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        Hyperion

      Doubleday/Foundation, 1989. Hardback. Fine/Fine. First edition hardback, Fine in a Fine dj, new, unread copy. Signed by Simmons. Hugo winner. Highly recommended. An absolutely mint copy of a modern masterpiece.

      [Bookseller: Lame Excuse Books]
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        Archer in Africa

      Amwell 1989 - This is a limited, 805/100, signed and also inscribed copy of this hard to find book. The Binding is a pressed alligator with a gold elephant head on the front. Unfortunately the box has been lost. There is an inscription on the title page, also an additional signature aside from the regular signatures of Negley and Rikkoff on the limitation page. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Cheever Books]
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        Ancient Needs

      ABCedary Letterpress, Milford, NY 1989 - Hardcover. Number XI of XXV copies with a full suite of the eleven aquatint and dry point etchings and five wood engravings all signed and numbered by the artist. Also with an unnumbered original drawing of a baby Harp Seal. There are three editions of the work totaling 76 copies, some without the extra suite of prints and some with a full vellum binding. There are also four artist proof copies. Signed and numbered by Robinson, Carol, and Davies. This splendid production from the ABCedary Letterpress was the first letterpress edition to be issued as part of a joint venture of Alan James Robinson and Mark Philip Carol. The editions were to be produced in the classic manner of Robinson's renowned Cheloniidae Press. The story is an original narrative by Mark Philip Carol about the Harp Seals of the Magdalen Islands in Canada. He writes of the vulnerability and exploitation of the white furred seal pups, which for centuries have been killed by the tens of thousands each year for their fur and fat. In recent years, the world turned against the baby seal hunts and their slaughter is partially banned in Canada, which still allows the hunting of pups after they have shed their white coats (as young as two weeks old). There have been efforts to replace seal hunting with seal watching, but with mixed success. Robinson's illustrations are poignant and moving images to accompany the story, which recounts a young native boy's resistance to killing the baby seals despite family and tribe pressure. The text and wood engravings were printed on Saunders hot-press watercolor paper by master printer Harold Patrick McGrath. Sara Krohn editioned the etchings on Rives BFK paper. Blue Japanese Moriki paper with captions protects the etchings. Claudia Cohen and Robinson designed the bindings. This edition is bound in a full vellum binding with exposed vellum laces by Claudia Cohen. The cover has a window that frames a wood engraving of a Harp Seal pup portrait. The suite of prints is laid in a blue linen-silk chemise and are housed with the book in a blue linen-silk tray slipcase. Some fading to slipcase spine but otherwise the book, the suite of prints, chemise, and case are in fine condition. Six page prospectus also laid in. 11 x 15 inches. Unpaginated. PRI/072017. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        A Wild Sheep Chase.

      New York: Kodansha International, 1989. First edition of Murakami's extraordinary literary thriller that launched his international reputation. Octavo, original half cloth. Signed by Haruki Murakami on the title page. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Translated by Alfred Birnbaum. Murakami is a mythmaker for the millennium, a wiseacre wiseman" (New York Times Book Review).

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books]
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        Die Hard 2 [58 Minutes] (Original First Draft screenplay for the 1990 film)

      Los Angeles: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, 1989. First Draft script for the 1990 film, here under its working title "58 Minutes". Based on Walter Wager's 1987 novel, "58 minutes." John McClane (Willis) attempts to save Dulles Airport from South American drug lords who have seized electronic communications between the airplanes and the airport. Shot on location in Michigan, California, and Colorado. Preceded by the epic thriller "Die Hard" (1988), and followed by "Die Hard with a Vengeance" (1995), "Live Free or Die Hard" (2007), and "A Good Day to Die Hard" (2013). The series has inspired video games and comic books, as well as spoof films and characters, with further projects in the works. Tan titled wrappers, dated April 24, 1989. Title page present, dated April 24, 1989, noted as First Draft, with credits for screenwriter Doug Richardson, and author Walter Wager. 122 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 121. Photographically reproduced. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine bound with two gold brads.Weldon 1996.

