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        WOMEN ARE BEAUTIFUL ; With an essay by Helen Gary Bishop

      NY: Light Gallery Books, 1975. First edition. Winogrand, Garry. Oblong 8vo., 85 full-page b&w photographs. A better than very good copy with faint price marks in pencil on the blank free flyleaf and slight bruising to the lower board tips. The photo-illustrated dust jacket shows minor dusting.

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd]
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        Women Are Beautiful (First Edition)

      New York: Farrar Straus Giroux / Light Gallery, 1975. First Edition. First Edition. Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. A collector's copy.

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        Garry Winogrand: Women Are Beautiful

      New York: Light Gallery & Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1975. Hardcover. First edition, first printing. Fine cloth-bound hardcover with a touch of rubbing to the bottom tips in a Very Good price-clipped dust jacket with moderate soiling. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Winogrand's street photography focusing on women: "I don't know if all the women in the photographs are beautiful but I do know that the women are beautiful in the photographs." Photographs and statement by Garry Winogrand; essay by Helen Gary Bishop. Unpaginated [96 pages]; 85 full-page b&w plates; 9.25 x 8.25 inches. Reference: Roth, Open Book, p.306-307; Auer, 802 Photo Books, p.588.

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        Apophthegmatum libri octo cum primis frugiferi, denuò vigilanter ab ipos recogniti autore, non sine lucro novae accessionis.Cologne, Johann Gymnich I, 1538. 8vo (16 x 11 x 4.5 cm). With Gymnich's woodcut device, 9 woodcut initials (2 series) plus 1 repeat, and a vine-leaf ornament. Set in an Aldine-style italic with incidental roman and Greek. Near contemporary blind-tooled calf (the owner's stamp ca. 1564?, added later than the rest of the tooling) over wooden boards, each board in a panel design, the front board with the large oval armorial panel-stamp (72 x 55 mm) of Simon Cluver of Gedansk (ca. 1540-1598); the back board with 2 rolls showing Christian imagery. With 1 of 2 brass catchplates but further with only remnants of the fastenings.

      Rotterdam City Library, Cat. Erasmus Collection, p. 22; USTC 635471 (4 copies); VD16, E2039 (same 4 copies); for owner's stamp on binding: Hulshoff Pol, The first century of Leiden University Library (1975), p. 414. Rare second(?) edition of the revised and expanded text of Erasmus's important and popular collection of more than two thousand aphorisms, apothegms and anecdotes, in the original Latin, first published by Froben at Basel in 1531 in six "libri" but finding its definitive form in his 1535 edition in eight "libri". Gymnich, with the present edition, appears to be the first after Froben to publish the revised 1535 text. The book is a collection of short quotations from a wide variety of sources, intended to be both educational and entertaining.With the large armorial owner's stamp of Simon Clüver (ca. 1540-1598), some of whose books went to Leiden University via his grand nephew, the historical geographer Philipp Clüver (1580-1622). Hulshoff Pol records this stamp on a binding dated 1564, but in the present binding it has been stamped over the existing decoration on the front board, so the binding itself may be older than the owner's stamp. With numerous small stains in the preliminaries, some mostly marginal water stains and a few small marginal worm holes, but otherwise in good condition and only slightly trimmed, retaining an occasional deckle. The owner's stamp has been impressed quite deeply and has therefore been well preserved, but the rest of the binding is worn, with some cuts, tears and gaps, and the surface of the spine flaking. One of the earliest editions of one of Erasmus's most popular and most entertaining works, in a near contemporary, blind-tooled binding.

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        Manuscript maquette for Creepy Castle.

      London: Macmillan, , 1975. Together with a smaller manuscript book proposal and the US first edition. 2 pen and watercolour manuscripts, 1 oblong octavo (190 x 140 mm) and 1 square octavo (135 x 126 mm). Volume I: loose gatherings with illustrated wrappers, 15 double page drawings (368 x 134 mm), of which all but one feature a flap which changes the scene, and 2 single page drawings (182 x 134 mm). Volume II: bound with illustrated self-wrappers, 4 double page drawings (253 x 134 mm), one of which features 3 flaps that change the scene. Together with a copy of the US first edition of the completed book in the original pink boards and pictorial dust jacket. Housed in a red quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Extremities slightly rubbed and bumped, a few small nicks and light creases to wrappers of Volume I. An excellent set with bright and crisp watercolour drawings. The original manuscript maquette of Goodall's wordless picture book, Creepy Castle, which would be published in 1975 by Macmillan in London and Atheneum in New York. While the published book conveys Goodall (1908–1996)'s inventive approach to the picture book format, it fails to fully transmit the delicate lines and colouring of the artist's lively illustrations, as evident in the current manuscript.

