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        Reagan & Bush Presidential letters to the Spirit of America Awards Dinners

      Comprises: (1) Typed Letter Signed “Ronald Reagan” by Autopen as President, 1p, 6.75” x 8.75”. On White House stationery, but written from Santa Barbara, August 30, 1988. Fine condition. In part, “Nancy and I are truly delighted to greet … everyone gathered in Los Angeles at the Governor’s Ball and Spirit of America Awards Dinner. As you celebrate California's Statehood and the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution, we proudly join you in saluting Patriot Award recipients Gene Autry, Bob Hope, Jimmy Stewart … Bill of Rights Award winner Muhammad Ali; and ‘We the People’ Awards honorees…” With unsigned 10” x 8” color photograph of 9 of the 10 winners. This letter is reproduced in the illustrated dinner journal, “The Governor’s Ball Spirit of America’s Awards Dinner,” 80pp, 8.5” x 11”. Universal City, September 7, 1988. (2) Typed Letter Signed “George Bush” as President, 1p, 7” x 10.5”. The White House, Washington, December 12, 1990. Possibly signed by Autopen; we have been unable to find this machine pattern. Fine condition. In part, “I am delighted to extend greetings to the members of the American Spirit Foundation and to all those gathered for the Fourth Annual Sprit of America Awards. My special greetings and congratulations to your honored guest, Ms. Helen Hayes, on her 90th birthday…” This letter arrived too late to be included in the “4th Annual Spirit of America Awards Gala” dinner journal, 96pp, 8.5” x 11”. Beverly Hills, December 13, 1990. The letters, photo, and 1988 and 1990 dinner journals are housed in a custom navy morocco four-flap box with the American eagle in gilt on the cover and gilt decorations and lettering on the spine.

      [Bookseller: University Archives ]
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        Possession, A Romance

      London: Chatto & Windus (1990). Uncorrected proof. Pictorial wrappers. Slight edgewear else near fine. Signed by the author. Winner of the 1990 Booker Prize.

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      np: np, 1990. First Edition. Very Good +. 8.5" x 11" typescript (computer word-processor-generated, almost certainly daisy wheel) on perforated printer paper. Minor creasing to some pages. A bit of toning overall. Remnants of a smoky smell (both Anthony and his wife were smokers). Two small corrections to the text, presumably by Anthony, else clean throughout. Very good plus to near fine. [2], 237, [1]. The complete typescript and author's note for Anthony's 1990 young-adult sci-fi novel BALOOK, the publisher's copy sent by Anthony to his publisher Underwood-Miller who brought the novel out in 1990. Published the same year as Michael Crichton's JURASSIC PARK, Anthony's story also revolves around the genetic resurrection of an extinct dinosaur. A coming-of-age story of sorts comparing the maturation of the Baluchitherium "Balook" with that of his young friend Thor. Perhaps most noteworthy, however, for Anthony's "Author's Note" which closes the book (as well as the manuscript here). It recounts BALOOK's long and circuitous road to publication and remains one of Anthony most concentrated and sustained pieces on the science fiction genre, his working methods, and the writer's craft. It ends, appropriately enough, thusly: "I mentioned word processing programs. I had discovered one called Finalword that promised to be even better for me than my prior ones [...] But it was complex, and not perfectly adapted to me system or my Dvorak keyboard; it would be a monster to break in. So I decided to use [...] a short novel to break it in; once I have novelized a thing, I really understand it [...] The available novel was Balook." In other words, THIS typescript.

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        Freedom In Exile: The Autobiography Of The Dalai Lama - 1st US Edition/1st Printing

      New York: Cornelia & Michael Bessel / Harper Collins Publishers. Fine in Fine dust jacket; Signed by Author. 1990. 1st US Edition; First Printing. 1/4 Cloth. 0060391162 . An attractive First US Edition, First Printing, following the UK publication. Fine condition in alike dust-jacket, SIGNED directly on the title page by His Holiness and Nobel Peace Prize winner, the Dalai Lama; "It is as a simple monk that I offer this story of my life, though it is by no means a book about Buddhism. I have two main reasons for doing so. Firstly an increasing number of people have shown an interest in learning something about the Dalai Lama. Secondly, there are a number of historical events about which I wish to set the records straight..." (from the dust-jacket) .

