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        The Hunt for Red October

      Naval Institute, 1984. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland 1984. First Edition / First Printing. Copyright page has 18 lines of text and no statement of printing. First issue dust jacket with no price at the front flap. Rare Book. Rear panel has 6 reviews: Jack Higgins, Joseph Wambaugh, Clive Cussler, Edward L. Beach, John Moore, Stansfield Turner. Red cloth binding with silver lettering at the spine. Book Condition: Very Good+, clean boards, tight spine. Light spots at the fore-edge of the pages, shelf wear. Two lightly bumped corners. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+, shelf wear, light spots. Short tear at the jacket spine. Wrapped in a new mylar cover.

      [Bookseller: 1st Editions and Antiquarian Books, ABA,]
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        HANDBAG

      New York: Original Artwork 1984. Marker pen and gold ink on black leather purse. 1984. Signed and inscribed to Joy by Andy Warhol on the lid and with $ signs drawn to the lid and back. Signed by Basquiat to the front with an additional 2 crown drawings and "EYE" design to the sides. This handbag was worn by Joy when she accompanied Basquiat and Warhol to Keith Haring's "Party of Life" at the Paradise Garage on May 16th 1984. The artwork was created by the artists during the course of the party. Provenance: Joy "Joystick" Bouldin. Joy was a key figure in the New York club scene of the early 1980s. Aged 18, she arrived in New York and, eschewing her plans to go to college, found work at the Mudd Club. Here she was befriended by Andy Warhol, who introduced her to his inner circle, including Jean-Michel Basquiat (for whom she modelled) and Keith Haring. In 1982 she quit her job in a law firm to "work the elevator" at Danceteria. Deciding who to let in to the private club gave her a key position at the forefront of the emerging culture of the time, positioned at the intersection between fashion, Pop Art, Hip Hop and graffiti. Like key door-people everywhere, Joy knew everyone and everyone knew her. She came up with the idea of having the best known and most applauded graffiti writers, pop artists and musicians tag or draw on her clothing as they came in and out of the club. In doing so she created a wearable original artwork merging fashion, art and music that now also serves as a significant historical document. Downtown New York, became the catwalk for wearable art, the streets were dotted with Suzan Pitt's second-hand painted raincoats, Clayton (Patterson) Hats, the clubs were where the circles of fashion and art danced the night away and there could be no better adornment than a Warhol and Basquiat handbag the downtown version of the uptown (Hermes) clutch. Joy Bouldin sat for Jean-Michel Basquiat several times and was the subject of two of his major works, RED JOY (sold £1.5m Sothebys London 2013) and BIG JOY (sold £2.6m Phillips London 2012), paintings which hung in the artist's first major solo exhibition at Mary Boone Gallery in 1984. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        THE HOBBIT, THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING, THE TWO TOWERS, THE RETURN OF THE KING (4 Volumes)

      Norwalk, Connecticut: Easton Press. 1984. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. All 4 volumes Fine. Leather Bound. Accented in 22kt gold. Printed on archival paper with gilded edges. The endsheets are of moire fabric with a silk ribbon page marker. Smyth sewing and concealed muslin joints. This set is in full leather with hubbed spines. Pristine. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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        Les intellectuels en question EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: In Le journal des débats N°29, 1984. Fine. In Le journal des débats N°29, Paris Mars 1984, 18,5x26,5cm, agrafé. - First Edition printed small number of this reprinted from the journal of Pierre Nora, The Debate. Precious autograph signed by the author to his sister "... for you, this little reading and to help you cheer up." Marguerite Blanchot, renowned organist Chalon Cathedral, remained all his life in the family home with his mother and aunt. "It will gradually become, for the family, as the memory of origins." Very close to Maurice, she regularly corresponded with the writer who reflects him great recognition for his dedication to their helpless mother. If intense affection Blanchot for his mother and his sister shines in dedications of it, we know almost nothing of their relations. In the only biographical essay on Blanchot, Christophe Bident reveals, however: "Marguerite Maurice Blanchot worshiped his brother very proud of him, (...) it attached great importance to his political ideas (...) She read a lot (.... .) They phoned corresponded. A distance, they shared the same natural authority, the same concern for discretion. " Blanchot address him indeed many books from his library, now with her continuous intellectual link. As the passion of Blanchot for his mother, it is the turn of his work that we discover the finest examples: "Maybe the power of the mother figure she borrows its brightness to the same power fascination, and one could say that if the mother carries this fascinating attraction is as appearing when the child lives entirely under the gaze of fascination, it concentrates in itself all the powers of enchantment ". Cultivating absolute discretion, Blanchot pushed the art of erasing into his handwritten dedications generally brief and almost always written on cards attached to the rare books he offered his close friends. In contrast, in these precious autograph dedication of the authors to his mother and sister, Blanchot offers in all its fragility and, in the privacy of this correspondence, his work focuses on a previously unknown personal look. A small tear at the top of the back. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale imprimée à petit nombre de ce tiré à part de la revue de Pierre Nora, Le Débat. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Maurice Blanchot à sa soeur "... pour toi, ce peu de lecture et pour t'aider à reprendre courage". Marguerite Blanchot, organiste de renom à la cathédrale de Chalon, demeura toute sa vie dans la maison familiale, avec sa mère et sa tante. "Elle deviendra peu à peu, pour la famille, comme la mémoire des origines." Très proche de Maurice, elle correspond régulièrement avec l'écrivain qui lui témoigne une grande reconnaissance pour son dévouement envers leur mère impotente. Si l'intense affection de Blanchot pour sa mère et sa soeur transparait dans les dédicaces de celui-ci, on ne sait presque rien de leur relations. Dans l'unique essai biographique sur Blanchot, Christophe Bident nous révèle cependant : "Marguerite Blanchot vénérait son frère Maurice. Très fière de lui, (...) elle attachait une grande importance à ses idées politiques (...). Elle lisait beaucoup (...) Ils se téléphonaient, correspondaient. A distance, ils partageaient la même autorité naturelle, le même souci de discrétion." Blanchot lui adresse en effet de nombreux ouvrages provenant de sa bibliothèque, maintenant avec elle un lien intellectuel continu. Quant à la passion de Blanchot pour sa mère, c'est au détour de son oeuvre que l'on en découvre les plus beaux témoignages: "Peut-être la puissance de la figure maternelle emprunte-t-elle son éclat à la puissance même de la fascination, et l'on pourrait dire que si la Mère exerce cet attrait fascinant, c'est qu'apparaissant quand l'enfant vit tout entier sous le regard de la fascination, elle concentre en elle tous les pouvoirs de l'enchantement".Cultivant une discrétion absolue, Blanchot poussait l'art de l'effacement jusque dans ses dédicaces manuscrites généralement succinctes et rédigées presque systématiquement sur des cartes jointes aux rares ouvrages qu'il offrait à ses proches amis. A l'opposé, dans ces précieux envois à sa mère et sa soeur, Blanchot s'offre dans toute sa fragilité et, dans l'intimité de cette correspondance, porte sur son oeuvre un regard personnel jusqu'alors inconnu. Une petite déchirure en tête du dos.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        So Long And Thanks For All The Fish

