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        ABRIL DE VIETNAM EN EL AÑO DEL GATO MOVIE POSTER/ABRIL DE VIETNAM EN EL AÑO DEL GATO/POSTER

      1974 - ABRIL DE VIETNAM EN EL AÑO DEL GATO - 1974, Dir: SANTIAGO ALVAREZ, Cast: , , Nac. film: CUBA, Company: , Designer: , , Nac. poster: CUBA, Measures (Cm. and Inches) : 51X 76 CM 20 X30 INC, Type of product: POSTER, , POSTER are in excellent condition but may have normal wear such as edge wear or a slight hole. I try photograph any flaw but examining the photos closely is your best bet! Please see bigger picture for details., , La mayoría están en excelentes condiciones, pero puede tener desgaste del borde o algun agujero pequeño. Intento fotografiar cualquier defecto, pero el examen de las fotos de cerca es su mejor opción! Por favor ver la foto en grande para más detalles., , SHIPPING COSTS: Fold posters SPAIN 15? -Correo certificado EUROPE and all world 20?

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        Le Quotidien des Femmes, No. 1 (November 1974) through No. 10 (June 1976); followed by Des Femmes en Mouvements, 1ère série, No. 1 (December 1977/January 1978) through No. 12/13 (December 1978/January 1979); followed by Des Femmes en Mouvements. Hebdo, No. 1 (9 November 1979) through No. 101 (16 July 1982) (all published)

      A nearly complete run in 108 issues (lacking issues nos. 12, 17, 33, 34, 45, 48, and 49 of Des Femmes en Mouvements Hebdo) of all three consecutive series of the French feminist cultural newspaper, originally launched in 1974 by Les Éditions des Femmes and the Psychanalyse et Politique du MLF collective (Mouvement de Libération des Femmes), led by Antoinette Fouque and funded by Sylvina Boissonnas, beginning with the irregularly-published Le Quotidien des Femmes, followed by the monthly Des Femmes en Mouvements, before it became a weekly publication from 1979 through 1982, covering a wide range of diverse issues and topics, including race, genital mutilation, oppression, politics, journalism, terrorism, women working in non-traditional roles, the women's movement domestically and abroad, theater, art, film, and music, among many others. Illustrated profusely throughout from photographs. Various sizes: Le Quotidien des Femmes small folio; Des Femmes en Mouvements 4to. Le Quotidien des Femmes with self-wrpps.; Des Femmes en Mouvements with original photographic wrpps. Paris 1974-1982. Together with a special issue "Hors Serie - Des Femmes en Mouvements Hebdo: Des Femmes et le Cinema 1978-1982" Le Quotidien des Femmes and Des Femmes en Mouvements are two of the feminist titles that took over from the the newspaper Le Torchon Brûle, which launched in 1971 by activists from the MLF and ran through June 1973. Others included Les Cahiers du Grif, Sorcières, Questions Féministes, and Histoires d'Elles. Antoinette Fouque was a militant feminist activist who founded Editions des Femmes to publish works written by women, about women, or for women, which focused on issues of women's empowerment.

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        TOSCANA (NON COMPRESA FIRENZE)

      TOURING CLUB ITALIANO, 1974. ITALIANO 0,52 Con 14 carte geografiche, 19 piante di citta', 18 piante di edifici, 43 stemmi, pagine ingiallite ai bordi causa tempo, rilegatura editoriale in tutta tela rossa, con titoli d'oro al piatto ed al dorso e con minime tracce d'uso, sovraccoperta in acetato trasparente, tagli spruzzati di rosso USATO

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        Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame

      Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1974. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. First edition. One of limited 50 numbered copies with an original painting by Charles Bukowski tipped in, signed Bukowski on the limitation page, and hand bound by Earle Gray. Lean to spine, and light water affect to bottom edge of front pages, else Fine. In acetate jacket with one short tear near spine joint, and light rubbing. An important poetry collection of the hard-drinking L.A. poet, signed and with his original art work.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Carrie: The Novel of a Girl with a Frightening Power

      Doubleday & Company, Inc, Garden City, NY 1974 - First edition. Early inscription from author to previous owner on the half-title page: "For Steve-With all good wishes-Stephen King 9/8/79." In this, King's first published novel, teenage girl Carrie White finds she has telekinetic powers. Against the backdrop of an abusive relationship with her religious fanatic mother, Carrie is subjected to the torments of many of her high school classmates. She goes to prom, but, in one of the most iconic scenes in horror and science fiction literature, is tricked into being doused with pig's blood. In response, Carrie sets fire to her high school and eventually her entire town. Through the excerpts of news articles and academic reports interspersed throughout, the novel contends with the vagaries between "objective" study and actual reality. Additionally, King himself has remarked on the novel's allegorical overtones of women's equality, stating that it is "largely about how women find their own channels of power." Though initially the book struggled to sell-the first hardback edition, as presented here, sold only 13,000 copies-it quickly rose in popularity. In 1976, Carrie was released as a feature film starring Sissy Spacek and John Travolta. Bears all first edition points, including the "P6" on page 199 and the original price of $5.95 on the dust wrapper. Bound in maroon cloth over boards with gold lettering to spine, and dust wrapper fully intact with just a hint of wear to upper corners. A fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        New Year's Card 1975.

