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        Andrew Wyeth: The Helga Pictures (Inscribed by Helga)

      New York, NY: Harry N. Abrams, Inc, 1987. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. When the series of over 240 paintings and drawings of Helga Testorf by the American master, Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) came to the light the art world sprang back in surprise. It was also believed that Wyeth's closest confidant, his wife, Betsy James Wyeth, was unaware of the artist-model relationship and the work he produced between 1971 and 1985. The works were considered controversial and toured to six venues between 1987 and 1989 to great popular acclaim, this being the catalog for that traveling exhibition. Helga Testorf, a native of Germany, first worked for Wyeth's friends, the Kuerners, as a caregive and likely first met Andrew in that environment as he painted the Kuerners and their farm on a regular basis. In later years Helga also worked as a caregiver for Andrew as he aged and traveled with the family from their home in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, to midcoast Maine where the family has summered for generations. It was in Camden, Maine, that Helga Testorf inscribed this copy to the owner of ABCD Books and her store manager on July 9, 1999. We purchased the entire store inventory in 2009 and recently discovered the volume in a box of art books. We have never seen a copy signed by Helga, even rarer than those signed by Andrew or Betsy Wyeth. 208 pp. 4to. Minor scuffing to dust jacket from shelf wear, now in mylar cover.Red Cloth boards with gold embossed titling to cover board and spine. Clean and crisp within with small stain at head of text block near the foredge.

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        The Holy Transfers of the Rebel Replevin - Catalog Folder San Francisco Art Institute, 1987

      San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Art Inst., 1987. softcover. Very Good+ . Very Good+. Catalog folder for exhibition of blotter acid art by the San Francico Art Institute. Psychedelicly decorated gate folder has very slight edgewear and rubbing to covers. Corners are very slightly bumped and some very minor creasing occurs on flaps near hinges. Owner's initial in ink on upper left corner of front cover. Inscribed by exhibition organizer, Mark McCloud, on inner flap. Includes two double-sided blotter reproductions, a single page introductory essay by Mark Van Proyen, and the catolog essay, 'A Culture in Disguise' by Carlo McCormick. Also included are a band concert flyer for The Mechanical Bride, a band that performed a free concert at the Blotter Acid Show, McBean Gallery, August 9, 6pm and a Blotter Acid Sheet (Traditional American Folk Art Form) postcard printed by Cure of Souls, Jan. 1988 - Psychedelic Solution. Folder and its contents are all very clean and bright, and inner contents are free of any defects or markings. .

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        Illustrations of the Book of Job (The New Zealand Set).

      - Paris: Trianon Press for the Blake Trust, 1987. 22 separate plates, approx. 15.75 x 12.25 inches (30 x 31 cm) each, printed in color on Arches, housed in a tri-fold paper folder. Very good condition. From Part 2, Colour Versions of William Blake's Book of Job Designs from the Circle of John Linnell has color facsimiles of the New Zealand set, the Collins set, and the Fitzwilliam plates (not a complete set), along with a volume of commentary by Bo Lindberg, edited by David Bindman. The edition was limited to 65 copies reserved by the William Blake Trust, of 387 sets in all (22 de luxe, 65 thus numbered I-LXV, 50 numbered i-l being a less expensively bound version for scholars and libraries, and 250 of the regular edition numbered 1-250). The New Zealand Set are careful watercolor copies of the central designs of the original engravings, produced by the circle of John Linell, presented here in faithful facsimile. Butlin noted in the Blake Quarterly: "The long list of color facsimiles produced by the Trianon Press under Arnold Fawcus for the William Blake Trust were above all objects of beauty, recreating as near to perfection as possible Blake's original achievements."

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        European Photography (28 of the First 30 Issues) + 12 (of the First 14) Issues of PrintLetter

      Andreas Muller-Pohle, Gottingen, West Germany 1987 - An impressive selection of the earliest issues of this photographic quarterly, published out of Gottingen, West Germany. 28 of the first 30 issues, including issue #1 from Jan-March 1980. All 28 issues are clean, bright and Near Fine to Fine in their stapled, pictorial wrappers. Uniform quartos, crisp, often avant-garde black-and-white plates thruout, as well as featured articles by some of the leading European scholars and photographers of the day. Additionally, this crop includes 12 separate issues of PrintLetter, a related international newsletter for fine phoography. The 12 issues include the Jan-Feb 1976 1st issue and run up thru the March-April 1978 14th issue. Excellent reference. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Scenographies au Bauhaus: Dessau 1927-1930 : Hommage a Oskar Schlemmer, en Plusieurs Tableaux

      Libr. Seguier; Archimbaud, Paris 1987 - 143 pages, illustrations; 21 cm. Issued in a linen box. PRESENTATION COPY/COMME NEUF. Signed by Flocon (1909-94), with a personalized inscription & an ink sketch of a dancing figure. Noted H.C. (hors de commerce) on the limitation page in the back. A beautiful copy. OVERSIZE! No priority/international, except by special arrangement. Albert Flocon (1909-1904) studied at the Dessau Bauhaus from 1927 to 1930, where he attended Oscar Schlemmer's theatre workshop. He left Germany in 1933, joined the Resistance in France, and became a professor of art after the war. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        An original watercolor painting from "Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride."

