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      St Martins Press & Del Rey Books, USA 1977 - St Martins & Del Rey, USA. Published in 1977, 1980, 1984 and 1987 respectively, these four volumes comprise the sage of the Heechee and represent some of the author's finest work. This is a superb set in outstanding condition, with boards as clean and sharp as a rip-off merchant looking for a punter on Easy Street, a spine as spotless as an immaculate all-black sheet from a pirate's bed. pages as clean as a blank pages and very fine dust-jackets. A SUPERB SET. AS NEW. Postage (and insurance) is very considerably higher than quoted. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Als Zeus die Welt in Atem hielt : Götter u. Helden d. Antike haben wirkl. gelebt. [Einzig berechtigte Übertr. aus d. Amerikan. von Jürgen Bavendam]

      Bern, München : Scherz, 1977 - 358 S. : Ill., Kt. ; 22 cm Noch in Folie - Unbenutzt und ungelesen, aber mit Lagerspuren, daher mit Mängelexemplar-Kennzeichnung. Sollte Ihr Buch tatsächlich erheblichere Mängel aufweisen, was nur äußerst selten wirklich der Fall ist, erstatten wir den Kaufpreis oder leisten Ersatz. ISBN: 3502165041 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Archive of scouting photographs, color transparencies, letters, and ephemera from the making of the 1977 film)

      Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures, 1977. An archive of material from the making of the 1977 Steven Spielberg film, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind." From the estate of Phil Abramson, set director for the film, whose work earned an Academy Award nomination. The archive includes: A typed letter to Phil Abramson from director Steven Spielberg, SIGNED by Spielberg, on stationery bearing the film's title and the address for Columbia Pictures. Spielberg states that, "in an article in Warhol's newspaper INTERVIEW, which (a) is read by about 19 people, and (b) none of those 19 would be of any concern to you, someone other than you, namely Joe Alves, was erroneously credited with decorating my home." He continues to ease Phil Abramson's mind with regard to someone else receiving credit for his (presumed) interior decorating of Spielberg's house. The letter ends with "the ducks and rabbits all miss you." With the original mailing envelope. Approximately 30 color transparency slides and 10 color photographs featuring scouting shots taken around the base of Devil's Tower in Wyoming, the site chosen for the alien landing in the film. Several images show Vilmos Zsigmond, whose cinematography in the film earned an Academy Award. A photo album containing approximately 40 color photographs taken during a production-related house party, with shots of Terri Garr, Richard Dreyfuss, Steven Spielberg, and others. Twelve letters concerning the procurement of various props, most addressed to Abramson, from such persons as Richard D. Zanuck (concerning a bill payment for flowers), David Brown (a fan commenting on the film as a "great achievement"), Ralph Nelson (also praising the film), Clark Paylow (associate producer), Don R. Hanes (associate at Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, whose logo was used in the film, with a color slide of the logo), Robert D. Benis of WTHR Television, Eric S. Peterson of Rockwell International, Dorothy E. Bradshaw of North Central Airlines in Minnesota, William Broker of the property department at the Burbank Studios, and photocopied letters from members of the production crew to various companies. Also included is some interesting ephemera unique to the film: a "Close Encounters" iron-on patch, a vintage production T-shirt with "CE3K" across the front, and a souvenir sweatshirt with a logo for Devil's Tower on the front. Based on Spielberg's novel of the same name, about Roy Neary (Dreyfuss), who is one of several people who witness UFOs at night, and subsequently begins to have visions of a mysterious place. Government agents also have similar encounters, only they discover physical evidence of extraterrestrials. Roy and the agents join together and are led to a place (not unlike the place in Roy's visions) where they have a close encounter of the third kind: contact. Winner of an Academy Award (Best Cinematography, 1978), and placed in the National Film Registry (2007), and Spielberg's third feature as director (following "Jaws", 1975, and "The Sugarland Express," 1974.) Set in primarily Muncie, Indiana, shot on location throughout the US, as well as Mexico and India. Complete collation details available on request.

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        In Patagonia

      Published by Jonathan Cape, London; 1977. This is an excellent copy of this author's first book, rarely found in such good condition. The book itself is in Fine condition, tightly bound in it's original dark blue cloth boards with gilt lettering to the spine. Inside it has the original map endpapers that are exclusive to the first impression of this book and it includes photographs, which the American edition did not. The pages have a marginal amount of toning to the edges due to the age of the book but are otherwise beautifully clear of blemishes. The dust jacket in which the book is housed is in Near Fine condition. It is also clean and clear of any blemishes or tears and the only flaws to speak of are a small degree of fading to the spine as is common in books that have been kept on a bookshelf and some very slight bumping to the spine ends. In all this is an excellent example of Bruce Chatwin's popular first book.

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        Journals: Early Fifties and Early Sixties

      New York: Grove Press. (1977). First. First edition, first printing. Fine in near fine jacket with a few small tears at the edges. Inscribed to Elbert Lenrow: "Allen Ginsberg for Elbert Lenrow 1982 October 7 Earlier passages here closer to the times Jack & I visited you than now." Additionally Signed and dated: Allen Ginsberg 9/24/96 AH." Lenrow was a professor at the New School who became friends with Jack Kerouac while he was still a student. Kerouac in turn introduced him to Allen Ginsberg and Neal Cassidy, who would often gather at Lenrow's Central Park West apartment for informal discussions about life and literature. He later penned a book about his friendship with Kerouac and remained in contact with Ginsberg until Lenrow's death in 1993. A nice association. .

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        Let's Go Playmates (Original manuscript)

      N.p.: N.p., 1977. Original manuscript by Joey Ramone for an unrecorded Ramones song, "Let's Go Playmates," executed by the punk legend in holograph pencil on both the recto and verso of a legal size sheet of lined notebook paper. The lyrics appear in every orientation, a beautiful, messy gathering of ideas--some crossed through--rather than a finished song. They read, variously: (Recto) "Let's go playmates / Hey man / Cool man / Pretty cool / Hey Mommy / Take a bath / Get a job / What is it / Hey got my ludes man / Tell me my son / Flies flies / As I live and breathe / Get me / Buy me / Do for me / Hey what's in it fer me / Get with it / Tell me / What does minimalism me to you." Verso: "Does this life look interestin to you well you too can [have] all this and more / Not another fly / Im so cold / No no no." A rare example of the songwriting process of a writer for a band whose work stands not only at the top of the punk ladder, but really in a realm of its own. The manuscript is not dated, but judging from the content it could not have been written after 1978, though probably not prior to the 1977. The final lyric, "Does this life look interestin to you," puts it right on the borderline between the band's early fun-drug-crazed songs and the later, more goofily philosophical ones. In any case, one hell of a piece of paper. Lined legal size notebook paper, 8 x 12.5 inches. Fine.