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        Modern Philology Polish Sacred Philology in the Reformation and the Counter-Reformation: Chapters in the History of Controversies (University of California Publications in Modern Philology) Modern Philology Volume 123

      Berkeley, Ca: Univ Of California Pr, 1989 The only issue we find is a bit of shelf wear to the edges of the cover otherwise Clean and unmarked We try to be conservative in rating the condition of our used books. We feel there has to be an element of trust when you buy something on the internet sowe give a 100% no questions asked [30 day] full refund of the purchase price of the book, on any purchase that for any reason is not up to your expectations. Compare our feedback score with other sellers and then buy from ChoiceUsedBooks.com

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        Rhyme Stew. Illustrations by Quentin Blake.

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1989 - Octavo. Original blue boards, titles to spine gilt. With the pictorial dust jacket. An excellent copy in the jacket with some faint foxing to flaps. Half-tone illustrations to the text. Signed by Dahl on a bookplate to the front free endpaper. Reprint. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Pillars of the Earth - SIGNED and LINED

      London: Macmillan, 1989. A first edition, first printing published in 1989 by Macmillan. A fine book in near fine unclipped wrapper (price blocked out). Some light wear to the edges. SIGNED by the Author to the title page with the addition of the last line of the book ('After today, he thought, the world would never be the same'. The first time we have seen the book signed with the last line of the book.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        The Guidepost Bible Study Program New & Old Testament 31 Volume Set & Workbooks

      Guidepost, 1989-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. Includes all 31 hardcover books, 30 "Knowing More about" Workbooks and 30 "My Working Bible" Workbooks. The only book that is missing both workbooks is the first Genesis Book. All of the workbooks are Free of markings; 14 books are still factory sealed. Will be shipped in 2 boxes due to the weight.

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        Cornish Etchings 1989

      Eight etchings and one frontispiece printed by Diane Davidson and Peter Stevens at Sydney Print Studio in an edition of Twelve with two artist's proofs and two printer's proofs 200 GSM BFK Arches. Cloth bound portfolio with title label measuring 570 x 460mm housing eight etchings and one etched frontispiece, each signed and numbered by the artist. A rare early folio by the artist based on his travels in the region. Anderson: p. 39

      [Bookseller: Douglas Stewart Fine Books]
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        Talking God: Original Painting for the Cover plus the signed first edition [2 Items]

      Harper & Row, 1989. Fine Book/Fine Framed Painting. A beautiful painting, professionally framed, by Peter Thorpe that was selected by Harper & Row for the cover of the advance reading copy and publicity for "Talking God" by the ever-popular author Tony Hillerman. Also included is first trade edition of the book, signed by Tony Hillerman. The painting is framed and matted in a black wood frame that measures 12" x 16" high. The painting is done in acrylic on handmade paper and the visible size of the painting is 9 1/2" x 6" high. The framing includes the first edition cover. The first edition of "Talking God" is in fine condition, with a complete dustjacket in an archival dustjacket, signed by Tony Hillerman on the half-title page. Published in 1989, "Talking God" was the ninth crime fiction novel in the Joe Leaphorn / Jim Chee Navajo Tribal Police series by Tony Hillerman. Peter Thorpe's painting was used for the pre-print, or advanced reading copy of the book and used in advance advertising for the book. An editor at Harper & Row decided that he wanted to see some of Washington D.C. in the cover image, so Thorpe made slight revisions for the final first edition cover. The painting has not been examined outside of the frame. A beautiful set.

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        Il n?y avait plus qu?à marcher -

      Le Temps qu?il fait 1989 -, Sans lieu. - 1 volume. In-8. 156 pp. Sous étui et chemise cartonnés signés A. Devauchelle. Couverture souple imprimée à rabats. Non coupé. Petites piqures sur le premier plat. Bel état. EDITION ORIGINALE. Celui-ci un des 60 exemplaires SUR VELIN D?ARCHES, seul grand papier. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        [Letters and postcards from Elizabeth Bishop to Tamara Turner, with later correspondence between Turner and Robert Giroux]

