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        40+1+3. Gioco delle carte Piacentine con libera interpretazione di 44 artisti

      Pari & Dispari Editori, 1971. 44 litografie originali a colori firmate e numerate a matita sul retro (cm 11x7) inserite in una cartella di panno verde (cm 70x50). Denari e Spade: R. Crippa, A. Bonalumi, S. Monachesi, L. Del Pezzo, G. Harloff, M. Merz, G. Niccolai, V. Agnetti, P. Gallina, F. Vaccari, R. Alberti, G. Falzoni, G. Desiato, C. Parmeggiani, F. Pardi, A. Spatola, B. Di Bello, M. Gastini, U. Mastroianni, W. Xerra, G. Baruchello, E. Mattiacci, P. Restany. Retro di G. Alviani. Coppe e Bastoni: G. Turcato, E. Tadini, M. Nannucci, C. Costa, E. Villa, A. Calderara, M. Mochetti, M. Mariotti, G. Rubino, E. Mariani, G. Dova, H. Chin, G. Marotta, R. Aricò, E. Vedova, E. Innocente, P. Echaurren, A. Cavaliere, C. Pozzati, N. Carrino. Fiches di G. Bizzarri. A cura di Rosanna Chiessi, Corrado Costa e Mario Ferrari. cm 70x50. pp.. . Ottimo (Fine). . Edizione originale di 150 es. numerati. . La casa editrice ParieDispari, fondata da Rosanna Chiessi nel 1971, entra subito in contatto con gli artisti concettuali e della body art italiani e i poeti visivi. Nel 1973 entra in contatto con il movimento Fluxus e l'Azionismo Viennese in collaborazione con Francesco Conz e Peppe Morra. In oltre 30 anni di attività ha prodotto non soltanto edizioni rare, ma anche mostre, eventi, installazioni e concerti.Da "In bicicletta sul mare. Tra arte e vita: una autobiografia" di Chiessi:"[...] nel '71 iniziai la mia attività di editore d'arte fondando Pari e Dispari. Fu il poeta Corrado Costa ad inventare il nome della mia casa editrice d'arte Pari e Dispari. La prima edizione che feci fu quella di un mazzo di carte da gioco coninvolgendo 44 artisti. In quella occasione Corrado Costa scrisse il testo che voglio ricordare qui di seguito. L'edizione, che presentai alla Biennale di Venezia nel 1972 ebbe tanto successo che la rivista Domus mi dedicò la copertina con uno scritto di Pierre Restany. Questo primo lavoro ha rappresentato per me sempre un simbolo, proprio perchè il primo e proprio perchè ebbe la fortuna di dare molto sclancio al mio lavoro".Uno scritto per le carte di Corrado Costa: "Fare la storia di questo mazzo di carte è un po' fare la storia di un viaggio attraverso l'Italia, alla ricerca di un Fante, un Cavallo, di una Regina ecc. Reggio Emilia, sabato sera, 1971, in un'osteria di campagna si gioca a carte, si mangia, si beve il litro intero e si parla e così nasce anche un'idea: le carte piacentine, quelle della briscola, saranno interpretate da 40 pittori...Comincia così la lunga impresa di Rosanna Chiessi che a cavallo di una geep rincorre, stana i vari Parmiggiani, Carrino, Marotta, Innocente ecc. per proporre la sua idea. Emilio Villa e Costa la aiutano ad allacciare i primi contatti. Riceve consensi quasi unanimi. Dopo circa un mese cominciano ad arrivare i primi bozzetti, dopo sei mesi le carte sono 20. Baruchello non si riesce a trovare, ma alla fine anche lui si trasforma in un 9 di spade, Echaurren si improvvisa intanto 7 di bastoni. Roberto Crippa disegna un'aquila volante, poco tempo dopo precipita dall'aereo. Fabro non manda nulla perchè non sa nemmeno giocare a carte, mentre con Melotti qualunque dialogo risulta impossibile se non paradossale. Milano, Roma, Venezia, Torino, Firenze, Bologna, Reggio Emilia. Arrivano i bozzetti di Cavaliere, Merz, Gallina. 7 di denari, 2 di coppe, fante di spade, ormai ci sono tutte, c'è pure il retro (pardon il verso) di Alviani e ci sono le fiches di Bizzarri. Adesso comincia l'ardua fatica della firma. E si riparte, come daccapo. Da Harloff, Restany, Gastini, Nannucci, Spatola, Mariotti, ecc. Giusto alla vigilia della Biennale di Venezia, tutto è pronto, tutto è firmato, non rimane ora che risedersi a tavolino e fare insieme una partita a 'carte'". Le carte sono piacentine, di Piacenza. Realizzate però da 44 realizzatori. Perchè 44? 44 perchè sono esattamente 40+1+3. +1 significa il dorso, ovverossia il rovescio della carta: rovescio sul quale non si possono fare segni, orecchi, tagli, orribili ditate. +3 che sono esattamente le carte che è possibile sostituire per ottenere un minimo di variazioni del mazzo.

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        The Brandywine River Museum Opening Show - Poster

      The Brandywine Museum, Chadds Ford 1971 - Approximately 26 x 40 inches image area. under glass and wood framed, overall size 27.5 x 42 inches. Printed in colours. This is the original poster for the exhibition of works by N. C. Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth, James Wyeth, Howard Pyle and "Students". Printed on the poster is "Opening show" and depicted is "Captain Bill Bones" by N. C. Wyeth.

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        Retrospective Exhibition of the English Potter Bernard Leach

      

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        Das Elend des Historizismus. Dritte verbesserte Auflage.

