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        The Bluest Eye

      New York: Holt. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Second printing (June 1971) of Morrison's first novel, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED by Morrison on the front free endpaper: "To Ann / from / Toni Morrison / Best always". New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971. Octavo, original half-blue cloth, original dust jacket. Owner signature and date at top of front free endpaper. Book near-fine with a little fading to edges, dust jacket very good with light edgewear and line of soiling down front panel.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        Pale Gray for Guilt (First American Hardcover Edition)

      Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1971. First American edition in hardcover in a first issue jacket, with a code of 971 at the top right corner of the front flap, and a price of $5.50 at the bottom of same. Near Fine in a bright, Near Fine dust jacket. Bookplate on the front endpaper; jacket is a bit rubbed at the folds. Overall, an unusually sharp copy of one of the scarcest Travis McGee hardcover titles.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Les Romans Courtois... [Complete in 4 Volumes] / Illustrations Originales De Michel Ciry

      Paris : Union Latine D'Editions, 1971. 1st Edition in this form. Physical description: 4 v. ; 24 cm. Limited edition: 395 / 800. Contents: Flamenca. Chatelain de Coucy. La Dame invisible. Jehan et Blonde. Series: Collection medievale. Subjects: Literature, Medieval-- French fiction --To 1500 -- Romances. Near fine copies all in the original full and elaborately blind-tooled calf. Raised bands with spine-compartment tooling. Complete with the tree-grain slip-case. Minor toning to the extremities only. An uncommonly good example.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        The Blood Oranges [Inscribed to John Barth]

      (NY): New Directions. (1971). Inscribed by Hawkes to John Barth and his wife: "To Jack and Shelly for sensuality! Much love/ Jack/ Prov. June, 1971/ We'll sail to those Greek isles yet. Voila." Laid in is a small page of notes on the book in Barth's hand (about 70 words, with a dozen crossed out, on a 3" x 4" scrap of paper): "H's peasant nudes have a beginning and an end but no middle (213)," etc. When Hawkes passed away in 1998, Barth wrote his obituary for The New York Times, which included the following comments: "With the death at 72 of John Hawkes -- fiction writer, fiction mentor and fiction live reader extraordinaire -- we lost one of the brightest (and paradoxically darkest) lights of American letters through our century's second half, a navigation star for scores of apprentice writers however different their own literary course, and as spellbinding a public reader of his own work as I have ever heard." One instance of underlining by Barth, corresponding to one of his notes. Mild foxing to top edge of text block, else fine in a near fine dust jacket with the usual fading to the spine lettering, a touch of wear to the heel, and a corner crease to the front flap. A wonderful association copy, linking two of the premier American writers of the era. From the library of John Barth. . First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        [THE PENTAGON PAPERS] UNITED STATES-VIETNAM RELATIONS 1945-1967. 12 volumes. William Bundy's copy with his annotations

      Washington: Government Printing Office, 1971. First Edition. printed wraps. Very Good. Twelve quarto (8-1/4" x 10-3/4") volumes in original printed brown wraps of the official government publication, popularly known as THE PENTAGON PAPERS, collecting the 43 declassified volumes of the Department of Defense's 1968 study in 47 volumes (the last 4 volumes had not yet been declassified because they dealt with peace negotiations and the release of prisoners of war). Illustrated with charts, diagrams, and maps. Although not signed by him, this is William Bundy's copy, acquired along with a few other Vietnam-related books inscribed to him [See entries in our inventory under Westmoreland], and contains his scattered annotations. William Bundy had a long, distinguished service in the government in the CIA and in the Defense Department. He was appointed Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs in March 1964. His brother McGeorge was Special Assistant for National Security Affairs to Kennedy and Johnson from 1961-1966. Both are considered primary architects of America's involvement in Vietnam. In THE BEST AND THE BRIGHTEST, David Halberstam stated that during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, William Bundy's name "would probably be on more pieces of paper dealing with Vietnam over a seven-year period than anyone else's." First published by the New York Times in June of 1971, these volumes represented something of a personal defeat for Bundy who at the time had an 1100-page unfinished manuscript in which he selectively paraphrased from classifed papers in his possession and which was rendered unpublishable by the appearance of these volumes. Commissioned by Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, the reports were leaked by Daniel Ellsberg to reporter Neil Sheehan of the NEW YORK TIMES, who began publishing excerpts on 13 June 1971. The ìPentagon Papersî revealed several steps the Johnson and Nixon administrations had taken to escalate the war in Vietnam without informing the public. President Nixon argued that Ellsberg was guilty of felony treason (under the 1917 Espionage Act) because they had no authority to publish classified documents. Though the TIMES had been advised not to publish, they did so claiming the First Amendment right to publish information essential to citizensí understanding of their government. Nixonís Attorney General, John Mitchell, obtained a federal court injunction forcing the TIMES to cease publication. After the TIMES appealed, the case reached the Supreme Court. A separate case involving the WASHINTON POSTís publication of articles based on Ellsbergís leaks also reached the highest court. In June, 1971, the Supreme Court ruled (6-3) that the injunctions were unconstitutional.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        The Wolverhampton Wanderer, an Epic of Britannia in Twelve Books with a Resurrection & a Life, for Poetry United. 1/100 multi-SIGNED