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        For the Sake of the Song (Signed Limited Edition)

      San Antonio, TX: Wings Press, 1977. First Edition. First Edition. One of 500 copies signed and numbered by Townes Van Zandt on the title page, this being No. 418. Gift inscription on the first blank: "To Lacy / On or about Christmas 1982 / All my love / 'Indian Tom'." Wings Press owner Bryce Milligan notes: "1000 casebound copies were originally printed. 500 were signed by Townes and numbered, roughly 100 of which were given to Townes as author's copies. The rest were sold by Wings Press. When I purchased the press in 1994 from co-founder Joanie Whitebird (the other owner was Joseph Lomax), there were only half a dozen left. Another 500 hardbacks were printed and bound but not numbered and signed. Of those at least 150 were completely lost to water damage during one of Houston's periodic floods. The wrappered edition was printed simultaneously with the casebound edition, though it is unclear to me how many wrappered copies were printed, or sold." A collection of the enigmatic, legendary songwriter's music and lyrics, with accompanying photos. John M. Lomax's introduction begins by describing how Caddo Parish Studdard III introduced him to Van Zandt in 1966 in Austin, and goes on to postulate that he may be one of the greatest songwriters of the twentieth century--a claim that was a bit audacious at the time of this book's publication, but one that is today accepted as a fact among folk music enthusiasts and scholars. Near Fine in photo illustrated boards with no dust jacket as issued.

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        A Christmas Recipe

      Verona: Plain Wrapper Press, 1977. 8vo, pp. 12, unpaginated. Original olive stiff paper wrappers with foldover flaps, title in brown to front panel. Sewn binding. Uncut and unopened. A fine, unread, unopened copy. Woodcut illustration by Fulvio Testa to [p.6] opposite the single page of text. First edition, one of 180 copies. 2pp. TLS FROM THE PRINTER RICHARD-GABRIEL RUMMONDS TO NOVELIST AND ART CRITIC FREDERIC TUTEN LAID IN, DISCUSSING THE RECENT MOVE OF THE PLAIN WRAPPER OPERATION TO VERONA, AND PLANS FOR THE PRINTING AND PUBLICATION OF BOOK. One of the pre-eminent handpress printers of the twentieth century, the American Richard-Gabriel Rummonds founded his Plain Wrapper Press in the mid-1960s. A meeting with Verona-based Giovanni Mardersteig, master printer at the Officina Bodoni, convinced Rummonds to move his operation to Verona in 1971. The letter accompanying the book is packed with information about the press in general, and this title in particular: 'Burgess wrote this poem one afternoon while visiting here in Verona. We have been very busy setting up a bindery in the small studio near the river.... We'll have one room for the presses and the other for a combination composing room and office. The studio is located on the ground floor, naturally, and all the windows face a small, but lovely garden. ... The Burgess/Tilson book [Will And Testament] is now being bound and we expect to start delivering the first copies next week. I really am very pleased with it...'. The limitation to the book reads: 'Natale 1977. One hundred and eight copies of this Christmas recipe (written by Anthony Burgess and illustrated by Fulvio Testa) were printed for friends of the participants on a Washington hand press by Richard-Gabriel Rummonds & Alessandro Zanella at the Plain Wrapper Press in Verona, Italy. Buon appetito!'. A lovely example, with an association to match.

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        International Memorial Paul Keres Chess Tournament 1977

      86 unnumbered pages with tables and diagrams. Small octavo (7 1/2" x 5 34/") bound in original publisher's stapled wrappers with original pictorial jacket. Original bulletins, 4 pages per round, plus 4 additional pages of adjourned games after rounds 3, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 15 and an additional 2 pages of adjourned games after round 5. Signed by all the participants on page one except Wolfgang Unzicker. First edition.An annual international chess tournament has been held in Tallinn every other year since 1969. Keres won this tournament in 1971 and 1975. Starting in 1977 after Keres' death, it has been called the Paul Keres Memorial Tournament. From 1991, the tournament has been held yearly and changed into a rapid event. From 1999 this tournament also had a women's section. In the past twenty years, apart from this rapid tournament, several other memorial tournaments have been played in honor of Keres. The first memorial tournament, this one, was won by Mikhail Tal with a score of 11 a full point ahead of second place finisher Oleg Romanisin. Third was captured by Aivar Gipslis with 9 1/2 points. Tied for fourth through sixth was David Bronstein, Boriss Gulko and Wolfgang Uhlmann each with a score of 9. Seventh through tenth with scores of 8 were Laszlo Vadasz, Hillar Karner, Wolfgang Unzicker and Dragoljub Verlimirovic. Alone in eleventh was Livo Nei with a score of 6.5, and descending order were Josef Pribyl with 6, Pertti Poutiainen with 5.5, Axel Ornstein with 5, Harry Pohla with 4 and Valter Heurer with 3.5.Condition:Signed on page one. Slight wear to jacket with a indiscernible spot to front wrapper, some rust bleading through from staples else a very good copy in like jacket.

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        EARTHSEA OMNIBUS & TEHANU (Very Fine Signed First Editions) TWO BOOKS

      Gollancz, London 1977 - Gollancz, UK. 1977 and 1990. This is the first omnibus edition of vols 1,2,3 of Earthsea, as well as the first UK edition of the fourth and final volume, Tehanu. The omnibus (very fine) is signed/dated 29.9.90, Tehanu (mint) is plain signed. . UK special delivery or international tracked/insured parcel post cost is significantly higher than quoted. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Libro de Buen Amor (Contorno)

      Espasa Calpe, 1977. Imitation Leather. Used; Good. Imitation Leather; Spanish language; No jacket; Folio - over 12" - 15" tall; good condition; number 0747 of a limited edition of 2000; owner inscription on flyleaf; full subtitle is 'Contorno historico y actual de hita y del Buen Amor'. HEAVY BOOK(S) 1.036kg. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent Royal Mail airmail.

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        Artilugi. Nos. 1 (December 1977) through 14 (March 1982) (all published).

