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        the Identification of Mammalian Hair

      Inkata Press, Melbourne, 1974. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Very Good. Illustrator: Microscopic. in original hardcover binding with colour illustrated dustjacket. There is no damage to describe.& & Hans Brunner's signature of the top right-hand corner of the front end page along with a letter signed by the author on Department of Conservation, Forests and Lands letterhead. This book is designed to interest the reader to the general field of their study and, in particular to provide a workable system of mammal identification based entirely on an appreciation of their structures. – Whilst many of the species considered in this book are indigenous to Australia, the methods and principles discussed are applicable to any situation requiring the identification of unknown fur samples. – Front fold over blurb Size: 4to 9¾" - 12" tall. 176 pages. Illustrator: Microscopic. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Science & Technology; biology; ISBN: 0909605017. ISBN/EAN: 9780909605018. Inventory No: 0238941. . This book weighs over 1 Kg packed and extra postal costs will be asked for when shipping outside Australia..

      [Bookseller: Syber's Books]
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        Dusklands

      Jonannesburg; Ravan; 1974 - First edition, first printing. The author's first book, and hard to find without faults as the title was used by schools as a text book. Signed by the author. The book is in excellent condition. Fine (bar for a small tear to the last page) in fine dustjacket with a small amount of wear to the top edge. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Catherine Carmier

      Atheneum Very Good to Near Fine book, spine ends soft with slight soiling, light soiling or rubbing to bottom page edges, small, light spot to top edge stain; in a Very Good, price-clipped, jacket that has edge and corner wear, couple of small chips, color loss at spine ends and corners, spine is sun yellowed, as are edges of the white flaps. This was Gaines? first book. This copy has been inscribed and signed by Gaines on fly leaf and dated March 12, 1974 ? San Francisco.

      [Bookseller: Squid Ink Books]
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        Writings about Music (First Edition, Inscribed to Paul Fromm)

      New York: New York University Press / Halifax: The Press of Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1974. First Edition. First Edition. First issue binding, without the UNIVERSAL EDITION notation on the spine, and without the added note about typographical corrections by Reich at the end of his Introduction. Association copy, inscribed by Steve Reich to Paul Fromm on the verso of the front endpaper: "for Paul Fromm / From Steve Reich." & & Fromm, who passed away in 1987, was one of the most important enablers of twentieth century classical music, establishing in 1944 the Fromm Musical Foundation, which commissions major works to this day. He was a fan of Reich's work from early on, and in 1985 the Fromm Foundation commissioned Reich's piece, "New York Counterpoint," now considered one of his most important works. & & Though the inscription is not dated, it was likely made near to the date of publication, predating the commission by nearly a decade. In 2006, Reich's 70th birthday was celebrated with major performances at Lincoln Center, the Brooklyn Academy of Music and Carnegie Hall. A scarce signature and a great association between one of the twentieth century's greatest composers and one of its greatest patrons. Reich's first and only book.& & Near Fine in card wrappers, in a Near Fine example of the scarce dust jacket, with only a small chip at the top front panel to note.

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        Paul Strand: Sixty Years of Photographs (Deluxe Limited Edition with Framed Print)

      Aperture, New York 1974 - This is a deluxe limited edition of "Paul Strand: Sixty Years of Photographs" published by Aperture, New York in 1974 with a limitation of 350 copies this being number 325. From the publisher: "Sixty Years of Photographs is one of the most comprehensive surveys of the power and force of a major photographic figure of our time. Before his death in 1976, Strand spent his last days going over his photographic prints and his many books with an eye to the completion of this volume. Because of his insistence on growth and movement toward perfection throughout his career, and to be true to his vision, the editors examined over three thousand photographs, constituting the main body of the work of Strand's lifetime. This volume includes an insightful biographical profile by Calvin Tomkins and excerpts from Strand's correspondence, interviews, and other documents." Measuring approximately 12 x 10 inches, the book is bound in black cloth covered boards and is housed in a matching slipcase. Accompanying the book is a custom framed hand-pulled dust-grain photogravure from the original negative. The print is entitled, "Fisherman, Gaspè, 1937" and has the blind-stamp of The Paul Strand Estate on the verso. The image size is approximately 7 x 6 inches with the frame measuring 17 x 14 inches. The limitation of the deluxe limited edition is 350 with this copy 325 being hand numbered on the limitation page. The book is in FINE condition with the vellum like limitation page evidencing some waviness which is endemic to this title. The slipcase is in FINE condition with a few minor white spots from where it rested on the book shelf. The print is in FINE condition with the custom frame being in FINE- condition with some minor wear to the aluminum. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Franklin Books]
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        The Family Album of Lucybelle Crater