      Seattle, London, Rio de Janeiro, San Francisco & New York, 1989. Three single-page letters and two postcards from Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Elizabeth Bishop to lesbian activist Tamara Turner, discussing professional and personal life; these are accompanied by two letters from publisher Robert Giroux to Turner discussing the provision of Turner's letters to a collection of Bishop's writings, and a note from Giroux's assistant to Turner. All are accompanied by the original envelopes with canceled stamps, mostly hand-addressed, with photocopies paperclipped to the originals. Very good, with expected wear and tearing to the envelopes. Bishop was on the faculty of the University of Washington in the 1960s where she met and befriended Tamara Turner, who later became a member of the Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women and pressed those groups to become involved in the struggle for LGBTQ rights. After Bishop left the University for Harvard, then London and back to Rio (she spent 17 years in Brazil where she met her life-partner Lota), the two corresponded by telephone, letters and postcards. In 1989 Turner heard that Robert Giroux, publisher at FS & G and onetime publisher of Bishop's books at Harcourt, was planning a collection of the poet's correspondence ("One Art: Letters of Elizabeth Bishop"). Turner wrote to Giroux offering her collection of letters and postcards (which turned out to be far fewer than she recalled). These were accepted and sent in photocopy to the publisher. Tamara is mentioned in the acknowledgments of the book, which was published in 1994. The items included here are the originals along with the photocopies sent to Giroux and two photocopies of Turner's original correspondence with the publisher. The earliest correspondence is a postcard from London dated November 9, 1966 and is handwritten on a card that is a facsimile of Shelley's original draft of "Ode to the West Wind" which Bishop lightly derides and then goes on to recommend John Lennon's books which she has been reading. Next is another postcard, this from Rio dated January 18, 1967 with a typed message about the aborted trip to England and Europe that was cut short due to Lota's illness. This also has a short handwritten message surrounding the typed text and signed by Bishop. The third item is dated February 8, 1968 and is typewritten, as Bishop had broken her wrist. It is signed in a "decrepit" signature (her words) In an envelope mailed from her temporary address in San Francisco. The fourth item is a handwritten letter signed by Bishop as Elizabeth written on University Tower Hotel, Seattle letterhead; it includes the original pages of introductory notes written by the President of the University of Washington used to introduce her at the 11th Anniversary Theodore Roethke Poetry Reading. Her annotations and commentary are quite humorous. The fifth and final letter from Bishop to Turner is another postcard of the Boston historical site Faneuil Hall dated June 20, 1973. It is typed and signed in ink. She speaks of reading Chekhov's letters and tells of a footnote that refers to the name "Tamara." She also speaks of the oppressive heat and plans to attend a concert by Ella Fitzgerald at a racetrack. There are two typed letters signed from Giroux to Tamara Turner in original envelopes thanking her for the access to the correspondence and her own two letters to him containing memories of her friendship with the poet. Those letters are represented in photocopy. The final piece is a short note from Giroux's assistant apologizing that he is away and requesting copies of the correspondence to be considered for the planned book. Finally a b&w postcard photo of Bishop in Rio.

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        Wu Guanzhong: A Contemporary Chinese Artist

      The Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco 1989 - SIGNED BY WU GUANZHONG, the subject of this very impressive 1989 catalogue. Clean and Near Fine in its beige cloth. Quarto, 183 pgs., crisp, high-quality color reproductions thruout. The exhibition debuted at the Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco, June-August 1989. Also includes a VG+ example of publisher's printed card slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: APPLEDORE BOOKS, ABAA]
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        Apparel Arts.

      1989 - Turin: Gruppo GFT. 1989. 4to. Three volumes. Original stiff paper wrappers, in slip case; illustrated throughout in colour and b&w; a little rubbing to slipcase and wrappers, otherwise near fine. First edition thus. A scarce and important summary of the influential 1930s menswear magazine Apparel Arts. The first volume looks at the clothes themselves, while the second volume puts fashion into the contect of 1930s society, culture and politics. The third volume contains a reprint of the Summer 1934 issue of the magazine. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        NE Bd 1-23

      Inbunden bok. Bokförlaget Bra Böcker. 1989-1996, 2000. 14772 s. Inbunden. Halvfranskt band, med ryggdekor och text i guldtryck. Guldfärgat övre snitt. 28x23cm. 17183 gram. Nära nyskick. Verket är komplett med 20 band Företagets enhetstaxa 49 kr för frakt gäller.

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        Bruno Leti. Return to Memories (series 1). A folio of three woodcuts.

      Melbourne : the artist, 1989. Folio, silkscreened wrappers by Larry Rawling, containing three original colour woodcuts (Sabina, Clonbinane, Arrival 51), each signed and numbered by the artist. Edition limited to 30 copies. Appears to be unrecorded in Australian collections.