      London: Pan, 1984., 1984. Inscribed First Edition. Octavo. pp. [5], 191. Bound in publisher's black cloth with titles in silver to spine. Black dust jacket, designed by Gary Day-Ellison, with holographic panel to front cover, and titles in white to front cover and spine, unclipped. Includes publisher's compliment slip. Binding shows only minor bumping to tail of spine. Dust wrapper shows very well, with no signs of rubbing or wear. The book is inscribed by Adams to the front flyleaf, to David Bleasdale, a colleague and associate of the publisher. The title is the final message from the dolphins to mankind, which was misinterpreted as a surprisingly sophisticated attempt to do a double-backward somersault through a hoop while whistling the "Star Spangled Banner." Less a space travel, and more a time travel narrative, and which focuses primarily on the romance between Arthur Dent and Fenchurch, So Long is the fourth book in the Hitch-Hiker's Guide trilogy of five parts.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        The Butterfly (unique copy)

      Prometheus Press, Grasse, 1984. 1st edition. 16mo. Grey wrappers with manuscript label as issued, one of only 5 hand-illustrated copies, each on different paper (this on phenix), numbered 'alpha' and signed by Frederic Prokosch, tipped-in original watercolour illustration opposite title page (initialled FP), the title page and poem in manuscript. In this charming little book are the last six couplets from one of Robert Frost's best pastoral poems, 'The Tuft of Flowers', originally published in his A Boy's Will. Frederic Prokosch was, amongst other things, fascinated by lepidoptery, so there is a natural fit here between artist and author. Unique copy as stated.

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        Edgar Rice Burroughs Library of Illustration. 3 Volumes Limited Edition in Slip Case

      Russ Cochran 1984 - #591 of 2000. Three volumes in slipcase. Slipcase has edge wear, minor scratches, minor scuffs, rubbed corners. Cloth boards have edge wear, rubbed corners/spine. Nice set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Christie's Pictorial History of Chinese Ceramics (1st edition 1984 Phaidon hardback)

      Phaidon, 1984. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Very Good. VG-/VG- 1st edition 1984 Phaidon large format, heavy hardback, price-clipped DJ, over 1000 illustrations, 200 in colour. Minor indents visible to rear of DJ with edge-rubbing to DJ, ex-owner gift note to fly-leaf, all else VG bright and unmarked. A stunning and highly regarded guide to Chinese ceramics from early Han and Tang right through to beautiful export pieces. A delight. Sent Airmail at no extra cost; Worldwide Shipping IMMEDIATE 1ST CLASS/AIRMAIL DISPATCH Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Art & Design; ISBN: 0714880159. ISBN/EAN: 9780714880150. Inventory No: 058347..

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        World Without Men (Signed Limited Edition)

      New York: Xavier Moreau, 1984. First Edition. First Edition. One of an unstated number of copies SIGNED by Helmut Newton at the rear, underneath the indication that this catalog represents a traveling exhibition that is scheduled to appear in Europe and the United States. Not to be confused with the more common trade edition, which has a dust jacket and no slipcase. Extremely scarce. Fine in gray cloth-covered boards and slipcase and silver stamping as issued.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER - WITH SIGNED BOOKPLATE LAID IN

      Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1984. First Edition. First Printing, conforming to the following points: book measures 9.25" tall, with 18 lines of text on copyright page, no statement of edition, and weighing 1lb. 13 oz.; dustjacket unpriced, with 6 reviews on rear panel. Octavo; full red cloth, with titles stamped in silver on spine, and decorations stamped in blind on front panel; dustjacket; 387pp, [2]. Bookplate signed by the author loosely laid in. Base of spine gently nudged, else Fine in a Fine dustjacket, with some trivial rubbing to extremities. The author's highly-regarded first book, featuring CIA analyst Jack Ryan. Basis for John McTiernan's Oscar-winning film, starring Sean Connery, Alec Baldwin, and Scott Glenn.

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        GRAFFITI JACKET

      New York: Original Artwork. c.1984. Marker pen, ink and sticker on a black leather jacket. circa 1984. An extraordinary artwork serving as a "who's who" of the downtown New York City art and music scene in the 1980s. Each artist has hand-drawn on or signed parts of the jacket. Basquiat draws a crown and "s" in gold and signs Jean Michel with a crown above and further "s" in sliver; Futura 2000 signs in pink along the bottom edge at the rear and draws his spraycan character to the front; Shadi (David Scilken) artist and vocalist with The Young And The Useless contributes a large drawing to the rear titled "Death Rain" signed and dated 1984; Haring contributes a neon green Three Eyed Smiling Face sticker; Revolt draws a large character to the left shoulder and sleeve; Cey Adams draws a spraycan and signs in various places. Further contributions from Ad-Rock (Adam Horowitz of the Beastie Boys); Fab 5 Freddy; Kano (Dante Ross) who went on to be one of the most influential A&R representatives in hip hop working for Tommy Boy, Elektra and Warner; Crazy Legs (founding member and later president of The Rock Steady Crew); Zephyr; James TOP (Jee II); Stash (Josh Franklin); Delta II; RB163; Energy (NRG); Ezo; Africa 131 / Cmor; Jigs City (Julie Ashcroft) and many more. Many of the artists featured either went on to reach the top of their game or in the case of Basquiat, Haring and Shadi died tragically young having already done so. Provenance: Joy "Joystick" Bouldin. Joy was a key figure in the New York club scene of the early 1980s. Aged 18, she arrived in New York and, eschewing her plans to go to college, found work at the Mudd Club. Here she was befriended by Andy Warhol, who introduced her to his inner circle, including Jean-Michel Basquiat (for whom she modelled) and Keith Haring. In 1982 she quit her job in a law firm to "work the elevator" at Danceteria. Deciding who to let in to the private club gave her a key position at the forefront of the emerging culture of the time, positioned at the intersection between fashion, Pop Art, Hip Hop and graffiti. Like key door-people everywhere, Joy knew everyone and everyone knew her. She came up with the idea of having the best known and most applauded graffiti writers, pop artists and musicians tag or draw on her clothing as they came in and out of the club. In doing so she created a wearable original artwork merging fashion, art and music that now also serves as a significant historical document. Joy Bouldin sat for Jean-Michel Basquiat several times and was the subject of two of his major works, RED JOY (sold £1.5m Sothebys London 2013) and BIG JOY (sold £2.6m Phillips London 2012), paintings which hung in the artist's first major solo exhibition at Mary Boone Gallery in 1984. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        HANDBAG