      1974. Original lithograph in five colours on Arches wove paper. Image size: 14.1 x 10.6 cm. Sheet size: 14.1 x 21.8 cm. A little age toned otherwise in excellent condition. Edition of 200 reserved for Chagall. The paper is folded to make the lithograph a cover for a greetings card. Our impression contains a long note in the hand of Chagall's wife, Vava and is signed and dated in the hand of the artist, "Marc et Vava Chagall, 1975".

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        CARRIE

      Garden City:: Doubleday & Co.,. 1974.. First edition. Black pen mark to black endpaper otherwise fine in about very good dust jacket with few skinned spots to front spine fold and internal tape repair to marginal wear at spine ends and corners. Housed in custom, molded clamshell case lettered in gilt on spine and with partial image from dust jacket embossed on front. .

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        ZET. Zeichenheft für Literatur und Graphik. 2. Jahrgang. Heft 7. Vorzugsausgabe.

      43(1) S., 4, blauer OKarton (lichtrandig). Fadenheftung. Mit einer ganzseitigen, eingebundenen Original-Radierung von Heinz Knoke (Luna, 1974). Mit dem graphischen Porträt von K.F. Dahmen. Vorliegend: Vorzugsausgabe mit einer lose beigelegten, nummerierten (56/99) und von Friedrich Meckseper signierten Original-Radierung ('Mittag'), die Herbert Jaeckel aus Worpswede von Hand druckte. Spindler 164,7. Gutes Exemplar. Auflage: 99+30 Künstlerexemplare (GA 1030). Good copy with one graphic arts by Knoke and a.

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        Composition (Schwebendes Monument).

      Farbige Kreiden mit Tusche auf Halbkarton. 1974. Unten links von der Mitte eigenhändig signiert und datiert. Bildgröße 39 x 29 cm (mit Passepartout 55 x 45 cm). Der aus Hamburg stammende Maler, Bildhauer und Bühnenbildner Francis Bott wurde 1933 aufgrund seiner Mitgliedschaft in der KPD verhaftet. Es gelang ihm die Flucht über Wien nach Prag. 1937 nahm er kurzzeitig als Freiwilliger am Spanischen Bürgerkrieg teil, bevor er sich mit seiner Frau in Paris niederließ. Nach der Besetzung Frankreichs floh Bott in den Süden, wo er bis zum Ende des Krieges aktiv im Untergrund Widerstand leistete. Das Blatt an den vier Ecken auf Karton montiert und unter Passepartout gelegt. - Provenienz: Christies, South Kensington, Works from the Studio of Francis Bott, 16 November 2006

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        AN ARCHIVE OF SIGNED LETTERS, OFTEN INTIMATE, PENNED & TYPED by the American actress and former Warhol superstar VIVA to her friend the experimental novelist & screenwriter RUDY WURLITZER. Including a substantial 2-page letter typed on the verso of a MERMAID TAVERN broadside for a performance of Stravinsky's "Histoire du Soldat" in which she played the role of "the princess".

