokacji i epilog [Podpisany]

      Published circa edition not stated. London circa 1970. - Publisher's original plastic ring bound illustrated card covers, printed French titles to the front cover. Oblong 8½'' x 12'' iv 40 [pp]. Forty single-sided monochrome illustrations throughout. Printed French title below each illustration with the English translation hand-written by the author to the top of each page. The author has also written the English title, using a blue marker pen, to the front cover. SIGNED by the author in red ink to the title page 'From the Author, Bolo Leitgeber.' Along with the book are three separate ephemeral items, the first is an exhibition catalogue of 'The Beastly Establishment' referring to the artist and his background. The second is a type written list, in Polish and English, of his works with sterling prices below. The third is a four page stapled critique in French text with illustrations and SIGNED to the front page 'Bol. Leitgeber.' Light age tanning to the edges of the book and in Very Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A. POLAND & POLISH HISTORY [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Little Stour Books PBFA Member]
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        Archive of Personal Papers and Photos

      A small but interesting collection of items related to actress Vivien Merchant, the first wife of Nobel Prize-winner Harold Pinter, including an ALS from Merchant, a photograph of her from a play, and two photographs of Pinter (one an early image with their son Daniel). Overall near fine or better with some scattered wear at the corners and a splash mark to one letter. An unusual group of items which includes a hotel bill from The Albany Hotel in 1970, a Westside Health Club member card (which expired May 22, 1974), a 1971 bank statement from Midland Bank Limited, and a thank you card from Rowohlt Theater Verlag. There are also two pieces of correspondence from friends: including an ALS by British theater actress Viola Keats, who costarred in the 1974 Pinter-directed version of Next of Kin by John Hopkins; and an ALS by Merchant to Keats asking her to dinner. Of particular note are the three photographs: the first is a continuity Polaroid of Merchant in costume for an unidentified play; the second is a poignant photo of Pinter with Daniel from the early 1960s, as Pinter was gaining in popularity and long before the two became estranged; and lastly, a mounted black and white version of a photo of Pinter that appeared in color on the cover of the Saturday Review for April 8, 1967, with the stamp of celebrity photographer Anthony di Gesu on the verso, likely given to Merchant as a keepsake. An unusual and fascinating group of items. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Royal Flash. From the Flashman Papers 1842 - 43 and 1857-48

      Barrie & Jenkins, London 1970 - Octavo. . Signed by the author on title page. Superb copy, dust jacket entirely unfaded red boards lettered in silver, map endpapers [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Randall House (ABAA)]
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        Islands in the Stream

      New York, Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1970. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in black morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy. First edition, first printing.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Zürich, Diogenes, 1970.. 61 lose Tafeln (Blatt) Illustratioenen m. erotischen Karikaturen von Tomi Ungerer, 1 Bogen Text mit Vorwort von Walter Killy, kl.- folio ( 38 x 29 cm ), Or.- HLwd.- Kassette m. blindgeprägtem Titel. 25. Werk für den Club ( Klub ) der Bibliomanen.- Auf festem Büttenkarton gedruckt, darunter 7 Blätter auf leichtem, blau kariertem Karton. - Eins von 300 Exemplaren der Luxusausgabe in sehr guter Erhaltung. - Der Titel nummeriert und signiert.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        HIROSHIMA NOW [Signed]

      Shinya Sohsho Sha, Tokyo, Japan 1970 - Hardcovered book with an original dustjacket. A complete set. Signed by Ishiguro on its flyleaf. Although the margins are lightly sunburned, the book itself and also the plates inside still keep very good condition; almost no outstanding rubbed nor chipped spot. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: booksGYOZANDO]
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      1970 - Seven pages of plain quarto sized paper, written on rectos only. Approx. 1000 words, with occasional corrections. Cover page inscribed by Bates, "For Frank and Joan: - just a little return for a wonderful day. Let me have the typescript back one day at your convenience (sorry! I meant when you have time!) with love HE. June 23 / 70". With a photocopy of the typescript. Also with a letter from Frank Rodwell, thanking Bates for this manuscript and for the typescript of "The Triple Echo", commenting how he would have it bound with the manuscript and also asking "Do you not feel, as I do, that The Triple Echo would make a wonderful film" (it was filmed in 1972 staring Glenda Jackson and Oliver Reed). An essay published in In Living (December 1970) in which Bates relates a visit to a nearby garden containing two specimens of the Handkerchief Tree, and tells the tale of its rediscovery in 1899 by Ernest Henry Wilson.

