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        Cervantes Saavedra, M. de. El Quijote. Leido por Camilo Jose Cela.

      Valencia. Rembrandt.1979. 4 Kassetten. Fol. 42,5 x 42 cm. Rohboden in Original Prgt. - Kassetten mit Rückentitel. Vereinzelt gering fleckig. Bd. 1 Rückdeckel mit Feuchtigkeitsspur, Vorderdeckel etwas verzogen u. mit größerer rotbrauner Verfärbung. Bd. 3 Innengelenke teilw. eingerissen. Mit 160 ganzseitigen, sign. Or.- Farbaquatinten von Eberhard Schlotter.; - Eins von 300 (GA. 355) num. Exemplaren auf starkem Bütten. Monumentale illustrierte Cervantes-Ausgabe, jede der Aquatinten von Schlotter numeriert und signiert. Spanischer Text.Eberhard Schlotter (geb. 3. Juni 1921 in Hildesheim) ist ein deutscher Maler und Graphiker. Er lebt und arbeitet in Spanien und Deutschland. Schon während der Schulzeit in Hildesheim zeichnete und malte Schlotter. 1936/37 konnte er als Hospitant in die dortige Handwerks- und Gewerbeschule eintreten und Radieren (Kaltnadel) und Aquatintatechnik bei Wilhelm Maigatter lernen. 1952 unternahm er eine erste Spanienreise, 1956 kaufte er sich in Altea ein Bauernhaus, in das sie 1957 zweitweilig umzogen. Seit 1982 ist er Mitglied der Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Madrid. 1986 übernahm er eine Gastprofessur an der Universidad de los Andes, Bogota.Eberhard Schlotter (born Jue 3, 1921) works as an international painter in Spain and Germany. He is the brother of the sculptor Gotthelf Schlotter (1922-2007).Eberhard Schlotter, nacido el 3 de junio de 1921, en Hildesheim (Alemania), es un dibujante y grabador radicado en Altea (Espana). Schlotter nace en el seno de una familia de artistas. Es hijo mayor del escultor y profesor de arte Heinrich Schlotter (1886-1964) y de Irene Noak de Schlotter (1898-1987). Sus hermanos, el renombrado escultor Gotthelf Schlotter (1922-2007), asi como Georg y Jeanne Irene seran todos artistas. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Aquatinten; Literatur und Illustrierte Bücher, Spanische Geschichte; Spanische Literatur; Spanische Sprache

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        Car (Original screenplay for the 1979 film)

      N.p.: N.p., 1979. A first draft of an unproduced screenplay for "Car" by Terry Southern, based on the novel by Harry Crews. Near Fine in original red binding with a clear acetate cover, dated 1 June 1979, with a property notice for Joel L. Freeman of Cinnamon Productions in New York. Marked first draft, 164 pages, with no corrections. Some toning to the outer edges of the cover page. This work was heretofore unknown to us, and the screenplay was apparently never optioned. In a custom quarter-leather clamshell box. Rare.

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        Punk Rock Movie (Original handbill from the film's earliest showing in the London)

      London: Don Letts, 1979. Original handbill for the London premiere of the 1977 film documentary, held at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Cinema Club, preceding the New York premiere of the film by nearly 10 months. The definitive London punk documentary. Shot by Don Letts on 8mm film almost exclusively at The Roxy in Covent Garden, London, during the club's brief but blazing one-year existence. Featured in the film are some of the earliest performances by The Clash, The Sex Pistols, Wayne County, Johnny Thunders, and Billy Idol. Letts continued to edit the film after this showing, and the version that premiered in New York the following year ran 86 minutes. The most raw and timely documentary of the London punk scene--and certainly The Roxy itself--ever made. 8.25 x 11 inches. Near Fine.

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        Andy Warhol?s Exposures.

      New York: Andy Warhol Books / Grosset & Dunlap, 1979. First edition of Warhol's candid and engaging photobook. Quarto, original cloth. Signed by Andy Warhol with a doodle of a heart on the half-title, and additionally signed by Warhol on the dust jacket. Fine in a fine dust jacket. I don't think Studio 54 is like pagan Rome. I think it's like junior high school." This collection of Warhol's photographs includes wonderful sections on President Jimmy Carter, Truman Capote, Dali, Studio 54 and numerous celebrities, artists and musicians. The impromptu artistry of Exposures and other photobooks, expressing "the freewheeling existential exuberance and energy of Warhol... [became] a primary inspiration for the Japanese photobook" (Parr & Badger II:144).

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        Clair de lune

      , , 1979. Ottimo (Fine). Tecnica mista. cm 50x70. . Ottimo (Fine). .

