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        Yours For The Telling

      Paris, Kickshaws, 1982. First Edition. One of 100 numbered copies signed by the artist and the designer of this first illustrated edition of Yours For The Telling. The text is hand set in Garamont, and the illustrations have been hand printed by Kickshaws. Bound in publisher's original color illustrated wrappers. Soft Cover. Book condition: Book fine, Dust jacket fine.

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        Le Alfa Romeo Di Vittorio Jano

      Milano: Autocritica, 1982.. First Edition. Red Cloth. Very Good/Good. Square 4to Signed by Authors 255pp., many b/w illus.. Italian text. Ronald 'Steady' Barker's copy, with inked dedications from Valerio Moretti and Griff Borgeson to title page. Some shelfwear, bumping to boards, edgewear, rubbing, some loss to leading edges of dj..(scans available on request) Includes contributions from Luigi Fusi, Enzo Ferrari, Griffith Borgeson. Scarce, fascinating title. [sh]

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        The English Landscape Garden. Series Title.

      New York, Garland, 1982. 29 volumes in 33. The complete series in pristine condition: 1. Dydymus Mountain (i.e., Thomas Hill), The Gardeners Labyrinth, London 1594; 2. Gervase Markham, The English Husbandman (Books I & II), London 1613 & 1614; 3. William Lawson, A New Orchard and Garden, London 1618; bound with John Marriott, Knots for Gardens, London 1625; bound with Ralph Austen, A Treatise of Fruit-trees together with The Spirituall Use of an Orchard, Oxford 1653; 4. Isaac de Caus, Wilton Garden, London c1645; bound with de Caus, New and Rare Inventions of Water-Works, London 1659; 5. John Worlidge, Systema Horti-culturae: or, The Art of Gardening, London 1677; 6. Jean de La Quintinie (trans. John Evelyn), The Compleat Gard?ner, London 1693; 7. Timothy Nourse, Campania Foelix, London 1700; 8. Franois Gentil (trans. George London & Henry Wise), The Retir?d Gard?ner, London 1706 (2v.); 9. John Laurence, Gardening Improv?d, London 1718; 10. Stephen Switzer, Ichnographia Rustica: or, The Nobleman, Gentleman, and Gardener?s Recreation, London 1718 (3v.); 11. Batty Langley, New Principles of Gardening, London 1728; 12. Robert Castell, The Villas of the Ancients Illustrated, London 1728; 13. Stephen Switzer, An Introduction to a General System of Hydrostaticks and Hydraulicks, Philosophical and Practical, London 1729 (2v.); 14. Robert Morris, An Essay upon Harmony As it relates chiefly to Situation and Building, London 1739; bound with John Trusler, Elements of Modern Gardening, London 1784; 15. John Serle, A Plan of Mr. Pope?s Garden, London 1745; bound with Gardens at Richmond, Kew, and Environs, London ?1730-60; 16. The Gardens at Stowe, London 1732-97; 17. Jean Denis Attiret (trans. Joseph Spence), A Particular Account of the Emperor of China?s Gardens Near Pekin, London 1752; bound with William Shenstone, Unconnected Thoughts on Gardening and A Description of the Leasowes, London 1764; bound with George Mason, An Essay on Design in Gardening, London 1768; 18. Horace Walpole, The History of the Modern Taste in Gardening, London 1827; bound with Walpole, Journals of Visits to Country Seats, Oxford 1928; 19. Thomas Whately, Observations on Modern Gardening, London 1770; 20. Joseph Heely, Letters on the Beauties of Hagley, Envil, and the Leasowes, London 1777; 21. William Watts, The Seats of the Nobility and Gentry in a Collection of the most interesting and Picturesque Views, London 1779; 22. William Mason, The English Garden, London 1783; 23. Ren Louis de Girardin (trans. Daniel Malthus), An Essay on Landscape, London 1782; bound with A Tour to Ermenonville, London 1785; 24. William Angus, The Seats of the Nobility and Gentry in Great Britain and Wales, London 1787; 25. William Mavor, New Description of Blenheim, London 1793; 26. Humphry Repton, Fragments on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, London 1816; 27. George W. Johnson, A History of English Gardening, Chronological, Biographical, Literary, and Critical, London 1829; 28. J.C. Loudon, An Encyclopaedia

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      Limited Editions Club (New York): Limited Editions Club, (1982). First Edition. Hardcover. Very mild sunning to the spine. Fine in a Fine slipcase. Henry Pearson. Tall octavo (7-1/4" x 12") bound in full vat-dyed, dark-brown leather consisting of a top-grain aniline skin. The 8 illustrations by Henry Pearson, adapted from prehistoric carvings found just north of Dublin, are original graphics printed directly from relief engravings. The selection includes eight early and previously uncollected poems as well as a preface and memoir by Heaney. One of 2000 numbered copies SIGNED by Heaney, Pearson, and Thomas Flanagan who wrote the introduction. The nature of the leather of this binding leads to some variation in color and texture. Monthly Letter laid in.

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        Stubble Burning

      Limited edition. Poems by Roland Gant. Five wood-engravings by Roland Phipps. Bound in flax canvas. Number 15 of 25 sets containing a set of artist's proofs including one extra engraving in a matching portfolio. Spines slightly sunned, still fine condition in near fine slipcase. Hard Cover. Book condition: Fine. Signed by author and artist

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      Delacorte Press NY: Delacorte Press, 1982. First edition, first prnt. Signed and dated "Christmas 1998" by Vonnegut on the front free endpage. Additionally, Vonnegut has drawn a caricature self-portrait in profile on the page; his signature and date are within the full-page drawing. Board cloth with trace of rubbing, lower front board corner with a soft bump, small faint dampstaining on the topedge; dustjacket with few shallow tiny wrinkles, a faint dampstain at the spine bottom edge and just-beginning extremity toning. Very Good+ condition in a Very Good+ dustjacket with a Durafold mylar cover. The image is of the actual book described and not a stock photo.