      [Penland, N.C.]: Jargon Society, (1974). Tiny bump to the bottom rear corner, else near fine in a near fine price-clipped jacket with a short edge tear along spine of the rear gutter.. First Edition. Quarto. The scarce issue in cloth. A posthumous collection published by Meatyard's friend, the poet and photographer Jonathan Williams, with images of Meatyard's friends and family shot behind masks in nondescript locales usually with leafless trees or bushes in the background. (Roth 230-231, Auer 577).

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        Brice Marden: Suicide Notes (Signed)

      Lausanne: Edition des Massons, 1974. First Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket. Signed by Artist. 4to. Illustrated wraps with black lettering on spine; pp. 70, [1] (copyright information). Inscribed by the artist on the ffep, with a doodle ("For Xavier / Brice Marden," with a small sketch of a box, echoing the series of boxes featured in the book. Spine a little yellowed; small chip out of the laminate on front panel near spine; in mylar wrap. Exhibition catalogue with reproductions of Marden's b/w drawings on every page.

      [Bookseller: Barnes & Noble Collectibles NYC]
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        The Four Ages (Portfolio) - Limited Edition Prints (Signed)

      1974. Print. New. Set of 4 Lithograph prints by Barry Windsor Smith on Paper. SIGNED NUMBERED PRINT. Size: 23" x 32" (580mm x 810mm). A set of four limited edition prints - watercoloured by hand - produced in 1974 by Barry Windsor Smith's own company GorBlimey Press. Each of the four prints has been hand coloured in watercolours by the artist and signed and numbered #8 from an edition of 30. Each print is 8 inches x 12 inches and has been mounted and framed professionally. The four prints are, 'The Barbarian', 'The Warrior', 'The Buccaneer', and 'The King'. An extremely rare opportunity to own one of Smith's earliest and best works.

      [Bookseller: Print Matters]
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        Early Arita and Ko-Kutani. MINT COPY.

      Tokyo, 1974 - Tokyo, 1974. Original silk-covered boards (hardcover), 30,3 x 21,5 cms., 494 pp. text in Japanese and summary in English, throughout illustrated with 212 illustrations, partly in colour, including a woodcut (?), in original gilt cloth-covered slipcase. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TIME ON THE CROSS. Two Volumes. Volume I: The Economics of American Negro Slavery. Volume II: Evidence and Methods

      Boston:: Little, Brown,, 1974. First Edition. Fine. SIGNED AND DATED BY ROBERT FOGEL ON EACH TITLE PAGE without personalization. Two Volumes, the complete set. Fine hardback Stated First Edition First Printings in Near Fine Dust Jackets with mild edge wear. xviii, 286; xi, 267 pp.

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        Centennial

      First printing. Maroon cloth, copper gilt titles, teal blue topstain. DJ dated 9/74. Inscribed "To Paul Lustig" on half title page. Book near fine, DJ very good plus with two tiny closed tears at head & heel of spine. 909 pp. First Edition. Dustjacket: Very Good, Hardcover. Book condition: Fine

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        THE STORY OF CUPID AND PSYCHE