      London: Latimer 1971. First Edition. Hardback. Fine/Fine. One of 100 copies signed by the author and artists and photographers who contributed to the book, this copy unnumbered. In Fine condition in a like wrapper.& Autographs include Feliks Topolski, Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, Jeff Nuttall, Adrian Henri, Tom Phillips, and Pete Hoida (this copy from the latter's Library, but without ownership marks)

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      The Rougemont Press. Exeter. 1971. FIRST EDITION. Limited to just 150 numbered copies with only the first 75 being signed by Ted Hughes after his introduction. 4to. (10.8 x 8.8 inches). 32 pages in total, including blanks and endpapers. This copy is one of the first 75, with Hughes signature. Original deep red cloth covered boards with gilt lettering to the front board and spine. In a near fine example of the plain beige, lettered in red, dustwrapper which has some minor fading to the top of the front panel and the spine but is general clean and tight around the book. Loosely inserted is a prospectus, order form (with hand written note about this copy being sent) and a small typed note about a forthcoming advert in the Times Literary Supplement. Overall a fine copy of this interesting publication. A volume of ten poems and thirteen drawings, unpublished in book form, by Plath.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        The Wright Field Story

      Clarksburg, WV: Saucerian Books. Very Good. 1971. Soft Cover. Very Good condition 80 pages in illustrated paper covers. Edges rubbed and the top corner is bumped. Rear cover has some minor staining. ; 4to - over 9¾" - 12" .

      [Bookseller: Book Gallery // Mike Riley]
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        POWER POLITICS. Signed

      Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 1971 Atwood, Margaret. POWER POLITICS. Signed. Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 1971. First Edition of Margaret Atwood's fifth poetry collection, wonderfully Inscribed by her to close friend & confidant, Canadian poet Daryl Hine in the year of publication; "For Daryl / with love / Peggy Atwood, 1971". 8vo. 58 pp. Fine in the publisher's decorated wrappers. A superb association copy.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        The Day of the Jackal

      London: Hutchinson, 1971.. First British edition of the author's first novel. Octavo. Inscribed by Forsyth. Fine in a near fine dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Angle of Repose

      Doubleday, 1971. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Signed. Flat SIGNED by Wallace Stegner on the half title page. The volume has a stamped ownership name and address on the front endpaper, is bumped at the spine ends and is lightly concave the length of the spine. The unclipped dust jacket has a 1/2" scrape on the front panel, a 3/8" closed tear with associated creasing, also on the front panel, and light soiling on the rear panel. The jacket is now sleeved in mylar.