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini]
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        THE UNLIMITED DREAM COMPANY (Immaculate Signed & Dated First Edition)

      Cape, UK 1979 - Pristine, unread copy of late 70s novel from the great J.G. Ballard. Superb boards as square as an American swamp country inbred with two teeth and a giant bib, a justly unselfconscious spotless spine, an unblemished holier-than-thou dust-jacket (covered in mylar) and clean untouched pages. SIGNED AND DATED BY THE AUTHOR ON THE 20TH OF OCTOBER, 1979, IN LONDON, WHEN I WAS, BRIEFLY WORKING AT FORBIDDEN PLANET IN LONDON. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Mapping of Australia

      London: Holland Press, 1979. First Limited to 300 Copies. Half Leather. VG+ to near Fine. 633 pp, profuse ill, end paper maps. This was the first volume in the Holland Press cartographic series. Extensive new index. Contains Tooley's map collection plus some new articles etc. Bookplate of G&N Ingelton. VG+ to near fine in orig. deluxe half leather over marbled boards binding.

      [Bookseller: Trophy Room Books]
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        Descent of Man: Stories

      Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1979. First Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good. First Printing of Stated First Edition. Author's First Book. Signed By Boyle directly on the title page. Light wear to covers, else book in fine condition; in very good to near fine dust jacket with mild wear.

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        Mommie Dearest (Original screenplay for the 1981 film, producer's copy)

      Los Angeles: Paramount Pictures, 1979. First Draft script for the 1981 film. Copy belonging to producer Frank Yablans, with his name in holograph pencil on the front wrapper. Yablans only two screenwriting credits are this film, and "North Dallas Forty" (1979, directed by Ted Kotcheff). A cult classic, based on Christina Crawford's (Joan Crawford's daughter) best selling 1978 memoir, about her childhood and trying to live up to her mother's high standards. Joan, who was a perfectionist at heart, struggled with alcohol, relationships with men, and the pressures of show business, and Christina and her brother Christopher bore the brunt of it all. The careers of both Joan Crawford and Faye Dunaway were on the decline at the time of release, but Dunaway's campy over-the-top acting gave the film life, and helped resurrect her career, while perhaps shedding new, unsavory light on Crawford. However it would be six years until Dunaway's next great performance, in Barbet Schroeder's 1987 film about Charles Bukowski, "Barfly." Set in Los Angeles and shot on location there, with several scenes shot at Joan Crawford's mansion. Gray studio wrappers. Title page present, dated June 15, 1979, noted as FIRST DRAFT (POLISH), with credits for screenwriter Getchell and novelist Crawford. 136 leaves, mechanically reproduced. Pages about Fine, wrapper about Fine bound with three gold brads.

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        Libro de la Montería que mandó escribir el muy alto y muy poderoso Rey Don Alfonso de Castilla y de León, último de este nombre, acrecentado por Gonzalo Argote de Molina

      Gráficas Soler 1979 - 35 x 25 cm. Edición facsímil de la Sociedad de Bibliófilos Andaluces, de la impresa por Andrea Pescioni en Sevilla, 1582. Prólogo de Juan Infante-Galán Zambrano con nuevas noticias de gran interérs cinegético. Edición no venal, limitada a 300 ejemplares numerados, que fueron distribuidos entre los miembros de la Sociedad. Ejemplar intonso, en perfecto estado. Papel de hilo. Reproducción de los gravbados en madera del original. En español. Book in spanish. El pago contrarrembolso lleva un recargo de 2 euros. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. Eight parts, bound in 6 Volumes, altogether comprising over 9100 pages of the legislative history of the landmark Clean Air Act. An invaluable resource for understanding this most significant environmental legislation. Very Good binding.

      [Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc.]
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      Random House, 1979. First Edition (first printing). The third novel by the acclaimed author of BLOOD MERIDIAN and THE ROAD, the story of a Knoxville, Tennessee fisherman who lives in a dilapidated houseboat on the river. Near Fine/Near Fine. A short closed tear at the head of the dust jacket front panel where it meets the front flap and incidental crimping at the head and foot of the spine. . 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

      [Bookseller: Bill Leone, Bookseller ABAA]
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        Rink, Arno. - Figurengruppe um Gerichteten.

      - Zeichnung / Federzeichnung, in schwarzer Tusche laviert, 1979. Von Arno Rink. 42,0 x 40,0 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Rechts unten in Bleistift signiert und datiert: "Rink 79". - Im Vordergrund nacktes Paar, im Hintergrund zwei Geistliche in Kutten vor einem offensichtlich gemarterten, kopfunter Hängenden. Charakteristische Arbeit des Künstlers. Seltenes figurenreiches Unikat. - Von kontrastreicher frischer Wirkung. Im oberen Rand rechts winziger Einriß hinterlegt. Sonst sehr guter Erhaltungszustand. Arno Rink (*1940 Schlotheim/Thüringen - lebt und arbeitet in Leipzig). Deutscher Maler, bedeutender Vertreter der Leipziger Schule. Ab 1958 Kunststudium an der Arbeiter-und-Bauern-Fakultät Dresden. 1961 zunächst erfolglose Bewerbung an der Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig (HGB). 1962-67 Studium an der HGB bei Werner Tübke, Hans Mayer-Foreyt, Harry Blume und Bernhard Heisig. Dann freischaffend in Leipzig tätig. Ab 1969 Aspirant bei Gerhard Eichhorn an der HGB. Ab 1972 Lehrtätigkeit, ab 1975 Dozentur ebenda. 1978-2005 Leiter der Fachklasse für Malerei und Grafik, 1979 Professor sowie 1987-94 Rektor der HGB. 2005 wurde er emeritiert. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Luigi Ghirri

