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        Christopher Columbus

      Kentfield, Calif.: The Allen Press, 1972 - (ALLEN PRESS) One of 140 copies designed, printed, and published by Lewis and Dorothy Allen. 13 x 8 1/2 inches. . Printed on all rag paper, bound in yellow all rag Fabriano from Italy. Fine copy in the original blue clamshell box with printed paper label on upper cover [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Clock Winder

      Knopf NY: Knopf. 1972. Her fourth book, which many consider her scarcest. Signed by the author. Label removal shadow on front board, else very near fine in a very near fine dust jacket with the slightest smudging on the rear panel. . First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA ]
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        Owned by Watergate Judge John J. Sirica! Archive including the Grand Jury?charges against the Watergate burglars and an important heavily edited manuscript with over 200 words handwritten by Judge Sirica explaining his intense questioning of the burglars which ultimately resulted in President Nixon?resignation

      Comprises: (1) Official Photocopy of the Document from The National Archives of the Grand Jury?detailed charges against the seven Watergate burglars, 10p, 8.5? 14?separate sheets. Stapled. ?led in Open Court / Sep 15 1972?i> Judge Sirica?copy. (2) Historically Important Typed Manuscript, 4p, and Autograph Manuscript, ? p, each 8? 13?on separate sheets. Unsigned. Headed ?mo of Silbert and the Forty-Two Questions / Draft 10/28/75.?i> 166 handwritten words on the typed manuscript and 45 handwritten words on the half page. In felt-tip and ballpoint. Assistant U.S. Attorneys Earl J. Silbert, Seymour Glanzer, and Donald E. Campbell were the three government prosecutors in the Watergate case. Handwritten words in bold type. Begins, ?me have criticized me for the role that I played as an active judge in the Watergate Break-in case. But what was I to do? I was not blind or deaf. Here was Barker, receiving envelopes of money through the mail, claiming that he didn?know where they were coming from. And there sat Liddy, refusing to testify, with evidence showing that he had received $199,000. From where and from whom? And for what purpose? And the Government simply wasn?getting into the meat of the matter, they weren?asking the proper questions to get beyond what had often been called the ?ird-rare burglary?To put it bluntly, I disagreed with the prosecutors?heory of investigation and examination of the witnesses. Now, I don?mean to overly criticize the Government, that is, Messrs. Silbert, Glanzer, et. al. I don?believe that they were, in any way, dishonest. Perhaps a bit na? but not dishonest?? didn?require any special talents genius, although, perhaps, a great deal of experience and instincts to see how the evidence was unfolding and to put two and two together or in other words seeing how the jig saw puzzle fit together. It was obvious that there was more to the case than the third-rate burglary that was being prosecuted or the statement made by Zeigler of the White House Staff etc. I also knew and felt that a judge, in searching for the truth, could do what the government could not do. So I took over the questioning of the witnesses, after counsel for both sides questioned them, out of the presence of the jury, starting with Barker, asking forty-two questions: (tr. pp.) (Cite questions and answers verbatim)??have found support and gratification for my actions in the Court of Appeals decision ?>(also cite language of U.S. Court of Appeals in affirmind [sic, affirming] Mitchell ?ldeman & Ehrlichman etc And the Federal Rules of Evidence have also gone in this direction ?mply stated, I had no intention of sitting on the bench like a nincompoop and watching the ?rade of what appeared to be untruthful or unwilling witnesses go by-?i> The fifth page, in full, ?>as Senator Ervin said during one of the Senate Hearings: ?ey almost got away with it?etc. Note: Might be a good place to quote from ?mund Burke?nd ?omas Aquinas cited in my receiving an honorary degree from City U of N.Y. ?5/75 (see attached) (3) Autograph Manuscript unsigned in pencil, 6p, 8? 12?separate lined sheets. In unknown hand. A previous draft of Sirica?manuscript, titled ? questions.?tapled at upper left. (4) Printed proof sheet, 9? 12?creases, with the text relating to Sirica?honorary degree from City University of New York, in part, ? honor you today because you symbolize fir us the mission of this University and of the educated public servant ? conferring upon you the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws, we particularly acknowledge that you work as a jurist has reminded us of the profound concepts of Edmund Burke, who said: ? is the duty of the Judge to receive every offer of evidence ?n investigating the truth, you have done justice, which Thomas Aquinas defines as ?certain rectitude of mind?/i> (5) Judge Sirica?copy of the Printed Typescript of the Watergate trial proceedings of Monday, January 15, 1973, 11:00 A.M. to 1:05 P.M., 69 pages, 8.5? 