      London: Clover Hill Editions by the Rampant Lions Press, 1974. Limited Edition, numbered 85 of 130 sets. Full Leather. Folio. Edward Burne-Jones. Two volumes full bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in midnight blue goat housed in patterned-paper slipcase accompanied by matching leather-backed clamshell containing a set of 47 collotype prints of the original drawings and 44 proofs of the wood engravings. A very nice set with only light rubbing to the portfolio; loose plates are clean and bright. Conceived of by Burne-Jones and William Morris in the 1860s, Morris’s Cupid and Psyche with Burne-Jones’s woodcuts was never realized because, according to Joseph Dunlap, “he could not match the force of his wood engravings with the diffident type faces available in the 1860s.” After Morris’s death Cockerell and Burne-Jones discussed a Kelmscott Press edition. Several specimen sheets were issued in 1897 (Peterson B6), but with Burne-Jones’s death the following year, the edition was abandoned. In conjunction with Clover Hill Editions, Will and Sebastian Carter of the Rampant Lions Press produced this edition with Morris’s Troy type newly cast from the original matrices held by the Cambridge University Press. Roderick Cave suggests this most ambitious production is their crowning achievement “in an unjustified setting, which compliments the original wood engravings in a way none but the bravest would have attempted.” Peterson B6; Roderick Cave, The Private Press.

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        31 offprints/reprints Japan pre-and-post war. Genetics, Botany. From Tsueyuki Yamazaki, Kosuke. Yamashita, Tomio Yanagisawa, Tosihide H. Yosida, Masumi Yasutomi,, Tadao Hama, Akira Yuasa, Shigeo Yamanouchi, I. Ohga, Y. Sinoto, Yo. K. Okada, Hiroshi Ohsh

      various places, various dates. PAMPHLET. Most were printed in Japan, while the earlier ones were printed in USA. First edition. Original wraps. Full list available. Some of the titles are: Organization of Linked Genes Under Frequency-Dependent Selection of Minority Advantage (1974); Studies in the Cytology of Pteridophyta VIII. The Morphology of Spermatozoids in Seven Species of Ferns (1935); Spermatogenesis, Oogenesis, and Fertilization in Nephrodium (1908). Many are compliments of the author, and a few are inscribed by the author. Names of prior owners in stamp or signature are: J. T. Baldwin Jr., Dept. of Zoology, Dr. E. N. Harvey, Hampton L. Carson, Schrader. * Science. Japan. Genetics. Rare books make Fine Gifts. Shipped in new box. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good.

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        [Poster]: Student Council Presents Bruce Springsteen Sun. Apr. 28 1:30PM in Clothier. Students and Guests Only

      Swarthmore College [Swarthmore, Pennsylvania: Swarthmore College. 1974]. Poster. Measuring 24" x 18". Printed in red on thin white card stock. Fine. Shrinkwrapped onto foamcore. Poster for an relatively early performance of Bruce and the E Street Band in the nascent stage of their career before they broke out with the 1975 release Born to Run. The free concert was to be held indoors at the Clothier Auditorium but because of unusually good whether was actually held outside in the small Scott Amphitheater with apparently no more than 100 people in attendance. Contemporary reports indicate that Springsteen performed a splendid show, and a splendid time was had by all. Rare. .

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        'Holiday' First UK Edition 1974

      A first edition, first printing published by Hutchinson in 1974. A fine book without inscriptions, marks or stamps. A flawless book. In a near fine (or better) dust wrapper which is not price clipped showing £2.75 as called for. Some light rubbing to the tail of the spine and to corners. Some light wrinkling to the foot of the rear panel. Absolutely no fading to the spine what- soever. Perhaps the rarest Booker Prize winner in collect- able condition.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        SANJU^-SAN BUTSU

      1974. Fine. [LIVRE D'ARTISTE] MORIMOTO Kiyoko, artist. SANJU-SAN BUTSU. Osaka, Riichi. Showa 49 [1974]. 22 x 23.5 cm. Hand-bound western style in ostrich leather by Hirooka Riichi. Morimoto was an Osaka printmaker who handcut and handprinted the blocks for the "33 Buddhas" of the title. Designed for an edition of 10 copies, this copy is out of series. There is a small (tanning?) blemish on the ostrich leather, else fine in the original publisher's clasped case. Very lovely.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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        Un mannequin sur le trottoir. Remarques au pinceau.