      London: , 1987 - Santa Being Hijacked LE CAIN, Errol, illustrator. BRICUSSE, Leslie. An original watercolor painting from "Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride." (Faber, 1987). [Santa being hijacked]. Image size: 16 3/8 x 11 1/2 inches. [Page 22]. "It was as though, in some strange way,/I saw in one extraordinary day/A miniature kaleidoscope/Of human lunacy and hope -/A well-matched pair, like man and wife,/Who stick together all through life./"In Africa, a dreadful drought/Cut all our drinking water out./In Mexico, it was so hot/Three reindeer fainted on the spot./In Russia, were stiff with ice./In Cuba, we were hijacked twice." Matted, framed and glazed.In 1986 Leslie Bricusse showed David Brass a poem that he had written entitled Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride. It described how difficult Santa's job of delivering gifts around the world had become in these modern times. David, who had known Leslie for many years, had the idea to create a book from the poem and introduced Errol Le Cain to Leslie Bricusse. The book was published in 1987 - unfortunately Errol Le Cain died just before the publication date. It was his last work.Errol John Le Cain (5 March 1941 - 3 January 1989) was a British animator and children's book illustrator. He won the 1984 Kate Greenaway Medal for Hiawatha's Childhood (Faber & Faber), recognizing the year's best children's book illustration by a British subject.Descended from a French-Canadian great-grandfather, Le Cain was born in Singapore but evacuated to Agra, India with his mother and other relations the following year to escape the Japanese invasion. His father was captured and interned in Changi Prison. Returning to Singapore after the war, he attended St.Patrick's Catholic school. With no formal art education, his talent was nevertheless evident from an early age, Le Cain was fascinated by cinema and made his first animated film, The Enchanted Mouse, with a friend's 8-mm camera at age 11. His next work, The Little Goatherd, was created with a 16-mm camera at age 15. This came to the attention of agents for British film distributor Pearl & Dean, who offered to pay his passage to London that year (1956) to pursue a career in animation for film and television.In 1965, Le Cain joined Richard Williams's animation studio and worked on a wide range of animation projects, including film titles for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Casino Royale, and The Charge of the Light Brigade. His most important work with Richard Williams was for the unfinished (1964 to 1992) animated film The Thief and the Cobbler.Le Cain turned freelance in 1969, working on sets for BBC television productions, continuing with animation projects, and beginning his career as a children's book illustrator.Le Cain's first children's illustrations were published by Faber and Faber in a story he'd originally storyboarded for film, King Arthur's Sword (1968), which began a long association with Faber that continued to his death. His first book "made me aware of the scope and possibilities of children's book illustration, and now I am convinced this is the medium for me". Le Cain wrote 3 and illustrated 48 children's books during his lifetime, recognized for their richly decorative watercolours and masterful command of design and colour. His self-authored works were King Arthur's Sword (1968), The Cabbage Princess (1969) and The White Cat (1973). He was commended for the 1969, 1975, and 1978 Greenaway awards before winning the 1984 Medal and was commended again for 1987. The four commended books were The Cabbage Princess; Thorn Rose, or the Sleeping Beauty based on the version related by the Brothers Grimm; The Twelve Dancing Princesses, retold from the Brothers Grimm; and The Enchanter's Daughter by Antonia Barber.Leslie Bricusse (born 29 January 1931) is an English composer, lyricist, and playwright, most prominently working in musicals and also film theme songs. Bricusse was educated at University College School in London and Gonville

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        THE MOUNTAINS OF WALES: AN ANTHOLOGY IN VERSE & PROSE

      Newtown: Gwasg Gregynog, 1987. No. VI of XX copies bound by James Brockman (and 255 ordinary copies). Attractively printed on smooth, heavy paper by the modern successor to the original Gregynog Press and beautifully bound by a modern master, this is a collection of tributes to the beauty of the mountains of Wales by poets, travellers, naturalists, and mountaineers. Written in English and Welsh, it begins with verses from the 11th century and continues through the years, ending with a poem written in 1980. In between there are descriptions by such luminaries as Daniel Defoe, who compares the mountains of Wales favorably to the French Alps; Matthew Arnold; and John Ruskin, who says of his first visit to the mountains, "I had as much pleasure in that single day as some men have in all their lives." The watercolors of Anglican cleric and amateur painter John Parker (1798-1860), who produced hundred of paintings of this landscape, add a visual perspective to the literary tributes. For the covers of this special binding, James Brockman (b. 1946) uses the soft colors of the Parker illustrations to create his abstract designs, while still giving an impression of mountains. A past president of Designer Bookbinders and the Society of Bookbinders, Brockman apprenticed as a finisher at Blackwell's, studied with Ivor Robinson, and served as assistant to Sydney Cockerell at Cambridge from 1968-73. Three years later, he opened his own bindery in Oxford, which continues to produce notable work.. 303 x 191 mm. (12 x 7 1/2"). 189, [3] pp. No. VI of XX copies bound by James Brockman (and 255 ordinary copies). A DRAMATIC ONLAID AND DYED VELLUM BINDING BY JAMES BROCKMAN, the vellum boards stained in shades of purple, pink, light green, chocolate, and pale gray, covers also with onlaid strips of turquoise and black morocco in an abstract pattern perhaps suggesting stained glass, smooth black morocco spine, gilt titling, turquoise suede doublures, all edges gilt. In the (lightly chafed) original black morocco-backed clamshell box with stained vellum label on spine and thick padded lining. Eight plates of watercolors by the Reverend John Parker, printed via offset-lithography by Adrian Lack. Gwasg Gregynog 16. In mint condition.Attractively printed on smooth, heavy paper by the modern successor to the original Gregynog Press and beautifully bound by a modern master, this is a collection of tributes to the beauty of the mountains of Wales by poets, travellers, naturalists, and mountaineers. Written in English and Welsh, it begins with verses from the 11th century and continues through the years, ending with a poem written in 1980. In between there are descriptions by such luminaries as Daniel Defoe, who compares the mountains of Wales favorably to the French Alps; Matthew Arnold; and John Ruskin, who says of his first visit to the mountains, "I had as much pleasure in that single day as some men have in all their lives." The watercolors of Anglican cleric and amateur painter John Parker (1798-1860), who produced hundred of paintings of this landscape, add a visual perspective to the literary tributes. For the covers of this special binding, James Brockman (b. 1946) uses the soft colors of the Parker illustrations to create his abstract designs, while still giving an impression of mountains. A past president of Designer Bookbinders and the Society of Bookbinders, Brockman apprenticed as a finisher at Blackwell's, studied with Ivor Robinson, and served as assistant to Sydney Cockerell at Cambridge from 1968-73. Three years later, he opened his own bindery in Oxford, which continues to produce notable work.

