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        Tommy Douglas (signed)

      Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1975. 1st. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. First edition. 333 pages (incl. index). 8vo. Burgundy cloth with gilt lettering on spine in dust jacket. A biography of Tommy Douglas. Signed by Tommy Douglas on titles page "Best Wishes Tommy Douglas". Also a previous owner gift inscription on front endpaper; corners slightly bumped; otherwise near fine, in a very good jacket with some edge chipping and lighter spine fading. Jacket not price clipped. In November 2004 a nation wide vote by over one million Canadians selected Tommy Douglas as "The Greatest Canadian of all Time."Known as the 'Father of Medicare' - he launched it in Saskatchewan when he was premier of that province, first universal hospital insurance in 1947, then medicare in 1959. He has been described as, "the most influential politician never to be elected Prime Minister.Tommy Douglas made an invaluable contribution to political life," says Xavier Gélinas, Curator of Canadian Political History at the Canadian Museum of Civilization. "In total, he provided the impetus for about a hundred pieces of legislation, several of which can be said to have shaped the Canadian identity."In recognition of this immense contribution, in 1980 he was named a Companion of the Order of Canada.

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        The Man Who Wrote Dracula & Two Bonus Items [hand-Written Letter & Bram Stoker's Calling Card]

      Michael Joseph, London 1975 - A biography of Bram Stoker, written by the great nephew of Bram Stoker. The original dustjacket accompanies this wonderful book. It has an image of Bram Stoker to the front panel, with enhanced spooky eyes that shine from the illustration. Jacket photo: Chris Yates. The dustjacket is in a very nice condition. With very minor creasing, mainly to the inner prelims front and rear. Little browning to the edges of the prelims also. Price is intact. Now housed in a removable plastic archival sleeve. Wine coloured boards with gold/gilt lettering to the spine. Boards are in a very good, clean condition. Front blank endpage is adhered to inner board [often done to strengthen the page block]. One small fox spot to the front endpage, and occasionally throughout the book. The full title page had a very small hole in it in the centre so I have adhered a photocopy of Bram Stoker's actual calling card over this, and the same on the rearside of that page, which is the copyright page. There are 14 illustrations between pages 96-97. The first is a full page plate of Bram Stoker, signed by him in 1884. It is a magnificent portrait of him as a younger man, taken while he was in New York! There is a picture of his wife Florence and their son Noel. There is a signed portrait of Bram Stoker's Grandfather: Tom Stoker. There is a drawing of Florence by Oscar Wilde., and another of her drawn by Edward Burne-Jones. There is a picture of henry Irving [Bram Stoker's great friend]. There is one of Ellen Terry with her dogs. There is one of the Lyceum Theatre. There is one of the ruins of Castle Erroll, intact in Stoker's day, at Cruden Bay, north of Aberdeen [Scotland], where he wrote 'Dracula'. One of the snowbound graveyard at Whitby, as Bram Stoker would have known it. There is a portrait of Vlad Dracula, alleged by some to have been the inspiration for Stoker's novel of Dracula. There is a scene from 'Dracula on film', one of the many portrayals by Christopher Lee, who kindly supplied this still for the book. [For once, the concept is close to Stoker's original, complete with the white moustache!]. The final plate is a full page plate of Bran Castle in Romania, where Vlad Dracula stayed and has now become a part of the 'Dracula Tour'. There are 240 pages in all which include an index to the rear. The pages are clean throughout apart from a very occasional fox spot. On the inner rear board is a photocopy of a letter that was hand-written by Bram Stoker on 30.11.97 [same year as dracula was first published]. The letter is headed: PROVINCIAL TOUR, 1897. The letter starts: Dear Sir, and there is a message in the middle but I cannot decipher what it says but it is signed by 'Bram Stoker' and the letter is dated 30.11.97. Seems to be for someone called 'BW Hartley'. It's a nice ending to the book. ----- POSTAGE OPTIONS: Our orders are shipped within 1 or 2 business days. --- If you select 'Priority' as the postal option, you will get the fastest option. [Please have a look at my Shipping Rates and Estimated times for Delivery, so you can make your preferred choice]. - Thanks for your interest and I hope you like the book enough to buy it. - Regards from Arabella. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Carajicomedia de Fray Bugeo Montesino. Ilustrada con 10 aguafuertes y viñetas entre texto de Julio Zachrisson.

