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        The Selected Letters (1975-76)

      Pennsylvania: Underwood-Miller,, 1992. Volume Four. Octavo (231 × 131 mm). Original tan quarter calf, marbled sides, spine lettered in gilt, dark orange endpapers. With the purple slipcase. Portrait frontispiece. A superb copy. Signed limited edition; this is copy N of 26 specially bound and lettered copies. With Dick's signature pasted to the limitation page, as issued. Volume 4 only.

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        Chinesische Küche. Die Heyne-Länderküchen ; 6 [Heyne-Bücher / 7] Heyne-Bücher : 7, Heyne-Koch- und Getränkebücher ; Nr. 4506 : Heyne-Kochbuch

      München : Heyne, 1992.. Orig.-Ausg. 188 S. : Ill., graph. Darst. ; 18 cm kart. Exemplar in gutem Zustand k9348 ISBN 3453027116.

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        LSD. Castalia Foundation for Psychadelic Research Presents Timothy Leary PHD and Richard Alpert PHD

      New York, The Cooper Union,, 1992. 82 x 66 cm. Four colour woodcut on black archival Murrillo paper. Framed Presented in a black wooden frame. Edition of 18 numbered and signed by Ross, with 5 signed proofs. This is No. 16/18. Designed and printed by Robert Ross, this image was originally executed at the Cooper Union, 1964, on commission from Dr. Leary and Dr. Alpert for their initial presentation at New York Town Hall in an edition of some 20 copies, nearly all of which went to Leary and Alpert. A second edition was printed in 1992 from the original woodblocks on identical black archival Murrillo paper and using practically identical printer's inks.

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        All The Pretty Horses

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1992. Paperback. Fine. Advance Reader's edition of this award-winning bestseller, the first in the Border Trilogy series. Bound in publisher's original illustrated wraps and housed in a matching slipcase. Signed by the author on the ffep.

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        Lullaby Town

      U.S.A.: Bantam 1992 - Hollywood's newest wunderkind is Peter Alan Nelson, the brilliant, erratic director known as the King of Adventure. His films make billions, but his manners make enemies. What the boy king wants, he gets, and what Nelson wants is for Elvis to comb the country for the airhead wife and infant child the film-school flunkout dumped en route to becoming the third biggest filmmaker in America. It's the kind of case Cole can handle in his sleep -- until it turns out to be a nightmare. For when Cole finds Nelson's wife in a small Conneticut town, she's nothing like what he expects. The lady has some unwanted -- and very nasty -- mob connections, which means Elvis could be opening the East Coast branch of his P.I. office . . .at the bottom of the Hudson River. Book and dust Jacket are in flawless condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Titres et sous titres

      Cernusco sul Naviglio: Severgnini, 1992. Edizione di 100 + X es. numerati e firmati. broch, camicia, custodia (broch, cloth chemise and slip-case). Ottimo (Fine). 8vo. Con 12 pochoirs realizzati da 12 tempere originali di Ionesco, eseguite appositamente per quest'opera (cm 25x17). I testi a fronte sono manoscritti inediti dello stesso Autore Quartini sciolti di carta pesante. Edizione originale di 100 + X es. numerati e firmati dall'Artista

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        LeRoy Neiman?s artistic view of the World of Golf - first edition signed by him

      n.p., n.d. "Book Signed ?LeRoy Neiman? on the half-title page. ?Big-Time Golf,? 175 pages, 10? x 12?. First Edition. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Publishers, 1992. Fine condition.Superbly written and copiously illustrated by LeRoy Neiman with sketches, drawings, watercolors, and oil paintings of the outstanding golfers and the golf courses they play; 193 illustrations including 170 plates in full color.Pre-certified by Spence"

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        Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths, Volume 29 The Role of Rare Earths in Catalysis

      North Holland. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 436 pages. Dimensions: 9.2in. x 6.5in. x 1.3in.Among the numerous applications of the rare-earth elements, the field of catalysis accounts for a large number. Catalysis represents approximately 20 of the total market sales of rare earths worldwide. As a matter of fact two main applications have been prominent in the last decades: zeolite stabilization for fluid cracking catalysts, and automotive post-combustion catalytic treatment. The oldest use of rare earths in catalysis deals with the structural and chemical stabilization of the zeolites for petroleum cracking applications. For a long time this has been an area of application for non-separated rare earths. The addition of several percent of rare earths in the pores of the zeolite results in a strong surface acidity, which is essential for an efficient conversion of high-weight molecules into lighter species, like low-octane fuel, even in the very aggressive conditions of the petroleum industry. The popular demand for high-quality air in spite of the traffic congestion in large cities resulted in larger and larger constraints in the emission exhaust from cars. Thus highly efficient catalysts have had to be designed, and due to the combination of its redox properties and very good thermal stability, cerium oxide has been since the beginning, early in the 1980s, a major component of the three-way catalysts (TWC) now used in all modern gasoline cars. The future of rare earths in catalysis is probably bright. The fact that approximately 400 patents are applied for yearly in the area since 1992 is an illustration of a very active area. Usage of rare earths in catalysis is expected to grow due to their highly specific properties. Instead of the physical properties used in electronic applications, one deals now with redox properties, water and thermal stability, coordination numbers and so forth. The rare earths are so specific in these properties that their use can hardly be avoided, not only for the beauty of academic studies but also for the development of industrial applications with immediate influence on everyday life. Careful control of the synthesis conditions and the definition of optimum composition in each case are the keys to the preparation of highly performing compounds for catalytic applications. They must actually be considered as high performance products with functional properties, and not just chemical species. Chapters devoted primarily to catalysis have been published in earlier volumes of the Handbook. In this volume several more are added. The first is an extension of the earlier chapter 43, on interactions at surfaces of metals and alloys, to reactions such as hydrogenation, methanation, ammonia synthesis, saturated hydrocarbon reactions, dehydrogenation of hydrogenated materials, hydrodesulfurization, and carbon monoxide oxidation. The second chapter reports on the wide variety of catalyzed reactions involving metals and alloys in the innovated form of metal overlayers or bimetallic compounds with some transition metals produced from ammonia solutions. This is followed by a chapter on catalysis with mixed oxides usually having perovskite or perovskite-related structures. Then follows a comprehensive discussion on the background and current role of cerium oxide and associated materials for post-treatment of exhaust gases for pollution control. These three-way catalysts (TWC) are designed to render harmless the CO, NOx, and unburned hydrocarbons from internal combustion engines. The next chapter considers the wide field of zeolite catalysts containing rare earths from their historic use in petroleum refining in the 1960s to other petrochemical and fine chemical applications today. The final chapter documents the use of the triflates (the trifluoro-methane-sulfonyl group which is a hard Lewis acid in both aqueous and o This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN, Momence,IL, Commerce,GA.