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        The Hobbit, 1987 Super Deluxe Signed Limited Edition

      London: Unwin Hyman, 1987. Signed Limited Numbered. Full-Leather. Near Fine/No Jacket, as Issued. J.R.R. Tolkien. Signed by Editor. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. This Limited Numbered Edition was published in 1987 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the original publication of The Hobbit. Bound in dark green leather, and housed in the original publishers slipcase, as issued. This copy is numbered #40 of 500, and is signed on the Limitation Notice by the Editor, Christopher Tolkien. Only the 1st 100 copies are signed. Number 1 went to Christopher Tolkien, and the rest have been held on to very tightly by collectors. Very scarce and only rarely available for sale. The book also contains the special forword by Christopher Tolkien. This copy has no faults. No foxing, no marks, still crackles when opened. In unread condition, a must for the serious collector. Digital photo's available, inquire if interested. Other Tolkien books available, include both the UK and US editions, original cloth bindings, custom fine bindings, and Signed/Numbered/Limited Editions. Near Fine / No Jacket, as Issued.

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        Adventures in the burning bush adapted from Amos Tutuola's The palm-wine drunkard

      Minneapolis: Vermillion Editions, 1987. Edition limited to 40 copies consisting of 5 printer's proofs and 35 in the edition (this, copy no. 11); 4to, [10] unbound sheets printed on rectos only, and contained in a black cloth-covered portfolio with printed paper label on spine and pictorial pastedown on upper cover. Rathman's first book printed at Vermillion Editions under the guidance of Steve Anderson. Gerald Lange of the Bieler Press and Norman Fritzberg of the Hansestadt Letterfoundry were responsible for the typographic design and composition. The portfolios were constructed by the Campbell-Logan Bindery. "Mythological in conception and Nigerian in origin...the linocut illumination that accompanies the text exhibits such regimented verve that it almost seems as if a scourge has been placed upon each page. The jags, curves, and swirls of the elemental, naturalistic borders take on pantheistic qualities as they move organically into the inner sanctum ... harbors dangerous, disorderly creatures, alongside humans with their primitive and fantastic accoutrements. Gesture, posture, and facial expressions of beasts, trees, and humans...exhibit a stunning force of feeling and an atavistic quality that illuminates meaning and emotion..." (Pamela Sund, in Artscape, Volume 2, no. 4).

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        Palmen vor blauen Bergen.

      Oel auf Leinwand signiert und datiert 1987 - 24 x 33 cm ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**

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        Reprint Forum: Ära Oberschlick, 4. Teil: Jahrgänge 1987-1995

      3x ohne eindeutiger Angabe der Seiten Fol. , gebundene Ausgabe, Leinen Ecken/Kanten bestossen, Buchschnitt mit leichten Lagerspuren, Umschläge leicht vergilbt und Lagerspuren an den oberen Rändern, sonst guter Zustand ISBN 380003963X

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        BROTHER MONSTER.

      Dennis McMillan Publications, 1987., [Miami Beach] - First edition. Limited to 400 copies signed and numbered by Harry Altshuler, author of the introduction. This is copy 321. Fredric Brown in the Detective Pulps, Vol. 9. Fine in dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Moby Dick

      LAUREL PRESS 24 K GOLD GILDED HARDCOVER PRINTED AND BOUND IN U.K 1987 - LOST UNTIL NOW ON THE BACK SHELVES OF DADS LIBRARY. This Novel is for a Collector of Vintage out of print First Editions. The book has never been opened past the title page This Novel is for a Collector of Vintage out of print First Editions. 6.5 x 9.5 x 1 Inch 391 Pages Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds ASIN: B002JSA3OY Due to size and weight A little extra postage is required, Amount depends on destination Priority and International orders will require additional postage. More Information | Ask Bookseller [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Book Signing at Robert Miller 1987 (Louise Bourgeois, Andy Warhol, Will Daley: Phtographer

      Will Daley, 1987 - Selling this one photograph by Will Daley at Andy Warhol's book signing with Louise Bourgeois at Robert Miller Gallery in 1987; also in the photo is Margo Howard (poet), Sandy Daley (film director), and an unknown person; photo size: 9-1/2 x 8in; hand SIGNED on the back by Will Daley with text information about event. OF INTEREST: showing here a comparison of photos at the same event of the following: the photographer Inge Morath was also photographing the 2 artist; the 2 artist are wearing the same clothes and etc. in both photos. CONDITION OF PHOTO: very tiny crease in paper and some rubbing to back, otherwise in GOOD COND. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        An original watercolor painting from "Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride."