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        People in Israel. Thirteen Original Lithographs

      (7) unpaginated introductory leaves including title, essay by the lithographer Fernand Mourlot in French and English translation, and list of works, accompanying 13 original lithographs in brilliant colors, each approx. 25 3/4" x 19 1/2", each signed in pencil by the artist and numbered 37/200, each housed in a separate folder with printed title on front, typography by Fequet et Baudier. Large folio. Contents loose as issued in 1/2 leather and cloth case with simulated signature embossed on front cover. Paris (William Haber) 1975. One of 200 copies. Moshe Gat was born in Haifa in 1935 and studied at the Bezalel School in Jerusalem before spending several years traveling and working in Mexico, Paris, the USA, and Italy. In 1962 he settled in Haifa and started teaching at the Bezalel School. His works have been widely exhibited worldwide; his paintings have been shown in Mexico City, Moscow, New York, Chicago, New Orleans, Tokyo, various cities in Europe, and throughout Israel. The dramatic boldly-colored lithographs in this suite, influenced by expressionism and abstraction, present typical figures at a more optimistic time in Israeli history. The titles of the prints are: 1) Young and Old in Jerusalem; 2) Arriving in Israel; 3) Talmudist; 4) Fishermen in Jaffa Port; 5) Praying Boy; 6) Yemenites; 7) Brothers in Kibbutz; 8) Market Day; 9) Village in the Galilee; 10) Boats; 11) Shepherd; 12) Refugee; 13) Our Hope.

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        The Massorah. Compiled from Manuscripts. Alphabetically and Lexically Arranged (4 vols. complete)

      New York: Ktav, 1975. Ex-library, reprint. Hardcover. g to near fine. Elephant folios. Vol.1: (xxxix) 758pp. Vol.2: (xii) (3) 830pp. Vol.3: (xiii) (3) 383pp. Vol.4: (ix) 546pp. Dark blue buckram boards with gilt lettering on the spine.1) Vol. I. Aleph-Yod 2) Vol. II. Caph-Tav 3) Vol. III. Supplement 4) Vol. IV. The Massorah: translated into English with a critical and exegetical commentary. Being Vol. IV of the entire work. Hebrew Title page: Ha-Masorah`al pi kitve yad `atikim asher nikbetsu me-artsot shonot be-mahberet ahat shlemah, arukhah be-kol ve-sedurah be-maarkhot alfa beta ve-al pi ha-shorashim* 1) Helek Rishon: Aleph-Yod 2) Helek Sheni: Caph-Tav 3) Helek Shlishi: Nosaphot (vol. 4 does not have a Hebrew title page)On the author: Christian David Ginsburg (1831-1914), Jewish scholar, born in Warsaw on 25 December 1831. Coming to England shortly after the completion of his education in the Rabbinic College at Warsaw, Ginsburg continued his study of the Hebrew Scriptures, with special attention to the Five Megillot. The first result of these studies was a translation of the Song of Songs, with a historical and critical commentary, published in 1857. A similar translation of Ecclesiastes, followed by treatises on the Karaites, the Essenes, and the Kabbalah, kept the author prominently before biblical students while he was preparing the first sections of his magnum opus, the critical study of the Massorah. Beginning in 1867 with the publication of Jacob ben Hayyim's Introduction to the Rabbinic Bible, Hebrew and English and the Massoreth HaMassoreth of Elias Levita, in Hebrew, with translation and commentary, Ginsburg became known as an eminent Hebrew scholar. In 1870 he was appointed one of the first members of the committee for the revision of the English version of the Old Testament. The work at hand is considered his life work: The publication of the Massorah, in three volumes (1880-1886), in Hebrew, followed by the one-volume English edition in 1905. Ginsburg had one predecessor in the field, the learned Jacob ben Hayyim (or: Jacob ben Chajim), who in 1524-1525 published the second Rabbinic Bible, containing what has ever since been known as the Massorah. Ginsburg took up the subject almost where it was left by those early pioneers, and collected portions of the Massorah from the countless manuscripts scattered throughout Europe and the East. Ginsburg published Facsimiles of Manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible (1897 and 1898), the Text of the Hebrew Bible in Abbreviations (1903), in addition to a critical treatise on the relationship of the so-called Codex Babylonicus of A.D. 916 to the Eastern Recension of the Hebrew Text (1899, for private circulation). In the last-mentioned work he seeks to prove that the St. Petersburg Codex, for so many years accepted as the genuine text of the Babylonian school, is in reality a Palestinian text carefully altered so as to render it conformable with Babylonian recension. He subsequently undertook the preparation of a new edition of the Hebrew Bible for the British and Foreign Bible Society. He also contributed many articles to J. Kitto's Encyclopedia, W. Smith's Dictionary of Christian Biography, and the Encyclopedia Britannica. [from Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th ed. (1911) Volume V12, p. 29] On the Massorah in general: "It is well known that the received text of the Hebrew Bible is called the Massoretic, i.e., printed according to the Massorah. Now, the Massorah is a marginal directory, indicating (...) how the letters, words and phrases are to be written, according to the most ancient rules laid down by those who compiled, preserved, and transmitted the canon of the Old Testament Scriptures (...). This invaluable key to the text of the old testament is called Massorah (tradition) because it was traditionally transmitted by the authorized and professional scribes, who afterwards committed it to writing" (from the introduction pasted-in to the first volume). It was primarily compiled, edited and distributed by a group of Jews known as the Masoretes between the seventh and tenth centuries CE. The oldest manuscripts containing substantial parts of the Masoretic Text known to still exist date from approximately the ninth century. The Aleppo Codex dates from the tenth century. In the first half of the tenth century Aaron ben Moses ben Asher and Moshe ben Naphtali (often just called ben Asher and ben Naphtali) were the leading Masoretes in Tiberias. Ben Asher wrote a standard codex (the Aleppo Codex) embodying his opinions. Probably Ben Naphtali did too, but it has not survived. (from the Jewish Encyclopedia, see below) On this work [from: Library of Biblical Studies, see below]: Ginsburg's work is a critical edition of the Massorah, and as such it relies heavily on the two standard works preceding it, i.e. Jacob ben Hayyim's second Blomberg edition of the Bible and Elijah Levita's Massoreth ha-Massoroth (Tiberias, 1538). Whereas Elijah Levita had a primarily grammatical approach, Jacob ben Hayyim ibn Adonijah was associated more directly with the manuscripts themselves. The sort of thing that ben Hayyim did is "what Ginsburg did in his massive collection of The Massorah in four volumes, imperial folio (1881-1905). [the work at hand]. There are no indications where any notes came from, or the date origin and history of the manuscripts. Nobody in the 16th century ever thought of doing this (...). There had to be a beginning at some time, and this beginning was made by Jacob ben (C)Hayyim; Ginsburg has rightly said that Jacob 'rescued the Massorah from perdition.' Something of the same kind can be said of Ginsburg." (ibid., p. XI) Even though Ginsburg claims to follow Jacob ben Hayyim's work, which came to be recognized as the true Masoretic text, very closely, it differs often from it. Hence, it is actually a recension of Ginsburg, that incorporates 75 other codices as well. "The great question is: How are we to obtain a true, accurate Masoretic text? In the Prolegomenon by Professor Harry M. Orlinsky in the KTAV Publishing House reissue of Ginsburg's Introduction to the Massoretico-Critical Edition of the Hebrew Bible (...) he says (p. XV) that "none can claim to being the Masoretic text," but there can be a Masoretic text." (T)here is no (...) unified, authoritative Massorah. This can be seen in Ginsburg's massive four-volume compilation." [ibid. p. XIV] Text n Hebrew and English. Bindings with library stickers on the tails of spines and corners of covers. Some smudges, scratches and light rubbing to some ot the covers and spines. Library stamps at the top and bottoms of the book blocks. Interiors with stickers, bookplates and cards pasted on at interior covers. Bindings in good to very good-, aside from library materials, interiors in very good+ to near fine condition overall.