      [Bookseller: Jonkers Rare Books ABA ILAB]
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        ZigZag: 14 - 17 - 18 - 19 - 23 - 26 - 27 - 28 - 29 - 30 - 38 - 41 - 43 - 45 - 47 - 48 - 50 - 51 - 52 - 55 - 58 - 59 - 60 - 63 - 68 - 70 (26 issues)

      North Marston, Bucks: M&T Printers Ltd./London: Spicebox Books/Reading: Prestagate Ltd., 1970-1977 - No. 14. A Near fine copy with articles on The Byrds, Bob Dylan, Jellybread, Country Joe, Fairport Convention, Beefheart, Medicine Head and more. This issue is noted for the first (and very basic) example of Peter Frame's "Rock Family Trees" of The Byrds. No. 17. A near fine copy with articles on John Mayall, Jack Eliott, Brinsleys, Roy Harper, Stooges, Wild Angels, Quintessence. This issue is noted for the second (and still basic) example of Peter Frame's "Rock Family Trees" of John Mayall. No. 18. A near fine copy with articles on Groundhogs - Tony McPhee, Quiver, Steeleye Span, Lou Reed, Chuck Berry, Steamhammer. No. 19. A near fine copy with articles on (The Face) Rod Stewart, Duster Bennett, Allman Bros., Help Yourself, The Stones, Grateful Dead, Genesis. No. 23. A near fine copy with articles on Rory Gallagher, John Sebastian, Colin Blunstone, Stoneground, Fairport Convention, Big Brother. No. 26. A very good copy with articles on Jerry Garcia & The Grateful Dead, Hawkwind, Joe Cocker, Dave Van Ronk, Greenwich Village, Quicksilver, Dan Hicks, Deke Leonard, Charlatans, Droop. No. 27. A very good copy with articles on Jimmy Page, Bridget St. John, Ducks Deluxe, Stardust, Kinks, Procol Harum, Traffic, Barclay James, Steve Stills, Byrds. Sadly the "Free Monty Python Record Inside" is no more. No. 28. A near fine copy with articles on The Byrds, Led Zeppelin (Jimmy Page part 2), The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Kim Fowley, Kevin Ayers, Soft Machine, Love, Stealers Wheel, Donleavy. No. 29. A near fine copy with articles on Genesis, Eagles, Everly Bros, Captain Beefheart, Byrds, Johnny Speight, Burrito Brothers. No. 30. A very good copy with articles on Keith Reid - Procol Harum, Elton John, Neil Sedaka, Ry Cooder, Byrds. No. 38. A very good copy with articles on Quicksilver Messenger Service, Loggins & Messina, Ben Sidran, Richard Greene, John Stewart. No. 41. A very good copy with articles on Quicksilver, John Martyn, Byrds, David Blue, Free, Moby Grape, Michael Fennelly, Gene Parsons, Byrds. No. 43. A very good copy with articles on Pete Townshend, Arthur Lee, Man, Bees Make Honey, Jackie Lomax, Steely Dan, Tim Hardin. No. 45. A near fine copy with articles on Grateful Dead, Bert Jansch, Rick Nelson, Russ Ballard, Bruce Springsteen. No. 47. A near fine copy with articles on Grace Slick, Rick Nelson, Redwing, Keith Richard, Chilli Willi, Roy Harper. No. 48. A good copy with articles on Jesse Winchester, Butts Band, John Sebastian, Arthur Lee, Neil Young, Curt Boetcher, Tim Buckley. Page 19-20 is loose, pages 21-22 and 33-34 are missing. No. 50. A very good copy with articles on Linda Ronstadt, Lindisfarne, Nico, Neil Young, Little Feat, Sneaky Pete Kleinow, Arthur Lee. No. 51. A very good copy with articles on Wishbone Ash, Wilko Johnson - Dr. Feelgood, Norman Greenbaum, Gentle Giant, Henry Cow, Ian Hunter Family Tree. No. 52. A very good copy with articles on Lou Reed, Wishbone Ash, Country Rock, Caravan, The Flying Burrito Brothers' Family Tree, John Cipollina, The Strawbs. No. 55. A near fine copy with articles on Tim Buckley, Midsummer Madness, Joe Walsh Chart (Family Tree), Simon Stokes, Todd Rundgren, Gerry Rafferty, Jack Bruce Family Tree, Moonrider. No. 58. A very good copy with articles on Bob Dylan, Commander Cody, Nick Kent, Blue Oyster Cult, Kaleidoscope, Barry Melton. No. 59. A very good copy with articles on Gram Parsons, Kaleidoscope, 10cc, James Burton, Country Joe, Nick Kent. No. 60. A very good copy with articles on Procol Harum, Nils Lofgren, Sons of Champlin, J.J. Cale, Graham Parker, Kaleidoscope, Punk Rock, Eddie & The Hot Rods. No. 63. A very good copy with articles on Ian Hunter, Little Feat, Jethro Tull, Flamin' Groovies, Clover. No. 68. A very good copy with articles on Jackson Browne, Graham Parker, Ian Matthews, Santana. No. 70. A very good copy with articles on Iggy Pop, Ry Cooder, Nils Lofgren, Jackson Browne. Please contact us at, where you can study a fully illustrated catalogue. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Yves G. Rittener - YGRbookS]
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        The Playboy of the Western World