      London: , 1987. Santa Being Hijacked LE CAIN, Errol, illustrator. BRICUSSE, Leslie. An original watercolor painting from "Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride." (Faber, 1987). [Santa being hijacked]. Image size: 16 3/8 x 11 1/2 inches. [Page 22]. "It was as though, in some strange way,/I saw in one extraordinary day/A miniature kaleidoscope/Of human lunacy and hope -/A well-matched pair, like man and wife,/Who stick together all through life./"In Africa, a dreadful drought/Cut all our drinking water out./In Mexico, it was so hot/Three reindeer fainted on the spot./In Russia, were stiff with ice./In Cuba, we were hijacked twice." Matted, framed and glazed.In 1986 Leslie Bricusse showed David Brass a poem that he had written entitled Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride. It described how difficult Santa's job of delivering gifts around the world had become in these modern times. David, who had known Leslie for many years, had the idea to create a book from the poem and introduced Errol Le Cain to Leslie Bricusse. The book was published in 1987 - unfortunately Errol Le Cain died just before the publication date. It was his last work.Errol John Le Cain (5 March 1941 - 3 January 1989) was a British animator and children's book illustrator. He won the 1984 Kate Greenaway Medal for Hiawatha's Childhood (Faber & Faber), recognizing the year's best children's book illustration by a British subject.Descended from a French-Canadian great-grandfather, Le Cain was born in Singapore but evacuated to Agra, India with his mother and other relations the following year to escape the Japanese invasion. His father was captured and interned in Changi Prison. Returning to Singapore after the war, he attended St.Patrick's Catholic school. With no formal art education, his talent was nevertheless evident from an early age, Le Cain was fascinated by cinema and made his first animated film, The Enchanted Mouse, with a friend's 8-mm camera at age 11. His next work, The Little Goatherd, was created with a 16-mm camera at age 15. This came to the attention of agents for British film distributor Pearl & Dean, who offered to pay his passage to London that year (1956) to pursue a career in animation for film and television.In 1965, Le Cain joined Richard Williams's animation studio and worked on a wide range of animation projects, including film titles for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Casino Royale, and The Charge of the Light Brigade. His most important work with Richard Williams was for the unfinished (1964 to 1992) animated film The Thief and the Cobbler.Le Cain turned freelance in 1969, working on sets for BBC television productions, continuing with animation projects, and beginning his career as a children's book illustrator.Le Cain's first children's illustrations were published by Faber and Faber in a story he'd originally storyboarded for film, King Arthur's Sword (1968), which began a long association with Faber that continued to his death. His first book "made me aware of the scope and possibilities of children's book illustration, and now I am convinced this is the medium for me". Le Cain wrote 3 and illustrated 48 children's books during his lifetime, recognized for their richly decorative watercolours and masterful command of design and colour. His self-authored works were King Arthur's Sword (1968), The Cabbage Princess (1969) and The White Cat (1973). He was commended for the 1969, 1975, and 1978 Greenaway awards before winning the 1984 Medal and was commended again for 1987. The four commended books were The Cabbage Princess; Thorn Rose, or the Sleeping Beauty based on the version related by the Brothers Grimm; The Twelve Dancing Princesses, retold from the Brothers Grimm; and The Enchanter's Daughter by Antonia Barber.Leslie Bricusse (born 29 January 1931) is an English composer, lyricist, and playwright, most prominently working in musicals and also film theme songs. Bricusse was educated at University College School in London and Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. While at Cambridge University, he was Secretary of Footlights between 1952 and 1953 and Footlights President during the following year. In the 1960s and 1970s, Bricusse enjoyed a fruitful partnership with Anthony Newley. They wrote the musical Stop the World - I Want to Get Off (1961) which was successful in London and on Broadway, and was made into a film version in 1966. Also in collaboration with Newley, Bricusse wrote The Roar of the Greasepaint-the Smell of the Crowd (1965) and Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971), based on the children's book by Roald Dahl, and for which they received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song Score. Working solely as a lyricist, he collaborated with composer Cyril Ornadel on Pickwick (1963), based on Charles Dickens' The Pickwick Papers, a successful vehicle for Harry Secombe. Later collaborators included Henry Mancini (Victor Victoria in 1982) and John Williams (Hook in 1991). As composer and lyricist he scored the successful film Doctor Dolittle (1967), for which he received an Academy Award for Best Original Song ("Talk to the Animals"), and the less-successful Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969). He currently lives in the United States, and is married to actress Yvonne Romain.

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        Wall of Glass (Signed with a Quotation)

      St. Martin's Press, New York 1987 - A superb copy bound in finely textured paper-covered boards stamped brightly in gold on the spine. Very clean and tight throughout; virtually unread. In a near-fine dust jacket with the original price of $16.95 at the top of the inside front flap; great photo on the rear panel of Satterthwait leaning against a tree. His first detective novel. This copy has been inscribed by Satterthwait with the special quotation, perhaps from the novel, in his hand: "Does that mean you're a cyinc or simply a romantic?" "So far as I can tell, they're both the same thing." Walter Satterthwait 1/18/92" This is the first Joshua Croft mystery and the winner of the Shamus Award for Best First P.I. Novel in 1989. Walter Satterthwait (b. 1946) is an author of mysteries and historical fiction. A fan of mystery novels from a young age, he spent high school immersed in the works of Dashiell Hammett and Mickey Spillane. While working as a bartender in New York in the late 1970s, he wrote his first book: an adventure novel,Cocaine Blues(1979), about a drug dealer on the run from a pair of killers. After his second thriller,The Aegean Affair(1982), Satterthwait created his best-known character, Santa Fe private detective Joshua Croft. Beginning withWall of Glass(1988), Satterthwait wrote five Croft novels, concluding the series with 1996’sAccustomed to the Dark. In between Croft books, he wrote mysteries starring historical figures, includingMiss Lizzie(1989), a novel about Lizzie Borden, andWilde West(1991), a western mystery starring Oscar Wilde. His most recent novel isDead Horse(2007), an account of the mysterious death of Depression-era pulp writer Raoul Whitfield. (Mysterious Press) First Edition (Stated First Edition with the complete number line) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        More Stately Mansions

      Jackson, Mississippi: Nouveau Press. 1987. First. First edition. Quarter calf and papercovered boards with paper spine label as issued. Fine. Copy number 30 of 40 numbered copies bound thus, with an additional print of the wood engraved frontispiece signed by the artist, Gaylord Schanilec, and Signed by John Updike. .

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        An original pen, ink and monotone drawing from "Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride."

