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        LA PITTURA DEL '700 A ROMA.

      Editore: Longanesi Firenze 1983 Ril. in tela con sovr., cm 32x24, pp 815, 732 tavv b/n.

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        Teenage Lust

      New York, Larry Clark, (1983). First Edition. Fine. 11 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches, unnumbered pages, wrappers, Signed by the photographer on title page.

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        Small archive including HIPPOCRENE, MATOAKA, THE KINGFISHER, WHAT THE LIGHT WAS LIKE, ARCHAIC FIGURE, and THE SILENCE OPENS, some signed, others with notes laid in, typed poem DUNDEE

      New York: Knopf and others, 1983 . First editions . Most fine or near fine condition, some with folds from mailing. . FOR SALE, AS A LOT ONLY: a unique group of items with a significant association to Clampitt's life. Included are four of her hardcover books published by Knopf - The Kingfisher, What the Light Was Like, Archaic Figure and The Silence Opens. Kingfisher is a 2nd printing (before publication), the rest are first printings; none have dust jackets (possibly as sent by the publisher or possibly removed by the recipient.) Tipped onto the front endpaper of 'The Kingfisher' is a small handwritten note "For Harold Guthrie - who opened the excitements of English poetry for me so many years ago, and whose friendship I treasure - with thanks and best wishes always." SIGNED by Clampitt in full and dated in December 1982. 'Archaic Figure' and 'What the Light Was Like' have tipped-in printed cards from the publisher stating "with the compliments of the author" (one of those cards has "Harold Guthrie "handwritten on it); 'The Silence Opens' has a similar card, loosely laid in. Also included is a brief typed signed note dated in December 1983, referring both to seeing Guthrie recently and to the limited edition broadside of "Hippocrene" which she was sending as a Christmas greeting. The note also states that she is enclosing a poem "that comes out of my brief visit to Scotland." The photocopied typed poem "Dundee: A Homage" fills one side of an 8 1/2 by 11 inch sheet (folded in four for mailing). Hippocrene is on a single sheet 17" by 11" folded to make 4 page broadside, printed in an edition of 220 copies on the occasion of the poet reading at Bennington College in November 17, 1983. It has an additional fold line across the middle (probably to fit in a smaller envelope for mailing) - As far as we have been able to determine, "Dundee" has not been published in book form, at least - The final item is a copy of "Matoaka: A Poem in Celebration of the Tercentary of the College of William and Mary College in Virginia" in 1993. This is INSCRIBED by Clampitt to Guthrie 'with longtime and continuing esteem' and dated in February, 1993. While Clampitt started writing poetry seriously in the 1970's, and had been published in magazines, including the New Yorker, as well as publishing the chapbook 'Multitudes, Multitudes,' it was the appearance of her first collection with Knopf - The Kingfisher - in 1983, when she was already in her 60's, that brought her acclaim. This lot covers the entire span of Clampitt's most productive last years before her death - and they are evidence on an on-going and warm relationship with the teacher from her hometown of New Providence, Iowa, the teacher whom she honored publicly in 1984 when she wrote (at the end of 'A Homage to John Keats'): "I wish to . . . pay tribute to Harold Guthrie, in whose class at New Providence, Iowa, I had my introduction to the poetry of Keats." The two very uncommon published items, as well as the short notes and the poem "Dundee", make this lot interesting in itself, but the real value lies in the spirit behind these gifts and notes to Guthrie - her teacher more than 40 years before.

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        A River Runs Through It.

      Limited & Signed edition. ISBN: 0226500586. Illustrated with color photographs by Joel Snyder. Foreword by Allen N. Fitchen. No. 262 of 500 copies signed by Norman Maclean. Minor sunning at edges. Hardcover. Book condition: Near fine condition. Signed by Norman MacLean

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        Tibetan Mandalas: The Ngor Collection (plate Volume)

      . One of 300 copies. 139 color plates. Bound in the publisher's original gold cloth with the front cover and spine stamped in silver. The text is in English, Japanese, Tibetan and Sanskrit. Leaves measure 51 x 51 cm. (20.08 x 20.08 inches). The slipcase is mustard cloth. Hard Cover. Book condition: Fine condition in a fine slipcase

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        HIROSHIMA

      Limited Editions Club New York: Limited Editions Club, 1983. Hardcover. Fine in a Fine slipcase. Jacob Lawrence. Large octavo (9-1/2" x 12-1/4") bound in full coal-black aniline cowhide. With a poem by Robert Penn Warren that serves as the preface. Illustrated with EIGHT ORIGINAL SILKSCREENS executed in eleven colors by the noted African-American artist Jacob Lawrence, now deceased. Copy #1378 of 1500 SIGNED by Hersey, Warren, and Lawrence. A starkly beautiful book, richly bound and with three important signatures, justly one of the most desirable books issued by this long-lived, prestigious press. Monthly Letter, invitation to a reception in honor of the collaboration, and the Note on the care of the book laid in.

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        Sette Anni Di Desiderio, Cronache 1977-1983 - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Bompiani Milano: Bompiani. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1983. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Cloth. 8845209555 . First Edition/First Printing, "I edizione Bompiani ottobre 1983", gilt-stamped red cloth in unread Fine condition in alike pictorial dustjacket. From the personal library of Eco bibliographer James Contursi. Contursi A024a. An uncommonly rare copy, signed by Umberto Eco directly on the title page ; Articles and essays selected from Il costume di casa and Dalla periferia dell'impero which consisted of writings originally published in various periodicals. In the original Italian language. Parts ofSette Anni Di Desiderio were later translated into English and published in Faith in Fakes in England and Travels in Hyperreality in the US, together with elements from Sugli Specchi e Altri Saggi .