      [Bookseller: Trilby & Co. Books]
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        MARTIN BUBER. An Intimate Portrait. Signed

      New York: The Viking Press, 1971 Hodes, Aubrey. MARTIN BUBER: AN INTIMATE PORTRAIT. Signed. New York: The Viking Press, 1971. Martin Buber, [1878-1965], Austrian-born Jewish Philosopher, Story Teller, Theologian - best known for his philosophy of dialogue, a form of religious existentialism centered on the distinction between the I-Thou relationship and the I-It relationship. 8vo., 242pp. A fine copy in orange cream coloured boards stamped wine red at the spine in a bright near fine price clipped dustwrapper. Significant non authorial but relevant presentation inscription neatly penned at the top of the front free endpaper: "To George and Margaret [Riemer]- with deep affection, sincere respect and abiding faith - In continuing dialogue - Lenny & Lenore Sandel" Neatly pasted below the inscription is an airmail envelope postmarked Jerusulem addressed to Mr. George Riemer of New York from Martin Buber. The 1 page typed letter dated Jerusalem, 12.12.1963 reads In Part: "Dear Mr. Riemer, Of course you may send me your questions and I will answer....In some measure I have dealt with the problem of marriage in my book " The Question to the Single One" published in German 1936. It's English translation is contained in my book "Between Man and Woman"... Sincerely yours, Martin Buber [In blue pen] ". A very nice copy indeed. In an elegant custom presentation collector's Nuba & hand made marbled paper clamshell case. ["Born in Vienna, Buber came from a family of observant Jews, but broke with Jewish custom to pursue secular studies in philosophy. In 1902, Buber became the editor of the weekly Die Welt, the central organ of the Zionist movement, although he later withdrew from organizational work in Zionism. In 1923 Buber wrote his famous essay on existence, Ich und Du (later translated into English as I and Thou), and in 1925 he began translating the Hebrew Bible into the German language. In 1930 Buber became an honorary professor at the University of Frankfurt am Main, and resigned in protest from his professorship immediately after Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933. He then founded the Central Office for Jewish Adult Education, which became an increasingly important body as the German government forbade Jews to attend public education. In 1938, Buber left Germany and settled in Jerusalem, in the British Mandate of Palestine, receiving a professorship at Hebrew University and lecturing in anthropology and introductory sociology."]. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Parade at Persepolis / Parade a Persepolis: Celebration of the 2,500th Anniversary of the Founding of the Persian Empire by Cyrus the Great

      Government of Iran, October 1971.. Paperback. 22.5 x 31.5cm. Unpaginated (about 194 pages). Languages: English, French, Farsi. Gorgeously illustrated with paintings and photographs of soldiers, cavalry, and officials from classical Persia up to the 1970s, the closing days of pre-revolution Iran. The 2,500 year celebration of the Persian Empire consisted of an elaborate set of festivities that took place on 12-16 October 1971 on the occasion of the 2,500th anniversary of the founding of the Iranian monarchy (Persian Empire) by Cyrus the Great. The intent of the celebration was to demonstrate Iran's long history and to showcase its contemporary advancements under Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran. The event was attended by major royalty and heads of state from around the world. For more information see,500_year_celebration_of_the_Persian_Empire. Official publication. The contents are in near fine condition, with a couple of pages coming slightly loose. The wraps are near fine with minor signs of shelfwear. Inscription in pen in Farsi to the rear free endpaper. Very rare, historically interesting document. Bookseller ref 182. .

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      London: The Arcadia Press, 1971. First Edition, One of 265 Numbered Copies only, Signed on the Title-Page by Field-Marshall Montgomery of Alamein. Illustrated with a profusion of photos, maps, and diagrams. Thick royal 8vo, publisher’s original full black crushed morocco lettered in gilt in compartments of the spine, decorated with military insignia and a facsimile of Montgomery’s signature on the upper cover in gilt, gilt decorated turn-ins, a.e.g., in a protective cloth slipcase. xiii, 406, index pp. A mint copy. FIRST EDITION, LUXURIOUSLY BOUND AND SIGNED BY MONTGOMERY OF ALAMEIN. A BEAUTIFUL AND VERY FINE COPY. The first combined edition of these two works, issued on the anniversary of the battle at El Alamein.

