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        Mediaeval Studies, pubblicazione annuale del Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. Disponiamo di una omogenea raccolta di 37 annate consecutive dal 1967 al 2005 (ad esclusione degli anni 1972 e il 1992).

      Pontifical Institute37 volumi in-8° gr. di pp. Che variano da 350 a 600 circa per annata, con alcune tavole f.t. Tutti in bross. editoriale con vecchi timbri di biblioteca all'interno.

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        The Codex Mendoza. 4 Volumes

      Berkeley, University of California, 1992. . Deluxe edition in 4 volumes. One of 1250 sets. Profusely illustrated. Slipcase. Fine condition. "The "Codex Mendoza", currently residing in the Bodleian Library at Oxford University, is a vivid rendering of many aspects of pre-contact Aztec life." Hard Cover. Book condition: Fine condition in a fine slipcase

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        Correspondence Archive

      1992-2011. Fifty pieces of correspondence from Josef Skvorecky (Czech author of The Engineer of Human Souls, among many others) to his eventual friend, writer and musician Anthony Weller. Includes: ¶ 23 typed letters signed by Skvorecky; 1 typed note signed; 2 typed postcards signed; 3 autograph notes signed; 3 autograph postcards signed; 5 signed cards; 12 emails; ¶ one unsigned letter which is together with the unpublished 2007 translation (bound computer printout, double-spaced, rectos only, 280pp.) of the author's novel Encounter in Prague, with Murder. ¶ Much of the correspondence falls in the years 2001-2007, a time frame that included: ¶ Weller providing an Afterword to a new edition of Skvorecky's The Bass Saxophone [Toronto: L&OD/Key Porter, 2001], a copy of which is included; ¶ Weller writing an essay, in 2007, on the adaptations of The Bass Saxophone (five-pages, computer printout), also included; ¶ and Skvorecky soliciting advice from Weller on the adequacy of the above translation of Encounter in Prague, on which Skvorecky's and his wife's (Zdena Salivarova) names are crossed out as authors and replaced by hand with the pen name "Josephine Salivar." ¶ Weller's retained email response is included, as are 14 retained copies of letters from Weller to Skvorecky. Weller and Skvorecky shared a passion for jazz as well as both being writers, so their correspondence -- which at first is quite cordial, almost formal -- eventually developed into a friendship based on intellectual closeness and trust. Skvorecky is widely considered one of the most important Czech writers of the postwar and Soviet era. Choosing a self-imposed exile to Canada after the failure of the Prague Spring movement in 1968, he founded a press, 68 Publishers, to publish exiled Czech and Slovak writers whose works were banned in communist Czechoslovakia, including Vaclav Havel, the future President of the Czech republic, and Milan Kundera, whose Unbearable Lightness of Being was first published in Czech by 68 Publishers. Skvorecky himself was a Nobel Prize nominee in the 1980s. The correspondence spans more than 20 years, up to a point two months before Skvorecky's death. The two writers discuss music, writing, publishing, their health, their travels, and a range of other subjects, exchanging CDs and books (not present here), and discussing their own works as well. A revealing look at one of the major writers of the 20th century, writing candidly to a friend, confidant and fellow writer, along with a typescript of an unpublished translation of one of his novels. All items fine. .

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        The English Patient

      Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1992. First Canadian Edition ISBN: 0771068867. Signed by the author on the title page. Bound in publisher's original green cloth with the spine stamped in gilt. Dust jacket. Hard Cover. Book condition: Fine fine

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        Strip Jack (First UK Edition)

      Orion London: Orion, 1992. First UK Edition, first issue, in correctly priced dust jacket (the hardcover edition of this title was issued both in priced and unpriced jackets). Near Fine in a Fine dust jacket. The fifth Inspector Rebus mystery, and one of the scarcest.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc. ]
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        BRICE MARDEN: PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS

      First Edition ISBN: 0810936275. 158 illustrations, including 133 plates in color. Bound in publisher's original white cloth. Dust jacket. Hardcover. Book condition: Book fine, Dust jacket fine.

