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        Byron's Letters and Journals. Edited by Leslie A. Marchand. In twelve (12) volumes, together with the Supplementary volume. Thirteen (13) volumes in all

      London: John Murray, 1973 - 1994. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/near fine. Thirteen volumes. London: John Murray, 1973-1994. Volume XII being a 1982 reprint; remaining volumes, first impression. With coloured & black-and-white illustrations. Uniformly bound in original scarlet cloth, gilt lettering & decoration.Ownership name erased from front free endpaper of one volume. A near fine, bright set in dustwrappers (one of which is price-clipped). (**PLEASE READ CAREFULLY** - This is a heavy/overweight 13 volume set, therefore additional postage will be charged - PLEASE CONTACT US for a prior shipping quote and for further information)

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        "Kitsch". Vollständiges eigenh. Manuskript mit Namenszug auf Büttenpapier.

      Ohne Ort, 1973.. Qu.-Fol. (29,5 x 42,5 cm). Einseitig beschriebenes Bl. in drei Farben (Schwarz, Rot, Blau), auf schwarzem Untersatzkarton montiert.. Links oben eigenh. bezeichnet: "Kitsch: für Mob art & tone Art 1973. Peripathese". - Vollständiges eigenh. Manuskript des Sprechstückes für drei Stimmen. Neben dem Text enthält das Blatt auch Artikulations- und Spielanweisungen sowie Dynamikangaben. - Geschrieben für das 1966 zusammen mit Heinz Karl Gruber und Kurt Schwertsik gegründete Ensemble "MOB art & tone ART". - "Otto M. Zykan hat sich in einem kurzen Sprechstück, das in der Zeit der Salonkonzerte entstanden ist, dezitiert zum Kitsch bekannt. Mit dem Bekenntnis zum Kitsch ist aber auch immer eine Demontage der so hohen und ernsten Kunst (oder besser: der so ernst genommenen Kunst) verbunden. Und die ernsthaften Menschen fühlen sich auf den Schlips getreten, und genau das war beabsichtigt, und genau das ist der Skandal. So steht am Beginn von Zykans Sprechstück Kitsch' eine Demontage: Kitsch ist', so schreit Zykan ins Publikum, die Verniedlichung der großen Werte.' Zykan wäre nicht er selbst, würde er nicht sofort auch seine eigene Aussage ad absurdum führen: Da die großen Werte auch Kitsch sind, ist Kitsch die Verniedlichung des Kitsches.' Und am Ende bekennt Zykan unmißverständlich ein: (...) ist Kitsch jene Form menschlicher Kommunikation, die von Herz zu Herz geht!'" (R. Buland. Die "Neuen Wilden". Wien, 1989). - "Rätsel gab es lange Zeit um Zykans Umgang mit der Vermarktung seiner Werke. Es herrschte die Meinung vor, Otto M. Zykan hätte seine Manuskripte größtenteils vernichtet, um sie vor der Vermarktung zu schützen. Suchy hat mit Otto M. Zykan. Materialien zu Leben und Werk' belegt, dass dem nicht so ist. Im Gegenteil: Zykan hat alles penibel geordnet aufgehoben. Krones hat jedoch Recht, wenn er meint, den Verlagen wäre keinen Zugriff auf Zykan'sche Werke gewährt worden" (V. C. Matousek. Otto M. Zykan. Zwischen Dadaismus und Strukturdenken. Wien, 2009). - Etw. staubrandig. -

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        Quantised Singularities in the Electromagnetic Field," in Proceedings of the Royal Society A. 133, 1931, pp. 60-72

      FIRST EDITION OF DIRAC'S PREDICTION OF A NEW ELEMENTARY PARTICLE - THE POSITRON - ALONG WITH MAGNETIC MONOPOLES. Though not taken terribly seriously at the time, in 1973 "Heisenberg generously called it…perhaps the biggest jump of all big jumps in physics of our century" (Kragh, Quantum Generations, 191). In 1928, Paul Dirac formulated the so-called "Dirac equation" which describes the behavior of fermions and "was the first theory to account fully for special relativity in the context of quantum mechanics" (Wikipedia). Dirac's new theory, however, did have a problem: the Dirac equation "formally included solutions with negative energy. Contrary to the situation in classical physics, these could not be dismissed as nonphysical but had to be taken seriously - that is, somehow to be related to some objects of nature. In 1929, Dirac believed he had found the solution to the problem… of electrons having negative kinetic energy" (ibid 190). Dirac wrote to Bohr, arguing that "not all states of negative energy are occupied, but that there are a few vacancies of 'holes.'… [O]ne can easily see that such a hole would move in an electromagnetic field as though it had a +ve charge. These holes I believe to be protons" (Kragh 1990, 91). "Dirac's proton-as-electron theory, published in 1930, assumed a world of negative-energy states occupied by an infinite number of electrons governed by Pauli's exclusion principle. Only the few unoccupied states, the 'holes,' would appear as observable physical entities… The hypothesis was universally met with skepticism" (ibid 191). In early 1931, Dirac realized "that the hole had to have the same mass as the electron. In the new version, as it appeared in a remarkable paper [this paper]…the antielectron was introduced for the first time as a 'new kind of particle unknown to experimental physics, having the same mass and opposite charge to an electron (Kragh 1990). Furthermore, as the proton was now a separate species of particle, Dirac argued that it would probably have its own antiparticle. In essence, Dirac was proposing that there had to be a "particle distinct from the proton, positively charged, but having the mass of an electron" (Peacock, The Quantum Revolution, 67). In less than a year, the American physicist Carl Anderson would discover positively charged particles in cosmic ray showers just as Dirac had predicted. Anderson named the new particles 'positrons' "positive electrons with precisely the same mass as the electron, but positively charged" (ibid). CONDITION & DETAILS: Complete. 4to (Quarto). 10 x 7 inches (250 x 175mm). [vi], 695, [xiv]. Two small ex-libris stamps on the title page, one just a few numbers. In text illustrations throughout. Bound in tan cloth; two gilt-lettered red morocco spine labels. Very tightly and solidly bound. Clean and bright inside and out. Very good condition.

