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        Armes Militaria Magazine Hors-Série. Les Grandes batailles de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale [ Lot de 55 numéros ] Liste des numéros et titres : n°1 : Les Panzer en Normandie ; 3 : La Guerre du Désert I : Tobrouk ; 5 : Opération Barbarossa ; 6 : La Guerre du Désert II (Bir-Hakeim) ; 7 : La Campagne d'Allemagne I (Rhin et Danube) ; 8 : Blitzkrieg à l'Ouest. Belgique et Nord 1940 ; 9 : Bataille pour Moscou 1941-1942, Premier hiver en Russie ; 10 : La Campagne d'Allemagne II (Au Coeur du Reich) ; 15 : La France libérée II (De la Provence aux Vosges) ; 16 : La Guerre du Désert IV (Opération Supercharge) ; 17 : Le Mois terrible I (Dunkerque) ; 18 : La Bataille de Stalingrad I (De Moscou à Stalingrad) ; 19 : Pacifique, la Reconquête I (Les Marines débarquent à Tarawa) ; 20 : La Campagne d'Afrique du Nord I (Opération Torch) ; 24 : Pacifique La Reconquête II (Combats en Nouvelle-Guinée) ; 25 : Guerre en Tunisie I Kasserine ; 26 : Normandie La Percée I (Opération Goodwood) ; 28 : Guerre en Tunisie II (La ligne Mareth) ; 29 : Normandie La Percée II (Opération Cobra) ; 30 : 1942-1943 : Un hiver de flammes II (La bataille de Léningrad) ; 31 : A l'assaut de la ligne Weygand I (De la Somme à la Seine) ; 32 : D'Arnhem à Walcheren, l'automne perdu II (1944 Combats sur l'Escaut) ; 33 : L'Eté 43 I (Débarquement en Sicile) ; 34 : Juin 40 Un printemps désastreux II (Paris Ville Ouverte) ; 35 : Le Lever de Rideau I (La Bataille de Koursk) ; 36 : L'Eté 43 II (Objectif Messine !) ; 37 : Septembre 39 I (La campagne de Pologne) ; 38 : Koursk : l'Offensive allemande ; 39 : Le dernier coup de poker allemand I (La Bataille des Ardennes) ; 40 : Septembre 39 II (Varsovie et la Sarre) ; 41 : Premiers pas en Italie I (Débarquer à Salerne !) ; 42 : Le dernier coup de poker allemand II (Le siège de Bastogne) ; 43 : Premiers pas en Italie II (La première bataille de Cassino) ; 44 : La contre-offensive soviétique I (La bataille de Koursk) ; 45 : Le débarquement à Anzio 1944 (Opération Shingle) ; 46 : La guerre en Normandie. La poche de Falaise ; 47 : La contre-offensive soviétique II (La bataille de Koursk) ; 48 : Campagne d'Italie I (Victoire à Cassino) ; 49 : Guerre dans le Grand Nord I (Norvège 1940) ; 50 : Opération au Proche-Orient. De l'Irak à la Syrie 1941 ; 51 : Guerre en Crimée. Prendre en Sébastopol ! ; 52 : Campagne de Normandie I (Les Blindés alliés) ; 53 : Campagne de Normandie II (Les Blindés allemands) ; 54 : Campagne de Normandie III (Paras sur la Normandie) ; 55 : Campagne de Normandie IV (Les Alliés franchissent la Seine) ; 56 : Campagne d'Italie II (1944 La Prise de Rome) ; 58 : Normandie Juin 44 La Bataille de Caen ; 59 : 1940 Combats sur la ligne Maginot ; 60 : La fin de l'Allemagne I (La bataille d'Aix la Chapelle) ; 63 : De Lattre franchit le Rhin ; 64 : Les derniers combats de 1940 I (De la Seine à la Loire) ; 67 : Eté 43 : Après Koursk ; 68 : Commandos I (De la naissance aux premiers raids) ; 77 : Ukraine 1943-1944 Le front allemand vacille ; 78 : De Falaise à Rouen. Franchir la Seine !