      Milano - Parma: Feltrinelli - CSAC dell'Università di Parma, , 1979. Brossura (wrappers). Molto Buono (Very Good). A cura del Centro Studi e Archivio della Comunicazione Università di Parma, dipartimento Fotografia. Premessa di Arturo Carlo Quintavalle. Saggio introduttivo e schede di Massimo Mussini. Testi di Luigi Ghirri. Interventi di Franco Vaccari, Giulia Niccolai, Piero Berengo Gardin, Sergio Dahò, Jean Claude Lemagny, Michel Nuridsany, Ginette Blery, et al. Con 237 fotografie a colori. 8vo. pp. 238. Molto Buono (Very Good). Prima edizione (First edition). Secondo libro dell'Autore dopo Kodachrome.

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        The Book of the Hackle

      Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press [33 Montgomery Street], 1979. First edition, Number 77 of 85 copies leather bound with real Hackles. Printed by R.& R. Clark Ltd noted on slip laid in. Illustrated and with 29 real hackles tipped onto black paper at end of book. xxii, 140 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Full crimson morocco, by A.W. Lumsden. Fine in slipcase. First edition, Number 77 of 85 copies leather bound with real Hackles. Printed by R.& R. Clark Ltd noted on slip laid in. Illustrated and with 29 real hackles tipped onto black paper at end of book. xxii, 140 pp. 1 vols. 8vo.

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      Boston: Gregg Press,. 1979. cloth.. A fine copy without dust jacket as issued. Copies of this book signed. or inscribed by Heinlein are rare. (#140134). First edition. Presentation copy with signed inscription by Heinlein to the introducer and coeditor of the Gregg Press Science Fiction series. Includes Heinlein's novelette, "Destination Moon," his essay on the making of the George Pal film, reproduction of a 24-page illustrated promotional booklet, Facts About Destination Moon, and 13 full-page stills.

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        Happy New Year! Bonne Annee!

      Moscow.. 1979.. Color poster, 41 1/2 x 26 inches. Three small spots of tape residue to verso upper and lower edges, occasional light creasing from rolling, overall very good condition. A particularly attractive poster with a stylised Christmas tree and decorations set against a deep blue background; an adorable (Russian) bear and the Olympic rings form the base. .

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        The Magician of Lublin (Collection of three original title card maquettes for the 1979 film)

      Los Angeles: Golan-Globus Productions, 1979. Three original draft title card maquettes hand lettered by Harold Adler for the 1979 film. Based on the 1960 novel by Isaac Bashevis Singer. The three sketches show different approaches to the title, all distinct from the final lettering design used. Harold Adler was a calligrapher who created hand lettered titles on over 100 films, worked frequently with Alfred Hitchcock, and was a favorite of legendary title sequence designers Saul Bass and Pablo Ferro. In addition to "The Magician of Lublin" his credits include "Comanche!" (1956), "The Man with the Golden Arm" (1955), "The Seven Year Itch" (1955), "Carmen Jones" (1954), "Psycho" (1960), "The Birds" (1963), "In the Heat of the Night" (1967), and "Finian's Rainbow" (1969). In 2012, an exhibition of Adler's work was organized by noted typographer and design historian Jill Bell at the American Advertising Federation, Kansas City. At the turn of the Twentieth century, a Jewish stage magician and con man, whose career has been ruined by womanizing, gets one more shot at the big time by attempting to pull off a never before seen trick. Two leaves. First leaf: 19 x 18 inches. About Near Fine with creasing to the edges. Two designs, executed in black ink on white paper with a holograph notation to the side in blue pencil. Second leaf: 15.5 x 5.5 inches. Black ink on white paper. Near Fine, with holograph notations in blue pencil.

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        Dressed to Kill (Original screenplay for the 1980 film, working copy belonging to assistant director William Eustace)

      Los Angeles: Filmways Pictures, 1979. Revised script for the 1980 film. Copy belonging to second assistant director William Eustace, with his name in blue holograph ink on the title page, and his copious notations throughout, almost studious in nature. Eustace's notations detail scenes to be omitted, extras to be used, props on the set, even which scenes included stunt doubles. Working scripts used by people on- and off-scene are varied, particularly regarding notations with attention to detail, and this is an example how different those scripts can be. A defining De Palma film, suspenseful in the vein of Alfred Hitchcock and intense sexuality. The film begins with a very famous update on the "Hitchcock shower scene," with Angie Dickinson very plausibly filling Janet Leigh's role. The sixth of nine highly distinctive films De Palma made between 1973 and 1984. Dark green wrappers with the title and a credit for De Palma embossed on the front wrapper. Title page present, dated 10/10/79, noted as REVISED, with credits for screenwriter-director De Palma. 112 leaves, mechanically reproduced, with pink revision pages throughout, dated 10/10/79. Pages Very Good plus, wrapper Very Good bound with two gold brads.