      New York: Original Artwork 1984 - Marker pen and gold ink on black leather purse. 1984. Signed and inscribed to Joy by Andy Warhol on the lid and with $ signs drawn to the lid and back. Signed by Basquiat to the front with an additional 2 crown drawings and "EYE" design to the sides.This handbag was worn by Joy when she accompanied Basquiat and Warhol to Keith Haring's "Party of Life" at the Paradise Garage on May 16th 1984. The artwork was created by the artists during the course of the party. Provenance: Joy "Joystick" Bouldin. Joy was a key figure in the New York club scene of the early 1980s. Aged 18, she arrived in New York and, eschewing her plans to go to college, found work at the Mudd Club. Here she was befriended by Andy Warhol, who introduced her to his inner circle, including Jean-Michel Basquiat (for whom she modelled) and Keith Haring. In 1982 she quit her job in a law firm to "work the elevator" at Danceteria. Deciding who to let in to the private club gave her a key position at the forefront of the emerging culture of the time, positioned at the intersection between fashion, Pop Art, Hip Hop and graffiti. Like key door-people everywhere, Joy knew everyone and everyone knew her. She came up with the idea of having the best known and most applauded graffiti writers, pop artists and musicians tag or draw on her clothing as they came in and out of the club. In doing so she created a wearable original artwork merging fashion, art and music that now also serves as a significant historical document. Downtown New York, became the catwalk for wearable art, the streets were dotted with Suzan Pitt's second-hand painted raincoats, Clayton (Patterson) Hats, the clubs were where the circles of fashion and art danced the night away and there could be no better adornment than a Warhol and Basquiat handbag the downtown version of the uptown (Hermes) clutch.Joy Bouldin sat for Jean-Michel Basquiat several times and was the subject of two of his major works, RED JOY (sold £1.5m Sothebys London 2013) and BIG JOY (sold £2.6m Phillips London 2012), paintings which hung in the artist's first major solo exhibition at Mary Boone Gallery in 1984. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LUCIUS BOOKS (ABA, ILAB, PBFA)]
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        GRAFFITI DENIM JACKET

      New York: Original Artwork c.1984. Acrylic and ink on a denim Wrangler jacket (size 40). Painted circa 1984. Large "JoyStick" piece with character portrait and smaller "Revolt" piece underneath, to rear jacket panel. A classic Dr. Revolt burner with character portrait of Joy "Joystick" Bouldin. Authentic hand painted clothing from the early days of hip hop are exceptionally rare. Revolt began painting on New York subway trains in the late 1970's and continued throughout the 1980's. As a member of the RTW (Rolling Thunder Writers) he painted with artists such as IZ THE WIZ, ZEPHYR, QUIK and KEL. He appeared in the historic PBS documentary "Style Wars" and along with Zephyr created the iconic "WILD STYLE" mural used in film of the same name. Revolt has never stopped painting and his work is held in museums, galleries and private collections worldwide. He has been in commercial demand since the 1980's designing album covers for artists such as The Fun Lovin' Criminals and Grandmaster Flash and creating the classic "YO! MTV Raps" logo. Provenance: Joy "Joystick" Bouldin. Joy was a key figure in the New York club scene of the early 1980s. Aged 18, she arrived in New York and, eschewing her plans to go to college, found work at the Mudd Club. Here she was befriended by Andy Warhol, who introduced her to his inner circle, including Jean-Michel Basquiat (for whom she modelled) and Keith Haring. In 1982 she quit her job in a law firm to "work the elevator" at Danceteria. Deciding who to let in to the private club gave her a key position at the forefront of the emerging culture of the time, positioned at the intersection between fashion, Pop Art, Hip Hop and graffiti. Like key door-people everywhere, Joy knew everyone and everyone knew her. She came up with the idea of having the best known and most applauded graffiti writers, pop artists and musicians tag or draw on her clothing as they came in and out of the club. In doing so she created a wearable original artwork merging fashion, art and music that now also serves as a significant historical document. In true graffiti spirit, the writers wanted to be seen and learning of Joy's legendary art coats were keen to have their name displayed at the hottest club in town. As a result Joy was gifted items of hand-painted clothing in the hope she would wear them out. This jacket by Revolt was once such item that she loved and wore regularly. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        Cameraworks

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, SIGNED by David Hockney on front free endpaper in beautiful, arched penmanship. Illustrated with reproductions of Hockney's photocollages. Text by Lawrence Weschler. With official press kit for the Los Angeles premier of Jack Hazan's award-winning film about the art and lifestyle of David Hockney, A Bigger Splash. Provenance: With ownership stamp on front free endpaper of Robin Ptacek, a noted art historian, former curator of modern art at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., and prominent gay rights activist. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1984. Quarto, original white cloth, original photographic dust jacket. With 122 full color plates and 53 illustrations in the text. Price sticker on dust jacket. A FINE COPY.

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        Mit Berndorffs versippt : eine Familienchronik der Sippen Berndorff, Holler, Kracke (Leinen),

      Hans Richarz Publikations-Service, 1984 - Eine umfangreiche Genealogie der Familie Berndorff und verwandter Familien. Nur leichte Gebrauchsspuren. Über 10 KG! 43 cm. Schneller Versand, mit Rechnung. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 10412 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Original watercolour for The Hobbit

      [c.1984]. Watercolour and ink on heavy watercolour board. Board size: 481 x 598 mm. Image size: 475 x 352 mm. Presented in a handmade white gold leaf frame with UV glass. In excellent condition. Original watercolour by American illustrator and author Michael Hague and signed by him in the lower left hand corner. Hague's watercolour depicts Bilbo, Gandalf and the thirteen dwarves travelling through the forest and appeared on pp. ?? in the illustrated edition of The Hobbit published in 1984 by Houghton Mifflin, Boston.