      Armes Militaria Magazine Hors-Série. Les Grandes batailles de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale 1991 55 numéros in-4 br., Histoire et Collections, Paris, 1991-2011, 80 pp. par numéros, très nomb. ill. en noir et en couleurs, Liste des numéros et titres : n°1 : Les Panzer en Normandie ; 3 : La Guerre du Désert I : Tobrouk ; 5 : Opération Barbarossa ; 6 : La Guerre du Désert II (Bir-Hakeim) ; 7 : La Campagne d'Allemagne I (Rhin et Danube) ; 8 : Blitzkrieg à l'Ouest. Belgique et Nord 1940 ; 9 : Bataille pour Moscou 1941-1942, Premier hiver en Russie ; 10 : La Campagne d'Allemagne II (Au Coeur du Reich) ; 15 : La France libérée II (De la Provence aux Vosges) ; 16 : La Guerre du Désert IV (Opération Supercharge) ; 17 : Le Mois terrible I (Dunkerque) ; 18 : La Bataille de Stalingrad I (De Moscou à Stalingrad) ; 19 : Pacifique, la Reconquête I (Les Marines débarquent à Tarawa) ; 20 : La Campagne d'Afrique du Nord I (Opération Torch) ; 24 : Pacifique La Reconquête II (Combats en Nouvelle-Guinée) ; 25 : Guerre en Tunisie I Kasserine ; 26 : Normandie La Percée I (Opération Goodwood) ; 28 : Guerre en Tunisie II (La ligne Mareth) ; 29 : Normandie La Percée II (Opération Cobra) ; 30 : 1942-1943 : Un hiver de flammes II (La bataille de Léningrad) ; 31 : A l'assaut de la ligne Weygand I (De la Somme à la Seine) ; 32 : D'Arnhem à Walcheren, l'automne perdu II (1944 Combats sur l'Escaut) ; 33 : L'Eté 43 I (Débarquement en Sicile) ; 34 : Juin 40 Un printemps désastreux II (Paris Ville Ouverte) ; 35 : Le Lever de Rideau I (La Bataille de Koursk) ; 36 : L'Eté 43 II (Objectif Messine !) ; 37 : Septembre 39 I (La campagne de Pologne) ; 38 : Koursk : l'Offensive allemande ; 39 : Le dernier coup de poker allemand I (La Bataille des Ardennes) ; 40 : Septembre 39 II (Varsovie et la Sarre) ; 41 : Premiers pas en Italie I (Débarquer à Salerne !) ; 42 : Le dernier coup de poker allemand II (Le siège de Bastogne) ; 43 : Premiers pas en Italie II (La première bataille de Cassino) ; 44 : La contre-offensive soviétique I (La bataille de Koursk) ; 45 : Le débarquement à Anzio 1944 (Opération Shingle) ; 46 : La guerre en Normandie. La poche de Falaise ; 47 : La contre-offensive soviétique II (La bataille de Koursk) ; 48 : Campagne d'Italie I (Victoire à Cassino) ; 49 : Guerre dans le Grand Nord I (Norvège 1940) ; 50 : Opération au Proche-Orient. De l'Irak à la Syrie 1941 ; 51 : Guerre en Crimée. Prendre en Sébastopol ! ; 52 : Campagne de Normandie I (Les Blindés alliés) ; 53 : Campagne de Normandie II (Les Blindés allemands) ; 54 : Campagne de Normandie III (Paras sur la Normandie) ; 55 : Campagne de Normandie IV (Les Alliés franchissent la Seine) ; 56 : Campagne d'Italie II (1944 La Prise de Rome) ; 58 : Normandie Juin 44 La Bataille de Caen ; 59 : 1940 Combats sur la ligne Maginot ; 60 : La fin de l'Allemagne I (La bataille d'Aix la Chapelle) ; 63 : De Lattre franchit le Rhin ; 64 : Les derniers combats de 1940 I (De la Seine à la Loire) ; 67 : Eté 43 : Après Koursk ; 68 : Commandos I (De la naissance aux premiers raids) ; 77 : Ukraine 1943-1944 Le front allemand vacille ; 78 : De Falaise à Rouen. Franchir la Seine ! Très bel état pour cet imposant ensemble peu courant de 55 numéros (non continus) de cette belle revue. Prix du lot, non séparable. Français

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        Muhammad Ali. His Life and Times

      NY: Simon & Schuster. (1991). The biography of the boxer, who became an iconic figure of social activism and African-American pride during the 1960s, when his controversial stance against the Vietnam War made him one of the most famous Americans to come out publicly against the war, and helped precipitate the growth of the antiwar movement in the next several years. Written by an award-winning journalist with the cooperation of Ali. Signed by Muhammad Ali ("Muhammad") on a publisher-supplied bookplate the front free endpaper. Fine in a fine dust jacket. . First Edition. Hardcover.

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        Main D'Aile

      La Librericciuola 1991 N.1. Dieci acqueforti originali a colori, numerate e firmate, di Achille Perilli (cm 10x10). Dieci poesie di J. C. Lambert composte a mano in carattere Garamond corpo 14 Poesie stampate dallo Studio Tipografico, Roma. Acqueforti incise su lastre di rame, tirate su torchio a mano da Luciano Trina, Roma. Lastre biffate dopo la tiratura. Carta Graphia della cartiera Sicars, legatura in tela Brillianta di Sergio Bertoni, Roma Perfetto (Mint)

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        Mystery Girls' Circus and College of Conundrum

      M. Kimberly Press Ames Lake: M. Kimberly Press. 1991. First. First edition. Illustrated by Mare Blocker. Decorated cloth as issued. A slight scuff on the front board else fine. One of 125 copies Signed by the author and artist. An artist's book with a lithograph, linoleum and magnesium cuts, as well as various cutouts and foldouts. Scarce. .