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        Butterworths South African Company Precedents vol. 3

      Butterworths, Durban, 1973, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, 1st Edition513 pages (complete). First edition under this title and volume. This is a stated reprint of "The South African Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents, Volume 7". In general good condition. The cover is sure and secure. The top right corner has a knock-impression. The corners have shelf impressions. The paper trims have handling marks. Pages are neat, clean, clear, sure, confident. fk Quantity Available: 1. Category: Law; ISBN: 0409016535. ISBN/EAN: 9780409016536. Inventory No: amql.

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        The Princess Bride

      Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York 1973. First Edition / First Printing. Stated First Edition, no additional printing. Gray cloth boards. Book Condition: Very Good+, clean boards, light spot at the spine. Spine mildly rolled, owner inscription at the front endpaper. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+, price clipped, shelf wear. Light chipping. Wrapped in a new removable mylar cover.

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        The Gulag Archipelago: Volumes 1, 2 and 3

      Paris: YMCA Press, 1973-1975. First Russian editions of each volume of the Nobel Prize-winning author's masterwork, preceding the English translation. Octavo, original wrappers, as issued. All three volumes are inscribed and dated by Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Each are near fine in wrappers. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. Exceptionally scarce signed and inscribed by the author. Written in a tone that encompasses Olympian wrath, bitter calm, savage irony and sheer comedy, it combines history, autobiography, documentary and political analysis as it examines in its totality the Soviet apparatus of repression from its inception following the October Revolution of 1917.

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        Vorlesungen über Rechtsphilosophie 1818 - 1831. Edition und Kommentar in sechs Bänden von Karl-Heinz Ilting.

      1973 / 1974. Frommann, Stuttgart, 1. Auflage.. Mit 7 Tafeln. Original-Leinen, 603 / 816 / 841 / 925 S.. Band 1: Der objektive Geist. Band 2: Die Rechtsphilosophie. Band 3: Philosophie des Rechts. Band 4: Philosophie des Rechts. Der objektive Geist.

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        Liber de Laudibus Sanctae Crucis. Vollstandige Faksimile-Ausgabe im Originalformat des Codex Vindobonensis 652 der Osterreichischen Nationalbibliothek

      Graz: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, 1973. 2 Vols., folio, facsimiles volume consists of 50 coloured leaves, bound in full morocco decorated in blind, spine faded, commentary volume is by Hurt Holter, 32pp., orig. printed wrappers. The monumental manuscript contains a series of 28 picture poems taken from the first version of the treatise on the Holy Cross presented by Hrabanus as early as 810–14. The book ends with the famous dedication miniature depicting the author below the Cross as symbol of salvation.

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        Breakfast of Champions [Proof Copy]

      (NY): Delacorte Press. (1973). The uncorrected proof copy of this novel that was Vonnegut's fiftieth birthday present to himself and his characters: in the book Vonnegut grants many of his previous characters their freedom (most notably Kilgore Trout who, unable to make it on the outside, returns in later books). Tall sheets, bound in green wrappers. A few strips of sunning and a corner crease on the rear cover. Near fine. First Edition. Softcover.

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        GRAVITY'S RAINBOW

      New York: Viking. 1973. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 0670348325 . Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket. Pynchon's third novel, winner of the National Book Award as well as the William Dean Howells Medal. Increasingly scarce, 4000 copies onyl printed. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 768 pages .