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      Oxford: Sycamore Press July 1982. [Oxford]: Sycamore Press, [July 1982].. Sewn printed wrappers. Fine. First edition of the poet/novelist's first book[let], preceded by the 1975 Sycamore Broadsheet 22. Signed by the author on the title panel.

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        The Moons of Jupiter [Hand Corrected Galley Proof]

      no publisher (No place: no publisher. 1982). First. Magazine galley proof. Folio. Four sheets of paper folded once at the center. Staple holes in first sheet and light paper clip indentation to all, else fine. The galley proof from the autumn issue of The American Scholar with substantial holograph corrections by Updike on each page. .

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        Faksimile - Codex Guta-Sintram. Bibliothèque du Grand Séminaire, Strasbourg, Ms. 37. (2 Bde.).

      2° (36 x 27 cm), 326 S., 230 teilw. ganzseitige farb. Bilder; Kommentarbd.: 240 S., Geprägter Rindsledereinband (Kommentarbd. HLdr.), Minimal beschienen, sonst tadellos. Vergriffen! Nr. 334 von 980 Exemplaren. Eine Kostbarkeit romanischer Buchkunst. Juwel romanischer Buchmalerei. Der Codex Guta-Sintram ist eine der kostbarsten Handschriften des Elsaß, die wegen ihres Alters, ihres außergewöhnlichen romanischen Buchschmucks und ihres hochinteressanten Inhalts zu den Kulturschätzen von europäischem Rang zählt. Auch die Tatsache, daß Schreiber, Illustrator sowie Entstehungszeit bekannt sind, trägt zur Sonderstellung dieser einzigartigen Handschrift bei. Ein ungewöhnliches Teamwork Der Codex Guta-Sintram ist das gemeinsame Werk der Augustiner-Chorfrau Guta von Schwarzenthann und des Augustiner-Chorherrn Sintram von Marbach in der Nähe von Schwarzenthann. Die schöne Schrift stammt aus der Hand der Guta, während Sintram den wundervollen Buchschmuck mit ganzseitigen Bildern und zahllosen großen und kleinen Initialen ausführte. Gemeinsam vollendeten die beiden 1154 das prächtige Werk und weihten es der Jungfrau Maria. Das Kloster Marbach im Oberelsaß wurde 1089 durch Manegold von Lauterbach gegründet, der dort die Augustiner-Chorherren ansässig machte. Dieses berühmte Kloster war danach Ausgangspunkt und Zentrum vieler bedeutender Neugründungen am Oberrhein, in Süddeutschland und in der Schweiz. Eine in ihrer Art einmalige Handschrift Der Codex Guta-Sintram ist ein Gebetbuch, das dem Gebrauch der Damen des Klosters Schwarzenthann diente. Aber damit ist er nicht ausreichend gewürdigt, denn er sprengt die engen Grenzen eines Gebetbuches: Er enthält auch Hinweise zum Lebenswandel und Lebensunterhalt der Chorfrauen; er diente als Rechtsbuch, denn er beinhaltet auch eine Abschrift päpstlicher Privilegien für den Konvent. Auch auf die Zeiteinteilung der Klosterinsassinnen wird eingegangen, denn es finden sich genaue Anweisungen zum Gebrauch des Kalenders und zur Berechnung des Osterdatums sowie ein umfangreicher Kalender mit dem Martyriologium. Dazu enthält das Buch ein auf die Monate aufgeteiltes, architektonisch gegliedertes Verzeichnis der in Marbach und Schwarzenthann verstorbenen Äbte, Pröpste, Mönche, Priorinnen und Nonnen. Weiter gehören zu diesem einmaligen Werk eine Sammlung von Predigten zum Tagesevangelium (ein Homiliar) und schließlich auch die Augustinerregel mit dem Kommentar des Hugo von St. Victor sowie die Consuetudines, eine Sammlung der im Kloster Marbach üblichen Gewohnheiten und Bräuche. Dazu kommt noch ein illustriertes Kalendarium. Romanische Tips für gesundes Leben Das wichtigste Element des Codex Guta-Sintram ist der aufwendig gestaltete Kalender, der über 70 Seiten der Handschrift reicht und die reichste Ausstattung erhalten hat. Die Seiten sind mit sich über die ganze Doppelseite hinziehenden Bildstreifen mit Initialen und Tierkreiszeichen und Dreiergruppen von Personen geschmückt. Auf Spruchbändern sind verschiedene medizinische, pharmakologische und gesundheitliche Ratschläge festgehalten, wie etwa Vorschriften für den Aderlaß oder Ratschläge für Essen und Baden. Empfohlen werden je nach Monat Arzneien pflanzlicher und tierischer Herkunft, heilkräftige Mischungen sowie Diätspeisen. Dieser mit Witz und Humor gestaltete diätetische Monatskalender gibt einen einmaligen Einblick in die klösterliche Pharmazie und Medizin des Mittelalters. Ein damit vergleichbares Beispiel gibt es weltweit nicht. Der Kommentarband Das große Ereignis der Faksimilierung dieses wichtigen Werkes war Anlaß zu einer umfassenden wissenschaftlichen Untersuchung der Handschrift, die auch vom Nationalen Forschungsinstitut in Paris unterstützt wurde. Folgende Experten haben mitgewirkt: die Herausgeberin, Dr. Béatrice Weis, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Strasbourg; Dr. Pierre Bachoffner, Strasbourg; Dr. Gérard Cames, Strasbourg; Abbé Jean Châtillon, Professor am Institut Catholique, Paris; Abbé Raymond Etaix, Bibliothekar der Facultés Catholiques, Lyon; Marie Popin, maître-assistente der Universität Strasbourg; R.P. Joseph Siegwart O.P., Professor an der Universität Freiburg i.Ü.; R.P. Luc Verheijen O.S.A., maître de recherche au C.N.R.S., Paris; Michel Parisse, Professor an der Universität Nancy; Robert Will, Chefarchitekt der Gemeinde Strasbourg und Cyrille Vogel, Professor an der theologischen Fakultät der Universität Strasbourg.