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        Dat spannende Leesbook.

      Glogau Verlag Hamburg 1979 - Zustand gut. Leichte Gebrauchsspuren. Pappeinband. Kleiner Riss am Schutzumschlag. INHALT: Texte von Hansjörg Martin, Martin Beheim-Schwarzbach, Günter Harte, Friedhelm Werremeier, Detlef Wolf, Paul Henricks, Broder Ketelsen, Erwin Meyer, M.B.Kelten, Jacob Balhorn. Bis auf Martin und Werremeier alles Originalbeiträge. 150 S., Deutsch 295g

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        Signed 1979 David Hockney Artcurial, Gregory Evans Mourlot Lithograph

      1979 - "Artcurial, Gregory Evans" by David Hockney, Signed Lithograph printed in 1979. The overall is size of the Lithograph is 30 x 21 inches. The condition of this piece has been graded as A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Here is some supplemental information about the Lithograph: Original Exhibition Poster for David Hockney at Artcurial, Paris, 1979. Featuring Gregory Evans, 1976. Brian Baggotts Catalogue ref. no. 57. Printed on Arches paper, featuring a Mourlot blind-stamp. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Berlin-Archiv (Hrsg.v. Hans-Werner Klünner und Helmut Börsch-Supan) Band 1 - 22 und Registerband sowie Ergänzungsedition I bis XX. in zusammen 43 Ordnern. [Letzte bezogene Lieferung 27.12.01 Blatt 1270/1191/1929/001]

      Braunschweig Archiv-Verlag, Dezember - 27.12.2001. 1979 - 4°-quadratisch. Mit vielen farbigen Abbildungen und Reproduktionen oder Faksimiles alter z.T. unveröffentlichter Vorlagen (Dokumente, Karten, Pläne, Stadtführer usw.), jeweils mit erläuternden Texten. In 41 braunen Archivordnern zumeist im O-Schuber. (Die Original-Edition, nicht zu verwechseln mit der nach 1990 herausgebrachten, gekürzten Edition). Sehr gut erhalten. Kollationiert. Umfangreichste Dokumentation zur Berlin-Geschichte anhand der Wiedergabe von Originalen. In Epochengliederung zunächst begrenzt auf die Zeit bis 1945. In der Edition werden wichtige Berlin-Dokumente, Urkunden, Autographen, Erlasse, Plakate, Broschüren, Stadtpläne und Stiche als Faksimiles wiedergegeben. Kapitel 1: Handelsstadt - Hansestadt - Residenz (Rathaus Spandauer Straße; St.-Nikolai-Kirche 1899; Kurfürst Joachim II.; Sühnekreuz; Abbruch des Hohen Hauses; Innenansicht der Klosterkirche; Turmfront der Nikolaikirche; Hoher Steinweg 15 (Wirtshaus Alt-Berlin); Inneres der Nikolaikirche; Domkirche auf dem Schloßplatz; Gemälde von Lucas Cranach; Kardinal Albrecht von Brandenburg;) // Kapitel 2: Hauptstadt des brandenburgischen Kurstaates // Kapitel 3: Stadt der preußischen Könige // Kapitel 4: Unter bürgerlicher Selbstverwaltung // Kapitel 5: Reichshauptstadt und Weltstadt // Kapitel 6: Vororte bis zur Eingemeindung. Aus dem Vorw.: "Läßt sich die Geschichte Berlins nicht in Bildern allein darstellen, so wollen wir Ihnen doch anhand von unbekanntem und bekanntem Material einen illustrierten Querschnitt durch die Geschichte unserer Stadt bieten, soweit sie sich in Bildern und Dokumenten erhalten hat." // Die elf Bände Ergänzungsedition enthalten fast ausschließlich Faksimiles. Unter den hervorragend reproduzierten Faksimiles, die für sich allein schon einen beträchtlichen Wert repräsentieren, findet man äußerst umfangreiche Sammlung historischer Stadtpläne, Karten und Veduten wie "Der Teltowkanal" 1907, "Entwicklung des Berliner Stadtgebiets 1300-1920", "Berliner Sportplätze" 1928, "Lampes Plan vom Berliner Norden" 1827, "Plan der Einheitsgemeinde 1920", "Plan der Königlichen Residenzstadt Berlin" 1723, "Grundriß von Berlin" 1802, "Deutsch-Wilmersdorf im Jahre 1909", "Der Thiergarten bei Berlin im Jahre 1840", "Post-Karte von Berlin" 1874, "Karte des Polizeireviers von Berlin" 1837, "Postkurskarte von Berlin nach Wriezen" 1805, "Stadtplan von Spandau" 1913, "Plan des Friedhofs der Märzgefallenen" 1848, "Panorama von Berlin" 1840, "Selterscher Plan von Berlin" 1804 und 1846, "Berlin und Preußen um 1755", "Straubes Stadtplan 1876", "Plan des Parks von Klein-Glienicke" um 1862, "Monumentalplan von Berlin" 1896, "Revue-Plan vor dem Halleschen Thor" 1772, "Blick auf Berlin vom Thurme der Marienkirche", "Blick vom Windmühlenberg auf Berlin" um 1790, "Plan des Grundbesitzes des Reichs und des Preußischen Staats in Berlin" 1904, Olympia-Stadtplan 1936, Plan der Pfaueninsel 1810, Kiesslings Großer Verkehrsplan 1919, Straubes Plan von Lichterfelde 1915. - Bei den Werbebroschüren von Berliner Firmen finden wir: "Der Verlag Scherl" 1928, "Vorwärts" 1928, "Kennen Sie - The key to Berlin" 1931, "Spielwarenausstellungen bei Hermann Tietz" 1930, "Wertheim" 1936, "Deutsche Glasmosaik-Gesellschaft Puhl & Wagner" 1904, "Kaufhaus Jonass & Co." Weihnachtskatalog 1937, "Zenner. Restaurant in Treptow" 1932, Hotel "Der Fürstenhof" am Potsdamer Platz 1934, Lebensmittelprospekt "Bruchmüller" 1. Okt. 1914, Eröffnung "Haus Vaterland" 1928. - Eine ganze Reihe von Broschüren und Postkartenserien dokumentieren das Reichstagsgebäude und das Berliner Schloß, weitere Dokumente zur Berliner Baugeschichte sind die Broschüren "Julius Lessing: Zeughaus und Ruhmeshalle in Berlin" 1884, "H. Rudolf: Auf der Berliner Stadtbahn" 1882, "Die Berliner Stadtbahn. Linie - Bau - Betrieb" 1883, "Gartenstadt Berlin-Lankwitz" 1914, "Die preußische Haupt-Kadettenanstalt zu Lichterfelde" 1888, "Die Gartenstadt Berlin-Lichterfelde" 1914, "Führer durch das Museum für Meereskunde" 1939, "Julius Kohte: Das mi