      New York & California, circa 1974 through 1984. [1974]., [1974].. Very good. - An archive consisting of 8 substantial signed letters and a signed note on a postcard penned & typed by Viva to her friend the experimental novelist & screenwriter Rudy Wurlitzer, author of the cult classic novel "Nog". On the verso of a postcard of Bolt Castle in New York State, Viva writes that she'll be leaving for Nova Scotia or California soon but that "I hate to leave without seeing you - what should I do? I love you" and inquires if there may be room for her and her daughter Alexandra ("Alex") "if so - we can help Roberta with the cooking!!!!!". On February 27, 1974 Viva has typed a substantial 2-page letter on the verso of two 14 inch high by 8-1/2 inch wide pictorial broadsides advertising her performance as "the princess" in a performance of Igor Stravinsky's "Histoire du Soldat" at the Mermaid Tavern in Topanga, California. Directed by Melvin Levy and narrated by Lou Gossett, the production includes Jan Munroe as the soldier. Addressed to "R." Viva writes "I'm writing about Easter eggs, those artificial ones with a cellophane window on one end where you can look in and see a little tableaux in the hollow egg so naturally I'm reminded of you. My egg. Where's the poem you promised to send a copy of? You can give public readings but you can't send a copy to your one true love...." Viva continues with her metaphorical description of Rudy before mentioning that she's "Read the catholic mystics" and inquiring if Rudy's "ever read St. Teresa of Avila or St. John of the Cross? (I don't remember the rest) Padre Pio is somebody you ought to look up, an italian mystic who died recently and used to levitate while saying mass; had the stigmata and all...." and writes of the visions which the "lady across the street" used to have and describes how her son was in love with her [i.e. Viva]. She concludes with a paragraph that describes how "When I was a child I used to hallucinate my favorite aunt's face above my bed in two masks...." "I love you as much as I used to love God" she writes in ink at the bottom, signed "Viva" with corrections penned in ink and a substantial postscript penned in the margins on Friday morning, framing the text of the letter.In a one-page typed letter Viva writes "Every now and then a wave of missing you comes over me...." and about her difficulties writing her current book "The book is very difficult; sometimes I hate the whole thing, find it ponderous and choppy and am cutting down the entire beginning.... I hate writing. I don't know why I ever gave up acting...." closing with the penciled sentiment "I love you, Viva". In an 8-page autograph letter dated June 29, 1975 penned from Tarzana [California] on 4 sheets of Chicago's "The Drake" stationery, Viva addresses Rudy as "My darling genius". "Waiting for Koningsberg to call about a cocktail party...." she writes, and muses on the subject of religion and Catholicism "I think that these professional holy men just keep on and on about sensuality because that's the only thing they are familiar with. They never mention love. Love for the abstract God yes, love for yourself yes, but love for each other - never. They're a bunch of cold fish." She refers to Isherwood's translation of the "Bhagavad Gita" and speaks of sensuality, seduction, love, and writing. "I'm languishing in solitary bliss without you. How can I tell you how much I love you how often I think of you and how beautiful I find you? Quickly - liberate me from this Elizabeth Barrett Browning role you've cast me in..." "Give my love to both Roberta and your mother...."On July 6th of an unknown year Viva writes, in a 4-page typed letter: "I'm surrounded by beautiful male bodies, my brothers-in-law, who are so sweet and sensual that I feel I've entered into the earthly paradise along with Colette and each step into a corridor or a garden or down a staircase is bound to meet with a caress, a subtle pressure on a hip, a touch, a kiss.....will I ever get to that farm?" "In the boathouse the swallows have taken up their annual abode and scream whenever anyone comes in..." she writes and relates how she ran out when "Dr. Boni told me I was inhabited by a dead Vietnamese soldier who was killed while on heroin...." She reflects on culture and symbolism and discussing her struggles when meeting with editors and others who may publish her book observes: "if only I were a man then they wouldn't get hung-up on sex instead of business with me...." She writes of Rajneesh's book which she likes though not the tapes as she finds that he addresses his audience as if they were children. Signed "Viva" with a marginal annotation in pencil writing of her brother-in-law enjoying the Rajneesh tapes.In a one-page Aerogramme, penned from France on March 24, 1984, Vina writes of being "this old trail blazer who just wants to be able to sit and sit and watch the sky and her busy racing mind and see it all as the same dance."Writing on a Friday on 2 sheets of folded "Hotel Bel-Air" stationery, Viva pens very intimate fantasies before recounting her conversations with a Chinese waiter who is serving her a meal as she writes to Rudy about the very subject of writing: "Now - about autobiographical writing. I find it's easier to write about shame, embarrassment, guilt, etc. than it is about love, feelings of power, hope, joy. The more embarrassing the incidents, or feeling, or thought, the