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        The Bookbindings of T. J. Cobden-Sanderson, together with The Doves Bindery

      London/New Castle, DE: The British Library/Oak Knoll Books, 1984, 1991. Two quarto volumes. xii, 407; xiv, 490pp. One of nine numbered sets specially bound by James Brockman, with additional plates and two samples of marbled paper. Illustrated throughout, with color plates and black & white photographs showing examples of bindings, patterns, tools, and more. More than bibliographies, these volumes provide insight into Cobden-Sanderson’s development and influence as an artist, as well as into the history of the Doves Bindery, and give detailed descriptive entries for each binding. Two essential works on the art of bookbinding, centering on one of its most influential figures. Fine in quarter vellum and blue boards, housed together in a slipcase. Prospectuses for The Doves Bindery laid in.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        Neuromancer, Count Zero, Mona Lisa Overdrive

      London: Victor Gollancz, 1984.. First editions of each of the novels that comprise the Sprawl Trilogy. Octavo, three volumes. Each are fine in fine dust jackets. Neuromancer is a review copy with the slip laid in, has a five line inscription by the author. Both Count Zero and Mona Lisa Overdrive are signed by the author. A very sharp group of books.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Neuromancer

      UK: Gollancz. UK First Edition and First Impression hardback published in 1984 by Gollancz. The book and jacket are in fine condition, with a very slight hint of lightening to the spine. A lovely copy. Signed without inscription by the author. . Fine. Hardback. 1st Edition. 1984.

      [Bookseller: Hyraxia]
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        We Are Not In This Together

      Port Townsend, WA: Graywolf Press, 1984. Inscribed by the author. Additionally William Kittredge has inscribed a passage from the title story (page 127) on the half-title page, "They were inside a place where each thing irrevocably followed another, and the only hesitations were those that could be reckoned with." First edition / First printing. Navy cloth spine, teal paper-covered boards. Very fine in very fine dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Orpheus Books]
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        COLLECTION OF 35 ISSUES of 'THE LINKS LETTER' (Bi-Monthly Newsletter) - 'Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ' (1984 to 1997)