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        How to Have a Life-style. Illustrations by William Vaughan.

      London: Cecil Woolf, 1975 - Small octavo. Original green boards, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Ownership annotation to dust jacket rear flap verso. Spine gently rolled, light offsetting to endpapers; an excellent copy in the price-clipped jacket with toned spine, and nicks and creasing to extremities, tape repair to verso. Illustrations by William Vaughan. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To Kenith, from Quentin Crisp". This copy additionally with a signed newspaper clipping from John Bull dated 20 November 1948 tipped-in to the front pastedown, and a signed typescript letter dated 2 January 1976 tipped-in to the rear pastedown. The letter is a response to a Mr Goodfellow, whom Crisp appears to have known in earlier years, replying to a letter congratulating Crisp on the 1975 television film production of The Naked Civil Servant, Crisp's 1968 autobiography, starring John Hurt. In the letter Crisp discusses "Miss Beeson" and the "turbulance" she carried with her, noting that, "she really was a horror". Miss Beeson lived on the same floor as Crisp at Beaufort Street and "her insatiable sexual appetite would often wake her neighbours during the night . sometime later Miss Beeson got religion and would lecture Quentin on his sinful life". The newspaper clipping provides an early interview with Crisp, discussing his job as a male model; "I like being a model best, it's working without having to do any work at all. It's scandalous without being dangerous". Nigel Kelly, Quentin Crisp: The Profession of Being. A Biography, p. 58. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        BID TIME RETURN

      New York: The Viking Press, [1975].. Octavo,cloth-backed boards. First edition. Winner of the 1976 World Fantasy Award for best novel. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-718. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-177. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature I, pp. 90-4. A fine copy in fine dust jacket with a mild crease to front flap. A beautiful copy of a book rarely found in superior condition. (#154173)

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        ORBITSVILLE

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1975. First edition. Page edges foxed, a nearly fine copy in a fine dust jacket. (14086). Octavo, boards. Signed inscription by Shaw on the title page. First book of the "Orbitsville" trilogy. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 3-389. Pringle: Science Fiction The 100 Best Novels #79.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        L'Ablatif absolu. [Eaux-fortes de] Pablo Palazuelo.