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        British Larks, Pipits and Wagtails.

      London: HarperCollins 1992 - First edition, 8vo, 320 pp. 4 colour plates plus illustrations in the text. Cloth, d.w., not price clipped, a fine copy. New Naturalist series no. 78.

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        Fiesta : Roman. Ernest Hemingway. [Einzig autoris. Übertr. aus dem Amerikan. von Annemarie Horschitz-Horst], Rororo ; Nr. 5

      Reinbek bei Hamburg : Rowohlt, 1992.. 649. - 658. Tsd. 200 S. ; 19 cm Kl.-8°, kart. Gut erhaltenes Exemplar The sun also rises, Seiten alters- und papierbedingt leicht gebräunt K15698 ISBN 3499100053.

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        Booked to Die

      1992. Hardcover. Fine. First Printing of the First Edition. Signed twice by John Dunning, once on the half-title page, and again on verso of half-title (dated in the year of publication), along with a note by Dunning: "'When you buy something unique, and pay twice what it's worth, it's a great bargain' John Dunning, 5.16.92." Book and dust jacket in fine condition.

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        CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS

      Roslyn, NY: The John Carter Brown Library, 1992. quarter leather, cloth, inserted in a clamshell case with separate porfolio containing six woodcuts on individual plates. Stone House Press. 8vo. quarter leather, cloth, inserted in a clamshell case with separate porfolio containing six woodcuts on individual plates. 85 pages. Limited to 200 numbered copies signed by the the artist, the binder and the printer, this being one of twenty of the deluxe edition. The prize winning play translated into English by William Jay Smith. Preface by Norman Fiering. Designed, bound and signed by Deborah M. Evetts in quarter leather with Thai silk sides. Portfolio contains six wood engravings printed and signed by John De Pol, and prospectus. Text illustrated with the engravings by John Depol and six engravings from works in the John Carter Brown Library. This copy comes from the library of Deborah Evetts, the binder, and contains a pen and ink drawing of the design used on the front cover, a sample stamped in green leather of this design, and various photographs of the covers.

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        The Oil and Gas Reserves of Papua New Guinea. Prepared for the Department of Minerals & Energy Geologic Survey, Papua New Guinea

      Scientific Software-Intercomp 1992 - 450 pp., 3-ring binder. 1st 3 pages have small tears (table of contents and disclaimer), title page missing, some overprinting from opposite page on 1st 4 and last several pages, all pages legible [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Clues to Diagnosis in Dermatopathology

      Amer Society of Clinical, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. 1992 - 0891893393 423 pages. Index. Glossary. Printed upon glossy stock. "The clues in this volume are organized accoring to where in the skin they are positioned, the first being in the cornified layer and the last one in the subcutaneous fat. Each of the 100 chapters consists of four pages. On the first page appears a single photomicrograph that depicts a clue, but provides no further aid to identification of it. On the second page, the same photomicrograph that was used to picture the clue on page 1 is shown again but this time as one among a sequence of three photomicrographs taken at low, intermediate, and high magnifications of a representative section of the disease for which the clue has Sherlockian value." - from Preface. Openings to each end of backstrip taped in place. Somewhat above-average external wear. Contents clean and unmarked. Binding moderately loose but intact. A worthy working copy of this prized reference. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Booked to Die

      Scribners 1992 - First Printing of the First Edition. Signed twice by John Dunning, once on the half-title page, and again on verso of half-title (dated in-year-of publication), along with a note by Dunning: "'When you buy something unique, and pay twice what it's worth, it's a great bargain' John Dunning, 5.16.92." Book and dust jacket in fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Beato de Osma. Apocalipsis de San Juan Apóstol

      Valencia: Vicent García Editores, 1992. 2 Vols., folio, limited edition, facsimile volume consists of 166 folio coloured leaves, bound in cont. style vellum, ties, commentary volume 174 pages, lxxix pages of plates, text in Spanish and English, cloth, together in a red velvet-covered box, slightly rubbed. Full-colour facsimile edition of manuscript written in Visigothic script in 1086 at the Leonese monastery of Sahagún and preserved in the Cathedral of Burgo de Osma.