      Gisa Ediciones, Madrid 1975 - Edición limitada, ejemplar Nº 86. Parodia declarada de un poema dedicado al padre de la reina y escrito por el poeta preferido de Isabel I. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Black Sunday

      Putnam, New York 1975 - 1st edition/1st printing. Author's first book and SIGNED by author on loosely laid-in bookplate. An idea conceived by the author and two friends, and written by Harris. Involves an attempt to blow up the Super Bowl by an Arab terrorist group, in retaliation for American aid to Israel. Made into a movie. Near fine book--clean, no writing in it, no fading, spine gilt bright. Has just a touch of cocking to upper spine and slight shelf bumping to spine ends. The very good plus dustjacket is price intact, bright, clean and unfaded; it has very faint, scattered foxing with some staining on reverse side only (does not show through), just a trace of edge wear (no chips/tears), a tiny brownish spot upper front near spine, and the front flap has straightened-out bend creases at both corners. ; Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      New York: Knopf. Mimeographed unbound galleys of the rough typed manuscript, 483 pages constituting approximately half of the book. Very good+ in printer's carton and box with typed label. An early state of this National Book Award winner, one of the great novels of our time.. New York, Knopf, [1975]. 4°. 483 pages. Kardcover Box. Mimeographed unbound galleys of the rough typed manuscript, 483 pages constituting approximately half of the book. Very good+ in printer's carton and box with typed label. An early state of this National Book Award winner, one of the great novels of our time. William Gaddis (December 29, 1922 ?- December 16, 1998) was an American novelist. He wrote five novels, two of which won National Book Awards. Gaddis was born in New York City to William Thomas Gaddis, who worked "on Wall Street and in politics," and Edith Gaddis, an executive for the New York Steam Corporation. When he was 3, his parents separated and Gaddis was subsequently raised by his mother in Massapequa, Long Island. At age 5 he was sent to Merricourt Boarding School in Berlin, Connecticut. He continued in private school until the eighth grade, after which he returned to Long Island to receive his diploma at Farmingdale High School in 1941. He entered Harvard in 1941 and famously wrote for the Harvard Lampoon (where he eventually served as President), but was asked to leave in 1944, supposedly because of a drunken brawl, though the circumstances are unclear. He worked as a fact checker for The New Yorker for two years, then spent five years traveling in Central America, the Caribbean, North Africa, and Paris, returning to the United States in 1951. His first novel, The Recognitions, appeared in 1955. A lengthy, complex, and allusive work, it had to wait to find its audience. Newspaper reviewers considered it overly intellectual, overwritten, and perhaps on the principle of omne ignotum per obscaenum ("all that is unknown appears obscene"), filthy. (The book was defended by Jack Green in a series of broadsheets blasting the critics; the series was collected later under the title Fire the Bastards!) Shortly after the publication of The Recognitions, Gaddis married his first wife, Patricia Black, who would give birth to his only children, Sarah (who has written a novel, Swallow Hard, inspired by her relationship with her father) and Matthew. Gaddis then turned to public relations work and the making of documentary films to support himself and his family. In this role he worked for Pfizer, Eastman Kodak, IBM, and the United States Army, among others. He also received a National Institute of Arts and Letters grant, a Rockefeller grant, and two National Endowment for the Arts grants, all of which helped him write his second novel. In 1975 he published J R, a work even more difficult than The Recognitions, told almost entirely in dialogue, where it is sometimes difficult to determine which character is speaking. Its eponymous protagonist, an 11-year-old, learns enough about the stock market from a class field trip to build a financial empire of his own. Critical opinion had caught up with him, and the book won the National Book Award for Fiction. His marriage to his second wife, Judith Thompson, dissolved shortly after J R was published. By the late 1970s, Gaddis had entered into a relationship with Muriel Oxenberg Murphy, and they lived together until the mid-1990s. Carpenter's Gothic (1985) offered a shorter and more accessible picture of Gaddis's sardonic worldview. Instead of struggling against misanthropy (as in The Recognitions) or reluctantly giving ground to it (as in JR), Carpenter's Gothic wallows in it. The continual litigation that was a theme in that book becomes the central theme and plot device in A Frolic of His Own (1994)—which earned him his second National Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction—where it seems that everyone is suing someone. There is even a Japanese car called the Sosumi. (Gaddis has never been afraid of the pun. There is a character in The Recognitions named Recktall Brown.) Gaddis died of prostate cancer on December 16, 1998, but not before creating his final work, Agape- Agape (the first word of the title is the Greek agape-, meaning divine, unconditional love), which was published in 2002, a novella in the form of the last words of a character similar but not identical to his creator. The Rush for Second Place, published at the same time, collected most of Gaddis's previously published nonfiction. After years of critical neglect, Gaddis is now often acknowledged as being one of the greatest of American post-war novelists. His influence is vast (although frequently subterranean): for example, postmodern authors such as Don DeLillo and Thomas Pynchon seem to have been influenced by Gaddis, as well as authors such as Joseph McElroy, William Gass, David Markson, Jonathan Franzen, and David Foster Wallace, who have all stated their admiration for Gaddis in general and The Recognitions in particular. His life and work are the subject of a comprehensive website, The Gaddis Annotations, which has been noted in at least one academic journal as a superior example of scholarship using new media resources. Gaddis's papers are collected at Washington University in St. Louis. (Wikipedia)