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        "CHINATOWN": A SCREENPLAY BY ROBERT TOWNE

      Santa Barbara: Neville Publishing Santa Barbara: Neville Publishing,. 1983. cloth.. A fine copy with clear plastic jacket which has a tear to upper front. panel. (#127907). First edition. One of 350 numbered copies signed by Towne. Screenplay of the Roman Polanski film starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. Includes sixteen pages of stills from the film.

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        Franklin Library THE OXFORD Library of CHARLES DICKENS 21 vols (complete)

      The Franklin Library/Oxford University Press, 1983 to 1985. All Volumes - 8vo in size, illustrated, privately printed and bound in full uniform red leather bindings in Very Good condition, gilt decorative covers, gilt internal edging, all edges gilt, red moire endpapers, red silk ribbons, limited to 7,500 copies, exclusively for the subscribers to The Oxford Library of Charles Dickens, a complete series in 21 volumes: 1. A Tale of Two Cities 2. American Notes & Pictures From Italy 3. Barnaby Rudge 4. Bleak House 5. Christmas Books. 6. Christmas Stories 7. David Copperfield 8. Dombey and Son 9. Great Expectations10. Hard Times 11. Little Dorrit 12. Martin Chuzzlewit 13. Master Humphrey's Clock & A Child's History of England 14. The Mystery of Edwin Drood 15. Nicholas Nickleby16. The Old Curiosity Shop 17. Oliver Twist 18. Our Mutual Friend 19. The Pickwick Papers 20. Sketches By Boz 21. The Uncommercial Traveller & Reprinted Pieces.

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        Faksimile - Das Graduale von Sankt Katharinenthal [Katharinental]. [Faksimile-Ausgabe u. Kommentarband].

      Graduale: 2° (50 x 35 cm), 314 farb. Bl. m. 71 tlw. m. Blattgold geschmückten Miniaturen, 13 ornamentale Initialen; Kommentarband: 4°, IX, 347 S., 85 Textabb. u. 1 Schallplatte., Graduale: OLdr. auf 3 echten Bünden m. 2 Ldr.-Schliessen, Eisenbeschlägen u Mittelrosette in Holzkiste. Kommentarbd.: OHLdr., Faksimile tadellos. Kommentarbd.: Min Vergriffen. Nr. 816 von 930 arab. num. Exemplaren. Erstklassiges Faksimile der 1312 entstandenen Prachthandschrift, eines der bedeutendsten gotischen Kunstwerke der Schweiz, entstanden im Kloster St. Katharinenthal bei Diessenhofen. Der Textband mit der erstmaligen und umfassenden wissenschaftlichen Bearbeitung des Graduale. Das Faksimile wurde getreu dem Original im Format von 48 x 35 cm faksimiliert. Jedes der 314 Blätter sowie die nachgewiesenen Fragmente der beiden im Codex fehlenden Blätter wurden wiedergegeben. Sämtliche Blätter wurden originalgetreu randbeschnitten und danach von Hand auf echte Bünde geheftet. Der Einband besteht aus echtem Nappaleder und ist mit Eckbeschlägen, einer Mittelrosette und Schließen versehen. Der wissenschaftliche Kommentarband setzt sich ausführlich mit dem Graduale von St. Katharinenthal auseinander. Verlagswerbung: «Das Graduale von St. Katharinenthal ist eines der bedeutendsten gotischen Kunstwerke der Schweiz und von unschätzbarem Wert für die Geistes-, Liturgie-, Kunst- und Kulturgeschichte des beginnenden Spätmittelalters. Ein Graduale ist ein liturgisches Buch, das jene Gesänge mit Notation enthält, die in lateinischer Sprache nach dem Kalender wechselnd im feierlichen Hochamt vorgetragen wurden. Für den Chor waren sehr große Bände notwendig, aus denen man selbst aus größerer Entfernung noch gemeinsam singen konnte. Das erklärt auch die imposante Größe des Codex: die 628 Seiten (314 Blätter) haben ein Format von 48 x 35 cm. Aufgrund eines handschriftlichen Eintrags auf der Innenseite des Vorderdeckels lassen sich sowohl die Herkunft des Manuskripts aus dem Kloster St. Katharinental in der Nähe von Dießenhofen in der Schweiz als auch die Zeit der Vollendung der Handschrift um 1312 erschließen. Auf ein Blatt mit kalendarischen Angaben folgen 626 Seiten mit den lateinischen Gesängen nach dem Ritus des Dominikanerordens in gotischer Schrift. Die Noten sind im gregorianischen Vierliniensystem aufgezeichnet, wobei jede Seite neun Text- und neun Notenzeilen umfaßt. Die Texte, in damals üblicher "Littera textualis" geschrieben, verraten einen geübten Schreiber. Der Bilderschmuck des Werkes besteht aus 71 zierlich gemalten, reich mit Blattgold versehenen, farbenfrischen Miniaturen und 13 ornamentalen Prachtinitialen sowie unzähligen fein verzierten kalligraphischen Anfangsbuchstaben. An der großartigen künstlerischen Ausschmückung waren mindestens sechs, wenn nicht gar sieben Hände beteiligt. Es ist jedoch schwierig, eine genaue Händescheidung durchzuführen; sie sind nur in einzelnen Fällen möglich, in anderen bestehen jedoch gewisse Unsicherheiten, die nicht gänzlich ausgeräumt werden konnten. Als sicher kann jedoch gelten, daß zwei Hauptmeister an der Ausstattung des Graduale von St. Katharinenthal beteiligt waren. Beide neigen zu monumentalen Formen und zeichnen sich durch hohe technische Perfektion aus. Die Miniaturen des Graduale sind insgesamt Spitzenleistungen gotischer Kunst. In ihrer strahlenden Luzidität, in ihrer Empfindsamkeit und ihrem vornehmen Charme, auch in der Besinnung auf das formal Wesentliche und die gelassene Klarheit der Komposition sind diese Miniaturen mehr als alle anderen Werke des Bodenseeraumes führend in der europäischen Kunstsprache. Das 1312 entstandene Graduale blieb bis ins 19. Jahrhundert hinein im Kloster Katharinenthal in Gebrauch. Auf welchen Wegen die Handschrift in den Jahren um 1820 in den Besitz eines Konstanzer Antiquars gelangte, ist bis heute unbekannt. Dieser machte das Graduale zum Mittelpunkt seines Museums. Er war es vermutlich auch, der die beiden am reichsten mit Miniaturen versehenen Seiten extrahierte. Sie befinden sich heute, in mehrere Teile zerlegt, bei verschiedensten Institutionen und auch in Privatbesitz. Schließlich tauchte die Handschrift Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts in England auf, wo sie bis 1958 verblieb. In diesem Jahr wurde der Nachlaß des bedeutenden Sammlers Sir Charles Dyson Perrins versteigert, worunter sich auch das wertvolle Graduale befand. Diese einmalige Chance der Rückführung nutzten mit vereinten Kräften der Schweizer Bundesrat, die Gottfried-Keller-Stiftung und der Kanton Thurgau durch eine bereitwillige Zusage finanzieller Beteiligung. So konnte das Meisterwerk am 9. Dezember 1958 erworben werden und wird seither wieder in der Schweiz aufbewahrt.» Platte: Gesänge aus dem Graduale St. Katharinetal um 1312, Chora Schola Kloster Einsiedeln, Leitung Pater Roman Bannwart OSB.