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        My Head Is a Map [Finely Bound Presentation Copy with Bookplate of Ronald Vere Tooley--Pioneer of the Modern Antiquarian Map Trade]

      Francis Edwards and Carta Press, London 1973 - (History of Cartography) WALLIS, Helen and Sarah Tyacke, editors. My Head Is a Map: Essays & Memoirs in Honour of R. V. Tooley. London: Francis Edwards and Carta Press, 1973. Limited First Edition, letter ?A? of ten copies lettered A-J that were specially produced for the personal use of Tooley. Gifted by Helen Wallis to Ronald Vere Tooley, with inscription on prelim page. Octavo, 10 x 7.5 inches. Finely bound by Sangorski & Sutcliff in red leather with gilt lettering, five raised hubs, all edges gilt, 148 pages. Personal copy of Tooley with his bookplate on front endpaper. Housed in slipcase. Minor shelf-wear. Slight toning and edge wear to slipcase. Very Good condition. Ronald Vere Tooley, considered the effective founder of the modern antiquarian map trade, was born and raised in London. After serving in World War I where he was one of the few in his regiment to survive the Battle of Cambrai, he joined the London booksellers Francis Edwards Ltd where he produced catalogues of rare books and old maps throughout the 1920s. After an attempt at his own business in the 1930s, Tooley rejoined Francis Edwards following World War II. Tooley devoted much of his time to the history of cartography and was considered an authority on early maps and cartographers. He authored multiple books on the subject and founded the Map Collectors' Circle, which published a series of monographs on historical cartography from 1963-1975. The festschrift, My Head is a Map, compiled in 1973 for his 75th birthday by British Library Map Librarians Helen Wallis and Sarah Tyacke, celebrated his contributions to the world of antiquarian maps. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hustlers Convention

      New York: Harmony Books, 1973. First Edition. Nearly pristine copy of this absolutely seminal work, a book-length jive masterpiece chronicling street-life in Harlem from the Fifties through the Seventies, glorifying the violent lives of crap-shooters, pimps, drug dealers and gang-bangers. Nuriddin recorded the work (also under the nom-de-guerre "Lightnin' Rod") in 1973; no promotional copy for that recording is present here, leading us to assume that the book preceded the album by some months. Among hip-hop afficionados, Hustlers Convention (in its recorded version) is widely cited as one of the "lost masterpieces" of rap music, preceding Sugar Hill Gang's Rapper's Delight (generally hailed as the first true "rap" album) by some six years. In a 2014 profile of Nuriddin in The Guardian, critic Graeme Thomson calls Hustlers Convention "...a crucial but largely overlooked link in hip-hop's evolutionary chain. The genre's pioneers - Melle Mel, Grandmaster Caz, Fab 5 Freddy - knew it by heart. Grandmaster Flash played it at early block parties, and it was later sampled by the Beastie Boys, Wu Tang Clan and countless others...[the album is] a premonition of gangsta rap, a vivid depiction of ghetto life lived large, complete with shoot-em-up sound-effects..." Indeed, both the cadence and the ethos of much early hip-hop is evident in Nuriddin's metrical six-line stanzas, in which one finds a clear link between the "toasting" tradition which preceded him and the rap tradition which followed. In the opening stanzas, for example, we encounter rhymes which could just as easily have been written and rapped by Big Bank Hank or Melle Mel : I've seldom lost, 'cause my game was so boss, I mean I had my shit down pat, and I was runnin' through bitches, like rags to riches, 'cause that's where my heart was at Yes, I was a down stud's dream a hustler supreme, there wasn't no game that I couldn't play, and if I caught a dude cheatin' I would give him a beatin' and I might even blow 'em away! Though released by the music division of a major trade publisher (Harmony was a subsidiary of Crown), the book is surprisingly uncommon, with no others located in commerce (2014) and few copies in university special collections. We would suggest that copies in collectible condition, such as this one, are seldom-seen. A documentary of Nuriddin's life, also titled Hustlers Convention, has been scheduled for release in Spring, 2015, directed by Mike Todd and executive produced by rapper ChuckD. Paperback original. Octavo. Illustrated card wrappers; 125, (2)pp; author portrait and promotional blurb at rear. Minimal external wear; slight soil to upper edge of text block; still a tight, apparently unread copy, Near Fine.

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        Derrière le Miroir [SIGNED BY SAUL STEINBERG]

      Maeght, Paris 1973 - 1/150. Folio. 27, [3]pp. Uncut. Original illustrated wrappers. Book housed in its blue paper covered chemise with black lettering on spine. Chemise housed in blue paper covered slipcase. Limitation page signed by artist Saul Steinberg (American, 1914-1999). Splendid "Derrière le Miroir" issue dedicated to the art of Saul Steinberg and extensively illustrated throughout with striking color reproductions of some of the artist's work. This volume is complete with its three original color lithographs (pp. 17, 18-19, and 20). One of 150 copies on Vélin d'Arches paper, of which this is No.82. "Derrière le Miroir" was one of the premier fine art magazines of the 20th century. It was published between 1946 and 1982 (253 issues) by French publisher and gallery owner Aimé Maeght who showed and promoted modern artists such as Bonnard, Matisse, Braque, Léger, Steinberg, Chagall, Bram Van Velde, Miró, Kandinsky, Giacometti, Ubac, Bazaine, Calder, Derain, Chillida, Tapiés, and others. "Derrière le Miroir" was the result of Madame Maeght's passion for publishing and quickly became the catalogue for the exhibitions held at Gallery Maeght. Minor and sporadic soiling along edges of slipcase. Text in French. Slipcase in overall good+, chemise, wrappers and interior in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        The Floating Bear

      La Jolla, CA: Laurence McGilvery,, 1973. A newsletter. Numbers 1-37, 1961?-1969. Introductions and Notes Adapted from Interviews with Diane di Prima. Quarto. Original printed wrappers. Wrappers a touch rubbed, edges lightly soiled. An excellent copy. First facsimile edition, first printing. Presentation copy inscribed on the title page to Joel Oppenheimer, who contributed to the magazine, by one of the editors: "Joel ?- have fun w/this! Love, Diane". The Floating Bear was published on a largely monthly basis between 1961 and 1969, with a additional issue being produced in 1971. Distributed by mailing list, the mimeo magazine featured the works by a range of avant-garde literary groups, including the Beat Generation, Black Mountain poets, and the New York School.