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        Line Drawings

      1991-1993. Nine drawings by James Purdy, novelist and outsider artist, most of them signed. Most are on 9" x 12" sketch book paper. ¶ Profile in blue marker, 2 lines. Unsigned.- Profile in blue marker, 2 or 3 lines, with blue dots. Unsigned. ¶ Single portrait in black marker, 7 or 8 lines. Signed, 1991. ¶ Three faces, two in profile, in blue marker, 1 or 2 lines. Signed, 1992. ¶ Double portrait/embrace in black pen, 7 or 8 lines. 8-1/2" x 11" sketch book paper. Signed, 1992. ¶ Double portrait/embrace in black marker, 5 or 6 lines, 9" x 12", heavier stock paper. Signed, 1992. ¶ Double portrait in black pen, 11" x 14", heavier stock paper. 5 or 6 lines. Signed, 1992. ¶ Double portrait/embrace, 18" x 24", 5 lines, in black marker. Signed by Purdy in 1993. ¶ An 8-1/2" x 11" cover sheet, written in Purdy's hand in black pen, for his story "Brawith by James Purdy." On this page, the drawing is the signature, as the "Purdy," 1 line, seems to also serves as a rudimentary self-caricature. "Brawith" was published in The Antioch Review in 1994. ¶ The set is rolled; the sketch pages each have a perforated edge; the largest drawing is sunned on the lower edge; else fine. Purdy was a highly respected novelist and iconic figure in the history of gay literature. Edward Albee famously commented that there was a James Purdy renaissance every ten years, like clockwork. He counted among his close friends Tennessee Williams, Albee (who adapted his early novel "Malcolm" for the stage) and Gore Vidal, who called him "an authentic American genius," and he was praised and admired by such writers as Paul and Jane Bowles, Dorothy Parker, and Dame Edith Sitwell, among many others. His early artistic career was fostered by his relationship with the Chicago artist Gertrude Abercrombie, who was at the center of an artistic circle that included most of the great jazz musicians of Chicago in the 1930s -- Max Roach, Charlie Parker, Dizzie Gillespie, Miles Davis, Sarah Vaughan, and others -- all of them "outsiders" of one sort or another. Purdy would be, for his entire career, an outsider himself and someone who wrote about outsiders. His first book was deemed unpublishable by mainstream publishers in 1956 so he had it privately printed. He chanced to send a copy to Dame Edith Sitwell, who was so impressed by it that she arranged to publish his second book, which had to be printed outside of the U.S. because of censorship laws. Purdy designed the books himself and illustrated them with line drawings like the ones in this group, and over his lifetime he produced an unknown, but large, number of such drawings. This James Purdy collection comes from the daughter of a woman named Elaine Benton: she was the wife of poet and novelist William Benton, and was a neighbor and good friend of Purdy. Their friendship began in 1983 and continued until her death in 1999. They were nearby neighbors in Brooklyn Heights and saw each other almost every day, taking walks in the neighborhood and also working together on Purdy's writings: Benton was the person who would read aloud to him his works-in-progress so that he could hear how his writing sounded and make revisions on the basis of that. When Elaine Benton died, these were left to her daughter. A very good collection of drawings by Purdy, with excellent provenance. .

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        Bridge Book

      Minneapolis, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, 1991. . One of 300 copies numbered and signed by the artist. This book of seven original woodblock prints was designed, printed, and bound under the supervision of Elizabeth Armstrong and Hollis Stauber. The illustrations were printed in wood relief by Gaylord Schanilec. The paper is Frankfurt White; the endsheets and interleaves are French Speckletone Kraft. The book was bound by Campbell Logan Bindery. Bound in original printed boards with a black cloth spine. Book condition: Fine Condition

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        Freedom To Read! (Print)

      . One of 275 copies signed and dated by Sendak for the American Booksellers Association's 1991 Convention and Trade Exhibit. The image measures 17 by 22 inches (43.18 by 55.88 cm) and is framed to 32.75 by 26.75 inches (83.19 by 67.95 cm) in natural maple half inch square face, 1.75 inch depth with an additional liner behind to add strength. Commissioned to further the awareness of censorship in books and to aid the American Booksellers Association?s legal defense fund fighting censorship. Our understanding is that the image for this edition of 275 is larger than the image for the edition of 90. Image available on request. Book condition: Fine Condition

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        Trying Cases to Win. 5 Vols. set

      2013. Stern, Herbert J., Esq. Trying Cases to Win. Originally published: New York: Aspen Publishers, 1991-1999. Reprinted 2013 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. 5 vols. xv, 685; xv, 457; xviii, 450; xviii, 448; xviii, 584 pp. ISBN-13: 9781616193447. ISBN-10:1616193441. Hardcover. * The trial process is the sum of its parts: opening argument, direct and cross examination, and summation. In Trying Cases to Win, nationally known trial lawyer Herbert J. Stern provides an overall blueprint for conduct in the courtroom as he guides the reader through each of these segments. Rather than a collection of anecdotal war stories from various trials, Stern outlines the nuts and bolts of the right-and wrong-approach, processes and strategies for every component needed for trial success. Each volume is also available separately. The complete five-volume set includes: Voir Dire and Opening Argument, Direct Examination, Cross Examination, Summation, Anatomy of a Trial (co-authored with Professor Stephen A. Saltzburg). Herbert J. Stern is a highly regarded trial lawyer and accomplished teacher of trial techniques. A partner and founding member in the New Jersey law firm of Stern & Kilcullen, Stern is a former Federal Judge, having served as United States district judge for the District of New Jersey from 1974 to 1987. He established his reputation as an advocate while serving as a trial attorney with the Organized Crime and Racketeering Section of the United States Department of Justice from 1965 to 1969 and as United States attorney for the District of New Jersey from 1970 to 1974 when he won a national reputation for unprecedented convictions of numerous public officials. He was founder and Co-Director of the Advocacy Institute at the University of Virginia School of Law from 1980 to the present. He was Special Counsel for Hon. Lawrence Walsh, Independent Counsel, Iran-Contra Prosecution, 1988. Judge Stern was the subject of the book, Tiger in the Court (Chicago: Playboy Press, 1973). He is the author of Judgment in Berlin (New York: Universe Books, 1984) which was made into a major motion picture with Sean Penn, and Martin Sheen playing Judge Stern; and, most recently, Diary of a DA: The True Story of the Prosecutor Who Took On the Mob, Fought Corruption, and Won (New York: Skyhorse

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        Group of four letters to historian and biographer, John Lukacs: TLS, 2 ALsS, ANS