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        God Knows

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York,, 1984. Octavo. Original burgundy cloth, titles to upper board and spine gilt. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the nicked dust jacket. First Trade Edition, First Printing. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "To Nick & Elana Sincere good wishes from Valerie and me, on the occasion of our visit to Ann Arbor and our betrothal to each other. Joe Heller Feb 2. 1987". Heller married Valerie two years later.

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        ELEMENTS DE DESIGN INDUSTRIEL

      Edition : PARIS, MALOINE, 1984 - Edition originale - Illustré en noir et blanc - Ouvrage de référence dans le design - Collection Université de Compiègne - Dos un peu insolé 477 pages, 24 cm, relié. Bon état La librairie offre aux clients d'AbeBooks 15% de réduction sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 750,00 EUR. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Miami Blues

      St Martins Pr, 1984-02-01. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: St. Martins, 1984. 191 p. First edition. Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. Inscribed to former owner on front free end paper by author in blue ink. Front board creased, fore edge foxed. Spine panel sunned, wear along edges, scratching to back panel, price intact ($12.95). A rare signed copy of the first Hoke Moseley novel, an excellent Florida neo-noir.

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        BARFLY: THE CONTINUING SAGA OF HENRY CHINASKI - 1/20 PRESENTATION COPIES WITH AN ORIGINAL DRAWING

      Sutton West and Santa Barbara: Paget Press, 1984. First Edition. One of ca.20 copies marked "Special Presentation Copy" on the colophon. Octavo; 3/4 black paper, printed in 3 colors over red cloth backstrip spattered in black and yellow paint, with title label applied to spine; original acetate overlay; 162pp, [10]; illus; signed by Bukowski opposite the colophon, with an original marker drawing by him applied to verso of half-title. Some inevitable offset from marker drawing onto half-title and title pages, with a tiny indentation above the 'B' on spine label, else Fine in a lightly shelf-worn acetate overlay. First English language edition, the most limited issue of Bukowski's screenplay commissioned by Barbet Schroeder. Krumhansl 90d.

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        Snake.

      Edinburgh: The Tragara Press, 1984 - 2 copies, octavo. Unbound proof copy, together with first proof. Loose octavo quires in original white wrappers printed in black. A crisp copy in excellent condition. First separate edition, unnumbered proof copy from a limited edition of 12 numbered copies, together with first proof with publisher's corrections in red ink. This edition of D. H. Lawrence's poem was published to mark the 80th birthday of George Lazarus, whose collection of Lawrence books and manuscripts was bequeathed to Nottingham University. This copy is from the library of John K. Martin (born 1930), with his book label tipped-in on the limitation page. Martin is the owner of the Black Sparrow Press and publisher of Charles Bukowski, amongst many other avant-garde and counterculture authors. He started collecting modern first editions when he was 19, focusing on the works of Lawrence, Faulkner, Pound and Henry Miller. When Martin sold his collection to the University of California in 1966 it had grown to include the Beat poets. Martin used the proceeds from the sale to start the Black Sparrow Press. "Snake" originally appeared as part of Lawrence's collection of poems, Birds, Beasts and Flowers, which was first published in the US in 1923. Roberts & Poplawski A131.

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        The Ghostway (True First Edition)

      Dennis McMillan 1984 - This is the McMillan limited edition that was subtitled The Door Into Darkness. Fine unread book in a Fine minus jacket that has a tiny ding to front panel that is within the purple cloud and barely noticeable. This is copy 114 of 300 such copies and is signed by Hillerman on the limitation page. This is the only limited, First Edition of a Hillerman Navajo mystery to be issued by a publisher other than Harper. I’m not quite sure how Dennis pulled this off, but it makes this edition of the Ghostway a collectors’ high spot. The unusual, wrap-around jacket was done by Chista Cantu. This edition appeared a year before the Harper trade edition was published in 1985 and is the true first printing of this novel. This is the third Navajo mystery featuring Jim Chee. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        GRAFFITI JACKET

      New York: Original Artwork. 1984. Keith Haring . . . actually got down on his knees because of my height and drew this [light bulb character]. I could feel him etching against my back. This is not an image that you see replicated if you were to look at [Haring's] body of work, so it really speaks to his improvisation and the spirit of where we were at that particular time on that night." - Joy Bouldin. Marker Pen and ink on a black leather jacket. 1984. An exceptional collaboration artwork. Keith Haring contributes three drawings, a dark green figure diving head first from the right lapel, a dark green snake on the left lapel and a larger light green dancing lightbulb man to the jacket back; Futura adds a large old school tag above Haring in white on the back, a spraycan character drawing underneath Haring on the right lapel, and the scribble tag in green on the left lapel; Fab 5 Freddy takes the left arm in green and dates his tag 1984; Cey draws a stylish "C" outline in silver, dated 1984 to the back and tags in silver on the left lapel; Kano (who went on to be one of the most influential A&R representatives in hip hop working for Tommy Boy, Elektra and Warner) draws a character and tags "Kano love" & "Fresh Kidd" in silver of the back of the right sleeve; Stash contributes several drawings to the back in green including a character and tv screen, also a "destiny" (DestroyEverySubwayTrainInNewYork) outline in green to the bottom left front and possibly the "joystick" outline in pink and green above (although this has futura-esque highlights and elements); Energy (NRG) and Africa131 (Cmor / Afrochild) also tag. There is a silver full body character underneath the front lapel and a couple of other tags that as yet we are unable to attribute. An exceptional artwork bringing together the elite movers and shakers of the 1980 art and club scene. This was Joy's favourite jacket and the one she considered the most important. Provenance: Joy "Joystick" Bouldin. Joy was a key figure in the New York club scene of the early 1980s. Aged 18, she arrived in New York and, eschewing her plans to go to college, found work at the Mudd Club. Here she was befriended by Andy Warhol, who introduced her to his inner circle, including Jean-Michel Basquiat (for whom she modelled) and Keith Haring. In 1982 she quit her job in a law firm to "work the elevator" at Danceteria. Deciding who to let in to the private club gave her a key position at the forefront of the emerging culture of the time, positioned at the intersection between fashion, Pop Art, Hip Hop and graffiti. Like key door-people everywhere, Joy knew everyone and everyone knew her. She came up with the idea of having the best known and most applauded graffiti writers, pop artists and musicians tag or draw on her clothing as they came in and out of the club. In doing so she created a wearable original artwork merging fashion, art and music that now also serves as a significant historical document. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        Nineteen Eighty-Four: The Facsimile of the Extant Manuscript

      Houghton Mifflin Harcourt P 1984-05. HardCover. New.