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        George Bush ALS facing a crisis: "I write this from AFII, our vacation interrupted by the Soviet shoot down." He is referring to Korean Air Lines Flight 007, which was destroyed by a Soviet jet on the day before, with the loss of 269 lives, including 61 Americans

      Autograph letter signed "All the Best- George Bush", one page, 6.25" x 4", front and verso. Washington, DC. September 2, 1983. The letter, written on a white card with a blue border, and the embossed seal of the Vice President of the United States, reads in full: "Friday, Sept 2 83 Dear Bruce, I write this from AFII our vacation interrupted by the Soviet shoot down. Thanks for the beautiful picture of Wallen Point - It hangs happily in our living room. I tried to call today but 646-2756 produced some semi-irate guy and "info" was not helpful. Please tell George Carpenter how much Barb & I like his work. All the best - George Bush". A light stain at the top of the first page affects nothing and mentioned only for accuracy. Fine condition.

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        Or Shall We Die?

      Jonathan Cape Ltd. London: Jonathan Cape Ltd.. (1983). First. First edition. Words for an oratorio set to music by Michael Berkeley. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Signed by Ian McEwan and Michael Berkeley. Although not marked in any way, this copy is from the distinguished modern first edition collection of Bruce Kahn. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Atlas of the Lewis & Clark Expedition

      First Edition Very near fine in blue decorated cloth covered boards with gilt text stamping on the spine and on the front board. There is no fading to the cloth on either the spine or the boards. However, this volume has been recased with matching new end papers in the second printing covers. Without a dust jacket as issued. A large folio measuring 19 3/8" tall by 13 1/2" deep containing an introduction of 13 pages, followed by five pages of note which relate to the maps, four pages of "a Calendar of Maps", a map index 126 full page maps. The first volume in The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedion as produced by the University of Nebraska Press under the direction of Gary Moulton as editor. This volume contains reproductions of all of the maps created by Captain Clark on on the expedition. Exceedingly uncommon.Our code number = TB19028

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        Library Of The Presidents (collection of 82 volumes)

      Collector's Edition All eighty-two volumes of this complete set are in fine condition, each in full leather covered boards with raised bands on the spines with gilt text and decorations stamped in the compartments and with gilt tool work on both the front and rear boards. The end papers are silk with matching silk placement ribbons sewn-in at the head of the spine. All three edges of the text blocks are gilt. Sizes vary from small octavo to quarto. Four of the volumes are signed by Presidents Nixon, Ford, Carter and George Bush, Sr. The individual titles and authors are: The Memoirs of Richard Nixon (SIGNED); A Time To Heal The Autobiography of Gerald Ford (SIGNED); Keeping Faith Memoirs of a President by Jimmy Carter (SIGNED); All The Best by George Bush (SIGNED); Speaking My Mind Selected Speeches by Ronald Regan; In The Arena A Memoir of Victory, Defeat, and Renewal by Richard Nixon; An American Life by Ronald Regan; George Bush - The Life of a Lone Star Yankee by Herbert S. Parmel; Woodrow Wilson American Prophet by Arthur Walworth- vol. 1; Woodrow Wilson World Prophet by Arthur Walworth- vol. 2; Rutherford B Hayes by Statesman of the Reunion by H.J. Eckenrod; The Fourth President The Life of James Madison by Irving Brant; James Monroe by W.P. Cresson; The Washington Papers by Saul K Padover; Chester A. Arthur- A Qt. Century of Machine politics by George F Howe; The Writings of Thomas Jefferson edited by Saul K. Padover; Zachary Taylor- Soldier of the Republic by Holman Hamilton; Garfield a Biography by Allan Peskin; The Works of John Adams by John Adams with notes by his grandson, Charles Frances Adams Vol. 1; The Works of John Adams by John Adams with notes by his grandson, Charles Frances Adams Vol. 2; The Complete Madison by Saul K Padover; Andrew Jackson The Border Captain by Marquis James Vol. 1; Andrew Jackson Portrait of A President by Marquis James Vol. 2; Martin Van Buren The Romantic Age of American Politics by John Niven; Old Tippecanoe William Henry Harrison and His Time by Freeman Cleaves; John Quincy Adams by Samuel Flagg Bemis Vol. 1; John Quincy Adams by Samuel Flagg Bemis Vol. 2; Life and Times of William Taft by Henry Pringle Vol. 1; Life and Times of William Taft by Henry Pringle Vol. 2; Day of Dedications by Writing and Speech's of Woodrow Wilson edited by Albert Fried; Millard Fillmore by Robert J Rayback; President James Buchanan by Philip Shriver Klein; The Literary Works of Abraham Lincoln selected by Carl Van Doren; A Puritan in Babylon The Story of Calvin Coolidge by William Allen White; Herbert Hoover A Biography by Eugene Lyons; Shadow of Blooming Grove Warren G. Harding in His Times by Francis Russell; Thomas Jefferson and The New Nation by Merrill D Peterson; Abraham Lincoln by Carl Sandburg; John Adams by Page Smith Vol. 1; John Adams by Page Smith Vol. 2; Washington by Douglas Southall Freeman; Benjamin Harrison Hoosier Warrior, Statesman & President by Harry J Sievers Vol. 1; Benjamin Harrison Hoosier Statesm