more bells it will ring in the hearts of your darling readers...." "Reading Proust is a very great aid - One that can't be denied - Great ideas - the best really...." She delves into the Book of Hours, and how it's full of S & M and quotes Virginia Woolf. She closes with "I love you darling, Viva". In a two page letter dated July 12, typed on wrinkled rice paper, Viva writes "I was happy to get your letter; true to form like your novels; brief, and thought it was nice of you to tell me so much about your spiritual journey...." and writes of the plot for her book which her mother has inspired. "Darling it's all simple. Having been brought up the way I was it's hard for me to stick to or take seriously for long any sort of mysticism; it took me 22 years to break free of it once.... As for Rajneesh, I love him after reading the Book of the Secrets, how could I not? Everybody in the family loves him. It's just the doubt in my mind put there by the babadevotee, by R.K. Narayan, etc...." Signed "I still love you, Viva" with several postscripts and annotations penciled and penned in ink in the margins. On July 22nd, in a letter typed on 4 sheets of wrinkled rice paper of various sizes she states that "The repairman is here" lightning having struck a couple of nearby trees and blowing out the fuses and telephone. She writes that "Sister Faith" was wondering if Walter was afraid of her as he quickly withdrew his arm from her shoulder after briefly laying it there when they were watching the moon. She writes "'Probably, I would say that he's afraid of you because you're a NUN', mom, pillar of the rear guard said, emphatically." "'Well', sister faith continued as the three witches from McBeth slugged down some more Kalua and sister faith asked for some vodka in hers, 'he sent me a bottle of Arpege and you know what that means!'..." She goes on to relate that "Frank K. thinks he's coming to the farm in September; Francois wants to pick me up in his new plane and take me to L.A. where he's renting a house, Nancy wants me to go to Paris with her, stay at Delphine's, Gottlieb wants to know where is the plot, Interview wants me to do more work (they published the Telly Sevelas story this month), a guy called Frank Hallman who published a book of Virginia Woolf's essays wants to publish a volume of my poetry (no advance....)" She notes how a mother duck has been leading her chicks out into the current to teach them how to swim every morning and that she tried to take the children of Bobby's friend out for a boat ride but, since Bobby had removed the distributor cap, they didn't get far. As no one, including Bobby knew the sequence in which the firing caps should be replaced, her father suggested they ask the telephone repair man: "'Do you know which order the caps fire?' I asked the theologically inclined repairman...." She signs off, penning an intimate and explicit note preceding her signature and has penned annotations in the margins of the letter. The American actress, writer and Warhol superstar Viva (born 1938) was born Janet Susan Mary Hoffmann. Her parents raised their nine children as strict Roman Catholics and her father, an attorney and stringent anti-communist, required his children to watch the Army-McCarthy hearings. A model and painter, she was renamed Viva by Andy Warhol who hired her when he began filming "Ciao! Manhattan" in 1967 (the film was not completed until 1972) and she subsequently starred in "Tub Girls", "Bike Boy", "The Nude Restaurant", and the controversial adult erotic film "Blue Movie". She went on to star in Agnes Varda's "Lions Love" and Woody Allen's "Play It Again Sam!" among others. She gave birth to her daughter Alexandra (Alex) Auder who she conceived with her first husband Michael Auder and subsequently gave birth to her second daughter, the actress Gaby Hoffman, while engaged to the actor Anthony Herrera. Her first book "Superstar" offered an insider's look at the Factory scene. She incorporated the use of video tapes into her second book "The Baby". She went on to write for numerous periodicals and narrated Carla Bley's experimental jazz work "Escalator over the Hill". An early pioneer in Video art, she participated in Shirley Clarke's Video Space Troupe. Despite her fame, Viva never achieved financial success. "We lived in a classless society. We'd spend a summer at Gore Vidal's house in Italy, but we were on and off welfare" mused her daughter Gaby Hoffman.Born in Soissons, France, the French photographer Michel Auder (born 1945) was inspired by the French New Wave movement and was influenced by the work of Jean-Luc Godard and Andy Warhol. He met Viva and they were married in 1969. They had one child, Alexandria Auder, whose birth was documented in their film diary. As a video artist, he translated Warhol's ideas into diary format and produced travel logs and portraits of his friends including Alice Neel, Eric Bogosian and Larry Rivers among others.The Mermaid Tavern was originally built as the Sylvia Park Country Club in 1930. It underwent several incarnations and, in the 40's, served as a gambling establishment run by gangster Mickey Cohen. Reborn as The Canyon Club in the 50's, then an American Legion Hall and subsequently a Jewish Boy's School, it saw rebirth as a celebrated concert hall The Mermaid Tavern before falling into disrepair. In 1989, a local artist purchased and restored the property which is now a horticultural retreat.