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        Creepshow (Original screenplay for the 1982 film, signed by George A. Romero)

      Burbank: Warner Brothers, 1979. First Draft Script for the 1982 film, "Creepshow," directed by George A. Romero, written for the screen by Stephen King, and starring King, Hal Holbrook, Ed Harris, Ted Danson, Adrienne Barbeau, Leslie Nielsen, and E.G. Marshall. SIGNED by George Romero on the title page: "Stay scared! / George Romero." This an early draft, with the "Laurel Group" address on the title page. The Laurel Group was sold the film rights by Films Around the World at the point when Romero was picked to direct the film. In one of the most successful genre pairings of the 1980s, horror maestros Romero and King came together to write a five-story B-movie anthology that paid tribute to the great E.C. horror comics of the 1950s. The result was a film that belongs in a category with Mario Bava's 1968 "Danger: Diabolik!" and perhaps a few others, wherein the experience of reading a comic book is vibrantly translated to the screen. Another often-ignored fact is this an original screenplay by King, with only two of the five tales in the anthology ("Weeds" and "The Crate") based on short stories previously written by King. Black vinyl studio wrappers, stamped in gilt on the front wrapper. Title page present, with a date of 1979 (3 years prior to the film's release) and a credit for screenwriter King. Tiny holograph ink notation of a first name ("Karen") and a couple of phone numbers at the top of same, indicating that this was probably a working reference copy. 142 leaves, mechanically reproduced, white stock. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with two gold screw brads. In a custom quarter leather clamshell box.

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        Somewhere in Time [Bid Time Return] (Original screenplay for the 1980 film)

      Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1979. Draft script for the 1980 film, "Somewhere in Time," here under the working title (and the source novel title), "Bid Time Return." Based on Richard Matheson's 1975 novel. Richard Collier (Reeve) is a writer in Manhattan, who is fascinated by an old woman who whispers to him, "Come back to me." After some investigation, and the discovery of a portrait of the woman in a old hotel, he uses a form of self-hypnosis to find the actress who sat for the painting. Set in New York and Canada, shot on location in Chicago and Michigan. Nominated for an Academy Award, and winner of three awards from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films. Green studio wrappers, noted as production No. 00590, dated February 12, 1979. Title page present, undated, with a credit for screenwriter-novelist Matheson. 143 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 142. Mechanically reproduced on eye-rest green stock. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with three gold brads.