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        THE ATLAS OF MIDDLE EARTH

      Norwalk, Connecticut: Easton Press. 1992. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Fine, Leather Bound, Accented in 22kt gold. Printed on archival paper with gilded edges. The endsheets are of moire fabric with a silk ribbon page marker. Smyth sewing and concealed muslin joints. This book is in full leather with hubbed spines. A pristine volume.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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        Physical Methods of Chemistry

      Wiley-Blackwell, 1992. 2nd Edition. Paperback. New. SKU: MM-60157851; EAN: 9780471570875

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        The History of Opthalmology 

      J. P. Wayenborgh, Bonn 1982-1992 - First English translation of this set. F-/VG The first 13 volumes of 16 volumes issued in this set. Comprises Volumes I - 7, 8a, 8b, 9, 10, 11 part 1a, 11 part 1b. Lacking three later volumes of part 11. The set are bound in full matching blue cloth with gilt titles and generally in clean near fine conditon each with a small stamp from a medical library. The white jackets show some soiling and are very good. A heavy set weighs at least 30 pounds. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lost Tribes and Promised Lands: The Origins of American Racism

      U.S.A.: Perennial 1992 - Beautiful Copy appears Un-Read, (PHOTOS ARE OF ACTUAL BOoK) This book is from the Anthony M. Amato Collection [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        China Mountain Zhang

      New York: Tor / Tom Doherty Associates, Inc., 1992 New York: Tor / Tom Doherty Associates, Inc., 1992. First Edition and First Printing (stated). Octavo, 313 pp., red cloth boards with gilt spine imprinting, illustrated dust jacket. Fine book in Very Good or better jacket. Book has one small speck of dirt on top page edges, jacket has a few small creases and several short closed tears, notably at spine top. A translucent publisher's price-increase sticker has been affixed over the flap price, but the flap has not been clipped and the original price can be seen. This is McHugh's multiple-award-winning alternate-reality novel, in which China is the world's superpower and the U.S. is a subsidiary communist nation. The title is taken from a literal translation of the full name of the protagonist, a young Chinese gay male navigating that world. The novel was nominated for the Hugo and Nebula awards for best novel, and won the Lambda Literary and Locus awards for best first novel., as well as the James Tiptree, Jr. Award. Extremely scarce hardcover first edition & printing, with the jacket. L61

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        Your Place Is Empty

      Concord, New Hampshire: William B. Ewert. 1992. First. First edition. Fine in fine, original unprinted glassine wrapper (not shown in illustration). One of 40 copies bound in boards and Signed by the author, of a total edition of 100 copies. Tyler's scarcest title. Although not marked in any way, this copy is from the distinguished modern first edition collection of Bruce Kahn. .

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        Mathematical Problems in Elasticity and Homogenization (Studies in Mathematics and Its Applications)

      Elsevier Science Ltd, 1992.. 412 Seiten Gebundene Ausgabe. Bibliotheksexemplar.

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        Knots of Love, A Collection of Fine Modern Urban Artistic Rugs by Master Rassam Arabzadeh

      Tehran: Gereh_e'eshg. Very Good; 11.5 x 16 Hardback in Very Good condition. 1992. Hardcover. Illustrated by 80 color plates; Uncommon. Massive. Farsi-English text. ; 8.5; 184 pp. .

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        XOCHITL IN CUICATL FLOWER AND SONG Ten Nahuatl Poemsfrom Sixteenth Century chronicles with Monoprints

      San Francisco, California:: Aurobora Press,, 1992.. Edition of 25. This suite of ten is issued in a numbered edition of 25, plus two publisher's proofs, one artist's proof, one museum proof, and one archival proof. Total impressions: Thirty suites of 10. This copy is the Artist's Proof. 16.75 x 21.125 x 2" (box), 15.5 x 19.75" (paper); ten folios plus colophon and title page. Ten monoprints hand printed by the artist. Each monoprint printed on paper handmade by David Kimball at Magnolia Editions (Oakland, California). Text printed with Centaur type on BFK Rives paper by Alan Hillesheim at Digger Pine Press (Berkeley, California). Laid into a portfolio box lined with Japanese chiri paper and covered with Mexican amate paper. Each monoprint signed by the artist. Each suite signed by the artist and the master printer on the colophon. Each folio contains a separate monoprint inspired by a poetic fragment by Nahuatl-speaking poets excerpted from 16th-century transcriptions by Spanish missionaries. The poetry appears on the interior page of the folio in both Nahuatl and English. [Nahuatl, the language of the people popularly known as Aztecs, has been spoken in Mesoamerica since at least the 7th century CE.] Colophon: "Published on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the first meeting between Europeans and the inhabitants of the New World. Artwork by Gustavo Rivera. Text by Nahuatl-speaking poets excerpted from the transcriptions of the Spanish missionaries, Friars Bernardino de Sahagun, Adres de Olmos, Toribio de Benavente, Motolinia, and other informants, who between the years of 1524 and 1585 chronicled the wealth of Nahuatl poetry which survived the Conquest of Mexico. Edited and translated by Michael Dunev." Miguel Leon Portilla, "Flower and Song: Poetry" from Nahuatl Philosophy (quoted on the reverse of the title page of this suite): "One of the most profound of Nahuatl metaphors 'Flowers and Songs,' is repeated countless times throughout Nahuatl poetry as being the highest form of expression upon earth. Considered in essence to be the only way through which Truth could be expressed, this concept was so significant to the Nahuas, that 'poetic knowledge coming from the interior of Heaven,' was the key with which to penetrate the realm of Truth. Indeed it can be stated that all of Nahuatl thought had its roots deep in the wellstream of poetry." Roberto Trujillo, "Unique and Limited-Edition Artists' Books" in Gustavo Ramos Rivera: "Much of Ramos Rivera's art clearly evinces his experiences and cultural background from Mexico, and this is most evident in his work for the portfolio Xochitl in Cuicatl. ... "Ramos Rivera has always loved poetry. He told me of the ways that poetry and poets have affected his work. ... For Ramos Rivera, the processes of creating art and writing poetry are similar: 'Relationships between images and language are very interesting to me. Some sentences in poetry are like condensed paintings. Haikus, for example - you hear in the rhythm of the words the drop of water, or the bird that flew away. And the same thing happens in painting, only visually.'