      Barre, Massachusetts: Imprint Society 1970 - 4to., yellow cloth with decorative cover design lettered in gilt; publisher's slipcase, with original wrapper around band; bookplate. Imprint Society edition. One of 1950 numbered copies, signed by the illustrator Louis Le Brocquy and the editor Stanley Sultan. A gorgeous copy of Synge's seminal work. Shipping extra [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: North Star Rare Books & Manuscripts]
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        Otto DIX: Das Graphische Werk. The deluxe edition.

      Hanover: Verlag Schmidt-Kuster, 1970 - Hanover: Verlag Schmidt-Kuster, 1970, first edition, one of 80 deluxe copies with the original etching "Nelly II" (portrait of artist's daughter, Karsch 122), signed and numbered by Otto Dix, printed in sepia-brown in 1924 (one of 80 copies from the original stock). Text in German, 10 x 8.5 in (25 x 22 cm), 354 pages, circa 400 illustrations + over 100 color and b&w plates; cloth in dust jacket with slipcase, in excellent condition. The deluxe edition of Otto Dix's catalogue raisonné of the prints. Arntz I, 34; Karsch 122. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gemini Fine Books & Arts, Ltd. (ABAA)]
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        8 x 10 Art Portfolio [14 Sheets]

      [New York: Jeanie Black and Ely Raman]. (1970-1972). Artist publication. A collection of 14 sheets, all fine, housed in a toned folder splitting at several of the folds, very good. A portfolio magazine created by photographer Jeanie Black and Fluxus artist Ely Raman, published over nine issues between 1970-1972. This issue includes a "wallpaper piece" by Black, a "stamp drawing" by Raman, six penciled drawings from Mel Perkarsky's Landscape series, an onionskin tracing by Wertheim, a double-sided "Real Money" piece from Dana W. Atchley, and a "found art" photo of two mannequins. Asked many years later about the publication, Raman commented: "I realize that our historical consciousness (or self-consciousness?) was notably absent. The issues were not numbered or dated, the contributions often not properly identified (or footnoted) and we did not include serious (academic) verbiage identifying what we were doing in the context of art. Too busy making art to write or talk about it." The lack of documentation, the generic title, and the seeming randomness of each issue makes finding other copies of the publication difficult. While there are several sets at institutions, individual issues are quite scarce in the trade. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Flesh Wager