      Washington, DC: Links Fellowship, 1984-1997. 1st Edition. Trade Paperback Trade Paperback. Very Good. (Ephemera)(Religion) Graham, Billy; et all... The Links Letter 'Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ.' Washington, DC: Links Fellowship. 1984 - 1997. Original wraps. Collection of 35 ORIGINAL newsletters. Not a complete record, but a close archive from the early 80's to the final year of production in 1997. Articles by and about Billy Graham, Corey Pavin, Chi Chi Rodriguez and many others. A SCARCE record of PGA and LPGA christian activities of the 80's and 90's. Overall VG condition in self-wraps. 1984 – The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol. 5, No. 4 Headline: “LPGA Star Alice Miller Tells Story of Her Struggle With Self-Acceptance And The Long Road To Consistency” 1984 – The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol. 5, No. 6 Headline: “Wedgy Winchester Wins PGA National Long Drive Championship With 319 Yard Wallop” January 1985 – The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ Headline: “The Number One Player on the LPGA Tour of 1984 Talks about Goals and Perspectives – Betsy King” April 1985 – The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ Headline: “Special College Edition: Collegiate Star Rick Fehr Gets Rocky Start In Professional Golf” May 1985 – The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ Headline: How I Won the U.S. Open. PGA Senior Star Orville Moody Recalls His Rags to Riches Story in the 1969 U.S. Open” January 1986 – The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.6, No.1 Headline: “Escaping Skepticism: PGA Tour Winner Scott Simpson Finds There’s More to Faith Than Myth” March/April 1987 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.7, No.2 Headline: “Steve Jones: Forgetting What Is Behind” August/September 1987 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.7, No.4 Headline: “Simpson Plays It By The Book: The Story Behind Scott Simpson’s U.S. Open Win” July/August 1988 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.8, No.4 Headline: “International Edition: China Opens Door to Golf. Secretary General Zhao Ziyang leads way in Beijing’s first golf tournament with PGA Tour pros Hatalsky, Jones and Nelson” September/October 1988 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.8, No.5 Headline: “He grew up plowing a sugarcane field behind a team of oxen. Today he’s one of golf’s most successful and lovable pros. Chi Chi Rodriguez” January/February 1989 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.9, No.1 Headline: “Billy Graham discusses: Five Fundamentals to Faith” January/February 1992 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.12, No.1 Headline: “Number One: Corey Pavin, 1991 PGA Tour’s leading money winner and PGA Player of the Year, speaks of something more important in this special interview with the Links Letter” March/April 1992 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.12, No.2 Headline: “Larry Mize: Significance – the quality of being important or having meaning” May/June 1992 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.12, No.3 Headline: “How Will Golf History Remember Bernard Langer?” July/August 1992 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.12, No.4 Headline: “Give Your Best: Betsy King Breaks All Records at LPGA Championship” September/October 1992 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.12, No.5 Headline: “Getting in Focus by Famous Major League Pitcher Dave Dravecky” November/December 1992 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.12, No.6 Headline: “The 90’s in Review: Bernhard Langer, Larry Mize, Betsy King, Ted Schulz, David Peoples, Cory Pavin” January/February 1993 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.13, No.1 Headline; “What Do You Value Most? PGA Tour Player Gary Halberg writes about his lifelong struggle with trying to please himself, others, and God” May/June 1993 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.13, No.3 Headline: “Former San Diego Open Champion Greg Twiggs lost his PGA Tour card in 1990. Speaking candidly about his battle with alcohol, he tells how twelve hours in a Florida jail cell showed him the reality of where he was headed and turned his life in a new direction” July/August 1993 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.13, No.4 Headline: “Being in Control: John Teets, President and C.E.O of the Dial Corp, sponsor of the PGA Tour’s Phoenix Open, has learned the hard way that he’s not in control” October/November 1993 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.13, No.5 Headline: “Don’t Forget the Goal by Rick Fehr” January/February 1994 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.14, No.1 Headline: “My Most Valuable Golf Lesson: And Other Lessons in Life by U.S. Senator Don Nickles” March/April 1994 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.14, No.2 Headline: “Top of the Mountain by Loren Roberts” May/June 1994 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.14, No.3 Headline: “An Audience of One by Tom Lehman” August/September 1994 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.14, No.4 Headline: “Opportunity Knocks by Cris Stevens” Fall 1994 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.14, No.5 and 6. Headline: “Going Public by Allen Palmeri” January/February 1995 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.15, No.1 Headline: “Facing Death by Paul Azinger” March/April 1995 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.15, No.2 Headline: “Byron Nelson: No Compromise” July/August 1995 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.15, No.4 Headline: “The Price of Success by Bill Rogers” September/October 1995 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.15, No.5 Headline: “Searching for Answers by Johnny Hart. Creator of the caveman comic strip B.C. and sponsor of the PGA Tour’s B.C. Open” January/February 1996 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.16, No.1 Headline: When Work Takes Over by Bill McCartney, Former University of Colorado Football Coach and Founder of Promise Keepers” Christmas 1996 - The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.16, No.4 Headline: “Champions! Everything Just Fell Into Place by Steve Jones” January/February 1997- The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.17, No.1 Headline: “Make ‘em Laugh! Taking a Postive Approach to Each Day by Patty Berg” Spring 1997- The Links Letter: Linking Golfers Around the World in Christ – Vol.17, No.2 Headline: “Courage! by Rob Tipton”

      [Bookseller: Yeomans in the Fork]
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        The Manchester Collection (Signed Limited Edition)

      np: The Manchester Collection, 1984. First edition. Limited edition, one of only 150 numbered copies. A beautifully book done as a festschrift to celebrate Kertesz's 90th birthday with contributions by Henri Cartier Bresson, Charles Harbutt, Weston J. Naef and others. Also included is a terrific selection of some of Kertesz's best images. An as new copy in cloth binding in as new dust jacket and as new cloth slipcase. Signed by Kertesz on the limitation page.