      Original manuscripts. Very Good. (1) TLS, 1-1/2pp, single-spaced, quarto, from 1170 Fifth Avenue, New York, November 7, 1991. In part: "....Your DUEL is a stunning piece of scholarship....You have done a masterpiece of historical writing. Only someone who has toiled to compose a book can perceive the art with which this extraordinary narrative is shaped....The scope, too, is remarkable....One could extract your judgments, characterizations, estimates, and conclusions and make a small book of aphorisms....Present-day Americans do not understand any politics but their own....On the point of Roosevelt's long uncertainty, I happen to have some information you could not know, because it has not yet been published. In 1941 FDR used Rene de Chambrun as propagandist....Yours with admiration and affection, Jacques." (2) ALS, 1p, octavo, in blue ink, from his Fifth Avenue address, Nov 12 /94. "....This autumn has been a series of ailments....It was good to know that you've finished your extraordinary book. Your rate of production is really splendid, and the quality of the product certainly deserves the recognition that was expressed in the Pennsylvania History Magazine. Doesn't this latest work of yours qualify for the you-know-what prize?...Affectionate regards, Jacques." (3) ALS, 1p, 12mo, in blue ink, Nov 12/95. "The letters are very good indeed. Coming from academics in a hoity-toity university, they are a tribute to your art & scholarship....I hope you can use the approving words to get a publisher....Mississippi is not at all a bad Press....My health & energy are returning slowly....All the best, Jacques." (4) ANS, 1/2p, handwritten note on an engraved announcement, from San Antonio, Mar. 9, 2007. "...Thank you for your fine book about G.K. [George Kennan]. It does him full justice. He was a good & great man. Trust you are well. Ever, Jacques." [This note is especially poignant in that it is handwritten on an announcement titled "Jacques Barzun to his Friends," telling them that a "lack of finger control" prevents him from answering their letters.] Barzun, recently deceased, was a French-born American historian of culture and ideas, winner of America's Presidential Medal of Freedom, and knight of the French Legion of Honor. Along with his friends and correspondent John Lukacs, Barzun helped establish the modern discipline of cultural history.

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        I SAVOIA.

      Editore: Editalia Roma 1991 Ril. in pelle pregiata con cust., cop. a sbalzo. borchie di metallo sul retro dorso con nervature e impressioni in oro zecchino., cm 42 x 34, pp 280, 200 inc. e dis. e 2 antiche carte, albero genealogico della casata.

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        Freedom To Read! (Print)

      , 1991. . One of 275 copies signed and dated by Sendak for the American Booksellers Association's 1991 Convention and Trade Exhibit. The image measures 17 by 22 inches (43.18 by 55.88 cm) and is framed to 32.75 by 26.75 inches (83.19 by 67.95 cm) in natural maple half inch square face, 1.75 inch depth with an additional liner behind to add strength. Commissioned to further the awareness of censorship in books and to aid the American Booksellers Association?s legal defense fund fighting censorship. Our understanding is that the image for this edition of 275 is larger than the image for the edition of 90. Image available on request. Book condition: Fine Condition

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        The Lord of the Rings, Signed Numbered Deluxe Ltd. Edition

      Australia: Collins, 1991. Limited/Numbered. Half-Leather. Alan Lee. Signed by Illustrator. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. "This specially bound and slipcased edition of the Lord of the Rings has been published to celebrate the centenary of J.R.R. Tolkien's birth on January 3, 1892. This edition has been limited to 200 copies for Harper Collins Publishers, Australia each one numbered and signed by the artist." "This copy number 55/200, Alan Lee" A beautiful book bound in blue leather and cloth with the JRRT monogram on the front boards of the book and the original publishers slipcase. The single volume has silver gilded edges, red ribbon marker bound in, and signed limitation page. Fifty original illustrations by Alan Lee thru the book. You can follow how the movies were first visualized by Lee, and carried thru by Peter Jackson, with Lee's assistance throughout the movie's production. A scarce book, again one of only 200 produced. The cloth of the book shows some soiling and wear to the edges, while the leather is unmarked, clean and bright. The Tolkien monogram is missing from the front board of the book, due to someone's attempt at cleaning the cloth, I would venture. The slipcase shows some wear and soiling, with a few frayed edges on the base and top of the case. The text block and all illustrations are clean and bright, no signatures or writing whatsoever. 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. Very Good / No Jacket, as Issued.

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        THE BOTTOM OF THE HARBOR

      Limited Editions Club New York: Limited Editions Club, 1991. Hardcover. Fine in a Fine slipcase. Berenice Abbott. Large quarto (8-3/4" x 11-1/2") bound in black oasis goatskin leather with black Irish linen boards. Stories about the New York City waterfront. Illustrated with five photogravures by Berenice Abbott printed on handmade paper. SIGNED by the author on the colophon page. Issued in only 250 numbered copies, one of the smallest limitations of the club. Monthly Letter laid in.

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        Bridge Book

      . One of 300 copies numbered and signed by the artist. This book of seven original woodblock prints was designed, printed, and bound under the supervision of Elizabeth Armstrong and Hollis Stauber. The illustrations were printed in wood relief by Gaylord Schanilec. The paper is Frankfurt White; the endsheets and interleaves are French Speckletone Kraft. The book was bound by Campbell Logan Bindery. Bound in original printed boards with a black cloth spine. Book condition: Fine Condition

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        THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE

      The Armchair Detective Library NY: The Armchair Detective Library, 1991 First limited edition of 100 numbered and 26 lettered copies signed by Condon on the limitation page. Copy H. Introduction for this edition by Condon. Pictoral label on front board. Issued without dustjacket. Slipcase. Unread copy in Fine condition in a Fine slipcase.Signed by Author. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Limited Edition. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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        Survival Series.

      20x15,5 cm. 12 bedruckte ungespitzte Bleistifte mit Radiergummienden. in Pappschachtel. Originalausgabe. - Schönes Objekt mit den berühmten Sätzen aus der Survival Series, gedruckt in Purpur auf die Naturholzbleistifte . Entstand zur Ausstellung "The Buffalo Installation".

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        The altos.