      Cameo 1970 - ANN GRIFFIN (DEAN KOONTZ penname) - FLESH WAGER, published by Cameo #8066, copyright 1970, First printing. This book is one of a number of 30 or so books that Dean Koontz wrote for Cameo books early in his career under various pennames (like Linda Mitchell or Leonard Chris), and one book he actually published under his own name (Bounce Girl). Dean Koontz has since disavowed and otherwise denied having ever written such books (besides Bounce Girl which was published under his own name and the Leonard Chris book "Hung"), but the evidence is undisputable: The Library of Congress confirms that Gerda Ann Koontz (Dean's wife) holds the copyrights to this book. "Gracie" is one of the five names listed in the dedication of the gothic romance "Demon Child" (which Koontz wrote under the penname of Deanna Dwyer). All five of the first names listed in the dedication of "Demon Child" have turned out to be pseudonyms that Dean had used for this particular "Adult" literature. In an article written by Dean Koontz entitled "Dean's Drive" in the sci-fi fanzine Energumen #8 (6/71), Dean Koontz admitted to writing 30 of these books in 1970 (including "Share The Warm Flesh" and "Flesh Wager" - this book), along with Pig Society and The Underground Lifestyles Handbook (both of which were also published by the same publisher, Cameo books in 1970). One of the titles that Dean Koontz admits to having written ("Thirteen and Ready") was written under the penname of Ann Griffin. In an early sci-fi fanzine, Beabohema #8 (1970), Dean Koontz again talked about writing these books. The authors initials (A.G.) are simply Dean's wife's initials in reverse. One of the Ann Griffin cameo books "Protest Ball," lists the author's address as Harrisburg, Pennsylviania (where Dean and his wife were living in 1970). Finally, in Dean Koontz's writing how-to book "How to Write Popular Fiction" (1972), he refers to these books and specifically to the Ann Griffin penname. Book has very faint vertical spine creasing, no spine lean, no cover creases, no soiling or staining to covers, no former owner markings or used bookstore markings inside, no missing pages, no creased page corners, pages are flat and tight, pages are age yellowing, very slight edge wear, just a hint of color rubbing wear to covers (common defect due to the all-green cover). Overall a VG+/FINE- book of this rare 1970s Dean Koontz pen name book. I have a number of other U.S. and U.K. Dean Koontz 1st printing hardcover/ paperback/magazine appearances up for sale. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Far North Collectible Books]
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        Hallelujah Suite. Psalm 150

      New York: Kennedy Graphics, Mourlot Graphics, 1970-71. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts. 50 original bound lithographs (including images and calligraphy). Printed on Arches. One of the 240 numbered copies from the edition of 250. Original cloth binding and slipcase, each with gold embossed leather titles. 42 x 44 cm. page size. Prescott, 258-83.

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      New York: Published by Kennedy Graphics, [1970].. Oblong small folio (42 x 45 cm; 17.75 x 16.75"). Publisher's cloth, with two large gilt labels. Faint offsetting of text to facing pages, otherwise fine, enclosed in a cloth folding clamshell case with large gilt leather label and inset printed key (showing a bit of offset from one of the labels). First edition of the last project completed by Shan prior to his death, consisting of twenty-four original lithographs of illustrative matter facing decorated Hebrew text. Introduction by Bernada Bryson Shahn, and with a dedicatory memorial letter to Shahn by Fernand Mourlot. One of 240 numbered copies, from a total edition of 250 copies, with the lithographs printed by Mourlot Graphics, and the letterpress by the Spiral Press. It would appear that at least a portion of the edition was distributed unbound.

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        L'Iris de Suse

      NRF Gallimard 1970 - In-8 (14 x 21,5 cm), broché, couverture à rabats, 243 pages, non coupé, EDITION ORIGINALE, un des 60 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin de Hollande van Gelder : exemplaire n°46 ; très légère insolation au dos, excellent état. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        [Portfolio]: Dreams: Eleven Lithographs

      New York: Kennedy Graphics. 1970. First. Large folio. Eleven original color lithographs. Each is one of 100 numbered copies Signed by the artist, and printed by Mourlot. Prints are fine, the exterior paper portfolio is a little stained, and is very good. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Ben-Gurion Calls for a Jerusalem Home for the Bible Society: "every spiritual idea, for it to exist and exert influence, needs a physical structure, too, a central home"