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        FIRENZE. Presentazione di Giovanni Spadolini.

      Editore: Editalia Roma 1982 Vol. di pp. 280 stampate su carta a mano filigranata., cm 42x32. Legatura in cuoio, coperta a sbalzo, dipinta a mano. Borchie di metallo sul retro, nervi, fregi e tit. in oro sul dorso. Custodia rigida con parte ant. e post. ill.e a col.. Esemplare n° 488.

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        2010: Odyssey Two

      Phantasia Press Huntington Woods, Michigan: Phantasia Press. 1982. First. First edition. Fine in very near fine dustwrapper in original slipcase (see below for slipcase condition). One of 650 numbered copies Signed by the author, this copy unnumbered. Additionally Inscribed by Arthur C. Clarke to his protege, one-time secretary, and longtime friend Ian Macauley; "For Ian, to cheer you up on your 50th birthday (lucky guy!) and to prove that I've not forgotten Atlanta in '52 -Affectionately, Arthur. 4 Ap '89." Clarke sent the book to Macauley from Sri Lanka, using the novel method of pasting wrapping paper over the slipcase and addressing it to Macauley, with predictable results -- the addressed paper is still attached and one end of the slipcase has been cut away, apparently when the package was opened. Macauley was the dedicatee of Clarke's first published hardcover novel, Islands in the Sky (1952), and was an award-winning New York Times journalist. He also edited Clarke's book of collected essays, Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds! (2000). A nice association copy of this novel. Apparently the reference to 1952 in the inscription refers to Clarke's 1952 visit to Macauley in Atlanta, where he wrote the last chapter of Childhood's End, reportedly after discussions with Macauley. Basis for the 1984 film, written and directed by Peter Hyams, and featuring Roy Scheider, John Lithgow, Helen Mirren, Bob Balaban, and Keir Dullea (reprising his role from Stanley Kubrick's classic 2001: A Space Odyssey). .

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      Hyperion Press (New York): Hyperion Press. 1982. First. First edition. Oblong folio. Cloth clamshell portfolio containing a bifolium limitation leaf and fifteen (15) photographs, each numbered and Signed by the artist. One of 100 numbered copies (there were also five lettered copies). Slight rubbing to the cloth, still fine, and internally immaculate. .

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        E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial

      G.P. Putnam's Sons New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. (1982). First. Uncorrected proof. Slight abrasion on the front wrap, near fine in wrappers. Signed by Kotzwinkle on the title page. A novelization prepared by Kotzwinkle from the Melissa Mathison screenplay for Steven Spielberg's blockbuster film. .

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        Indemnity Only (Uncorrected Proof, Signed)

      Dial Press New York: Dial Press, 1982. First Edition. UNCORRECTED PROOF, preceding the First Edition, Near Fine in wrappers and SIGNED by the author on the title page. An unread, clean copy, with only a single corner crease to the top front panel. The author's first book, and the only proof copy we have ever encountered.

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      Aperture Millerton, NY: Aperture, 1982. First ed. Shore, Stephen. Oblong 4to., 63 pp., 49 full-page color photographs. A near fine copy in the color illustrated dw. These large format color photos from 1973 through 1981 were responsible for placing the photographer in the vanguard of the "new color photography.

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        Baseball's 3000-Hit Men: A Book of Stats, Facts, and Trivia

      Gemmeg Press Brooklyn: Gemmeg Press. (1982). First. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author in the year of publication to Cliff Kachline, Historian of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, who merits a special thanks in the book's acknowledgments page. According some sources the man most responsible for the existence of SABR. .

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        A is for Alibi Through U is for Undertow (EXCEPT B is for Burglar and C is for Corpse) - All Signed

      New York: Holt/Putnam, 1982. Nineteen titles, all first edition, first printings. This is the full set of the Alphabet series from A to U, EXCEPT for "B is for Burglar" and "C is for Corpse." "A" published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. "D" thru "O" published by Henry Holt. "P" thru "U" published by Putnam. All nineteen books have author's signature. A and D have laid-in bookplates signed by Grafton. The remaining books are signed by Grafton in black marker on the title page, except for three (Q, S, U) which are signed on the front fly-leaf. These books have been examined carefully and their conditions described in detail in their individual listings, which also have at least one bookseller photo each. Thirteen of the books are in F/F condition; three are F/NF; one is NF/F; one is VG/NF; and one is VG/F. Please see those individual listings for condition descriptions. This is quite a nice set of the Alphabet series, lacking only the B and C titles. This lot price reflects a 15% discount from the total cost if the books were purchased individually. Every book is protected in a clear archival cover. We will be happy to supply additional photographs upon request.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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      North Tawton: The Morrigu Press. NF. 1982. Limited Edition. Softcover. Sewn in grey Fabriano Del-Sarto wraps with paper label bearing titles on upper cover, internally clean and bright, number 14 of an edition of 75 copies printed at the Morrigu Press in Centaur on Fabriano Michaelangelo paper and signed by Hughes on the limitation page, with a colophon drawn by Leonard Baskin. , The Morrigu Press was founded in 1979, when Ted Hughes' sister, Olwyn, gave his son, Nicholas, her Albion hand press and a large fount of Monotype Centaur. Olwyn, who together with her brother had been publishing limited editions of his work under the Rainbow Press imprint, had bought the press in the early 1970s, planning to experiment with design ideas for books. However printing proved more complicated than expected and so she gave the press to her nephew. Nicholas had learned printing and bookbinding at school, had discovered a talent for it and so set about printing limited editions of his father's work. Ted Hughes was a talented illustrator, but The Morrigu Press publications are almost the only place where his illustrations were published. The exceptions being the Rainbow Press book, 'Earth Moon', and, as a single drawing of a bull, on or in Moortown Elegies and the trade edition of Moortown Diary. , 9.75" by 6.75", Unpaginated pp .