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        Photograph Of William Vollman

      . 1 of 40 numbered copies signed in pencil on the lower margin by Vollman and Miller. The photograph measures 18.5 x 13 inches, matted and framed to 25.25 x 20.25 inches. White mat with a pollished silver frame. It is the iconic photograph of Vollman with window panes to his right and a wall behind him. Book condition: Fine Condition

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        The Lord of the Rings **Signed Alan Lee Deluxe Ltd. Ed.*

      London: Harper Collins, 1992. Limited/Numbered. Quarter Leather. Alan Lee. Signed by Illustrator. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. "This specially bound and slipcased three volume 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 250 copies for Harper Collins Publishers, London each one numbered and signed by the artist." "This copy number 54/250, Alan Lee" A beautiful set quarter bound in dark green leather and cloth with the JRRT monogram on the front boards of the books and the original publishers slipcase. Each book has gilded edges, ribbon marker bound in, and signed limitation page. This set has a small rub to the leather on the spine fold of the Two Towers, otherwise Near Fine. Fifty original illustrations by Alan Lee thru the 3 books. 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. An exceptional set of books, again one of only 250 produced world wide. This separate three book set, makes handling and viewing much less of a problem then the Limited single volume editions that were large and awkward to handle. 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. Matched in size and style with the Limitied/Numbered Editions by Harper Collins, of the "Hobbit" and "Silmarillion" also offered for sale at this time. Very Good Plus / No Jacket, as Issued.

      [Bookseller: The Tolkien Bookshelf]
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        Pictures of the Dogs of the British Isles - Cynographia Britannica

      Horsforth, Leeds: Peregrine Books, 1992.. First (& only) Edition Thus. Limited Edition No. 41 of a Limited Edition of 50 only. A finely-bound folio hardback, as new, in the original half-maroon leather/marbled boards/gilt spine title. As issued, with an accompanying folder containing a further set of the 12 colour plates of dog breeds which appear in the book [for mounting and framing, if so required], all contained in a matching cloth-bound book-box, 300mm x 400mm tall x 48mm deep. [12" x 16" x 2" approx.]. We also have a few additional sets of the loose colour plates, in the original folders, at £60 per set. Photographs and/or postal quote for this heavy item provided on request

      [Bookseller: Christopher Baron]
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        Plant Drawings

      First Edition ISBN: 1880146053. One of 2000 copies printed by Red Ink Productions and bound in wrappers with a sewn binding. Soft Cover. Book condition: Fine Condition

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        The Codex Mendoza. 4 Volumes

      . Deluxe edition in 4 volumes. One of 1250 sets. Profusely illustrated. Slipcase. Fine condition. "The "Codex Mendoza", currently residing in the Bodleian Library at Oxford University, is a vivid rendering of many aspects of pre-contact Aztec life." Hard Cover. Book condition: Fine condition in a fine slipcase

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        Das Leben der Fliegen.

      17x23,5 cm und 20,5x29,5 cm. 272 S. Mit Abbildungen im Text und einer lose beigegebenen farbigen Originallithographie. Originalhalbleinwand und Kartonumschlag. 1/100 Exemplaren der im Buch nicht erwähnten Vorzugsausgabe mit der farbigen Originallithographie. - Entstanden zur Ausstellung im Kölner Kunstverein, 2. Februar bis 29. März 1992.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat]
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        Working Copy of Kentucky Straight

      Bella Luna (Castle Rock): Bella Luna. (1992). Copyedited typeset sheets for an apparently never-produced limited edition of Offutt's first book, a collection of stories published in 1992 as a paperback original in the Vintage Contemporaries series. One full set (140 pages) and five partial sets (approximately 270 pages). With copyeditor's marks throughout. 8-1/2" x 11" sheets, printed on rectos only. A few marks where rubber bands once lay; near fine, in manuscript box. Offutt's book received high praise from critics; on the strength of it and his 1993 memoir, The Same River Twice, he was named one of the "20 best young American writers" by Granta magazine. Presumably unique. . First Edition. Softcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA ]
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        Auf dem roten Sofa. Öltempera auf Leinwand.