      1970 - Letter Signed to Menasche Elissar. 17 Kislev 5731, December 15, 1970. 1 p., 8 1/2 x 11 in. Form letter on "The World Jewish Bible Society" letterhead. In Hebrew. Also see item #22355, where Ben Gurion reexamines a Bible story after discussion with the chairman of the World Jewish Bible Society. Partial Translation"Much Shalom!I would invite you to become a member of the council of the Bible House in Jerusalem. The proponents of the Bible House have given consideration to the fact that every spiritual idea, for it to exist and exert influence, needs a physical structure, too, a central home. The uniqueness of Jerusalem, the city of the prophets and the capital of Israel, makes it appropriate that a House be established in it to collect inside every commentary, book and creation that has been thought of and created in Judaism through the generations regarding the Book of Books, and every creation by the sages of the nations of the world that displays the influence of the Bible. The House, with its book collections and educational exhibits, will serve as a place of study for the lovers of Torah, the youth and adults who will come to it in order to increase their knowledge of the Book of Books and its interpretations. The House will also serve as a gravitational center for residents of this country when they go up to Jerusalem, and to tourists from the Diaspora, who will be able to absorb in it the spirit of the Book of Books. More details about the House's content and its purpose can be found in the attached brochure, which contains things said during the ground breaking ceremony.The initiating committee hopes you will agree to lend a helping hand to the establishment of this cultural center in Jerusalem. We await your reply.Blessings,D. Ben-Gurion [Signature]D. Ben GurionPresident of the Israel Society for Biblical Research"Historical Background Building a permanent home for the Israeli Center for Biblical Research was one of Ben-Gurion's favorite projects. He envisioned a compound overlooking Jerusalem and the Mount of Olives with a research library, exhibit and museum space, and educational facilities. Intended for the study of the Hebrew Bible, the research center would be the headquarters for the World Jewish Bible Society. Ground was broken on October 18, 1970, but the building was never completed.David Ben-Gurion, Israeli politician; proclaimed Israeli independence in 1948, becoming the new independent nation's first Prime Minister after years as the head of the Zionist movement; changed his name from Gryn to Ben-Gurion, "Son of the Lion Cub." Even in retirement, Ben-Gurion's crusade to strengthen and enrich the state and people of Israel did not end.

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      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1970 - And the first English-language edition, preceding the UK edition by a year. A clean, Fine copy of the book in a bright, fresh jacket that is also just about Fine, save for a small indentation on the front panel near the spine. Originally published in Brazil in 1968 and translated into English here by Edgar Miller, Jr. A classic coming of age story, following the mischievous and precocious five-year old Zeze. A classic in much of the Latin American world, the story is only just gaining popularity within the US market. Fine in Fine. dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Albuquerque: Loujon Press, [1970].. Folio. Quarto spiralbound book in foil wrapper and twelve lithographed broadside reproductions of watercolors, plus frontis and special colophon/title leaf, enclosed in publisher's folding cloth clamshell box. Fine. First edition, special issue (distributed ca. 1971). This present copy is one of twenty copies specially cased and distributed as a memorial fund-raiser for the publisher. It includes a frontispiece portrait of Henry Miller by Paul Giovanopoulos not included in the regular issues (1/30 numbered and signed in pencil by the artist in the margin), along with a manuscript note by Mrs. Jon Webb, and a specially printed title leaf for the portfolio (not noted by the bibliographers, who oddly denote this a second "edition," which it is not). Although not called for, each of the plates of watercolors by Miller is signed by him in the margin (generally near the facsimile signature), in ink, rather than pencil, as was the case with the more exclusive regular issues. This rather awkward production was ill-starred from its initial conception, when an edition of 999 copies was envisioned; reality soon sunk in, and the edition was reduced to 699 copies. In the end, only three hundred of the original wood cases were completed, and some of the more lavish deluxe issues - A through F - were issued in far smaller numbers than intended. A portion of the edition was then offered as the "Economy" issue, without the wooden case, but with the reproductions. Apart from the original issue 'A' (12 copies with an original watercolor by Miller), this is the most limited of the distributed issues, and the clamshell box is far preferable to the wood slide-case (with the famous photo of Miller astride a toilet) that accompanied a portion of the other issues. Extra postage. S&J A175k.

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        Blue Movie

      New York: Grove Press. (1970). First. First edition. Paperback original. Illustrated with over 100 stills from the film. Toning and modest wear to the wrappers, a good plus copy. Signed three times by Warhol: on the front cover, and twice inside the book. Andy tries his hand at porn in a film featuring Viva and Louis Waldron. .