      [Bookseller: Books Tell You Why]
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        DREAMS. [In Japanese]. Inscribed

      Tokyo, 1990 Kurosawa, Akiro. DREAMS. [In Japanese]. Inscribed. Tokyo, 1990. 4to., 156pp., gilt & black stamped white cloth covered boards. Inscribed by Kurosawa in English and in Kanji on the front free endpaper. A fine fresh copy in a near fine or better dustwrapper with the publisher's original wraparound band. A superb collection of colour paintings & drawings by Kurasawa created to illustrate scenes for his film "DREAMS". With an undated Christmas Card signed by Kurasawa laid in . An exceedingly uncommon, exquisite production, rarely found signed. Akira Kurosawa [1910 - 1998] was a Japanese film director, screenwriter, producer, & editor. Regarded as one of the most important & influential filmmakers in the history of cinema, Kurosawa directed 30 films in a career spanning 57 years. Titles include: Seven Samurai, Roshomon, Ran, Dreams & others. . Signed by Author. First Edition.. Illus. by Kurosawa.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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      1990. Paperback. AUGUSTAN REPRINT SOCIETY. INTERRUPTED RUN OF PUBLICATIONS AND OCCASIONAL PAPERS, 1950-1990, 189 VOLUMES + 89 PAPERS. Los Angeles: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, 1950-1990. var pp. 8vo., stapled or perfect bound wrappers, various colors (the Reprint Society publications are a uniform tan). Augustan Reprint Society publication numbers as follows: 11, 15-16, 18-20, 22-23, 26, 31, 38-39, 41, 74, 77-264 (including 174x), plus a lot of 89 occasional papers published by the Library, in similar (variously colored) wrappers. This series focuses on Renaissance and Elizabethan literature; the occasionl papers are broader in scope, representing a wide range of literary and cultural criticism. A wonderful resource, as many of the plays, poems, and tales are out of print.

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        Bernhard von Clairvaux. Sämtliche Werke. Gesamtausgabe. 10 Bde. (compl.).

      Gr.8°, je ca 850 S., Kart. m. OU., Tadell. Der hl. Bernhard von Clairvaux, geb. 1090 in Fontaines bei Dijon; Eintritt in das burgundische Reformkloster Cîteaux; Abt des neugegründeten Klosters Clairvaux; gest. 1153, prägte das geistige Leben des gesamten Christentums während des Mittelalters und weit darüberhinaus. Zum Bernhard-Jahr 1990 startete diese neue deutsch-lateinische Gesamtausgabe seiner Werke in zehn Bänden. Gerhard B. Winkler, Zisterzienser des Stiftes Wilhering (Oberösterreich); Ordinarius für Kirchengeschichte an der Universität Salzburg; Verfasser zahlreicher kirchengeschichtlicher Werke. NEUPREIS CHF 1200.-

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        Les Nourritures Terrestres, Lithographies originales de Pierre Boncompain

      Paris: Editions Michele Trinckvel. NF. 1990. 1st thus. Boxed. Yellow cloth covered solander box with title and vignette of a woman blocked on upper board and titles on spine, a couple of small marks to cloth, box contains sheets in original wrapper, illustrated by Pierre Boncompain with ten colour lithos and twenty b&w lithos with an additional twenty-six litho. illustrations to text, No.236 of an edition of 300 signed by the author on the colophon. , Andre Gide (1869-1951) was a French author and winner of the 1947 Nobel Prize for Literature. Gide's childhood was spent in the relative isolation of Normandy and he grew up in a family with a religious and puritanical world view. It was the conflict between the strict moralism of his upbringing and his own nature that would power Gide's writing and his work, both the autobiographical work and the fiction, explores his own battle between self realisation and the moral constraints instilled in him as a child. This work (the title translates as 'Fruits of the Earth') deals very directly with this conflict. Gide would acknowledge the influence of Nietzsche's Also Sprach Zarathustra on this book which was written in 1895 but the real roots of the book lie in Gide's travels in North Africa in 1893-94 where he came to accept his own attraction to boys. When published in 1897 the book, with its theme of abandoning rules and stability in favour of adventure and excess was not well received, however after the First World War it gained a considerable following, influencing a generation of young writers. Gide was a prolific writer, writing both fiction and non-fiction until his death in 1951. In 1952 the Catholic Church placed all his works in the Index Librorum Prohibitorum, and if Gide's work can be seen as an investigation of freedom and empowerment in the face of moralistic and puritanical authority then this seems almost to be a compliment., Folio 13" - 23" tall, 209 [5] pp .