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        Collected Stories

      New York: Harper & Row, 1984. First edition. Octavo, original half cloth. Inscribed by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Fine in a fine dust jacket. The stories are rich and startling in their matter and confident and eloquent in their manner...They are the word cannot be avoided--magical" (John Updike, The New Yorker). "García Márquez has extraordinary strength and firmness of imagination and writes with the calmness of a man who knows exactly what wonders he can perform" (Alfred Kazin, New York Times Book Review).

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        Storia naturale (Naturalis Historia). Libri I/VII - VIII/XV - XVI/XXIV - XXV/XXXII - XXXIII/XXXVII

      Pisa , GIARDINI, 1984 - Saggio introduttivo di F. Della Corte. Traduzione e note di S. Boscherini, S. Rizzo, A. Roncoroni, et al. Testo latino e italiano. Opera pubblicata dal 1984 al 1987. 5 volumi. 4vo. pp. 1338 complessive. . Ottimo (Fine). . . . Edizione promossa in occasione de XIX centenario della morte di Plinio il Vecchio [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Metzkes, Harald. - Nach Raffaels Disputa. - "Auferstehung".

      - Mischtechnik / Aquarell, Gouache & Tusche, über Radierung, auf Hahnemühle-Bütten, 1984. Von Harald Metzkes. Künstlerexemplar (e.a.). 32,0 x 49,5 cm (Darstellung / Platte) / 50 x 65,5 cm (Blatt). Außerhalb der Platte rechts unten in Bleistift signiert und datiert, mittig betitelt und links mit eigenhändiger Auflagenbezeichnung versehen. Am Blattrand rechts unten Wasserzeichen der Hahnemühle. - Blattrand minimal angeschmutzt. Insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. Harald Metzkes (1929 Bautzen - lebt in Altlandsberg). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. 1949?53 Studium der Malerei an der Hochschule für bildende Künste Dresden (HfBK) bei Wilhelm Lachnit und Rudolf Bergander. 1955?58 Meisterschüler der deutschen Akademie der Künste in Berlin bei Otto Nagel. 1965 Käthe-Kollwitz-Preis. 1977 Nationalpreis der DDR für Illustration und Grafik. 1984 Teilnahme an der Biennale in Venedig. 2007 Hannah-Höch-Preis. Gilt als Begründer und Hauptvertreter der sogenannten "Berliner Schule", zu der unter anderen Hans Vent, Lothar Böhme, Konrad Knebel und Werner Stötzer gehören. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Metzkes, Harald. - Nach Raffaels Disputa. - "Revolution".

      . Mischtechnik / Aquarell & Gouache, über Radierung, auf Hahnemühle-Bütten, 1984. Von Harald Metzkes. Künstlerexemplar (e.a.). 32,0 x 50,0 cm (Darstellung / Platte) / 50 x 65,5 cm (Blatt). Außerhalb der Platte rechts unten in Bleistift signiert und datiert, mittig betitelt und links mit eigenhändiger Auflagenbezeichnung versehen. Am Blattrand rechts unten Wasserzeichen der Hahnemühle. - Blattrand leicht angeschmutzt. Insgesamt gut erhalten. Harald Metzkes (1929 Bautzen - lebt in Altlandsberg). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. 1949?53 Studium der Malerei an der Hochschule für bildende Künste Dresden (HfBK) bei Wilhelm Lachnit und Rudolf Bergander. 1955?58 Meisterschüler der deutschen Akademie der Künste in Berlin bei Otto Nagel. 1965 Käthe-Kollwitz-Preis. 1977 Nationalpreis der DDR für Illustration und Grafik. 1984 Teilnahme an der Biennale in Venedig. 2007 Hannah-Höch-Preis. Gilt als Begründer und Hauptvertreter der sogenannten "Berliner Schule", zu der unter anderen Hans Vent, Lothar Böhme, Konrad Knebel und Werner Stötzer gehören..

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        Metzkes, Harald. - Nach Raffaels Disputa. - "Auferstehung".

      . Mischtechnik / Aquarell, Gouache & Tusche, über Radierung, auf Hahnemühle-Bütten, 1984. Von Harald Metzkes. Künstlerexemplar (e.a.). 32,0 x 49,5 cm (Darstellung / Platte) / 50 x 65,5 cm (Blatt). Außerhalb der Platte rechts unten in Bleistift signiert und datiert, mittig betitelt und links mit eigenhändiger Auflagenbezeichnung versehen. Am Blattrand rechts unten Wasserzeichen der Hahnemühle. - Blattrand minimal angeschmutzt. Insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. Harald Metzkes (1929 Bautzen - lebt in Altlandsberg). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. 1949?53 Studium der Malerei an der Hochschule für bildende Künste Dresden (HfBK) bei Wilhelm Lachnit und Rudolf Bergander. 1955?58 Meisterschüler der deutschen Akademie der Künste in Berlin bei Otto Nagel. 1965 Käthe-Kollwitz-Preis. 1977 Nationalpreis der DDR für Illustration und Grafik. 1984 Teilnahme an der Biennale in Venedig. 2007 Hannah-Höch-Preis. Gilt als Begründer und Hauptvertreter der sogenannten "Berliner Schule", zu der unter anderen Hans Vent, Lothar Böhme, Konrad Knebel und Werner Stötzer gehören..

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        EMPIRE OF THE SUN

      BALLARD, J.G. EMPIRE OF THE SUN. London: Victor Gollancz, 1984. Small quarto: cloth in original tissue dust jacket and slipcase, with an added copy of the trade edition dust jacket. Signed, Limited Edition of only 100 numbered copies. Also with a signed presentation from director Steven Spielberg, to fellow director and actor Paul Bartel: "To Paul, wish I had one of these, Stephen Spielberg." Spielberg directed the 1987 movie version of this Ballard novel, with the screenplay by Tom Stoppard (which is also included with this book). The movie was nominated for six Academy Awards. Bartel and Spielberg collaborated on several films for Spielberg's "Amazing Stories" television series. Fine condition. Enclosed in a custom-designed, leather and cloth clam-shell box, with a leather title label and Japanese flag on the spine and a depiction- all in leather onlays- of two Japanese soldiers below the Imperial flag. Very nice! $3000.00.