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        What Did I Do? The Unauthorized Autobiography

      (New York): HarperCollins/Aaron Asher Books. (1992). First. First edition. Illustrated. Fine in fine slipcase. Copy number 8 of 151 numbered copies Signed by the author/artist. A memoir. .

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        XOCHITL IN CUICATLFLOWER AND SONG

      San Francisco, California:: Aurobora Press,, 1992.. Edition of 25. This suite of ten is issued in a numbered edition of 25, plus two publisher's proofs, one artist's proof, one museum proof, and one archival proof. Total impressions: Thirty suites of 10. This copy is the Artist's Proof.16.75 x 21.125 x 2" (box), 15.5 x 19.75" (paper); ten folios plus colophon and title page. Ten monoprints hand printed by the artist. Each monoprint printed on paper handmade by David Kimball at Magnolia Editions (Oakland, California). Text printed with Centaur type on BFK Rives paper by Alan Hillesheim at Digger Pine Press (Berkeley, California). Laid into a portfolio box lined with Japanese chiri paper and covered with Mexican amate paper. Each monoprint signed by the artist. Each suite signed by the artist and the master printer on the colophon. Each folio contains a separate monoprint inspired by a poetic fragment by Nahuatl-speaking poets excerpted from 16th-century transcriptions by Spanish missionaries. The poetry appears on the interior page of the folio in both Nahuatl and English. [Nahuatl, the language of the people popularly known as Aztecs, has been spoken in Mesoamerica since at least the 7th century CE.]Colophon: "Published on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the first meeting between Europeans and the inhabitants of the New World. Artwork by Gustavo Rivera. Text by Nahuatl-speaking poets excerpted from the transcriptions of the Spanish missionaries, Friars Bernardino de Sahagun, Adres de Olmos, Toribio de Benavente, Motolinia, and other informants, who between the years of 1524 and 1585 chronicled the wealth of Nahuatl poetry which survived the Conquest of Mexico. Edited and translated by Michael Dunev."Miguel Leon Portilla, "Flower and Song: Poetry" from Nahuatl Philosophy (quoted on the reverse of the title page of this suite): "One of the most profound of Nahuatl metaphors 'Flowers and Songs,' is repeated countless times throughout Nahuatl poetry as being the highest form of expression upon earth. Considered in essence to be the only way through which Truth could be expressed, this concept was so significant to the Nahuas, that 'poetic knowledge coming from the interior of Heaven,' was the key with which to penetrate the realm of Truth. Indeed it can be stated that all of Nahuatl thought had its roots deep in the wellstream of poetry." Roberto Trujillo, "Unique and Limited-Edition Artists' Books" in Gustavo Ramos Rivera: "Much of Ramos Rivera's art clearly evinces his experiences and cultural background from Mexico, and this is most evident in his work for the portfolio Xochitl in Cuicatl. ... "Ramos Rivera has always loved poetry. He told me of the ways that poetry and poets have affected his work. ... For Ramos Rivera, the processes of creating art and writing poetry are similar: 'Relationships between images and language are very interesting to me. Some sentences in poetry are like condensed paintings. Haikus, for example - you hear in the rhythm of the words the drop of water, or the bird that flew away. And the same thing happens in painting, only visually.'

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        TOUCHING CERTAIN THINGS BY BEATRICE WOOD - DELUXE HAND COLORED SIGNED AND NUMBERED EDITION

      MGM Press, Los Angeles 1992 - np (24pp), 12 hand colored and 1 b&w illustration + hand colored cover. "Touching Certain Things" is a girlish memoir authored and illustrated in 1992 by the late, great "Mama of the Dadas", Beatrice Wood. Primarily renown for her ceramic sculpture, lustreware vessels, and dalliance with Marcel Duchamp, this gossamer bit of erotica recounts a youthful Ms. Wood and actress pal Helen Freeman's trip to Europe to hear Jiddu Krishnamurti speak, and the amorous hijinks that ensued. From the deluxe edition of nintety-nine copies only, it contains twelve illustrations by the author, each of which (and the front cover as well) has been hand colored by her in pencil. A bright white, pristine copy of this rarity that has been SIGNED, NUMBERED AND DATED by Beatrice Wood in black ink at the rear colophon, as issued. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Edipo Re. Di questo volume d'arte sono s