      [Bookseller: Douglas Stewart Fine Books]
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        English Lantern Clocks

      Antique Collectors' Club, Woodbridge 1989 - 1st edition in dark blue cloth binding with gilt title to spine and front board. Unclipped dust jacket now having a Mylar protective cover. Both in near fine condition. This copy includes a hand-written note on both sides of a headed postcard from George White discussing the publication of his book. Heavy book which may incur additional postal charge at cost. Pp. 539. Heavy book which may incur additional postal charge at cost. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sauts de temps

      La Délirante, Paris 1989 - Edition originale illustrée in et hors-texte de nombreux dessins de Horst Janssen. UN DES 100 EXEMPLAIRES DE TÊTE numérotés sur vergé d'Arches, signés par l'auteur et l'illustrateur, contenant en frontispice une eau-forte originale d'HORST JANSSEN, justifiée et signée par l'artiste. Couverture illustrée, étui de l'éditeur. Trés bel état. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie-Galerie Emmanuel Hutin]
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        Viele gemEinsame Wege". Texte von Günther Flemming und Heidi Roch-Stübler.

      Hildesheim, Eberhard Schlotter Stiftung, 1989 - 308 S., fester OPbd, zahlreiche Abbildungen in s/w und farbig, aufklappbare Tafeln, 4° quer. Dokumentarischer Anhang. Vorliegend: Vorzugsausgabe mit einer lose beigelegten nummerierten (Nr. 58 von 75) und signierten Radierung von Eberhard Schlotter. Erste Ausgabe. Der empfindliche weisse Pappeinband mit minimalen Verschmutzungen. Schönes Exemplar. Sehr selten. Very rare document. Limited for 75 copies with a handsigned originally graphics. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schröter -Uta-Janine Störmer]
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        Dragon Ball. (2)

      

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        Subiaco. La collezione Ceselli nel monastero di S.Scolastica Materiali di età romana

      Abete Grafica s.p.a, ROMA 1989 - ITALIANO Pubblicazione edita in brossura con copertina in cartoncino stampato al dorso presenti iscrizioni riportanti le informazioni di copertina, mostra leggeri segni, nel complesso in ottimo stato, la legatura salda, presenti numerose fotografie di reperti e monete in b. e n. edizione a cura di Maria Antonietta Tomei La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        [Letters and postcards from Elizabeth Bishop to Tamara Turner, with later correspondence between Turner and Robert Giroux]

      Seattle, London, Rio de Janeiro, San Francisco & New York: 1966-1989. Three single-page letters and two postcards from Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Elizabeth Bishop to lesbian activist Tamara Turner, discussing professional and personal life; these are accompanied by two letters from publisher Robert Giroux to Turner discussing the provision of Turner's letters to a collection of Bishop's writings, and a note from Giroux's assistant to Turner. All are accompanied by the original envelopes with canceled stamps, mostly hand-addressed, with photocopies paperclipped to the originals. Very good, with expected wear and tearing to the envelopes. Bishop was on the faculty of the University of Washington in the 1960s where she met and befriended Tamara Turner, who later became a member of the Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women and pressed those groups to become involved in the struggle for LGBTQ rights. After Bishop left the University for Harvard, then London and back to Rio (she spent 17 years in Brazil where she met her life-partner Lota), the two corresponded by telephone, letters and postcards. In 1989 Turner heard that Robert Giroux, publisher at FS & G and onetime publisher of Bishop's books at Harcourt, was planning a collection of the poet's correspondence ("One Art: Letters of Elizabeth Bishop"). Turner wrote to Giroux offering her collection of letters and postcards (which turned out to be far fewer than she recalled). These were accepted and sent in photocopy to the publisher. Tamara is mentioned in the acknowledgments of the book, which was published in 1994. The items included here are the originals along with the photocopies sent to Giroux and two photocopies of Turner's original correspondence with the publisher. The earliest correspondence is a postcard from London dated November 9, 1966 and is handwritten on a card that is a facsimile of Shelley's original draft of "Ode to the West Wind" which Bishop lightly derides and then goes on to recommend John Lennon's books which she has been reading. Next is another postcard, this from Rio dated January 18, 1967 with a typed message about the aborted trip to England and Europe that was cut short due to Lota's illness. This also has a short handwritten message surrounding the typed text and signed by Bishop. The third item is dated February 8, 1968 and is typewritten, as Bishop had broken her wrist. It is signed in a "decrepit" signature (her words) In an envelope mailed from her temporary address in San Francisco. The fourth item is a handwritten letter signed by Bishop as Elizabeth written on University Tower Hotel, Seattle letterhead; it includes the original pages of introductory notes written by the President of the University of Washington used to introduce her at the 11th Anniversary Theodore Roethke Poetry Reading. Her annotations and commentary are quite humorous. The fifth and final letter from Bishop to Turner is another postcard of the Boston historical site Faneuil Hall dated June 20, 1973. It is typed and signed in ink. She speaks of reading Chekhov's letters and tells of a footnote that refers to the name "Tamara." She also speaks of the oppressive heat and plans to attend a concert by Ella Fitzgerald at a racetrack. There are two typed letters signed from Giroux to Tamara Turner in original envelopes thanking her for the access to the correspondence and her own two letters to him containing memories of her friendship with the poet. Those letters are represented in photocopy. The final piece is a short note from Giroux's assistant apologizing that he is away and requesting copies of the correspondence to be considered for the planned book. Finally a b&w postcard photo of Bishop in Rio.

