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      Milano Franco Maria Ricci Editore 1981 Due Volumi 4° grande. Pagine 96 + 100 Legatura in tutta seta nera con titolo in oro ai dorsi ed ai piatti, ed un'illustrazione applicata al piatto anteriore di ciascun volume. Ogni voume. è conservato nel cofanetto editoriale. Al colophon del secondo volume firma autografa dell'autore. Edizione originale, di quattromila copie numerate e firmate (il nostro esemplare è il n° 3635). Scritto, in un corsivo di impronta semitica inventato, e illustrato dall'artista romano Luigi Serafini tra il 1976 ed il 1978, il 'Codex Seraphianus' è ormai diventato un libro di culto, amato in tutto il mondo per la sua capacità evocativa e per la prorompente inventiva delle sue immagini (centinaia di disegni riprodotti a colori). 'L'enciclopedia di unvisionario', come ebbe a definirlo Calvino; una sorta di codice miniato, che esplora in modo assolutamente personale e surrealista le varie branche del sapere e dell'esperienza di un mondo immaginario, alieno al nostro, ma che lo riflette palesemente. Come sottolinea Franco Maria Ricci in una sua comunicazione al lettore su foglio volante allegato al Codex, il primo volume di questa enciclopedia è 'dedicato alle scienze della natura (botanica, zoologia, teratologia, chimica, fisica e meccanica)', mentre il secondo è 'dedicato alle scienze dell'uomo (anatomia, etnologia, antropologia, mitologia, linguistica, cucina, giochi moda e architettura).' Esemplare perfetto.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Segni nel Tempo]
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        Det tavse land. Fotografier fra Danmark.

      Gennemillustreret. København 1981. Tvær-4°. 101 sider. Med et ganske lille knæk på både for- og bagomslag

      [Bookseller: Mandøes Antikvariat]
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        Conjunctions: Set of Volumes 1-14

      Conjunctions New York: Conjunctions. 1981-89. First. Fourteen volumes, all first editions. Owner name in volume 1 else fine in fine dustwrappers. A splendid set of this hardcover literary journal. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Journal of H.M.S. Resolution 1772-1775

      Genesis Publications, 1981.. Half-Leather. Fine. Original crimson half morocco with 5 bands, gilt lettering and decoration to spine. Gilt decorated motif of H.M.S. Resolution on top board and gilt signature motif of Cook on lower board . Marbled end and paste down pages. Gilt edges lightly marked. Colour frontis plus 12 other plates, 5 colour with tissue guards. Missing the slip case. A sumptuous facsimile of Cook's own log of his second voyage circumnavigating the globe at very high southern latitude and crossing the Antarctic Circle. Number 41 of 500 copies. Pp. 806. Photographs available on request.

      [Bookseller: Old Books and Maps]
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      Northouse & Northouse Dallas: Northouse & Northouse, 1981. First Edition. broadsides. Fine in case as issued. A collection of 8 folio broadsides and title page ranging in size from 13" x 17" to 13" x 19" and printed on heavy paper of various colors with all but two of the broadsides illustrated and each individually SIGNED by the author. This is Copy "F" of 26 lettered copies of a total editon of 126. Contributors are John Updike ("Two Sonnets"), Allen Ginsberg ("Capitol Air" - - Ginsberg has also made a single word holograph correction to the text), Linda Pastan ("Mother Eve"), Howard Nemerov ("Landscape with Self-Portrait"), Heather McHugh ("From 20,000 Feet"), William Stafford ("Geography Lesson"), William Heyen ("Mother and Son"), and Scott Davison ("Soft Salvation"). The five printers are The Red Ozier Press, The Meadow Press, The Press of A. Colish, The Press of W. Thomas Taylor, and the Wind River Press. Housed in a plexiglass box especially made for this publication and allowing the portfolio to be hung on a wall with one of the broadsides displayed.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, ABAA ]
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        The complete set of 35 facsimile editions of English illustrated children's books from the Osborne Collection , as under. Including : Goody Two Shoes, Old Nurse's Book of Rhymes, In Fairyland, A Book of Nonsense, Adventures of Two Dutch Dolls.

      London: The Bodley Head, 1981.. The complete set of 35 facsimile editions of English illustrated children's books from the Osborne Collectiion, Toronto Public Library. These beautifully produced facsimiles bound in either cloth, boards, or wrappers, each contained in the original slipcase; some of the slighter works share a slipcase as issued. Sizes 12mo to folio. Extremely fine in every respect. Thirty-five volumes, as under. Together with the companion volume "English Illustrated Books for Children. A Descriptive Companion to a Selection from the Osborne Collection. Edited by Margaret Crawford Maloney, Toronto Public Library" - " ....the selections chosen for this series of reproductions from the Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books reflect important landmarks and representative styles that have advanced the technique and quality of illustrative art". The 35 titles are: Orbis Sensualium by J. A. Comenius (1777); Goody Two Shoes (1766); A New Years Gift for Little Masters & Misses. Illustrated by Bewick (1777); The Birth-day Gift or the Joy of a New Doll by E. B. Upton (1796); The Death and Burial of Cock Robin (1806); The Moving Adventures of Old Dame Trot and Her Comical Cat (1807); The Butterfly's Ball and the Grasshopper's Feats by William Roscoe, Illustrated by Mulready (1807); The Peacock 'At Home' by C.A.T. Dorset, Illustrated by Mulready (1808); The Mansion of Bliss, a New Game for the Amusement of Youth by T. Newton (1810); Diamonds and Toads or Humilty Rewarded, and Pride Punished (ca. 1810); Scripture Histories; from the Creation of the World, to the Death of Jesus Christ (ca. 1825); Jack and Jill, and Old Dame Gill (ca. 1830); A Visit to the Bazaar (1818); The Ocean and its Inhabitants, with their uses to Man (1844); The Traditional Faery Tales of Little Red Riding Hood, Beauty and the Beast & Jack and the Beanstalk. Illustrated by Thomas Webster (1845); The Gallant History of Bevis of Southampton. Illustrated by Frederick Tayler (1845); A Mournfull Ditty on the Death of Fair Rosamond. Illustrated by John Absolon (1845); The Sweet and Pleasant History of Patient Grissel. Illustrated by John Franklin (1845); Hop-O'My-Thumb and the Seven-League Boots by George Cruikshank (1853); Old Nurse's Book of Rhymes, Jingles and Ditties by C.H. Bennett (1858); The New Picture Book being Pictorial Lessons...for Children under Seven Years of Age by Nicholas Bohny (1858); The Dog's Dinner Party (ca. 1870); In Fairy Land, a Series of Pictures from the Elf World by Richard Doyle (1870); Sing-Song by C. G. Rossetti, Illustrated by Arthur Hughes (1872); The Alphabet of Old Friends by Walter Crane (1875); Puss in Boots by Walter Crane (1897); A Book of Nonsense by Edward Lear (1875); Under the Window by Kate Greenaway (1878); Kate Greenaway's Calendar (1884); Cinderella with Five Set Scenes and Nine Trick Changes (ca. 1880); The Diverting History of John Gilpin by William Cowper, Illustrated by Randolph Caldecott (1878); The Babes in the Wood by Randolph Caldecott (1879); The Nursery 'Alice' by C. L. Dodgson, Illustrated by Sir John Tenniel (1889); The Baby's Own Aesop by Walter Crane (1887); The Adventures of Two Dutch Dolls by B. H. Upton, Illustrated by F. K. Upon (1895);

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