      London: , 1987. Santa's Job Back Then Was FunLE CAIN, Errol, illustrator. BRICUSSE, Leslie. An original pen, ink and monotone drawing from "Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride." Image size: 4 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches. [title-page vignette and page 5]. "The world has changed, there is no doubt,/Since Santa's reindeer first set out,/In crystal skies and sparkling snow,/So many thousand moons ago./And Santa's job back then was fun./The year, let's not forget, was One". Matted, framed and glazed.In 1986 Leslie Bricusse showed David Brass a poem that he had written entitled Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride. It described how difficult Santa's job of delivering gifts around the world had become in these modern times. David, who had known Leslie for many years, had the idea to create a book from the poem and introduced Errol Le Cain to Leslie Bricusse. The book was published in 1987 - unfortunately Errol Le Cain died just before the publication date. It was his last work.Errol John Le Cain (5 March 1941 - 3 January 1989) was a British animator and children's book illustrator. He won the 1984 Kate Greenaway Medal for Hiawatha's Childhood (Faber & Faber), recognizing the year's best children's book illustration by a British subject.Descended from a French-Canadian great-grandfather, Le Cain was born in Singapore but evacuated to Agra, India with his mother and other relations the following year to escape the Japanese invasion. His father was captured and interned in Changi Prison. Returning to Singapore after the war, he attended St.Patrick's Catholic school. With no formal art education, his talent was nevertheless evident from an early age, Le Cain was fascinated by cinema and made his first animated film, The Enchanted Mouse, with a friend's 8-mm camera at age 11. His next work, The Little Goatherd, was created with a 16-mm camera at age 15. This came to the attention of agents for British film distributor Pearl & Dean, who offered to pay his passage to London that year (1956) to pursue a career in animation for film and television.In 1965, Le Cain joined Richard Williams's animation studio and worked on a wide range of animation projects, including film titles for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Casino Royale, and The Charge of the Light Brigade. His most important work with Richard Williams was for the unfinished (1964 to 1992) animated film The Thief and the Cobbler.Le Cain turned freelance in 1969, working on sets for BBC television productions, continuing with animation projects, and beginning his career as a children's book illustrator.Le Cain's first children's illustrations were published by Faber and Faber in a story he'd originally storyboarded for film, King Arthur's Sword (1968), which began a long association with Faber that continued to his death. His first book "made me aware of the scope and possibilities of children's book illustration, and now I am convinced this is the medium for me". Le Cain wrote 3 and illustrated 48 children's books during his lifetime, recognized for their richly decorative watercolours and masterful command of design and colour. His self-authored works were King Arthur's Sword (1968), The Cabbage Princess (1969) and The White Cat (1973). He was commended for the 1969, 1975, and 1978 Greenaway awards before winning the 1984 Medal and was commended again for 1987. The four commended books were The Cabbage Princess; Thorn Rose, or the Sleeping Beauty based on the version related by the Brothers Grimm; The Twelve Dancing Princesses, retold from the Brothers Grimm; and The Enchanter's Daughter by Antonia Barber.Leslie Bricusse (born 29 January 1931) is an English composer, lyricist, and playwright, most prominently working in musicals and also film theme songs. Bricusse was educated at University College School in London and Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. While at Cambridge University, he was Secretary of Footlights between 1952 and 1953 and Footlights President during the following year. In the 1960s and 1970s, Bricusse enjoyed a fruitful partnership with Anthony Newley. They wrote the musical Stop the World - I Want to Get Off (1961) which was successful in London and on Broadway, and was made into a film version in 1966. Also in collaboration with Newley, Bricusse wrote The Roar of the Greasepaint-the Smell of the Crowd (1965) and Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971), based on the children's book by Roald Dahl, and for which they received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song Score. Working solely as a lyricist, he collaborated with composer Cyril Ornadel on Pickwick (1963), based on Charles Dickens' The Pickwick Papers, a successful vehicle for Harry Secombe. Later collaborators included Henry Mancini (Victor Victoria in 1982) and John Williams (Hook in 1991). As composer and lyricist he scored the successful film Doctor Dolittle (1967), for which he received an Academy Award for Best Original Song ("Talk to the Animals"), and the less-successful Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969). He currently lives in the United States, and is married to actress Yvonne Romain.

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc. ]
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        Skizzenbuch mit 27 Kohlezeichnungen.

      24 x 33 cm, Spiralbindung, Min angeschmutzt, tadell. Vom Künstler auf Deckel signiert und datiert. Das Buch wurde 1987 in der Galerie Gisel Linder ausgestellt und dort auch verkauft.- Peter Tschan (*1955), 1873-79 Fachklasse für Grafik und Malerei an der Schule für Gestaltung Basel. 1980-81, Cooper Union School of Art, New York. 1982-83 Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (Atelier und Stipendium der Stadt Basel in Paris). 1994-95 Istituto Svizzero di Roma, Rom (Stipendium des Bundesamtes für Kultur, Bern). Seitdem zahlreiche Ausstellungen.- Schwerpunkte seiner Arbeiten werden durch Quer-und Langverbindungen mit Malerei, Photographie, Graphik-und Textfragmente gesetzt. Durch seine Schaffenszeit in London, Rom, Paris und New York erhielten und erhalten seine Werke eine neue Dimension.Peter Tschan zeigte seine Arbeiten in Rom, Paris, Dresden, Berlin, Zürich, Bern, in der Kunsthalle Basel und in der Galerie Gisèle Linder Basel. Verschiedene Preise und Stipendien begleiten seinen Weg. 2007 gewann er den Förderpreis der Stiftung für die Graphische Kunst in der Schweiz. Das Kunstmuseum Basel hat 20 seiner Graphiken für ihre Sammlung erworben.Die Suche nach Reduktion in seiner Malerei steht im Kontrast zum nackten Frauenkörper. Seine neuesten Schöpfungen sind Erzeugnis dieser Schaffensphase: Pinselstriche über und unter nackter Haut Poesie, Erotik in schwarzweiss mit vielen Zwischentönen.

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        CAMPO NUESTRO.

      Sociedad Argentina de Bibliófilos, Buenos Aires 1987 - Buenos Aires. Sociedad Argentina de Bibliófilos. 1987. 54p.3h. En rama. Aguafuertes de Gabriela Aberastury. Impreso en papel Dauphin de France, color crea de 164 gramos y utilizando el cuerpo 20 de la tipografía Eramus. Buen estado. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        An original pen, ink and monotone drawing from "Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride."