      [Bookseller: Bolerium Books, ABAA]
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        The Remains of the Day

      8vo. London: Faber and Faber Ltd., 1989. 8vo., 245 pp. Publisher's black cloth boards, with title printed in white on backstrip, with illustrated unclipped dust-jacket. Like new. Signed by the author on the title-page. First edition of Kazuo Ishiguro's third book, which won the Man Booker Prize for fiction, and established Ishiguro as a major literary figure in contemporary England. A beautiful copy, from the collection of Bruce Kahn.

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        RED (#41/50 signed)

      Burn Again Press: Holllywood, CA, 1989. Octavo, red cloth with paper label on front cover, red endpapers. pp 11. #41 of an edition of 50 copies SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Fine copy. A single poem tribute to his pal "Red" Stodolsky who operated the Baroque Bookstore in Hollywood from 1972 until his death in 1998. The imprint is spurious. Actually published Santa Barbara, Black Sparrow Press. Binding: Hardcover .

      [Bookseller: Steven Temple Books]
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        Swan Song

      first edition. Arlington Heights, Dark Harvest, 1989, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. With publisher's slipcase, illustrated by Charles Lang, this de luxe edition is No. 292 of 650 numbered copies Signed by both McCammon and Lang. Fine, unread.

      [Bookseller: James M. Dourgarian, Bookman]
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        Pierre-Felix Fix-Masseau-Bugatti-1989 Lithograph

      1989 - "Bugatti" by Pierre-Felix Fix-Masseau, Unsigned Lithograph printed in 1989. The overall size of the Lithograph is 31.5 x 23.5 inches. The condition of this piece has been graded as A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling.

      [Bookseller: Art Wise]
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        A suite of four items relating to ?Lawrence Weiner, Books 1968 - 1989: Catalog Raisonné'

      Walther König, Köln 1989 - Large 4to hardcover with a blue linen spine and paper-covered red boards with black lettering inside an offset printed dust jacket. 206 pp. To which is added a die cut and folded poster 59.5 x 84 cm (23.4 x 33") in size printed in three colors on glossy stock on recto, a die cut 14.8 x 10.5 cm (5.9 x 4.125") announcement card offset printed in color on card stock on recto, and a 14.2 x 10.5 cm (5.6 x 4.125") invitation card offset printed on recto. Text in German, English, and French. A suite of four items all relating to Weiner's catalog raisonné surveying his artists' books and catalogs created 1968 - 1989. Weiner's writings, philosophies, and ideas are eloquently expressed through typography often relying on upper case Franklin Gothic and similar bold fonts. This is designed art in the highest regard. The dust jacket, poster, and announcement card feature the phrases "Books do furnish a room" and "Learn to read art"- both powerful reminders of the importance of books and art, and the role they play in our lives. Dust jacket with trace amounts of rubbing to spine in three places, including a 5.5" surface scratch on back. A near fine example of the book with a touch of soiling to top edge of text block and light bumps to lower tips. Very good example of the poster which is folded three times (likely as issued) showing trace amounts of toning and rubbing along fold lines. A fine example of the announcement card fine. Invitation very good with a relief along the top edge from at one point being paper clipped to something else. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Book of the Dead

      Willimantic, CT: Mark V. Ziesing 1989 - Edited by John Skipp & Craig Spector. Published in Willimantic, CT by Mark V. Ziesing in 1989. "First Hardcover Edition" stated on copyright page. This is an unnumbered presentation copy signed by the editors and the authors of all 16 stories, including Stephen King. Book fine. DJ fine. DJ price reads "$22" on front flap. Book comes in publisher's slip cover. We will provide a certificate of authenticity for this item. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        August 1914, The Red Wheel, Knot 1 (signed, limited edition, 1989)

