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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 [Presentation copy of the unpublished typescript of the autobiography of Major General Sir Alec Bishop.] 2 volumes, octavo (254 x 205 mm), collation: volume I: ff.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 Detailed, brisk, discursive and entertaining unpublished memoir by Major General Sir Alec Bishop (1897-1984), KCMG, CB, CVO, OBE, one of the senior British commanders in post-war Germany, running the gamut of his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]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Munakata Shiko ten: bunka kunsho jusho kinen. Shiko Munakata exhibition. With an inscription painted by Shiko Munakata.

      Asahi Shinbunsha, Tokyo, Japan 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. Size: Oblong octavo (8vo) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [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.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini]
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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]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Lecointre-Drouet]
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        "Morte" (Il Cimitero di Modena)" - Superstudio 1971-73. (Fotomontaggio che collega la raffigurazione del "Cristo morto" del Mantegna ad immagini di elaboratori e di un uomo che "ascolta" il battito del proprio cuore, attraverso un ampio spazio vuoto, reticolato, al cui centro si vede una risoluzione grafica del Cimitero Monumentale di Modena; in fondo a destra testo in inglese).

      1971. S.l. (Milano), s.n.t. (Multirevol), s.d. (anni '70). Litografia originale a col. stampata su carta forte (cm. 70x100 margine bianco compreso), 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 in cui Superstudio teorizza "una rifondazione antropologica dell'architettura". "Morte, ovvero dell'immagine pubblica del tempo e della memoria" è riflessione scaturita dal progetto che Superstudio fà nel 1971 assieme ad Alessandro Poli per il Nuovo Cimitero di Modena. Immagine apparsa sul catalogo della mostra del 1973 alla Neue Galerie di Graz.

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        Das Bildnis des Dorian Gray. Oskar Wilde

      Klagenfurt : Kaiser, 1971. ungekürzte Sonderausgabe 263 S. ; 19cm Hardcover/Pappeinband Exemplar in gutem Zustand, Einband mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren, K12861

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Viertel]
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        La morte a Venezia

      Giulio Einaudi editore S. p. A.-Torino, TORINO 1971 - I coralli ITALIANO Buono stato, sovraccoperta originale illustrata in carta patinata, su recto disegno di Odilon Redon, bordo consumato con strappetti, su recto strappo riparato con scotch, tracce di sporco, dorso leggermente ingiallito; coperta in tessuto, macchia, pieghette del tessuto su piatto anteriore, tagli appena ingialliti, pagine in ottimo stato. Traduzione di Anita Rho. LXI volume della collana I coralli. VII edizione, ristampa identica alla precedente del 19 luglio 1969.

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS.

      262 pages. Coloured illustrations throughout by Ernest Shepard. Original green morocco; upper cover illustration blind-stamped gilt; lettered gilt on spine. All edges gilt. In original pale green pictorial slipcase, 25 x 17 cm. First edition thus. Limited to 250 signed copies, this is number 170, signed by Shepard on the limitation page. A fine copy.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        [Anvil Press] Early Poems 1940-42

      Lexington, KY Anvil Press 1971 Tall, slim 8vo: [8],27,[3]pp. One of 150 unnumbered copies printed in red and black in Hammer New Uncial type on handmade Hosho paper. Publisher's mustard boards with printed paper spine label, limitation slip laid; scarce original matching mustard dust jacket printed in black. A pristine copy, the jacket spine panel barely rubbed to the top edge. Provenance: pictorial book plate of bibliophile Arthur A. Goldsmith, Jr., to the front paste down. Fine Sixteen previously unpublished poems (save one). "One may question with suspicion an edition of the early unpublished poems of a well-known author and look upon them as one might the voyeur seeking forbidden fruits of curiosity, finding only weak work. Yet beyond generalization, a particular author's early works show forth his beginnings, the seeds of what is to come." (from the Foreword) Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Embrace / Hoyo

      Tokyo: Shashin Hyoronsha Publishing House, 1971. Hardcover. SIGNED. First edition, first printing. Fine hardcover with blunting to one tip in a Fine dust jacket in a Near Fine slipcase with a bump to one corner and the obi. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. A monograph of Hosoe's semi-abstract nude figure studies. Photographs, design and layout by Eikoh Hosoe; preface by Yukio Mishima. SIGNED BY HOSOE in kanji with silver ink on verso of title page, no inscription. Black cloth-bound boards with title stamped in white on cover and spine with dust jacket, in a printed cardboard slipcase with mounted wrap-around printed title plate and wrap-around promotional band (belly band/obi.) Unpaginated [96 pages]; 12 sepia-toned plates and 50 b&w plates, gravure-printed; 10.25 x 14.5 inches. Text in Japanese. Due to size and weight, international and expedited shipping will be more than quoted.