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        A IS FOR ALIBI

      NY: Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1982 Uncorrected proof for the first edition. Signed by Grafton on the title page. Perfect-bound blue printed wraps. Small date stamped two times on topedge, minimal soiling on topedge and foreedge, shallow crease on front wrap bottom corner (not immediately apparent) and narrow 1.5 inch (purple) dampstain on spine. Very Good+ condition. Signed by Author. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Galley/Proof. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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        Keeping Faith - 1st Edition/1st Printing (Limited)

      Bantam Books New York: Bantam Books. Fine+. 1982. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 0553050230 . A special Limited Edition in Very Fine condition in the original dark blue cloth in Fine matching slipcase, SIGNED by US President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Jimmy Carter with his full signature "Jimmy Carter" on the limitation page; The problems that Jimmy Carter faced in the White House were tremendous. This book gives a very thorough and honest review of the major challenges confronting President Carter in the late 1970s. He brought to the Oval Office a habit he shared with two of his 20th century predecessors, Nixon and Truman - that of writing daily entries in a diary. This he maintained, thankfully, throughout his presidency. It is from these entries that his memoirs are constructed; Signed by Author .

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        Elizabeth Bishop: A Memorial Tribute

      Albondocani Press New York: Albondocani Press. 1982. First. Two page proofs and various ephemera related to publication. Loose sheets attached with a staple. Fine. Quarto and octavo page proofs along with proofs of the spine label and an alternative half-title and prospectus. A previously uncollected tribute distributed in a limited edition of 212 copies. .

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        A" is for Alibi: A Kinsey Millhone Mystery

      NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1982. hardcover. F/F+. 1st edition, 1st printing INSCRIBED by author on title page. An outstanding copy! We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. See KHBOOKS for details.

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        Secret Haiku

      NY: Red Ozier Press, 1982. Hardcover. Very good. A fine copy in publisher's gilt pictorial iridescent orange cloth produced by Twelfth Night Bindery,five illustrations by Noguchi including a double page plate; printed in four colors in Goudy's Deepdene types on handmade paper formed by Twinrocker Mill. Number 28 of 155 copies signed by Noguchi and Ford on the half title. The press' first book and one more uncommon titles. A scarce collaboration between one of the most celebrated twentieth sculptors and the great voice of Surrealism in America.

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      Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation Nottingham: Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation, 1982. First edition. Printed wraps. Foreword by Ken Coats. Signed & dated "March 25, 1997" by Vonnegut on the front wrap. 16pp pamphlet containing an address originally delivered at St. John the Devine Cathedral in NYC in '82 and donated by Vonnegut to the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation even though he didn't hold the copyright. Reproduces Vonnegut's letter to Coats explaining that the Cathedral owns the rights but "they wouldn't have the balls to sue." Fine condition. Vonnegut's signature slightly smeared. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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        China Diary

      Thames and Hudson Ltd London: Thames and Hudson Ltd. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. FIRST EDITION, WITH AN ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH SIGNED BY DAVID HOCKNEY. One of only 1000 copies signed by Spender and Hockney. With the original folding five-color lithograph ("Red Square and the Forbidden City") signed in pencil by Hockney loose in printed card sleeve; book with 158 illustrations, 84 in color. London: Thames and Hudson Ltd, 1982. Quarto, original red cloth gilt, original card slipcase with printed label. Slipcase very good with some rubbing and spotting; book, lithograph, and folder fine.

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        A Discription And playne discourse of paper. From a Sparke of Friendship and Warm Goodwill written by Thomas Churchyard, Gent, London, 1588

      Los Angeles: Printed to celebrate the 75th birthday anniversary of John H. Urabec, 1982 First edition in this format. The colophon states: "Five copies only printed on Urabec-Hoffman all-rag handmade paper by members of the Columbian 415 Chappel in April, 1982." (Another issue states on the colophon: "Twenty copies printed and bound by members of Columbian 415 Chappel in April, 1982.") This copy is inscribed by the printer, Richard J Hoffman, "For Bela—a real craftsman. Bound by Bela Blau in quarter brown morocco over marbled boards. Folio. 51 cm. . Light shelfwear, but very good to fine.

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        Cantus Sanctus

      Santa Fé: Amaranth Press, 1982. First edition.. Hardcover. Fine. Yes. 4to. xvii, 77pp. No. 26 of 90 copies (from a total edition of 110 copies). Bound by the Harcourt Bindery in quarter white vellum, gilt titles on the spine and upper bard, patterned paper boards . Dark green endpapers. Printed on handmade paper especially made for this edition by Twinrocker Paper Mill. The typeface is Jan van Krimpen's Lutetia, cast by Joh. Enschedén in Haarlem. Initial letters opening the Latin verses were designed by Mark Livingston and hand-colored at the press. Contains the Latin text of the medieval hymns Dies irae, Stabat mater dolorosa, Stabat mater speciosa, Veni Sancte Spiritus, Veni Creator Spiritus, Vexilla Regis, and Te Deum (all from Analecta hymnica Medii Aevi, Leipzig, 1886-1922), together with 18 translations of those hymns. Linnea Gentry moved her Amaranth Press from San Francisco, where she had established the it in the mid-1970's. Aside from her commission work, she published one fine book during her New Mexico years: this one. It is a masterful example of fine bookmaking celebrating sacred verse. It was featured not only in an exhibition at the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fé but highlighted in Smith's 'Passions in Print'. This is a fine copy of a superb example of fine printing.