      Paris: Maeght, 1975. Livre. Illus. by Pablo Palazuelo. Très bon. En Feuilles. Signé par L'auteur et L'illustrateur. Edition originale. Grand In-8. Paris, Maeght, 1975. Coll. "Argile" (n° 5). 24,5 x 18,5 cm, grand in-8, 2ff. bl. - (73) pp. - 3 ff. bl., 5 eaux-fortes en couleurs hors texte, en feuilles sous couverture à rabats blanche imprimée, chemise et étui de l'éditeur. Edition originale. L'un des 140 exemplaires du tirage de tête sur vélin d'Arches comportant les 5 eaux-fortes, la première signée par l'artiste. Celui-ci non numéroté, signé au colophon par l'auteur et l'artiste et enrichi, comme pour les 40 premiers exemplaires, d'une SUITE des eaux-fortes, toutes signées. Rare. Bel exemplaire. (MONOD, 3277).

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        Danny The Champion of the World - in an unfaded dust wrapper with a SIGNED programme by Jeremy and Sam Irons

      Cape, 1975. Hardcover. Near Fine. A first edition, first printing published by Cape in 1975. A near fine book in like unfaded unclipped dust wrapper (a little light spotting to the front flap and a crease to the rear flap). Accompanied by an original / genuine signed Roald Dahl's Danny The Champion of the World Special Programme signed by the actors Jeremy (John) Irons and Sam Irons who played Danny and his Dad in the film. The programme was produced for a special viewing of the film on Thursday 27th July 1989 at 11am at The Odeon West End, Leicester Square (a cinema which has since closed down) in aid of the NSPCC. The front cover illustration is by Quentin Blake. The signatures read: 'Love Jeremy Irons' and 'To Lucy Love Sam Irons'. 26 pages - Black and white inside with some gold special effects. The front cover is in full colour.The film was made in 1989 and was directed by Gavin Millar and starred Jeremy Irons as William and his son, Samuel Irons, as Danny, with Robbie Coltrane as Victor Hazell. It is in very good condition / no rips or tears and from a smoke / pet free house. There are a few small creases and a slight bit of 'yellowing' to the white paper. There are also some finger prints on the gold Saatchi and Saatchi advertising page (see photo). A4 size A nice pair of 'Danny' items.

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        Salem's Lot

      U.S.A.: Doubleday, 1975 First edition, as stated on copyright page. 2nd state dust jacket with $7.95 price; front flap at top clipped but not price-clipped. Book fine, dust jacket in very good condition. Dust jacket repaired at top and bottom of spine, some black paint or marker on spine and front flap hinge. Black stamp at bottom of rear paste-down. Housed in slipcase.

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        Offizielles farbiges Fotoporträt der NASA mit eigh. Namenszug.

      Ohne Ort und Datum (um ): 1975 - Reproduktionsdruck, 25 x 20 cm. - Rückseitig gedruckter Text, Sammlervermerk und -stempel. Buzz Aldrin (geboren als Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr.) betrat am 21. Juli 1969 im Rahmen der Apollo-11-Mission kurz nach Neil Armstrong als zweiter Mensch den Mond. 1988 legte er offiziell seinen ursprünglichen Vornamen ab.

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        The Massorah. Compiled from Manuscripts. Alphabetically and Lexically Arranged (4 vols. complete)