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        Strawinsky-Brunnen Paris.

      28,5x23 cm. 142 S., 1 Bl. Mit vielen meist s/w. Abbildungen. Illustrierte Originalbroschur. Originalausgabe. - Exemplar der Normalausgabe jedoch mit einer farbigen collagierten Widmung von Tingueley und Niki de St.Phalle auf dem hinteren Innendeckel für Paul Jolles. Mit Texten von Pierre Boulez, Franz Meyer, Pontzus Hultén, Stefanie Poley.. Beiliegend die farbige Originaleinladung von Jean Tinguely und Niki de Saint Phalle zur Eröffnung (2 Blatt: 21x29,7 cm), im Buch s/w. abgebildert auf Seite 90. [4 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]

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        The Prune People

      Albondocani Press New York: Albondocani Press. 1983. First. First edition. Stapled wrappers. Fine. Prospectus for the edition laid in. Copy number 2 of 400 numbered copies Signed by Gorey, this copy is also briefly Inscribed below the author's signature to a noted New York literary figure. .

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        Four great castles

      Gwasg Gregynog The Gregynog Press [Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales]: Gwasg Gregynog [The Gregynog Press], 1983. Publisher's grey marbled paper–covered sides, front cover with gilt-stamped coat of arms, spine with black-stamped title; spine a touch sunned with unobtrusive small scuff towards foot, sides very slightly sprung, slipcase lacking. Front pastedown with bookplate as above. Volume clean and unworn, beautiful and uncommon.. Folio (26.9 cm, 10.5"). [2], vi, 70, [2] pp.; 8 plts. Fine press edition of this essay on the architecture and history of Caernarfon, Conwy, Harlech, and Beaumaris, opening with a foreword by Charles, Prince of Wales. Illustrated with eight delicately, precisely etched views by => David Woodford, printed by him on his own press in Snowdonia, the volume was designed and otherwise printed by Eric Gee at => Gregynog Press on Zerkall mould-made paper with deckle edges. The present example is numbered copy 96 of 165 printed — 150 bound as here, with an additional 15 copies specially bound.Provenance: Front pastedown with bookplate of Norman J. Sondheim, the American collector of press books.

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        Colorful Tales

      Purgatory Pie Press New York: Purgatory Pie Press, 1983. Hard Cover. Fine. Hard Cover. Number 75 of 85 copies bound into hard covers. 95 additional copies were issued in wraps. Signed by the author, printer (Dikko Faust), and designer (Esther K. Smith). A collection of eight tales in which portions of the story have been replaced by lines of color allowing the reader to make up their own stories utilizing the given words. A vibrant book printed in red, yellow, green, blue, and black. Fine in yellow paper covered boards with red title to spine and front cover. Printed at the Center for Book Arts on Lana Laid all rag with red Kozo endsheets. Unpaginated. [24 pages.] PRI/010212.

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        The Work & Play of Adrian Wilson. A Bibliography with Commentary

      W. Thomas Taylor Austin: W. Thomas Taylor, 1983. Folio. 160pp. One of 325 copies printed by the book designer, author, and printer Adrian Wilson at the Press in Tuscany Alley. A lavishly illustrated bibliography, printed in two colors, with sample pages bound in. Spine very lightly sunned, else very fine in quarter-morocco and wheat buckram.

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        Semiotics And The Philosophy Of Language - 1st US Edition/1st Printing

      Indiana University Press Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. Very Good+ in Near Fine dust jacket. 1983. 1st US Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Hardcover. 0253351685 . First US Edition/First Printing, Gilt-stamped blue cloth in Very Good+ condition in Nearly Fine, slightly rubbed dustjacket with lightly soiled rear panel. Signed and inscribed on the half-title page by author Umberto Eco to his bibliographer, James Contursi. A superb association copy from the personal library of James Contursi. Contursi A025b ; Professor for Semiotics Umberto Eco covers the tradition of the doctrine of signs from symbolic and allegorical readings of the Holy Scriptures, insights of the fields of philosophy and rhetoric to the various positions of modern literary criticism .

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        She Had Some Horses

      Thunder's Mouth Press NY/Chicago: Thunder's Mouth Press. (1983). The very uncommon hardcover issue of the third book by this Creek author. Signed by the author on the title page, with a typed postcard signed to Clark Kimball of the Rydal Press laid in. Fine in a near fine, price-clipped dust jacket. Although the softcover issue of this title has had many printings, the hardcover had only one very small printing, in 1983. . First Edition. Hardcover.