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        My Day: 3 Pieces

      New York: Frank Hallman. 1975. First. First edition. Fine in boards. One of 26 lettered copies Signed by the author. Scarce. .

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        Entropion 35 eaux-fortes de Abdallah Benanteur

      Paris: Collection Charef, 1975. First edition. Benanteur, Abdallah. One of 20 copies, signed by author and artist; with a long inscription from the author. 5 x 5 3/4 in. (127 x 140 cm). 58 decorated text pages and 35 etchings. Bound by Jill Oriane Tarlau in dark olive morocco, with onlays built of board, leather, and decorated paper. Spine lettered in red. Suede lined chemise and slipcase. Perfect condition. Benanteur, among the most important of modern Algerian painters, was given a one-man show at the Institute du Monde Arabe in 2003.

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      George Allen & Unwin,, London 1975 - Wolff, Tobias. UGLY RUMOURS. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1975. Octavo, original black cloth, original dust jacket. First edition, one of reportedly less than 1000 copies printed. Wolff's first novel concerns a Special Forces lieutenant and a sergeant serving as advisors to a Vietnamese Infantry Division. Ugly Rumours was never published in the United States and Wolff has refused to list it among his "previous publications." His 1994 memoir, In Pharoah's Army, alludes somewhat derisively to a novel he was writing while serving in Vietnam-presumably Ugly Rumours. A superior fine/fine example of this important novel. One of the most difficult Viet Nam titles to acquire especially in condition. A beautiful copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ugly Rumours

      London, George Allen & Unwin Ltd., , 1975. Octavo. Original black boards in dust jacket. Light toning, else very good in unclipped jacket, almost imperceptibly tanned due to the laminate having gone "off". First Edition. Published only in Britain, the author's first novel, indeed his first book, but subsequently repudiated, never reprinted and removed from his list of publications. Based on his experiences in Vietnam and written under the influence of Pynchon Ugly Rumours is a satirical tale of life "up country". "I loved it until the moment I read it as a book. When I received the bound copies, I sat down with great pleasure to read this book that I had written and slaved over for a couple of years, and I couldn't stand it.

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        A Model of the World`s First Domestic Satellite: ANIK 1