      Ktav, New York 1975 - Elephant folios. Vol.1: (xxxix) 758pp. Vol.2: (xii) (3) 830pp. Vol.3: (xiii) (3) 383pp. Vol.4: (ix) 546pp. Dark blue buckram boards with gilt lettering on the spine.1) Vol. I. Aleph-Yod 2) Vol. II. Caph-Tav 3) Vol. III. Supplement 4) Vol. IV. The Massorah: translated into English with a critical and exegetical commentary. Being Vol. IV of the entire work. Hebrew Title page: Ha-Masorah`al pi kitve yad `atikim asher nikbetsu me-artsot shonot be-mahberet ahat shlemah, arukhah be-kol ve-sedurah be-maarkhot alfa beta ve-al pi ha-shorashim* 1) Helek Rishon: Aleph-Yod 2) Helek Sheni: Caph-Tav 3) Helek Shlishi: Nosaphot (vol. 4 does not have a Hebrew title page)On the author: Christian David Ginsburg (1831-1914), Jewish scholar, born in Warsaw on 25 December 1831. Coming to England shortly after the completion of his education in the Rabbinic College at Warsaw, Ginsburg continued his study of the Hebrew Scriptures, with special attention to the Five Megillot. The first result of these studies was a translation of the Song of Songs, with a historical and critical commentary, published in 1857. A similar translation of Ecclesiastes, followed by treatises on the Karaites, the Essenes, and the Kabbalah, kept the author prominently before biblical students while he was preparing the first sections of his magnum opus, the critical study of the Massorah. Beginning in 1867 with the publication of Jacob ben Hayyim's Introduction to the Rabbinic Bible, Hebrew and English and the Massoreth HaMassoreth of Elias Levita, in Hebrew, with translation and commentary, Ginsburg became known as an eminent Hebrew scholar. In 1870 he was appointed one of the first members of the committee for the revision of the English version of the Old Testament. The work at hand is considered his life work: The publication of the Massorah, in three volumes (1880-1886), in Hebrew, followed by the one-volume English edition in 1905. Ginsburg had one predecessor in the field, the learned Jacob ben Hayyim (or: Jacob ben Chajim), who in 1524-1525 published the second Rabbinic Bible, containing what has ever since been known as the Massorah. Ginsburg took up the subject almost where it was left by those early pioneers, and collected portions of the Massorah from the countless manuscripts scattered throughout Europe and the East. Ginsburg published Facsimiles of Manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible (1897 and 1898), the Text of the Hebrew Bible in Abbreviations (1903), in addition to a critical treatise on the relationship of the so-called Codex Babylonicus of A.D. 916 to the Eastern Recension of the Hebrew Text (1899, for private circulation). In the last-mentioned work he seeks to prove that the St. Petersburg Codex, for so many years accepted as the genuine text of the Babylonian school, is in reality a Palestinian text carefully altered so as to render it conformable with Babylonian recension. He subsequently undertook the preparation of a new edition of the Hebrew Bible for the British and Foreign Bible Society. He also contributed many articles to J. Kitto's Encyclopedia, W. Smith's Dictionary of Christian Biography, and the Encyclopedia Britannica. [from Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th ed. (1911) Volume V12, p. 29] On the Massorah in general: "It is well known that the received text of the Hebrew Bible is called the Massoretic, i.e., printed according to the Massorah. Now, the Massorah is a marginal directory, indicating (.) how the letters, words and phrases are to be written, according to the most ancient rules laid down by those who compiled, preserved, and transmitted the canon of the Old Testament Scriptures (.). This invaluable key to the text of the old testament is called Massorah (tradition) because it was traditionally transmitted by the authorized and professional scribes, who afterwards committed it to writing" (from the introduction pasted-in to the first volume). It was primarily compiled, edited and distributed by a group of Jews known as the Masoretes between t [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Evidence for Anomalous Lepton Production in e+ e- Annihilation" in Physical Review Letters, Vol. 35, No. 22, 1 December 1975, pp. 1489-1492

      Rome: American Physical Society, 1975 FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPS OF THE DISCOVERY OF A NEW ELEMENTARY PARTICLE, THE TAU LEPTON (also known as the tau particle, or tauon). In 1995, the American physicist Martin Perl was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for this discovery. "In 1947, when a particle discovered earlier in cosmic rays - the muon - was identified to be identical to an electron but about 200 times heavier, Perl's research supervisor, Rabi, had famously exclaimed: "Who ordered that?" Perl became fascinated by this enigmatic particle, and so began his lifelong quest to answer Rabi's question. In particular, he wondered if there is just one muon, or whether there could be still heavier examples. He believed that if he could find a yet heavier form of the electron, it might help to resolve the muon's role in nature" (The Guardian, Obituary, 2014). What Perl discovered was the tau, an elementary particle similar to the electron, but is 3,500 times heavier than the electron and survives less than a trillionth of a second (whereas the electron is stable) and carries a negative electric charge and a spin of .5. "Together with the electron, the muon, and the three neutrinos, it is a lepton. Like all elementary particles with half-integral spin, the tau has a corresponding antiparticle of opposite charge but equal mass and spin, which in the tau's case is the antitau" (Wikipedia). Perl would later write that "the discovery of the tau lepton and the third generation of fermions came from the convergence of three physics streams in the late 1960's and early 1970's. These streams were: the failed attempts by myself and others to understand the connection between the electron and the muon, the development of electron-positron storage rings, and the development of the theory of sequential leptons" (Perl, The Discovery of the Tau Lepton, SLAC, September 1992). CONDITION & DETAILS: First edition in original wraps housed in a modern leather covered clamshell case, gilt-lettered at the spine. Rome, N. Y.: The American Physical Society. Quarto (10.25 x 7.50 inches; 256 x 188mm). Finely rebacked. The rear wrapper has a shipping label and there are very light stamps on the head and foot of the text block. No other markings. Near fine condition.

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        CONFESSIONS OF A CRAP ARTIST ..