      A complete run in 14 issues (each 8 pp.) of the Catalan art journal, under the editorial direction of Victòria Combalia, Alicia Suàrez, and Mercè Vidal, containing articles on Catalan culture, art, architecture, criticism, exhibitions, modern art movements, new art publications, and current issues in the art world, profusely illustrated throughout with reproductions from photographs, line drawings, and artworks. Tall 4to. Cloth boards, all issues bound in. Barcelona (Emporium) 1977-1982.

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        Ibsen (First Edition, inscribed to David Mamet and Lindsay Crouse in the year of publication)

      New York: Macmillan, 1977. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED to playwright and film director David Mamet and his then-wife, actress Lindsay Crouse, in the year of publication on the title page: "For two beautiful people / Lindsay and David / Harold Clurman / Dec. 21, 1977." A remarkable association, connecting three generations of historic figures in world theatre. Ibsen, the book's subject, was a Norwegian playwright who founded modernism in theatre, and is considered the "father of realism." Clurman, massively influenced by Ibsen, was one of the three founders of New York's legendary Group Theatre in 1931, a company that altered the shape of twentieth century drama, and bringing the talents of Clifford Odets, among others, to the fore. In later life, Clurman wrote many essays and reviews on David Mamet's earliest works, and was one of the first to champion Mamet's prodigious gifts (though he was not always complimentary). He once noted: "Mamet [demonstrates] genuine dramatic gifts. He possesses a tender sensibility and a keen sense of the stage. His plays shift in focus and in aim, as if they were meant not so much to interest or entertain us as to discover who he is." Finally the inscription is poignant in that it was made the year Mamet wrote "A Life in the Theatre" (a play Clurman did not particularly care for, though he continued to champion the playwright), four years prior to Mamet's first screenplay ("The Postman Always Rings Twice"), and seven years prior to his masterpiece ("Glengarry Glen Ross"). Finally, it was inscribed in 1977, the year Mamet met Crouse, to whom he would remain married until 1990, and who starred in his important first film, "House of Games," in 1984. Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket.

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        Goodbye Emmanuelle [Emmanuelle 3] (Original double weight photograph from the 1977 film)

      Paris: Trinacra Films, 1977. Vintage double weight photograph from the set of the 1977 film, shot by still photographer Etienne George. Shown are director François Leterrier and his crew to the left on a dolly, and actress Sylvia Kristel on the right in a state of semi-undress. The last film in the original "Emmanuelle" trilogy. An interior shot, apparently meant to be a barn as the ground is covered with hay, for a film shot on the Seychellois island of La Digue. Miramax film founders Bob and Harvey Weinstein acquired the rights to the film at the 1977 Cannes Film Festival, capitalizing on the popularity of what had become an international franchise, broadcasting a unique appeal as an erotic film series with feminist leanings. With slightly wide margins as issued. Photograph 9.5 x 12 inches (24 x 30.5 cm), image 6.25 x 10.5 inches (16 x 26.5 cm). In an archival mat. Mild creasing at a couple of corners, else Near Fine.

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        International Memorial Paul Keres Chess Tournament 1977

      Tallinna Linna Kehakultuuri - Ja Spordikormitte, Tallinn 1977 - 86 unnumbered pages with tables and diagrams. Small octavo (7 1/2" x 5 34/") bound in original publisher's stapled wrappers with original pictorial jacket. Original bulletins, 4 pages per round, plus 4 additional pages of adjourned games after rounds 3, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 15 and an additional 2 pages of adjourned games after round 5. Signed by all the participants on page one except Wolfgang Unzicker. First edition. An annual international chess tournament has been held in Tallinn every other year since 1969. Keres won this tournament in 1971 and 1975. Starting in 1977 after Keres' death, it has been called the Paul Keres Memorial Tournament. From 1991, the tournament has been held yearly and changed into a rapid event. From 1999 this tournament also had a women's section. In the past twenty years, apart from this rapid tournament, several other memorial tournaments have been played in honor of Keres. The first memorial tournament, this one, was won by Mikhail Tal with a score of 11 a full point ahead of second place finisher Oleg Romanisin. Third was captured by Aivar Gipslis with 9 1/2 points. Tied for fourth through sixth was David Bronstein, Boriss Gulko and Wolfgang Uhlmann each with a score of 9. Seventh through tenth with scores of 8 were Laszlo Vadasz, Hillar Karner, Wolfgang Unzicker and Dragoljub Verlimirovic. Alone in eleventh was Livo Nei with a score of 6.5, and descending order were Josef Pribyl with 6, Pertti Poutiainen with 5.5, Axel Ornstein with 5, Harry Pohla with 4 and Valter Heurer with 3.5. Condition: Signed on page one. Slight wear to jacket with a indiscernible spot to front wrapper, some rust bleading through from staples else a very good copy in like jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        O.T.O. Newsletter. Vol. I, No. 1. (May 1977) to Vol. III, No. 10-11 Winter 1979 & Spring 1980 (Double issue).

      Ordo Templi Orientis, Berkeley 1977 - Ordo Templi Orientis, Berkeley 1977/80. 4° [216 x 280 mm]. Mit Abbildungen. 532 S. geklammerte OBroschuren. [Erste Serie] des O.T.O. Newsletters in 9 Ausgaben über den Zeitraum. Herausgegeben von Caliph Hymenaeus Alpha [Grady Louis McMurtry]. - Heft No. 2 in 2. Auflage von 1978, der Rest erste Ausgaben [extra beiliegend Vol. I, No. 1, in zweiter Auflage von 1978 und Vol. I, No. 3 von 1977 (1. Auflage)]. Komplette Reihe des Newsletters bis Frühling 1980. Ab dann (wieder beginn bei Volume I): The Magickal Link. Official Monthly Bulletin of Ordo Templi Orientis. - Exemplare leicht bestoßen und teilweise gebräunt, schwache Faltspuren vom Versand, wenige Blatt mit kleiner Eckumfaltung, sonst gute Exemplare. Sprache : en

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        The Sword of Shannara Trilogy [3vols]