      [Made by Hughes Aircraft Company, 1975. 1st Edition. Wooden Case. Very Good. ANIK MEANS "LITTLE BROTHER"[Hughes Aircraft Company]. 1975. [Model of Anik 1]. Model of Anik 1 in metal 3½" long, 2 ½ " wide across the top, and 1 ¼ ". with a wing on each side each extending 10½", 2"wide. The satellite model is attached to an angled plexiglass construction which is then mounted on an oval wooden base ¾" thick, 3 13/16`" at its widest point, and 4 7/16`` at its longest point. On the base there is a plaque reading : L`Honorable Gérard Pelletier/ Ministre Des Communications/ 1972-1975. The model is stored within a custom fitted wood case with a handle, 25" long, 6¼`" wide, and 7 ¼" deep. The base of the satellite fits into a space inset into the bottom of the case, the top of the satellite is protected by foam attached to the inner surface of the top cover, and the interior space is covered in green felt. The model is in very good condition except for one small ding at the bottom corner of the left wing. The box shows some wear on the surfaces. Anik 1 was launched in 1972 as the world`s first domestic communications satellite in order to transmit television signals from Canada`s national broadcaster, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, to Arctic communities and to provide telephone service to the North. In the United States the first domestic satellite was Westar 1, which Anik preceded by two years.HUGHES AIRCRAFT COMPANY. [1972]. [ text of plaque at base of model] ANIK / PREMIER SATELLITE DE COMMUNICATIONS INTERIEURES / AU MONDE / Mis au Point et Fabriqé / Par la Compagnie Hughes Aircraft / Pour le Compte de Télésat Canada / Offert en Hommage á l`Honorable Gérard Pelletier. [Translation: Anik. First domestic communications satellite in the world, created and manufactured by The Hughes Aircraft Company, for Telesat Canada. Offered in homage to The Honorable Gérard Pelletier. ] Gérard Pelletier (1919-1997) was a distinguished Canadian who is famous as one of the three Quebeckers who entered federal politics at the same time and went on to have very important careers: Jean Marchand, Gérard Pelletier, and Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau. Mr. Pelletier was the Minister of Communications in Prime Minister Trudeau`s cabinet from 1972 to 1976. See his autobiographical memoir L`aventure du Pouvoir 1968-1975 for a discussion of the government`s reasons for launching Anik 1. This satellite and others in the Anik series were used subsequently to distribute television signals to cable head ends for television distribution all over Canada.

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        Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins

      Royal Society of Chemistry, 1975. Hardcover. New. SKU: MM-60242769; EAN: 9780851860541

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        The Young Errol : Flynn Before Hollywood

      Angus & Robertson, 1975, Paperback, Book Condition: Good Condition, First EditionFirst softcover edition. 154 pages. Covers have moderate rubbing/wear. Edges of covers have moderate wear. Spine has moderate reading creases. Pages are reasonably tanned. Edges of pages are reasonably browned.A fascinating account of the early life of one of Australia's most colorful and controversial sons. John Hammond Moore trace film star Errol Flynn's turbulent career from his birth in sedate Hobart through his eccentric schooldays and his youth in Sydney and cruising the Pacific to his years as a pioneer tobacco planter in Papua and the discovery that led to Hollywood and stardom. The author comments: 'While his golden age in Hollywood produced wondrous swashbuckling, Errol Flynn was not really acting at all. He was merely transferring a natural style developed in Sydney, Port Moresby, Rabaul, and London to a much larger audience. Anecdotes, quotations from Flynn's own diaries and from people who knew him in Australia and Papua New Guinea crowd one upon the other to underscore this truth, and to embellish this rollicking tale of a man who in the author's words: 'lived for half a century the sort of life adolescents dream of but men dare not attempt. This a very scarce copy of the first printing of this title which has been in great demand since it's original release in 1975. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Biography & Autobiography; Film, Radio & Television. ISBN: 0207131589. ISBN/EAN: 9780207131585. Inventory No: 13090064. *** FREE tracked shipping for all orders within Australia ***

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        First Love, Last Rites

      Jonathan Cape, 1975 - End-papers just a little spotted, but a very nice copy in dust-wrapper which has just a little trivial wear at the head of the spine panel; with Anthony Thwaite’s ownership signature and inscription. Inscribed by the author on the title-page: "Dear Anthony - at last the right moment to thank you for that generous review of these stories. Affectionately, Ian McEwan, Norwich, November 1990" The author’s first book. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        American Society of Military Insignia Collectors - The Trading Post 1975-2010 Run (137 Issues)

      Pennington, NJ: American Society of Military Insignia Collectors 137 original issues of The Trading Post, the quarterly publication of The American Society of Military Insignia Collectors. October-December 1975 issue through October-December 2010. Missing the July-September issues of 1976, 1977, 1978 and the January-March issue of 2010. 8 1/2" x 11'' card cover stapled wrappers with three hole punch. Earlier issues are 64pp., later issues are 56pp. Illustrated throughout. All issues are fine or near fine. . 1st. Soft Cover. Fine/No Jacket. 4to.