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        The Forgotten Hermitage of Skellig Michael.

      Berkeley. Los Angeles. Oxford. University of California Press. 1990.. 1st edn. 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. California studies in the History of Art. Series 11. A University of California Press Centennial Book. Hardback in d/w. 111pp. Illustrated throughout in colour and b/w. Grey cloth boards with gilt titles to spine. FINE uninscribed copy in VG+ unclipped d/w (just the lightest bumps to extrems). A beautiful and rare book.

      [Bookseller: The Old Station Pottery & Bookshop]
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        The Life of the Body

      Minneapolis: Coffee House Press/Espresso Editions. 1990. A story by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author, with six linoleum cut illustrations by Susan Nees. One of 170 numbered copies signed by the author and artist. A couple small faint spots to spine cloth; else fine in boards and publisher's ribbon-tied plexiglass case. An attractive production. . First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Comics: The Story of My Life People. Ya Gotta Love'em I'm Greatful! I'm Greatful!

      Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1990. Limited Lettered Edition, 1 of 26 lettered copies. Signed by Robert Crumb on the limitation page. Both book and slipcase in fine condition.. Signed by Illustrator. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

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        (Hamburg 1929 - 1995). Klassischer L-Bruch. Farbradierung v. 1990. Numeriert, datiert und signiert. 49,7 x 40 cm.

      Eines von 30 Exemplaren. In der Platte bezeichnet mit dem Titel und datiert '19.5.90'. Gedruckt in 2 Farben (rosa auf türkis).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm]
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        VINELAND. and; MASON & DIXON. Each one of only 2 special copies

      Little, Brown & Company, Boston, and; Henry Holt & Company. New York.,1990/97. FIRST EDITIONS, first printings. Large 8vo. Both are fine copies and one of only 2 copies of each which have been specially bound in full burgundy morocco, gilt lettering, decoration and ruling on spines (and decoration to front board of Vineland) with the top edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Only 2 copies of each were specialy bound for Pynchon and his Editor Ray A Roberts. These copies are Roberts' and both have his bookplate on the front pastedown endapers. Vineland has a card loosely inserted with Roberts name printed at the top and written below in his hand " 1 / 2 leatherbound. 1 copy to author". --- Mason & Dixon has a slip of paper inside written in Roberts hand " 1 of 2 copies with gold top stain. 1st copy to Thomas Pynchon on 10/28/97." Fine, bright copies.:.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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      [Altadena]: Twelvetrees Press, 1990. First Edition. Folio. Number 96 of 100 numbered copies. SIGNED by the photographer with his typical encircled AH. Ninety-one Ginsberg photographs with his captions, including all the famous images of the Beats. (Roth 266-267). Fine in grey cloth in a fine publisher's slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc.]
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        Blinds & Shutters

      Guildford: Genesis / Hedley, 1990. Forewords by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Introduction by Terry Southern. Consultant Bill Wyman. Quarto. Original black morocco and yellow buckram, titles to front cover in black and yellow, titles to spine in yellow, all edges red. Housed in the publisher's silkscreened solander box with a sliding blind beneath which is a unique photograph (in this case of the Beatles). With the original packing box. Over 600 photographs by Michael Cooper and 93 key contributors. A fine copy. First edition, first impression. Limited to 5000 copies. This is no. 1160 signed by 11 of the contributors; Adam Cooper, Allen Jones, Bill Wyman, Andy Warhol, Peter Blake, Eric Clapton, Ann Marshall, Billy Al Bengston, Craig Kauffman, John Dunbar and Colin Self. Each copy is signed by a different selection of contributors. Warhol signed very few copies as the signature sheets were collected as the book was compiled, the book was published in 1990 and Warhol died in February 1987.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Elles. With lithographs after Henri de TOULOUSE-LAUTREC

      Paris: The Toulouse-Lautrec Circle, 1990, one of 1250 numbered copies. The complete portfolio with a matted color lithograph, laid-in loose, and 11 facsimile color lithographs by Mourlot after Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, each about 20 x 16 in. (50 x 40 cm), printed on watermarked ”TL” handmade wove paper, pasted on 3 corners on special flexible boards; each litho numbered in pencil as one of 1250 copies, except for the 12th litho which is one of 5000 numbered copies, as issued, but not recorded in the colophon; 41 leaves; the binding with lithos on each cover was done by Zaehnsdorf; housed in publisher's slipcase; overall size 23 x 16.5 in. A very close to excellent copy. Reportedly, this edition was only distributed to ”members of the Toulouse-Lautrec Circle” by subscription, a much smaller number of copies were printed than the announced 5000. A very handsome production, vastly superior to the 1952 edition.