11?separate sheets. The pages are numbered 355-423. Fine condition. The trial of the seven burglars had begun on January 8, 1973. On January 11th, burglar E. Howard Hunt, Jr. pled guilty to six counts. The Court was adjourned until January 15th. Defense attorney Henry B. Rothblatt was fired by burglars Bernard L. Barker, Frank Sturgis, Eugenio R. Martinez, and Virgilio R. Gonzalez when he refused to condone their change of plea to guilty. Judge Sirica named attorney Alvin Newmyer to represent them. The first 11 pages comprise a transcript of proceedings ?t of Presence of Jury,?i> about the jury having no access to a radio or newspapers while sequestered and about the defendants?hange of lawyer and plea. In part, ?. NEWMYER: These four defendants ?ve all individually notified me that they desire to withdraw their not guilty pleas and plead guilty to the indictment?i> From the detailed 2nd count, in part, ?E COURT: Now, I advise each one of you that each one of you are charged with the following crimes -- first, I will summarize what they are and go into little more detail: Under Count One, known as the conspiracy count, all of you, I take it, have read the counts in the indictment with which you are charged, there are seven altogether. Count Two is known as the burglary charge or burglary in the second degree. Count Three is burglary in the second degree. Count Four is endeavoring to intercept oral communications. Count Five charged endeavor to intercept wire communications. Count Six charges possession of intercepting devices. Count Seven charges possession of an intercepting devise in another matterÿî On the next 13 pages, Judge Sirica explains in detail the charges in the indictment including ìÿthe Second Count of the indictment which is drawn under Title 22 of the D.C. Code, Section 1801(b) alleges: ëOn or about June 17, 1972, within the District of Columbia, the Defendants Liddy, Hunt, McCord, Barker, Martinez, Sturgis, and Gonzalez entered the rooms, that is, the offices and headquarters of the Democratic National Committee, with the intent to steal property of anotherÿî Judge Sirica questions all four defendants in detail, their guilty pleas were formalized, and ìTHE COURT: All right, the Defendants will be committed.î (6) Photocopied Typescript, 6p (incomplete), 8.5î x 11î, separate sheets, December 10, 1974 (Judge Siricaís copy). After a recess, proceedings in the Watergate Cover-Up trial continue against John Ehrlichman, Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs. Ehrlichman recalls the day at Camp David when President Nixon asked for his resignation. In part, ìHe broke down at one point and cried. He said that he regretted very much having to take this step, that he felt that I had been or tried to be his conscience and I replied that I hadnít been as effective as I would like. He said that on reflection my judgment had been correct, that he would like to help me with my attorneysí fees were necessary, that he had a large sum of money available to him, that he would like to have me share in. I told him I could not accept that offer ÿ He asked if there were anything else that he could do for me. I said that sometime I would like him to explain to our children -- (witness sobbing). THE WITNESS: Excuse me, excuse me, Your Honor. THE COURT: Would you like to take a little recess? Take about a ten-minute recess? MR. EHRLICHMAN: Well, I - - THE COURT: I understand how you feelÿî (7) Photocopied Typescript, 7p (incomplete), 8.5î x 11î, separate sheets, December 13, 1974 (Judge Siricaís copy). Testimony of Assistant Attorney General Robert Mardian about the Committee to Re-Elect the President. In part, ìTHE COURT: My question is: What is the genesis, who was the person or persons who thought up this idea of setting up CREP instead of working through the permanent arm of the Republican NationalCommittee?...î (8) Printed Manuscript, 4p, 8.5î x 14î, separate sheets. Unsigned. Cover sheet ìTo: Judge / From: Tom / Re: The Sam Beard Caseÿî In part, ìOne of the cases which played a special role in peaking my desire to become a trial judge was the Sam Beard gambling case ÿ In December, 1934, fourteen men were indicted in the District of Columbia on gambling and conspiracy chargedÿî (9) Typed Manuscript, 3p, 8î x 13î. Unsigned. Headed ìDraft.î Judge Sirica discharged the Grand Jury ìempaneled on June 5, 1072, with the anticipation that it would sit for several months and consider a number of more or less routine casesÿî (10) Typed Document Signed ìCullen M. Wardî as Chairman, National Awards Committee, and ìRobert E. Cartwrightî as National President, 1p, 8.5î x 11î. Toronto, Canada, July 30, 1975. The Association of Trial Lawyers of America presents Judge John J. Sirica its Award of Exceptional Merit for 1975 as the ìOutstanding Trial Judge of the United States of America.î Two vertical cuts upwards from the lower edge, one touching the final ìtî of ìCartwright.î (11) Blank sheet of watermarked stationery, 8.5î x 11î, headed ìUnited States District Court / for the District of Columbia / Chambers of Judge John J. Siricaî Collection originally from the Family of Trial Judge John J. Sirica

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        LIBRE. Revista crítica trimestral del mundo de habla española.