      New York, NY: Farrar Straus Giroux. 1989. New ed. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION OF 200 COPIES.. Hard cover. Very good in very good dust jacket.. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 854 p. O'Hara Dynasty, 1. . Farrar Straus Giroux, N.Y., 1989. Hardcover. Book (no dust jacket) in slipcase. Limited Edition. A clean and tight hardcover copy in slipcase. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION OF 200 COPIES. This is copy no. 181, Signed by Solzhenitsyn. This is a very nice, clean copy that appears unread. The covers of the book are bright red cloth with black and gold decorations, and the slipcase is covered with black cloth. The book has a yellow satin bookmark sewn into the binding. The spine of the book is sunfaded to a light red. For some unknown reason, the slipcase of this book is too tight. I had an extremely difficult time removing the book from the slipcase, and have left it out because I am afraid that trying to force it back in might damage the book. The slipcase itself is in very good condition with a few scuffs and rubs. The book would be in fine condition, except for the faded spine and a small bit of soil on the top edge of the pages. I have no idea why it fits so tightly in the slipcase. I will leave the book outside the slipcase for shipping. More photos/scans available on request. .

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        Untitled.

      New York: Schellmann Art, 1989 - Excellent condition. Presented in a Darbyshire powder coated alloy frame with conservation glass. Screenprint on canvas. Sheet size: 20 x 20 cm. Artist's proof aside from the edition of 60. Signed by Haring on a label attached to the verso of the canvas dated 23 September 1989. With a letter of authentication signed by the publisher, Jorg Schellmann. Littmann p. 153 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        What Mad Pursuit: A Personal View of Scientific Discovery

      First edition, first printing. With a slip inscribed by the author, "for Bull, Francis Crick" loosely inserted in an archival paper envelope. Crick was co-discoverer, with James Watson, of the molecular structure of DNA, but his signature is less common than that of his colleague. What Mad Pursuit is Crick's "long-awaited" personal account of the discovery of DNA's structure; his scientific philosophy and his role in shaping the emerging field of molecular biology; and his life and scientific work in the years since. "This is a book to be read more than once; the beauty of its style masks much hard science and subtle thought. In spite of having heard it many times from others, the story of DNA as told by Crick still makes a marvelous read. A sense of clarity of thought combined with an equally strong sense of commitment and overlaid with the deep power of his thinking runs through the book" (Nanjundiah, review in the Journal of Genetics, December 1989). New York: Basic Books, 1988. Octavo. Original blue boards, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Minor bumps to corners of boards. An excellent, fresh copy in the jacket with minor fading of the spine panel.

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        The Thirteen Gun Salute

      Collins 1989 - London 1989 ,a fine copy in fine wrapper which shows price of 11.95GBP ,square no inscriprions or foxing ,without the usual browning to edges ,a lovely copy Language: eng [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Trou VI. Pietro Sarto, Frédéric Pajak, Francine Simonin, Matthieu Messagier, Jean-Claude Wicky.

      Editions de la Prévôté, Moutier, 1989 - 98pages, illustrations n/b et couleurs in et hors texte. Reliure d?éditeur, sous jaquette. Très bel exemplaire avec emboitage, état neuf. Edition de tête hors commerce, numéroté n.° VII / XXX, renfermant une aquatinte de Francine Simonin, deux eaux-fortes de Pietro Sarto et une photographie de Jean-Claude Wicky. Les trois estampes originales et la photographies sont numérotées et signées.

      [Bookseller: Bouquinerie du Varis]
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        Rhyme Stew

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1989. Reprint. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. First edition, second printing. Signed by Roald Dahl on the front free end paper in black marker. Fine, with very light wear to spine ends and a small indentation to the rear board. In a Near Fine dust jacket with price intact though front flap slightly tripped along the vertical edge, and light surface indentations. A very bright copy.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Fortineux-Fortinet Family (Fortney, Fortna, Fordney, Furtney) in America

      Walsworth Publishing, 1989. Oversized hardcover is very good with shelfwear and lightly bumped corners. Issued without a dust jacket. Includes additional material from the publisher laid in. A nice example of a very scarce book. This book cannot be shipped to Canada or Russia. Expedited international shipping is not available. The delivery expectation for international shipping is 7-32 business days, depending upon customer location. . Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        The Girl at the Lion D'Or