      Mohr Vlg., Tübingen 1971. - gr.8°, kartoniert, 132 Seiten, Reihentitel mit handschr. Widmung des Philosophen: "Für Fritz vom Karl Weihnachten 1971" tabakrüchig, fleckig, staubig, sonst gut [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Strette suivi de Méridien et d'Entretien dans la montagne

      First edition in French, one of 35 numbered copies on pur fil, the only large paper copies. A very fine copy. Mercure de France Paris 1971 15x22cm broché

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        Typed letter signed

      1971. Signed. O'KEEFFE, Georgia. Typed letter signed. Abiquiu, New Mexico: No publisher, August 27, 1971. Original two leaves of onionskin carbons (each 8-1/2 by 11 inches) in typescript, signed, initialed on the rectos; three leaves of typescript in facsimile on the rectos. Together housed in a custom clamshell box. $3500.Typed letter signed by renowned artist Georgia OÂ’Keeffe to her sister, boldly signed by OÂ’Keeffe on the second page, with her initials, “G OÂ’K” on the first page of the two carbon leaves, writing her sister about “my paintings owned by youÂ… and my paintings lent to you by me,” as well as her wishes for certain paintings designated for the National Gallery of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and other major museums, housed in a beautiful custom clamshell box.""Georgia O'Keeffe was a key figure in the American 20th centuryÂ… as a strong and individual colorist and as the lyric poet of her beloved New Mexico landscape, she left her mark on the history of American artÂ… O'Keeffe's career, Hilton Kramer wrote, ''is unlike almost any other in the history of modern art in America.'' It embraced virtually the whole history of modern art"" (New York Times). This August 27, 1971 letter speaks to the artistic legacy of Georgia O'Keeffe, as well as her close relationship with her sister, Anita, wife of Robert R. Young. ""Georgia remarked late in her own artistic career that Anita would have painted circles around her if she hadn't been afraid to free her own imagination on paper"" (Reilly, Georgia O'Keeffe, 321), and in March 1984 Georgia was visiting her sister in Florida when she suffered a coronary and was flown back to New Mexico, only two years before her death at age 98. The subject of this letter is, as she writes in part, ""conversations between us regarding my paintings owned by youÂ… and my paintings lent to you by me,"" as well as her desire for select paintings ""to go to the institutions designated"" by her. At times, in earlier wills, ""O'Keeffe had named family members as legateesÂ… During the 1970s, however, the wills she had made directed more property to the public than to family, and in the 1979 will, no family members at all were named as heirsÂ… The change in her property planning had little bearing on Georgia's family relationships. These were still strong and affectionate"" (Robinson, Georgia O'Keeffe, 542). Upon her own death in 1985, ""Anita willed all ten of her Georgia O'Keeffe paintings to the Robert R. Young Foundation,"" which had been established to honor her husband (Reilly, 323).The text of the letter reads: ""Abiquiu, New Mexico 87510, August 27, 1971. Mrs. Robert R. Young, FAIRHOLME [upper case in original] Ochre Point, Newport, Rhode Island 06840. Dear Anita: This will confirm conversations between us regarding my paintings owned by you (see List A) and my paintings lent to you by me (see Lists B and C). As to those paintings owned by you (see List A), you agree upon your death by your last will and testament or other undertaking to cause these paintings to go to the institutions designated on List A. I would like you to make it a condition of such a gift that these institutions may not lend these paintings, except for once in twenty years. Such a loan could only be for a major retrospective exhibition of my work held by a museum, or an equivalent exhibition of the Stieglitz Collection, or for some unforeseen situation of special importance which may come up. I would also like you to ask that the O'Keeffe frame which I have designed (silver or metal) be kept on these paintings, unless the institution wishes to show them without any frame at all. Such agreement on your part so as to dispose of these paintings in no way restricts your right to sell them during your lifetime in case you are in personal need. Should you need to sell any of these paintings, however, you will give me or my legal representative the right to purchase the painting or paintings to be disposed of at the prices you paid for them. As to those paintings loaned by me to you, all o which are set forth on Lists B and C, receipt of which by you is acknowledged, we have agreed between us that you may retain these paintings during your lifetime, even though I may predec[letter ""l' inked over]ease you, unless the provisions in my will concerning this do not hold. At any time during your lifetime I or my legal representative may request in writing the return of two paintings per year of the paintings on Lists B and C, and you will undertake to return them to me at your expense. If, at any time during your lifetime you desire to return all or part of the paintings to me, you may do so by notifying me or my legal representative in writing, and sending them at your expense by my packer to a destination designated in writing by me. Should you be severely incapacitated so that you cannot enjoy the paintings, it is our understanding that those on List A should be placed on loan at the designated [word crossed out in typescript] institutions after consultation with me or my legal representative, and that those on Lists B and C be returned to me. It is agreed that you will take all possible precautions to care for the paintings on Lists B and C as if they were your own, and that you will keep the paintings on all three lists in one of your three residences (900 Fifth Avenue, New York; 548 North County Road, Palm Beach, Florida; or Ochre Point, Newport, Rhode Island) except when in transit from one residence to another. It is further agreed that should any of the paintings on Lists A, B, and C need a conservator's care for their preservation, that this may only be done in consultation with me or my representative, using the person who takes care such problems for me in my own work. Work to be done on List A would be paid for by you, work on Lists B and C would be paid for by me, unless damage is due to your negligence. Should any of the paintings on List A be lost, stolen, or damaged, your obligations as designated above for List A are of no force. It is understood that the foregoing constitutes our entire understanding and that neither you nor I have any obligations one to the other, except those set forth above. If you agree with the foregoing, please sign and initial both pages of the carbon copy of this letter and return it to me as soon as possible. Very truly yours, [signed] Georgia O'Keeffe [typescript] Georgia O'Keeffe. [lower left of page two in typescript] Read and agreed to by me this [blank space] day of September, 1971 [space for signature left blank] [typescript] Anita O'K Young."" In addition to her signature on page two, O'Keeffe signed page one, ""G O'K."" Accompanying the carbons of O'Keeffe's two-page letter are photocopies of Lists A, B, And C, dated June 2, 1971, detailing the paintings owned by and lent to her sister, including those titled, ""Jimson Weed,"" ""Winter Cottonwoods East V,"" ""Calla Lilies on Red,"" ""Abstraction—White Rose III,"" and ""Red Hills and White Flower."" Next to each listed work is the corresponding insurance value, year, media, dimensions (in some cases), and the intended public institutions, including the National Gallery of Art, Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Neither carbon is signed or initialed by Anita. Minimal traces of tape to versos, tiny pinholes from staple removal to upper corners not affecting text or signatures.Signatures bold and dark. Fine condition.