      Milano,: Centro Lombardo Arte, 1992,. Traduzione e prefazione di Dario Del Corno. cm.37,5x54,pp.130,leg.ed.alla francese, contenitore in cuoio con titoli e fregi a secco ed a pastello sul dorso epiatti. - Ottime condizioni / Excellent co

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        LOST COWBOYS (BUT NOT FORGOTTEN)

      New York: Library Fellows of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1992. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine without dustwrapper or slipcase, as issued. Robert Helm. Folio (10" x 12") bound in full natural linen with morocco leather backstrip by Claudia Cohen. Illustrated with four mezzotints by Robert Ecker after paintings by Robert Helm. Copy #33 of only 70 copies (the entire edition) printed by hand by Leslie Miller at The Grenfell Press and SIGNED by Kittredge and Helm. Prospectus, with some pencil notations on it, laid in.

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        Ben Gurion's Scandals: How the Haganah and the Mossad Eliminated Jews

      USA Glilit Publishing Co., Inc. 1992. 261 pages. Bibliography. Reproductions of black and white illustrations in text. "...Reveals for the first time shocking incidents of misconduct by Ben Gurion throughout his political career and later by the succeeding Israeli governments. Examples include: The sinking of ships carrying Jewish survivors from Europe; The bombing of Jewish installations in Iraq in order to force the Jews to leave Iraq for Israel; His disregard of vital information pertaining to the slaughter of Jews in Europe during the Holocaust;... When the author first saw the research materal used for this book, he was shocked. He did not believe that Jews could kill other Jews for political objectives. After reading the material, he gradually started to document the information and as a result this book evolved. Never before has anything been published like this. These are all true and shocking facts and he belives the reader will be moved, just as he was." - from dust jacket. Ink stamp reading "Marketed-1995" upon copyright page, otherwise book clean and unmarked with light wear. Average wear to dust jacket now preserved in mylar. A sound copy First Edition Good Hardcover 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall; First Edition. VG

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        Osvaldo Borsani

      Rome: Leonardo-De Luca, 1992. 1st . Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. slight bump to upper corner of boards and text block. Osvaldo Borsani (1911-1985) was a noted furniture designer. In 1953 he and his twin brother Fulgenzio founded Tecno, an Italian firm that was known for its technology and research-based approach to furniture design. He was the sole designer for Tecno for over 30 years. This monograph, the first and most extensive on Borsani, is profusely illustrated in color and black and white.

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        The Little Lulu Library Complete Eighteen Volume Set

      Scottsdale, AZ: Another Rainbow Publishing, Inc.. 1992. First Edition. Hardcover. Eighteen volumes in six slipcases. Pictorial boards. Includes several introductory essays. Very mild fading to some of the spines but overall near fine/fine. Scarce. ; Quarto .

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        Die Kunst- und Geschichts-Denkmäler des Grossherzogtums Mecklenburg-Schwerin. 5 Bände.