      [Bookseller: Gemini Fine Books & Arts, Ltd.]
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        Poems of W.B. Yeats. Selected and introduced by Helen Vendler & with six etchings by Richard Diebenkorn

      San Francisco: Arion Press, 1990. Quarto. (10 1/4 x 8 inches). Printed in red and black, half-title. 6 etched plates by Richard Diebenkorn, the original 8pp. illustrated prospectus (10 1/4 x 8 inches) loosely inserted, together with the small format order-form (7 x 5 inches). Original red morocco-backed green cloth-covered boards, spine lettered in gilt, green cloth and red paper-covered slipcase, paper title-label on 'spine' of slip- case. A mint copy of this beautifully-illustrated selection of Yeats poems, from one of America's most important contemporary private presses: the edition is limited to 426 copies, this copy number 284 of 400 copies for sale and signed by the artist. 'Shortly before his death, Yeats wrote in a letter, "Man can embody truth but he cannot know it." His conviction that art is embodiment can be read through the images of vestures recurring throughout the poetry - as garments of art, the singing-clothes of the bard, the mantle of poetry. The Yeatsian theme of an empty coat was taken up by the artist Richard Diebenkorn for a series of five out of the six prints in the book. The other etching, the first in the book, is a double-map of Ireland, representing ... the divided, embattled country ... Then come, interspersed at regular intervals throughout the book, the sequence of five etchings on the coat.' (Prospectus). The artist's use of the coat theme not only resonates with Yeats' imagery but also with two works by the artists himself: the one executed in 1943 (of his U.S. Marine Corps uniform), the other a small 1989 painting recalling his famous 'Ocean Park' series. The etchings therefore also "recapitulate Diebenkorn's career, in variations on a common piece of apparel, from 1943 to [1990]" (Prospectus). This was the 31st book published by Andrew Hoyem's Arion Press. The Press remains as a standard bearer for a proud tradition of fine printing in San Francsisco. For much of the middle of the 20th century this tradition was upheld by the Grabhorn Press. From 1966 until his death, Robert Grabhorn (the younger of the two Grabhorn brothers) worked in partnership with Hoyem. Robert Grabhorn brought to the new enterprise much of the printing equipment and type collection of the Grabhorn Press,... Shortly before [his] ... death ... the balance of the Grabhorn equipment was purchased [by Hoyem] from the widow of Edwin Grabhorn, consolidating one of the most important collections of type, which Arion Press uses to this day. In 1974, Andrew Hoyem renamed the company Arion Press (after the legendary Greek poet who was saved from the sea by a dolphin) and started on a new series of limited-edition books that began to be published in 1975. The present work stands as one of the highpoints.

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        Parables & Pieces translated by Michael Feingold. Illustrated with photogravures after photographs by Judith Turner

      Vincent FitzGerald and Company New York: Vincent FitzGerald and Company. 1990. First Edition thus, one of 50 copies, all on BFK Rives paper, all signed by Turner and Feingold. Page size: 11 x 13". Bound: collaged Japanese grey paper over boards, housed in black silk box, fine. Illustrating Kafka's 15 short fictions are 25 photogravures, a delicate process little used since the 19th century. The process, in which original prints are made from a photograph etched by ultraviolet light on an engraved copper plate, is used in an innovative contemporary way to reflect the great Modernist author's distinctive 20th century sensibility, with its inexplicable fears and haunting sense of helpless isolation. Rather than standing aloof from the text, Turner's images enfold it, combat it, or weave their way across it. Gatefold pages, aquatints adding almost subliminal touches of colors, and collages employing a variety of fine papers in various textures and colors, are among the techniques which add to the effect of a visual environment specially created for Kafka's lost souls to inhabit. See an Image.