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        Les chênes qu'on abat...

      First edition, one of 80 numbered copies on Hollande paper, the tirage de tête.Tiny insignificant wormholes to spine, a good copy. Gallimard Paris 1971 12,5x19,5cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Le nu perdu

      1971. Gallimard, Paris 1971, 14x20,5cm, broché. - Gallimard, Paris 1971, 14x20,5cm, broché. - Collective Edition, una delle copie numerate bouffant alfa. autografo preziosa firmata e datata di René Char Roland Barthes: "... sempre presente ..." Nizza copia. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale collective, un des exemplaires numérotés sur bouffant alfa. Précieux envoi autographe daté et signé de René Char à Roland Barthes : "... toujours au présent..." Agréable exemplaire.  

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        Teorie sul plusvalore Libro quarto del "Capitale"

      Editori Riuniti - Roma, 1971. ITALIANO 0,88 Buono stato, sovraccoperta originale iin carta patinata, progetto grafico di Bruno Munari, tracce di fioritura sparsa, cifra scritta con pennarello su recto, bordo sfregato; coperta in simil pelle, caratteri dorati in bassorilievo su piatto anteriore e dorso, tagli poco bruniti, pagine in ottimo stato. Traduzione e prefazione di Giorgio Giorgetti. XXIV volume della collana Biblioteca del pensiero moderno. II edizione. Solo I volume USATO

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        Andy Warhol's Trash. Prospectus de présentation avec le synopsis accompagné des douze affichettes publicitaires du film Trash (1970) pour la promotion de la version allemande réalisée par Constantin Films (Münich) en 1971.

      München, Constantin films, 1971. - En ff. Excellent état. Edition originale, série complète, en parfait état. Un an après sa sortie aux Etats-Unis en 1970, le film Trash de Paul Morrissey produit par Andy Warhol est doublé et diffusé en Allemagne par Constantin Films. Il fait partie de la trilogie qui comprend également Flesh (1968) et Heat (1972). Warhol, Morrissey,Joe Dallessandro, Jane Forth, F. Hughes, J. Johnson rejoints par Bob Colacello effectuent une tournée de promotion du film en Allemagne du 17 au 23 février 1971, en avant-première à Münich, puis à Francfort, Berlin, Darmstadt, Cologne. Réf. bibliographiques : Colacello, King Andy's german conquest, The Village Voice, 1971. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Portrait of Paul and Linda McCartney