      [Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc.]
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        ICONS OF CYPRUS. Signed limited edition

      London, The Arcadia Press, 1971.. DELUXE EDITION LIMITED TO 265 NUMBERED COPIES (250 for sale), IN A SPECIALLY DESIGNED BINDING BY ZAENSDORF OF LONDON FOR ARCADIA PRESS, THIS BEING NUMBER 151, SIGNED ON THE TITLE PAGE BY ARCHBISHOP MAKARIOS, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS. 4to, approximately 330 x 250 mm, 13 x 9¾ inches, tipped in colour plate as frontispiece and 84 high quality coloured illustrations of byzantine icons, including 17 tipped in, and many full page of which 26 printed on gold background, plus a double page black and white map of the island, interesting Preface by Makarios, introduction with historical background and commentary throughout by Papageorgiou, pages: (2), 132 including index, bibliography and list of illustrations, the second title page printed red and some red initials in the text. Bound in full crushed red morocco, large gilt and black pictorial design on upper cover, gilt lettering to spine on small black panel with gilt decoration at top and bottom, all edges gilt, red marbled endpapers. A Fine crisp clean copy, a touch faded on the spine, lacking original publisher's box. First published in Geneva by Nagel and in London the same year by Barrie and Jenkins, this deluxe edition of small limitation is signed boldly in red ink on the title page by Archbishop Makarios. The evolution of icon painting on the island of Cyprus is described from pre Byzantine times to the 16th century by Athanasius Papageorgiou who at the time of publication was Curator of Ancient Monuments in Cyprus. After the Turkish invasion and occupation of Northern Cyprus in 1974 many thousands of icons and other church art and artefacts were looted and stolen and sold around the world and Athanasius Papageorgio devoted the rest of his life to recovering and restoring the missing items, some of which feature in this book. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        Lay Down My Sword and Shield (Signed First Edition)

      New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1971. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author. REVIEW COPY with a publisher's slip and promotional letter laid in. Fine copy in a Fine dust jacket. The author's third book.& 2000.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Lay Down My Sword and Shield

      NY: Crowell. (1971). The third of Burke's early novels, published by Crowell, who was not well-established as a publisher of fiction. Signed by the author. Small spot to lower rear board, a bit of offsetting to endpages; very near fine in a very near fine dust jacket with just a bit of loss of crispness to the edges. . First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The Secret Birthday Message

      New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1971.. First edition. Thin quarto, original illustrated boards. With the original die cuts present. Near fine in a near fine price-clipped dust jacket. Signed by Eric Carle on the title page. A very sharp copy.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        The Vantage Point Perspectives of the Presidency 1963-1969

      New York; (1971): Holt, Rinehart and Winston Inscribed by president Johnson on his presidential bookplate affixed to the half-title, additionally inscribed by Ernest McFarland below Johnson's bookplate. McFarland was an American politician and was the only Arizonan to serve in the highest office in all three branches of Arizona government; two at the state level and one at the federal level. He was a Democratic Senator, before serving as Governor of Arizona and later, Chief Justice on the Arizona Supreme Court. Provenance: Given to John B. Haldiman, a major Arizona politician, as a Christmas gift from Earnest McFarland whom had it inscribed to Haldiman by President Johnson.636pp., bound in red cloth, lettering gilt over blue to upper board and spine, in unclipped dust jacket very lightly rubbed along the edges. A very nice copy with letter of provenance laid in.. First Edition. Thick Octavo.

      [Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA-ILAB]
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        The Andromeda Strain (Original screenplay for the 1971 film)

      Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1971. Cinescript (and Final Script) for the 1971 film, "The Andromeda Strain," directed by Robert Wise, adapted for the screen by Nelson Gidding, and starring Arthur Hill. Based on the novel by Michael Crichton, who shot to international stardom on the heels of the film's success. & & In the unusual "preface" found in this screenplay, Robert Wise describes the "cinescript" as follows: " amplified screenplay, which uses the written page in a cinematic form to convey the total 'look' of a film. This method, incorporating illustrations, diagrams, 'schema' technique, computerized animations, multi-screen effects, and printouts, was suggested by the unique style of Crichton's novel, and retains it in translation to the screen. In a complex film, the advantage of a cinescript over the established screenplay format is a closer approximation for the reader of what will be seen on the screen." This technique continues into the script's appendix, with a map, facsimile documents, and scanner readouts, along with a chronology of events, notes regarding costumes, etc. & & Red studio wrappers and stamped "A Robert Wise Production" on the front wrapper. Holograph notation of crew member Eddie Keys' name at the top left corner. Title page present, with screenwriter and novelist credits for Gidding and Crichton, respectively. 173 pages, with blue revision pages throughout, dated variously between 1/22/1970 and 3/6/1970, followed by the unusual addition of the fifteen-page Appendix, with yellow pages, numbered I through XV. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good with a small dampstain at one corner and some wear to the yapped fore-edges, bound with two gold brads. Laid in is a call sheet for the 72nd day of shooting (May 15, 1970). A deluxe and uniquely-designed script for one of the most influential and enduring science fiction films of the 1970s.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Hairy Woodpecker, Red-bellied Woodpecker, Red-shafted Woodpecker, Lewis Woodpecker, Red-breasted Woodpecker. From "The Birds of America" (Amsterdam Edition) [Pl. 416]

      Amsterdam and New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation and Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1971-72. Colour-printed lithograph, on fine hand-made paper. Excellent condition. 37 1/8 x 24 3/8 inches. 26 3/4 x 39 7/8 inches (approx). In October 1971, employing the most faithful printing method available, the best materials and the ablest craftsmen of their age, the Amsterdam firm of Theatrum Orbis Terrarum Ltd., in conjunction with the Johnson Reprint Corporation of New York, set out to produce the finest possible limited edition facsimile of the greatest bird book ever printed: the Havell edition of John James Audubon's well-loved "Birds of America". The Curators of the Teyler's Museum in Haarlem, Holland made their copy of the original work available for use as a model. The Museum, founded in 1778, bought their copy through Audubon's son as part of the original subscription in 1839. After long deliberation, the extremely complex but highly accurate process of colour photo-lithography was chosen as the appropriate printing method. The best exponents of this art were the renowned Dutch printing firm of NV Fotolitho Inrichting Drommel at Zandvoort who were willing to undertake the task of printing each plate in up to eight different colours. The original Havell edition was published on hand-made rag paper and the publishers were determined that the paper of their edition should match the original. Unhappy with the commercially available papers, they turned to the traditional paper manufacturers G. Schut & Zonen (founded in 1625), who, using 100% unbleached cotton rags, were able to produce a wove paper of the highest quality, with each sheet bearing a watermark unique to the edition: G. Schut & Zonen [JR monogram] Audubon [OT monogram]. The publishers and their dedicated team completed their task late in 1972 and the results of these labours were affectionately known as the "Amsterdam Audubon." 250 copies were published and sold by subscription, with the plates available bound or unbound. Given all this careful preparation, it is not surprising that the prints have the look and feel of the original Havell edition. John James Audubon was born in Les Cayes, Haiti on 26 April 1785. From 1788 to 1803 he lived in France until he was sent to the United States to manage an estate that his father had bought in Pennsylvania. He returned to France in 1805, but his fascination with the United States had taken root and he returned again in May 1806. He married Lucy Bakewell in 1808 and together they embarked on a difficult period financially that was only to be resolved, through Audubon's unshakable and justified belief in his own abilities, with the publication of his masterpiece in 1827-1838. "The Birds of America" is the single greatest ornithological work ever produced and is the realization of Audubon's dream of traveling throughout the United States recording, natural size, every native bird then known. The 435 double-elephant folio sized plates, printed by the Havells of London, depict some 1,065 different species, the majority drawn from specimens that Audubon himself had captured. The Havell edition was expensive at the time of publication and this has not changed. Possibly the last complete copy which will ever appear on the market sold for a staggering $8,802,500 in a sale in New York in March 2000. Currently, the increasingly rare individual plates from this edition, when they do appear, generally sell for between $5,000 and $175,000 depending on the image. The quality of the Amsterdam Audubon plates is apparent to any discerning collector and it is becoming ever clearer that they offer the most attractive alternative to the Havell edition plates, given the latter's spiraling prices. Cf. Zimmer, p. 22; cf. Bennett, p. 5; cf. Fries, Appendix A; cf. Wood, p. 208; cf. Nissen IVB 51; cf. Sabin 2364; cf. Ripley 13; cf. Tyler, Audubon's Great National Work, 1993, Appendix I.