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA]
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        ANDRE KERTESZ: THE MANCHESTER COLLECTION - SIGNED BY THE PHOTOGRAPHER

      (KERTESZ, ANDRE). Cartier-Bresson, Henri, Harold Riley, Mark Haworth-Booth, Lady Marina Vaisey, Weston J. Naef, Colin Ford & Charles Harbutt. ANDRE KERTESZ: THE MANCHESTER COLLECTION - SIGNED BY THE PHOTOGRAPHER. Signed Presentation Copy from the Photographer. Manchester, ENGLAND: Andre Kertesz and The Manchester Collection, 1984. First Edition. 4to. Cloth in Pictorial Dust Jacket. Photography Monograph. Fine/Near Fine. 188pp, 297 duotone illustrations. With a biography. This is an extremely well-illustrated catalogue in the form of a festschrift published in honor of Andre Kertesz' 90th birthday that documents the collection of his own photographic prints donated to the United Kingdom's National Museum of Photography in Bradford. In addition to reproducing nearly three hundred images, it includes textual contributions by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Harold Riley, Mark Haworth-Booth, Lady Marina Vaisey, Weston J. Naef, Colin Ford, and Charles Harbutt. A most handsome copy of the uncommon hardbound edition bearing the BOLDLY SIGNED AND DATED PRESENTATION in the photographer's inimitable shaky script "For ..., May 1 - 1985. Andre Kertesz" in blue ink on the title page. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 019828&

      [Bookseller: Arcana: Books on the Arts]
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        Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror

      San Francisco, CA: The Arion Press, 1984. First Edition. Folio. Fine. Printed in an edition of 175 copies: 150 for sale, 25 "hors de commerce", this is copy 14 of 150. An absolutely pristine edition that has been opened only to catalog. Still in original shipping container in which it was shipped from the Arion Press to the subscriber. Thirteenth publication of the Arion Press. Film canister-like stainless steel case with title in white printed on case. Canister measures 19" in diameter, publication is printed on circular sheets 18" in diameter. Cover sheet by Jim Dine and signed by him in pencil and marked "P/P" indicating "Publisher's Proof" with duplicate of the Dine print within the book. All subsequent artists' prints are both signed and numbered "14/175". Photograph of John Ashbery signed and numbered by Avedon in pencil, Foreword signed by John Ashbery in pencil, portrait of Ashbery by Elaine de Kooning signed by her in pencil, print by Willem de Kooning signed by him in pencil, portrait by Jim Dine signed in pencil, print of flowers in jar by Jane Frelicher signed by her in pencil, portrait of a woman by Alex Katz, signed by him in pencil, sketch of a man by R. B. Kitaj signed by him in pencil, portrait of a man (presumably the author) sitting at a table typing by Larry Rivers as a print, but then hand colored with colored pencils and signed by Rivers at base, Colophon signed in pencil by publisher Andrew Hoyem. Also included is the LP record recording of John Ashbery reading "Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror." Handset in Cochin type on Twinrocker Mill paper. Light stain on page 11 of poem that occurred during production, as this edition was unsealed from the original packing box for the first time in order to catalog.

      [Bookseller: Artisan Books & Bindery]
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        Him With His Foot In His Mouth and Other Stories

      New York: Harper & Row, 1984.. Uncorrected proof of the first edition. Octavo, original yellow wrappers. Inscribed by the author to friend and fellow high school classmate, "For Abel Savitsky for old times sake (Tuley gym!) Saul". In good condition.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Beyrouth Photographies

      Paris: Éditions F. Hazan, 1984. Hint of foxing to the thin top edge, else fine in wrappers in the near fine printed acetate jacket which shows some darkening at the spine and a few tiny edge tears. Uncommon book: this is the first copy I have seen.. First Edition. Octavo. 31 black and white images of bomb-shattered buildings in Beirut. Ristelhueber's dispassionate presentation only adds to the despair of the subject. A single page of introduction and an unassuming place index in the rear provide the only text. (Auer 654).

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc.]
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        A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight. Complete in fifteen volumes comprising The Dark Lantern, Donkey Boy, Young Phillip Maddison, How Dear is Life, A Fox Under my Cloak, The Golden Virgin, Love and the Loveless, A Test to Destruction, The Innocent Moon, It wa

      Macdonald, London 1984-85 Second edition, and the only other casebound issue. Original publisher's boards. A little tanning to the leaves of some volumes, else a lovely crisp set in very good dust wrappers, one of which is price clipped and with a single small snag, and several of which exhibit just a little light wear to head and base of spine panels. A super set of Williamson's celebrated and increasingly scarce sequence.. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Clearwater Books]
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        Collected Stories

      New York: Harper & Row, 1984. First Printing of the First American Edition. Signed by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, with an original drawing, by Marquez, of a tropical bird, mimicking the cover art of jacket. Both book and dust jacket in fine condition.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

      [Bookseller: Idler Fine Books]
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        The Sweet Flypaper of Life (Signed First Edition)

      Washington D.C.: Howard, 1984. First edition thus. Hardcover. A larger and more accessible edition than the previous editions. Hughes provides the text for this book. A fine copy in near fine dust jacket that has some minor edge wear and a little fading to the spine. Signed by DeCarava on the title page and uncommon as such.