      OFFERING: The unsigned Kodachrome II print given by Paul McCartney to Vincent Romeo, (his personal manager with McCartney Productions Ltd), one of a few developed expressly for Paul and Linda McCartney for private circulation. Purchased at the first memorabilia auction of Vincent Romeo's collection, the print has never been framed and is sleeved loose, as issued in the original Kodak color enlargement folder. No other example of the rare 276 x 353 mm (10.87 x 13.9 inches) print is known to have been offered for sale. Taken at the Malibu photo shoot that produced the iconic April 16, 1971 LIFE magazine cover, the print is a different and far more interesting photograph. As evidenced by the smaller grouping of yellow flowers in the background, the shot was taken closer in with a wider aperture. Because of its extraordinary intimacy, it was reserved for Paul and Linda and developed from the transparency by Kodak Lab about three months later, using the K-12 Development Process. Kodak's stamped seal on the rear of the print states, "A color print made by Kodak, July 71R."With its moving contrasts of emotional openness and reticence and exquisite balance of color, light, and shadow, it communicates Paul and Linda's love in a way never surpassed. THE DAY SHOOT: was held to promote the image of the post-Beatles Paul McCartney. The April 16, 1971 issue of LIFE magazine featured a famous interview with Paul, his first since the breakup of the Beatles. Publicity was coordinated with the May 1971 release of Paul McCartney's music recording, RAM, with contributions by Linda McCartney. The recording of RAM had been finished in March and Paul and Linda were working together on the illustrated RAM songbook at a house rented in Malibu, California for the family, including their two girls, Heather (by Linda's first marriage) and Mary (b. 1969, their first child together). Linda was three months pregnant with Stella. Henry Diltz, had met Linda (then Linda Eastman) in the summer of 1966 at the Modern Age Photo Lab in New York and she felt Paul would be comfortable with him.It was decided to invite Henry to shoot the session at the Malibu house, knowing he didn't develop his own work. The afternoon shots were taken with a Pentax SLR 35mm camera by the garden near the pool. Paul was engrossed with his marriage and family with Linda and determined to integrate her into his musical life. The published LIFE interview with Richard Merryman closes with Paul's comment on family, farm, and the new energy he has discovered; "We've got to get back to plant the seeds. Nature doesn't wait." CONDITION: Near Very Good. Print: top tips with light wear, top outer corner with two tiny scratches, edges with light bend that won't be seen when mounted and framed. Scrutinized close-up in bright light, a slight dulling of Paul's hair can be seen on the left side, likely from cleaning: there is no other color deterioration. Rear of Print: a finger smudge and small black bar, marks not visible viewing the print. / Kodak Folder: some handling wear and a few bubbles, a small stain at the top edge and light soiling, upper side with auction number in pencil. VINCENT ROMEO: Before becoming personal manager for Paul McCartney at MPL, he was a leading agent with CMA and represented Cat Stevens and Grand Funk Railroad. Recommended to Paul and Linda by Lee V. Eastman, Linda's father, a prominent New York entertainment lawyer, who had been retained as counsel by Grand Funk Railroad, he left CMA for MPL. After, he became vice president of artist development for CBS International Records. HENRY DILTZ: A leading rock photographer of the 60's-70's California rock music scene and the official photographer of Woodstock and the Monterey Pop Festival, he would also be flown to the Virgin Islands by Paul and Linda McCartney in 1977 to take photos for a remembrance book while Wings was finishing tracks for "London Town". Photographs for more than 250 album sleeves are credited to him, including the first album of Crosby, Stills & Nash, the Doors' "Morrison Hotel", James Taylor's "Sweet Baby James", Jackson Browne's eponymous debut, and the Eagles' "Desperado". A documentary, "Under the Covers" discusses his album cover collaborations with Gary Burden. The comprehensive book on his work is "Henry Diltz: Rock On: The Photographs" with foreword by Graham Nash.

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        Sigill. Bl

      Hamburg, Otto Rohse Presse, 1971 bis 1999. Folge 1, Heft 3 (1971), Folge 2, Hefte 2 und 3 (1972), Folge 3, Heft 1 (1972), Folge 4, Hefte 1, 2, 3 und 4 (1974/75), Werkverzeichnis der Holzstiche, Folge 5, Heft 1 (1975), Heft 2 (1976), Heft 3 (1977), Folge 6, Hefte 1, 2 und 3 (1977/78), Folge 7, Hefte 1, 2, 3 und 4 (1979/80/82/83), Folge 8, Hefte 1, 2 und 3 (1983/84/85), Folge 9, Hefte 1, 2 und 3 (1986/87), Folge 10, Hefte 1, 2, 3 und 4 (1988, 89/90), Folge 11, Hefte 1, 2, 3 und 4 (1993)94), Folge 12, Hefte 1, 2, 3 und 4/5 (1995/97), Folge 13, Heft 1 (1999). jedes Heft zwischen ca. 35 und ca. 120 S. 4

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        Upstate: Records and Recollections of Northern New York

      New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux 1971 - Small 8vo., blue cloth lettered in gilt; pictorial dust jacket. First edition, inscribed by Wilson to Henry Thornton, the critic's stepson: "To Henry and Daphne from Edmund." A wonderful family presentation copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Die rote Rakete am Nanga Parbat : Drehbuch zu einem Film, der nie gezeigt werden kann.

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        U.S. Foreign Policy for the 1970's

      1971. First Edition . Signed. NIXON, Richard. U.S. Foreign Policy for the 1970's: Building for Peace. Washington, D.C.: The White House, February 25, 1971. Octavo, original printed paper wrappers, staple-bound as issued; pp. [240]. WITH: Typed letter initialed. Washington, D.C.: The White House, March 17, 1971. Two pages of White House stationery (7 by 10-1/2 inches), typing on rectos only. Housed in custom chemise and half morocco slipcase. $3000.First edition of President Nixon's foreign policy review for 1971, with typed letter signed by him with his initials to his long-time supporter James S. Copley, prominent California newspaper publisher and collector.In his second annual review of the United States' foreign policy, Nixon outlines challenges to and opportunities for global peace, articulating and interpreting the Nixon Doctrine throughout as a guiding, flexible philosophy intended ""to place America's international commitments on a sustainable, long-term basis, to encourage local and regional initiatives, to foster national independence and self-sufficiency, and by so doing to strengthen the total fabric of peace"" (page 10). Specific topics include relation with the Soviet Union, the threat of nuclear weapons, movement toward European unity, ongoing war in Vietnam, the Arab-Israeli conflict, political and economic development in Africa, emerging terrorist threats, environmental protection and the role of the United Nations. Also published for the general public in a trade edition by Harper & Row. See Beisner & Hanson, American Foreign Relations Since 1600 24:14. Chemise with decorative bookplate of prominent journalist, newspaper publisher, philanthropist and collector James Strohm Copley, to whom Nixon's typed initialed letter is addressed. A conservative Republican, Copley was publisher of the San Diego Union, the San Diego Union-Tribune and the San Diego Evening Tribune from 1947 until his death in 1973. He was Chairman of the Board of The Copley Press, a newspaper chain comprising 15 daily and 32 weekly publications. His ""astonishing collection"" of some 2000 items focused largely on manuscripts and letters, creating ""a documentary survey of the American past"" (New York Times).Slightest soiling to wrappers. Fine condition with distinguished provenance.