      [Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books]
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        Les chênes qu'on abat.

      Gallimard 1971 - - Gallimard, Paris _1971, 13x19,5cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 80 exemplaires numérotés sur Hollande, tirage de tête. Très bel exemplaire. . La Librairie Le Feu Follet offre aux clients AbeBooks 10% de réduction ainsi que les frais de port vers la France métropolitaine sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 2070 EUR. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Story for Sara. What Happened to a Little Girl

      NY: Albondocani Press, 1971. Oblong 12mo. (18)ff. One of twenty-six lettered copies, signed by Gorey. An ironic tale, illustrated Gorey's characteristic drawings. What happened to the little girl was not very nice, but then again, neither was she. Some slight fading to spine and the faintest trace of soil to front cover, else very fine in yellow illustrated wrappers. (Toledano A41a).

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        Pale Gray for Guilt (First American Hardcover Edition, signed)

      Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1971. First American edition in hardcover in a first issue jacket, with a code of 971 at the top right corner of the front flap, and a price of $5.50 at the bottom of same. INSCRIBED by the author on a generic bookplate tipped in at the title page. Bookplate of noted collector Duke Collier on the front flyleaf. & & Fine and unread in an about Fine, minutely rubbed dust jacket. As sharp a copy of this Lippincott series title as we have seen.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Il manifesto.

      Subject: (Giornali). Roma, 1971, A. I, dal n 1 (28 aprile) al 27, 29/52, 54/128, 130/135, 137/150, 152/168, 170/207. Sembrerebbero mancare solo sei numeri all'annata completa, ma vi sono alcuni 'doppi' (ma diversi) ed altri (ad es. il 28) non sono mai usciti. 1972, A. II n 1/26, 28/30, 30bis, 31 (due n. diversi), 32/34, 36/106, 108, 110/113, 115, 116, 119/141, 143/151, 153/157, 160.

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        The Autobiography and Sex Life of Andy Warhol

      Other Scenes Inc, New York,, 1971. by John Wilcock and a Cast of Thousands. Quarto. Original wrappers, titles to upper wrapper in white. Photos by Shunk-Kender and others. Light rubbing to corners First Edition, First Printing. Signed on the title page by Andy Warhol.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Crossing the Water. [Proof and Trade editions]

      London: Faber and Faber Ltd., 1971., 1971. FIRST EDITION. Octavo pp. 64. Publisher's blue cloth, gilt titles to spine in original cream dust jacket. Absolutely fine. Together with a mint copy of the scarce uncorrected proof in green wraps.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        El Alamein to the River Sangro: Normandy to the Baltic

      Arcadia Press 1971. First Edition. Hardback. Fine/No Jacket. First Arcadia signed limited edition of 1971, one of only 265 copies. SIGNED by Montgomery. Illustrated, original full niger morocco in slip-case. Truly exceptional copy. Mint in a like mint original matching black slip-case. Superb and scarce.

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        Plakat - Max Bill, Galerie im Erker am Gallusplatz, St. Gallen, 18 September - 20. November 1971. Siebdruck.

      1971 1971 - 62 x 78 cm, Tadellos, A Vom Künstler rechts unten signiert. 1000 gr.