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        A Bend in the River

      Knopf, New York 1979 - First edition in fine condition with a like dust jacket, priced $8.95. Signed on the title page. Bright, clean and tight, both book and jacket appearing as new and never read. 278 pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Flowers in the Attic ( Plus AUTHOR SIGNED NOTE and SIGNED MOVIE TIE-INS)

      Simon & Schuster Trade, New York, NY, U.S.A. 1979 - 1st Edition/1st Printing hardcover (with complete number line on cp page). Also includes laid-in a handwriten SIGNED note (ANS) from author (on her personal notecard stationary) : "The fourth book in the 'Dollenganger' series will be out in '83 - titled 'The Seeds of Yesterday', V.C. Andrews". Light foxing to page edges. DJ has small closed tear on top near spine. $12.95 price present on DJ flap; mylar protected. Attached to front end page is a B&W photo SIGNED by ELLEN BURSTYN (played 'Grandmother' in 2014 TV movie version of novel). Also laid-in is a card SIGNED by KAYLA ALPERT (screenwriter on 2014 film version). Attached to first fly page is a color image card of movie poster that has been SIGNED by JEFFREY BLOOM (Director and screenwritter of the 1987 film version of novel). Attached to page opposite fly page are cards SIGNED by LOUISE FLETCHER (played 'Grandmother' in the 1987 fim version) and a card SIGNED by VICTORIA TENNANT (played 'Mother' in the 1987 film). Very nice copy of Andrews first novel with author signed note and movie tie-ins for the Andrews--Flowers fan or collector. Very scarce signature. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Random House, New York 1979 - First edition in near fine condition with a like dust jacket, priced $12.95. Signed and inscribed [3 lines] "For . All the best Cormac". Book is square, binding is tight and pages are crisp and clean. Dust jacket colors are bright and sharpe. If read, it was done with great care. 471 pages. Photos on request. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Wolfmueller's Books]
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        Service Of All The Dead (signed by author)

      Macmillan, 1979. 1st edition. Hardcover. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in fine dustjacket, a very nice copy of the fourth Inspector Morse novel.

      [Bookseller: Shellhouse Books]
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        A WKCR benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall, April 1, 1979 (Original Poster)

      New York: Carnegie Hall, 1979. Original poster for a WKCR Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall, featuring Philip Glass, Steve Reich, John Cale, Leroy Jenkins, The Model Citizens, and others. April 1, 1979. Fine condition, on archival linen. In the 1970s and 1980s, Carnegie Hall--as well as forward-looking radio stations such as WKCR and WNYC--hosted a number of important performances by Steve Reich, some of which were formal debuts (e.g., "Music for 18 Musicians" in October 1978), and others that were creative combinations of important avant-garde artists (Sun Ra, John Ashbery, David van Tieghem). This particular performance brought together a stellar grouping that included classical composers (Philip Glass), art rockers (John Cale), and avant-garde jazz (Leroy Jenkins). One of a number of events produced by critic and historian Tim Page. 23 x 35 inches. Rolled, on archival linen. Fine.

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        Interview Magazine, vol. IX, no. 9. Deborah Harry by Richard Bernstein. Signed by Andy Warhol on cover

      New York, 1979. 1 vols. Folio. Toned. About very good. 1 vols. Folio.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Andy Warhol's Exposures

      New York: Andy Warhol Books, 1979. hardcover. very good/very good. Warhol, Andy. Profusely illustrated by Andy Warhol in black and white. 255 pages, 4to, black cloth (sun-faded along the top and bottom edges), dust wrapper (gently worn), mylar sleeve. New York: Andy Warhol Books, (1979). A very good copy in a very good dust wrapper. Boldly inscribed in black marker on the half-title page: "to glenn love Andy Warhol." Below the inscription is a large drawing by Warhol of a heart with a double line down the middle.

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        Service of All the Dead

      London: Macmillan, 1979 - The fourth Inspector Morse title. Light bump to rear point, else a fine copy in a fine dustwrapper. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Carpe Librum]
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        The Postman Always Rings Twice (Two Original screenplays for the 1981 film)

      Los Angeles, CA: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1979. Two draft scripts for the 1981 film. One is a Second Draft script, dated December 1979, the other is an Agency script in promotional printed wrappers, undated. Directed by Bob Rafelson, and based on the 1939 novel by James M. Cain, "Postman" was one of the gems of early 1980 cinema (along with "The Verdict") and neo-noir, and brought David Mamet to the attention of the filmmaking world, leading to his working not only as a screenwriter but an important director. Mamet's grim update of Cain's classic hard-boiled novel was somewhat panned on release, but is today held in high regard, and is considered a major influence on the genre. Shot on location in Santa Barbara, California. Script one: Red studio wrappers. Title page present, dated December, 1979, noted as SECOND DRAFT, with credits for screenwriter Mamet and novelist Cain. 123 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 121. Photographically reproduced. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with two gold brads. Script two: Black printed wrappers. Title page present, undated, with credits for screenwriter Mamet and novelist Cain. 118 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 117. Photographically reproduced. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, perfect bound. Silver, pp. 441-442. Spicer, p. 434.