      New York: Entwhistle Books, 1975.. Octavo, cloth. First edition. 1000 copies printed. This copy is signed by Dick on the copyright page, but is not part of the 90-copy numbered issue. This variant has the "first edition" statement on the copyright page. In Dick's opinion, this novel was "easily the best of all his mainstream efforts." Written in 1959 in the midst of Dick's "exceedingly ambitious -- and totally unsuccessful -- attempt to break into the mainstream-novel market ... Graceful, wry, vulnerable, pessimistic and wise, they are novels less good only than the best of PKD's intense prime, which began immediately [with TIME OUT OF JOINT]." - Clute and Nicholls (eds), The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (1993), p. 328. A fine copy without dust jacket as issued. (#152940)

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        Confessions of a Crap Artist

      Entwhistle Books, New York 1975 - Signed by Author. First edition, first state sheets (with "First edition: 500 copies, cloth bound," on copyright page), hardcover issue, limited, signed and numbered state. The signed and numbered hardcover issue was limited to 90 copies, but it is not known how many were bound from the first state sheets and how many were bound from the later published sheets without the notice. Although both states of the 90 signed copies are desirable, a premium is placed on those copies bound from the first state sheets. One of only two signed limited editions done during the author's lifetime. This copy, number 7 of the 90 signed copies, is in a clear plastic dust jacket. This is the only non-science fiction novel published in the author's life-time, although he wrote others. Book Condition: Fine: Sharp tight bright signed copy with minor wrinkling to the top and bottom spine edges. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Old Series Ordnance Survey Maps of England and Wales [ complete in 8 Volumes ]

      Lympne Castle, Kent : Harry Margary , 1975. Complete in 8 volumes. Books measure 13 3/4 x 10 inches. Bound in original publishers blue cloth. Bindings in good clean firm condition. Dust jackets fixed to endpapers, 2 jackets have some staining, library labels on spines. Jackets in good condition. Internally, occasional library stamp or mark, [ about 10 to each volume ]. Plates look free of stamps, but the odd page might be stamped. Pages in very good clean condition throughout. A good clean set. . Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        The Old Series Ordnance Survey Maps of England and Wales. [ complete in 8 Volumes ]

      Harry Margary, Lympne Castle, Kent 1975 - Complete in 8 volumes. Books measure 13 3/4 x 10 inches. Bound in original publishers blue cloth. Bindings in good clean firm condition. Dust jackets fixed to endpapers, 2 jackets have some staining, library labels on spines. Jackets in good condition. Internally, occasional library stamp or mark, [ about 10 to each volume ]. Plates look free of stamps, but the odd page might be stamped. Pages in very good clean condition throughout. A good clean set. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

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        Manuale di diritto penale a cura di Luigi Conti Parte generale

      Dott. A. Giuffrè Editore, MILANO 1975 - ITALIANO Volume rilegato, si presenta usurato, la copertina mostra i bordi stanchi ed aloni l'iscrizione dorata appare decolorata, i tagli e le pagine con normale ingiallimento, presenti numerose sottolineature ed appunti, la pagina di guardia con una porzione mancante

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        Framed Signed Photograph

      , 1975. 1975. unbound. 9.5 x 7.75-inch black-and-white photo of Tandy sitting behind Cronyn with her arm draped over his shoulder -- no place, no date, circa 1975. Signed in the bottom margin by both actors as well as photographer Ray Fisher. Double-matted in black and white and set in a beaded black frame measuring 17.75 x 15.75 inches. Fine condition.

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        Liriche. Tratte dall'Alcione. Il terzo libro delle Laudi.

      Mardersteig per i Cento amici del libro, 1975. Cm. 30, pp. 81 (9). Con sei acqueforti di Riccardo Tommasi. Legatura edit. in cartoncino con titoli impressi. Velina di protezione e custodia. Perfetta conservazione, in stato di nuovo. Pregevole edizione in tiratura limitata di 119 esemplari numerati e firmati (ns. n. 28).

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        Poem For La Malinche

      Kathmandu, Nepal: Bardo Matrix Press, 1975. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Soft cover. Fine. Dana Young (Cover Woodcut). Single Poem in Wrapper. Folded without binding. Numbered edition of 500 copes. This is #28. Covers with 8 internal pages (hand made paper?). Most striking color woodcut to cover by Dana Young. Noted on back cover "Bureau of Surrealist Research" plus further woodcuts. With small color woodcuts to pages 1 and 8. VERY FINE. Binding tight and square. All corners pointed. Not marks in any way and very clean and bright. all items carefully wrapped and sent boxed.

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        You Only Live Once. Memories of Ian Fleming.

      London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1975. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. Pp.142. With a suite of 8 black and white illustrations. Publisher's blue cloth binding with original price-clipped dust-wrapper. Minor wear, one short creased tear to rear, top edge tinted blue (copies are noted without a topstain). Essentially a clean, near fine copy. This is the withdrawn printing; a thoroughly revised version appeared in 1984 including some replacement photographs. Ian Fleming The Bibliography, p.596.