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        Hosoe, Eikoh. Embrace.

      Shashin Hyoronsha Publishing House, Tokyo. 1971. - 4_. OLn. mit OU unp. Schˆnes Expl. in OKart. Schuber mit Bauchbinde (diese mit Einrissen). Mit beiliegender Liste der Abbildungen und gelbem Prospekt [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nightspawn - SIGNED by the Author

      Secker and Warburg, 1971 A first edition, first printing published by Secker and Warburg in 1971. A very good book without inscriptions with some spotting to the top edge and a small indentation to the front board. SIGNED without dedication to the title page. This is the publisher's file copy and bears their number stamp to the head of the title page. In a near fine unclipped wrapper which is lightly faded to the spine.

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        Black History's Diversified Clientele: A Lecture at Howard University

      (Washington, D.C.): Department of History. Howard University. 1971. First. First edition. Blue cloth boards gilt. Fine, issued without dustwrapper. A lecture delivered by Quarles while he was a professor at Morgan State. Laid in is a Howard University Department of History slip, apparently intended as a complimentary slip. Additionally this copy is Inscribed by the great African-American historian Rayford Logan to Cynthia Gray in the year of publication. Very scarce. .

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        Day of the Jackal, The

      London: Hutchinson, 1971. Inscribed First Edition of Frederick Forsyth's 'The Day of the Jackal' Bound by Sangorski & Sutclifffe In a Unique Pictorial Binding FORSYTH, Frederick. [SANGORSKI & SUTCLIFFE, binders]. The Day of the Jackal. London: Hutchinson, 1971. First edition. Presentation copy inscribed by John Forsyth on the verso of the half-title "To/Sir Dudley/with warmest regards/Freddie Forsyth/15.11.71." Octavo (8 3/8 x 5 3/16 inches; 213 x 132 mm.). [vi], 358 pp. Pictorially bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe ca. 1980 in full red, blue, black and white oasis morocco, front cover with black morocco onlays and silver rule depicting a marksman and crosshairs, smooth spine lettered in silver, all edges silver, red, blue and white head- and tail bands, patterned red and black end-papers, original dust-jacket preserved at end. Housed in the original full black morocco slipcase. Although the binding is unsigned it was specially commissioned by a collector who always used S & S. As a young journalist posted in Paris in the early 1960s, Forsyth had reported first hand from the scene of a genuine attempt by extreme right wing forces to assassinate President Charles de Gaulle on the Avenue de la Libération. It was this experience which inspired his 1971 novel, centered on an unnamed assassin, codenamed the "Jackal," who ingeniously plots a further threat to de Gaulle's life… Winner of the Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Novel, Forsyth's first thriller won immediate acclaim as "a strikingly successful thriller… It makes such comparable books as The Manchurian Candidate and The Spy Who Came In From The Cold seem like Hardy Boy mysteries" (New York Times). Drawing on events such as a 1962 assassination attempt on De Gaulle, made by Alain de Bougrenet de la Tocnaye, Forsyth returned from years as a war correspondent in Africa to write his novel "in just 35 days, a feat he describes as something 'not quite so crazy when you think of twelve pages a day, times that by thirty-five and there you go, there's your novel" (BBC). Basis for the popular 1973 film by director Fred Zinneman, starring Edward Fox. Preceded the same year by the English edition. Yaakov & Greenfieldt, 231. A fine signed copy.

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        Ouch

      [London:] The Curiously Strong Press,, 1971. The Curiously Strong Vol IV No2 October 31st. Quarto, pp. 28. Original reverse-colour paper covers, wire-stitched, front cover lettered in black on purple, rear cover lettered in purple on black. Single pen annotation to p. 1, correcting "freaming" to "dreaming". Slight rubbing and a few nicks to extremities, some gentle creasing to front cover, light foxing to endpapers. First edition, first impression, signed by the author on the title page. A scarce copy of the author's first published work, and the first of only three volumes of poetry. Ackroyd dates his signature "London: November 25, 1990". The Curiously Strong was a poetry magazine established by the American poet Fred Buck in the late 1960s and later edited by Ian Patterson until its cessation a decade later. Its name was a nod to the Altoids mints catchphrase, and the single author pamphlets were sent, for free, to anyone who sent a stamp to the editor. It published early work by writers such as Peter Riley, John James, Barry MacSweeney, Anthony Barnett, and Nick Totton. Ouch, along with Ackroyd's second and third volumes of poetry, London Lickpenny (1973) and Country Life (1978), was later included in a collection entitled The Diversions of Purley and Other Poems (1987). This edition is extremely rare commercially and there are only four copies located in institutional holdings worldwide (WorldCat, Copac).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Album 9-68. 2-71