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        Einzeldrucke vor 1800 / Redaktion, Karlheinz Schlager. In 11 volumes

      Kassel ; Basel ; Tours : Ba?renreiter, 1971-2003. First Edition. Near fine copy in the original title-blocked pictorial cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Series; Internationales Quellenlexikon der Musik. A =Re?pertoire international des sources musicales. A =International inventory of musical sources. A ; I. Physical description; 11 volumes ; 25 cm. Contents; Bd. 1. Aarts-Byrd -- Bd. 2. Cabezo?n-Eyre -- Bd. 3. Faa-Gyrowetz -- Bd. 4. Haack-Justinus -- Bd. 5. Kaa-Monsigny -- Bd. 6. Montalbano-Pleyel -- Bd. 7. Plowden-Schreyer -- Bd. 8. Schrijver-Uttini -- Bd. 9. Vacchelli-Zwingmann -- Bd. 11. Addenda et corrigenda A-F -- Bd. Notes; Holdings: 1- (1971-). A catalog of printed music published between about 1500 and 1800, limited to music prints containing the works of a single composer (as opposed to collections containing works by a number of different composers, which are covered in the International inventory of musical sources, Series B). Vols. 8-9 edited by Otto E. Albrecht and Karl-heinz Schlager; vols. 11. Subjects; Music - Bibliography. Music - Catalogs. Music publishing - Catalogs. Music - Bibliography - Bibliography. Genre; Bibliography.

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        Huis-clos : 2 poèmes

      Paris: Arlette Albert-Birot, 1971. Livre. Très bon. Couverture souple. Ed. originale. Sl [Paris], sn [Arlette Albert-Birot], sd [1971]. 24 x 18 cm, une feuille de papier gaufré bleu, pliée en deux, portant au premier plat une pièce de titre contrecollée, et à l'intérieur, deux feuilles de papier vergé imprimées et contrecollées en pages (2) et (3). Edition originale rare, publiée par la veuve du poète. Bel exemplaire..

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        Crow Wakes

      Woodford Green, Essex: printed by Alan Tarling for Poet & Printer,, 1971. Twelve Poems. Small octavo. Original vellum-backed patterned boards, titles to spine and front in black. Fine. First edition, first printing, one of the scarce 100 copies retained by the poet, which seldom come to market, this copy signed and numbered by Hughes not once but twice. The title page verso is signed "No 26 Ted Hughes" the front free endpaper is signed and numbered "Ted Hughes 44/88". The printer Alan Tarling informed the bibliographers Sagar and Tabor that "These poems were excluded for personal reasons from [Hughes's] Crow opus...There were 200, a hundred each going to poet and printer plus 30 review or academic copies. None of mine was signed and each cost £2.25, though I gave some to friends and relatives. All the 'academic' copies were gratis, and said as much in an extra colophon . . . I don't know how TH's copies were distributed or whether or not they were signed." Hughes in fact numbered and signed all his copies on the title page verso from one to 100, but later apparently forgot that he had done this and signed what were presumably his remaining copies from one to 88 on the front endpapers.

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        Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

      first edition. NY, Random House, 1971, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. His second book, "A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream, illustrated by Ralph Steadman, this copy with an HST bookplate affixed to the front free endpaper, film source. Front text block with two stains, page 3 and preceding page with stain droplets, else fine.

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        Israel: A Personal History

      New York and Tel Aviv: Funk & Wagnalls and Sabra Books, 1971. First edition, limited issue, number 58 of 2000 copies signed by Ben-Gurion underneath his portrait frontispiece. Pale spotting to slipcase and sheet edges, generally fine. Thick 8vo. 862pp. Black-and-white plates. Original blue leather, gilt-lettered and -decorated on front cover and spine, top edges gilt; original cloth slipcase. The monumental history of Israel by its first Prime Minister, and its primary founder. Ben-Gurion was named one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Important People of the Twentieth Century.

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        [LGBT Poster]: Nocturnal Dream Shows Presents Midnight Movies etc. at Columbus and Powell at the Fantastic Palace Theatre of San Francisco, June [...] 1971 / Dirty Movie Nite [June] 4 & 5 / Tricia's Wedding & The Cockettes [June] 11 & 12 / Black Magic [June] 18 & 19 / Mad Woman of Chaillot [June] 25 & 26

      San Francisco, 1971. Very good antiquarian condition. Uncut oblong sheet 905 x 360 mm (34" by 8.5") printed in black on tan stock, designed to be cut into 5 flyers. Tiny nicks to edges. Original poster designed by the famed 70s artist Todd Trexler for the June schedule of events by the Nocturnal Dream shows, all at the Palace Theatre, home of the performance troupe the Cockettes. Events include a showing of the Cockettes film "Tricia's Wedding" which spoofed the wedding ceremony of Richard Nixon's daughter. The first we've seen in an uncut poster format.

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        Twilight II’ Woodblock Print by Akira Kurosaki

      Self published 1971 - An original coloured woodblock by Akira Kurosaki printed on the artist’s own watermarked hand-made paper. No 33/50 copies. Signed, titled and dated ‘71 in red pencil by Akira Kurosaki . General overall browning in margin,which is not noticeable when mounted.Print size 410 x 285 mm; Sheet size 500x 360mm [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Dutch Details.