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        Full Set of Short Stories and Novels - First Love Last Rites to Solar

      Cape 1975 - A full set of first edition, first printings published by Cape between 1975 and 2012. Comprising: First Love, Last Rites/In Between The Sheets/The Cement Garden/The Comfort of Strangers/The Child in Time/The Innocent/Black Dogs/Enduring Love/Amsterdam/On Chesil Beach/Atonement/Saturday/Sweet Tooth/Solar. All are very good+ to fine condition. One small closed tear to the first volume and one name to Enduring Love. A lovely set. please email for further photos and description. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Roller-Printed Paste Papers for Bookbinding

      Bird & Bull Press, North Hills, Pennsylvania 1975 - #134 from a Limited Edition of "Approximately 215 copies" (200 were for sale). Four page prospectus on hand made paper laid in. Oblong book. 57 pages + [4]. 25 paper samples, including the one used on title, tipped in; 13 illustrations in the text; original blue pasteboard sides with white parchment spine lettered in gold. Henry Morris wrote next to his signature on the colophone: "For Paulette Green", the prominent book dealer and collector. The binding was done by by Edward G. Parrot II at Hancock, Maine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meir Turner]
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        Salem's Lot

      U.S.A.: Doubleday, 1975. First edition, as stated on copyright page. 2nd state dust jacket with $7.95 price; front flap at top clipped but not price-clipped. Book fine, dust jacket in very good condition. Dust jacket repaired at top and bottom of spine, some black paint or marker on spine and front flap hinge. Black stamp at bottom of rear paste-down. Housed in slipcase.

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        The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud. Complete in 24 Volumes.

      London: The Hogarth Press (1975)., 1975. Translated from the German under the General Editorship of James Strachey. In Collaboration with Anna Freud. Assisted by Alex Syrachey and Alan Tyson. 24 Volumes, including Indexes and Bibliographies (Volume XXIV). Original navy blue cloth binding. Each with a black and white frontispiece. All volumes are very tight and close to fine (scattered very light endpaper foxing and some light cloth splotchiness). There are NO MARKS in any of the volumes. All have the original DJs which are spine sunned and range in condition from near fine to very good minus; some have shallow edge wear and a number have some chips, etc. Overall an above-average set, especially clean. Extra postage.. Hardcover. Near Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

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        Evidence for Anomalous Lepton Production in e+ e- Annihilation" in Physical Review Letters, Vol. 35, No. 22, 1 December 1975, pp. 1489-1492

      American Physical Society, Rome 1975 - FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPS OF THE DISCOVERY OF A NEW ELEMENTARY PARTICLE, THE TAU LEPTON (also known as the tau particle, or tauon). In 1995, the American physicist Martin Perl was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for this discovery. "In 1947, when a particle discovered earlier in cosmic rays - the muon - was identified to be identical to an electron but about 200 times heavier, Perl's research supervisor, Rabi, had famously exclaimed: "Who ordered that?" Perl became fascinated by this enigmatic particle, and so began his lifelong quest to answer Rabi's question. In particular, he wondered if there is just one muon, or whether there could be still heavier examples. He believed that if he could find a yet heavier form of the electron, it might help to resolve the muon's role in nature" (The Guardian, Obituary, 2014). What Perl discovered was the tau, an elementary particle similar to the electron, but is 3,500 times heavier than the electron and survives less than a trillionth of a second (whereas the electron is stable) and carries a negative electric charge and a spin of .5. "Together with the electron, the muon, and the three neutrinos, it is a lepton. Like all elementary particles with half-integral spin, the tau has a corresponding antiparticle of opposite charge but equal mass and spin, which in the tau's case is the antitau" (Wikipedia). Perl would later write that "the discovery of the tau lepton and the third generation of fermions came from the convergence of three physics streams in the late 1960's and early 1970's. These streams were: the failed attempts by myself and others to understand the connection between the electron and the muon, the development of electron-positron storage rings, and the development of the theory of sequential leptons" (Perl, The Discovery of the Tau Lepton, SLAC, September 1992). CONDITION & DETAILS: First edition in original wraps housed in a modern leather covered clamshell case, gilt-lettered at the spine. Rome, N. Y.: The American Physical Society. Quarto (10.25 x 7.50 inches; 256 x 188mm). Finely rebacked. The rear wrapper has a shipping label and there are very light stamps on the head and foot of the text block. No other markings. Near fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        COSTITUZIONE ITALIANA

      EINAUDI, 1975. ITALIANO 0,12 Introduzione di Giangiulio Ambrosini, in appendice Stat.Fondamentale del R.di Sardegna 1848, Costit. Della Repubblica romana 1849, DL luogotenenziale 1944 46, Progetto di Costituzione 1947, lieve ingiallimento ai bordi delle pagine, coperta morbida leggermente ingiallita e con lievissimi segni del tempo USATO

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        DISEGNI ANTICHI DI ALLEGORIA E MITOLOGIA

      TIPOGRAFIA CASTALDI, ROMA 1975 - ITALIANO Introduzione di Mario Praz, catalogo della mostra presso Palazzo Strozzi in Firenze, Galleria Arco Farnese in Roma, Galleria Grassi Bernardi in Milano e presso la Galleria Goethe in Bolzano, pagine illustrate e lievemente ingiallite ai bordi, brossura editoriale ingiallita al dorso ed al posteriore e con lievi segni di usura ai bordi

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        Decameron... a cura di Piero Chiara. Nota storico-filologica di Vittore Branca. Undici tavole a colori di Franco Gentilini.