      Roma: L'Attico, , 1971. Brossura (wrappers). Buono (Good). Raccolta di documenti sull'attività della galleria, con numerose fotografie a piena pagina. Prefazione di Sargentini e scritti di Cintoli, Pascali, La Monte Young, Bonito Oliva, Lewitt, Rubiu, Calvesi. 4to. pp. 92 non num. Buono (Good). Alone di umido all'angolo superiore dell'ultima di copertina con interessamento di alcune pagine (Minor mildew damage to cover). Prima edizione (First Edition).

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        LA CRISI MONETARIA PROGRAMMA DC

      Edizione Cinque Lune, 1971. ITALIANO 0,12 A cura dell'Ufficio del Programma della DC, pagine in buonissimo stato di conservazione, coperta morbida con lievi segni di usura e leggermente ingiallita ai bordi ed al dorso, appunti numerici alla copertina superiore USATO

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        The Earthsea Trilogy

      Gollancz, 1971 1971-72-73, 1971. 3 volumes, octavo. All first edition, first UK printings. Original brown, blue, and grey boards, gilt titles to spines, coloured and map endpapers. With the illustrated dust jackets. Volumes 2 and 3 are near fine books without inscriptions in near fine wrappers (volume 2 is clipped, with a gift inscription to the front endpaper). Some light fading to the spine of volume 2. Volume 1 is very good with a faint scent of tobacco, but unclipped wrapper with some light loss to the spine tips and corners. A nice and affordable set.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        CLOCKWORK ORANGE, A (1971)

      Warner Brothers 1971 - Presskit with the rare set of photos. Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee, dir: Stanley Kubrick; Warner Brothers. Folio, 14 x 11" (36 x 28 cm.), pictorial folder, with five (5) artwork images from film on inner front cover. With nine (9) 8 x 10" (20 x 25 cm.) double weight photos laid into a plain transparent sleeve. With a 6 pp. flyer listing the film's credits and numerous print outs of reviews, as well as the 8 pp. ORANGE TIMES pamphlet about the film. In the original pictorial mailing envelope for the film. A presskit which is not easy to find in the first place, but almost impossible to find complete with the suite of nine double weight photos (each of them with printed text on the back) and in the original pictorial mailing label. Some wear at edges of envelope, minor creasing to edges of folder, contents are JUST ABOUT FINE or better in NEAR FINE folder and VERY GOOD envelope. One of the rarest collectibles from the Kubrick adaptation of Anthony Burgess' dystopian novel

      [Bookseller: Walter Reuben, Inc.]
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        Portrait of Paul and Linda McCartney

      OFFERING: A large Kodachrome II print developed by Kodak from the April 1971 Malibu shoot for Paul and Linda McCartney and given by Paul McCartney to Vincent Romeo, his personal manager with McCartney Productions Ltd. No other example of the print is known to have been offered for sale. RARITY: Exceedingly Rare. PROVENANCE: Purchased from the first auction of music memorabilia from Vincent Romeo's collection. THE PRINT: The shot was taken with a Pentax SLR 35mm camera in early April 1971 in Malibu and printed from the transparency using the K-12 Development Process. The 276 x 353 mm Kodachrome II print has never been framed and is sleeved loose, as issued in the Kodak color enlargement folder. This is not a print of the widely circulated image used for the iconic April 16, 1971 LIFE magazine cover. One of a series of shots taken for possible promotion of the recording, RAM, it was shot at the same time of day as the LIFE cover shot and Paul and Linda are dressed in the same clothes, but as evidenced by the composition with its exquisite balance of light and shadow and the smaller grouping of yellow flowers in the background, it was taken closer in with a wider aperture. Because of its extraordinary intimacy, it was expressly printed for Paul and Linda McCartney by Kodak in July 1971, Kodak's stamped seal on the rear stating, "A color print made by Kodak, July 71R." With its beautiful color composition and moving contrasts of emotional openness and reticence, it communicates Paul and Linda's love in a way never surpassed. CONDITION: Better Than Good. Photo Print: top outer corner with 2 tiny scratches, one-the size of a very small grain of sand, top tips with light wear, outer edges with light bend that won't be seen mounted and framed. Scrutinized in extreme 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: finger smudge and small black bar, marks not visible viewing the print. / The original Kodak color enlargement, cardstock folder: some handling wear, small stain at top edge, light soiling, upper side with auction number in pencil, a few bubbles. 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 & 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. BACKGROUND: The day shoot is well documented. Shots were taken by the garden near the pool, at the Malibu beach house rented by Paul and Linda 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. Recording had been finished in March and publicity was proceeding for its mid-May release. Paul and Linda were working on the illustrated RAM songbook. Henry Diltz, already a well-known photographer of rock musicians, was asked to come for his "fly on the wall thing". HENRY DILTZ: had first met Linda in the summer of 1966 at the Modern Age Photo Lab in New York while working on a photo shoot of the Lovin' Spoonful. 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 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.