      (Deventer/Arnhem), The Octopus Foundation/Sonsbeek 71, 1971. Blank cardboard wrappers with letterpress-title on front panel (hardcover), 11,5 x 38 cms., 23 pp (10 lateral fold-out pages) with 116 offset printed black-and-white images of bridges and the buildings taken with a hand-held at bridge-locations and the bridges themselves, covering the communities of Veendam, Stadskanaal, Musselkanaal and Ter Apel, all situated in the North of The Netherlands. Wrappers show some discooration due to age, a very small strip of title-page (0,2 cm.) faded, but generally a fine copy of this very scarce publication. Edition of 3000 copies (of which many were lost, some say only approximately 200 have been survived). Ruscha, Ed/Edward.

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        Rime amorose e morali.

      Cento amici del libro, 1971. impresso col torchio a mano di Giovanni Mardersteig in 140 esemplari. l'acquaforte del supposto autoritratto di Leon Battista Alberti è di Pietro Annigoni

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        Acetate Master in Colours for the 1971 'Rupert' Annual (Alfred, 1892-1986, Writer and Illustrator of the Rupert Bear Stories)]

      1971 - showing Rupert meeting a friend carrying a parcel, and being led somewhere by the friend, 4 hand-coloured panels each 3½" x 4" on card mount 13½" x 9½", vignettes of Rupert and his mother in top corners of mount, no place, Alfred Bestall took over the Daily Express stories and drawings from creator Mary Tourtel in 1935. He maintained her image of Rupert, improved the stories and expanded the backgrounds to include his beloved Snowdonia. His produced his last daily story in 1965, but he continued working on the annuals for several years. Here the pictures have that essential element - What happens next?

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA]
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        Look Back With Pleasure.

      Combe Lodge, Beckley, Sussex: , [c. 1971]. [Presentation copy of the unpublished typescript of the autobiography of Major General Sir Alec Bishop.] 2 volumes, octavo (254 x 205 mm), collation: volume I: ff. [ii] + xiv + 146; volume II: [i] + 147-304. Original binders of red faux leather spines, dark red cloth sides, brass binding screws, lettered in gilt on front covers. Professionally typed on rectos only, with dedication, preface, epilogue, appendix, and twelve pages of synoptic contents of the twenty-nine chapters. Inscribed on the title page of volume I: "With love and best wishes from the author - 16th January, 1972". A few light marks to binders, touch of foxing to titles and prelims (also to fore-edge), dampstain to fore-edge of volume I (not affecting margin of leaves); overall in excellent condition. Detailed, brisk, discursive and entertaining unpublished memoir by Major General Sir Alec Bishop (1897-1984), KCMG, CB, CVO, OBE, one of the senior British commanders in post-war Germany, running the gamut of his extensive career. The Imperial War Museum neatly summarises his account: "recording his experiences as a junior officer with the Dorset Regiment in Mesopotamia and Palestine during the First World War and in India during the 1920s, service in the Colonial and War Offices in the 1930s and in the War Cabinet Secretariat during 1940-1941 (with anecdotes about Churchill and the London Blitz), briefly as Deputy Director of the Political Warfare Executive at the end of the war, then with the Control Commission for Germany as Chief of Information Services, Deputy Chief of Staff and Regional Commissioner for North Rhine-Westphalia, 1945-1950, senior appointments in the Commonwealth Relations Office, 1951-1957, Deputy High Commissioner in Calcutta, 1957-1962, and High Commissioner in Cyprus, 1964-1965". Bishop's Great War service began as a junior officer with the 2nd Battalion of the Dorsets and there is a fascinating (if brief) account of his life "in the line", including some amusing asides ("one amenity not often found in the desert was provided by Lieut Holland and his violin. This officer had before the war occupied the position of first violinist in the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, and fortunately had brought his violin to war with him"). India includes much on social aspects (functions, polo, big game shooting) but also a glimpse of the Moplah Rebellion (also known as the Malabar Uprising) of 1921 in which the Dorsets were engaged ("the Moplah bands fought with great bravery, often charging out of the forest at close quarters, many only armed with the traditional short Moplah sword"). A period in the Colonial Office is followed by extensive travel in Africa (South Africa, Sudan, Somalia, "southern Rhodesia"); he is in East Africa when war breaks out and then joins the War Cabinet Offices ("Service revolvers in London Clubs") and some wonderful snapshots of Churchill ("The Prime Minister enjoying being under fire", "Mr Churchill's courage and inspiration" and "Mr Churchill and Polish officers") including an unforgettable image of the Prime Minister "climbing onto the roof of 'The Annexe' [above the Central War Room] in the evenings wearing his blue siren suit and tin hat, and watching the current air raid and the efforts of our searchlights to pick up the enemy bombers. He claimed that this interlude stimulated and helped him when he returned to the work at his desk"; Martin Gilbert quotes Churchill's own account of witnessing the Blitz from the same position on a different night (The Second World War, II pp. 305-06). There is then an extensive and fascinating first-hand account of Germany immediately after the war and the situation in India. Historian Dr Christopher Knowles, author of the recently published Winning the Peace: The British in Occupied Germany, 1945-1948, considers Bishop's activities in post-war Germany to be the most significant part of his career: "General Bishop was posted to Germany in June 1945, one month after the end of the war, and left five and a half years later on New Year's Eve 1950, which makes him one of the longer serving senior officers. His first position was head of the 'Public Relations and Information Services Control' division of British Military Government, generally known by its acronym, PRISC. In 1946 he was appointed Deputy Chief of Staff to Sir Brian Robertson, then Deputy Military Governor, and from 1948-1950 he was Regional Commissioner for North Rhine-Westphalia, by far the largest Land, or region, in the British Zone of Occupation. His memoirs are easy to read with a wealth of interesting stories and anecdotes". The Imperial War Museum has a copy among Bishop's personal papers otherwise it is, by its very nature, rare. An entertaining and well-written memoir from an officer with over five decades "mostly spent in the service of the British Empire" (Preface).