      - París, 1972. Cuatro números encuadernados en un tomo de 24x18 cms. Secretario de dirección: Plinio Apuleyo Soto. Cada número tenía un director diferente: Juan Goytisolo(1), Jorge Semprún(2), Teodoro Petkoff y Adriano González León(3) y Mario Vargas Llosa(4) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Martin Fierro. 16 grabados en madera de Luis Seoane.Incluye Suite de los 16 pruebas de los grabados,tres de ellos firmados por el artista

      Ediciones Bonino, Buenos Aires 1972 - carpetilla bien conservada, en rama, estuche ejemplar numerado, numero 179 de 200, firmado por Seoane en el colofón. . 83 págs.

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        Judith: Tragodie in Drei Akten: Lithographien von Max Ernst und Dorothea Tanning. Signed limited edition

      VG : in very good condition. Slip case with light marking, minor corner wear and small abrasion on lower edge. Signatures of illustrators on final page of contents with publication details. Contents loose as issued 165/500 Original orange cloth chemise with slipcase 430mm x 300mm (17" x 12"). 50pp. 12 coloured lithographs on Arches Paper. Text in German. Signed by Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning.

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      Little Brown (1972)., Boston: - First edition. One of the dedication copies. From the collection of Adeline Lubell-Naiman. INSCRIBED on dedication page below the printed names, "Could this be for your distinguished service in Maidstone dear old editor darling? / Love / Norman." A collection of essays, excerpts, etc., written from 1967 to 1972. First book appearance for many. In addition to Adeline, the book is dedicated to his sister Barbara, daughter Susan, and to "Al." Small tear at head of spine, still about very good in slightly soiled white dust jacket with several tears. Adeline Lubell-Naiman was the editor instrumental in the eventual publication of THE NAKED AND THE DEAD. In 1946, while an editor at Little, Brown, Lubell-Naiman convinced Mailer to submit the first 200 pages of THE NAKED AND THE DEAD, which she talked up to her publisher. Unfortunately, she was also the one to suggest historian and critic Bernard DeVoto read the manuscript--he recommended not publishing. But Mailer submitted it to Rinehart, who published the book in 1948. Over the years, Lubell-Naiman remained close friends with Mailer and his wives. In the summer of 1968 she even played the role of "Adeline McCarthy," a president of a women's college in Mailer's film "Maidstone" (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center website). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vita e Arte La Funzione degli Intermedia

      Gorlich 1972 L'attivazione dei sensi-L'Artista come sciamano-Nuove forme dell'Happening-Televisione Art-Danza e rituale-Cinema Underground-Azioni Materiali-Teatro Orgiastico e Misterico-Arte sul fondo del mare- Imagination takes command - rilegato tela, sovracoperta, formato 21x23, pagine 216, illustrato - lievi mancanze sovracopertina al dorso e ai piatti , per il resto il volume è in ottime condizioni - 7091

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        Martial Arts Show / Tadashi Yamashita

      Studio City, Calif. : Black Dragon Productions [ca.1972?] - Descriptioin: unpaginated, [20p.], illus., ports. ; 30cm. Summary: Programme for Martial Arts Show and tournmant hosted by Black Dragon Productions, and featuring Tadashi Yamashita. Signed by some of the participants including Tadashi Yamashita, Mrs. Chuck Norris, Kiyoshi Yamakazi and Steve Sanders. Includes signatures inside programme and on front and back covers. Very good paperback copy; edges somewhat dust-dulled and nicked. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. 1 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        New Naturalist Monographs Complete Series

      London: Collins - We are pleased to offer the complete series of the New Naturalist Monographs in dust jackets, all first editions with the exception The Trout which is a 1972 reprint. Some of the dust jackets have minor chipping and some small bits of insect chewing. A complete list of the [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Boccaccio Decamerone

      Malmö: Galerie Börjeson, 1972 The complete portfolio, comprising 10 drypoints printed in colors on Johannot wove paper, each signed in pencil and numbered 5/150, with title, text in Swedish, and numbered justification, published by Galerie Börjeson, Malmö, printed by Ateliers Rigal, the full sheets, loose as issued, in perfect condition, with original embossed paper covered boards (in perfect condition), contained in red cloth covered clam-shell portfolio with gilt letterpress title (minor wear). Each sheet 32cm x 45cm. VERY SCARCE. Photos available upon request. 4kg.