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        Straight Life: The Story of Art Pepper (Signed First Edition)

      New York: Schirmer Books, 1979. First Edition. First Edition. SIGNED by Art Pepper on the front endpaper. An astounding and underappreciated jazz autobiography. In just a few years, Pepper established himself as one of the greatest alto saxophonists of the be-bop era, often thought of as second only to Charlie Parker, and certainly a prime innovator in the West Coast jazz scene. But beginnning in 1954, difficulty with drug use caused Pepper to be incarcerated almost constantly (four separate terms) until 1965. Toward the end of his life he managed to stay clean, and during that time wrote this autobiography with his wife Laurie. The autobiography serves not only as a portrait of a great jazz artist, it is also a great document of not only the jazz world of the mid-century, but also the world of drug users and criminals on the West Coast during that time. Soon after publication of this book, Don McGlynn released the documentary, "Art Pepper: Notes from a Jazz Survivor," which featured extensive interviews with Pepper, his wife, and others. Pepper died only three years after the book was published, in 1982, and signed copies are rare. Fine in a bright, about Near Fine dust jacket, with a touch of wear to the jacket crown.

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        Where the Buffalo Roam: A Movie Based on the Life of Hunter S. Thompson (Original screenplay for the 1980 film)

      Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1979. Draft script for the 1980 film, more than a little loosely based on Hunter S. Thompson's obituary for his closest associate, Oscar Zeta Acosta, a.k.a. Dr. Gonzo, "The Banshee Screams for Buffalo Meat," which appeared in October 1977 issue of "Rolling Stone." An early draft, preceding the film's release by 18 months. A film that, despite being an unholy mess, represents in retrospect an intersection of ideas and talent, as well as the first of many messy attempts to commit to celluloid the basically un-filmable life and work of Hunter S. Thompson. Bill Murray, at this time little more than a droll comedic sensation, arguably made the first step toward becoming the four-dimensional icon he is today, though not necessarily by intention. Both Murray and Thompson had serious concerns about the quality of Kaye's script, and at the beginning of filming both Thompson and Ralph Steadman came onto the set as "executive consultants." Though the author says he did little other than "wander around and fire machine guns," his influence on Murray was profound. The actor became obsessed with his idol, and by all accounts became one with him. During production, Murray and Thompson engaged in a series of dangerous one-upmanship contests, including a Houdini-inspired stunt where Thompson tied Murray to a chair and threw him into a swimming pool. Murray nearly drowned before Thompson pulled him out. The pair's obsession with the film's poor script and continuity led to a hasty final addition of a voice-over narration and two explanatory scenes at the film's end. Three days prior to release, a press screening was canceled because the film was still being edited. When Murray returned to the Saturday Night Live set in the fall of 1980, he was still immersed in character, complete with long black cigarette holder, dark glasses, and nasty habits. One of the show's writers said that Murray "...was not Bill Murray, he was Hunter Thompson. You couldn't talk to him without talking to Hunter Thompson." (Doug Hill and Jeff Weingrad, "Saturday Night Live: A Backstage History," William Morrow, 1989) Red studio wrappers, dated May 23, 1979 on the front wrapper, with the Universal Studios logo as called for. Title page present, with credits for Thompson, screenwriter Kaye, and producer-director Art Linson. 167 leaves, eye-rest green, mechanically reproduced. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with three gold brads.

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        The Right Stuff - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1979. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Cloth. 0374250324 . A Fine first printing of the first edition in alike dust-jacket, minor edgewear. Boldly SIGNED with added drawings by author Tom Wolfe on the title page; Principal practionioner of "The New Journalism," author Tom Wolfe's "The Right Stuff" is a page turner of a book about the pilots engaged in U. S. Postwar experiments with experimental rocket-powered, high-speed aircraft. Wolfe wrote that his "book grew out of some ordinary curiosity about what makes a man willing to sit up on top of an enormous Roman candleÂ… and wait for someone to light the fuse." In 1980, Wolfe won the National Book Award and in 1983, "The Right Stuff," was adapted into the film of the same name, which starred Scott Glenn and Ed Harris. The film adaptation won four Academy Awards .

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        Discrete Applied Mathematics / Discrete Applied Mathematics and Combinatorial Operations Research.