      Paris: Yves Rivire, (1974).. 9, [7] pp. 4to. (34 x 26 cm). Loose folded leaves, as issued, in a chemise and illustrated slipcase. First edition. Illus. with 5 color plates (2 double page) and 14 in-text drawings. One of 450 copies signed on colophon page by Alechinsky and Caillois. En fac-simil de la dactylographie originale due texte, avec corrections manuscrites de l'auteur. Contents fine copy in a lightly rubbed chemise and very good soiled slipcase.

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        Maria Tu Sais

      Adolph Hurlimann Zurich: Adolph Hurlimann, 1974. First edition. Paperback. Fine. 35 love poems, letterpress-printed by Hurlimann (who also edited), illustrated by 4 color lithographs by Masson. Loose folded sheets in printed paper covers, wrapped in glassine.. From an edition of 88 copies (plus 25 deluxe and AP's). SIGNED by all three contributors. 10 x 13" tall. A lovely production.

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        Winston S. Churchill, His Complete Speeches 1897-1963, full set of 8 volumes

      New York: Chelsea House Publishers in association with R. R. Bowker Company, 1974. Hardcover. Near fine. During more than half a century of public life Sir Winston Churchill delivered speeches whose incisive wit, artful cadence, stinging criticism, soaring sentiment, and resolute defiance still echo today. This complete set of 8 massive volumes contains the vast majority of Winston Churchill's speeches from 1897 to 1963. The set is nearly 9,000 pages in length, takes up 18 inches of shelf space, and weighs 34 pounds. Before this incredible undertaking, many of Churchill's speeches had never been published in volume form. A great many of these impressive sets ended up in libraries, and consequently bear ex-library wear and markings. This set is in near-fine condition and is *NOT* ex-library. The red cloth bindings remain clean and bright with sharp corners and no sunning to the spines. External flaws are trivial, limited to some slight wrinkling at a few spine ends and tiny bumps to the Volume VI corners. The contents are uniformly bright, clean, and crisp internally, and feel unread. We find no previous ownership markings and no spotting. The page edges remain likewise clean and bright. The great weight of the text blocks often results in broken bindings. Here we note tight bindings with the minor exception of Volume V, which shows a split to the gutter paper between the first and second free endpapers, but the mull beneath remains firmly attached and the text block does not sag in the binding. Please note that this large, heavy set may require additional postage. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A284.1, Woods/ICS A145(a), Langworth p.349.&

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        Freaky Friday, A Billion for Boris, and Summer Switch (First Editions, inscribed)

      New York: Harper and Row 1974, and 1982, 1972. First Edition. Hardcover, three volumes. First Editions of the three books in Mary Rodgers' "Freaky Friday" trilogy. "Freaky Friday" and "Summer Switch" are inscribed to children's librarian Amy Kellman (and family). Kellman sat on many of the committees for the coveted Newbury Award for children's fiction. "Freaky Friday" is inscribed on the front endpaper: "Dear Amy, Sy, Jenny, and Sue / Next time I'm here, the whole [underlined] family will be here please! / Much love, / Mary (Rodgers) / Nov. 4, 1983." "Summer Switch" is inscribed the day prior on the front endpaper: "For Amy, and Sy (and absent Jenny and Sue) / With much love / Mary (Rodgers) / Nov. 3, 1983." The first two books deal with the mischievous Annabel, and the third reverses the reversal, with Ape Face Andrews and his father finding themselves swapped. "Freaky Friday" was the basis for the beloved Disney film in 1976 that introduced the world to Jodie Foster, with the role filled by Lindsay Lohan in the 2003 remake. All volumes Fine in Fine dust jackets.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Winston S. Churchill, His Complete Speeches 1897-1963, full set of 8 volumes