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        White collar: A novel in linocuts

      U.S.A.: Celestial Arts 1975 - Signed by Giacomo. As new. No marks or creases. Clean and tight. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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      Aperture, New York 1975 - First edition. Oblong hardcover. First printing. The first major monograph from this important Czech photographer, an extended photo essay on a marginalized group. A tight close to near fine copy with some very faint foxing to the top edge of the pages in a very near fine dust jacket with a small tear to the top of the front panel and some very slight wear to the spine ends. A very copy of this classic. (Parr & Badger v1, 230) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA]
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        The Franklin Library Pulitzer Prize Series (novels), complete in 53 volumes: 1918 His Family, Ernest Poole -- 1919 The Magnificent Ambersons, Booth Tarkingon -- 1921 The Age of Innocence, Edith Wharton -- 1922 Alice Adams, Booth Tarkington -- 1923 One of Ours, Willa Cather -- 1924 The Able McLaughlins Margaret Wilson -- 1925 So Big, Edna Ferber -- 1926 Arrowsmith, Sinclair Lewis -- 1927 Early Autumn, Louis Bromfield -- 1928 The Bridge of San Luis Rey, Thornton Wilder -- 1929 Scarlet Sister Mary, Julia Peterkin -- 1930 Laughing Boy, Oliver La Farge -- 1931 Years of Grace, Margaret Ayer Barnes -- 1932 The Good Earth, Pearl S. Buck -- 1933 The Store, T.S. Stribling -- 1934 Lamb in His Bosom, Caroline Miller -- 1935 Now in November, Josephine Johnson -- 1936 Honey in the Horn, Harold L. Davis -- 1937 Gone with the Wind, Margaret Mitchell -- 1938 The Late George Apley, John Marquand -- 1939 The Yearling, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings -- 1940 The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck -- 1942 In This Our Life, Ellen Glasgow --

      Franklin Center, PA: Franklin Library. 1975-1980. First edition thus. Hardcover. Fine. The Franklin Library Pulitzer Prize Series of novels, complete in 53 volumes. Includes the winners from 1918-179 (the prize was not awarded in all years). Published exclusively for subscribers to the Franklin Library from 1975-1980. Hardcover. Illustrated. Each book in the set is bound in full leather and decorated with gilt; silk endpapers; bound in bookmarks. All of the books are clean, unmarked and still quite tight. Many feel unopened and unread. No signs of former ownership, except for a single blindstamp on a front blank of the Michener title (this is the only notable blemish to any of the books). Does not include bookplates or pamphlets. A lovely set of 53 of the most important novels of the 20th century. Extra postage required, but domestic rates will be quite reasonable. 1918 His Family, Ernest Poole -- 1919 The Magnificent Ambersons, Booth Tarkingon -- 1921 The Age of Innocence, Edith Wharton -- 1922 Alice Adams, Booth Tarkington -- 1923 One of Ours, Willa Cather -- 1924 The Able McLaughlins Margaret Wilson -- 1925 So Big, Edna Ferber -- 1926 Arrowsmith, Sinclair Lewis -- 1927 Early Autumn, Louis Bromfield -- 1928 The Bridge of San Luis Rey, Thornton Wilder -- 1929 Scarlet Sister Mary, Julia Peterkin -- 1930 Laughing Boy, Oliver La Farge -- 1931 Years of Grace, Margaret Ayer Barnes -- 1932 The Good Earth, Pearl S. Buck -- 1933 The Store, T.S. Stribling -- 1934 Lamb in His Bosom, Caroline Miller - - 1935 Now in November, Josephine Johnson -- 1936 Honey in the Horn, Harold L. Davis -- 1937 Gone with the Wind, Margaret Mitchell -- 1938 The Late George Apley, John Marquand -- 1939 The Yearling, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings -- 1940 The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck -- 1942 In This Our Life, Ellen Glasgow -- 1943 Dragon?'s Teeth, Upton Sinclair -- 1944 Journey in the Dark, Martin Flavin -- 1945 A Bell for Adano, John Hersey -- 1947 All the King?'s Men, Robert Penn Warren -- 1948 Tales of the South Pacific, James A. Michener -- 1949 Guard of Honor, James Gould Cozzens -- 1950 The Way West, A.B. Guthrie, Jr. -- 1951 The Town, Conrad Richter -- 1952 The Caine Mutiny, Herman Wouk -- 1953 The Old Man and the Sea, Ernest Hemingway -- 1955 A Fable, William Faulkner -- 1956 Andersonville, Mackinlay Kantor -- 1958 A Death in the Family, James Agee -- 1959 The Travels of Jaime Mcpheeters, Robert Lewis Taylor -- 1960 Advise and Consent, Allen Drury -- 1961 To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee -- 1962 The Edge of Sadness, Edwin O?'Connor -- 1963 The Reivers, William Faulkner -- 1965 The Keepers of the House, Shirley Ann Grau -- 1966 Collected Stories, Katherine Ann Porter -- 1967 The Fixer, Bernard Malamud -- 1968 The Confessions of Nat Turner, William Styron -- 1969 House Made of Dawn, N. Scott Momaday -- 1970 Collected Stories, Jean Stafford -- 1972 Angle of Repose, Wallace Stegner -- 1973 The Optimists Daughter, Eudora Welty -- 1975 The Killer Angels, Michael Sharra -- 1976 Humboldt?'s Gift, Saul Bellow -- 1978 Elbow Room, James Alan Mcpherson -- 1979 The Stories of John Cheever, John Cheever.