      44x37 cm. 24 n.n. Bl.und 1 Bl. Bedruckte Transparentfolie. Mit 11 Originalradierungen jede von Hand aquarelliert. Weisser Originalziegenlederband mit blindgeprägtem Titel auf dem Vorderdeckel. In Kartonschuber. Nummer 14/80 Exemplaren. Von Richard Tuttle auf dem letzten Blatt in Bleistift signiert und numeriert, jedoch ohne die Signatur der Autorin. Neben den 80 Exemplaren wurden 40 weitere Exemplare ausserhalb des Handels gedruckt.- Wunderschöne Folge von 11 Radierungen zu assoziativen Gedichten von Barbara Guest (1920 - 2001). - Mit Ausnahme eines Exemplares in der Bayerischen Landesbibliothek München kein Exemplar in einer europäischen Bibliothek nachweisbar. - Der empfindliche Lederband mit leicht Kratz- und Druckspuren, sonst neu.

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        Madeleine Vionnet

      Rizzoli International Publications Inc. New York: Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., 1991. First edition. Hardcover. 305 pages. Monograph on this important French fashion designer. Text by Jacqueline Demornex translated by Augusta Audubert. Preface by Madeleine Chapsal. Photographs by Patrcia Canino. Contributiones by Jacques Griffe and Azzedine Alaia. Includes 350 illustrations 100 of which are in color. A very good copy with some slanting to the binding in a very good plus dust jacket that has some rubbing and some fading at the edges of the front panel. Seemingly fairly uncommon.

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        Something to Remember Me By

      Albondocani Press New York: Albondocani Press. (1991). First. First edition. Quarter cloth and marbled papercovered boards. Prospectus laid in. Fine in fine unprinted acetate dustwrapper. Copy number 2 of 350 numbered copies Signed by Bellow. Ray Roberts's copy. Roberts was an influential editor with Viking, Henry Holt, and then Little, Brown, and he worked closely with John Fowles, Martha Grimes, Thomas Pynchon, and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. .

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        The White Castle. Translated by Victoria Holbrook

      New York: George Braziller, 1991. First U.S. edition / First printing. Uncorrected proof. White printed wrappers. Very fine. A beautiful copy and rare signed. Note: This is the uncorrected proof and should not be confused with the hardcover edition. Very few proofs were produced which makes this a highly desirable collector's item. Signed by the Nobel laureate author.

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        New York Dead

      (New York): HarperCollins Publishers (1991). First edition. Laid in advertisement for book by Publishers Weekly. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Signed and dated by the author. Although not marked in any way, this copy is from the distinguished modern first edition collection of Bruce Kahn.

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        The Hundred Years War. [Comprising Trial by Battle (with) Trial by Fire (with) Divided Houses]. COMPLETE SET OF FIRST EDITIONS IN DUST-WRAPPERS

      Faber, [1991-2009]. 3 vols., 8vo., First Edition [first volume second impression], with numerous maps and plans (many full-page) in the text, small label scar on front free endpaper of first volume; orginal cloth, gilt backs, a very good, bright, clean set in the d/w. Sumption's masterly trilogy comprises Vol. I: Trial by Battle (1990; second impression 1991); Vol. II: Trial by Fire (first impression 1999); Vol. III: Divided Houses (first impression 2009). COMPLETE SETS OF FIRST EDITIONS ARE EXCEPTIONALLY SCARCE.

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        Strange Birds - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Vancouver: Charles Van Sandwyk, the artist. Fine+; Signed by Author. 1991. First Edition; First Printing. Booklet. A stunning First Edition/First Printing with French flaps in Very Fine condition. 20 hand-sewn pages, published by the author himself, with black and white printed illustrations. Signed by Charles van Sandwyk on the copyright page. One of 1,000 total printed copies. Scarce; "A book of nonsense. " The first book written and published by Charles van Sandwyk. His story about many exotic birds, from the Three-Wattled Bellbird to the Hornbill and the Toucan; starting out with "Let me tell you about all the birds that I know. " .

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        Hockney's Alphabet. Drawings by David Hockney & Written contributions edited by Stephen Spender

      Faber and Faber for the Aids Crisis Trust London: Faber and Faber for the Aids Crisis Trust. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED LIMITED DELUXE ISSUE, number 133 of only 300 copies signed by Hockney, Spender, and 22 contributors including many of the most celebrated authors of the late twentieth century. Musings inspired by letters of the alphabet from 27 well-known writers including: Douglas Adams, Martin Amis, Julian Barnes, William Boyd, Anthony Burgess, Margaret Drabble, T.S. Eliot, Patrick Leigh Fermor, William Golding, Seamus Heaney, Ted Hughes, Kazuo Ishiguro, Erica Jong, Doris Lessing, Norman Mailer, Ian McEwan, Arthur Miller, Iris Murdoch, Nigel Nicolson, John Julius Norwich, Joyce Carol Oates, V.S. Pritchett, Craig Raine, Susan Sontag, Paul Theroux, John Updike, and Gore Vidal. Each letter is accompanied by a full-page color illustration by David Hockney. Published in 1991 to raise money for people living with AIDS.Signed on the limitation page by all contributors except Anthony Burgess, Ted Hughes, Paul Theroux, Gore Vidal, and T.S. Eliot.London: Faber and Faber for the Aids Crisis Trust, 1991. Folio, original half vellum over original handmade Fabriano Roma boards; original decorated slipcase. A beautiful production in fine condition.

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        Werke - Works - Neue Ausgabe Sämtlicher Werke (20 vols complete).

      Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1991.. The complete works of Mozart - operas, chamber music, symphonies, concertos and keyboard works - in 20 volumes. As well as the completed works, several fragments and variants are included. The volumes are mostly each 1000pp+. This represents a remarkable creative and publishing achievement. Now out of print, but certainly the most convenient reference to Mozart's creative output. The volumes are based on the authoritative Neue Ausgabe, but with corrections, reduced in format and with per-volume page numberings.The volumes are clear and legible, and a wonderful resource. 20 volumes approx 22x16 cm, with card covers. Condition very good.