      New York: Chelsea House Publishers in association with R. R. Bowker Company, 1974. Hardcover. Near fine. During more than half a century of public life Sir Winston Churchill delivered speeches whose incisive wit, artful cadence, stinging criticism, soaring sentiment, and resolute defiance still echo today. This complete set of 8 massive volumes contains the vast majority of Winston Churchill's speeches from 1897 to 1963. The set is nearly 9,000 pages in length, takes up 18 inches of shelf space, and weighs 34 pounds. Before this incredible undertaking, many of Churchill's speeches had never been published in volume form. A great many of these impressive sets ended up in libraries, and consequently bear ex-library wear and markings. This set is in near-fine condition and is *NOT* ex-library. The red cloth bindings remain clean and bright with sharp corners and no sunning to the spines. External flaws are trivial, limited to some slight wrinkling at a few spine ends and tiny bumps to the Volume VI corners. The contents are uniformly bright, clean, and crisp internally, and feel unread. We find no previous ownership markings and no spotting. The page edges remain likewise clean and bright. The great weight of the text blocks often results in broken bindings. Here we note tight bindings with the minor exception of Volume V, which shows a split to the gutter paper between the first and second free endpapers, but the mull beneath remains firmly attached and the text block does not sag in the binding. Please note that this large, heavy set may require additional postage. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A284.1, Woods/ICS A145(a), Langworth p.349.

      [Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector]
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        The Sculpture of David Wynne 1968/1974

      Phaidon Press Limited, London 1974 - This is the signed, limited edition, copy #39 of 125, hand-numbered thus on the limitation page. The binding is "full aniline finish Bookcalf" by Sangorski & Sutcliffe with raised spine bands, gilt rule compartments, hand-marbled endpapers, gilt-rule turn-ins, and gilt page edges. A gilt medallion "in fine silver, modelled by the sculptor" is inset on the front cover. The half-title bears the artist's signature in bold, black ink. The pristine fine binding is housed in a felt-lined dark red buckram clamshell case with a gilt-stamped spine label matching the binding's dark red calf. David Wynne (1926 - ) is a renowned British sculptor of figures, animals, and portraits, including the Queen and the Beatles. He was awarded the OBE in 1994. This spectacular limited edition features his work from 1968-1974 - what the 1974 introduction by Graham Hughes calls "Wynne's twelve most important public commissions of the past eight years." Each work is illustrated with photographs taken by Clive Barda "showing the settings as well as the most beautiful features of each piece." The book itself remains in flawlessly fine condition, with no discernable wear or defects and no markings other than the artist's signature. The clamshell preservation case shows only trivial scuffing and some spotting to the white felt lining. Please note that this large, heavy book may require additional postage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector, IOBA]
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        The Sculpture of David Wynne, 1968-1974

      London: Phaidon Press Ltd, 1974. 174pp, illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. De-luxe edition limited to 525 copies of which 150 are bound in full aniline finish bookcalf, supplied by J. Hewit and Sons Ltd., Edinburgh. Of these, 125 are for sale and numbered 1-125, twenty-five are 'hors commerce' and are lettered A-Z. This copy is lettered 'G'. The whole edition is signed by David Wynne (this copy, on 1/2 title) and the leather-bound edition is accompanied by a medallion in fine silver, modelled by the sculptor, struck by Johnson Matthey Metals Ltd., London, marked with the maker's mark of Gerald Benney, and assayed and hallmarked at the London Assay Office. This edition has been bound by Lund Humphries, Bradford. Some light edge rubbing, slight bumping to spine head, some dark staining to parts of upper spine and top edge. Top edge of pages gilt. Marks to spine aside, a VG tight copy of a very scarce edition. Heavy book, extra shipping may be required to non-UK address. . Signed by Illustrator. Limited/Numbered. Full-Leather. Nr VG/No Jacket. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        Dusklands

      Ravan Press Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1974. First Edition. An attractive copy of the Nobel and Booker Prize-winning author's scarce first novel, an important debut, and uncommon in the South African imprint. First Printing. Octavo (22.5cm.); mint green boards stamped in gilt on the spine; dustjacket; 134pp. A few spots of very faint residue from clear tape removal on pastedowns, else Near Fine and clean throughout. The dustjacket is quite bright and without toning, displaying a few tiny edge tears, mild rubbing at the spine ends and an imperceptible stain at the upper left corner of the front panel.