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA]
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        Christie's Pictorial History of Chinese Ceramics

      Prentice Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs NJ, 1984. 319 pp., over one thousand illustrations with 250 in color. A very minor bump to the top, right-hand corner. A touch of foxing to the top edge. Chronology. List of Further Reading. Glossary and Index. Quite an informative, important and scarce publication on Chinese ceramics.. First American Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Fine Condition.

      [Bookseller: Exquisite Corpse, Booksellers]
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        Six gravures sur linoleum.

      Six gravures sur linoleum. Text by Marc Chagall. Gérald Cramer Publisher, Genève, 1984. Loose in an Arches wove cover with four folded flaps, lined with a sheet of the same paper. Cardboard box covered with grey paper printed in black on the front. This is the Chagall's last illustrated book, it presents 6 original linocuts, each signed and numbered in pencil ("Il y a là-bas aux aguets une croix", "Comme un barbare je colore ta face", "Ton visage dans les fleurs fraîches", "La nuit, il vole un ange dans le ciel", "Ton odeur dans ma main s'est endormie", "Faut-il peindre la terre, le ciel, mon coeur"). Edition : in total 50 copies printed on Rives wove : 40 copies numbered from 1 to 40, X copies numbered from I to X. Reference : Cramer books#114.

      [Bookseller: Marninart, Inc (ABAA-ILAB)]
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        The Temple of Flora

      San Francisco, CA: The Arion Press, 1984. First Edition. Quarter Leather. Fine. Book contains twenty-eight dry-point etchings by Jim Dine and botanical notes and poetry selected by Todd Glenn and Nancy Dine. Inspired by the original "Temple of Flora" by Dr. Robert John Thornton (1765-1837) published in 1807, this edition, also printed in folio with full page plates, steps away from the color vibrancy of that edition to look at a more stark depiction of the flowers represented within. Poetry by John Ashbery, Richard G. Barnes, Hart Crane, Robert Creeley, E. E. Cummings, Hilda Doolittle, Robert Graves, Thom Gunn, Robert Hass, Andrew Hoyem, Ronald Johnson, Denise Levertov, Josephine Miles, Frank O'Hara, Ron Padgett, Robert Pinsky, Sylvia Plath, Ezra Pound, Kenneth Rexroth, James Schuyler, Edith Sitwell, Wallace Stevens, Philip Whalen, Jonathan Williams, and William Carlos Williams. Set in Monotype and Romulus type and printed on Rives BFK paper Signed in pencil on limitation page by Jim Dine, this is number 7 of 175. Fourteenth publication of the Arion Press. Elephant Folio. Green quarter-leather binding with light green cloth covered boards, titling in gold embossed on spine. Housed in a custom box of the same light green cloth, it is topped by a bas-relief sculpture of the Temple of Flora by Jim Dine, with a green leather inlaid doorway with the edition title in gold. A stunning presentation with light spotting around the outer edge, which appears to have only had an effect on the box exterior, two light rust colored spots on bottom of box near foredge. Includes separate print "Details from Nancy's Garden" in printed paper folder with tissue guard, signed and numbered by Dine. Fourteenth book of the Arion Press.

      [Bookseller: Artisan Books & Bindery]
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        NULL A3

      Beverly Hills, CA, U.S.A.: Morrison, Raven-Hill Company, 1984. Black cloth binding, blue/orange/illustrated dust jacket, with black cloth slipcase. 8vo. 213 pages. Limited edition, #299 of 750 copies, signed by the author, and with a page of the original manuscript tipped-in. This book, dust jacket and slipcase are all in very good condition. Very clean and tight. Beautiful book!. 1st Ed.. Cloth. Very Good/Very Good, with Slipcase. 8vo. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Jero Books and Templet Co.]
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        Birds: Being impressions from original wood-blocks

      Newcastle upon Tyne: David Esslemont. Fine condition with grey slipcase. 1984. Limited Edition [47/250]. Blue quarter-leather cover with marbled boards and gilt titles. 250mm x 190mm (10" x 7"). 31pp. Wood-block engravings. Scotch Roman Type. BFK Rives Velin Cuve paper. Printed on a Columbian Press by hand on dampened paper. .