      Random House, 1977, Hardcovers, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, 1st Editions, Signed by Author, Illustrated By: Brothers Hildebrandt & Darrell K. Sweet. Size: 7¾" - 9¾" Tall, Copyright dates 1977, 1982 and 1985. All three volumes are first editions, first printings. All Three Volumes are Signed By the Author. Elfstones soon to become a cable series Ala Game of Thrones. Book 1-The Sword of Shannara, signed by the author on the inside flyleaf. Light pink and black cover over boards with red lettering and design on the front and on the spine. Illustrated by brothers Hillebrandt, foldout illustrations is intact. No tears, bent pages, nor any writing. Light Browning to the page edges. Dust Jacket, not price clipped, front and back inside flaps very top tips of the corners are bent also on the front inside flap lower corner is bent. Shelf wear to the edges and to the head and toe of the spine are moderate with very small chips out of the toe and along the top front edge of the front of the jacket. Dust jacket now in a clear protective cover. Book 2-The Elfstones of Shannara, Signed by the Author on the inside Flyleaf. Soon to be a cable series on MTV. Purple and black cover over boards with silver lettering and design on the spine. Illustrated by Darrell K Sweet. No tears, bent pages, nor any writing. A small Random House stamp on the bottom page edges. Dust jacket no tears, bent flaps, nor is it price clipped. Shelf wear to the edges and to the head and toe of the spine are minor. Dust jacket now in a clear protective cover. Book 3-The Wishsong Of Shannara, Signed by the Author On the inside Title Page. Blue and black cover over boards with red lettering and design on the spine. Illustrated by Darrell K. Sweet. Light gray inside covers front and back, a very small soiled spot on the lower bottom of the inside flyleaf. For edge pages are not cut. No tears, bent pages, nor any writing. Remainder Mark on the bottom page edges near the toe of the spine. Dust jacket no tears, bent flaps, nor is it price clipped. A small crease on the back lower right hand corner near the groove jacket shows bright and clean. Now in a clear protective cover shelf wear to the edges and to the head and toe of the spine are minor with very minor wear to the head of the jacket. All three volumes have bright clean text and illustrations, secure bindings, a much sought after, hard to find in first editions, first printings that have been signed by the author, even though Elfstones and the Wishsong's are remainders this trilogy still remains Rare and Collectible even more so now that Terry Brooks fine writing is now coming to the screen, Book to Movie & Signed

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        The Silmarillion, 1982 Super Deluxe Signed Limited Numbered Edition

      London: Allen & Unwin, 1977. Limited/Numbered. Full-Leather. Near Fine/No Jacket, as Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. The Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien. Published by Allen and Unwin in 1982. This is the Signed Super Deluxe Limited Numbered Edition. "This is copy number 83 of the first one thousand copies off the press of the first edition of The Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien, which were reserved for later publication in this collector's edition." A Near Fine example of the very hard to find Super Deluxe Signed Limited Edition issued to coincide with the fifth anniversary of the first publication of The Silmarillion. Wayne Hammond has commented that the records, though incomplete, indicate that probably only about 300 of the 1000 were actually bound and sold. So this is certainly one of the scarcest of the Tolkien 1st Editions, and is also signed by his son, the editor Christopher Tolkien. Collected and edited by Christopher Tolkien after his fathers death. Original publishers full red leather binding, with raised bands, gilt stamping, and top edge gilded as issued. The book features red silk ribbon marker bound in, raised bands and gilt stamped Title, Author, and Publisher on the spine. The front boards features the JRRT Monogram gilt stamped in single gilt ruled box. Blind stamp of the heraldic device Tolkien designed to represent Luthien Tinuviel to the rear boards. On the first free endpaper, the Publisher's Limitation Plate, gives the Limitation number of 83 of 1000, along with the signature of Christopher Tolkien. A striking example of a very hard to find book. Matches in size and style the 1987 Unwin Hyman Super Deluxe Limited Edition of the Hobbit. One small spot of foxing to the half title page, no previous owners name or any other writing. There are no other faults to the book, no offsetting, no scratches or shelfwear to the bottom edge of the boards. The slipcase is the original publishers slipcase with the book opening edged with matching red leather. Digital photo's available, inquire if interested. Other Tolkien books available, include both the UK and US editions, original cloth bindings, custom fine bindings, and Signed/Numbered/Limited Editions. Near Fine / No Jacket, as Issued.

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        Les Uniformes de Premier Empire. (Complete 10 Volume set).

      Paris: Grancher, 1977-1985. - Ten volume set. Color Illustrations of uniforms by Benigni, Boisselier, Feirst, Giffard, Hilpert, Huen, Job, Lapeyre, Laroux, Rene Louis, Rousseltot, Toussaint. French text. Vol. 1. La Garde Imperiale, Troupes a Pied. (Tome I); Vol. 2. La Garde Imperiale, Troupes a Cheval. (Tome II); Vol. 3. Les Cuirassiers; Vol. 4. L'Infanterie; Vol. 5. La Cavalerie Legere; Vol. 6. Dragons et Guides; Vol. 7. Etat-major et Service de Sante; Vol. 8. Gardes d'Honneur et Troupes Etrangeres; Vol. 9. La Maison de l'Empereur; Vol. 10. Fanfares et Musiques des troupes a Cheval 1640-1940. Oversize. Very Heavy set. Top edges foxed & soiled. Cocked. Vol 6 is bump at the heal of the spine. One jacket is nicked on a corner otherwise Fine. Near Fine/Near Fine Set [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Wood Engravings of William Blake. 17 Subjects commissioned by Dr. Robert Thornton for his Virgil of 1821. Newly printed from the original blocks now in the British Museum. Introduction by Andrew Wilton.

      - London: BM Publications Ltd., 1977. 8vo, introductory pamphlet and 17 woodcuts on special paper, each in an individual folder, all contained in a brown cloth folding box with black leather gilt-lettered labels on upper cover and backstrip. As issued. Limited to 150 sets, this superb reprinting of Blake's only woodcuts from the original blocks was executed by Iain Bain (the Bewick authority) and sold out immediately. Very few sets have since come to market as most were purchased by institutions. Bentley, BBS, p.262. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fortress Marin; An Aesthetic and Historical Description of the Coastal Fortifications of Southern Marin County

      (Santa Cruz: The Quail Press, 1977), 1977. First edition, number 205 of 240 numbered copies, signed by Killion. Fine copy.. 4to, brown cloth spine, salmon paper boards, printed paper label. 18 colored woodcuts and folding map. From the library of David & Valerie Belch.