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        XILOGRAFIE

      EDITRICE SARDA FOSSATARO 1973 - RACCOLTA IN CARTELLA DI 26 XILOGRAFIE DELL'AUTORE. LA CARTELLINA PRESENTA LIEVE BRUNITURA E LIEVI SEGNI DEL TEMPO. LE XILOGRAFIE, ALL'INTERNO, SONO PERFETTE. MISURE: 49X34 cm. AVVERTENZA: Nessuna delle ventisei xilografie contenute in questa cartella, è nella misura del legno originale: tutte sono o ridotte o ingrandite. Remo Branca uno dei nostri maggiori incisori di fama internazionale, ed è sardo nell'espressione severa, chiusa dell'immagine, come nella sua forma robusta e aspra, senza mezzi termini. Alcuni suoi capolavori si impongono all'osservatore e li ricordiamo volentieri. Già nel Discorso dell'acqua viva del 1923 sopprimendo qualsiasi elemento accessorio e modellando e chiaroscurando con forza, l'artista ci proietta un senso di mistero profondo, che si riassume nella fermezza del gesto di Cristo e nella concentrazione dell'ascolto dell'eroica Samaritana, L'uomo di Orgòsolo (1934) è figura a mezzo busto che si erge immediata e potente sul fondo di un paese povero, espressione di una volontà indomabile di un mondo arcano. Né la giovinezza distrae lo spirito del Branca ché nelle Ragazze di Orgòsolo (1934), che balzano da un fondo di pietre, i loro sguardi pensosi e tristi denunciano immediatamente il mondo cupo e non transeunte cercato dall'artista. In una vasta composizione del 1938, in quella Fratelli di Gallura, il tema si sviluppa ulteriormente: il dramma si concentra nelle forme rudi, viste tra le ombre dense di sprazzi di luce, come negli occhi fissi, intensi, rivelatori di un passato di sofferenze e preannunciatori di un oscuro avvenire; e tutto il mondo di unaterra, di un popolo ci è davanti. Per gli anni più vicini a noi pensiamo al Crepuscolo (1966), dove ci appre la bellezza suprema ma severa di una giovane donna a mezzo busto, lo sguardo girato, il capo avvolto in un panno nero, che domina, figlia di un popolo eccezionale, la campagna del suo paese all'ora del tramonto. La sintesi, le masse, le luci e le ombre sono i mezzi sovrani di espressione del Branca, il quale non racconta ma rappresenta, magnificando la sua gente, ma in modo tale che esorbitando da caratteri locali di razza e di costumi, questa viene ad appartenere ad una grande umanità. L'ultimo capolavoro, La Madre dell'Uccisore (1971): una testa immensa nell'angusto riquadro del foglio, un volto impenetrabile di dolore, suggellato da repressa ribellione, da sentimento materno, forse anche da un senso di condanna, l'ombra folta - che è lutto incancellabile - appena spezzata da vividi lampeggianti di luce, che servono a dare vieppiù risalto a questa tragica maschera umana, nel fondo il taglio di una collina profilata di croci e alberi. E' una immagine terribilmente impressionante, indimenticabile, quale di colpo (non vi sono cincischiature, pentimenti) può creare un grande artista. Il quale ha affrontato un altro tema di per se stesso arduo, quello del ritratto del Pontefice Regnante paolo VI (1970), ed è un'altra opera straordinaria per la penetrazione del pensiero in una forma davvero sarda, tra fasci di luce su un ciclo notturno, con effetto di energica vitalità. Ma il Branca è anche storico dell'incisione, che oltre ad altre opere di storia e di critica, ha ora portato a termine in tre volumi un corpus sui Maestri incisori di Sardegna (Editrice Sarda, Cagliari 195 / 1973), e che offre una quantità di geniali osservazioni, di notizie preziose, di documenti in genere non facilmente rintracciabili o alrimenti destinati a perire. Né vogliamo tralasciare di mettere in rilievo il gusto che impronta la stampa dei tre grossi volumi e in particolare rivelato dalle piccole deliziose incisioni che fanno da iniziale , da capi in testa, da finalini, o che in alcuni casi scendono deliziosamente lungo i margini delle pagine. Un'opera destinata ad ogni Gabinetto delle Stampe e a quegli amatori, forse non così comuni, che uniscono con la cultura un genuino senso dell'arte. Giulio R. Ansaldi dell'Accademia del Pantheon - Roma LE TAVOLE SONO: LA VIA DELLA FONTANA N [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Princess Bride