      London: , 1987. Santa's Job Back Then Was Fun LE CAIN, Errol, illustrator. BRICUSSE, Leslie. An original pen, ink and monotone drawing from "Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride." Image size: 4 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches. [title-page vignette and page 5]. "The world has changed, there is no doubt,/Since Santa's reindeer first set out,/In crystal skies and sparkling snow,/So many thousand moons ago./And Santa's job back then was fun./The year, let's not forget, was One". Matted, framed and glazed. In 1986 Leslie Bricusse showed David Brass a poem that he had written entitled Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride. It described how difficult Santa's job of delivering gifts around the world had become in these modern times. David, who had known Leslie for many years, had the idea to create a book from the poem and introduced Errol Le Cain to Leslie Bricusse. The book was published in 1987 - unfortunately Errol Le Cain died just before the publication date. It was his last work. Errol John Le Cain (5 March 1941 - 3 January 1989) was a British animator and children's book illustrator. He won the 1984 Kate Greenaway Medal for Hiawatha's Childhood (Faber & Faber), recognizing the year's best children's book illustration by a British subject. Descended from a French-Canadian great-grandfather, Le Cain was born in Singapore but evacuated to Agra, India with his mother and other relations the following year to escape the Japanese invasion. His father was captured and interned in Changi Prison. Returning to Singapore after the war, he attended St.Patrick's Catholic school. With no formal art education, his talent was nevertheless evident from an early age, Le Cain was fascinated by cinema and made his first animated film, The Enchanted Mouse, with a friend's 8-mm camera at age 11. His next work, The Little Goatherd, was created with a 16-mm camera at age 15. This came to the attention of agents for British film distributor Pearl & Dean, who offered to pay his passage to London that year (1956) to pursue a career in animation for film and television. In 1965, Le Cain joined Richard Williams's animation studio and worked on a wide range of animation projects, including film titles for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Casino Royale, and The Charge of the Light Brigade. His most important work with Richard Williams was for the unfinished (1964 to 1992) animated film The Thief and the Cobbler. Le Cain turned freelance in 1969, working on sets for BBC television productions, continuing with animation projects, and beginning his career as a children's book illustrator. Le Cain's first children's illustrations were published by Faber and Faber in a story he'd originally storyboarded for film, King Arthur's Sword (1968), which began a long association with Faber that continued to his death. His first book "made me aware of the scope and possibilities of children's book illustration, and now I am convinced this is the medium for me". Le Cain wrote 3 and illustrated 48 children's books during his lifetime, recognized for their richly decorative watercolours and masterful command of design and colour. His self-authored works were King Arthur's Sword (1968), The Cabbage Princess (1969) and The White Cat (1973). He was commended for the 1969, 1975, and 1978 Greenaway awards before winning the 1984 Medal and was commended again for 1987. The four commended books were The Cabbage Princess; Thorn Rose, or the Sleeping Beauty based on the version related by the Brothers Grimm; The Twelve Dancing Princesses, retold from the Brothers Grimm; and The Enchanter's Daughter by Antonia Barber. Leslie Bricusse (born 29 January 1931) is an English composer, lyricist, and playwright, most prominently working in musicals and also film theme songs. Bricusse was educated at University College School in London and Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. While at Cambridge University, he was Secretary of Footlights between 1952 and 1953 and Footlights President during the following year. In the 1960s and 1970s, Bricusse enjoyed a fruitful partnership with Anthony Newley. They wrote the musical Stop the World - I Want to Get Off (1961) which was successful in London and on Broadway, and was made into a film version in 1966. Also in collaboration with Newley, Bricusse wrote The Roar of the Greasepaint-the Smell of the Crowd (1965) and Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971), based on the children's book by Roald Dahl, and for which they received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song Score. Working solely as a lyricist, he collaborated with composer Cyril Ornadel on Pickwick (1963), based on Charles Dickens' The Pickwick Papers, a successful vehicle for Harry Secombe. Later collaborators included Henry Mancini (Victor Victoria in 1982) and John Williams (Hook in 1991). As composer and lyricist he scored the successful film Doctor Dolittle (1967), for which he received an Academy Award for Best Original Song ("Talk to the Animals"), and the less-successful Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969). He currently lives in the United States, and is married to actress Yvonne Romain.

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        Captivity Narrative of Hannah Dunston related by Cotton Mather, John Greenleaf Whittier, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Henry David Thoreau: Four Versions of Events in 1697, Interspersed with Thirty-Five Wood-Block Prints by Richard Bosman

      San Francisco: The Arion Press, 1987 - Folio, brown quarter cloth, decorated brown paper boards, printed paper label. ? An interesting collection of four versions of the famous captivity narrative of Hannah Dunston, preceded by a fine introduction on the history of American captivity narratives, and this one in particular, by Glenn Todd. ? From the library of David and Valerie Belch. First Arion Press edition, one of 425 copies, signed by Bosman. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lee Friedlander

      Kosei Publishing Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan 1987 - Hardcovered book with an original dustjacket. The dustajcket is a little bit sunburned or stained. The margins of the pages are partly discolored, but the plates inside still keep very good conditions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        I Want to Take Picture

      1987. First Edition . Signed. BURKE, Bill. I Want to Take Picture. Atlanta: Nexus Press, 1987. Folio, original laminated boards. $2600.First edition, one of only 1000 copies printed of BurkeÂ’s photographic account of his travels in Southeast Asia, inscribed on the title page: “For Norman. Bill Burke.”Part diary, part scrapbook, part photo essay, in I Want to Take Picture “BurkeÂ’s black-and white Polaroid and 35mm Leica photographs are surrounded by colorful cigarette packs, beer labels, bottle caps, massage parlor come-ons, and scrawled journal pages that add a hands-on immediacy to the spreads. Rather than feeling added-on or unfinished, this gonzo layout is entirely appropriate to the contents of the bookÂ… The triumph of this book is that it does manage to reflect the mad experience of traveling in Southeast Asia, while still reflecting on what it all means” (Roth, 258). A fine inscribed copy.

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        DIARY OF A NON-DEFLECTOR. Selected poems by Jim Dine. Signed and limited edition with an original etching.