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        Death Of An Old Goat [FIRST UK EDITION COMPLETE WITH DUST JACKET]

      Collins Crime Club, U.K. 1974 - ‘All universities are subject to the hazard of being sent up in no uncertain fashion by past or present alumni, or even teachers, and it is high time Australian universities took a turn. And where better to start than with the University of Drummondale, situated somewhere between Sydney and Brisbane, and unenthusiastically preparing to welcome a Distinguished Guest? Drummondale was not one of Australia's most distinguished seats of learning, but then Professor Belville-Smith was hardly one of England's most distinguished exports. Nevertheless, he came, he saw, he lectured (on Mrs Gaskell and Jane Austen) — and within a few hours was found violently and mysteriously dead. Who could have reason to kill the new arrival? Inspector Royle reluctantly accepted that he must find out, or at least go through the motions, and that this was one case in which the palm-greasing to which he was accustomed was unlikely to occur. In a short time Belville-Smith had met an astonishing number of people, thanks to his attendance at a party where the University English Department and representatives of the local grazing community had fraternized uneasily. So far as the academics were concerned, Royle was out of his element — until Fate presented him with an aide. So far as the grazing community was concerned, he was out of his depth, though he tiptoed heavily among them; it was not for a good cop to investigate the rich and influential — unless they were up to something very odd indeed. Robert Barnard's first novel is a hilarious send-up of university life 'down under', and undoubtedly owes something to the six years he spent at an Australian university, which he says bears a passing resemblance to Drummondale though the staff are completely distinct. He evidently found it a rewarding experience — not least because it brought him an Australian wife.’ Book - [SEE SCAN] - in Fine [much better than Very Good] bright red boards with gilt lettering - light bumping to the extreme bottom of the spine. Contents, faint speckling to the extreme page edges. Dust Jacket - [SEE SCAN] - Very Good - a nice bright jacket - small closed tears and light wear to the extreme corners and extreme ends of the spine, price clipped. An Attractive Of The Author's First Book. Size: 8 inches tall by 5 inches. 190 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 201-750 grams. Category: Fiction; Crime Fiction. Inventory No: 999138. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John T. & Pearl Lewis]
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        CARRIE

      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1974. First Edition. Hardcover. Book slightly cocked but clean and tight. Dustwrapper complete but for minor chipping at the head of the spine and near the upper front corner with wear at the bottom front corner. Near Fine in a Very Good dustwrapper. First Printing, with all points to book and dustwrapper, of King's first book, basis for two movies, the first starring Sissy Spacek. Written while King was a full-time teacher and living in a trailer park with his wife and two young children. In despair King tossed the manuscript in the trash can, but it was rescued by his wife, Tabitha, and the rest is history.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Civilice a su troglodite: Los impertinentes de Isabel Allende

      Editorial Lord Cochrane, Santiago, Chile 1974 - Text en espanol/Spanish. Covers are rubbed, small spine tear, spine is faded, 93 pages (all present), interior is good but slightly age discolored [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Diane Arbus

      Allen Lane, Great Britain 1974 - Published in conjuction with an exhibition of the photographs of Diane Arbus at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Ex-library copy with a library stamp on the third page (same page as publisher info)- would appear to be a reference rather than lending copy. The book itself is in a reasonable condition for an ex-library edition.with the binding having taken more wear and tear. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Glorious Nosebleed: Fifth Alphabet

      New York: Dodd, Mead and Company. (1974). First. First edition. Fine in dustwrapper with a faint stain at the base of the spine but which is otherwise near fine in slightly dampstained, near fine publisher's slipcase. Copy number 32 of 250 numbered copies Signed by Gorey. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Las Ensenanzas de Don Juan (Una Forma Yaqui de Conocimiento) [The Teachings of Don Juan]

      Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Economica. (1974). First. First edition in Spanish. Translation by Juan Tovar. Introduction by Octavo Paz. Fine in fine dustwrapper. The first book in this series, published six years earlier in English by the University of California. Very scarce. .