      Very Good Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. J Book Condition: Hardcover Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. The Princess Bride FIRST EDITION William Goldman 1ST PRINTING 1973 Rare Book

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        The Book of Ahania

      London: Trianon Press, 1973. Copy #1 of 32 special copies. Color facsimile accompanied with a set of paltes showing progressive stages of the collotype and hand stencil process, together with a guide sheet and stencil (Only in Roman numeral copies) and unique to COPY ONE the etched copper plate for the title-page tipped in at back and etched in "Copy 1". 1 vols. 4to (11 x 9 inches ; 22.5 x28 cm.). Bound in publisher's full black morocco , as new in original slipcase. COPY NUMBER ONE, WITH COPPER PLATE

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        Graphische Kunst: Konvolut von 14 Heften mit Originalgraphik von Heft 1 (1973/74) bis hin zu Heft 22 (1984).

      Visel, Memmingen 1973 - Vorhanden sind 14 Hefte, jeweils ca. 30-35 Seiten mit sehr zahlreichen, teils farbigen Abbildungen. Jeweils im farbig illustrierten OKarton, 4° ( 32,5 x 24 cm ), jeweils nummeriert (jeweils Ausgabe C) und mit je 4 lose beiliegenden, teils handschriftlich signierten Originalgraphiken unterschiedlicher Technik: Heft 1 (1.Jahrgang 1973/74) mit Graphiken von Alfred Pohl - Karl Cohnen - Fritz Möser - Herbert Ott / Heft 2 (1. Jahrgang 1973/74) mit Graphiken von Diether Kunerth - Wolfgang Lämmle - Hermet Ripe - Went Strauchmann / Heft 3 (1.Jahrgang 1973/74) mit Graphiken von Prof. Hans Leip - Jan Prein - Thomas Dürr - Volker Detlef Heydorn / Heft 11 (2. Heft 1978) mit Graphiken von Rolf Walter - Ernst Wolfhagen - Otto Schlosser - Diether Ritzert / Heft 12 (1.Heft 1979) mit Graphiken von Hans-Ulrich Buchwald (2x) - Rudolf Koch - Benno Huth / Heft 13 (2.Heft 1979) mit Graphiken von Jochem Pechau - Walther Kohlhase - Rudolf Koch - Diether Ritzert / Heft 14 (1.Heft 1980) mit Graphiken von Peter Kleinschmitt (2x) - Werner Persy - Erich Zimmer / Heft 15 (2.Heft 1980) mit Graphiken von Gertrud Reinberger - Went Strauchmann - Johannes Lebek - Helmut Ackermann / Heft 16 (1.Heft 1981) mit Graphiken von Ninon Soyer - Veronika Neubauer-Zacharias - Hans Schmandt - Benno Huth / Heft 17 (2. Heft 1981) mit Graphiken von Erich Zimmer - Eduard Prüssen - Hellmuth Weissenborn - Karl Grasser / Heft 18 (1.Heft 1982) mit Graphiken von Helmut Gehrig - Wolfgang Huss - Alfred Pohl - Rudolf Koch / Heft 19 (2. Heft 1982) mit Graphiken von Heinz Friedrich - Werner Persy - Helmut Ackermann - Johannes Lebek / Heft 20 (1.Heft 1983) mit Graphiken von Archibald Bajorat - Otto Schlosser - Walther Kohlhase - Diether Ritzert / Heft 22 (1.Heft 1984) mit Graphiken von Dieter Weinmann - Peter Kleinschmidt (2x) - Werner Persy. 3 Hefte gering fleckig mit schwacher Knickspur, 4 Graphiken im Außenrand gering angeknickt, ansonsten guter, dekorativer Zustand. ( Gesamtgewicht ca. 4200 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Objekte. 22. Januar bis 25. Februar 1973. Städtisches Museum Mönchengladbach.

      Städtisches Museum Mönchengladbach., Mönchengladbach. 1973 - Auflage 440 nummerierte Exemplare. Mönchengladbach. Städtisches Museum Mönchengladbach. 1973. 21 x 17 cm. 34 lose Tafeln. Weisse OPapp-Kassette. Kassette etwas nachgedunkelt, am Deckel etwas angestaubt mit zwei kleinen schwachen Schlieren und einer sehr dezenten, kleinen Bräunung. Innen tadelloses, insgesamt gutes Exemplar. Nummer 324 von 440 nummerierten Exemplaren mit einer Original - Bleistiftzeichnung Palermos auf dem Kassettendeckel (2 hauchdünne über den Deckel gezogene, voneinander weglaufende Bleistiftlinien). Enthält 1 Titeltafel, verso mit einführendem Text von Johannes Cladders, 1 Foto Palermos, 1 Texttafel mit einem Textauszug aus James Joyce "Ulysses", 40 Fototafeln mit Werkwiedergaben, Fotos von Peter Dibke und Kristin Heisterkamp sowie eine Inhaltstafel. [Vgl. Glasmeier, Die Bücher der Künstler 446; Fricke 10. 383]. Kassette etwas nachgedunkelt, am Deckel etwas angestaubt mit zwei kleinen schwachen Schlieren und einer sehr dezenten, kleinen Bräunung. Innen tadelloses, insgesamt gutes Exemplar.