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        Amphigorey Also

      Congdon and Weed New York: Congdon and Weed. (1983). First. First edition. Fine in pictorial papercovered boards, without dustwrapper. One of six advance copies misbound by the publisher in decorated paper over boards (instead of decorated cloth); production was immediately stopped and publication was delayed. The publisher recalled two of the copies, the other four apparently circulated before they were recalled. The papercovered boards appear to use the same or very similar paper that was eventually used in the dustwrapper. This copy with a 1983 Gotham Book Mart catalogue description laid-in describing the misbinding, and a Gorey-illustrated, Gotham Book Mart bookmark. This issue not noted in Toledano. Rare. .

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        CHARLOTTE'S WEB

      1983. 1. WHITE,E.B. CHARLOTTE'S WEB. NY:Harper & Row (1952). 8vo (5 1/2 x 8 1/4"), pictorial cloth, Fine in dust wrapper (dw with slightest bit of fraying at base of spine else fine). Not first edition, however this copy is INSCRIBED BY WHITE on the half-title reading: "Salutations! E.B. White and thanks for you gift to the Center." date March 1983. The story of Charlotte, a spider and her friend Wilbur a pig is now a classic. Illustrated by GARTH WILLIAMS with more than 40 black and whites plus color wrapper. White is not known for signing many books making this is a special copy. NEWBERY HONOR AWARD.

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        MASQUES

      Pre Nian Press (Rétaud): Pré Nian Press. 2011. 4to., paper wrappers, black paper slipcase. unpaginated.. One of 35 numbered copies, with 4 black & white etchings by artist Bertrand Bracaval. Signed by the illustrator and author. Bertrand Bracaval has been privately printing since 1983 and has received numerous awards for his artistic achievements. His work is displayed around the world in museums and private libraries alike. A wonderfully illustrated book on Moulin de Larroque paper. .

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        HIROSHIMA

      New York: Limited Editions Club, 1983. Hardcover. Spine sunned; some faint discoloration to covers. Near Fine in a Near Fine slipcase. Jacob Lawrence. Large octavo (9-1/2" x 12-1/4") bound in full coal-black aniline cowhide leather. With a poem by Robert Penn Warren that serves as the preface. Illustrated with EIGHT ORIGINAL SILKSCREENS executed in eleven colors by the noted late African-American artist Jacob Lawrence. Copy #333 of 1500 SIGNED by Hersey, Warren, and Lawrence. A starkly beautiful book, richly bound and with three important signatures, justly one of the most desirable books issued by this long-lived, prestigious press. Monthly Letter laid in.

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        Birds of Ireland

      Blackstaff Press Dundonald: Blackstaff Press, 1983. First edition. Hardcover. Three quarter brown calf, marbled boards, raised bands decorated in gilt. Fine in fine matching marbled slipcase./No Dust Jacket. Parker, Richard Dunscombe. 113 pages. 43 x 60 cm. Limited edition 166 of 250, signed by Editor and Designer. 40 mounted color plates reproducing the original watercolour paintings originally discovered in 1976 by the Editor in the recesses of the Ulster Museum, Belfast. Bound for over a century in a flat box, the original 170 watercolours measuring 24 1/2 x 30 inches were painted on white wove paper over pencil outlines. Besides the remarkable plates, Martyn Anglesea describes the history of Ornithological painting, it's place in history, as well as the little known, until now, history of Parker and his extended family. Anglesea states, "Parker's paintings are quite unique as a contribution to nineteenth-century Irish Ornithology and with their Irish topographical backgrounds, for a collection of great value." Including notes on plates and a complete list of original watercolours. Raised bands, black leather spine labels printed in gilt.

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        Run Before the Wind

      New York: W.W. Norton & Company (1983). First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Signed by the author. Although not marked in any way, this copy is from the distinguished modern first edition collection of Bruce Kahn.

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        Hiroshima

      New York: Limited Editions Club 1983. First edition thus, with eight original silkscreen lithographs by Jacob Lawrence, and a new introduction by Robert Penn Warren. Folio. Fine in full black aniline leather with tissue guard intact in near fine cloth slipcase with touch of wear at the crown and light rubbing. One of 1500 copies Signed by Lawrence, Hersey and Warren. This is number 938. A stunning production; the Lawrence silkscreens, printed in eleven colors, are magnificent.

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        The Name of the Rose

      NY: HBJ. (1983). The advance reading copy of the first American edition of this medieval mystery -- an unlikely bestseller by a postmodern scholar and semiotician that was made into a successful Hollywood film. The book is essentially a bibliomystery set in 14th-century Italy, which sold over 400,000 copies in Italy and became a bestseller throughout Europe before being translated into English and published in the U.S. and U.K. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Recipient's name and an address on the half title; the copy appears read; very good in wrappers. The first printing of the U.S. trade edition is moderately scarce; the advance reading copy is very scarce, and signed copies of it are virtually unobtainable. . First Edition. Softcover.

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        Hiroshima

      Limited Editions Club New York: Limited Editions Club. 1983. First. First edition thus, with eight original silkscreen lithographs by Jacob Lawrence, and a new introduction by Robert Penn Warren. Folio. Fine in full black aniline leather with tissue guard intact in near fine cloth slipcase with touch of wear at the crown and light rubbing. One of 1500 copies Signed by Lawrence, Hersey and Warren. This is number 938. A stunning production; the Lawrence silkscreens, printed in eleven colors, are magnificent. .