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        Les funérailles de la grande mémé

      Grasset 1977 - - Grasset, Paris 1977, 14x23cm, broché. - Edition originale de la traduction française pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Rare envoi autographe signé de Gabriel Garcia Marquez, en espagnol, à un ami. Agréable exemplaire complet de sa jaquette illustrée. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition of the French translation which was not drawn large papers. Rare autograph signed by Gabriel Garcia Marquez in Spanish to a friend. Nice full copy of his illustrated jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Diary of An Artist

      Washington, DC: New Republic Books, 1977. Hardcover. VG/VG wear to extremities of dustjacket. Blue cloth with light bluish color pictorial dustjacket. 316 pp. 39 bw plates. INSCRIBED by Soyer to Will and Elena Barnet with a very detailed drawing of a woman's torso on the ffep under the inscription by Soyer. Includes Soyer's thoughts on European art he saw while on tour; conversations with people like Edward Hopper, Jack Levine, Leonard Baskin and Henry Moore.

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        Theologische Realenzyklopädie. Insgesamt 40 Bände. Herausgegeben von Gerhard Müller, in Gemeinschaft mit Horst Balz, James Cameron, Christian Grethlein, Stuart G. Hall, Brian Hebblethwaite, Karl Hoheisel, Wolfgang Janke, Volker Leppin, Kurt Schäferdiek, Gottfried Seebaß, Hermann Spieckermann, Günter Stemberger & Konrad Stock. Alphabetische Bände 1-36 (Aaron - Zypern). - Register zu Band 1-27. - Abkürzungsverzeichnis (2., überarbeitete und erweiterte Auflage). - Gesamtregister (Band 1: Bibelstellen, Orte, Sachen; Band 2: Namen).

      Berlin & New York: Walter de Gruyter 1977-2007. Insgesamt 40 Bände (Zwischenregisterband fehlt). Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen auf Tafeln sowie mehrfach gefalteten Karten. Gr. 8° (25 x 17 cm). Orig.-Halblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. Gebundene Ausgabe des größten deutschsprachigen Buchprojekts in Theologie und Religionswissenschaft im Ausgang des 20. Jahrhunderts und Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts. - Verlagsdarstellung: \"Die Theologische Realenzyklopädie (TRE) repräsentiert seit ihrer ersten Lieferung 1976 den Wissensstand der theologischen Forschung im Ganzen. In ca. 2000 Artikeln wird eine Vielzahl historischer und theologischer Einzelheiten in ihrem Kontext von Glaube und Denken, von Theologie und Religion dargestellt. Die TRE wird durch Register (Bibelstellen, Orte, Namen, Sachen) übersichtlich erschlossen. Mit ihren nun fertiggestellten 36 Bänden ist die TRE ein unentbehrliches Arbeitsmittel und Nachschlagewerk für Theologen, Geisteswissenschaftler und für alle an Religion und Theologie Interessierten.\" Auszug aus dem Vorwort des 1. Bandes von Carl Heinz Ratschow (für den Herausgeberkreis, 1977): \"Die Realencyklopädie für protestantische Theologie und Kirche - die RE - wurde von Albert Hauck in ihrer 3. Auflage, abgesehen von den Nachtragsbänden, mit dem 21. Band 1908 abgeschlossen. Die zwei Generationen von Theologen, die seitdem die theologische Forschung weitergetrieben haben, faßten die Ergebnisse ihrer Arbeit nicht enzyklopädisch zusammen. Es erschienen in dieser Zeit große Spezialwerke in den einzelnen Disziplinen oder kürzer gefaßte Nachschlagewerke. Eine Repräsentation der theologischen Forschung im Ganzen hat es seit Haucks Realenzyklopädie nicht gegeben. Wir sind der Überzeugung, daß eine solche Repräsentation gegenwärtig erneut in Angriff genommen werden muß. Das zeigt allein schon folgende Tatsache: Die theologische Forschung ist während der 50er und 60er Jahre insofern in ein neues Stadium getreten, als die Einzelfächer bewußter als in früheren Jahrzehnten nach dem Gesamtzusammenhang von Theologie fragen. Die Überzeugung, Theologie weder als Exegese noch als Historie oder Systematik hinreichend darstellen zu können, ist nahezu selbstverständlich geworden. Damit aber ist die Grundvoraussetzung dafür, theologische Forschung erneut als ganze sehen zu können und ihre Darstellung zu unternehmen, gegeben.\" - Maßgebliche Ausgabe. Ohne Schutzumschläge. - Ca. die Hälfte aller Bände mit vereinzelten Bleistiftanstreichungen/-anmerkungen auf ganz vereinzelten Seiten. Einband und Schnitte von Band 2 etwas fleckig. Einband von Band 4 leicht fleckig und von Band 18 etwas angestaubt. Vorderdeckel von Band 29 partiell mit Zeitungspapier beklebt. Insgesamt gut bis sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar. ISBN: 978311007499 Versand D: 11,00 EUR TRE - Theologische Realenzyklopädie. Insgesamt 40 Bände. Herausgegeben von Gerhard Müller, in Gemeinschaft mit Horst Balz, James Cameron, Christian Grethlein, Stuart G. Hall, Brian Hebblethwaite, Karl Hoheisel, Wolfgang Janke, Volker Leppin, Kurt Schäferdiek, Gottfried Seebaß, Hermann Spieckermann, Günter Stemberger & Konrad Stock. Alphabetische Bände 1-36 (Aaron - Zypern). - Register zu Band 1-27. - Abkürzungsverzeichnis (2., überarbeitete und erweiterte Auflage). - Gesamtregister (Band 1: Bibelstellen, Orte, Sachen. - Band 2: Namen). Insgesamt 40 Bände (Zwischenregisterband fehlt). Berlin & New York: Walter de Gruyter 1977-2007. Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen auf Tafeln sowie mehrfach gefalteten Karten. Gr. 8° (25 x 17 cm). Orig.-Halblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln. [Hardcover / fest gebunden].

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        Die Nachgänger [Erzählung]. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt von Erich Fried.1977.