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        One World: Fotografien und Collagen 1950-1983 (Signed First Edition)

      Bern: Benteli Verlag, 1984. First edition. Hardcover. A retrospective look at Burri's powerful body of images including some of his war photographs. A fine copy in a very near fine dust jacket with a closed tear at the top of the front flap. Signed and inscribed by Burri in the year of publication.

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA]
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        HELMUT NEWTON: WHITE WOMEN - SIGNED TWICE BY THE PHOTOGRAPHER

      (NEWTON, HELMUT). Newton, Helmut & Philippe Garner. HELMUT NEWTON: WHITE WOMEN - SIGNED TWICE BY THE PHOTOGRAPHER. Signed by the Photographer. New York: Stonehill Publishing Company, 1984. First Edition. 4to. Cloth in Pictorial Dust Jacket. Photography Monograph. Very Good -/Near Fine. 114pp, 55 illustrations in color and b&w. Designed by Bea Feitler. Published in 1976, "White Women" was the very first survey in book form of Helmut Newton's decadence-laden images originally primarily created as editorial work for French, British and American "Vogue", "Vogue Homme", "Oui", "Playboy", and "Stern". Amongst the immediately recognizable subjects here are Charlotte Rampling, Veruschka Lehndorff, Elsa Peretti, Loulou de la Falaise, Karl Lagerfeld, Paloma Picasso, David Hockney, Annie Duperey, June Newton, and the photographer himself. A handsome copy in a price-clipped dust jacket of the hardbound American first edition BOLDLY SIGNED TWICE by Helmut Newton in black ink - first apparently mistakenly upside down and backwards on the rear endpaper (!) and then again across the title page, whose textblock shows some soiling and gentle indentations along the foredge (owing no doubt to a fair amount of viewings) along with a flattened soft crease to the rear endpaper. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 0-88373-053-7 Inventory Number: 019739&

      [Bookseller: Arcana: Books on the Arts]
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        Pseudodoxia Epidemica: Of Unicornes Hornes

      Cheloniidae Press, 1984. Hard Cover. Fine in Near Fine Box. Hard Cover. This is the artists' proof X from an edition of 60 copies of the Deluxe Edition with extra suite of prints. There were 225 copies in the standard edition. Signed by the artist on the colophon, beneath each print within the book, and on each print included with the extra suite of prints. Includes fifteen wood engravings and one etching by Alan James Robinson, a master printer and artist who established the Cheloniidae Press, later called The Press of the Sea Turtle. The text used for this edition was first published in 1650, "corrected and much enlarged by the author." English author Sir Thomas Browne (1605 - 1682) was fascinated with the natural world. In this text he describes a variety of horned animals and ponders the varying medicinal value of their horns. His text has been beautifully printed and illustrated by Robinson with unicorns, horned beetles, a walrus, a narwhal, and more. The book is bound in white paper covered boards with vellum spine titled in gilt. Two of the illustrations are printed in blue ink along with one opening initial; the remaining illustrations and text are printed in black. This deluxe edition is issued with 15 loose plates, which include all of the wood engravings and the one etching printed in the book plus one additional image of a unicorn. Each is signed and numbered by the artist. The extra suite of plates is contained in a cloth portfolio which matches the box. The book and portfolio are housed in an off-white cloth covered clamshell box with vellum spine title in gold. The emblem of the Cheloniidae Press, a sea turtle, is also stamped in gold along with the date at the foot of the spine on the box. The box shows light wear along the edges and corners and there are a few light smudge marks to panels. The prospectus featuring signed unicorn illustration is included. The book and portfolio are In fine condition and the box is in near fine condition. Unpaginated. [60 pages].

      [Bookseller: The Kelmscott Bookshop]
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        The Hunt for Red October

      Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1984. hardcover. F/F+ 1st edition, 1st printing. Author's first book. This was the beginning of the techno-thrillers and basis of the popular film starring Alec Baldwin and Sean Connery. Book has faint spotting on board edges. We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. See KHBOOKS for details.