      [Bookseller: Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd.]
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        Original Silver Gelatin Print, Signed]: FERN SPRING, DUSK . [with:] IMAGES 1923 - 1974

      New York Graphic Society, Boston 1974 - Original gelatin silver print photograph (31 x 23 cm), printed by Adams from the negative. Dry mounted on archival board (42 x 34 cm). Fine. Print number 169 of 1000 numbered prints (500 numbered in Roman, 500 in Arabic), signed by Adams on the mount, and with certificate of limitation and technical details on verso. Published to accompany the deluxe, limited issue of IMAGES 1923 - 1974, of which a copy is present, also numbered '169' and signed on the colophon by Adams. The book is blemished, as at some point early on a previous owner excised the front free endsheet, quite likely to remove a presentation inscription, taking with it a significant area of the surface of the pastedown. It is otherwise very good and sound in dust jacket, with both enclosed in a somewhat faded and rubbed half calf oblong folio clamshell box, with the two short joints of the top lid at the fore-edge broken. In other words, a beautiful, virtually untouched copy of the signed print, with a flawed copy of the book tagging along.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA]
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        SANTA CLAUS

      Éditions de L'Herne, Paris 1974 - Large folio (78 x 53 cm; 26.5 x 20.75"). Loose bifolia and sheets laid into printed handmade paper wrappers. Enclosed in a canvas- covered clamshell box with pictorial vignette. Fine. First edition in this format, illustrated with nine full-page original etchings by Alexander Calder, each signed in pencil in the margin by him. With parallel English text and a French translation by D. Jon Grossman. In addition to 175 numbered copies, this is one of an unspecified number of copies marked as 'H.C.' Monod suggests there were twenty copies hors commerce, but indicates they were numbered in Roman. The etchings were printed by l'Atelier Arte, and in this copy are on Auvergne. MONOD 3338.

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        Sketchbook.

      Marlborough Fine Art, London., [1974?]. First edition. Facsimile sketchbook reproducing colour images from the period 1968-72. The pochoir reproductions are so convincing that, in order to avoid confusion, the atelier which executed them, Daniel Jacomet & Cie, has blindstamped each leaf. Issued in a folding linen solander box with a separate illustrated booklet (card wrappers with printed dustwrapper) containing texts by Sutherland and Bernard Baer.Out of a total of 575 copies, one of 200 copies in English signed by the author, this being one of the 175 standard copies.Fine. No copy listed in the British Library catalogue.

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        Le Quotidien des Femmes, No. 1 (November 1974) through No. 10 (June 1976); followed by Des Femmes en Mouvements, 1ère série, No. 1 (December 1977/January 1978) through No. 12/13 (December 1978/January 1979); followed by Des Femmes en Mouvements. Hebdo, No. 1 (9 November 1979) through No. 101 (16 July 1982) (all published)

      A nearly complete run in 108 issues (lacking issues nos. 12, 17, 33, 34, 45, 48, and 49 of Des Femmes en Mouvements Hebdo) of all three consecutive series of the French feminist cultural newspaper, originally launched in 1974 by Les Éditions des Femmes and the Psychanalyse et Politique du MLF collective (Mouvement de Libération des Femmes), led by Antoinette Fouque and funded by Sylvina Boissonnas, beginning with the irregularly-published Le Quotidien des Femmes, followed by the monthly Des Femmes en Mouvements, before it became a weekly publication from 1979 through 1982, covering a wide range of diverse issues and topics, including race, genital mutilation, oppression, politics, journalism, terrorism, women working in non-traditional roles, the women's movement domestically and abroad, theater, art, film, and music, among many others. Illustrated profusely throughout from photographs. Various sizes: Le Quotidien des Femmes small folio; Des Femmes en Mouvements 4to. Le Quotidien des Femmes with self-wrpps.; Des Femmes en Mouvements with original photographic wrpps. Paris 1974-1982. Together with a special issue "Hors Serie - Des Femmes en Mouvements Hebdo: Des Femmes et le Cinema 1978-1982" Le Quotidien des Femmes and Des Femmes en Mouvements are two of the feminist titles that took over from the the newspaper Le Torchon Brûle, which launched in 1971 by activists from the MLF and ran through June 1973. Others included Les Cahiers du Grif, Sorcières, Questions Féministes, and Histoires d'Elles. Antoinette Fouque was a militant feminist activist who founded Editions des Femmes to publish works written by women, about women, or for women, which focused on issues of women's empowerment.

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        Sula

      New York: Knopf, 1974 First Edition/First Printing. Hardcover. Fine book in a Fine Dust Jacket with a touch of toning to the inside jacket flaps and a tiny touch of wear to the top front fold. Signed by the author on the title page.

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        L'Habitat Multicoque de Grataloup

      Unpag. volume (40 pp.) devoted to the modern sculptural "multi-capsule" domestic architecture of Daniel Grataloup, containing designs for a number of homes throughout Switzerland, including photographs of scale models and floor plans. Profusely illustrated throughout. Minor soiling and age-darkening. Oblong 4to. Plastic spiral-bound covers with relief design to front. Some minor losses to corners, very minor soiling. La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland (Idéa Éditions) 1974. Daniel Grataloup began his artistic career focused on etching, but after lots of travel and years of research, he began developing a construction technique which involved projecting concrete onto flexible structures. Multiple self-supporting capsules became the hallmark of his designs and constructions. Some of the designs displayed in this volume include Villa Kjellman, Villa Schneiter, Maison Binggeli, a three-capsuled family house, a two-capsuled home for an artist and their family, and a collective housing group for the commune of Douvaine, France. As of January 2018, WorldCat locates only three holdings of this volume in the United States.