      Hutchinson, London 1989 - 1st UK and true 1st in mylar-protected dj; a bright, clean copy [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Le Tour du Monde en Quatre-Vingt Jours

      Editions du Cadran 1989 - Editions du Cadran Ouvrage illustré par LEMARIE Henry de 46 illustrations en couleur, 16 dans le style de l'enluminure et 30 dessins en bleu . Exemplaire numéroté sur vélin de lana pur chiffon n° 1562 comprenant l'état définitif des dessins et aquarelles, 2 volumes reliés veau sous emboîtage. 320x240x65. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Archer in Africa

      Clinton, NJ: Amwell Press, 1989. Limited Edition. Hardcover. As new. 1000-copy slipcased edition. This copy is no. 235. Signed by William Negley and Jim Rikhoff, President, NSFL. 26.5cm in 27cm slipcase. xiii, 235p. Brown hardcover with gold gilt in spine and boards. Forword by Harry Tennison. Includes numerous b&w photos from author's private collection throughout. No discernible wear.

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        Opuscula ichneumonologica.Blankenburg, 1902-1927[-1936]. 6 volumes + 25 supplement volumes. 8vo. Contemporary half cloth; supplement volumes original publisher's printed-paper wrappers.

      Junk, Rara, pp. 150, 215; Kasparyan, Fauna of the USSR, Hymenoptera (1989) p. 92. Complete set of a standard hymenopterological work on ichneumon wasps by the German entomologist Otto Schmiedeknecht (1847-1936). The set consists of 6 volumes, including a register, and 25 supplement volumes, numbered Fasc. I-XXV. "... (at the turn of the 20th century) extensive work was carried out by ichneumonologists … All of the research done in this period has been recorded in Schmiedeknecht's (1902-1936) multivolume work, Opuscula ichneumonologica. In the division of the subfamily Tryphoninae, Schmiedeknecht followed Holmgren's system but treated the tribe Tryphonini within the limits set by Thomson … He included 13 genera comprising some 120 species of Palearctic (predominantly European) fauna" (Kasparyan). With some owner's annotations in the margins, slightly browned. Most of the supplements with spine reinforced and an occasional crease, but wholly untrimmed. In very good condition.

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        Black Book

      The only book created by American Post-conceptual artist Christopher Wool from his most important series of letter paintings. New York : Thea Westreich and Cologne : Gisella Capitain, 1989. Elephant folio (585 mm tall), black papered boards, title page, 17 screenprints, colophon. Limited to 350 copies signed and numbered by the artist (a further 8 artist's proofs also issued). A fine copy. Born in Boston in 1955, Christopher Wool is widely considered to be the most influential Post-conceptual visual artist of the twentieth century. In the 1980s Wool began composing his first word-based series of paintings, drawing inspiration from the stencilled labels painted on the sides of military vehicles, along with the urban graffiti found across New York. 'In the 1980s, Christopher Wool was doing a Neo-Pop sort of painting using commercial rollers to apply decorative patterns to white panels. One day he saw a new white truck violated by the spray-painted words "sex" and "luv." Mr. Wool made his own painting using those words and went on to make paintings with big, black stenciled letters saying things like "Run Dog Run" or "Sell the House, Sell the Car, Sell the Kids." The paintings captured the scary, euphoric mood of a high-flying period not unlike our own' (Ken Johnson, 'Art in Review: Christopher Wool', The New York Times, March 17, 2000). In Black Book, the artist's only book created from his most important series, Wool fills each page with a staccato-like series of stencilled black letters, forming words such as TERRORIST; PERSUADER; EXTREMIST; CELEBRITY. The letter forms are almost abstract, with words broken arbitrarily into groups of three letters equally spaced across three lines. As a sequence they become the syllables in an unremitting mantra. Wool formalises the rawness and immediacy of street graffiti and presents an assault of word-images which, through their minimalism, are at the same time benign and unsettling. Wool's letter art from the late 1980s, epitomised in Black Book, is some of the most sought after in the contemporary art world. These works are post-pop icons of the ongoing deconstruction of our sense of security, identity and familiar space. Retrospectives of the work of Christopher Wool have been held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago and numerous other major institutions.

      [Bookseller: Douglas Stewart Fine Books]
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