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        Something To Remember Me By - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      New York: Albondocani Press. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1991. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 0670842168 . A handsome First Edition/First Printing, limited to 350 numbered and 26 lettered copies, this one being #43 in Fine condition in Fine acetate dustjacket, SIGNED by author and Nobel Prize winner Saul Bellow directly on the limitation page. Publisher's prospectus laid in; A major long story. First published in Esquire and later the title story in the Viking Press publication; Signed by Author .

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        Original b&w photo by Lütfi Özkök.

      Gothenburg, 1991. Original b&w photo. 24x17 cm. Contemporary print. Fine. With Özkök's signature, stamp, and address label on verso. In 1991 Özkök was commissioned to photograph Auster at the Göteborg Book fair. Offered here is the wide-spread photo where Auster holds a pen as a cigarette

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        A TERRIBLE LIAR. A MEMOIR. Ex-Libris Harold Pinter

      New York: William Morrow and Company, (1991)., 1991 [Harold Pinter] Cronyn, Hume. A TERRIBLE LIAR. A MEMOIR. Ex-Libris Harold Pinter. New York: William Morrow and Company, (1991). Presentation Copy of some note. First Edition, second impression inscribed to playwright Harold Pinter and his wife, the novelist, Lady Antonia Fraser, on the ffe. "For Antonia and Harold, not required reading - just a gesture of admiration and respect - Hume". Royal 8vo. 431 pp. A near fine copy. Original deep royal blue boards with deep royal blue backstrip and gilt lettering on the spine. A minor bump at the crown of the spine, with a paperclip indentation on the half-title page in a near fine dustwrapper. 53 black and white photographs spanning Cronyn's career with actress-wife, Jessica Tandy. Ex-Libris Harold Pinter. A tremendous copy.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition.

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        The Collected Short Fiction of Robert Sheckley ---volume 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 --- FIVE Books ( Untouched By Human Hands; Citizen in Space; etc)

      Eugene, OR.: Pulphouse, 1991 for all, 1st Edition, 1st Printing for All ----------5 volumes, trade paperbacks, all are Near Fine unread copies, light rubbing, these contain: Book One: The Monsters; Cost of Living; The Altar; The Luckiest Man in the World; Mountain without a Name; The Accountant; Hunting Problem; Thief in Time; Beside Still Waters; Ritual; 7th Victim; Specialist; Shape; Untouched by Human Hands; King's Wishes; Warm; The Demons; Hands Off; Something for Nothing; Ticket to Tranai; The Battle; Skulking Permit; Citizen in Space; Ask a Foolish Question ---BOOK Two: Pilgrimage to Earth; All the Things You Are; The Leech; Deadhead; Gray Flannel Armor; Lifeboat Mutiny; Milk Run; The Academy; Trap; The Body; Early Model; Disposal Service; Human Man's Burden; Fear in the Night; Bad Medicine; Protection; Earth Air Fire and Water; Language of Love; Dawn Invader; Holdout; Double Indemnity; Paradise II; Feeding Time; Native Problem; Morning After; Wind is Rising ---BOOK Three: Special Exhibit; Sweeper of Loray; Forever; Alone at Last; Slow Season; Subsistence Level; Fool's Mate; Potential; People Trap; Victim from Space; Shall we have a little talk?; Restricted Area; Odour of Thought; Meeting of the Minds; The Girls and Nugent Miller; Prospector's Special; Ghost V; Diplomatic Immunity; Dreamworld; Fishing Season; The Last weapon; The Laxian Key; Proof of the Pudding; Redfern's Labyrinth; The Necessary Thing ---BOOK Four: Down the Digestive Tract and Into the Cosmos with Mantra, Tantra and Specklebang; Notes on the Perception of Imaginary Differences; Tripout; Prize of Peril; The Humours; Triplication; The Minimum Man; The Mnemone; Starting from Scratch; The Same to You Doubled; Cruel Equations; Doctor Zombie and his little Furry Friends; Petrified World; Game - First Schematic; Cordle to Onion to Carrot; Can You Feel Anything When I Do This?; Deaths of Ben Baxter; The Gun without a Bang; The Store of the Worlds; If the Red Slayer ---BOOK Five: Last days of ( Parallel ? ) Earth; The Future Lost; The Swamp; The Life of Anybody; Goodbye Forever to Mr pain; The Shaggy Average American Man Story; Shootout in hte Toy Shop; Universal Karmic Clearing House; Sarkanger; At the Conference of the Birds; Love Song from the Stars; Divine Intervention; Destruction of Atlantis; Eye of Reality; There Will Be No War After This One; Wormworld; Robotvendor Rex; Message from Hell; Dial-a-Death; Robot Who Looked Like Me; Helping Hand; Miss Mouse and the Fourth Dimension; Five Minutes Early; Meanwhile, back at the Bromide; Silversmith Wishes; Slaves of Time; Voices; Supplicant in Space; Zirn Left Unguarded, The Jenghik Palace in Flames, John Westerly Dead; Sneak Previews; Welcome to the Standard Nightmare; End City; Never Ending Western Movie; What is Life?; I see a man sitting on a chair and the chair is biting his leg (with Harlan Ellison); Is that What People Do?, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. Illus. by Uncredited Cover Art.

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        Just Before Dark: Collected Nonfiction

      Clark City Press Livingston, Montana: Clark City Press. (1991). First. First edition. With two vignettes by Russell Chatham. Half cloth and marbled papercovered boards. A tiny bump to one corner, still easily fine in fine slipcase. Copy number 11 of 26 copies Signed by the author, and with ribbon-tied envelope with two original prints of the vignettes by Chatham, initialed and each also numbered as 11 of 26. .