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        ONE CHRISTMAS. Signed

      New York: Random House, 1983 First Trade Edition. 8vo. Original maroon cloth lettered in gilt. Inscribed in ink by the author on the front endpaper: "For John and Joy, two very/ special people./Please look after my dearest/little friend for me /Love, Truman." John Miller was a film director doing a series of interviews with Joanne Carson - Johnny's second wife and Truman's dearest friend. Joanne arranged for Truman to inscribe copies of, A Christmas Memory and One Christmas for John. A copy of a typed affidavit signed by Miller on his letterhead detailing his relationship with Carson and Capote, with a 3"x 5" original colour photo of Joanne, Truman and John is inserted into the book. Near fine or better in the original slipcase. This presentation copy of One Christmas is especially poignant as it was TC's last Christmas - he passed in Joanne's home August 25, 1984.. Signed by Author. First Edition.

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        Who Speaks for Wolf, a Native American Learning Story As Told to Turtle Woman Singing by Her Father, Sharp-Eyed Hawk

      Austin, Texas: Tribe Of Two Press. Fine. 1983. First Edition. Hard Cover. 8vo - 23 x 23 cm.; 47 pp. This is a special edition of this book, number 17 of 110 copies, signed by both Spencer and Howell on the first blank preliminary page. It is inscribed and signed again on the half title page by the author. Accompanying the book is is a specially bound original stone lithograph called "Firewatcher" by Howell, which is signed and dated. Both volumes are in a slipcase which is in very good condition having a bit of minor soiling on it. Laid in the book is a typed sheet with a poem by Spencer called "Spirit Song". The book, lithograph and slipcase are bound in a brown cloth with gilt lettering on the cover of the book and lithograph; the slipcase has a pastedown title and illustration. Spencer, who died in 2000, was a Native American educator and founder of The Learning Way Center. "Who Speaks for Wolf" received the Thomas Jefferson Cup Award for quality writing for young people and is considered an Environment al Classic. Howell (1937-1997) was a well known Southwest painter, print-maker and gallery owner; a post-realist painter of Native Americans. Digital photos of any aspect are available upon request. .

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        WILLEM DE KOONING. Signed

      New York:: Abbeville Press, (1983)., 1983 First Edition Signed by Willem De Kooning with his characteristic 'De Kooning' on the half-title page. A bright, fresh copy concentrating on his early work, black and white abstractions, the women, the landscapes, sculpture and late paintings, in black cloth, white titles to the spine in a near fine pictorial dustwrapper (light use at the spine), with the artist's influential Woman V (1952-53) on the front cover. Small 4to. 136 pp. Stunning colour and black and white plates and illustrations throughout. With Chronology, Exhibitions, Public Collections, a Selected Bibliography and, 'The Artist's Statements', with excerpts from, What Abstract Art Means To Me, The Renaissance And Order, Content Is A Glimpse and an Interview with Harold Rosenberg. A befitting homage to the work of the Dutch American master of Abstract Expressionism. A volume in the Modern Masters Series.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        Life in Hell. Bonus Fun-Fest Holiday Treat #3

      (Los Angeles): (Self-published). (1983). A very early production by the creator of The Simpsons, preceding his first book by a year. This is a limited edition identified as a 1984 edition, copyrighted in 1983, with holiday and new year greetings on the copyright page. One of 100 numbered copies signed by the author on the front cover. Created and compiled by Groening, it includes comics from his "Life in Hell" strip as well as a number of his fictional "Sound Mix" columns of music reviews, a "Letters" section that may or may not be invented by the author (it probably is) and various other comic inventions, including ads, etc. A rare edition by the groundbreaking comic artist; we have never seen another offered for sale. Slight edge sunning; still fine in stapled wrappers. . First Edition. Softcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Frontier Spirit. Catalog of the Collection of the Museum of Western Art

      The Museum of Western Art Denver, Co.; (1983).: The Museum of Western Art First printing limited to only 500 copies signed and numbered by Foxley. Frontier Spirit, was finished in four different versions, the present copy is one of the finest of all the editions elegantly bound by Harcourt Bindery of Boston in full Harmatan Nigerian Goatskin, raised bands, spine lettering gilt, small color plate mounted to front cover titled "Downing the Nigh Leader" by Frederic Remington, red endpapers, 264p., fully illustrated with 129 full color plates including 6 tipped in. William Foxley is one of five known collector's of major Western Art. For the past 35 years, Bill Foxley, a cattleman, industry innovator and art collector has been acquiring American Western art that spans a period of over 125 years. One of the very finest art books ever produced.. First Edition. Quarto.

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        Telex Iran: In the Name of the Revolution

      New York: Aperture. 1983. Folio - 12" - 15" Tall. F First Edition. S Soft Cover. Good. First edition [1983]. Scarce important work in photojournalism, product of five weeks in Teheran, Iran during the final days of the American hostage crisis. Softcover, nearly fifteen inches tall. Some corner curling to the front cover, light edgewear, sound binding (this book is prone to falling apart), hinges good but may have been internally reglued at one point, pages clean and free from names or other markings.