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        THE BLACK WINDMILL MOVIE POSTER/CASO DRABBLE, IL/POSTER

      1974 - CASO DRABBLE, IL - 1974, Dir: DON SIEGEL, Cast: MICHAEL CAINE, DELPHINE SEYRIG, JANET SUZMAN, DONALD PLEASENCE, , Nac. film: GRAN BRETAÑA, Company: , Designer: , , Nac. poster: ITALIA, Measures (Cm. and Inches) : -100X140-Cm.-40X55-INCHES-2 SH., , Type of product: POSTER, , POSTER are in excellent condition but may have normal wear such as edge wear or a slight hole. I try photograph any flaw but examining the photos closely is your best bet! Please see bigger picture for details., , La mayoría están en excelentes condiciones, pero puede tener desgaste del borde o algun agujero pequeño. Intento fotografiar cualquier defecto, pero el examen de las fotos de cerca es su mejor opción! Por favor ver la foto en grande para más detalles., , SHIPPING COSTS: Fold posters SPAIN 15? -Correo certificado EUROPE and all world 20?

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        Gesammelte Werke in dreizehn Bänden. 2., durchgesehene Auflage. Bände I-XIII in 12 (von 13) Bänden.

      S. Fischer, Frankfurt am Main 1974 - Zusammen ca. 11.000 Seiten. Dekorative hellbraune Orig.-Lederbände mit goldgeprägtem Leder-Rückenschildchen und Kopfgoldschnitt. Dünndruckausgabe. Unser Exemplar leider ohne Band III: Der Zauberberg, sonst handelt es sich jedoch um ein gut erhaltenes Exemplar der Vorzugsausgabe in Leder mit nur leichten Gebrauchsspuren. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Séance. Racisme Végétal. Film de Marcel Broodthaers.

      B.H.D. Buchloh. 1974 - pp. 12. With several offset photographic illustrations. Racisme Végétal was originally published in the magazine Interfunktionen no. 11, as an original contribution to the first issue of the paper for Theoretical and Practical Works. The first 50 copies were designated to be signed by Broodthaers, and thus constitute the special edition of the magazine. However, none of these copies were actually signed. Apart from these examples, a further 300 unsigned and unnumbered copies were published in 1974 as an artist's book, of which this is one. The book incorporates found photographic film still imagery from Laurel & Hardy and James Cagney, situated within a printed disembodied narrative. [Ref. Jamar - Marcel Broodthaers - Complete Graphic Work & Books 43; Jan Ceuleers - Marcel Broodthaers. The Complete Prints and Books, no. 44]. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Twelve American Writers

      Pennyroyal Press, Easthampton 1974 - Number 24 or 50 copies with an introduction by John R. Nelson Jr. and 12 wood engraved portraits of Cooper, Emerson, Hawthorne, Poe, Thoreau, Melville, Twain, Crane, Fitzgerald, Faulkner, Hemingway, and Steinbeck. Octavo, 1/4 leather spine lettered in gilt, with marbled paper covered boards, bound by David Bourbeau. Very Good, with the suite of extra prints of extra prints each signed by the artist in separate wrappers. Also included are two copies of the prospectus for the book with a wood engraved portrait of Twain, folded at front edge and bottom. Scarce. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        La technique du violon chez les premiers sonatistes français (1695-1723). Avec un nouvel avant-propos de l'auteur

      Minkoff Reprint 1974 - Ex-library HB with no d/j. In French. Good condition. Few minor marks. Ffep intact. Usual library stamps, etc. Slim, 49pp. Reprint of the 1911 ed. published in Paris. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ADRIANABOOKS]
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        Towering Inferno - Authentic Original 27" x 41" Folded Movie Poster

      1974 - original; creases; folded; Mint Unless Mentioned In Description

      [Bookseller: Movieposter.com]
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        EXTRA. Ein Kunstmagazin - An Art Magazin, Nummer 1, Juli 1974 - Nummer 5, Juli 1975.