      (Hamburg): Raamin-Presse, 1977. 24 (2) S., 1 Bl., 10 (5 ganzs.) farb. und 19 grüne Bildmarginalien in ORadierung von Roswitha Quadflieg. Fol., Handgebundener, grau-grün-roter OÖlmarmor-Papier-Pp. m. Lederkapital, Leder-RSchild m. RTitel in grauer Folien-Prägung in grünem OBütten-Pp.-Schuber (Ausführung: Chr. Zwang, Hamburg). Katalog \"Rijksmuseum Meermanno-Westreenianum\" 8; Katalog \"Zwanzig Jahre Raamin-Presse\" S. 70-75 (beide mit Abbildungen); Zwang, 60 Pressendrucke in Handeinbänden 39; Tiessen 10; Spindler 71.8. (8. Druck der Raamin-Presse). der Text der deutschen Ausgabe wurde dem Band \"Unter dem Milchwald. Ganz früh eines morgens. ein blick aufs Meer.\" von D. Thomas entnommen. In 80 num. Expl. (dazu 40 Expl. mit englischem Text) von R. Quadflieg in Madison-Antiqua in Oliv-Grün auf Zerkall-Büttenkarton gedruckt, Impressum von R. Quadflieg eh. sign. Typographie, Handsatz und Druck von R. Quadflieg auf der Handpresse. Jede Seite mit Liniensatz in Oliv-Grün und Rost-Braun. Handeinband von Chr. Zwang, Hamburg. Eins von 20 num. Expl. der deutschen Vorzugsausgabe mit lose beiliegender ORadierung der Seite 9, von R. Quadflieg numeriert und eh. sign. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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        Die Kunst des Orgelbauers - L`Art du Facteur d`Orgues, Band I: Text / Band II: Abbildungen, 2 Bände (= alles UND mit allen Beilagen), deutsche Übersetzung von Christoph Glatter-Götz, hrsg. und mit einem Nachwort von Richard Rensch,

      Lauffen am Neckar, Orgelbau-Fachverlag ISO Information, 1977, kl.4°, XXII, 575 S. mit wenigen s/w-Abb. und Illustr. / 270 Seiten mit 137 große, mehrfach ausklappbare Tafelseiten, davon fünf als lose Beilagen in der hinten Buchtasche), die Abbildungen sind in Originalgröße der Ausgabe von 1766 wiedergegeben, rote original Leineneinbände mit goldener Deckel- und Rückenbeschriftung, schöne, saubere Exemplare Mit den meisten fehlenden Beilagen: 1.) beidseitig bedrucktes Blatt `Korrekturen und Zusätze zum ersten bis vierten Teil (Textband)` / 2.) Blatt `Umrechnungstabelle Fussmass - metrisches Mass` / 3.) Maßstab `Zoll / cm`Versand D: 5,00 EUR Musik Musiker musizieren; Musikgeschichte; Musikwissenschaften Musikwissenschaft; Orgel Orgelmusik Organist; Orgel Orgeln; Orgelbau Orgelbauer

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        Derriere le Miroir: Richard Lindner, Signed Limited Edition.

      [Paris]: Maeght Editeur, 1977 Hardcover SIGNED. First limited edition. Unbound folded sheets laid into a paper-over-boards chemise in a matching slipcase with printed pastedown; all elements Fine. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. A monograph on the German-born American painter Richard Lindner (1901 - 1978) published in conjunction with an exhibition of his work at the Galerie Maeght in December 1977. The trade edition was issued as Maeght's periodical "Derriere Le Miroir" No. 226 Decembre 1977. This is a copy of the deluxe numbered edition limited to 150 copies, this being #50, SIGNED BY LINDNER in pencil on the limitation page. Essay by James Lord in English and French. 36 pages printed on velin d'Arches; 10 color and 4 b&w full-page plates + 5 smaller b&w reproduction; 11.5 x 15.5 inches. Exhibition checklist. Due to size and weight, international and expedited shipping will be more than quoted.

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        The Suppressed Introductory Chapter.

      [Totnes:] Privately printed,, 1977. Octavo, pp. 8. Original red wrappers, title to front cover black. A fine copy. Limited issue. Number 20 of 25 copies of the "suppressed" chapter, which was omitted from copies of Seven Pillars of Wisdom after the 1926 edition. It was first published separately in May 1939 in Oriental Assembly, a collection of miscellaneous writings by Lawrence. The chapter, in which Lawrence expresses his divided political loyalties and "bitterness and shame that Arab independence had been betrayed for colonial exploitation", was omitted from the book on the advice of George Bernard Shaw "for political reasons". Scarce, with three copies located on OCLC and one copy appearing at auction.

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        A second light.

      Newark, VT: The Janus Press 8vo (25.9 cm, 10.2"). [24] pp.. 1977 First edition of these poems from a professor at San Diego State University; the first piece is "La Jolla Shores." This is one of => 75 copies set in Gudrun Zapf's Diotima by Susan Johanknecht and printed on French-folded Fabriano paper, with the front cover being a portion of an original ocean-inspired => lithograph by Claire Van Vliet, done in blues, greens, white, and silver. Publisher's navy cloth, front cover with illustration on paper as above; spine very slightly sunned, outer front corners showing most minimal wear. => Van Vliet's lithograph bright and beautiful.

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        Engravings. With an Introduction by the Artist, and an Appreciation by Kenneth Clark.

      Small folio. Original blue buckram, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt; 151 pages of wood engravings, some tinted; a nice copy in the original marbled boards slipcase. One of 150 numbered copies, signed by Reynolds Stone and with an extra signed engraving.

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        Bosco Pisani Dossi: fiore di sambuco.


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        A Midsummer Night's Dream.

      4to. Newly rebound in half dark blue morocco, spine lettered and ruled in gilt and with gilt centre tools, top edges gilt, cloth of the original front cover and original dust-jacket bound in at the end; coloured title-page, double-page coloured border, 14 coloured illustrations, and numerous black and white illustrations, all by Arthur Rackham; a fine copy. This is the first edition of Arthur Rackham's illustrations of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream accompanied by the full text designed and written out by the calligrapher, Graily Hewitt. The work was commissioned by the Spencer Collection directly from Arthur Rackham and Graily Hewitt in 1929 and the manuscript was released for publication by the Spencer Collection of the New York Public Library for the first time for this edition.

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        Monthly magazine.] Publisher Andy Warhol.) Volume IX-XII, No.1-8 (1978-1982). 44 numbers in three volumes. (New York, Interview Enterprises, January 1978 to August 1982. Folio. Mit sehr zahlr., teils farbigen Abb. (Fotos, Anzeigen etc.) Schwarze Lwbde mit Rtiteln. - Beigegeben vier Einzelnummern. - Die gebundenen Jahrgänge in tadellosem Zustand, die Einzelhefte mit kleinen Randläsuren.