      Schwerin : Stock und Stein, 1992-93.. S. XVII,612,XIV,691,XII,727,XVIII,634,XI,650. Gr.-8°, Pappbände , Gute Exemplare, 4 Bde. mit Exlibris. Nachdr. der Erstausg. Schwerin i.M., Bärensprung, 1896, Mit zahlr. Fotos und Illustrationen. ; Band 1: Die Amtsgerichtsbezirke Rostock, Ribnitz, Sülze-Marlow, Tessin, Laage, Gnoien, Dargung, Neukalen, Darin: Amtsgerichtsbezirk Rostock: Rostock: Geschichte der Stadt, St. Marien, St. Jacobi, St. Petri, St. Nicolai, Kirche zum hl. Kreuz, Klöster und Hospitäler, Profanbauten, Kleinkunstwerke im Privatbesitz, Warnemünde, Kessin, Stäbelow, Biestow, Thulendorf, Volkenshagen, Rövershagen, Bentwisch, Teutenwinkel, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Ribnitz: Ribnitz: Geschichte der Stadt, St. Marien, Kloster-Kirche, Kuhlrade, Wulfshagen, Kloster-Wulfshagen, Rostocker-Wulfshagen, Blankenhagen, Dänschenburg, Wustrow, Dierhagen, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Sülze-Marlow: Sülze, Marlow, Kölzow, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Tessin: Tessin, Vilz, Thelkow, Walkendorf, Petschow, Sanitz, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Laage: Laage, Cammin, Weitendorf bei Tessin, Kritzkow, Weitendorf bei Laage, Rossewitz, Polchow, Gross-Ridsenow, Belitz, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Gnoien: Gnoien, Basse, Behren-Lübchin, Wasdow, Boddin, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Dargun: Dargun: Geschichte des Klosters Schlosskirche (St. Marien) , Schloss, Pfarrkirche, Burgberg, Levin, Brudersdorf, Gross-Methling, Altkaien, Finkenthal, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Neukalen: Neukalen, Schorrentin, Markow, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Beilagen: Rostocker Goldschmiede, Rostocker Zinngiesser, Nachträge, Band 2. Die Amtsgerichtsbezirke Wismar, Grevesmühlen, Rehna, Gadebusch, und Schwerin, Darin: Amtsgerichtsbezirk Wismar: Wismar: Geschichte der Stadt, St. Marien-Kirche, St. Jürgen-Kirche, St. Nikolai-Kirche, Kirche und Hospital zum Heiligen Geist, Kirche des Schwarzen Klosters, Kapelle St. Marien zur Weiden, Kirche der Grauen Mönche, Ehemalige Kapellen, Profanbauten, Fürstenhof, Kleinkunstwerke im Privatbesitz, Kirchdorf auf Poel, Hornstorf, Neuburg, Goldebee, Zurow, Lübow, Mecklenburg, Hohen-Viecheln, Beidendorf, Gressow, Hohenkirchen, Proseken, Weitendorf, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Grevesmühlen: Grevesmühlen: Geschichte der Stadt, Kirche, Rathaus, Bössow, Damshagen, Flecken Klütz, Elmenhorst, Kalkhorst, Flecken Dassow, Mummendorf, Roggenstorf, Börzow, Diedrichshagen, Friedrichshagen, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Rehna: Rehna, Geschichte der Stadt, Kirche, Lübsee, Grambow, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Gadebusch: Gadebusch: Geschichte der Stadt, Kirche, Kapellen, Schloss, Rathaus, Meetzen, Vietlübbe, Gross-Eichsen, Mühlen-Eichsen, Gross-Brütz, Pokrent, Gross-Salitz, Roggendorf, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Schwerin: Schwerin: Geschichte der Stadt, Der Dom, Schelf- oder St. Nikolai-Kirche, Schlosskirche, Paulskirche, Katholische Kirche, Synagoge, Schloss, Profanbauten, Werke der Kleinkunst und des Kunstgewerbes, Kirch-Stück, Gross-Trebbow, Alt-Meteln, Zickhusen, Dambeck, Cramon, Retgendorf, Zittow, Cambs, Langen-Brütz, Görslow, Plate, Consrade, Peckatel, Banzkow, Mirow, Goldenstädt, Sulte, Sülstorf, Pampow, Stralendorf, Wittenförden, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Nachträge, Band 3: Die Amtsgerichtsbezirke Hagenow, Wittenburg, Boizenburg, Lübtheen, Dömitz, Grabow, Ludwigslust, Neustadt, Crivitz, Brüel, Warin, Neubukow, Kröpelin und Doberan, Darin: Amtsgerichtsbezirk Hagenow: Hagenow, Toddin, Gammelin Bakendorf, Warsow, Kirch-Jesar, Kraak, Uelitz, Picher, Redefin, Warlitz, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Wittenburg: Wittenburg, Neuenkirchen, Neuhof, Döbbersen, Badow, Perlin, Parum, Dreilützow, Körchow Vellahn Marsow, Banzin, Camin, Zarrentin, Valluhn, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Boizenburg: Boizenburg, Bandekow, Gülze, Rensdorf, Gresse, Lüttenmark, Zweedorf, Nostorf, Granzin, Greven, Gallin, Bennin, Zahrenstorf, Blücher, Dersenow, Niendorf, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Lübtheen: Lübtheen, Pritzier, Melkof, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Dömitz: Dömitz, Conow, Jabel, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Grabow: Grabow, Karstadt, Eldena, Gorlosen Neese, Werle, Dambeck, Balow, Brunow, Drefahl, Klüss, Ziegendorf, Möllenbeck, Muchow, Zierzow, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Ludwigslust: Ludwigslust, Gross-Laasch, Leussow, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Neustadt: Neustadt, Lüblow, Wöbbelin, Brenz, Blievenstorf, Stolpe, Spornitz, Dütschow, Herzfeld, Karrenzin, Gross-Godems, Wulfsahl, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Crivitz: Crivitz, Barnin, Pinnow, Suckow, Kladow, Vorbeck, Demen, Prestin, Gross-Niendorf, Kladrum, Wessin, Bülow, Zapel, Ruthenbeck, Tramm, Klinken, Raduhn, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Brüel: Brüel, Penzin, Tempzin, Sülten, Holzendorf, Müsselmow, Zaschendorf, Buchholz, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Warin: Warin, Neukloster, Baebelin, Gross-Tessin, Laase, Bibow, Jesendorf, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Neubukow: Neubukow, Alt-Bukow, Dreveskirchen, Mulsow, Passee, Westenbrügge, Russow, Alt-Gaarz, Roggow, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Kröpelin, Kröpelin, Steffenshagen, Brunshaupten, Biendorf, Alt-Karin, Satow, Heiligenhagen, Retschow, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Doberan: Doberan, Althof, Rethwisch, Liechtenhagen, Lambrechtshagen, Parkentin, Hanstorf, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Nachträge, Band 4: Die Amtsgerichtsbezirke Schwaan, Bützow, Sternberg, Güstrow, Krakow, Goldberg, Parchim, Lübz und Plau, Darin: Amtsgerichtsbezirk Schwaan: Schwaan, Wiendorf, Mistorf, Göldenitz, Kambs, Gross-Grenz, Buchholz, Kavelsdorf, Reez, Hohen-Sprenz, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Bützow: Bützow, Zepelin, Langen-Trechow, Passin, Kloster Rühn, Neuenkirchen, Hohen-Luckow, Jürgenshagen, Bernitt, Berendshagen, Moisall, Qualitz, Baumgarten, Zernin, Warnow, Tarnow, Boitin, Oettelin, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Sternberg: Sternberg, Eickelberg, Gross-Raden, Witzin, Ruchow, Gaegelow, Dabel, Borkow, Hohen-Pritz, Wamckow, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Güstrow: Güstrow, Suckow, Badendiek, Kirch-Rosin, Zehna, Gross-Upahl, Karcheez, Prüzen, Parum, Lüssow, Sarmstorf, Recknitz, Reinshagen, Schlieffenberg, Wattmannshagen, Vorgeschichthche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Krakow: Krakow, Alt-Sammit, Bellin, Lüdershagen, Lübsee, Serrahn, Dobbin, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Goldberg: Goldberg, Kloster Dobbertin, Mestlin, Ruest, Woserin, Lohmen, Kirch-Kogel, Gross-Poserin, Woosten, Brüz, Techentin, Below, Herzberg, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Parchim: Parchim, Paarsch, Garwitz, Damerow, Zieslübbe, Domsühl, Bergrade, Frauenmark, Severin, Grebbin, Kossebade, Dargelütz, Rom, Damm, Matzlow, Slate, Siggelkow, Marnitz, Meierstorf, Suckow, Porep, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Lübz: Lübz, Lutheran, Benzin, Broock, Benthen, Weisin, Passow, Granzin, Lanken, Greven, Gischow, Burow, Klein-Niendorf, Gross-Pankow, Kreien, Wilsen, Karbow, Darss, Vietlübbe, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Plau: Plau, Karow, Kuppentin, Plauerhagen, Barkow, Gnevsdorf, Ganzlin, Retzow, Wendisch-Priborn, Dammwolde, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Nachträge, Band 5: Die Amtsgerichtsbezirke Teterow, Malchin, Stavenhagen, Penzlin, Waren, Malchow und Röbel, Darin: Amtsgerichtsbezirk Teterow: Teterow, Hohen-Mistorf, Thürkow, Levitzow, Jördenstorf, Warnkenhagen, Diekhof, Gross-Wokern, Klaber, Langhagen, Grubenhagen, Schorssow, Bülow, Bristow, Hohen-Demzin, Burg Schlitz, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Malchin: Malchin, Gorschendorf, Remplin, Panstorf, Basedow, Faulenrost, Gessin, Dahmen, Schwinkendorf, Rittermannshagen, Gielow, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Stavenhagen: Stavenhagen, Ritzerovv, Jürgenstorf, Pribbenow, Kloster Ivenack, Borgfeld, Röckwitz, Zwiedorf, Wolde, Kastorf, Rosenow, Kittendorf, Suiten, Varchentin, Varchow, Bredenfelde, Briggow, Tarnow, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Penzlin: Penzlin, Lübkow, Lapitz, Puchow, Wrodow, Gross-Helle, Alt-Rehse, Krukow, Mailin, Breesen, Pinnow Chemnitz, Woggersin, Mölln, Klein-Helle, Schwandt, Passentin, Gross-Lukow, Marin, Gross-Flotow, Luplow, Ankershagen, Möllenhagen, Rumpshagen Gross-Vielen, Zähren, Mollenstorf, Peckatel, Liepen, Kraase, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Waren: Waren, Federow, Kargow, Speck, Boek, Schlön, Klein-Plasten, Gross-Dratow, Deven, Gross-Gievitz, Alt-Schönau, Lansen, Rambow, Ulrichshusen, Vielist, Sommerstorf, Klink, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Malchovv: Malchow, Lexow, Alt-Schwerin, Nossentin, Jabel, Kieth, Wangelin, Lütgendorf, Grüssow, Walow, Sietow, Poppentin, Satow, Zislow, Stuer, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen, Amtsgerichtsbezirk Röbel: Röbel, Ludorf, Nätebow, Leizen, Minzow, Dambeck, Karchow, Bütow, Finken, Massow, Kambs, Grabow, Kiewe, Wredenhagen, Zepkow, Melz, Buchholtz, Krümmel, Vipperow, Priborn, Zielow, Rechlin, Laerz, Schwarz, Diemitz, Ahrensberg, Rossow, Netzeband, Schönberg, Vorgeschichtliche Stellen: Anhang I: Amelungsborn, Havelberg, Wisby, Freiberg, Gandersheim, Anhang II: Orts-, Personen-, Künstler- und Kunsthandwerker-Register, Rainer-Gerd Baier: Friedrich Schlie (1839-1902) und die Denkmalpflege in Mecklenburg. Ein Nachwort zur Wiederauflage seines Inventarwerkes. 3910179053