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        Learning from Las Vegas

      MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass. and London 1972 - NOT ex-library; book is umarked. Some minor rub to bottom page edges; corners somewhat toed in. A folded four-page prospectus for the book is laid in, but original translucent dust jacket is absent. This book began as a studio project at the Yale School of Art and Architecture in the fall of 1968. "It was, in fact, a research project, undertaken as a collaboration among three instructors, nine students of architecture, and two planning and two graphics students in graduate programs at Yale," all of whom eventually spent 10 days in Las Vegas. Chapters include "Billboards Are Almost All Right"; "The Architecture of Persuasion"; "The Interior Oasis"; "Las Vegas Lighting"; "Architectural Monumentality and the Big Low Space," etc. A handsome copy of the hard-to-find, full-sized, original edition. 189 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Secret Birthday Message

      Crowell 1972 - A first edition, first printing, with the complete row of numbers from 10 to 1 on the title page. Fine in a fine dust jacket with the original price of $4.50 still on the jacket. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        FOR W. H. AUDEN

      New York: Random House, 1972. First Edition. Wraps. Soiling to fore-edge of bulked text; some sunning to spine and portion of rear cover where glassine is missing. Still Near Fine in remnants of glassine. Printed wraps. A commemorative festschrift for the poet's 65th birthday with contributions by Hannah Arendt, William Meredith, James Merrill, et al. Stated limitation of 500 copies but apparently only 200 copies were distributed and the rest were pulped. This copy INSCRIBED to Mike Newman and SIGNED by the poet on the title page. Uncommon to find this title SIGNED.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Tibet and its Birds

      [London]: H. F. & G. Witherby Limited, [1972] [London]: H. F. & G. Witherby Limited, [1972]. First Edition, one of 65 copies specially bound and signed by the author. Tall 8vo. Three colored plates captioned on tissue guards, map, frontispiece and 23 black and white plates from photographs. xv, 407 pp. Three quarter orange-red morocco, t.e.g. by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Faintest touch of rubbing at tips, else fine

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        Piero MANZONI

      Sonnabend Press, Paris, 1972 - Artist monograph. 11pp., text in English; 35 full-page reproductions of works; 7pp. list of illustrations, bio-bibliography, list of contents. Hardcover+pictorial d.j. 17.3x24.4 cm. Fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Biscuits, Crackers, and Cookies (2 vol. set)

      APPLIED SCIENCE, LONDON 1972 - Vol. 1: Technology, Production, and Management;- Black cloth gilt title on spine cover; Ex-library stamps to free front end page, inside cover; front hinge loose; Dust Jacket in protective mylar cover, sticker on spine of dj; Good, general wear, small soil spot on rear cover; (ISBN:0-85334-508-2). Vol. 2: Recipes and Formulations; - Black cloth gilt title on spine cover; minor shelf wear, good dust jacket (ISBN: 0-85334-509-0). The dust jacket on both of the book are in good shape. The front covers of the DJ's are plain with the title and authors name. The actual front covers are black cloth and in good condition. Some pencil notations; The binding on both are in good shape. Many illustrations or diagrams throughout the book. *NOTE: Additional shipping required combined ship weight 5 1/2 lbs. International buyers: please note this item is over the first class internationl weight requiredment and will need to be shipped via priority mail DATE PUBLISHED: 1972 EDITION: 358 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Raphael Soyer

      NY: Abrams, 1972. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. beige cloth lettered in dark red. Fine in fine dust wrapper./No Dust Jacket. Soyer, Raphael. 349 pages. Folio, 39 x 31 cm. With an original drawing by Soyer on half title, 24 x 19 cm signed by Soyer, inscribed in Russian to Maria Solomon -- drawing in blue ink depicting male and female heads with the latter nude from the waist up. 290 illustrations including 77 in full color -- many plates tipped-in. Bibliography. Index. Fresh, clean copy.

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        Plunder Squad

      New York: Random House. (1972). First. First edition. Fine in fine, fresh dustwrapper. A lovely, unread copy of an especially uncommon title. .

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      New York.: G.P. Putnam's Sons , 1972 Signed by the author-illustrator on the title page. Cover boards are clean with little wear. Dust jacket is shelf worn with some loss at head and tail of spine panel, along top margin and on back panel. Interior is clean and unmarked. Fifteen of Gorey's books collected in one edition.