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        Einzeldrucke vor 1800 / Redaktion, Karlheinz Schlager. In 11 volumes

      Kassel ; Basel ; Tours : Bärenreiter, 1971, Hardcover, First Edition. Full Author Name: Schlager, Karl-Heinz. Albrecht, Otto Edwin (1899-1984). Kindermann, Ilse. Kindermann, Jürgen. Haberkamp, Gertraut. International Association of Music Libraries. International Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation Centres. International Musicological Society. Near fine copy in the original title-blocked pictorial cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Series; Internationales Quellenlexikon der Musik. A =Répertoire international des sources musicales. A =International inventory of musical sources. A ; I. Physical description; 11 volumes ; 25 cm. Contents; Bd. 1. Aarts-Byrd -- Bd. 2. Cabezón-Eyre -- Bd. 3. Faa-Gyrowetz -- Bd. 4. Haack-Justinus -- Bd. 5. Kaa-Monsigny -- Bd. 6. Montalbano-Pleyel -- Bd. 7. Plowden-Schreyer -- Bd. 8. Schrijver-Uttini -- Bd. 9. Vacchelli-Zwingmann -- Bd. 11. Addenda et corrigenda A-F -- Bd. Notes; Holdings: 1- (1971-). A catalog of printed music published between about 1500 and 1800, limited to music prints containing the works of a single composer (as opposed to collections containing works by a number of different composers, which are covered in the International inventory of musical sources, Series B). Vols. 8-9 edited by Otto E. Albrecht and Karl-heinz Schlager; vols. 11. Subjects; Music - Bibliography. Music - Catalogs. Music publishing - Catalogs. Music - Bibliography - Bibliography. Genre; Bibliography. Text is in German ; English ; French. ISBN: 3761802285. ISBN/EAN: 9783761802281. Inventory No: 235525.

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        The Moths of America North of Mexico

      Wedge Ent. Res. Foundation 1971-2004 - 25 parts (in 22 vols), col plates, text figs. 4to. HB/PB. Vg. From the library of Basil Harley, with his small book-plate. Basil Harley was involved from the outset with the project, as managing director of the Curwen Press, the printers of the series up until 1978, and is pictured in the first volume with members of the editorial team. Five volumes have been specially bound by the Curwen Press in red buckram, the remainder in wrappers as issued. Complete set of 25 published fascicles up until 2004: 5.1, 6.1-2, 7.1, 7.6, 13.1a-c, 13.2a-b, 15.2-5, 18.1, 20.1-2, 21, 22.2A-B, 25.1, 26.1, 27.1-3. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Poems.

      Clairvaux, Jura, France: Published by the Trianon Press for the William Blake Trust, London, 1971 - Small folio. Original tan quarter morocco, marbled paper sides, titles gilt to spine. With the original marbled paper slipcase. Tiny splits at the mouth of the slipcase, otherwise fine. Colour and monochrome plates throughout. First edition thus, publisher Arnold Fawcus's copy, number 1 of 28 numbered copies with the following calligraphic limitation notice signed by Geofrey Keynes, "This special edition bound in quarter morocco with added material shewing progressive stages of the printing of the plates is signed by the author & is limited to 28 numbered copies. No. 1. Geoffrey Keynes". This deluxe copy derives from the publisher's archive held by the descendants of the Trianon Press's founder and publisher Arnold Fawcus. The reduced format 16-colour facsimile appeared one year before the larger format 8-colour facsimile of 1972 - although that three volume edition is a magnificent piece of book making, this smaller format version, as well as being somewhat more wieldy, shows the quality of the Trianon Press's colour facsimile printing at its best. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Munakata Shiko ten: bunka kunsho jusho kinen. Shiko Munakata exhibition. With an inscription painted by Shiko Munakata.

      Tokyo, Japan: Asahi Shinbunsha, 1971. 12 pages of text, followed by 6 color plates, 58 pages of black & white illustrations, and 6 pages of text including a photograph of the artist. Original paperback binding has a small tear (repaired) at the top of the spine, and moderate shelfwear and soiling to the rear cover. The closed page edges are moderately foxed, although this does not affect the text or illustrations. The entirety of the text is Japanese. The inside front cover and front endpaper has a large original inscription in broad brush strokes by Munakata. Included is what is believed to be a ticket stub to the exhibition where this catalogue was sold and embellished by the artist. The text is clean and unmarked. First edition.. Signed. First Edition. Paperback. Very good condition. Oblong octavo (8vo).

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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        Voyage atlantique

      New edition of the French translation of which there were no large paper copies.Handsome autograph inscription dated and signed by Ernst Jünger to Gabriel Matzneff : ... (j'ai aussi passé une belle journée to Seydnaja)...Spine and covers slightly and marginally yellowed as usual. La table ronde Paris 1971 14x20cm broché

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        Ramayana of Valmiki, Vol. 6 : Yuddhakanda

      Oriental Institute, Baroda, India, 1971. Hardcover. Good. Ex-Library hardcover no dj (brown boards) with all the usual markings, possible attachments, and library wear. Heavy and/or oversized. Expedited or International Shipping may require additional postage.1109 pages. B00XT0UR8I

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        Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Signed Photograph.