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        Chapeaugaga ovvero academic micmac

      1970 - Livre d'occasion Petit In-8° (18,1 x 14,7 cm), en feuilles, sous couverture muette rempliée, ruban violet, chemise et étui d'éditeur titré en long au dos. Condition : Édition originale illustrée de 15 gravures à l'eau-forte en couleurs d'Enrico Baj dont 8 hors-texte et 1 à double page. Tirage limité à 100 exemplaires, celui-ci portant le n°37 signé par l'auteur et l'artiste au colophon et enrichi d'un bel envoi autographe signé de l'auteur contresigné par l’illustrateur : "Exemplaire de Raymond Queneau (qui a bien choisi son académie) ses amis André P. M. baj". Truffé d'une carte postale, illustrée au recto de la reproduction d'un collage de Baj, rédigée à l'encre au verso par l'artiste et expédiée le 18 juillet 1967 de Milan. Baj y évoque l'éditeur Tosi et l'envoi d'un document par celui-ci. Un an plus tôt en 1966, Tosi et Bellasich éditèrent un livre de Queneau illustré par Baj : Meccano ou l'Analyse matricielle du langage. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        A pen drawing by Robert Lenkiewicz with the caption "The folly of the alchemists. After Urs Graf, in J. Scheible, Das Kloster, Vol. I, Stuttgart, 1845." Not dated but probably executed in the 1970s. [ circa 1970 ].

      - The drawing is in ink (probably executed with some sort of fine marker) on a sheet of white paper, with a caption immediately below the design reading "The folly of the alchemists. After Urs Graf, in J. Scheible, Das Kloster, Vol. I, Stuttgart, 1845." The size of the image and immediate surrounds (as shown) is approx. 6.5 inches high x 10.5 inches wide (165mm high x 265mm wide). The image is drawn "landscape" on a sheet that is 13 inches high x 10.25 inches wide (330mm high x 260mm wide). Robert Oscar Lenkiewicz (1941 - 2002) was a renowned British artist, Hermeticist, and student of the alchemical arts, who was also well-known as an eccentric and book-collector. He was a regular visitor to the British Library and the British Museum, where he made careful sketches based on the illustrations and diagrams that were relevant to his studies that he found in rare alchemical manuscripts and books. This is one such drawing, apparently done after a much earlier woodcut that was reproduced in the famous German collection of early magical and Hermetic texts, "Das Kloster." It is one of a number of such sketches, some loose, some housed in a large folio entitled "On Alchemical Apparatus" that were evidently related to his personal researches into the subject rather than being "finished artworks" intended for exhibition or sale. As such it is not signed, although we do provide a guarantee and certificate of authenticity. Two small holes punched in the extreme left margin, neither of which are near the image area. The merest hint of discoloration, but over all in VG + condition and would frame nicely. A good opportunity to acquire an authentic and intimate memento of this fascinating artist & hermeticist, at a fraction of the price that one of his own finished artworks would fetch.

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        [Screenplay]: The Silent Flute [Circle of Iron]

      Pingree-Panpiper Productions. 1970. Screenplay, "October 19, 1970." Foreword by Bruce Lee. Quarto. 70pp. Bradbound in printed blue wrappers. Near fine with some toning on the front wrap, some bumping on a couple corners, and the title written in the lower page ends as typical. The screenplay for the unrealized Lee film that was shelved after his untimely death in 1973. The film, about a martial arts expert, played by James Coburn, who must pass three trials to obtain a book containing martial art secrets, was to costar Lee playing different roles along the fighter's journey. The story was a joint effort by Lee, Coburn, and his longtime friend, Stirling Silliphant, an Academy Award-winning screenwriter (In The Heat of the Night) who penned the screenplay in a "European" form that reads like a treatment without scene breakdowns or camera directions. Lee hoped the picture would bring Eastern Philosophy to a Western audience, as he states in the script's two-page foreword. The film was rewritten as the abysmal 1978 Circle of Iron starring Jeff Cooper in the Coburn role with David Carradine stepping in for Lee, along with Eli Wallach, Christopher Lee, and Roddy McDowall. Rare. .