      [Bookseller: Ken Hebenstreit, Bookseller]
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        THE DERWENTWATER SKETCHBOOK.

      - Pp. [64], illustrated in colour and black & white (a few leaves blank, as in the original); 9 x 13 cm.; brown cloth boards, with small paper title label (reproducing Potter's handwritten original) on the upper board; [Together with] A COMMENTARY ON THE DERWENTWATER SKETCHBOOK. Notes and commentary by Joyce Irene Whalley and Wynne K. Bartlett. Pp. 40(last blank), full page portrait, text illustrations; small cr. 8vo; limp brown cloth, printed paper title label on upper and limitation label on lower cover; within compartments in gilt lettered dark green cloth box, which is a trifle rubbed; Frederick Warne, London, 1984. Edition limited to 250 numbered copies. *Facsimile of one of Beatrix Potter's surviving sketch books, which she bequeathed to The National Trust, together with a considerable amount of property in the Lake District. The sketches reproduced here were made during the summer of 1903, while Potter was staying in a house on the shores of Derwentwater. Several of the scenes were later used in three of her books: The Tale of Benjamin Bunny, The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin, and The Tale of Mrs. Tiggywinkle. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kay Craddock - Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        The War of the End of the World

      SIGNED, LIMITED, FIRST US EDITION, FIRST PRINTING (stated, no other printing listed) Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1984. Author's Signature, no inscription, directly on the Limitation Page. This is #22 out of 250 in this Limited Slipcase Edition. No dust jacket, as issued. Rust colored Slipcase is Fine, no wear. Cloth Boards with guilt lettering show no wear. Text Clean, no marks. No remainder mark. Binding Tight and Square. Not ex-library. Not book club. Carefully packed in a Box and Shipped the same or next day from Dry, Smoke-Free shop. Email Confirmation with Tracking Number. International ships Air Mail.

      [Bookseller: McInBooks]
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        Das Vatikanische Stundenbuch des Jean Bourdichons. Cod. Vat. Lat. 3781. Faksimileband mit einem Einführungsband von Eberhard König

      Zch., Belser 1984.. 8°. 113 nummerierte Bll., 2 nn. Bll., Einführungsbd.: 136 (4) S. Mit 22. Abb. auf Taf. OLdr. u. OHLn. Mit Goldpräg. u. Goldschnitt. Tadelloser Zustand. In OLn.-Kassette. - (Codices e Vaticanis selecti quam simillime expressi iussu Ioannis Pauli PP II concilio et opera curatorum Bibliothecae Vaticanae, LXVII) Bourdichon (1457-1521) war Hofmaler dreier Souveräne - die französischen Könige Ludwig XI., Karl VIII. und Ludwig XII., doch blieben nur wenige dieser Werke erhalten. Berühmt wurde Bourdichon mit seinem Stundenbuch. Bourdichon war einer der bedeutendsten Künstler der französischen Frührenaissance und leitete die Schule von Tours. Das Original wurde vermutlich kurz nach 1605 von Paul V. Borghese der Vaticana übergeben. (Neupreis € 1250,-)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
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        Deaths and Entrances. Limited Edition

      Dublin: The Gregynog Press. VG : in very good condition with slipcase. 1984. Limited Edition [153/268]. Quarter leather spine on bue and grey fabric-covered boards. 360mm x 240mm (14" x 9"). 61pp. Frontis plate and seven double sided colour plates by John Piper. .

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
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        Evaristo Carriego [Signed] A book about Old-time Buenos Aires

      New York: E. P. Dutton, 1984. First edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. A Fine copy of the first American edition, first printing (some tiny spots of foxing to the top of the closed page block), in a Fine dust jacket (some expected toning and two tiny rubs where the lower rear panel turns to the spine panel) SIGNED BY JORGE LUIS BORGES on the half-title in his later (blind) hand. First published in 1930, the book presents a collection of tightly-linked essays nominally built around Evaristo Carriego, a minor Argentine Poet who, in 1912, died at the age of 29. In spite of the book's title and apparent subject, the book is not as much about Carriego as it is about Borges himself and about old-time Buenos Aires. In consequence of this, the book is important for readers of Borges' works as it illuminates the landscape he chose for much of his subsequent writings and gives insights into Borges himself. Here we offer the first appearance of this important work in English translation, signed copies of which are absolute hen's teeth. An essentially Fine copy of a critical Jorge Luis Borges book, SIGNED BY JORGE LUIS BORGES. QUITE SCARCE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        FICCIONES