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        Vanishing Breed. Photographs of the Cowboy and the West

      Little Brown and Company Boston: Little Brown and Company. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION, DELUXE ISSUE, one of only 30 copies reserved for the exclusive use of the authors and publisher (out of an entire edition of 780). Signed by both the photographer Allard and the writer McGuane. Profusely illustrated with full page reproductions of Allard's photographs of the American West. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1982. Oblong folio, original half-calf over linen boards; original slipcase with mounted photograph. Provenance: from the library of the noted German photographer Michael Ruetz with his stamp on copyright page. Stamp bleed through to title and offset on dedication page. A little bit of rubbing to spine, otherwise fine.

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        [Screenplay]: Nothing Lasts Forever

      New York: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Broadway Pictures. 1982. Screenplay. Quarto. 70pp. Screwbound in black duplicating service wrappers with gilt lettering. Near fine with some light wear and rubbing to the wrappers. The screenplay for the unreleased cult film by Tom Schiller, an original Saturday Night Live writer responsible for many of its early taped segments, including "Java Junkie" and "Don't Look Back in Anger" (notable for an aged John Belushi as the last surviving SNL alumnus dancing on the graves of fellow cast members). This surreal film follows a young artist returning to New York, now run by the Port Authority, and his subsequent recruitment by an underground tramp community that secretly rules the world. The picture starred Zach Galligan as the artist with appearances by Dan Akroyd, Imogene Coca, Mort Sahl, Eddie Fisher, and Bill Murray in an early film role as a "menacingly-friendly" lunar bus host. According to Schiller, the film was made to get SNL producer Lorne Michaels out of an MGM development deal: "I think they thought it was low budget or something to get off the hook of their contract, but I had total freedom. No one was watching hardly and I got to make a personal film with a studio crew." The film was at first accepted for entry at Cannes but a poor test screening and the film's own quirky style, which interspersed black and white stock footage of New York with new color scenes of the underground, ultimately doomed the film's release. Aside from an appearance on late night TV in Europe, the film was not released theatrically or to home video. The film was rediscovered by audiences after Murray insisted it be included in a retrospective of his work, creating a demand for its release on DVD for which MGM has so far not responded. OCLC locates no copies. .

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        The Unknown Islands, Life And Tales Of Henry Swanson - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Cuttlefish VI Unalaska, AK: Cuttlefish VI. Fine. 1982. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. A clean First Edition/First Printing in Fine condition, SIGNED by AUTHOR Henry Swanson on front endpaper. Little rubbing along bottom and side of spine; Produced and published by high school students at Unalaska, Alaska in 1982 as part of a community history project, The Unkown Tales tells as much about the history of the Aleutian Islands and its native tribes and immigrants at the turn of the century as it does about its author Henry Swanson. He recorded his life history for the high school students through a series of tales: childhood, the last sea otter hunts, Navy years, WWI, the fox business, the war out West, and back to Alaska after the war; Signed by Author .

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        HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON [et Jean Clair]. Inscribed Association Copy

      Paris: Fondation Nationale de la Photographie - Photo Poche, 1982 Cartier-Bresson Henri. HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON [et Jean Clair]. Inscribed. Association Copy. Paris: Fondation Nationale de la Photographie - Photo Poche - Delpire, Paris, 1982. Sm. 8vo., 145pp. [French text] Inscribed by Henri Cartier-Bresson to his close friend, writer & photographer, James Lord ['Plausible Portraits of James Lord: With Commentary by the Model', 2003] with a reference to Gérard [Macé] who is poet, writer, photographer & also a close friend of Cartier-Bresson - on the inside front cover: "A James / ce petit memento / + la pensée de / Gérard sur / la photo. / Avec toute / mon amitié / Henri". First edition. Glossy photographic wrappers. First edition of the second volume in the outstanding collection created by Robert Delpire in 1982 at the Centre National de la Photographie. Contains 64 full page photographt by HCB. A fine bright copy. . Signed by Author. First Edition.. Illus. by Henri Cartier-Bresson..

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        The Mists of Avalon (Inscribed)

      NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1982. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Yes. 8vo. xi(i),876,(iv)pp. Black cloth spine, dark gray paper over boards, both blocked in copper foil. A trace of sunning along the top and a touch of foxing on the top edge else a fine copy. The dust wrapper is not price-clipped and is also fine. Inscribed by the author in the title page: "For George". The author was involved with the Society for Creative Anachronism ("SCA"). In 1968 The East Kingdom was founded in the SCA; it was started by Elfrida and Walter of Greenwalls (Marion Zimmer Bradley and her then husband Walter Breen). The Annotated History notes the following about the first Kingdom event (June 2, 1968 - AS III): "Held at the Cloisters, New York City, New York. A tourney was planned but it was rained out. Elfrida and Walter of Greenwalls were the seneschals and the autocrats..." This copy is signed on the title page, not on a plate or slip of paper pasted in. "Historical writing on a grand scale, with all the magic conviction and resonance of ballad and ancient lore." - Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-48.