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        Lives I've Never Lived: A Portrait of Minor White

      Arc Press Cleveland, OH: Arc Press. 1983. First printing. Hardcover. Near Fine. First printing, 1983, Number XI of XXV copies signed with facsimile lithograph signature of Minor White and directly by Abe Frajndlich (as well as personal inscription from Frajndlich), accompanied by signed silver print of "Minor in Leather Jacket". Oblong quarto, bound in gray cloth in slipcase, printed on art paper, the photographer's homage to his mentor and teacher, Minor White, the great Zone System photographer and guru. 80 pp, text and photoplates. Book is near fine with a couple small unexplainable indentations on front pastedown; slipcase is very good with some mild soil and faint splotch mark on one side. The photograph of White has been nicely framed and glazed. The visible image measures 8.25 x 12.75 inches, the frame measures 21 x 17. Extra postage, especially overseas shipping, required. . catalog10/12

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        Cycle of the Werewolf ---by Stephen King / The Land of Enchantment, #91 of 100 Copies with original Art and Separate Portfolio of Prints by Berni ( Bernie ) Wrightson -Signed By Stephen King and Berni Wrightson ( Bernie )(aka: Silver Bullet )

      Westland, Michigan: The Land of Enchantment / Christopher Zavisa, 1983, 1st Edition, 1st Printing, One of 100 Copies, Signed, Slipcased, Limited Edition ----------hardcover, a Fine copy in a Fine dustjacket with just the faintest hint of a wee bit of sunning to the spine, in a Near Fine/Fine slipcase, book is signed by KING and WRIGHTSON, numbered # 91, as well this comes with the separate portfolio of 12 colour prints and 12 b&w prints by Wrightson, the portfolio is numbered # 91 and is signed by KING and WRIGHTSON, laid-in to the book is an original werewolf sketch by Wrightson which is signed by WRIGHTSON, the 100 copy limited edition was issued with original artwork by Berni, the 100 copy edition rarely comes onto the secondary market, a wonderful copy of a truly rare edition, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Illus. by Berni Wrightson / Bernie Wrightson.

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        Erosion

      Princeton University Press Princeton: Princeton University Press. (1983). First. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Signed by the poet in the year of publication. A beautiful copy of the author's scarce second book. .

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        Soldaten - Kämpfer - Kameraden. Marsch und Kämpfe der SS-Totenkopf-Division.. (5 Bände in 8 Büchern, compl.).

      4°, 360 S; 526 S.; 784 S.; 570 S.; 311 S.; 320 S.; 311 S.; 670 S.; zahlreichen Abbildungen und Karten, OLwd. m. OU., 1 Bd. Broschur., Min.gebrauchspurig. Band I: Aufstellung, Frankreichfeldzug, Bereitstellung für Rußlandfeldzug; Bd.: II a. Bereitstellung für den Feldzug im Osten und Rußlandfeldzug bis 31.12.1941; Bd.:II b: Abwehrkämpfe südlich des Ilmensees, Verteidigung des Raumes Demjansk, Abwehrkämpfe an der Landbrücke nordwestlich Demjansk bis Ende Oktober 1942.; Bd. III: Neuaufstellung 1943 / Rgt. "Thule" / Besetzung Südfrankreichs / Verlegung an die Ostfront / Abwehr- und Angriffskämpfe im Raum Charkow / Vorstoß auf Bjelgorod / Stellungskämpfe am Donez / Operation "Zitadelle" / Abwehrkämpfe westlich und südwestlich von Charkow / Rückzugskämpfe auf Krementschug bis 30.9.1943.; Bd. IV a: Abwehr am Dnjepr / Abwehr- und Angriffskämpfe im Raum Kriwoi-Rog / Kämpfe nordwestlich Krementschug.; Bd IV b: Rückzugskämpfe bis in den Raum Balta / Abwehrkämpfe im Raum Balta und Rückzugskämpfe auf den Dnjestr / Auffrischung im Raum Bacou-Roman / Kämpfe im Raum Tagrul-Frumos / Verlegung nach Polen; Bd. V a: Verlegung in den Mittelabschnitt der Ostfront / Abwehrkämpfe bei Grodno und im Bereich der 2. Armee / Absetzbewegungen in den Raum ostwärts Warschau / Abwehrschlachten nordostwärts Warschau / Verlegung nach Ungarn.; Bd. V b: Entsatzangriffe in Richtung Budapest / Abwehrkämpfe im Raum Stuhl-weißenburg / Rückzugskämpfe auf die Reichsschutz-Stellung / Endkämpfe in Österreich / Auslieferung der Division / Truppenkameradschaft. - Die SS-Division Totenkopf, später in SS-Panzergrenadier-Division "Totenkopf" und 3. SS-Panzer-Division "Totenkopf" umbenannt, war eine Division der deutschen Waffen-SS. Die Division entstand aus den SS-Totenkopfverbänden und rekrutierte sich ursprünglich aus Wachmannschaften der deutschen Konzentrationslager. Die Einheit bestand bis zum Ende des Deutsch-Sowjetischen Krieges und gehörte zu den deutschen Eliteverbänden. Sie war eine von SS-Gruppenführer Theodor Eicke stark geprägte, im Geist des Nationalsozialismus motivierte Einheit. Sie zeichnete sich deshalb durch eine besonders rücksichtslose Kriegführung aus und war an Kriegsverbrechen beteiligt.

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        The Faceless Man; The Brave Free Men; The Asutra

      San Francisco: Underwood-Miller. 1983. First. First hardcover editions, copy number 11 of 200 copies of the Durdane Trilogy. Three volumes, each Signed by the author. Fine in fine dustwrappers with slipcase. Although not marked in any way, these copies are from the distinguished modern first edition collection of Bruce Kahn. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Lyonesse: Suldrun's Garden; Lyonesse, The Green Pearl; Lyonesse: Madouc

      Novato, CA and Lancaster, PA: Underwood-Miller, (1983)-1989. First editions, first printings.. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Yes. The Lyonesse trilogy. Volume 1 is One of 500 signed and numbered copies. It is in fine condition, in a fine dustwrapper, unclipped; Volume 2 is one of 600 signed numbered copies, in fine condition, in fine, unclipped dustwrapper and in the publisher's slipcase. Volume 3 is the first edition in fine condition in a fine unclipped dustwrapper.