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        FICCIONES

      - (LEWITT,SOL)illus. FICCIONES by Jorge Luis Borges. NY: Limited Editions Club (1984). Square 4to, full black cowhide, Fine in slip case (Monthly Newsletter laid in). LIMITED TO 1500 NUMBERED COPIES SIGNED BY SOL LEWITT. Featuring 22 geometric illustrations (silkscreens) by Lewitt whose work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art. The Monthly Newsletter quote's Robert Rosenblum describing Lewitt's art 'as the work of a New Sorcerer's Apprectice' adding that his art "like that of Borges, is an art of infinite allusion." A strikingly beautiful book. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Bestiarium. Fac-similé du manuscrit du bestiaire Ashmole 1511, conservé à la Bodleian Library d?Oxford, accompagné des commentaires de Xénia Muratova et Daniel Poirion et de la traduction en français de Marie-France Dupuis et Sylvain Louis.Collection Musée du Livre.

      Club du Livre, Paris, 1984 - 155pages, relié en cuir, ornementations à froid pour le facsimilé, et demi cuir pour le volume de commentaires, les deux sous emboîtage.Exemplaire numéroté 1703/2900. Très bel exemplaire.

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        BESTIARIUM - Fac-similé du manuscrit du Bestiaire Ashmole 1551 ( Library of Oxford ).

      Club De Livre 1984 - 2 volumes in-8 long ( 295 X 190mm ), le premier pleine basane caramel, dos à nerfs orné de filets à froid, premier plat reproduisant le motif de 1511 estampé à froid avec pastilles dorées, contenant le fac-similé du manuscrit original, environ 130 miniatures d'animaux richement enluminées en couleurs et à l'or, dont 6 pleines pages. Le deuxième volume de traduction en français de Marie-France DUPUIS et Sylvain LOUIS et de commentaires de Xénia MURATOVA et Daniel POIRION avec des cuivres d'études pour un bestiaire de 11 pages de Luben DIMANOV et 164 pages illustrées de 16 planches hors-texte. Très bel exemplaire de cette magnifique réimpression. Littérature Moyen-Age

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        The mirror & the eye Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam illustrated by Richard Kennedy

      "Andoversford, Gloucestershire": Whittington Press. [1984]. "First edition of this translation, printed in an edition limited to 126 copies signed by Richard Kennedy and Iftikhar Azmi, this copy no. 22 of 100 quarter-bound in vellum over decorative paper-covered boards; folio, pp. [64]; 24 illustrations from line blocks by Richard Kennedy printed in umber, publisher's slipcase. Fine."

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        Sechserbock" originales Ölgemälde auf Leinwand ca. 60x43cm; links unten signiert; verso mit Nachlaßstempel und auf dem Keilrahmen Aufkleber der Galerie Schöninger München [Das Bild ist abgebildet und verzeichnet (WVZ-Nr. 315 in:

      - Elisabeth Feilen, Emanuel Hegenbarth. Biographie und Œuvre zusammengestellt von Franz Hegenbarth; Recklinghausen 1984.] Hegenbarth studierte ab 1884 an der Kunstakademie in München. Nach zwei Jahren unterbrach er das Studium, um eine kaufmännische Ausbildung an der Handelsschule in Leipzig zu beginnen. 1892 nahm er das Studium in Berlin wieder auf und setzte es in München fort. Dort trat er der Tiermalklasse von Heinrich von Zügel, einem der Mitbegründer der Neuen Secession in Wien, bei. Ab 1901 lebte er als freischaffender Künstler in München. 1902 heiratete er Zügels älteste Tochter Anna Emilie. Hegenbarth, dessen Leitspruch „Bilde Künstler, rede nicht" war, da er größere Diskussionen über die Kunst nicht schätzte, erhielt 1903 einen Ruf an die Königlich Sächsische Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Dresden. Er wurde Professor für die dort neu eingerichtete Tiermalklasse. Von 1905 bis 1908 leitete er außerdem seinen jüngeren Vetter Josef Hegenbarth an, der später einer der bedeutendsten Zeichner und Illustratoren des 20. Jahrhunderts wurde.

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        PARKETT NO. 1 - 95: A COMPLETE SET TO DATE