      Edizioni di pregio S.E.D.D, 1975. Cm. 33, pp. xvii (1) 556 (2). Con 11 bella tavole a colori f.t. firmate singolarmente da Franco Gentilini. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in piena pelle rossa (marocchino), dorso a nervi con titoli e fregi in oro. Taglio di testa dorato. Entro custodia. Perfetta conservazione. Legatura di Giovanni De Stefanis. Edizione impaginata e composta a mano in carattere Garamond appositamente fuso e stampata a cura di Luigi Maestri su carta velin filigranata, specialmente fabbricata dalla Magnani Val di Pescia in 500 esemplari numerati, nostro esemplare 74.

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        Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy *ORIGINAL SONGBOOK*

      Big Pig Music Ltd. - Leeds Music Corporation, USA 1975 - 76 pages. "At the end of 1975, Elton John and Bernie Taupin made rock history when "Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy" made number one in America's three major trade charts (Cashbox, Billboard and Record World) on its first week of entry. Nobody, not even the Beatles, had ever done that before." - from page 2. Contains four pages of text plus twenty-five pages of great black and white photos. Includes music, chords and lyrics for: Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy; Tower of Babel; Bitter Fingers; Tell me When the Whistle Blows; Someone Saved My Life Tonight; (Gotta Get a) Meal Ticket; Better Off Dead; Writing; We all fall in Love Sometimes; Curtains; Dogs in the Kitchen (lyrics only). Unmarked. Binding intact. Average wear. Narrow openings along backstrip. A sound copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        IL PADRE SELVAGGIO

      EINAUDI, TORINO 1975 - NUOVI CORALLI ITALIANO N. 114 della collana, leggero ingiallimento delle pagine, brossura editoriale illustrata, leggermente ingiallita e con usura ai bordi ed al dorsetto

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        Monarquia Indiana (Quinta Edicion) 3 Volumes

      Editorial Porrua, Mexico 1975 - Hardcover. 3 Volumes. 1975. Editorial Porrua. Volume 1 has bumped lower corner, else Books and Dust Jackets are in Very Good Plus condition. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE LIVING AND THE DEAD

      PENGUIN BOOKS, Victoria 1975 - INGLESE Pagine brunite ai bordi causa tempo, brossura editoriale illustrata, leggermente ingiallita e con segni di usura ai bordi

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        No Man's Land.

      London: H. Karnac (Books) Limited,, 1975. Octavo. Original red and black cloth, titles to spine gilt, black endpapers, top edge red. Very light fading to spine ends, an excellent fresh copy. First edition, signed limited issue, number 123 of 150 copies. Presentation copy, additionally inscribed by the author on the title page on the opening night of the first production, "April 23. 75. To Terry with deep gratitude & great admiration, Harold". The recipient was Terence Rigby, who played Briggs in the first production of No Man's Land at the Old Vic Theatre.

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        Cowboy Kate and Other Stories

      Haskins Press, 1975. Hardcover. Good/Acceptable. 1975. Limited Edition. Signed by the author. Pictorial black and white dust jacket over grey boards. Limited edition number 768 of 1500. Firm binding to clean pages and plates with bright copy throughout. Author's signature and edition number to front endpaper. Light finger marks to endpapers. Clean boards with light rub wear to edges. Slight bumping to corners. Boards very slightly bowed. Usual shelf wear and markings to lightly tanned jacket with small red stains to front. Creasing and rub wear to jacket edges with minor fraying to corners.

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        CONFESSIONS OF A CRAP ARTIST ..

      New York: Entwhistle Books, 1975.. Octavo,cloth. First edition. 1000 copies printed. This copy is signed by Dick on the copyright page, but is not part of the 90-copy numbered issue. This variant has the "first edition" statement on the copyright page. In Dick's opinion, this novel was "easily the best of all his mainstream efforts." Written in 1959 in the midst of Dick's "exceedingly ambitious -- and totally unsuccessful -- attempt to break into the mainstream-novel market ... Graceful, wry, vulnerable, pessimistic and wise, they are novels less good only than the best of PKD's intense prime, which began immediately [with TIME OUT OF JOINT]." - Clute and Nicholls (eds), The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (1993), p. 328. A fine copy without dust jacket as issued. (#152940)

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