      Asterdam, Elsevier, 1979-2000. Bände 1 - 107 und Register zu den Bänden 1-92 in 53 Bänden.ISSN: 0166-218x. Titel rückseitig gestempelt und Buchrücken mit Bibliotheks-Signatur-Schild. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

      Royal Society of Chemistry, 1979. Hardcover. New. SKU: MM-60239693; EAN: 9780851869605

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      Alain et Francoise Chaffin, Meudon, FRANCE. ND (circa 1979). - 354pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Text in French and English. With a bibliography. This beautiful volume by noted African art scholars Alain and Francoise Chaffin is the first comprehensive stylistic study of the wood and metal reliquary statues of the Kota-associated peoples of Gabon and the Congo. It covers the comparative aesthetic and technical aspects of these sculptures as well as the historical and cultural aspects of their creation. A handsome, lightly used example of this exceedingly uncommon, authoritative reference bearing a few nicks to the foredge of the first few pages, a slight dent at the beginning of the top edge of the textblock, and whose dust jacket shows a diagonal soft crease through the inside front flap along with some light wear and creasing along the top and bottom edges. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arcana: Books on the Arts]
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        The East African Hunters

      Clinton, NJ: Amwell Press, 1979. First Edition Limited to 1,000 Copies. Hardcover. Fine/Orig Slipcase Near Fine. Bob Kuhn. The very first in the National Sporting Fraternity Amwell Press African Hunting Heritage series. Dyer was not only a noted professional hunter and author but he served for a long time as President of the East African Professional Hunters Association. One of the very best African big game hunting titles. Fine in fine orig slipcase but with former owner's raised blindstamp on limited edition page.

      [Bookseller: Trophy Room Books]
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        A Time to Heal - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      New York: Harper & Row, Publishers. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1979. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Cloth. 0060112972 . A Fine first printing of the first edition in equally unblemished dust-jacket, signed and dated 3/3/04 by author Gerald Ford directly on the front fly leaf; A Time to Heal is at once the autobiography of a political career and the human story of a dedicated but unassuming man propelled by history into taking on the immense burdens of the Presidency. It is a dramatic, forthright and firsthand account of a decent man's effort to knit together a nation fragmented by Watergate and a White house staff often contentious and badly bruised by the legacy of the Nixon years. There are light moments as well, of family fun, irreverence, pleasure and warmth .

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        1979 Marc Chagall Derriere le Miroir, no. 235 Cover Lithograph

      1979 - "Derriere le Miroir, no. 235 Cover" by Marc Chagall, Unsigned Lithograph printed in 1979. The overall is size of the Lithograph is 15 x 11 inches. The conditon of this piece has been graded as A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Here is some supplemental information about the Lithograph: Original cover lithograph from Derriere le Miroir, number 235, 1979. Published by Maeght, Paris. Measures 15 x 11 inches. Miro began producing pochoirs, etchings and lithographs from the 1930’s onward. His work was deemed to be of exceptional quality and so, upon bequest of the highly reputated publishers Aimé Maeght, his pace accelerated in the 1960‘s. Miró was active very active in print-making in Paris during the 20th Century, working closely with Master Printer Fernand Mourlot.

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        Heisig, Bernhard. - Krieg. - 24 Lithografien zu Ludwig Renn. - "Krieg".

      - Lithografie / Kreide- & Pinsellithografie, 1979. Von Bernhard Heisig. Auflage Exemplar Nr. VII/X. 47,8 x 35,9 cm (Blätter). Jedes Blatt in Bleistift signiert. Das Impressum handschriftlich nummeriert. - Zu Ludwig Renn's Roman zum Ersten Weltkrieg. - Eines von 10 römisch nummerierten Exemplaren für Künstler und Verlag. - Die einzelnen Blätter tadellos erhalten. Der Umschlag partiell unscheinbar angeschmutzt sowie die Ecke links oben mit kleinem Fleck. Der originale Pappschuber oben leicht eingerissen. Insgesamt in gutem Zustand. Bernhard Heisig (1925 Breslau - 2011 Strohdehne). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. Einer der wichtigsten Repräsentanten der DDR-Kunst. Bildet mit Werner Tübke und Wolfgang Mattheuer die berühmte Trias der Leipziger Schule. Ab 1954-68 Dozent an der Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig. Dort 1961 zum Professor ernannt und als Rektor gewählt. Von 1956-59 Vorsitzender des Verbandes Bildender Künstler (VBK) im Bezirk Leipzig. 1976 Rückkehr an die Hochschule. Zu seinen Schülern gehören u.a. Hubertus Giebe, Arno Rink und Neo Rauch. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: GALERIE HIMMEL]
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      Macmillan, [1979]. - First edition. Fine in price-clipped dust jacket. The fourth book in the series. The parish of St. Frideswide remains at peace until the murder of the churchwarden followed by an apparent suicide. Morse and Lewis are on the case but are they being led by facts or rumors? As they dig into the lives and unsanctified lusts of the late vicar's erring flock, the list of the dead grows longer. Jealousies and tensions abound. While Morse is wrestling with the quagmire of respectable hypocrisy around the church, it appears that a serial killer is at work. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        YOSEMITE AND THE RANGE OF LIGHT. Introduction by Paul Brooks.

      NYGS, Boston 1979 - Oblong folio, 28 pp. of text, 116 full-page plates. Fine in the photo-illustrated dust jacket. SIGNED by the photographer on the half-title page. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd., ABAA]
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