      San Francisco: Arion Press, 1987. 78 pages of text. Original blue, yellow and orange hardcover binding. A tiny spot of soiling to the spine, otherwise fine and protected in custom stiff archival mylar. One of 120 copies printed on Rives, with an original etching as a frontispiece, which is a self-portrait of Jim Dine, under which Dine has signed his name. The text is clean and unmarked. First edition.. Signed. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        [Chun gonghua. Album of Spring Palace Pictures]

      [n.p. (China)], n.d.. Accordion Chinese binding, 19.5 x 9 cm, 5 double page color images on cloth backed by thick card; red sheep covered boards slightly worn, paper title label on upper board. Boards lifting, some staining at edges of images caused by application of paint to edges. Very good. This album of erotic images show lovers engaged in various amorous pursuits. The female lover's bound feet are visible in many of the images. These albums of Chinese erotic images, which are often referred to as 'Spring Palace Pictures', appear to have had multiple uses. In John Byron's informative book 'Portrait of a Chinese Paradise. Erotica and Sexual Customs of the Late Qing Period' (London, 1987) it is stated that contrary to the commonly held belief that they were produced as tools of instruction, in fact, this was only one of their purposes. Interestingly these images are sometimes referred to as "Avoid Fire Picture" as there was, and may still be in some rural areas in China, a belief that to store such images in the roof of your house would protect the building from destruction by fire. In other words these albums were commonly believed to bring good luck. The special power of these images appears to come from their connection with fertility. Precise dating of these albums is often not possible and it is quite likely that these images were copied from an earlier work. It is likely pre-War World II. A nice example of Chinese popular culture. Chinese erotica such as this is infrequently seen in the West and typically portray gentler, more serene scenes than those often found in its more common Japanese cousin, shunga.

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        THE MOUNTAINS OF WALES: AN ANTHOLOGY IN VERSE & PROSE

      Gwasg Gregynog, Newtown 1987 - 303 x 191 mm. (12 x 7 1/2"). 189, [3] pp. No. VI of XX copies bound by James Brockman (and 255 ordinary copies). A DRAMATIC ONLAID AND DYED VELLUM BINDING BY JAMES BROCKMAN, the vellum boards stained in shades of purple, pink, light green, chocolate, and pale gray, covers also with onlaid strips of turquoise and black morocco in an abstract pattern perhaps suggesting stained glass, smooth black morocco spine, gilt titling, turquoise suede doublures, all edges gilt. In the (lightly chafed) original black morocco-backed clamshell box with stained vellum label on spine and thick padded lining. Eight plates of watercolors by the Reverend John Parker, printed via offset-lithography by Adrian Lack. Gwasg Gregynog 16. In mint condition. Attractively printed on smooth, heavy paper by the modern successor to the original Gregynog Press and beautifully bound by a modern master, this is a collection of tributes to the beauty of the mountains of Wales by poets, travellers, naturalists, and mountaineers. Written in English and Welsh, it begins with verses from the 11th century and continues through the years, ending with a poem written in 1980. In between there are descriptions by such luminaries as Daniel Defoe, who compares the mountains of Wales favorably to the French Alps; Matthew Arnold; and John Ruskin, who says of his first visit to the mountains, "I had as much pleasure in that single day as some men have in all their lives." The watercolors of Anglican cleric and amateur painter John Parker (1798-1860), who produced hundred of paintings of this landscape, add a visual perspective to the literary tributes. For the covers of this special binding, James Brockman (b. 1946) uses the soft colors of the Parker illustrations to create his abstract designs, while still giving an impression of mountains. A past president of Designer Bookbinders and the Society of Bookbinders, Brockman apprenticed as a finisher at Blackwell's, studied with Ivor Robinson, and served as assistant to Sydney Cockerell at Cambridge from 1968-73. Three years later, he opened his own bindery in Oxford, which continues to produce notable work. Attractively printed on smooth, heavy paper by the modern successor to the original Gregynog Press and beautifully bound by a modern master, this is a collection of tributes to the beauty of the mountains of Wales by poets, travellers, naturalists, and mountaineers. Written in English and Welsh, it begins with verses from the 11th century and continues through the years, ending with a poem written in 1980. In between there are descriptions by such luminaries as Daniel Defoe, who compares the mountains of Wales favorably to the French Alps; Matthew Arnold; and John Ruskin, who says of his first visit to the mountains, "I had as much pleasure in that single day as some men have in all their lives." The watercolors of Anglican cleric and amateur painter John Parker (1798-1860), who produced hundred of paintings of this landscape, add a visual perspective to the literary tributes. For the covers of this special binding, James Brockman (b. 1946) uses the soft colors of the Parker illustrations to create his abstract designs, while still giving an impression of mountains. A past president of Designer Bookbinders and the Society of Bookbinders, Brockman apprenticed as a finisher at Blackwell's, studied with Ivor Robinson, and served as assistant to Sydney Cockerell at Cambridge from 1968-73. Three years later, he opened his own bindery in Oxford, which continues to produce notable work. No. VI of XX copies bound by James Brockman (and 255 ordinary copies).

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        An original watercolor painting from "Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride."