      [Auflage 500 Exemplare]. 30 x 20 cm. 72 62, 72, 72, 90 unpaginierte S. OKarton. Sehr gutes, fast neuwertiges Exemplar. Die Beiträge der Künstler für EXTRA sind explizit für dieses Magazin entstanden und verstehen sich als eigenständige Kunstwerke [Sol LeWitt schuf in diesem Zusammenhang den Satz "....the only magazine not about art but as art"]. Enthalten sind Arbeiten von: (Heft 1) Hans Haacke, Urs Lüthi, Daniel Buren, Duane Michals, Joseph Kosuth, Jean Le Gac (Heft 2) Bernar Venet, Anne + Patrick Poirier, Antonio Dias, Karl Blossfeld, Art & Language, Joseph Kosuth, Iole de Freitas (Heft 3) Robert Barry, Terry Atkinson, Hanne Darboven, Ralph Gibson, Roman Opalka, Sol LeWitt (Heft 4) David Askevold (Heft 5) Giuseppe Penone, Rune Mields, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Lewis Baltz, Gilberto Zorio. Die Arbeit von Daniel Buren ist auf transparentem Pergamin-Papier mit gelben Streifen in Siebdruck, die Beiträge von Rune Mields, Hans-Peter Feldmann und Gilberto Zorio sind auf transparentem Pergaminpapier gedruckt. Es erschienen 1974 - 1975 nur diese 5 Ausgaben der Künstlerzeitschrift, in dieser Vollständigkeit und Erhaltung sehr selten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Querido]
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        The Man

      [Tokyo]: Self-published, 1974. Near fine in red wrappers, near fine dust jacket.. First Edition. 12mo. Self-published artists' book, vaguely surreal, broken into sections, with several images that appear to have been shot at Expo '70 in Osaka. Reportage meets conceptual art. Intriguing book with no discernible history.

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc. ]
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        Indian Chief. Signed

      El Paso: University of Texas, 1974. Silkscreen. 30 x 30 inches. One of 100 signed and numbered impressions, Exhibition poster for the show at the University of Texas, Oct. -Nov. 1974.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Chinese Armorial Porcelain (Signed)

      Faber, 1974, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, First Edition, Signed by Author. ~~SIGNED and dedicated by author to fly-leaf~~VG-/Good+ 1st edition 1974 Faber hardback, unclipped DJ, superb and extraordinary work, many illustrations. A little creasing to edges of DJ, some spotting to page edges and end-papers and corners a little bumped only. Sent Airmail at no extra cost; Worldwide Shipping IMMEDIATE 1ST CLASS/AIRMAIL DISPATCH Quantity Available: 1. Category: Art & Design; Signed by Author. ISBN: 0571098118. ISBN/EAN: 9780571098118. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 067988.

      [Bookseller: 84 Charing Cross Road Books]
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        MIDDERNACHT EN MEER. ****** ORIGINEEL MANUSCRIPT Clem Schouwenaars.

      1974. Manuscript in 1 cahier, blauw linnen, met letters 'succes'. Ongeveer 500 pagina's waarvan 223 pagina's volledig beschreven, gelinieerd, gesigneerd en gedateerd. Lo, 21 oktober - 15 november, 1974, om 01.00h. 's morgens beëindigd. Aangevuld met correcties, doorhalingen en toevoegingen. Opgedragen aan Rotraut en de kinderen.

      [Bookseller: ERIK TONEN BOOKSELLER]
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        Sacrifice of Isaac.

      New York: Kennedy Graphics, 1974. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts.(). Drypoint, etching, and engraving on copper in black printed on Velin d'Arches paper. Edition of 100. Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. Image: 13 5/8 x 10 5/8 inches. Sheet: 22 1/4 x 15 inches. Prescott, 60.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        MIDDERNACHT EN MEER. ****** ORIGINEEL MANUSCRIPT Clem Schouwenaars.

      , , 1974. Manuscript in 1 cahier, blauw linnen, met letters 'succes'. Ongeveer 500 pagina's waarvan 223 pagina's volledig beschreven, gelinieerd, gesigneerd en gedateerd.Lo, 21 oktober - 15 november, 1974, om 01.00h. 's morgens beëindigd. Aangevuld met correcties, doorhalingen en toevoegingen. Opgedragen aan Rotraut en de kinderen.

      [Bookseller: Erik Tonen Books]
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        Transformation.

      1974.(). Color serigraph. Signed in pencil and annotated "State proof." Image 40 x 29 cm. Printed on wide margined handmade rag paper.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Claude Monet. Biographie et catalogue raisonné. Complet en 5 volumes. Tome 1: 1840-1881 Tome 2 : 1882-1886 Tome 3 : 1887-1898 Tome 4 : 1899-1926 Tome 5 : Supplément aux peintures , dessins , pastels. Index.

      La Bibliothèque des Arts 1974-1991,, Lausanne/Paris - in-4, relié sous jaquette éditeur, Bon état. Edition originale. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Christian Chaboud]
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        Mumintrollet i Hvitträsk

      Oy Lito Print, Helsinki 1974 - Klipp ur Tove Janssons Muminböcker, Moomin Highlights. Inscibed to Gunnel (her Norwegian translator) on front free endpaper: Till Gunnel av Tove och Lasse 1974 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Tormod Opedal]
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        SOLSTADEN (Sun City)

      Helsinki: Schildts, 1974. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. First Printing. Printed in the Swedish language. Jansson's second novel for adults, set in a Florida retirement community. 191 pp. A Fine clean copy, appears to have never been fully opened, in a VG dustjacket with minor shelf-wear/rubbing to the corners and edges. SIGNED by Tove Jansson at the title page, scarce thus.