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      Hodder & Stoughton, 1970-1983., London - Stewart, Mary. Arthurian Trilogy plus Postscript. Signed. THE CRYSTAL CAVE; THE HOLLOW HILLS; THE LAST ENCHANTMENT; THE WICKED DAY. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1970-1983. Four First Edition Volumes in all. First Printings. The first volume, The Crystal Cave", First Edition of the first book of the author's Merlin Series. An early Presentation Copy, inscribed in the year of publication on the front free endpaper. "For / Judy Hughes / With all good wishes / Mary Stewart / July 16th 1970". A near fine copy in black paper covered boards, gilt titles to the spine, top edge stained red in a bright, fresh, price-clipped pictorial dustwrapper showing slight use at the heel and crown of the spine and top edge of the rear panel. A lovely copy indeed of this masterful retelling of the Arthurian legend and winner of the Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Adult Literature in 1971 and the Frederick Niven prize. The second volume, The Hollow Hills - publisher's green textured paper covered boards with maroon and gilt on the spine; green top edge; map endpapers. A near fine copy in p/c dustwrapper showing minimal use. [A lovely untitled folded printed poem "One key to the latch / Of a door to a place." pasted to the front pastedown, inscribed in an unknown hand in red ink: " Merry Christmas and / a very / Happy New Year / Much love / Mary Stewart and Wolfgang"]. The third volume, The Last Enchantment, in the publisher's original brown textured paper covered boards, gilt spine title, map endpapers - A fine Presentation Copy in dustwrapper neatly inscribed: "For Ross with love from the author / Mary Stewart" and a fourth volume postscript to the trilogy - The Wicked Day. A fine copy in dustwrapper, neatly inscribed again: "For Ross with the author's love and thanks / Mary Stewart" An excellent set. [30201] $2775 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        All Religions are One

      London: Trainon Press for the William Blake Trust, 1970 - Copy Number 50 of 882 copies. 4to. Ten plates in facsimile. Half morocco and boards. Vellum book label of Julia P. WIghtman. Fine in slipcase [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Nightmare [Original signed print]

      [San Francisco, n.d., early 1970s] - Striking and characteristic R. Crumb image, the great American underground cartoonist's hommage to Fuseli's celebrated painting of the same title, rendered in a contemporary setting with a smirking, crouching figure perched atop a sleeping big-hipped gal in knee boots and short dress No. 67 of 75, numbered and signed by the artist ("R. Crumb") in pencil beneath the image. Image approx. 18 x 20 inches. . Matted and framed (28 x 31 inches overall). Fine. Uncommon [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Mardi Gras in New Orleans

      London: Self Published, 1970. First Edition. Softcover.. VG+. Square 8vo, Unpaginated (ca 120pp). Stiff printed wraps as issued. Numerous Black & White plates. A little rubbed and soiled. Stamped by Demoruelle to cover and signed by him to the last page. More images available on request. Incredibly scarce privately printed book, with only 1 institutional copy and a few copies in private hands. Local man Demoruelle shoots Mardi Gras, but ignores the floats and performers to document the crowd, the streets, the drunks, the sailors and the families. A very striking, natural and individual document of a very special (and long gone) phenomenon, Demoruelle has an excellent eye for detail and a natural flair for capturing the somewhat ethereal spirit of New Orleans in the late sixties. Really the best book on the subject, and certainly the rarest.

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        Valenti Angelo: Author + Illustrator + Printer. A Checklist of His Work from 1926 to 1970

      Bronxville: (Valenti Angelo), 1970. Limited edition. Hardcover. Fine. 8vo. 142pp. Vellum spine, gilt; red paper over boards; slipcase. Contains 65 examples of Angelo's work, many of which are in color and illuminated by hand. Finely printed on a hand press using De Roos and Perpetua types on Ivory Tweedweave Text. One of 55 signed and numbered copies; this is number 55. A fine copy in a fine slipcase. Prospectus and order form laid in. Together with: 'Valenti Angelo, Author + Illustrator + Printer. An Autobiographical Story", Bronxville, 1920. 8vo. 18pp. Decorative wrappers. A fine copy.

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        New Yorker cartoon: original ink and colored wash drawing, signed "Geo. Price" and captioned in the artist's hand

      New York: The New Yorker Magazine, n.d. (Ca. 1970s?) - From the collection of James H. Heineman. Caption reads, "And here goes the gun signalling the start of the season." (NEW YORKER MAGAZINE ART) Image 14 x 20 inches, matted and framed to 20 x 26 inches overall. . [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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