      [Bookseller: Priscilla Juvelis, Inc. ]
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        PARABLES & PIECES translated by Michael Feingold. Illustrated with photogravures after photographs by Judith Turner

      New York: Vincent Fitz Gerald & Company, 1990. Fine. Copy #10 of 50 SIGNED AND NUMBERED copies bound in grey Japanese paper over boards (approx. 11 1/4" x 13") housed in black silk box, ALL IN FINE CONDITION. __________ Lovely photogravures Illustrating Kafka's 15 short fictional pieces. COMPLETE. Signed by Turner (artist) and Feingold (trans). __________ Absolutely choice issue from the renown Vincent Fitz Gerald & Company.

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        Revelaciones: The Art of Manuel Alvarez Bravo

      San Diego: Museum of Photographic Arts, 1990 Scarce original 1st Printing SIGNED by Manuel Alvarez Bravo to title page, Fine copy in wraps later reissued by the Univ of New Mexico Press in 1992, no creases, no text markings, note of the date & time of the signing on last page, else Fine copy of this wonderful retrospective exhibition of a photographic legend; sm 4to; 134pp illus. Signed by Photographer. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine.

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        Un Certain Robert Doisneau: La très véridique histoire d'un photographe racontée par lui-même

      Paris: Chêne, 1990. First Edition. Quarto. SIGNED and dated in the year of publication by the photographer and lyrically inscribed to fellow photographer David Gamble: continuing from the title "Un Certain Robert Doisneau" ... "transforme un certain David Gamble / en ? / car forts ces imàges ont été volées / au hasard des rencontres. / En toute complicité / Robert Doisneau / avril 1990" (translation: "A certain Robert Doisneau transforms a certain David Gamble in ? because the power of these images was stolen from chance encounters. In complete complicity, Robert Doisneau April 1990"). Profusely illustrated with black and white and a few color photographs, captioned by Doisneau, spanning his career, including a "scrapbook" of family photos. Cover image by Henri Cartier-Bresson. Fine in a near fine jacket with two closed edge tears on the top of the rear panel, lightly creased there.

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        1 citta + i mondiali = torino '90

      Federico Motta Editore, 1990 Hardcover SIGNED. First edition. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket. Milano, Italy: Federico Motta Editore, 1990. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, BOXED. 176 pages; illustrated through out with full-spread, full-bleed b&w photographic plates; 9.75 x 13.5 inches. Includes captions, a biography, filmography, bibliography and exhibition history. Text in Italian. From an edition of 1500. Inscribed and SIGNED BY KLEIN: "To ____/ con amici / William Klein." Out of Print. According to Klein, the book was commissioned in anticipation of Italy winning the World Cup, to be given away to tourists in Milano. When Italy didn't win, the city stopped distributing the book. Quite scarce according to Klein.

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        A Woman's Love and Life. Song Cycle by Robert Schumann. Cassette recording by Joan Morris and William Bolcom. Translated into English by Michael Feingold from the German of Adelbert von Chamiso. Original etchings by Joan Busing

      Vincent FitzGerald & Company New York: Vincent FitzGerald & Company. 1990. One of 40 copies, printed by Dan Keleher at Wild Carrot on paper made by Paul Wong at Dieu Donne. Housed in box made by David Bourbeau at The Thistle Bindery in peach and blue pastepaper, interior printed with musical notation of song cycle. Calligraphy by Jerry Kelly, Cassette by the noted Bolcom and Morris laid into the box, fine. See an Image.

      [Bookseller: Priscilla Juvelis, Inc. ]
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      Lord John Press Northridge: Lord John Press, 1990. First edition, limited to 200 numbered and 26 lettered copies signed by Updike. This copy letter "T." 64mo. Type in Monotype Inland Caslon on Frankfurt Cream paper. Designed by Suzanne Watson and printed by Patrick Reagh Printers. Binding by Marianna Blau. Red cloth covered boards in slipcase. Unread copy in Fine condition in a Fine slipcase. Though Updike signed sheets for all copies, he signed I.B. Singer's name on the sheet bound into this copy. Unaware of Updike's signature, the publisher delivered the book to its purchaser who, upon discovering the prank, returned it with the request that Updike also sign this copy which he did with the inscription, "for - all best John Updike." The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

      [Bookseller: Revere Books, ABAA & IOBA ]
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        Collection of five related Autograph Letters Signed (ALS)

      Not published Leeds, MA: Not published, 1990. Five letters written entirely in Baskin's hand and signed by him, most with original mailing envelopes. The letters contain a correspondence between a collector and the artist. An intelligent discussion of commission work, as well as other works, ensues. Written on an assortment of odd-shaped pieces of hand-made paper, in Baskin's wonderful script. The dates range from October 1990 to March 1991. American painter, illustrator and sculptor.. Signed. No edition. Unbound. Very good+ condition.