      [Bookseller: Old Swan Books]
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        Infra-terrestres adorés par Dalí à 5 ans car il se croyait insecte. (Infraterrestrials Worshipped by Dali at the Age of Five Because He Believed Himself an Insect.)

      Paris: Jean Lavigne,, 1974. Drypoint etching over chromolithograph with embossing on Arches paper. Sheet size: 100 x 70 cm. Excellent condition. One of 25 artist's proofs aside from the edition of 195. Signed in pencil lower right by Dalí, inscribed EA lower left. One of 12 plates from the La Conquête du Cosmos portfolio. Printed by Atelier Lithographique, Paris. Although these plates were printed in 1974 they were offered in two portfolios, 6 in 1974 and 6 in 1977.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Paintings of Ch'i Pai Shih. Chinese Paintings by Chi Pai Shih / Qi Baishi. Signed by Chang Lee-ching

      Hong Kong: Pacific Book Company, 1974 - First edition, first printing. Quarto, 29.4*21.6*2.5cm, wt: 1.2kg, 252p. Original dustjacket, 175 works of art, 212 illustrations. Dustjacket with small chips, otherwise a near fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Chinese Art Books]
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        If Beale Street Could Talk (Signed Limited Edition)

      JAMES BALDWIN SIGNED LIMITED EDITION, one of only 250 true and stated First Printings published by Dial Press in custom binding with slipcase. Book is unread and almost as new (mildly rubeed in two places on cover); slipcase also near-fine (small spot on rear). Exceptionally scarce. Basis for highly anticipated next film by director of Oscar-winner Moonlight Barry Jenkins in late 2018. Expedited and international shipping are welcome; signed by author.

      [Bookseller: Bookcharmed]
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        Les Mercredi de la Mémoire - Srijede Pamcenja.

      - Zagreb, Editions Slakupic 1974. In-8° en feuilles sous emboitage de toile bleue, titre blanc en long. Edition originale de cette courte nouvelle de Georges Duby, récit des mercredi de son enfance, jour de marché à Bourg en Bresse chez sa grand mère. 2 livrets, l'un en français, l'autre en croate tirés sur beau papeier vergé. Un des 5 exemplaires d'Artistes enrichi d'une suite de 14 eaux-fortes originales en couleurs (sur 12 annoncés) signées au crayon et justifiees par Ivan Lackrovic.Rarissime [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Librairie In-Quarto]
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        Greenwitch

      Chatto & Windus 1974 - Susan Cooper (1974) ‘Greenwitch’, UK first edition, first printing, signed by Susan on the title page, published by Chatto & Windus. The third volume in the seminal ‘Dark is Rising’ sequence. Condition: fine, close to mint. In 2012 Susan was given the American Library Association’s ‘Margaret A. Edwards Award’ for her “significant and lasting contribution to writing for teens”, and she received the World Fantasy Award for life achievement in 2013. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: First and Fine]
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        A Wonderful Time: An Intimate Portrait of The Good Life

      Harper & Row 1974 - Inscribed by Slim Aarons! [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Cary Collection]
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        LA CONQUISTA DEL POTERE IL FASCISMO DAL 1919 AL 1929

      BARI: LATERZA, 1974. RILEGATO. BUONO. 14 21. STORIA E SOCIETA' USATO

      [Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBab]
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        Carrie

      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1974. Approximately 6 1/4 x 9 1/4". Maroon cloth boards, gold lettering on spine, deckled fore-edge, pictorial dust jacket with a price of "C. $5.95" and photo of author on right flap, now housed in a custom clamshell box of black matte with embossed design on left half of front echoing the front of the dust jacket, gilt lettering on spine of box, red cloth edges and black suede interior, all of which makes for a striking presentation. Book has a square, solid text block and strong hinges, no edge wear, overall both book and dust jacket are near fine, there are a few stray minor spots on the cloth boards and a prior owner bookplate pasted onto the front paste down, but without any name, unclipped dust jacket shows minimal edge wear and one tiny white spot on the spine near the tail, two small pieces of magic tape on the inside of the dust jacket. All first issue points are present, first edition stated on the copyright page, "P6" in gutter on last page of text, $5.95 price on jacket. A first edition of the author's first book, about a teenage outcast and the terrible revenge she inflicts on her classmates. A legendary book that had an approximate first print-run of only 30,000 copies. The novel that started it all

      [Bookseller: The Book Lair, ABAA]
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