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      NY: The Limited Editions Club, 1982. First edition, limited to 2000 numbered copies. Selected and illustrated by Henry Pearson. Introduction by Thomas Flanagan. Preface by Heaney. Copy #1570. All copies signed by Heaney, Flanagan and Pearson on the limitation page. Typographic design by John Anderson of the Pickering Press. Text and illustrations printed by Daniel Keleher on one hundred pound letterpress paper with laid finish made by Mohawk Mills and used in this book for the first time. Full leather with gilt lettering on spine. Paper-covered slipcase. Publisher's announcement letter and insert for care of leather-covered boards laid-in. Issued without dustjacket. Small light rubbed area on rear board leather; otherwsie in Fine condition in a Fine slipcase. Signed by Author & Contributors. First Edition. Hardcovers. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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        Autographed Photo

      1982. Photo. Measuring 8" x 9.5". Fine. Inscribed by Berrigan: "for Bob from his friend in the 'Truck Trade,' Love Ted Berrigan." A striking photograph of a shirtless Berrigan smoking a cigarette by Mark Hillringhouse. The date is pencil on the verso: "Oct. 1982." .

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        Elizabeth Bishop: A Memorial Tribute

      Albondocani Press New York: Albondocani Press. 1982. First. First edition. Cloth and decorated self-wrappers. Fine. Prospectus for the edition laid in. One of 12 hardcover ad personam copies bound by hand and containing a color photographic frontispiece of Bishop playing croquet. This was Edwin V. Erbe's copy with his name printed in red in the colophon; Erbe was head of publicity at New Directions. .

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      The Limited Editions Club NY: The Limited Editions Club, 1982. First edition, limited to 2000 numbered copies. Selected and illustrated by Henry Pearson. Introduction by Thomas Flanagan. Preface by Heaney. Copy #1570. All copies signed by Heaney, Flanagan and Pearson on the limitation page. Typographic design by John Anderson of the Pickering Press. Text and illustrations printed by Daniel Keleher on one hundred pound letterpress paper with laid finish made by Mohawk Mills and used in this book for the first time. Full leather with gilt lettering on spine. Paper-covered slipcase. Publisher's announcement letter and insert for care of leather-covered boards laid-in. Issued without dustjacket. Small light rubbed area on rear board leather; otherwsie in Fine condition in a Fine slipcase. Signed by Author & Contributors. First Edition. Hardcovers. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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      New York: E.P. Dutton, 1982 First Edition. Review copy with the publisher's material laid-in. A fine copy in 1/4 white over blue cloth covered boards, gilt titles to the spine in a fine pictorial dustwrapper. Stunning Copy. 8vo. 242 pp.. 1st Edition.

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      1982. An original photograph of Borges by Layle Silbert, taken in the Trustees Room of the New York Public Library, September 30, 1982. Together with two sets of contact sheets with 56 images of Borges (many in conversation with others, and most or all presumably unpublished) from the same evening. Borges' visit to New York was sponsored by NYU's New York Institute for the Humanities, directed that year by Edmund White. Silbert is a prominent photographer of literary figures, as well as a writer herself. Four of her literary portraits are in the National Portrait Gallery. Approximately 7" x 10"; tiny corner crease to one margin; photographer's marks on six of the smaller images; else fine, with Silbert's stamps on verso. .

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        Natural World: A Bestiary - Limited Edition

      Barrytown, New York: Open Book. Fine; Signed by Author & Illustrator. 1982. Limited Edition. Cloth. 0940170086 . A most attractive Limited Edition in Fine condition. Limited to 350 copies, of which only 100 were for sale, this one being #66. SIGNED by both the author and illustrator Jim Harrison and Diana Guest directly on the half-title page; Original poetry by Jim Harrison and black-and-white plates by sculptor Diana Guest; B&W Photographs .

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        The Historical Development of Quantum Theory. The first 4 volumes.

      4 volumes in 5. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York 1982. Orig. red cloth with gilted title, in dust wrappers. All 5 volumes in a very fine, well preserved condition. A letter from the publishers inserted in the first volume.. This set comes from the renowned danish physicist and Nobel Prize winner Aage Bohr's private book collection. The letter inserted in the first volume, is adressed to him, from Claudette Ulshafer, mathematical editor at Springer-Verlag. As his father Niels Bohr, Aage Bohr was a respected member of the international community of physicists, and was awarded his Nobel Prize in 1975, in collaboration with his long time colleague Ben R. Mottelson, primarily for their impressive work, published in "Nuclear Structure I-II. I: Single-Particle Motion. II: Nuclear Deformations".* Volume 1, part 1 and 2: The Quantum Theory of Planck, Einstein and Sommerfeld: It's foundation and the Rise of its Difficulties 1900 - 1925. Volume 2: The Discovery of Quantum Mechanics 1925. Volume 3: The Formulation of Matrix Mechanics and its Modifications 1925 - 1926. Volume 4, part 1: The Fundamental Equations of Quantum Mechanics 1925 - 1926. Volume 4, part 2: The Reception of the New Quantum Mechanics 1925 - 1926. Volume 4 part 1 and 2 is bound in one volume

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        Poema 20

      Ediciones Dos Amigos Buenos Aires, Argentina: Ediciones Dos Amigos. 1982. One of 30 copies, all on buff Okawara hand-made paper, printed in purple ink. Bound: loose in original buff wrappers, housed in blue and black paper over boards clamshell box, fine. Page size: 24 leaves; 10-1/2 inches x 8-5/8 inches. Handset in Garamond 20pt. by Claudio R. Lopella and printed letterpress under the supervision of Cesar Palui. An elegant edition of this poem of love and sadness, from TWENTY POEMS OF LOVE AND A DESPERATE SONG originally published in 1924. See an Image.