      - Durchgehende Folge von 44 Nummern der monatlich erscheinenden US-amerikanischen Lifestyle-Zeitschrift, die aus einer Mischung von Features und Interviews von und mit Berühmtheiten aus Kultur und Unterhaltung und einem hohen Anteil gewerblicher Anzeigen besteht, wobei der redaktionelle Teil (30%) und Anzeigen (70%) gestalterisch ineinander übergehen. Gegründet wurde "Interview" (teils mit dem Nebentitel "Andy Warhol's Interview") in New York von dem Pop-Art-Künstler Andy Warhol und dem Journalisten John Wilcock im Eigenverlag der Firma Andy Warhol Enterprises Inc. Die Zeitschrift gilt als Vorläufer heutiger Zeitgeist-, Lifestyle- und Fashion-Publikationen; vollständige bzw. größere durchgehende Teilstücke sind selten im Handel zu finden, besonders wie hier in diesem ungewöhnlichen Erhaltungszustand. Lose beiliegend die Einzelnummern No. 2/ Vol. VII (1977), No. 9, 10 u. 12/ Vol. VIII (1978). - "Die Titelseite wurde anfangs von dem Grafiker Richard Bernstein gestaltet, der Warhols signifikant grelle Bildsprache in einem pastellfarbenen Stil imitierte. Chefredakteur war zuerst Warhols langjähriger Assistent Gerard Malanga, der allerdings nach einer Diskrepanz mit Pat Hackett von Warhol durch Paul Morrissey ersetzt wurde. Als weiteren Redakteur engagierten Warhol und Morrisey den jungen Filmstudenten Bob Colacello. In der Anfangszeit führte Warhol die meisten 'Interviews' noch selbst, indem er auf Partys oder in Diskotheken wie dem Studio 54 einfach das Tonband mitlaufen ließ. Die Beiträge wurden oft unredigiert ins Blatt genommen. Während der 1970er Jahre erlebte die Publikation mit der aufkommenden Yuppie-Generation einen Boom. Neben Warhol und seinen Redakteuren verfassten im Laufe der Jahre zahlreiche Berühmtheiten wie Bianca Jagger oder Truman Capote eigene Beiträge in 'Interview'" (Wikipedia). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Juan Gris. 2 Bände (komplett). Catalogue raisonné de l`oeuvre peint établi avec la collaboration de Margaret Potter. [Werkverzeichnis / catalogue raisonne].

      Paris, Berggruen Editeur, 1977. 4°. 32 cm. LXXVI, 359, 515 Seiten. Original-Leinenbände mit goldgeprägtem Deckel- und Rückentitel. Nummer 652 von 750 (gesamt 800) nummerierten Exemplaren. Französischsprachige Ausgabe. Mit zahlreichen Illustrationen. Einbände leicht fleckig, Rückenbeschriftung etwas verblasst. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. Number 652 of 750 (total 800) copies of the limited edition. French language edition. With many illustrations. Cloth binding. Cover lightly spotted, title on spine lightly faded, otherwise fine copy. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Kunstgeschichte / art history; Werkverzeichnis / catalogue raisonne

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        Tenero è il mostro

      Rizzoli 1977 Luoghi e vita di Giacometti, Balthus, Sutherland, De Chirico, Shan, Maccari, Steinberg, Folon, Baj, Alechinsky, Janssen, Guarienti. Milano, Rizzoli, 1977. 4° picc.; pp. 337 non num. 5 su carta patinata pesante, con numerose illustraz. in nero nel testo e f.testo. Ril. t. pelle edit. con titoli al dorso, titoli e fregi in oro al piatto, sguardie in carta pesante vergellata. Esemplare della tiratura di testa limitata a XX esemplari con firma dell'autore al colophon, contenente in cartella in folio a parte sette litografie e acqueforti originali numerate e firmate a matita: Alechinsky, Maccari, Folon, Topor, Baj, Sutherland e Guarienti. Non comune edizione.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Prandi s.n.c.]
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        Mapamundi. - Der Katalanische Weltatlas vom Jahre 1375.

      Dietikon, Urs Graf 1977. - Gr.-Folio. 95 S., 1 Bl. Mit 6 losen faks. Tafeln. Orig.-Lederbd. mit OU in Pappschuber. Eines von 40 röm. num. Ex. (Nr. XXX) (Ges.aufl. 830 Ex.). - Faksimile nach dem Original in der Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, in sieben Farben nach dem Unikat Espagnol 30. - 12 Kartenblätter im Format 25x65 cm mit einer Gesamtdimension von 3 m Länge x 65 cm. Höhe. - Tadellos sauber. - Für Versandspesen bitte anfragen. Lang de

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        The Silmarillion. Edited by Christopher Tolkien. THE FIRST LIMITED EDITION. ONE OF 100 COPIES SIGNED BY CHRISTOPHER TOLKIEN

      Allen & Unwin [1977 - 1982] 8vo., First Edition, with 2 maps (one folding); handsomely bound in full red morocco, upper board blocked in gilt with JRT monogram, back with five raised bands, second and third compartments lettered in gilt, backstrip lightly sunned, one or two trifling scuffs at backstrip, tiny pull at head of backstrip, a near fine copy in publisher's custom leather and board slip case. EDITION LIMITED TO 1000 COPIES (THIS COPY NO. 36) OF WHICH THE FIRST 100 ARE SIGNED BY CHRISTOPHER TOLKIEN ON THE INTEGRAL LEAF. The first one thousand copies of the first edition [1977] were retained by the publisher for later issue [in 1982] as this so - called 'collector's edition'. THIS IS THEREFORE THE FIRST LIMITED EDITION OF THE WORK, WITH THE FIRST HUNDRED COPIES SIGNED BY TOLKIEN'S SON, CHRISTOPHER, WHO EDITED HIS FATHER'S MANUSCRIPT. EXTREMELY SCARCE; THIS IS THE FIRST SUCH COPY WE HAVE HANDLED IN OVER THIRTY YEARS. The map of Realms of the Noldor and the Sindar is placed facing page 128; the large folding map of Beleriand and the Lands to the North is tipped - in at rear. Hammond pp.228 - 229

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      Greenbrae, California: Clarworthy Colorvues, 1977. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+ binding. A clean copy of the first printing of this important photography "collection of found and recontextualized images taken from public and private American institutions, corporations, and agencies" ( A clean copy with some faint discoloration at the hinges from the binding glue, some faint spots to the edges of the textblock, and a couple of very unobtrusive rubbed spots to the cloth. In publisher's blue cloth with gilt titling, issued without dusjtacket. Mylar has been cut to protect the binding. Very Good+ binding.