      [New York: Limited Editions Club, 1984].. Thick oblong octavo. Full black aniline calf, stamped in blind. A fine copy in slipcase, with none of the fading to the spine so common to copies of this book. First edition in this format, illustrated with twenty-two original hors texte silkscreens printed by Jo Watanabe after designs by Sol Lewitt, who also undertook the design. Prefatory essay by Alexander Coleman. One of fifteen hundred copies, signed by Lewitt.

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        Death of a salesman: certain private conversations in two acts and a requiem ... With five etchings by Leonard Baskin

      New York City: The Limited Editions Club, 1984. 4to. [12], 5–164, [3 (1 blank)] pp.; 5 plts. This Limited Editions Club copy (no. 880 of 1500 printed) is => signed by both the playwright and the illustrator at the colophon. The binding is full rusty-brown Nigerian goat, stamped in gold on the spine. The etchings are by Leonard Baskin, a series of five portraits tracing the downward spiral of Willy Loman — a powerful complement to Miller's portrait of a salesman at the end of his career and at the end of his rope! The plates, printed by Bruce Chandler, are each protected by a brown paper tissue guard. The book is designed by Benjamin Schiff, who chose a Bulmer font for the text. This offering includes the monthly newsletter but not the mailing notice. Limited Editions Club, Bibliography of the Fine Books Published by The Limited Editions Club, 1929–1985, 540. Binding as above. One of the tissue guards is loose but otherwise undamaged. Fine, in the original slipcase. A handsome production of one of the most performed plays in the world!

      [Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia]
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        DEATH OF A SALESMAN

      New York: Limited Editions Club, 1984. Hardcover. Fine in a Fine slipcase. Leonard Baskin. Tall octavo (8" x 10-3/4") bound in luxurious full brown goatskin leather with gilt lettering on the spine. Illustrated by Leonard Baskin who contributes 5 striking etchings portraying Willy's gradual descent. The etchings were printed by Bruce Chandler, a formidable artist in his own right. A beautiful edition of this Pulitzer Prize-winning play, one of the highs spots of modern theater, limited to 1500 numbered copies SIGNED by both the author and the artist on the colophon page, this being copy #202. Monthly Letter laid in.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Death of a Salesman Certain Private Conversations in Two Acts and a Requiem

      New York; (1984): The Limited Editions Club Limited to 1500 copies signed by Arthur Miller and Leonard Baskin, 166pp., with five etchings by Leonard Baskin, printed at Wild Carrot letterpress on fine rag paper made by Cartiere Entico Hagnani, the five Baskin etchings were printed directly from the plate by Bruce Chandler at the Heron Press, bound in full brick morocco by Gray Parrot, housed in slipcase. A fine copy handsomely bound.. Limited Edition. Quarto.

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        A FAIR DAY; PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE WEST OF IRELAND

      Promenade Press. As New with no dust jacket. 1984. First Edition. Paperback. 0907797105 . Photographs; Oblong 4to 11" - 13; 92 pages; (205 295 mm). Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs. Photographic wrappers. First edition of Parr’s first book. Crisp and clean copy. ; Signed by Author .

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        Mystique of Vellum. Containing an introduction by Dechard Turner and a historical essay on vellum printed books by Colin Franklin along with a manual to printing letterpress on vellum and parchment by Richard Bigus that's edited by Lester Ferriss

      Boston: Bromer, Anne & David, 1984. Quarto. 38pp. First edition. One of 225 copies printed in three colors by Richard Bigus at the Stinehour Press. Illustrated with two wood engravings by Greg Dearth and a specimen sheet printed in three colors on parchment. Handbound by Claudia Cohen in quarter-vellum and printed paper boards with dropback box. The only major book published on the subject of printing on vellum and/or parchment. Mint at publication price.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        Pseudodoxia Epidemica: Of Unicornes Hornes. Illustrated by Alan James Robinson. Introduction by Jan van Dorsten.