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        Sioux in Green Oval

      New York: Kennedy Graphics, 1975. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts. Lithograph in five colors on Vélin d'Arches paper. Native American series. 63 x 93 cm. Edition of 100. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Fern and O'Sullivan, 655.

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        affiche) FIRENZE (FLORENCE). I. Firenze. II. Florence et la Toscana des Médicis dans l’Europe du XVIe siècle. III. Firenze Botticelli la primavera. IV. Firenze. V. Firenze Michelangelo Buonarroti, L’aurora Cappelle Medicee. VI. Firenze a tavola Mostra mercato dei prodotti tipici dell’alimentazione italiana. Firenze Fortezza da Basso 15-23 Marzo 1986.

      Azienda Autonoma di Turismo 1975 - Florence, Azienda Autonoma di Turismo, 1975-1986. 6 affiches dont une de 980 mm. x 615 mm., 5 de 975 mm. x 680 mm., toutes illustrées en couleurs; affiche I. illustrant une partie de calcio - football florentin en costume, affiche II. portrait de Eleonora di Toledo par Le Bronzino, affiche III. le printemps par Botticelli, affiche IV. vue de la coupole de San Maria al Fiore, affiche V. vue d’un tombeau des Médicis dans la chapelle Médicis de l’église San Lorenzo, affiche VI. les trois graces de Botticelli, bon et bel ensemble.

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        Le sujet est la clairiere de son corps. 4 eaux-fortes dont une en frontispice signee par Eduardo Chillida.

      . (Paris), Maeght editeur, 1975. 26,1 : 19,5 cm. 2 w.Bl., 28 Bl. Lose gefalzte Bogen mit 4 (1 signierten) Original-Radierungen. Lose Lagen in Orig.-Umschlag, schwarzer Leinen-Chemise mit weissem Rückentitel in Orig.-Leinenschuber.. Van der Koelen 75008-75011. - Tire en 120 exemplaires sur Auvergne a la main du moulin Richard de Bas, ainsi que 20 ex. hors commerce et quelques ex. nominatifs. - Ex. Nr. 51 der 80 Ex. nummer. von 41 bis 120. - Druckvermerk vom Autor und Künstler in Bleistift signiert. - Ferner erschienen 750 nummerierte Exemplare einer gewöhnlichen Ausgabe mit Reproduktionen der Radierungen. - 3e volume de la collection Argile, compose en Bodoni corps 18 et acheve d'imprimer le 4 septembre 1975 sur les presses de Robert Blanchet typographe et de l'atelier Morsang pour les gravures. - Ganz tadelloses Exemplar.

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        THE FOG

      New English Library [1975], [London] - Octavo, boards. The author's second novel. ".skillfully paced and strongly written." Barron (ed.): Horror Literature 4-141. Text block shows mild age tanning, less than usual, in a brilliant fine dust jacket. A sharp copy. (13357) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB]
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        Statistik für Sie 3 - Induktive Statistik

      . 1. Aufl. 251 S. mit Abbildungen.. ISBN: 3809678139. Hueber-Holzmann. München. 1975. Guter Zustand/Good condition. Kartoniert/Paperback. Sprache: deutsch/german..

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        Picked-Up Pieces

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1975. First. Uncorrected proof. A tiny tear on the front wrap, else fine in tall blue printed wrappers with a Crane Duplicating Service stamp on the inside rear wrap. Very scarce. .