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        The Secret History

      Alfred A. Knopf, 1992-09-05. Hardcover. Like New. Signed. Flat SIGNED by author Donna Tartt on title page. 4th printing, October 1992, hardcover, Knopf. Book and original transparent mylar printed dust jacket in like new condition.

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        Flies: the Best One Thousand - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Portland, OR: Frank Amato Publications, Inc.. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1992. Limited/Numbered Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Full-Leather. 1878175211 . A handsome First Edition/First Printing in Fine condition. This copy is SIGNED and numbered 22/103 by author Randle Stetzer on attached card with original fly. Bound in black leather with gold lettering. Little signs of rubbing of dustjacket in Fine condition; A comprehensive reference for the North American fly fisherman. Contains 1000 fly patterns, all functional fishing flies with a proven history of angling success. Most of the flies featured were tied either by Randy Stetzer himself or by specially skilled tiers. Included is an actual fly tied by Stetzer attached to a signed numbered card .

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        The Spiritualization of Cruelty

      Toronto: Lake Galleries, 1992. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine Condition. Pavel Skalnik. Copy 18 of 60 with the six poems/prints each signed by Musgrave and Skalnik. Stunning six color prints on Arches paper, loose in a cloth clamshell box by Felton Binding, as issued. Title leaf with an original linocut printed at Columbus Street Press. Two copies of the prospectus and an order form laid in. Bump to one corner of the box, fine internally. A remarkably effective production, both viscerally and artistically. Size: Folio. Illustrator: Pavel Skalnik. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Poetry; Art & Design. Inventory No: 041697.

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        BOOKED TO DIE.

      Charles Scribner's Sons, [1992]. - First edition. Signed by the author on a label that has been affixed to the title page. Fine in dust jacket with light rippling to bottom of front panel. Ex-cop turned bookman, Cliff Janeway, knows as much about books as he does about homicide. For instance, he knows that valuable books can be hidden in plain sight. Bobby Westfall, a bookscout, has a real knack for finding those treasures. When Bobby's body is found dumped under a ladder on Friday the thirteenth, Janeway investigates. He is certain that he knows who the murderer is, but can he catch him? [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Earth in the Balance: Ecology and the Human Spirit

      Houghton Mifflin Company 1992 - Published in Boston by Houghton Mifflin in 1992. First Edition with number sequence printed on copyright pages 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. This copy is INSCRIBED by Senator Al Gore on the first free end page "For Haynes and Ginger, Best Wishes." Book fine except for slight fading on top and bottom edges of spine. DJ fine and price reads $22.95. We will provide a certificate of authenticity for this item. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Pandora's Hieroglyphic Primer

      Bologna, Italy:: Angela Lorenz,, 1992.. Edition of 45. 6 x 10"; 20 leaves. Silkscreened on cotton cloth in Century Schoolhouse at Edizioni Grafiche Il Navile. Pages cut by the artist with pinking shears. Pages linked with 2.25" safety pin at top left corner. Thread and button accent on cover page. Slipped into red cloth lined pouch with stiff backing for support. Signed and numbered by the artist. Angela Lorenz: "Pandora's Hieroglyphic Primer is a poem of words and hieroglyphics colored by hand. The text is based on information from history and mythology concerning prototypes of women responsible for propagating evil in the world. This work was originally inspired by images of the snake in the garden of Eden in the Sistine Chapel and elsewhere, with the torso of a woman. It seemed curious to me that not only was Eve responsible for the downfall of 'man' but the apple was offered by yet another female figure. Lilith, known under a variety of names and forms from Sumerian days onward, came well before her. And it is probably Lilith wrapped around the tree in Eden offering the apple, as she was supposedly created at the same time as Adam but refused to obey him and led an independent existence creating mostly monster-children from stolen semen. "With research, I discovered that the number of negatively-depicted women was enormous, and thus I have limited my representations to a select few for the time being. Although the choice of subjects may seem lopsided in that they come mostly from Western culture, there is a reason for it. The figures from Japan, India, Africa, the Americas and Hawaii that I researched had dual natures and multi-personalities, with positive as well as negative aspects. Both respected and feared in a cyclical vision of life and death, the non-Western mythological female figures do not seem entirely evil, and to represent them solely as evil would not be true to their more complex natures. The Western figures found in Classical and Biblical sources are largely good or evil, reflecting a linear vision of life followed by death, with perhaps heaven but no afterlife. They seem, however, to be modeled on earlier archetypes which were cyclical and not wholly evil. "Pandora was familiar to me from childhood as the Greek woman who opened the box, letting evil into the world. So it seemed appropriate that Pandora's box be the idea behind the project, which led me to the concept of the sewing basket. It is ironic that a female figure let evil out of a box, yet her descendants have been confined to it. Representations of and restrictions on women limited their choices at times, but with limitations people often become even more resourceful. With that idea in mind, I restricted myself to the materials available in a woman's work box. Some women, from ancient Greece onward, were able to sculpt in marble and paint oils, but most were not. They were largely restricted to their homes and to the so-called 'minor arts,' which were executed alone or with groups of women in seminaries and community gatherings. Within the confines of their sewing boxes they composed embroidered rhymes and imaginative designs that endure.

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        3 Poèmes de Francis Ponge Tirés du recueil Le Parti pris des chosesexcerpts from Taking the Side of Thingsavec estampes par / with prints by Anne-Claude Cotty

      Edmonton, Alberta:: Anne-Claude Cotty,, 1992.. One-of-a-kind plus two artist proofs. 10.25 x 11.5 x 1"; 36 pages. Lithographs and etchings on Hahnemuhle German etching paper. Letterpress on title pages. Printed at the University of Alberta. Bound in black cloth boards with sewn binding. Bilingual text in French and English with three prose poems from Le Parti pris des choses (Paris: Éditions Gallimard, 1942) by Francis Ponge. Translation based on Beth Archer's in The Voice of Things (New York: Herder and Herder, 1972). Unique piece plus two artist proofs (one in a university collection and one with a private collector). Francis Ponge: "French poet who crafted intricate prose poems about everyday objects. He sought to create a visual equivalence between language and subject matter by emphasizing word associations and by manipulating the sound, rhythm, and typography of the words to mimic the essential characteristics of the object described." (Encyclopedia Britannica).

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