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        Claude Monet: Biographie et catalogue raisonné. 5 Volumes.

      Paris & Lausanne: La Bibliothèque des Arts-1991. 1974 - 5 vols. 4to. (11 1/4" x 15"); 461+ 305 + 313 + 443 + 352 pp. Vol. I, 1840-1881: Peintures. 7 color plates + monochrome illustrations, nos. 1-705. Vol. II, 1882-188: Peintures. 5 color plates + monochrome illustrations nos. 706-1122. Vol. III, 1887-1898: Peintures. 7 color plates + monochrome illustrations nos. 1123-1500. Vol. IV, 1899-1926: 11 colour plates + monochrome illustrations nos. 1501-1983. Vol. V, Supplément aux peintures, dessins, pastels, index. 18 color plates and 711 monochrome illustrations. Plus many b/w photos in each vol. Fully illustrated catalogue raisonné, giving exhibitions, bibliography and provenance for each entry. With biography, extensive documentation and indices. French text. Vols. III, IV, V new condition. Vols. I & II good used.

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        Ecos y Extasis. Con quince litografias originales, realizadas directamente sobre la plancha por Pablo Ferrero.

      Ediciones de Arte y Bibliofilia, Madrid 1974 - Con 15 litografias originales . Espléndida obra, magnificamente ilustrada con un total de 15 litografias originales del artista aragonés Pablo Serrano. Se trata del décimo título de la Colección de Bibliofilia "Tiempo para la alegria"Tirada de 195 ejemplares, 17 de ellos destinados a colaboradores e instituciones. Ejemplar en perfecto estado de conservación.

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        The Sculpture of David Wynne 1968/1974

      London: Phaidon Press Limited, 1974. Signed Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine. This is the signed, limited edition, copy #39 of 125, hand-numbered thus on the limitation page. The binding is "full aniline finish Bookcalf" by Sangorski & Sutcliffe with raised spine bands, gilt rule compartments, hand-marbled endpapers, gilt-rule turn-ins, and gilt page edges. A gilt medallion "in fine silver, modelled by the sculptor" is inset on the front cover. The half-title bears the artist's signature in bold, black ink. The pristine fine binding is housed in a felt-lined dark red buckram clamshell case with a gilt-stamped spine label matching the binding's dark red calf. David Wynne (1926 - ) is a renowned British sculptor of figures, animals, and portraits, including the Queen and the Beatles. He was awarded the OBE in 1994. This spectacular limited edition features his work from 1968-1974 - what the 1974 introduction by Graham Hughes calls "Wynne's twelve most important public commissions of the past eight years." Each work is illustrated with photographs taken by Clive Barda "showing the settings as well as the most beautiful features of each piece." The book itself remains in flawlessly fine condition, with no discernable wear or defects and no markings other than the artist's signature. The clamshell preservation case shows only trivial scuffing and some spotting to the white felt lining. Please note that this large, heavy book may require additional postage.

      [Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector]
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        Cunts (Upon Receiving The Swingers Life Club Membership Solicitation)

      New York: Frank Hallman,, 1974. Oblong quarto. Original maroon boards, red labels printed in black to spine and upper board. Small mark to upper board, very short crack to joint at head of spine, lightly rubbed. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. One of a limited edition of 250 numbered copies signed by the author on the limitation leaf.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Brief mit eh. U. sowie drei Gedichttyposkriptdurchschläge.