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        The Vantage Point Perspectives of the Presidency 1963-1969

      Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York; (1971) - Inscribed by president Johnson on his presidential bookplate affixed to the half-title, additionally inscribed by Ernest McFarland below Johnson's bookplate. McFarland was an American politician and was the only Arizonan to serve in the highest office in all three branches of Arizona government; two at the state level and one at the federal level. He was a Democratic Senator, before serving as Governor of Arizona and later, Chief Justice on the Arizona Supreme Court. Provenance: Given to John B. Haldiman, a major Arizona politician, as a Christmas gift from Earnest McFarland whom had it inscribed to Haldiman by President Johnson.636pp., bound in red cloth, lettering gilt over blue to upper board and spine, in unclipped dust jacket very lightly rubbed along the edges. A very nice copy with letter of provenance laid in. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Vantage Point: Perspectives on the Presidency

      New York, Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1971. First edition. Octavo, original red cloth. While most copies appear to be signed by autopen on bookplates, this copy is signed by the hand of President Lyndon B. Johnson in the book itself. Fine in a fine price-clipped jacket.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        The Beloved Feeds

      Paris & New York: Leon Amiel, , 1971. Etching with aquatint in colours and addition of gold paint on Arches script paper. Sheet size: 565 x 380 mm. Presented float mounted in a light ash box frame with UV glass. Fine condition. Edition of 250. Signed lower right in pencil by Dali and numbered lower left. Issued as one of twelve prints from the Song of Songs of Solomon portfolio.

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        Kishin Shinoyama. Olele Olala,

      Shueisha, Tokyo, 1971. paperback. fine. Shinoyama's inimitable look at the decadence of Rio at Carnival time. An unsung innovator in color photography, this book pre-dates his three masterpieces in the medium, Hareta Hi (A Fine Day), 1975; The Meaning of the House, 1975 and Paris, 1977.

      [Bookseller: artecontemporanea_com]
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      Knopf, 1971. First Edition (first printing). The third novel by the author of THE WRECKAGE OF AGATHON, a comic and yet grotesque revision of the BEOWOLF story. Includes a letter to booksellers from Knopf introducing the book and the layout for an advertisement that appeared in the New York Times Book Review on October 31, 1971. Very Nearly Fine in a Fine dust jacket but for two tiny folds to the rear jacket flap -- a very clean copy. Inscribed by Gardner on a page prior to the half-title page as follows: " To George & Kate/Best wishes/John Gardner." This book is from the library of the late noted Oklahoma book collector Larry Owens.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Fine.

      [Bookseller: Bill Leone, Bookseller ABAA]
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      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1971 First Edition of this highly-regarded Lew Archer mystery Signed by Ross Macdonald on the front free endpaper. A fine copy in 1/4 black cloth over orange paper covered boards, gilt titles to the spine in a just about fine pictorial dustwrapper. 8vo. 273 pp. A wonderful copy of this MLC 5 Dagger Classic. Adapted into film with Peter Graves as Archer. Pronzini & Muller, 1001 Midnights. Very uncommon signed.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        L'Hospital de Santa Creu i de Sant Pau (with an Aquatint on Arches Wove by Pablo Picasso)

      L'Hospital de Santa Creu i de Sant Pau. Barcelona, Editorial Gustau Gili, 1971. 4to. One of 182 numbered copies with 1 aquatint on Arches wove by Pablo Picasso ("Buste d'homme barbu au chapeau", Bloch 2014, Bauer 1989B, 30x23 cm), signed in red pencil and numbered 111/182. In original slipcase. Text and aquatint clean and in very good condition. Ref: Cramer 151.

      [Bookseller: Marninart, Inc (ABAA-ILAB)]
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        Max and the Wild Things having a Rumpus

      New YorK: Harper & Row,, 1971. Sheet size: 26.5 x 58.0 cm. Original process lithograph on white wove paper. Excellent condition. Presented in a lime wax frame with UV glass. Edition of 200. Signed in pen by Sendak lower right. This image from Where the Wild Things Are was created in 1971 as part of a project with 19 different images from eight different books comprising Maurice Sendak's favorite images that he felt could exist on their own without text, for framing or hanging on the wall.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        A SORT OF LIFE

      London: The Bodley Head, 1971 First edition, first prnt. Signed by Greene on the title page. Dustjacket with touched corners, minimal rubbing on spine folds and faint beginning toning on the flaps' topedges. Fine condition in a Very Good dustjacket with an archival cover.Signed by Author. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

      [Bookseller: Revere Books, ABAA & IOBA]
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