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        In the Spirit of Crazy Horse

      NY: Viking. (1991). First thus. Inscribed by Matthiessen to his father prior to publication: "For Dad - The first copy of the new edition (out next month) - don't read it, whatever you do! Much love/ Peter/ Sanibel/ April, 1991." This "new edition" is the first printing of the 1991 reissue of Matthiessen's suppressed 1983 book about the confrontation between American Indian activists and the FBI in the early Seventies at Pine Ridge Reservation near Wounded Knee that left two federal agents and one Indian dead, and resulted in AIM activist Leonard Peltier imprisoned for life, convicted of the agents' murder in a case that as Matthiessen describes it was rife with government malfeasance. Matthiessen, his publisher, and even some bookstores who had stocked the book in 1983 were the targets of lawsuits brought by two government officials who claimed they were slandered by the hard-hitting book, which advocated the Indians' case. Until a landmark Supreme Court decision upholding Matthiessen's (and Viking's) First Amendment rights eight years later, the book was shelved, with remaining copies of it being pulped. This issue contains a 24-page epilogue that does not appear in the original edition, documenting the new evidence that AIM activist Leonard Peltier was railroaded in his conviction for the deaths of the two FBI agents, and an afterword by legendary First Amendment lawyer Martin Garbus, who defended Viking and Matthiessen in the lawsuits. Corners bumped, particularly the upper front corner; minor foxing to top edge; a very good copy in a near fine dust jacket with small corner chips. An excellent association copy, with a fine, humorous-but-telling inscription, penned at the time the author's landmark work was finally allowed to reach an audience, and as Matthiessen says, "the first copy." . First Edition. Hardcover.

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        An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

      Easton Press, 1991.. First easton press edition. Octavo. Original full leather, with raised bands and titles to the spine and front panel in gilt. Signed by Nobel Prize winning economist Paul A. Samuelson on the title page. Samuelson contributed the introduction to this volume. In fine condition.

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        The Oxford English Dictionary. 2. Aufl. 20 Bde. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1991. 4°. OLwd.-Bde. im OU.

      

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        THE BOTTOM OF THE HARBOR

      New York: Limited Editions Club, 1991. Hardcover. Fine in a Fine slipcase. Berenice Abbott. Large quarto (8-3/4" x 11-1/2") bound in black oasis goatskin leather with black Irish linen boards. Stories about the New York City waterfront. Illustrated with five photogravures by Berenice Abbott printed on handmade paper. SIGNED by the author on the colophon page. Issued in only 250 numbered copies, one of the smallest limitations of the club. Monthly Letter laid in.

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        The Bottom of the Harbor

      New York: Limited Editions Club, 1991. Hard Cover. Number 115 of 250 copies. Signed by the author. This publication from the Limited Editions Club offers the ideal marriage of MitchellÕs writing and AbbottÕs photography, as the best known of their respective achievements focus on New York City. Joseph Mitchell (1908-1996) spent most of his writing career at the New Yorker magazine, where he wrote masterful tales about the unsung and unconventional life of New York and its people. Berenice Abbott (1898-1991) became famous for her black and white photographs of the city, particularly of its architecture. This volume features six of MitchellÕs most celebrated pieces, accompanied by five hors-texte gravures by Abbott. MitchellÕs stories first appeared in The New Yorker and were originally gathered in book form in 1960. Bound in quarter black Nigerian oasis over Irish linen and housed in a cloth-covered slipcase. In fine condition. 249 pages. PRI/033111. Fine.

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        The Cider House Rules

      (n.p.): Garp Enterprises/Radio-Telegraphic Company. 1991. Screenplay by Irving, based on his sixth novel, and winner of the Academy Award for best adapted screenplay. This is the earliest copy of the script we have seen; the film was released in 1999. This Dated "June 14, 1991, Revised." Hand-numbered "42." Signed by Irving. 130 pages, stringbound, with one remaining brad. Foxing to pages; near fine. There are substantial textual differences between this early version and the final version. A glimpse of an award-winning script as a work in progress. . First Edition.

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        The Year of the Death of Ricardo Reis

      Orlando: Harcourt & Brace, 1991.. Uncorrected proog of the Nobel-Prize winning author's second book to be translated into English. Octavo, original blue wrappers. Signed and dated by Saramago. In fine condition.

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        Wrenching Times. Poems from Drum-Taps

      Newtown, Montgomeryshire: Gwasg Gregynog, 1991 From an edition limited to just 450 copies of which this is one of 30 specially bound by David Esslemont. Bound in stained calf and goatskin boards with leather onlays and inlays, gold and coloured tooling, suede doublures, leather joints and Japanese paper fly leaves, top edge toned and burnished, and titled on the spine, just the faintest discolouring to edge. In a cloth covered drop-back box, 70 pp, 8 full page coloured wood engravings by Schanilec. Giving you a wonderful image of the vast American landscape with the pale blue skies and abstract mountains. 71 pp + colophon. Superb Special binding.

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        Passage: A Work Record

      Alfred A. Knopf / Callaway, 1991 Hardcover SIGNED. First edition. Very Good plus with very light bumps to two tips and general light wear. On one page there are some tiny spots of something that has stuck to opposite page and lifted up a tiny amount of the edge of one image. Dust jacket is Very Good plus with only light wear and soil with a couple small indentations to the rear. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, BOXED. 300 pages; 397 b&w and 71 color photographic plates; 11 x 13 inches. Cloth bound hardback in dj, protected by a mylar cover. SIGNED BY PENN and inscribed. A stunning production; the printing is exquisite. The project was produced by Nicholas Callaway; technical direction by Richard Benson, the brilliant innovator of photographic reproduction. The printing was accomplished using a new process that required eleven separate impressions per page. The work is presented chronologically--1938 through 1990--and chosen by Penn with short comments by him. This is the first publication of his drawings.