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        The Great Toys of Georges Carette (trade catalogue, 1975 reissue)

      New Cavendish, 1975, Softcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition~~PAPERBACK~~VG- 1975 New Cavendish large format paperback with many illustrations, light spine creases and area of sticker wear at top rear of spine area, light vertical crease to front cover. Scarce, paperback with same ISBN as hardback edition. Sent Airmail at no extra cost; Worldwide Shipping IMMEDIATE 1ST CLASS/AIRMAIL DISPATCH First edition of the work in this format and binding, and/or set or series. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Games & Gaming; ISBN: 0904568024. ISBN/EAN: 9780904568028. Inventory No: 052756.

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        Carlito's Way (signed 1st)

      Saturday Review Press / E.P. Dutton, New York 1975 - Saturday Review Press / E.P. Dutton. 1975. New York. 152 pages. 1st edition, 1st printing SIGNED by EDWIN TORRES directly to the half-title page: For __ __, with fondest regards. Edwin Torres. States first edition on the copyright page and a full numberlie 10-1. Yellow paper covered boards with yellow cloth binding. Original 1st issue DJ with $7.95 price intact. Yellow cloth shows 2 minor specks. Corners show slightest rubbing. Book is tight and strong. Seems unread. Slightest, slightest lean (barely). Light foxing to page edges. Endpapers show 1 or 2 tiny specks. Hot pink DJ with bright yellow titles without any fading. DJ shows light soiling. Rubbing at edges and slightest wrinkle at crown of backstrip. 1 corner has a tiny rubbed chip and a couple of tiny closed edge tears. Condition disclosure is hyper-critical. This is an attractive copy and extremely rare signed. The Honorable Edwin Torres' 1st book and the first introduction of Carlito Brigante from El Barrio. A true classic. Nearly impossible to locate signed copies by the author who is as interesting as his many memorable characters. First printing. Signed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Book Of Sand

      Santa Rosa, CA: Nawakum Press. Fine. 2013. Signed by Artist. Cloth. One of 30 copies, of which 24 were for sale. In Spanish and in English, the text is letterpress printed on Curtis Holcomb Text and handmade Cave Paper from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Garamond types were cast by Michael and Winifred Bixler of Skanaeteles, New York. Copper relief etchings, mirroring the style noted in the story, are designed into the text and printed from the copper plates on blocks mounted type high. They are accompanied by two large copper etchings printed by the artist, recessed into boards covered with Japanese book cloth and with a Cave Paper overleaf. The peak roofed book, taking inspiration from the Biblioteca National, measures 11" x 13-1/2" and is housed in a covered box made from Cave Paper over boards. The cover label is letterpress printed on Cave Paper and inset with Japanese book cloth. Each copy is signed by the artist; "The Book of Sand" is a short story written by Jorge Luis Borges, first published in Spanish in 1975. It was from his last major collection of the same name. Borges was born in 1899 and began publishing his poetry and essays in surrrealistic literary journals in the early twenties. He later went on to much critical acclaim, sharing the first Priz International with Samuel Beckett. Borges was named director of the National Library of Argentina (Biblioteca National) in 1955, and served for nearly twenty years while almost entirely blind. Soon after resigning his position he wrote his story of a retired librarian and a very unusual book. Designed in an artists' book format, in collaboration with Peggy Gotthold and Lawernce G. Van Velzer of Foolscap Press, the Nawakum Press edition of The Book of Sand was printed and bound at their press in Santa Cruz, California. Artist and printmaker Thomas Wood of Bellingham, Washington was comissioned to create the etchings for this bilingual limited edition .

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        The Tragedy of Coriolanus.

      . London: Folio Society 1975. Illustr. by Manfred Grund. 134 pp. Publishers. cloth..

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      New York: Kennedy Graphics, 1975. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts. Lithograph in seven colors. Old Testament series. 93 x 58 cm. Edition of 100. Signed and numbered by the artist. Fern & O'Sullivan, 661.