      London: , 1987. Santa Being Hijacked LE CAIN, Errol, illustrator. BRICUSSE, Leslie. An original watercolor painting from "Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride." (Faber, 1987). [Santa being hijacked]. Image size: 16 3/8 x 11 1/2 inches. [Page 22]. "It was as though, in some strange way,/I saw in one extraordinary day/A miniature kaleidoscope/Of human lunacy and hope -/A well-matched pair, like man and wife,/Who stick together all through life./"In Africa, a dreadful drought/Cut all our drinking water out./In Mexico, it was so hot/Three reindeer fainted on the spot./In Russia, were stiff with ice./In Cuba, we were hijacked twice." Matted, framed and glazed. In 1986 Leslie Bricusse showed David Brass a poem that he had written entitled Christmas 1993 or Santa's Last Ride. It described how difficult Santa's job of delivering gifts around the world had become in these modern times. David, who had known Leslie for many years, had the idea to create a book from the poem and introduced Errol Le Cain to Leslie Bricusse. The book was published in 1987 - unfortunately Errol Le Cain died just before the publication date. It was his last work. Errol John Le Cain (5 March 1941 - 3 January 1989) was a British animator and children's book illustrator. He won the 1984 Kate Greenaway Medal for Hiawatha's Childhood (Faber & Faber), recognizing the year's best children's book illustration by a British subject. Descended from a French-Canadian great-grandfather, Le Cain was born in Singapore but evacuated to Agra, India with his mother and other relations the following year to escape the Japanese invasion. His father was captured and interned in Changi Prison. Returning to Singapore after the war, he attended St.Patrick's Catholic school. With no formal art education, his talent was nevertheless evident from an early age, Le Cain was fascinated by cinema and made his first animated film, The Enchanted Mouse, with a friend's 8-mm camera at age 11. His next work, The Little Goatherd, was created with a 16-mm camera at age 15. This came to the attention of agents for British film distributor Pearl & Dean, who offered to pay his passage to London that year (1956) to pursue a career in animation for film and television. In 1965, Le Cain joined Richard Williams's animation studio and worked on a wide range of animation projects, including film titles for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Casino Royale, and The Charge of the Light Brigade. His most important work with Richard Williams was for the unfinished (1964 to 1992) animated film The Thief and the Cobbler. Le Cain turned freelance in 1969, working on sets for BBC television productions, continuing with animation projects, and beginning his career as a children's book illustrator. Le Cain's first children's illustrations were published by Faber and Faber in a story he'd originally storyboarded for film, King Arthur's Sword (1968), which began a long association with Faber that continued to his death. His first book "made me aware of the scope and possibilities of children's book illustration, and now I am convinced this is the medium for me". Le Cain wrote 3 and illustrated 48 children's books during his lifetime, recognized for their richly decorative watercolours and masterful command of design and colour. His self-authored works were King Arthur's Sword (1968), The Cabbage Princess (1969) and The White Cat (1973). He was commended for the 1969, 1975, and 1978 Greenaway awards before winning the 1984 Medal and was commended again for 1987. The four commended books were The Cabbage Princess; Thorn Rose, or the Sleeping Beauty based on the version related by the Brothers Grimm; The Twelve Dancing Princesses, retold from the Brothers Grimm; and The Enchanter's Daughter by Antonia Barber. Leslie Bricusse (born 29 January 1931) is an English composer, lyricist, and playwright, most prominently working in musicals and also film theme songs. Bricusse was educated at University College School in London and Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. While at Cambridge University, he was Secretary of Footlights between 1952 and 1953 and Footlights President during the following year. In the 1960s and 1970s, Bricusse enjoyed a fruitful partnership with Anthony Newley. They wrote the musical Stop the World - I Want to Get Off (1961) which was successful in London and on Broadway, and was made into a film version in 1966. Also in collaboration with Newley, Bricusse wrote The Roar of the Greasepaint-the Smell of the Crowd (1965) and Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971), based on the children's book by Roald Dahl, and for which they received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song Score. Working solely as a lyricist, he collaborated with composer Cyril Ornadel on Pickwick (1963), based on Charles Dickens' The Pickwick Papers, a successful vehicle for Harry Secombe. Later collaborators included Henry Mancini (Victor Victoria in 1982) and John Williams (Hook in 1991). As composer and lyricist he scored the successful film Doctor Dolittle (1967), for which he received an Academy Award for Best Original Song ("Talk to the Animals"), and the less-successful Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969). He currently lives in the United States, and is married to actress Yvonne Romain.

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        The adventures of Simplicissimus. A portfolio of wood engravings by Fritz Eichenberger.

      Gr.-2 (58 x 44 cm), 2 Textblatt, insgesamt 18 Mappen mit je 2 Orig.-Holzschnitten, Lose in OLwd.-Mappe, Tadell. Exemplar Nr. 1 von 50. Bei den ersten 30 Exemplaren wurde jeder der 18 Orig.-Holzschnitten in einem ersten Abzug auf Mohawk superfine abgezogen. Ein entgültiger Abzug auf Torinoko Handmade paper. Beide Drucke signiert, betitelt und nummeriert. (Fritz Eichenberg, Edit. Curt Visel, 1987, B9). Fritz Eichenberg (1901- 1990), deutsch-amerikanischer Holzschneider, emigrierte 1933 nach New York. Illustrierte zahlreiche Werke der Weltliteratur.

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        Exceptional christmas card signed by both, the Princess has also written "to you both" and signed on behalf of their children "Freddie" and "Ella" (of Kent, George Charles Franklin, born 1942) & his wife Princess Michael of Kent (Marie Christine; née Baroness Marie Christine Agnes Hedwig Ida von Reibnitz, born 1945) with their two children Lord Frederick Windsor (born 1979) and Lady Gabriella Windsor (born 1981)

      1987 - opposite the black and white photo of the family standing in an external doorway with the 7" x 6", in folded white card with their crested monogram on the front, no place,

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        From Medieval Group Litigation to the Modern Class Action

      U.S.A.: Yale University Press, 1987. Hardcover book is very good plus with sheflwear and lightly bumped corners. There is no dust jacket (I believe it was issued without one). A nice example of a very scarce book.. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        Klein Dorrit, 2 Bände

      Rütten & Loening, Berlin 1987 - S. 621/ 593, Gesammelte Werke in Einzelausgaben. bei beiden Büchern am Buchrücken 2 Wasserflecke [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Making of Books.

      (Lime Rock, CT: Lime Rock Press, 1987). Four volumes. Unpaginated. One of 50 numbered copies printed by Dard Hunter, Jr. at the Mountain House Press. The text, written in 1915, is reprinted from the quarterly published by Alfred Fowler entitled The Miscellany, Volume II, No. 1. It was written by Dard Hunter and comprises his initial compilation on the subject of making books by hand. The first miniature volume contains the essay "The Lost Art of Making Books"; the second "Ancient Paper-Making"; the third "Seventeenth Century Type-Making"; and the fourth contains thirteen paper samples folded into twenty-six pages. Bound by Gray Parrot in tan morocco, gilt-titled. The foreword by Dard Hunter, Jr. indicates that the paper on which the books are printed is very likely the last papers to be made in Hunter's mill. A very handsome set housed in a matching morocco slipcase, which is slightly lighter in color than the books. Bookplate of Kal Levitan. (1 7/8 by 1 5/16; 48x33mm).

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