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        2010: Odyssey Two

      Ballantine Books / Del Rey New York: Ballantine Books / Del Rey. (1982). First. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Inscribed by Arthur C. Clarke to his protege, one-time secretary, and longtime friend Ian Macauley, who was the dedicatee of his first hardcover novel (Islands in the Sky): "To Ian & Marnie & Simon, with my very best wishes. Arthur, 12 Nov. '82." Macauley was an award-winning New York Times journalist who also edited Clarke's book of collected essays, Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds! (2000). Clarke wrote the last chapter of Childhood's End while visiting Macauley in Atlanta in 1952, where he was reportedly greatly influenced by their discussions. Basis for the 1984 film, written and directed by Peter Hyams, and featuring Roy Scheider, John Lithgow, Helen Mirren, Bob Balaban, and Keir Dullea (reprising his role from Stanley Kubrick's classic 2001: A Space Odyssey). A splendid association copy. .

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        Collection of Ten Gelatin Silver Prints + One Postcard Signed By Beuys Documenting "7000 Eichen - Stadtverwaldung statt Stadtverwaltung (7000 Oaks - City Forestation Instead of City Administration)" at Documenta 7

      Kassel, Germany, 1982. Each gelatin silver print documents a different facet of the project. The postcard depicts a drawing of a grown tree next to a then dwarfed slab of rock, and is boldly signed in red by the artist. On the verso of the postcard is typed "I need Dobromir and Dobromir needs me - July 1982 Kassel," referring to sculptor Dobromir Ivan, who was studying with Beuys at the time, and is presumed to be the photographer of the accompanying prints. Please contact me for images of the entire group. On the verso of two prints is an unidentified logo/label printed in purple.. Signed by Artist. Photograph.

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        Grafiken zum Jubiläum 100 Jahre Kieler Woche. Hrsg. v. Galerieverbund Kiel (GVK). O.O., 1982. 1 Textblatt und 5 Orig.-Graphiken von H. Duwe, E. Göttlicher, J. Roman, C. Imme und W. Defant. Je nummeriert und signiert. Zwischen 32 x 40,5 cm und 40,5 x 57 cm. Gr.-Fol. Lose in OLwd.-Mappe (Mappe etwas angestaubt).

      Eines von 125 numerierten Exemplaren.- 1. Nur für die Kieler Woche! Farbradierung von Erhard Göttlicher. 2. Rathausplatz. Lithographie von Christian Imme. 3. Spiellinie. Farblithographie von Harald Duwe. 4. Kieler Woche Blatt. Farbradierung von Jochem Roman. 5. Theater. Lithographie von Wolfgang Defant.

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        The Idler

      Chatto & Windus The Idler February 1982 to January 1897, 8 vols.Includes "The Stark Monro Letters" by Doyle and "The Adventures of Sherlaw Kombs" by Luke Short.Nice and tight copies but corners and spines are bumped.Obs: They are heavy so think of postage! It might be cheaper to come and get them yourself.

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        Berenice Abbott: American Photographer

      New York: McGraw Hill, (1982). First Edition. Tall quarto. A fine association copy, INSCRIBED in the year of publication by Abbott to photographer Arnold Newman: "To Angela and Arnold / with good memories of / Many, Many years / Berenice Abbott / December 7 1982." This copy is additionally signed by Abbott. Laid in is an article from Yankee Magazine about Abbott, for which Newman took her portrait. The article is SIGNED by Abbott. Fine in a near fine jacket with Newman's trademark painted dot on the spine of the dust jacket to denote an inscribed book from his library.

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        [Small Archive]: Complete run of Unauthorized Editions of Thomas Pynchon (as noted in the Mead bibliography) plus two variants not noted in Mead: Mortality and Mercy in Vienna; Lowlands; The Secret Integration; Entropy; The Small Rain; A Journey into the Mind of Watts

      Aloes Books / Tristero / Mould warp London / Troy Town / Westminster: Aloes Books / Tristero / Mould-warp. (1976-1982). First. First editions (but one, see below). Thirteen pamphlets. Stapled wrappers. All are fine or very nearly so. This represents the complete "C" Section: "Unauthorized Editions" of Clifford Mead's bibliography, Thomas Pynchon: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials, along with two variant issues not described therein. These copies are from the library of Pynchon's editor, Ray Roberts, with his book label on the inside cover of each volume. Roberts was an influential editor with Viking, Henry Holt, and then Little, Brown, and he worked closely with John Fowles, Martha Grimes, Thomas Pynchon, and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. He began editing Pynchon when the latter went to Little, Brown, starting with his book Slow Learner. Further details available upon request. .

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        Michael Graves, buildings and projects, 1982-1989