      Umfangreicher Brief an einen Journalisten der "Frankfurter Rundschau", in dem Fried ausführlich über die drei beiliegenden Gedichte und dann über seine vier Neuerscheinungen zur Buchmesse schreibt. Fried veröffentlicht u.a. bei Suhrkamp einen Band mit Übersetzungen von Sylvia Plath "... Ich habe 10 Jahre an diesen Gedichten, die zugleich Vorbereitung und Abwehr ihres Selbstmordes waren, gearbeitet ...". - Beiliegen die Gedichte "Märchenstunde", "Genossen" und "Bundesdeutsche Spiegelungen", die ersten beiden wurden am 27. 7. 1974 in der "Frankfurter Rundschau" veröffentlicht (Kaukoreit-G. 716-717). "Märchenstunde" ist dem von Polizisten erschlagenen Günter Routhier gewidmet, "Genossen" behandelt den Tod von Ulrich Schmücker. "Bundesdeutsche Spiegelungen", ebenfalls über Schmücker, ist bis heute unveröffentlicht. - Gefaltet, leichte Eckknicke, sonst gut erhalten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat und Verlag Frank Albrecht]
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        Why Noah Chose The Dove.

      New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1974. - First edition. Tall slim quarto, original cloth. Fine in a very good dust jacket. Signed by Eric Carle on the title page. "This great storyteller has put a new and mildly moral twist on the story of Noah's Ark . . . and Eric Carle does not disappoint. His cut-out portraits of the animals are colorful and vigorous, and, combined with his paintings, varied and provocative. This is good stuff for hungry little eyes" (The Boston Globe). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        The Late Richard Dadd, 1817-1886

      The Tate Gallery, 1974. 1st printing 1st. Softcover. Very Good/n/a. A fine book published to accompany the Tate exhibition of Dadd's work, the first major one since his death nearly a century before. Dadd followed in the footsteps of Joshua Reynolds and Fuseli, and was best known for his fairy pictures filled with meticulous, tiny, sometimes disturbing detail. He went mad in 1843 and murdered his father, thereby spending the rest of his life in the lunatic asylums of Bethlehem Hospital and Broadmoor, painting all the while. Allderidge's title is taken from an "Art Union" quotation in 1843, ".for, although the grave has not actually closed over him, he must be classed among the dead."

      [Bookseller: Anulios Books]
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        The Glorious Nosebleed. Fifth Alphabet

      NY: Dodd, Mead, (1974). One of 250 copies, signed by Gorey. A delightfully written alphabet of adverbs. Fine in orange pictorial boards with matching dust wrapper, which shows only the slightest rubbing to the spine. Housed in a red slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        The Wandering Tattler

      Wisconson: The Perishable Press Limited 1974 - First edition, first printing. Limited edition, one of 130 copies signed by the author in orange ink on the half-title page. A fine copy. Overall, a very bright and attractive copy. The Wandering Tattler is a collection of poems by Diane Wakoski, a prolific American poet known for the personal quality of her writing. It is truly a work of literary art, as admirable for the craftsmanship of its physical construction as for its words and images. Wakoski's poetry, which incorporates a heavy use of bird-like and spring imagery, is enhanced by the accompanying stunning illustrations by Ellen Layon. These motifs are continued in the publishing and printing processes; published "as our Sun enters Aries or the first day of Spring," the drawings and illustrations are printed on handmade Shadwell papers, the colors of which were drawn from the "colors of the actual birds." Additionally, The Perishable Press Limited, run by professor, artist, and book designer Walter Hamady, boasts the use of a 'tz' ligature in "When the Quetzal Bird Stole the Roadrunner's Feathers," emphasizing the artistic and personal nature of this book's publication. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        Le paradis terrestre suite de neuf pointes seches originale. (The Earthly Paradise in nine original drypoints.)

      Nice: Editions d'art de Francony,, 1974. Nine drypoint etchings in colours on Lana paper. Plate sizes: 26.5 x 20.8 cm. Sheet sizes: 56 x 45 cm. Each print with a sheet of Japon bearing the title of the print. With the folded title page and statement of limitation page. All housed in the original white portfolio with ties, titles to cover in black. Excellent condition. Artist's proof aside from the edition of 225. Each print signed in pencil lower right by Dali, initialled EA lower left.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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