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        North Poems

      Faber, London, 1975. First Edition, first printing - the casebound issue. Slim 8vo. 73pp. Blue cloth lettered in gold at spine. A trace of spotting to edges and browning to endpapers as is invariably the case with this publication. A very good copy in very good price-clipped dust wrapper, with a little light discolouration to front panel and the tiniest trace of chafing to tips of several corners. Twenty-four poems, the author's fourth major collection. Increasingly uncommon.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

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        One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest [The Movie, Signed by Kesey]

      HBO/Cannon Video n.d, NY - A VHS tape of the 1975 Academy Award-winning movie based on Kesey's novel. Signed by Kesey on the case, over the picture of Jack Nicholson, who himself won an Academy Award for the lead role. The fact that it is signed over the photo of Nicholson may be a statement on Kesey's part: he was known to have hated the casting of Nicholson as McMurphy and reportedly even considered having his own name taken off the movie in protest. He had thought that a more physically imposing actor, such as Gene Hackman, would have been more appropriate than Nicholson. Kesey's son, Zane, said that this was the only copy of the movie he had ever heard of being signed by his father, because of how thoroughly unhappy with the film he was. Fine in a very good, rubbed case, with a small sticker removal abrasion. Needless to say, scarce signed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA (Lopezbooks)]
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      - Memoria de la Ciudad Chica.- Córdoba (Argentina), Ediciones Olocco Editorial Aguilar. 1975; en 32º piel editorial, retrato, 190 pp. 2 h. Crisolín Sudamericano. Volumen Extra.

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        [High School Yearbook]: 1975 Kalibarb: The Kalibre [bound with several issues of] The Barblet

      DeKalb, IL: DeKalb High School. 1975. First. First and only edition. Screwbound printed yellow binder. Quarto. The wrapperbound yearbook, The Kalibre, bound with ten of twelve possible issues of the school newspaper, The Barblet (lacking issues seven and ten), for author Richard Powers's (here referred to mostly as Rick Powers) senior year of high school. Slight tears in the yellow cloth binder, some pages well-thumbed, student inscriptions in the yearbook, and a couple of leaves loose but sound, a very good example. Powers is pictured on at least three pages in the yearbook, twice in band pictures, and once in the National Honor Society, although curiously, he is not represented by a senior class picture. According to biographies of Powers he spent much of his high school time in Thailand, and only returned to DeKalb to finish high school, and was perhaps thus not present for the photo. He also appears at least three times in the issues of The Barblet, twice playing the cello, and once at a National Honor Society Assembly (we have by no means exhaustively searched the bound volume and may have missed other appearances). According to our research, Powers is the second most important graduate of the high school, after supermodel Cindy Crawford. .

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        Tout Dalí en un visage

      Chene 1975 - Edition numbered and signed by the artist. It is accompanied by Certificate of Authenticity. Deluxe Edition, Jacket decorated with beading Cover with sequin applications. Linen cover. 4°. Dust cover. In linen slip case. This book is a special edition of 75 copies and 25 H.C. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Der Tod und das Mädchen. Öl auf Leinwand.

      ca. 1975 - 43 x 35 cm, Am Rande kleine abgeblätterte Stelle. Dralle, sinnliche Maid wird vom skelletierten Galan um die Hüfte gehalten und heftig geschwungen. Aus dem Nachlass. Ungarischer Maler und Zeichner (1927 - 1998). Emigrierte 1969 nach Zürich. Malte des weiteren grossformatige Zürcher Stadtveduten und Seelandschaften. 1100 gr.

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      New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, [1975]., 1975. First edition. Author's second book and first hardcover edition. Fine in fine, price-clipped dust jacket with one tiny rub to top front corner. Crawling into the heart of an iceberg, Dirk Pitt discovers the charred remains of a lost luxury yacht, its crew, and its owner, an Icelandic mining magnate. Missing is its secret, priceless cargo.

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        Iceberg - SIGNED

      Dodd, Mead & Co, New York, 1975, Hardcover, Book Condition: Near Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine, A First Edition, First Printing, Signed by Author(s)Near Fine In Like Dust Jacket. Inscribed And Signed By The Author On The Title Page: "Jim, The Lunch Was A Gas, Your Pal, Clive Cussler, 2-27-76". Unclipped Jacket With Just A Bit Of Wear To The Spine Ends, Two Very Small Closed Tears On The Rear Panel, Book

      [Bookseller: James Graham, Bookseller]
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        Abend mit Goldrand. eine MärchenPosse - 55 Bilder L(ä)ndlichkeit für Gönner der Verschreib(k)unst. Signierte Vorzugsausgabe.

      Frankfurt a.M., S. Fischer 1975. Gr.Folio. Halblpergament im Schuber. - Tadelloses Exemplar im Schuber. Der Schuber gering begriffen..

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