      (PARKETT). Curiger, Bice, Editor. PARKETT NO. 1 - 95: A COMPLETE SET TO DATE. Zurich, SWITZERLAND. 1984-2014.: Parkett, First Editions. Small 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Contemporary Art Periodical. Very Good or Better. Each approximately 150pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Parallel Text in English and German. Since its inception in 1984, the Swiss quarterly Parkett has established itself as the world's premier contemporary art magazine. Each number focuses in depth on two or three individual artists, who in turn contribute in the form of artworks created especially for that issue. This is an absolutely complete run from 1984 through 2012 comprising ninety-one numbers (in eighty-nine issues - as two are double numbers): No. 1: Enzo Cucchi - Collaboration + Edition; No. 2: Sigmar Polke - Collaboration + Edition; No. 3: Martin Disler - Collaboration + Edition; No. 4: Meret Oppenheim - Collaboration + Edition; No. 5: Eric Fischl - Collaboration + Edition; No. 6: Jannis Kounellis - Collaboration + Edition: Lothar Baumgarten - Insert; No. 7: Brice Marden - Collaboration + Edition: John Baldessari - Insert; No. 8: Markus Raetz - Collaboration + Edition: Robert Mapplethorpe - Insert; No. 9: Francesco Clemente - Collaboration + Edition: Edward Ruscha - Insert; No. 10: Bruce Nauman - Collaboration + Edition: A.R. Penck - Insert; No. 11: Georg Baselitz - Collaboration + Edition: Barbara Kruger - Insert; No. 12: Andy Warhol - Collaboration + Edition: Gunther Forg - Insert; No. 13: Rebecca Horn - Collaboration + Edition: Sigmar Polke - Insert; No. 14: Gilbert & George - Collaboration + Edition: Rosemarie Trockel - Insert; No. 15: Mario Merz - Collaborations + Editions: General Idea - Insert; No. 16: Robert Wilson - Collaboration + Edition: Sherrie Levine - Insert; No. 17: Peter Fischli & David Weiss - Collaboration + Edition: Louise Bourgeois - Insert; No. 18: Edward Ruscha - Collaboration + Edition: Boyd Webb - Insert; No. 19: Martin Kippenberger, Jeff Koons - Collaborations + Editions: Anselm Stalder - Insert; No. 20: Tim Rollins + K.O.S. - Collaboration + Edition: Andreas Gursky - Insert; No. 21: Alex Katz - Collaboration + Edition: William Wegman - Insert; No. 22: Jeff Wall, Christian Boltanski - Collaborations + Edition: Christopher Wool - Insert; No. 23: Richard Artschwager - Collaboration + Edition: David Byrne - Insert; No. 24: Alighiero E Boetti - Collaboration + Edition: Cindy Sherman - Insert; No. 25: Katharina Fritsch, James Turrell - Collaborations + Editions: Beat Streuli - Insert; No. 26: Gunther Forg, Philip Taaffe - Collaborations + Editions: Peter Greenaway - Insert; Parkett No. 27: Louise Bourgeois, Robert Gober - Collaborations + Editions: Ernst Caramelle - Insert; No. 28: Franz Gertsch, Thomas Ruff - Collaborations + Editions: Liz Larner - Insert; No. 29: John Baldessari, Cindy Sherman - Collaborations + Editions: Niele Toroni - Insert; No. 30: Sigmar Polke - Collaboration + Edition: Glenn Ligon - Insert; No. 31: David Hammons, Mike Kelley - Collaborations + Editions: Candida Hofer - Insert; No. 32: Imi Knoebel, Sherrie Levine - Collaborations + Editions: Damien Hirst - Insert; No. 33: Rosemarie Trockel, Christopher Wool - Collaborations + Editions: Adrian Scheiss - Insert; No. 34: Ilya Kabakov, Richard Prince - Collaborations + Editions: Tatsuo Miyajima - Insert; No. 35: Gerhard Richter - Collaboration + Edition: Barbara Bloom - Insert; No. 36: Stephan Balkenhol, Sophie Calle - Collaborations + Editions: Richmond Burton - Insert; No. 37: Charles Ray, Franz West - Collaborations + Editions: Pipilotti Rist - Insert; No. 38: Ross Bleckner, Marlene Dumas - Collaborations + Editions: Rudi Molacek - Insert; No. 39: Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Wolfgang Laib - Collaborations + Editions: Roni Horn - Insert; No. 40/41 (Double Issue) : Francesco Clemente, Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Gunther Forg, Damien Hirst, Jenny Holzer, Rebecca Horn, Sigmar Polke - Collaborations + Editions; No. 42: Lawrence Weiner, Rachel Whiteread - Collaborations + Editions: Nan Goldin - Insert; No. 43: Juan Munoz, Susan Rothenberg - Collaborations + Editions: Robert Smithson - Insert; No. 44: Vija Celmins, Andreas Gursky, Rirkrit Tiravanija - Collaborations + Editions: Hans Danuser - Insert; No. 45: Matthew Barney, Sarah Lucas, Roman Signer - Collaborations + Editions: Elliott Puckette - Insert; No. 46: Hiroshi Sugimoto, Cady Noland, Richard Artschwager - Collaborations + Editions: John M. Armleder - Insert; No. 47: Tony Oursler, Raymond Pettibon, Thomas Schutte - Collaborations + Editions: Cheryl Dunye, Zoe Leonard - Inserts; No. 48: Gary Hume, Gabriel Orozco, Pipilotti Rist - Collaborations + Editions: Rudy Burckhardt - Insert; No. 49: Douglas Gordon, Jeff Wall, Laurie Anderson - Collaborations + Editions: Silvia Bachli - Insert; No. 50/51(Double Issue): John M. Armleder, Jeff Koons, Jean-Luc Mylayne, Thomas Struth, Sue Williams - Collaborations + Editions: Tacita Dean, Toba Khedoori - Inserts; No. 52: Karen Kilimnik, Malcolm Morley, Ugo Rondinone - Collaborations + Editions: Thomas Bayrle - Insert; No. 53: Tracey Moffatt, Elizabeth Peyton, Wolfgang Tillmans - Collaborations + Editions: David Shrigley - Insert; No. 54: Roni Horn, Mariko Mori, Beat Streuli - Collaborations + Editions: Matthew Ritchie - Insert; No. 55: Edward Ruscha, Andreas Slominski, Sam Taylor-Wood - Collaborations + Editions: Kara Walker - Insert; No. 56: Ellsworth Kelly, Vanessa Beecroft, Jorge Pardo - Collaborations + Editions; No. 57: Doug Aitken, Nan Goldin, Thomas Hirschhorn - Collaborations + Editions: Doug Aitken, Thomas Hirschhorn - Inserts; No. 58: James Rosenquist, Sylvie Fleury, Jason Rhodes - Collaborations + Editions: Henry Bond - Insert; No. 59: Maurizio Cattelan, Yayoi Kusama, Kara Walker - Collaborations + Editions: Andreas Zust - Insert; No. 60: Chuck Close, Diana Thater, Luc Tuymans - Collaborations + Editions: Shirana Shahbazi - Insert; No. 61: Liam Gillick, Bridget Riley, Sarah Morris, Matthew Ritchie - Collaborations + Editions; No. 62: Tacita Dean, Thomas Demand, John Wesley - Collaborations + Editions: Steiner Gerda, Lenzlinger Jorg - Inserts; No. 63: Tracey Emin, William Kentridge, Gregor Schneider - Collaborations + Editions: Jeremy Blake - Insert; No. 64: Olafur Eliasson, Tom Friedman, Rodney Graham - Collaborations + Editions: Amy Sillman - Insert; No. 65: John Currin, Laura Owens, Michael Raedecker - Collaborations + Editions: Lou Reed - Insert; No. 66: Angela Bulloch, Daniel Buren, Pierre Huyghe - Collaborations + Editions: Daniel Buren - Insert; No. 67: John Bock, Peter Doig, Fred Tomaselli - Collaborations + Editions: Marcel Dzama - Insert; No. 68: Franz Ackermann, Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Dan Graham - Collaborations + Editions: Jonathan Monk - Insert; No. 69: Francis Alys, Isa Genzken, Anish Kapoor - Collaborations + Editions: Robert Crumb - Insert; No. 70: Franz West, Christian Marclay, Wilhelm Sasnal, Gillian Wearing - Collaborations + Editions: Nic Hess - Insert; No. 71: Pipilotti Rist, Olaf Breuning, Richard Phillips, Keith Tyson - Collaborations + Editions: Dan Perjovschi - Insert; No. 72: Alex Katz, Monica Bonvicini, Urs Fischer, Richard Prince - Collaborations + Editions: Loredana Sperini - Insert; No. 73: Ellen Gallagher, Paul McCarthy, Anri Sala - Collaborations + Editions: Matthew Brannon - Insert; No. 74: Bernard Frize, Katharina Grosse, Richard Serra - Collaborations + Editions; No. 75: Kai Althoff, Glenn Brown, Dana Schutz - Collaborations + Editions: Balthasar Burkhard - Insert; No. 76: Lucy McKenzie, Julie Mehretu, Yang Fudong - Collaborations + Editions: Steven Shearer - Insert; No. 77: Trisha Donnelly, Carsten Holler, Rudolf Stingel - Collaborations + Editions: Beth Coleman + Howard Goldkrand - Insert; No. 78: Rebecca Warren, Ernesto Neto, Olaf Nicolai - Collaborations + Editions: Anne Collier - Insert; No. 79: Albert Oehlen, Jon Kessler, Marilyn Minter - Collaborations + Editions: Nate Lowman - Insert; No.80: Allora + Calzadilla, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Mark Grotjahn - Collaborations + Editions: Ryan Gander - Insert; No. 81: Ai Weiwei, Christian Jankowski, Cosima von Bonin - Collaborations + Editions: Heimo Zobernig - Insert; No. 82: Pawel Althamer, Louise Bourgeois, Rachel Harrison - Collaborations + Editions: Sadie Benning - Insert; No. 83: Robert Frank, Wade Guyton, Christopher Wool - Collaborations + Editions: Kerstin Bratsch - Insert; No. 84: Tomma Abts, Zoe Leonard, Mai-Thu Perret - Collaborations + Editions: John Stezaker - Insert; No. 85: Jean-Luc Mylayne, Beatriz Milhazes, Maria Lassnig, Josh Smith - Collaborations + Editions: Markus Uhr - Insert; No. 86: John Baldessari, Carol Bove, Josiah McElheny, Philippe Parreno - Collaborations + Editions: Frances Stark - Insert; No. 87: Katharina Fritsch, Annette Kelm, Kelley Walker, Cerith Wyn Evans - Collaborations + Editions: Allen Ruppersberg - Insert; No. 88: Kerstin Bratsch, Paul Chan, Elaine Sturtevant, Andro Wekua - Collaborations + Editions: Silke Otto-Knapp - Insert; No. 89: Charline von Heyl, Haegue Yang, Mark Bradford, Oscar Tuazon - Collaborations + Editions: Karl Holmqvist - Insert; No. 90: El Anatsui, Nathalie Djurberg, Rashid Johnson, R.H. Quaytman - Collaborations + Editions: Boris Mikhailov - Insert; No. 91: Yto Barrada, Nicole Eisenman, Liu Xiaodong, Monika Sosnowska - Collaborations + Editions: Nick Relph - Insert. No. 92: Jimmie Durham, Helen Marten, Paulina Olowska, Damian Ortega - Collaborations + Editions: Mickalene Thomas - Insert, No. 93: Valentin Carron, Frances Stark, Adrian Villar Rojas, Danh Vo - Collaborations + Editions: Tala Madani - Insert, No. 94: Tauba Auerbach, Urs Fischer, Cyprien Gaillard, Ragnar Kjartansson, Shirana Shahbazi - Collaborations + Editions: Charles Atlas - Insert, No. 95: Jeremy Deller, Wael Shawky, Dayanita Singh, Rosemarie Trockel - Collaborations + Editions. A most handsome complete set with virtually all in Fine condition and many still in the publisher's original shrinkwrap. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this set beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 023802