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        A gazdasági szerkezet matematikai tervezése. Lipták Tamás és Wellisch Péter közrem?ködésével. Második b?vített és átdlgozott kiadás. [Mathematical Planning of Structural Decisions. With contributions by Tamás Lipták and Péter Wellisch. Second, Extended Edition.]

      Közgazdasági és Jogi Könyvkiadó (Egyetemi Nyomda), Budapest 1973 - Second (extended) edition. Inscribed by the contributor, Lipták. Printed in only 2200 copies. In publisher's red cloth, with dust jacket. 507, (1) p. Kornai's book about the problems of mathematical planning in an economic point of view. It was first published in Hungarian 1965 and 1967 in English. János Kornai (b. 1928) was the first economist behind the Iron Curtain who published critical studies on the Soviet-style command economics of Eastern Europe. Kornai studied philosophy in Budapest, but - according to his memoirs - he chose to be an economics after reading Marx's Capital. Started his career as a journalist and soon became the economics editor of the largest Communist newspaper. After a few years, in 1955 he was fired for lack of Communist convictions. In 1956 he participated in the Hungarian Revolution. His early work "Overcentralization in Economic Administration" (1957) was published in English in 1959 and his critical studies on central planning started to spread in the West and his career took off outside Hungary. Kornai received many invitations to visit foreign institutions, but he was denied a passport by the Hungarian authorities and was not allowed to travel until 1963. Later he became visiting professor at the London School of Economics, at Yale, Stanford, Princeton and other Universities all over the world, and in 1986 Professor of Economics at Harvard University. Dust cover chipped at extremities, numbered in ink on front, marked white on spine, otherwise good. In publisher's red cloth, with dust jacket Second (extended) edition. Inscribed by the contributor, Lipták. Printed in only 2200 copies [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Book of Ahania

      London: Trianon Press, 1973. Copy #1 of 32 special copies. Color facsimile accompanied with a set of paltes showing progressive stages of the collotype and hand stencil process, together with a guide sheet and stencil (Only in Roman numeral copies) and unique to COPY ONE the etched copper plate for the title-page tipped in at back and etched in "Copy 1". 1 vols. 4to (11 x 9 inches ; 22.5 x28 cm.). Bound in publisher's full black morocco , as new in original slipcase. COPY NUMBER ONE, WITH COPPER PLATE

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        Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator

      London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd,, 1973. Illustrated by Faith Jacques. Octavo. Original pictorial boards, titles to spine and front board white. Spine slightly rolled and faintly sunned, extremities a little worn, internally fine; an excellent copy. First UK edition, first impression of the sequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Scarce in such nice condition. It was originally published in the US the preceding year.

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        The Princess Bride

      Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1973 - Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York 1973. First Edition / First Printing. Stated First Edition, no additional printing. Gray cloth boards. Jacket priced at $7.95. Book Condition: Near Fine, clean boards, tight spine. Name at the front endpaper, a few light spots. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+, shelf wear at the spine. A few light spots, creases at the flaps. Wrapped in a new mylar cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Princess Bride: S Morgenstern's Classic Tale of True Love and High Adventure

      New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc, 1973. First Edition, First Printing, with "First Edition" stated on the copyright page and BCDE. In Good+ condition, in a tattered, price clipped dust jacket. Previous owner name to front free endpaper. Lean to spine, light edge wear and light spotting to cloth. The dust jacket shows a tear across the bottom of the spine panel with an archival tape repair to the verso, edge wear, rubbing, chipping and loss. First Edition, First Printing.

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        Poem

      New York: The Phoenix Bookshop, 1973. Copy "A" of 26 lettered copies A to Z (total edition of 126 copies). [16] pp. 5 x 7 inches. Original marbled paper wrappers. Fine. The Publisher's Copy "A" From the library of publisher Robert Wilson, proprietor of The Phoenix Bookshop, with a typed note laid in, announcing his felicitous location of it.

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        The Princess Bride.

      1973 - 8vo., sometime finely bound in half red morocco with gilt rules over marbled paper covered boards, spine lettered and panelled in gilt with raised bands with gilt rules, top edge gilt, original dust wrapper bound in at rear. A fine copy. First edition. Inscribed by Goldman to the film director, actor and writer Bryan Forbes "For Bryan, in the sincere hopes that we survive basketball, Scherick and other dangers, Bill". With Forbes's bookplate. An amusing presentation copy. The Princess Bride was published at the same time that Goldman and Forbes were collaborating on the film The Stepford Wives. Goldman wrote the screenplay and the film was directed by Forbes. The producer of the film, referred to in the inscription, was Edgar J Scherick. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A COMPUTER PERSPECTIVE. A sequence of 20th century ideas, events, and artifacts from the history of the information machine

      Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. 1973. First edition. Inscribed presentation copy. Original cloth, with titles in silver to the spine. Lacking the fragile dustwrapper. An excellent near fine clean and bright copy, the binding clean, the boards slightly bowed. The contents very lightly spotted to the half title and title page otherwise clean and bright throughout. Inscribed by both Charles and Ray Eames in black ink on the front free endpaper ?"To Digby Diehl / with warm regard / Charles & Ray / 2.19.73?". Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        Title card illustration for the opening credit of The Sting, titled "A Bill/Philips Production of a George Roy Hill Film," and showing the camera operator, director, and others filming a scene

      1973. Pen and ink, watercolor and pencil heightened with white on cream paper. 27 x 42 inches. Framed. Fine. The original illustration for the second of four title cards used in the opening credits of the classic 1973 motion picture "The Sting"

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        Recollections of Eisenhower [Caption title]

      [Houston, Texas?]: Privately printed, [1973] - "The searing candor which he brought to every issue bespoke his basic honesty." Memoir of Dillon Anderson's long association with President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Anderson was Eisenhower's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs in 1955-1956, a post created by Eisenhower: "not exactly household words then. In recent years, Henry Kissinger has enlarged considerably the scope and visibility of the role." The memoir is organized in four parts: first, the "principal elements" of talks on Eisenhower that Anderson gave in early 1972; second, facsimiles of their correspondence from early 1950 through 1969; third, a facsimile of Eisenhower's handwritten notes when he articulated the Open Skies Proposal at the Four Power Summit in Geneva, 1955; and fourth, the transcript of a substantial interview with Anderson conducted by John Luter of the Columbia University Oral History Project. Inscribed from the author, "For Mary and Norris Darrell, with appreciation and affection, Sincerely, Dillon Anderson, Sept. 1973" (EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.) No. 13 of 30 copies. 8vo. [2], 27 pp.; [88] ff. facsimiles of correspondence; 127 pp. transcript of interview. Black buckram titled in silver. Bottom corners bumped, else fine [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        El ejercito popular de la República 4 tomos

      - Editora Nacional, 1973. Encuadernados en tela editorial en buen estado de conservacion, con sobrecubiertas fatigadas.Un total de 4069 páginas, con algunas fotografias. 23,5x17 cm, cada tomo. Ref: 5870 [LS/005870-5870]

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        The faces of Algeria 21 : the Wilaya of Asnam

      1973 1973 - Ministry of Information and Culture, 1973, 24x24 cm, broché, 72 pages Bon état [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Three Books from the Fantod Press IV: THE DISRESPECTFUL SUMMONS, THE ABANDONED SOCK, and THE LOST LIONS

      [New York]: Fantod Press, 1973. First edition, one of 500 copies. 3 vols. 5 x 6 inches. Wrappers, held in a cream colored envelope. First edition, one of 500 copies. 3 vols. 5 x 6 inches. All three volumes inscribed by Gorey to Robert Wilson.

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        The Juniper Tree and other Tales from Grimm Selected by Lore Segal and Maurice Sendak

      New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1973. First edition. xii, 168; xii, 169-332 pp. 2 vols. Small quarto. Cloth boards, spines stamped in gilt with ornament on upper board, paper dust-jackets, housed in paper-covered slipcase with large pictorial label. Fine. First edition. xii, 168; xii, 169-332 pp. 2 vols. Small quarto. Inscribed with a Grimm Dwarf! Inscribed to Bob Wilson with an ink drawing as follows: "Grimm dwarf covering a / bad ink splotch. Ain't I clever! / Maurice Sendak / Oct. '75" The dwarf covers an ink smear that appears on the fore-edge of the first two leaves of volume 1.

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        Recollections of Eisenhower [Caption title]

      [Houston, Texas?]: Privately printed, 1973. No. 13 of 30 copies. [2], 27 pp.; [88] ff. facsimiles of correspondence; 127 pp. transcript of interview. 1 vols. 8vo. Black buckram titled in silver. Bottom corners bumped, else fine. No. 13 of 30 copies. [2], 27 pp.; [88] ff. facsimiles of correspondence; 127 pp. transcript of interview. 1 vols. 8vo. Eisenhower's National Security Advisor Recalls 'Ike'. "The searing candor which he brought to every issue bespoke his basic honesty." Memoir of Dillon Anderson's long association with President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Anderson was Eisenhower's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs in 1955-1956, a post created by Eisenhower: "not exactly household words then. In recent years, Henry Kissinger has enlarged considerably the scope and visibility of the role." The memoir is organized in four parts: first, the "principal elements" of talks on Eisenhower that Anderson gave in early 1972; second, facsimiles of their correspondence from early 1950 through 1969; third, a facsimile of Eisenhower's handwritten notes when he articulated the Open Skies Proposal at the Four Power Summit in Geneva, 1955; and fourth, the transcript of a substantial interview with Anderson conducted by John Luter of the Columbia University Oral History Project. Inscribed from the author, "For Mary and Norris Darrell, with appreciation and affection, Sincerely, Dillon Anderson, Sept. 1973".