      Cheloniidae Press, [NP: but Williamsburg, MA] 1984 - First Edition, Artist Proof issue, one of 5 copies only, all on obsolete Whatman paper (blue-white laid ca. 1962), this copy inscribed to noted collectors Mimi and Arnold Elkind, and signed by Alan James Robinson, the printer, Harold P. McGrath, the binder, Gray Parrot, from a total issue of 225, as follows: 5 AP copies (this copy) in an elegant full limp vellum non-adhesive binding, title in gilt on spine, an extra suite (14), each print inscribed, signed and numbered, and two extra suites of working proofs (29), each inscribed, signed and labeled "wp," and an original drawing, two working proofs of the frontis portrait, a unicorn within an oval border, housed in 1/4 vellum folder with Narwhal "horn" tooled in gold gilt on spine, housed in tan cloth over boards with vellum spine stamped with title in gold gilt; 15 State Proof copies, bound in full vellum non-adhesive limp binding with an original drawing and an extra suite of prints plus a suite of working proofs of the prints and state proofs of the etching; 60 deluxe copies in vellum binding and an extra suite; 150 regular copies on T.H. Saunders Laid. Page size: 9 1/2 x 7 inches. Bound by Gray Parrot with his binder's ticket at lower rear turn- in: full limp vellum, matching quarter vellum sleeve for extra suites all housed in vellum and linen clamshell box, box slightly worn with 2 or 3 minor bumps, book fine. Illustrated with 15 woodengravings and one etching by Robinson, the text is set and cast in Van Dyck Monotype by Winifred and Michael Bixler and printed by Harold Patrick McGrath in black and blue at Hampshire Typothetae. Jan van Dorsten, Professor of English Literature at the University of Leiden, Nethrlands and Head of the Sir Thomas Browne Institute there, has written an introduction on Browne's life, work and thought especially for this volume, which is Chapter XXIII of PSEUDODOXIA EPIDEMICA . In all, this is a lovely book, full of fantasy and romance, beautifully produced and executed by one of the finest naturalists working today. See an Image. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Priscilla Juvelis Inc., ABAA]
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        KOS.

      Subject: (Riviste). Milano, FMR, 1984/1990, n 1/57 + il non comune n 01 (dicembre 1981)

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        The Talisman, Two Volume Boxed Set: Signed Presentation Copy of Special Illustrated First Edition

      Donald M. Grant, 1984. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket. Berry, Richard; Canty, Thomas; Dameron, Ned; Gervais, Stephen; Jones, Jeffrey; Krupowicz, R.J.; Maitz, Don; Morrill, Rowena; Wrightson, Berni; Hale, Phil. Signed by author. Signed by illustrator. Presentation copy of special illustrated first edition. Signed by both authors and all ten illustrators on verso of front endpaper in volume 1, hand-numbered 9 of 70. Minor scuff marks to illustration on board of vol. 1, slipcase faintly soiled. 1984 Hard Cover. Complete in two hardcover volumes, in publisher's slipcase. 463; 334 pp. Original beige cloth, gilt titles & rules, illustration mounted on front board of each volume, color illustration mounted on slipcase, blind-stamped talisman design on boards, decorative endpapers. Color plates by various illustrators, several of whom worked with King on other projects such as The Dark Tower series. "On a brisk autumn day, a thirteen-year-old boy stands on the shores of the gray Atlantic, near a silent amusement park and a fading ocean resort called the Alhambra. The past has driven Jack Sawyer here: his father is gone, his mother is dying, and the world no longer makes sense. But for Jack everything is about to change. For he has been chosen to make a journey back across America–and into another realm. One of the most influential and heralded works of fantasy ever written, The Talisman is an extraordinary novel of loyalty, awakening, terror, and mystery. Jack Sawyer, on a desperate quest to save his mother’s life, must search for a prize across an epic landscape of innocents and monsters, of incredible dangers and even more incredible truths. The prize is essential, but the journey means even more. Let the quest begin..."

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        Birds: Being impressions from original wood-blocks

      Newcastle upon Tyne: David Esslemont. Fine condition with grey slipcase. 1984. Limited Edition [47/250]. Blue quarter-leather cover with marbled boards and gilt titles. 250mm x 190mm (10" x 7"). 31pp. Wood-block engravings. Scotch Roman Type. BFK Rives Velin Cuve paper. Printed on a Columbian Press by hand on dampened paper. .

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
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