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        INTEMPERIES

      [Coutances]: Galerie L'Hermitte, 1984.. Folio (15.75 x 11.5"; 39 x 29 cm). Loose bifolia laid into serigraphed wrappers. Very near fine in decorated slipcase (after a design by Sicard). First edition in this format. Butor's text is reproduced from manuscript via serigraphy (with an added original pencil postscript by him), and is accompanied by six original drawings by Sicard (four of them full-page), plus a tailpiece, all but the tailpiece signed with initials by the artist. One of forty numbered copies (of 45), signed by the author and the artist.

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        Spectroscopic Properties of Inorganic and Organometallic Compounds

      Royal Society of Chemistry, 1984. Hardcover. New. SKU: MM-60230721; EAN: 9780851861432

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        Romare Bearden: Rituals of the Obeah

      New York: Cordier & Ekstrom. 1984. First. First edition. Oblong octavo. [12]pp., illustrated in color. Stapled illustrated wrappers. Fine. Exhibition Catalog. Inscribed by Bearden on the front wrapper to Richard Young with a drawing of the Obeah: "For Richard, Romare & the Obeah." With original mailing envelope hand addressed by Bearden with his signature in the return address. Signature on the glossy cover of the catalog is slightly smeared. Scarce thus. .

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        THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER (SIGNED FIRST EDITION)

      Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press, 1984. First edition. Very Good +/Near Fine. First printing with all points. Book Near Fine with a contemporary gift inscription on the end paper, light soiling to closed page block and spine ends gently pushed in. Dust jacket also Near Fine with a faint crease on the rear flap and light bends at the crown. INSCRIBED by Clancy on the half-title, "First Edition! Tom Clancy." Tom Clancy's thrilling debut novel. "The Hunt for Red October" is about Jack Ryan, a CIA analyst who attempts to help Soviet officers defect to the United States with a top secret nuclear submarine. Jack Ryan would return in numerous other Clancy novels, including "Patriot Games" and "Clear and Present Danger." Clancy hadn't been able to get the book published by any large publishing house, so he sent it to the Naval Institute Press (on a lark) who then agreed to publish it. Unsurprisingly, it has been their most successful published work of fiction. The book would become a best-seller after Ronald Reagan praised it as a "perfect yarn." "The Hunt for Red October" would go on to be adapted into a 1990 film, starring Sean Connery and Alec Baldwin. "Absolutely terrific: entertaining, suspenseful and masterfully written! superlative." (Contemporary Washington Times review). Very Good + in Near Fine. dust jacket.

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        Neuromancer.

      Ace Books, New York 1984 - First edition of the author's first book which won the Hugo, the Nebula, and the Philip K. Dick Award. A paperback original. Signed by William Gibson on the title page. In near fine condition, with some light creasing to the spine. A very sharp copy of this science fiction cornerstone. Neuromancer, the beginning of the Sprawl trilogy, was the first winner of the science-fiction "triple crown:" the Nebula Award, the Philip K. Dick Award, and the Hugo Award. Gibson coined the term "cyberspace," in this book, "described as "a three dimensional representation of computer data through which users communicate and do business, alongside a whole host of more dubious activities." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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      (Andoversford, Gloucestershire, England): The Whittington Press, (1984). small 8vo. cloth, paper cover label, top edge cut, other edges uncut, in cloth clamshell box. unpaginated. First edition (Whittington Press website). Limited to 250 numbered copies of which this is one of only 30 copies that are hand-colored by the artist and signed by author and artist on colophon and bound thus. Introductory comments with acknowledgments. Illustrated with linocuts by Judith Verity. A cookbook by the co-proprietor of the Whittington Press.

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll]
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