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        THEOLOGISCHES WÖRTERBUCH ZUM ALTEN TESTAMENT (ThWAT). Gegründet von Gerhard J. Botterweck, Helmer Ringgren u.a. Herausgegeben von Heinz-Josef Fabry und Helmer Ringgren. Bde 1-8, Bd 9 (Lfg 1) u. Bd 10 in 9 Bänden und 1 Heft (= alles bisher Erschienene!).

      Stuttgart, Kohlhammer, 1973 - 2001.. Gr.-8°. Zus. über 5400 Seiten. 9 rote OLeinenbände u. 1 OKart. (Name auf den Titelblättern, in Bd 1 wenige Seiten mit schwachen Bleistiftanstreichungen.- Insgesamt gutes Exemplar).. Alles bisher Erschienene: Bände 1-8 (Hebräisches Wörterbuch), Band 9, Lieferung 1 (Aramäisches Wörterbuch Spalte 1-128) und Band 10 (Register, Literaturnachträge).

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        President Nixon thanks Republican Congressman Bill Young for voting to sustain his veto of the War Powers bill which had been overridden by both the House and Senate two days earlier ??? ???I fervently hope the dangerous ramifications of this measure can be avoided ?????? Under the War Powers Act, the President can send U.S. troops into a combat area for only 90 days without specific congressional approval

      Typed Letter Signed ???RN??? as President, 1 page, 6.75??? x 8.75???. On pale green White House stationery with blind embossed presidengtial seal at top center. Washington, D.C., November 9, 1973. To Congressman C.W. Bill Young. Fine condition. In full, ???Despite the negative outcome of the House vote on November 7 to sustain my veto of the War Powers bill, your strong support on this important issue is greatly appreciated. I feel certain the test of time will prove your position a wise one, and I fervently hope the dangerous ramifications of this measure can be avoided ?????? On October 24, 1973, President Nixon vetoed the War Powers Resolution passed by both Houses of Congress. His message to the House of Representives began ???I hereby return without my approval House Joint Resolution 542--the War Powers Resolution. While I am in accord with the desire of the Congress to assert its proper role in the conduct of our foreign affairs, the restrictions which this resolution would impose upon the authority of the President are both unconstitutional and dangerous to the best interests of our Nation?????? Copy of the text of President Nixon???s veto message is present. On November 7, 1973, the House of Representatives (284-135; 280 were necessary to override) and the Senate (75-18; 67 were necessary to override) voted to override the President's veto. As enacted, H. J. Res. 542 is Public Law 93-148 (87 Stat. 555), which became law without the President's signature on November 7, 1973. Under the new law, the President can send U.S. troops into a combat area for only 90 days without specific congressional approval. It also gives Congress the power to halt the commitment earlier by legislation not subject to the President???s veto. The 1973 War Powers Resolution has never been repealed.

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        A Little Night Music

      New York: Dodd, Mead and Co.,, 1973. Music and Lyrics by Stephan Sondheim production directed by Harold Prince. Octavo. Original blue cloth boards. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing. Basis for the Broadway production.

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        A day after telling the world that the United States has concluded an agreement to end the Vietnam War, he thanks a loyal Republican Congressman for his support<i> ?now that we have finally achieved peace with honor in Vietnam ? I also am confident that history will prove you to have been right ??</i>

      Typed Letter Signed ?RN? as President, 1 page, 6.75? x 8.75?. On pale green White House stationery with blind embossed presidengtial seal at top center. Washington, D.C., January 24, 1973. To Congressman C.W. Bill Young. Fine condition. In full, ?Now that we have finally achieved peace with honor in Vietnam, I particularly want you to know how much I have appreciated the support you have given during these difficult years to the policies that made that achievement possible. Without those in the Congress who stood steadfastly as you did, we could not have won the settlement that I announced last night. I know how great the pressures have been. I know the sort of attacks to which you have been subjected, as a result of following your conscience. But I also am confident that history will prove you to have been right, and that in the years to come you can look back with pride on the stern test nobly met.?President Nixon spoke at 10:01 PM in the Oval Office at the White House on January 23, 1974. His address was broadcast live on nationwide radio and television. An advance text of the President's address was released on the same day. A copy of the text is included. Before delivering the address, the President met separately with members of the Cabinet and six members of the bipartisan leadership of the Congress. On January 24, 1973, the day he wrote and signed the letter here offered, President Nixon met with the expanded bipartisan leadership of the Congress to discuss the agreement. On the same day, the White House released the following related material: the texts of the agreement and protocol to the agreement; the transcript of a news briefing on the agreement by Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs; and fact sheets on the basic elements of the agreement, the International Commission of Control and Supervision, and the Four-Party Joint Military Commission. Republican Charles William (Bill) Young represented Florida in the House of Representatives from 1971-2014. At the time of his death, he was the senior Republican in Congress, having served over 42 years. Young was a delegate to the Republican National Conventions which nominated Nixon in 1968 and 1972, Ford in 1976, and Reagan in 1984. He had supported President Nixon during the House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearings publicly suggesting, ?Maybe a scenario has been worked out in advance,? with all 21 committee Democrats having already decided to impeach the President.

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