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        The Life of the Body

      Coffee House Press/Espresso Editions Minneapolis: Coffee House Press/Espresso Editions. 1990. A story by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author, with six linoleum cut illustrations by Susan Nees. One of 170 numbered copies signed by the author and artist. A couple small faint spots to spine cloth; else fine in boards and publisher's ribbon-tied plexiglass case. An attractive production. . First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA ]
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        Matrix 10

      Gloucestershire: The Whittington Press, 1990.. Fine. 4to De Luxe edition limited to 105 copies bound in Oasis leather and paper marbled by Colleen Gryspeerdt and includes a portfolio of separate priints and broadsides. 237pp including many illustrations, some coloured some folding. Corner of slipcase bumped. Heavy book which will require extra shipping.

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        Ved døden.

      Fotografier af Krass Clement. Gyldendal, København 1990. Illustreret med fotos i s/h. 96 sider. Orig. kartonbind. Ryggen ganske let falmet. Ganske let stødte hjørner. Ellers fin.. Krass Clement går virkeligt tæt på i sin foto-serie om døden - en meget gammel kvindes sidste timer, obduktion og sidste etape helt ind i ovnen

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        Cimelio. Tipografico=pittorico offerto agli augstissimi genitori del re di Roma. + The "Cimelio" of Bodoni. The work and its printer in essays by Angelo Ciavarella, Corrado Mingardi, James Mosley, Bernard Chevallier.

      Verona, Edizioni Valdonega, 1990-91. Two volumes: facsimile of Cimelio (1811) + commentary. The facsimile consists of 40 pictures in colour with accompanying epigrams in Italian (95 leaves) printed on specially-made papers. The commentary: 69 + (4) p. The facsimile in gilt decorated leather with gilt edges, the commentery with red gilt decorated boards. Both volumes in a gilt decorated slip case with red boards. 38,5 X 26 cm

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        Della fisonomia dell'uomo. un compendio con cinque litografie ed un commento di fabrizio clerici. verona, officina bodoni di martino mardersteig, 1990 (stampato per i cento amici del libro nel cinquantenario della fondazione del loro sodalizio).

      Cm. 35, pp. 47 (3). Con cinque litografie fuori testo di Fabrizio Clerici, ciascuna firmata a matita. Bross. edit. Entro custodia. Perfetta conservazione. Tiratura limitata a 150 esemplari di cui 100 ad personam. Il presente esemplare per Giuseppe Bertola Giussani. Raro e ricercato, uno degli ultimi lavori litografici del maestro.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        Edwardian Golf

      Italy: circa 1990. Oil on copper. 8 x 15 1/2 inches. 22k gold leaf frame with brown crackle panel. 10 1/2 x 18 inches. Marco Ceri lives in Northern Italy where he paints in oil on copper pictures in a very specific genre all his own. They are paintings of English people engaged at polo, golf or tennis during the Edwardian era. A great deal of research provided a high degree of accuracy to every aspect of these scenes including, of course, the attire and sports equipment, but even the postures and demeanors of the participants. The accuracy of the elements however does not intrude on the overall delight expressed in these tableaux. The artist keeps a low profile, enjoying his virtual anonymity. He considers himself a craftsman, who by limiting his sphere of activity, brings that craft closer and closer to perfection.

      [Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books ]
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        Dali Miro Picasso por Gyenes

      Spain: Eudema, 1990.. 8477540659 Limited Edition. Hardcover. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Very clean, tightly bound larger format book with no inscriptions, in a bright unclipped dustjacket which has a small snag at the head of the spine and is rubbed at the top corners. 230 pages, b/w and colour photographs throughout, text in Spanish and English. Limited edition, no. 968 of 2000, signed and numbered by the author. Heavy book

      [Bookseller: Aucott & Thomas]
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