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        PASSAGE: A WORK RECORD

      New York City, NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1991. First Edition. First Printing.. Hardcover. Fine/Fine Dust Jacket.. New York City, NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1991. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. First Edition/First Printing. 300 pages. The photographer&#39;s third retrospective collection. Now considered a photography classic. The First Edition. Precedes and should not be confused with the Softcover Edition. The Edition is now very scarce. An austerely elegant production by Irving Penn and Nicholas Callaway: Oversize-volume format. Linen cloth boards with titles embossed on cover and spine, as issued. Photographs by Irving Penn. Essay by Alexander Liberman. Printed on thick coated stock paper in the United States to the very highest standards. In pictorial DJ with black titles on the cover and spine, as issued. Presents some of the most iconic, moving, and beautiful photographs ever taken in the 20th century by one of its greatest photographers. The book is aptly titled as the passage of time, place, unique cultures, and beautiful men and women have been Irving Penn&#39;s (and photography&#39;s) greatest subject. The portrait of two shabbily dressed American-Indian children shyly posing for the camera, their hands resting on an ornate European colonial-period table, is classic Irving Penn, a testament to his greatness and humane-ness as a photographer. It is everything the 20th century is about in one simple yet stunning image: Colonialism and culture, The Old and The New, Rich and Poor, North and South, East and West. Irving Penn died on October 7, 2009 at the age of 92, his place in photographic history permanent and secure. A heartbreakingly beautiful book, this is an absolute "must-have" title for Irving Penn collectors. <b><i> This copy is very prominently and beautifully signed and dated (in the year of publication) in black pen on the half-title page by the photographer: "Irving Penn 1991". Penn encircled his signature for emphasis. This title is now very highly collectible. As far as we know, this is the only such signed and dated copy of the First Edition available online and is in especially fine condition: Clean, crisp, and bright, a pristine beauty. Almost all other copies available online have major flaws. A rare signed copy thus. </b></i> 470 plates. Irving Penn&#39;s "Moments Preserved" was selected as one of the greatest photography books in "The Photobook". One of the greatest photographers of the 20th century. A fine collectible copy. (SEE ALSO OTHER IRVING PENN TITLES IN OUR CATALOG). ISBN 0679404910.

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        KONSTEN ATT VARA DÄR.

      Text av Anders Jonason. Stockholm: Norstedts, 1991. 175, (5) s. 38,5x30,5 cm. Inbunden i förlagets klotband med monterat svartvitt fotografi och skyddsomslag. Skyddsomslaget med obetydliga bruksspår. Fotoillustrerad i svartvitt. 9118934226

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        A DECADE OF GUESS? 1981-1991 (Superb Copy In Rare Original Slipcase) (with TWO ORIGINAL PHOTOS OF CLAUDIA SCHIFFER FROM THE STUDIO OF ELLEN VON UNWERTH)

      Italy: Guess?, 1991. Marciano, Georges. A DECADE OF GUESS? IMAGES 1981-1991. Italy: Guess? 1991. Large folio. A FINE copy in a FINE Dustjacket, complete with the rarely seen original illustrated hardcover SLIPCASE (which is also in FINE condition). Purchased at a charity auction, this copy was donated by the Guess? jeans company itself which may explain its fresh near mint unread condition. A stunning book featuring the pop-culturally significant photos used in the Guess Jeans ad campaigns whose images were shot by the likes of Herb Ritts, Ellen von Unwerth, and a half-dozen other top fashion photographers during the 1980s. INCLUDED WITH THE COPY ARE TWO ORIGINAL 8" BY 6" PHOTOGRAPHS OF SUPERMODEL CLAUDIA SCHIFFER DIRECTLY FROM THE STUDIO OF ELLEN VON UNWERTH (BOTH IMAGES FEATURED IN THIS VOLUME) with the photographer&#39;s studio stamp on the versos and are hand-signed "Claudia,1989" and "Claudia, 1991" . Signed by Illustrator. First Edition. Fine/Fine. Illus. by Herb Ritts, Ellen Von Unworth, Many Others.

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        Screwjack

      Neville, 1991. First Edition (first printing). One of an Edition limited to 300 copies of this collection of three stories -- MESCALITO, DEATH OF A POET and SCREWJACK -- by the author of FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS. Fine cloth-covered hardcover without dust jacket as issued. Signed by Thompson (in full) on the colophon/limitation page. . Signed by Author. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket.

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        Barton Fink (Original Press Kit)

      Twentieth Century Fox Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Original Press Kit for the 1991 film, "Barton Fink," directed, produced, and written for the screen by Joel and Ethan Coen, and starring John Turturro, John Goodman, Judy Davis, Tony Shalhoub, and Steve Buscemi. 8 still photographs from the film, all black-and-white silver gelatin prints, with descriptive information at the bottom of each. The photographs are housed in a sack paper envelope, rubber-stamped "BARTON FINK / MINI SET 10 STILLS." Laid in beside the photographs are three announcements for the film's release, including film credits, production information, and press releases. Photos and documentation housed in a 2-color pocketed Twentieth Century-Fox folder as issued. Photographs are in Fine condition; folder is about Near Fine, with some brief stressing at a couple of edges. An impressive piece from one of the more ambitious films in the Coen Brothers' oeuvre, a key film about Hollywood that is a meditation on the long-standing frustration serious writers have had when confronted with the task of screenwriting. Based largely on the experiences of playwright and erstwhile screenwriter Clifford Odets.

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