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        Evangeliar Ottos III. - Signatur: Clm 4453 - Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Mnchen, Deutschland)

      Insel Verlag - Frankfurt -1978 1977 - Faksimile des Originals Evangeliar Ottos III. mit der Signatur Clm 4453 - Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Mnchen, Deutschland), auch bekannt als Evangeliar Ottos III. Evangeliar Otto III. *** Daten des Originals: 33.4 x 24.2 cm, 552 Seiten. Kloster Reichenau (Deutschland), Kurz nach 997. *** Buchschmuck: 1 doppelseitige Miniatur, 34 ganzseiten Miniaturen, 12 Kanontafeln und 4 ganzseitige Prunkinitialen. Das Evangeliar Ottos III., eines der Hauptwerke der ottonischen Buchmalerei, ist um das Jahr 1000 in der Abtei Reichenau am Bodensee entstanden. Es ist eines der eindrucksvollsten Werke mittelalterlicher Monumentalkunst. *** Mit dem Werk verbundene Namen: Kaiser Otto III., Liuthard-Werkstatt, Nach dem Tod Kaiser Ottos III., ging der Codex in den Besitz seines Nachfolgers, Kaiser Heinrich II. ber, der das Evangeliar dem Bamberger Dom stiftete. Im Zuge der S„kularisation von 1803 gelangte er in die Bayerische Staatsbibliothek nach Mnchen. Faksimile: 1 Band: Vollfaksimile des Originaldokuments (Umfang, Farbe und Gr"áe) *** Limitierung: 850 Exemplare. Faksimile mit 23kt Echtgold. Die Bl„tter sind originalgetreu randbeschnitten. Hellbrauner Original-Ganzledereinband auf 5 Bnden und Deckelpr„gung *** Kommentar: 1 Band (226 Seiten) von Fridolin Dressler, Florentine Mthernich und Helmut Beumann Sprache: Deutsch Transkription, šbersetzung der Evangelien mit 44 Abb. Format: 35 x 26 cm. Alle Preise inkl. MwSt. Die AGB und Widerrufsbelehrung finden Sie unter ?Anbieter- & Zahlungsinformationen? # Besuchen Sie uns in der Altstadt von Regensburg # Wir bieten mehr als 300 verschiedene Faksimile-Ausgaben an. Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns bei Fragen oder Wnschen - wir helfen gerne! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      28 March 1977, Cummington, MA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED filling an entire sheet of 8" x 10" paper to a collector regarding signing books and mentioning thirteen of his titles. In part: "After years of keeping all my work in print, Harcourt Brace J. has just allowed the earlier titles to lapse. I think that one can now get WALKING TO SLEEP, OPPOSITES, THE MIND-READER, Moliere's SCHOOL FOR WIVES and RESPONSES (prose pieces) in hard cover." Much more. Wilbur's calligraphic handwriting makes this an especially attractive piece. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        I, Claudius

      London: Paradine Press,, 1977. Octavo. Publisher's purple morocco,gilt lettered and banded spine, gilt Greek key border on covers, gilt stamps of a Claudian coin and facsimile signature on front cover, all edges gilt, single-line gilt turn-ins, grey endpapers. House in the original grey card slipcase. Folding genealogical table. An excellent copy. Signed limited edition, number 82 of 100 copies specially bound and signed by the author. Originally published in 1934, when it garnered both the Hawthornden and James Tait Black memorial prizes; this edition was issued in response to the huge success of the BBC television series.

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        Andy Warhol's Interview December 1977 Vol VII No 12

      New York: Interview Enterprises,, 1977. Folio. Original wrappers, titles to front wrapper in pink, yellow, turquoise, orange, purple, red and green. Paper lightly toned as printed on newspaper stock. First edition, first printing. Signed by Andy Warhol on the front cover across a photo of Mick Jagger dressed as Father Christmas carrying Iman and Paul von Ravenstein in a sack over his shoulder. The cover is designed by Richard Bernstein. Bernstein painted, sliced, and stencilled celebrity designs which graced the covers of over a decade's worth of Interview Magazine issues from 1972 into the mid 1980s.

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        Logan's Run: The Crypt (Original screenplay for the 1977 television episode, crew member's copy)

      Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1977. Final Draft script for the November 7, 1977 TV episode, "The Crypt," season 1, episode 7 of the science fiction series "Logan's Run." This episode is based on an original story by Harlan Ellison. Copy belonging to an uncredited crew member named Chuck Sereci, with his name in holograph pencil on the front wrapper. Logan (Harrison) and his partner Jessica (Menzies-Urich) discover an underground room (a crypt) with six cryogenically frozen survivors of the nuclear holocaust. Logan and Jessican attempt to rescue them in the midst of a series of earthquakes. "Logan's Run" (1977-1978) was a short-lived but notable sci-fi TV series, based on the 1967 novel by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson. Logan, a rebellious law enforcement agent, and his partner Jessica, the series main characters, are nearing the age of 30. In their futuristic society, the age of 30 is considered one's deathbed, so the two go on the run to find sanctuary and freedom from the dystopian society. Harlan Ellison had been writing for television since 1963 ("Ripcord"), and wrote for several notable series, including "The Outer Limits," "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour," "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.," "Star Trek," "The Twilight Zone," and "Babylon 5" (and its many spin-offs). The story "The Crypt" was finally published in the 2013 collection "Brain Movies: The Original Teleplays of Harlan Ellison (Volume 5)." Yellow titled wrappers, noted as FINAL DRAFT on the front wrapper, production No. 3304, dated September 2, 1977, with credits for story writer Ellison and screenwriter Hayes. Title page integral with front wrapper. 55 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 53. Mechanically reproduced. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, bound with two gold brads.

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        Altamirano Santiago de Chile 1977

      Galeria Cromo 1977 - Santiago, Galería Cromo,1977. Rústica, sin paginar, ilustrado con fotografías. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The psalms of David

      [Cambridge]: [Rampant Lion's Press]. [1977]. "One of twenty numbered (I-XX) copies bound in full vellum (this is no.XX), small folio, pp. 151, [1]; full vellum, t.e.g. gilt-lettered spine, inside gilt rules, housed in a more substantial publisher's slipcase than the regular edition; fine and bright. Designed by Sebastian Carter, printed on Barcham Green's paper, and published by Wm. Dawson & Sons as a ""Deighton Bell Edition."" The type used is the original roman designed by Eric Gill, text is that of Miles Coverdale, as revised for his Great Bible of 1539."

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        44 valutazioni

      Milano 1977 - Grafica pubblicata in occasione della prima mostra della serie di sculture "44 valutazioni" esposta l'anno seguente presso la Biennale di Venezia, 100 esemplari numerati e firmati, 100x70 cm

      [Bookseller: Giorgio Mastinu]
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