      - Large photograph of Willy Wonka, the five golden ticket winners and their parents and a trio of Oompa Loompas. Boldly signed in by Gene Wilder, Peter Ostrum, Julie Dawn Cole, Denise Nickerson, Paris Themmen, and Michael Bollner, with each but Wilder adding their respective character names from the 1971 film. The photograph measures 12 inches by 17 inches. Double matted and framed. The entire piece measures 17.75 inches by 22.75 inches. An attractive piece. Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory is a 1971 American musical fantasy film directed by Mel Stuart, and starring Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka. It is an adaptation of the 1964 novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, who himself wrote the screenplay. The film tells the story of Charlie Bucket (Peter Ostrum) as he receives a Golden Ticket and visits Willy Wonka's chocolate factory with four other children from around the world. Filming took place in Munich in 1970, and the film was released by Paramount Pictures on June 30, 1971. In 1972, the film received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Score, and Wilder was nominated for a Golden Globe as Best Actor in a Musical. The movie introduced the song "The Candy Man", which went on to become a popular hit when recorded by Sammy Davis Jr. In 2014, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Complete wartime autobiography, signed. Comprising (1) Adolf Hitler, My Part in his Downfall; (2) Rommel. Gunner Who? A Confrontation in the Desert; (3) Monty. His Part in my Victory; 94) Mussolini. His Part in my Downfall; (5) Where have all the Bullets gone?; (6) Goodbye Soldier; (7) Peace Work.

      London: Michael Joseph, 1971-1991. FIRST EDITIONS, each Signed and inscribed by the author to a close, long-time friend (six presented to 'Jean' with various salutations, the other simply signed). 7 volumes. With numerous photographs, illustrations and facsimiles throughout, and pictorial endpapers. Original cloth in dust-wrappers.Some light acceptable wear. A near fine set housed in a custom-made fleece-lined spresentation case.

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        Le Torchon Brule Nos. 0-6 with La Mere Supplement [All Published]

      Paris: Le Torchon Brule, 1971. First edition. No. 0: 4to, 24 pages [including covers], offset printed on newsprint with two color cover. Numbers 1-5: Tabloid format, offset printed on newsprint in color. With supplement to No. 5: 4to, [8] pages, folded, unbound sheets offset printed in blue on newsprint. All issues published of one of the most important feminist periodicals published in France in the 1970's, which was an early and indispensable part of the second wave feminist movement in the country in the aftermath of the events of 1968. It includes the scarce debut issue zero, which was published as an insert in the Libertarian newspaper L'Idiote Liberte, and the special Mother's Day supplement, which was issued with no. 5 but is usually missing. The title of the periodical, which could be literally translated into English as "the dishcloth burns" is a French euphemism for domestic strife, with the connotation of an ongoing or running battle. Le Torchon Brule was a group project and radical with regards to content and format, with each issue being created by a different group of women. From a design perspective, Le Torchon Brule is remarkable for the extent to which the lack of a unified graphic design across the numbers seamlessly and successfully became the design itself, always provocative and involving the reader with each line and image - an achievement which has few parallels in the era. All issues in strong very good to near fine condition. Scarce complete, especially with the Mother's Day supplement and issue No. 0.

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        Derriére le Miroir 193/194. Peintures Sur Papier, Dessins.

      Paris: Maeght, 1971. SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION, number 15 of only 150 copies printed on Velin de Lana and SIGNED BY MIR

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        Typed letter signed by rocket scientist Wernher von Braun.

      Washington D.C.: Not published, 1971. One-page typed letter, on NASA stationery and dated May 27, 1971, signed by Wernher von Braun as Deputy Associate Administrator of NASA. An educator in training has asked von Braun about the value or worth of mathematics in the education of children. In response, von Braun states "...if a young person examines his daily life, and his future, in terms of his need for and use of numbers, calculations, even counting, he will come to understand that a knowledge of mathematics is an essential..." Folded in thirds where to fit in an envelope; mailing envelope is present.. Signed. First Edition. Unbound. Very good+ condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        "Vita. (SuperSuperficie)". Superstudio 1971. (Fotomontaggio con l'indicativo sottotitolo "Pulizie di primavera", una bambina munita di spazzolone al centro d'un terreno disseminato di desueti oggetti della quotidianità; intorno ampio spazio reticolato; in basso 5 immagini piccole, riquadrate, fra 2 testi in inglese).

      1971. S.l. (Milano), s.n.t. (Multirevol), s.d. (anni '70). Litografia originale a col. stampata su carta forte (cm. 70x100 compreso il margine bianco), titolata e numerata (N° 93 su tiratura di 100) a matita in basso. Fa parte degli "Atti fondamentali" nella serie "Vita, Educazione, Cerimonia, Amore, Morte" (21 marzo 1971 - 20 marzo 1973): progetto col quale il gruppo di Superstudio teorizza "una rifondazione antropologica dell'architettura". In "Vita" (o dell'immagine pubblica dell'architettura) quest'ultima è definita come disciplina-incrocio.

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        Pour ainsi dire.

      Paris, Editions PSI, 1971 - In-4, [30] pages, en feuilles sous chemise et emboîtage [260 X 340 mm.]. Ouvrage composé, mis en page et édité par Alain Satié, tiré à 51 exemplaires, tous numérotés et signés dont 6 sur Japon, 5 HC nominatifs et 40 sur Arches, composés d’une lettrie imprimée et de 5 eaux-fortes signées par Isou, Lemaître, Sabatier, Satié, Spacagna. - Un des 40 exemplaires sur vélin d’Arches. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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