      [Bookseller: Steven Waldman]
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        Hey Now Hey

      Hart Leroy Bibbs, 1971. Paperback. Very Good/Very Good Wrappers. 45 p. Signed rare edition. Errata slip laid in.

      [Bookseller: Berkeley Books of Paris]
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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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        A Vicarage Family; Away from the Vicarage; Beyond the Vicarage.

      London: Collins, 1963, 1965, 1971 - Three works, octavo. Original boards, with the dust jackets. The first title in very good condition, with the s[pine panel somewhat faded and rubbed, the latter two in excellent condition. First editions, first impressions, the complete biographical trilogy, presentation copies each inscribed by the author to her proof-reader June Allen. A Vicarage Family: "For June with love Noel 1963"; Away from the Vicarage: "For June, Thank you for your hard work, love, Noel 1965"; Beyond the Vicarage: "To June with love Noel 1971". This books come from the library of June Allen, Streatfeild's amanuensis and proof-reader - a nice association. It is very unusual to have a complete presentation set of the trilogy as here. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Manifeste pour une nouvelle psychopathologie et une nouvelle psychothérapie

      First edition, one of 50 numbered copies on Arches, this one hors commerce, tirage de tête.Signed by the author on justification page.A very good copy. Maurice Lemaître Paris 1971 23,5x29cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        The Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise, History of the Supreme Court of the United States. Ten Volumes [Complete As So Far Published]

      The Macmillan Company [and] Cambridge University Press. First editions of all ten volumes of the received history of the Court (including the nine volumes originally published by Macmillan), made possible by a bequest in the 1931 will of Justice Holmes and subsequent enabling Congressional legislation. Original cloth, a very good set in the original cloth. The Macmillan Company [and] Cambridge University Press, New York, 1971-2006.

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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        Catalogue raisonné de l oeuvre gravé : Volume I : 1922 - 1966 (alles Erschinene / tout publié).

      - Bern, Éditions Kornfeld et Klipstein, 1971, in4°, 248 pp., avec beaucoup des illustrations, reliure sur toile avec jacquette. (248 S., mit zahlreichen Abbildungen, Original-Leinwandeinband mit Original-Schutzumschlag in guter Erhaltung *Nr. 1 de 50 exemplaires de l édition de luxe en francais. Avec une eau-forte originale gravée par l artiste en 1961 et tirée sur Japon pelure en 1969 par Jacques Frélaut. *Signée par Marc Chagall. *Mit handschriftlicher Signatur von Chagall. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Martin Barbian & Grund GbR]
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        Americana

      Houghton Mifflin 1971 - First edition, first printing. Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. Inscribed by author on the title page: "To Rob / Best ever / Don DeLillo." Circular dampstain on rear endpaper. Jacket worn along top edge, a few small pieces of clear tape on verso, slight fade to red of spine panel, price intact ($6.95). A nice signed first of the postmodern novelist's first book. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

      NY, Random House, 1971 - 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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James M. Dourgarian, Bookman ABAA]
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        Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream. Illustrated by Ralph Steadman.

      New York: Random House, 1971 - Octavo. Original black cloth-backed grey boards, spine lettered in silver, Ralph Steadman design decoration to front board in blind. With the pictorial dust jacket. A fine copy in the bright jacket. Illustrated title page and 19 line drawings by Ralph Steadman. First edition, first printing of Thompson's best-selling roman à clef. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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