      Offered is a special copy of the first edition with an original, signed dated presentation drawing by Michael Graves, done in charcoal in line with shading over the full extent of the 220 x 280 mm endpaper sheet for an unnamed recipient, showing a private residence on a hilly site with 2 trees under a largely sunny sky, the front façade rendered with some detail, house situated below an unidentified ridge with trees, sky with centered cloud, shadows done for the house and its 2 adjacent trees, sheet with border, including a wittily turned bottom corner, as if this was 1 study in a portfolio for the residential project. The independently published 2nd volume in series documenting Graves' buildings and projects, originally sold for $50 (the first volume, published by Rizzoli in 1982, on his buildings and projects 1966-1981). CONDITION DETAIL: Presentation: pristine. Endpapers: some offset from original drawing to facing front endpaper pastedown: rear endpapers pristine. Pages: pristine except p. 258 with margin soiling. Boards: pristine. Binding: excellent. Jacket: G+: overall rubs: bright and clean: needle-size puncture at gutter, below top corner: slight top and bottom edge wear, but no tears or chips. ORIGINAL DRAWING: later presentation done with considerable care for unnamed recipient, no inscription-signed Graves in characteristic style in large letters, name rendered like a loosely drawn topographical boundary, capital G extending 40 mm, dated '98 (at foot), done in charcoal in line with shading over full extent of 280 x 220 mm (11.02 x 8.66 inches) sheet. FORMAT: Publisher's woven cerise cloth with gilt letters in the sewn binding and dark cyan coated paper jacket, upper jacket with pink-orange & black letters and central panel reproducing in full color a Graves building design. SIZE: 288 x 230 mm or 11.34 x 9.06 inches, as issued. PAGINATION: Confirmed complete; (5) pages, preliminaries, including title page in black letters decorated with b/w sketch, verso with b/w portrait photo of Michael Graves with thumbnail biography, 6-351 pages, [1] rear blank page, contents, introductory essay, pp. 7-14 on Graves return to, "a traditional conception of an architectural language with figural elements", index of buildings & projects, pp. 16-17; Maxwell essay, pp. 333-340, projects documentation begins at p. 18, 300 projects documented, 120 buildings and numerous designs for furniture, textiles, ceramics, housewares, and Grave's art, paintings, murals, prints, and stage sets, with 804 illustrations, 433 color (371 b/w), with design sketches, measured drawings, and photographs of building and design models, and completed buildings and designs; rear list of awards, bibliography, pp. 342-348 includes selected writings on Graves and selected writings of and interviews with Graves. Buildings include: Humana Building, Louisville; San Juan Capistrano Library; Crown American Corporate Headquarters, Johnstown; Emory University Museum of Art and Archaeology, Atlanta; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Sotheby's Apartment Tower, New York; Clos Pegase Winery; Newark Museum; Metropolis Mixed-Use Master Plan, Los Angeles; Sarah Lawrence College Sports Center; Dolphin & Swan Hotels, Walt Disney World and Hotel New York, Euro Disneyland. Product designs include those done for: Atelier International, Steuben Glass, Alessi, and Baldinger Architectural Lighting. ADDITIONAL IMAGES: by request.

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      New York City, NY: ULAE Incorporated, 1982. First Edition. First Printing.. Hardcover. As New/No Dust Jacket, As Issued.. New York City, NY: ULAE Incorporated, 1982. Hardcover. As New/None, As Issued. First Edition/First Printing. 70 pages. Collection of photographs on subject. One of the greatest photography books of the 20th century. The First Hardcover Edition. Precedes and should not be confused with the Softcover Edition. There is no ISBN. An austerely elegant production by Robert Rauschenberg: Oversize-volume format. White linen cloth boards with metallic-silver titles beautifully embossed on the cover and spine, as issued. Photographs by Robert Rauschenberg. Essay by Colta Ives. Matching white linen cloth slipcase. Printed on thick uncoated stock paper in the United States to the very highest standards. Without DJ, as issued. Presents the great artist&#39;s collection of black-and-white photographs on New York City, the partial fulfillment of his 30-year-old wish to photograph the entire United States, a project he never completed. Showcases his unique approach to photography as a process of discovery, selection, and assemblage of objects from everyday life. One of the least well-known facts about Rauschenberg is that he began his career as a photographer. He makes no distinction between his photography and his painting, and he brings the same acute eye to both. The photographs, like the paintings, are formally rigorous, sensuous, and piercing. His celebrated method of appropriating found images and objects to capture the fabric, tempo, and "feel" of modern life is photographically-inspired and characterizes his large body of work. The idea of appropriation is not unique to Rauschenberg. It is a central tenet of Surrealism and continues to be the latter Movement&#39;s enduring legacy. What makes Rauschenberg&#39;s work unique is the way he has "set in motion an interplay of shapes in which the human form is integrated to a rigorous yet flamboyant sense of design, pictures in which art and real life coincide" (Pontus Hulten). "A protean genius who showed America that all of life could be open to art. Rauschenberg didn&#39;t give a fig for consistency or curating his reputation; his taste was always facile, omnivorous, and hit-or-miss, yet he had a big-ness of soul and a richness of temperament that recalled Walt Whitman" (Robert Hughes). "Mine is the need to be where it will always never be the same again. Photography is the most direct communication of non-violent contacts" (Robert Rauschenberg). A "must-have" title for Robert Rauschenberg collectors. <b><i> This copy is very prominently and beautifully signed in charcoal pencil by Robert Rauschenberg. It is signed directly on the page, not on a tipped-in page even though it comes from the publisher. The signature beautifully matches the facsimile of his signature on the book&#39;s cover and title page. This title has been out-of-print for more than twenty-five years and is now highly collectible. This is one of very few signed copies of the First Hardcover Edition/First Printing still available online and has absolutely no flaws, a pristine beauty. Many copies have major flaws because the color white soils very easily. According to dealers who knew him, Rauschenberg basically stopped signing books in the 1990&#39;s. Signed copies still available online are vintage, not recent, and very few. A rare signed copy thus. </b></i> 70 tritone plates. One of the greatest artists of the 20th century. A flawless collectible copy. (SEE ALSO OTHER ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG TITLES IN OUR CATALOG).

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        LA TORTA. Versione del 'Moretum' della 'Appendix Vergiliana'.

      In-4 gr., bross. orig., custodia, pp. 20,(4), con 4 pregevoli xilografie originali di Alberico Morena, numerate e firmate dall?artista. Il poemetto latino "Moretum", attribuito a Virgilio, è seguito da "La Torta", versione italiana di Leopardi. Volume 2° della collana "Aloni" ideata da Ines e Gaetano d?Ambrosio e pubblicata in 115 esemplari numer. Il ns., 67, appartiene alla tiratura di 75 contrassegnati da numeri arabi. Molto ben conservato.

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