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        SNAKE POEMS

      Toronto: Salamander Press, 1983 Atwood, Margaret. SNAKE POEMS. Toronto: Salamander Press, 1983. Limited Edition handbound by Anne Goluska in Momi Kon paper over earthy dark green boards accordion style, printed leaf green & black title-piece pasted to the upper cover. A unique production designed by Glenn Goluska. One of only one hundred copies hand-numbered "60" & signed by Atwood. Although the limitation suggests that there are copies out there somewhere, in our experience, they rarely appear offered for sale. A very fine copy. $1175. 1st Edition. Illus. by Glenn Goluska.

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        The Death of Venus. Lithographs by Mark Beard. Edited with an introduction by Michael Finegold

      Vincent FitzGerald & Company New York: Vincent FitzGerald & Company. 1983. One of 50 copies only on BFK Rives, signed by Beard on the colophon. Page size: 7 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches. Bound: loose in original wrappers, as issued, in publisher's clamshell box of green cloth and silver kid spine designed as a classic column by Gerard Charriere and Carol Joyce, fine. First edition of this previously unpublished manuscript by Sitwell; the original manuscript notebook is in the collection of Paul W. Motter. Mark Beard has created six color lithographs, plus one five-page black and white lithograph, pulled on Arches paper, each signed and numbered by the artist, for this book. Originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, Beard has had exhibitions at the Studio of Lowell Nesbitt, the Ericson Gallery, Utah Museum of Fine Arts and has won awards from the Henry Doll Foundation in New York and the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. His work is represented in many distinguished collections, among them: Harvard University and Yale University, The Chase Manhattan Bank, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the New York Public Library, to cite a few. This is the artist's first livre d'artiste. The lithographs were pulled under the supervision of the artist and publisher at Prasada Press; the text at Wild Carrot Letterpress. A mint copy of this contemporary livre de peintre marking the debut of a major American artist. See an Image.

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        Life and Times of Michael K

      Ravan Press, 1983. First South African (and true first) Edition (first printing). The third novel by the Nobel Prize-winning author of DISGRACE and SUMMERTIME, the story of an obscure young gardener who decides to take his mother on a long march away from the civil strife of the South African administration. Winner of Coetzee's first of two Booker Prizes in Britain. Fine/Fine. A few very light spots to the top edge of the pages, else very clean. Signed by Coetzee on the title page. . Signed by Author. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.

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        EVERETT RUESS. A Vagabond For Beauty. Signed

      Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, (Peregrine Smith Books), 1983 First Edition Signed by Edward Abbey, who penned the Afterword, and John Nichols, who wrote the Introduction, on the title-page and further dated by Edward Abbey, 'Tucson 1983'. 8vo. 228 pp. A fine copy in rose paper covered boards, gilt titles and decorations in a fine pictorial dustwrapper. A bright, fresh copy of this biography, accompanied by letters from the artist-poet Ruess, who disappeared in Southeastern, Utah in 1934 at the age of 20.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        The History of Middle Earth, Volumes 1 - 12

      London: Allen & Unwin/Unwin Hyman/Harper Collins, 1983. First Edition. Original Cloth. J.R.R. Tolkien. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. A complete History of Middle Earth, in Twelve Volumes. All 12 volumes in Near Fine in Near Fine/Very Good Plus dustjackets. Only the lightest of rubbing to the dustjackets, no chipping or loss to any. #3 The Lays of Beleriand shows some wrinkling in the laminate, as often found. A slight bit of fading to the spine of #5 The Lost Road, only noticeable if dustjacket is spread out. #7 The Treason of Isengard has a small 1/4" closed tear to the top of the front spine fold. An outstanding set for the collector. Allen and Unwin first printings of the first 4 volumes housed in a black buckram slipcase with ribbon pull, Unwin Hyman first printings of the second 4 volumes housed in a black buckram slipcase with ribbon pull, and Harper Collins first printings of the final 4 volumes, housed in a black buckram slipcase with a silk ribbon pull. Only 2 volumes are price clipped, #5 & #6, with Unwin Hyman price label on #5. Points of issue on the 12 books are as follows: No price on dustjacket #1, #2, #4, #7, #9, #11, #12. Price on dustjackets #3, #5, #8, #10. No names or writing in any of the books. No foxing or offsetting in any of the books. The first four books, published by Allen & Unwin have the topstain on the top edge. The final 3 volumes have the slightest toning to the edges of the text block as is so often found, #10 & #12 much less than the norm. #12 The Peoples of Middle Earth is an exceptional copy, no rubbing or flaws to the dustjacket as is so often the case with this very scarce book. Edited by Christopher Tolkien from his father's manuscripts, detailing the evolution of Tolkien's life long works dealing with Middle Earth. Digital photo's available, inquire if interested. Other Tolkien books available, include both the UK and US editions, original cloth bindings, custom fine bindings, and Signed/Numbered/Limited Editions. Near Fine / Very Good Plus.

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        The Bone People

      Spiral (Wellington): Spiral. (1983). First. First edition, first issue. Wrappers as issued. Small owner name on the first page, rubbing to the edges of the front wrap, some creases on the rear wrap, a near very good copy of the very scarce true first edition, first published in New Zealand, and rarely found in fine condition. Booker Prize winner, the first from New Zealand. .

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        Ironweed

      Viking Press New York: Viking Press. (1983). First. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper with a minor crease to the top of the front flap. Signed by the author. A beautiful copy of this Pulitzer Prize-winner, the final book of the Albany trilogy. Kennedy also wrote the screenplay for the 1987 Hector Babenco-directed film featuring Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep. Although not marked in any way, this copy is from the distinguished modern first edition collection of Bruce Kahn. .

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        Original Photograph By John Reeves

      Toronto, N.D.: John Reeves Levine, Norman 11" x 14" 1983 original silverprint by John Reeves, Titled & Signed by Reeves on the border. In fine condition. $585.00. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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