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        Tibet and its Birds

      [London]: H. F. & G. Witherby Limited, [1972]. First Edition, one of 65 copies specially bound and signed by the author. Tall 8vo. Three colored plates captioned on tissue guards, map, frontispiece and 23 black and white plates from photographs. xv, 407 pp. Three quarter orange-red morocco, t.e.g. by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Faintest touch of rubbing at tips, else fine

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      - Con veinticinco ilustraciones de Rafael Girón. Prólogo de Leandro Navarro Ungría. Ed. de Arte y Bibliofilia. Madrid. 1972. 367pp. Il. B/N fuera de texto. 22 x 16 cm. Rústica. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Histoires naturelles.

      Paris, Vialetay 1972 - Accompagnées de lithographies originales et de dessins par Gaston Barret. Édition tirée à 326 exemplaires. Celui-ci sur JAPON nacré (lettré II) un des XXX exemplaires réservés au Dépôt légal, à la Librairie Flammarion et aux divers collaborateurs. Signé par l'artiste sur la justification. Accompagné des SUITES en noir et en couleurs sur Arches. Première suite 16 lithographies en couleurs dont 7 à double page. Deuxième suite 43 dessins en noir. Paris, Vialetay, 1972 - 146 pages. Pages volantes sous couverture repliée. Chemises et étuis individuels de l'Atelier Jean Duval. Mis en oeuvre par Henri Jonquières. Titre au dos des chemises. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état. Format in folio (39x29). Edition illustrée Dédicacé par l'illustrateur

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        Ugo Nespolo. Collana "Primo Regesto".

      Prearo 1972 8°; pp. 148 su carta patinata, con numerose illustraz. in nero e a colori, nel testo e f.testo, 3 serigrafie a colori firmate dall'artista, di cui una da ritagliare ed assemblare con appositi fili colorati allegati. Ril. cartone edit. illustrato con titoli al dorso e al piatto. Questo è uno dei 200 esempl. di testa contenente un multiplo in legno creato appositamente per questa ediz. in 23 tessere tipo puzzle, num. e firmato a matita. Sono stati creati 4 diversi soggetti ognuno tirato a soli 50 esemplari; questo nostro ha il titolo "Nel parco silenzioso". Il tutto è contenuto in custodia edit. in cartone. (vedi riproduz.)

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        A Useless Death

      New York: Gotham Book Mart, 1972. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. First edition, number 209 of only 300 copies. SIGNED by Smith. A very good copy with some light soiling to front panel. Poetry. One of her earliest published works. Quite scarce. Signed by Author

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        The Architectural Magazine and Journal of Improvement in Architecture, Building and Furnishing, and in the Various Arts and Trades Connected Therewith. 5 volume set

      London Cornhill Reprints Ltd 1972. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket. Some light fading to spines of volumes I and IV Facsimile Reprint Yellow hardback cloth cover 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). 396pp;654pp;584pp;600pp;728pp. Originally published between 1834 - 1838.

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        Dianthus carophillius cum clavinibus multibibus. (Carnation Keys.)

      Paris: Editions Graphiques Internationales, 1972 - Excellent condition. Lithograph and embossing on heavy Arches paper. Plate size: 56.5 x 38.5 cm. Sheet size: 74.7 x 55. Edition of 350. Signed in pencil lower right by Dali, numbered lower left. One of 15 plates from the portfolio Surrealist Flowers. The pseudo Latin names were created by Captain Moore. Field 72-7M.

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        The Amphetamine Manifesto

      Olympia Press, 1972. Softcover. Very Good/n/a. Paperback Original. Very Good condition. Appears unread. NOTE: shipping is less than stated in our shipping matrix for all our Pulp Paperbacks. Please contact us for a quote or alternatively we will reduce postage on purchase to correct amount.

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        Tàpies Das graphische werk - L'Ouvre gravè 1947 - 1972 wekverzeichnis - Catalogue raisonnè

      Erker, St.Gallen 1972 - Catalogo Ragionato dell'Opera Grafica 1947 - 1972 di Antoni Tàpies , testo bilingue tedesco/francese , rilegato,tela, sovracoperta, formato 21x28, pagine XL-209 , illustrato tavole 337 bn e colori - ottimo esemplare - 9888

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      London: Faber, 1972. First U.K. Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. First UK and true first edition of this play, the author's seventh. A fine clothbound copy in near fine priceclipped dustwrapper (else fine). This copy has been SIGNED by the author on front endpaper. An increasingly difficult title to find, especially signed. Signed by Author

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