      100 x 1300 cm, Tadellos Signiert und datiert. Valentin Lustig (*1955 ) aus Klausenburg in Siebenbürgen (Rumänien) stammender Künstler. Seit 1983 lebt Lustig in der Schweiz. Seine Kunst reicht von naiv bis surrealistisch-phantastisch, und enthält zahlreiche Anspielungen auf mythische und biblische Themen. Als Kind von Holocaustüberlebenden thematisiert Lustig auch das Schicksal des jüdischen Volkes. Doch dies kommt nicht explizit zum Ausdruck, da er sich einer individuellen und symbolischen bis ins Groteske reichenden Bildersprache bedient, die verschiedene Deutungen zulässt. [Wer Topor mag - mag auch Lustig] Austellungen: 1994: Binz 39, Zürich; Galerie Pennarz (Alte Schule), Gundamsried; Pfaffenhofen(Deutschland) 1996: Galerie Stubnitz Kontor, Zürich 1997: Allmedia Productions, Zürich 1998: Hewlett Gallery, College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh (USA) 2003: The Frick Art & Historical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2004: Institut Hongrois de Paris, Paris 2004: Dorottya Gallery (Ernst Museum), Budapest 2005: Lebewohlfabrik, Zürich 2006/2007: Yeshiva University Museum, New York City 2007: Cooperativo, Zürich 2008: Galerie Hauptmann und Kampa, Zürich

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej]
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        Spektrum. Nr. 1 - 133 (Fehlend: 17, 20, 25, 27, 30, 31, 40, 49) Insgesamt 125 von 133 Heften. Vierteljahresschrift für Originalgraphik und Dichtung.

      2°, jew. ca. 8/12 Bl. m. oft farb. Orig.-Graphik, tlw. einzelne Graphik-Blätter, Meist tadellos. Sehr vereinzelt Umschlag etw.knickspurig, min. angeschmutzt. 2 Hefte noch nicht beschnitten. Wichtigste originalgraphische Zeitschrift der Nachkriegszeit mit literarischen Beiträgen (teilweise Erstdrucke) von H. C. Artmann, Peter Bichsel, Paul Celan, Max Frisch, Pablo Neruda, Nelly Sachs bis Albin Zollinger u. v. a. Meistens die Normalausgabe, dreissig Hefte sind signierte Gönnerausgaben. Vorhanden: Heft 1: W. Kaufmann, A. Humm, F. Berger, A. Sadkowsky, W. S. Knebel, E. Moecklin; 2: M. Truninger, A. Sadkowsky (loses Blatt), O. Dalvit (lose), F. Berger, E. S. Knebel; 3: L. Leuppi, F. Bootz, R. Faesi, O. Dalvit, W. Binder, Heidi Müller, Fred Bauer; 4: Rud. Moser, G. C. Jelmini, R. Wyss (lose), S. Plüschel, W. Hartung; 5: M. Hunziker (lose); 6: Ö. Koch, E. S. Knebel, Ferd. Berger, A. Humm, Fred Bauer; 7: J. Henggeler, Pietro Ott, R. Faesi; 8: P. Ott, R. de Vries, E. S. Knebel, Fred Bauer; 9: M. Hunziker, E. S. Knebel (lose), R. de Vries, L. Leuppi, F. Bauer, Tildy Grob, R. Faesi; 10: M. Hegetschweiler, H. Looser, T. Grob, A. Sadkowsky, E. Wenger (Separatdruck fehlt); 11: E. Wenger, A. Humm; 12: A. Sadkowsky, P. Ott, E. S. Knebel (lose), Hanny Fries, A. Humm, C. Duss; 13: M. Truninger, C. Duss (lose), P. Ott, F. L. Opitz, H. Looser, Aja Iskander; 14: A. Iskander, O, Dalvit, P. Baltensperger, M. Frühauf; 15: A. Iskander, E. S. Knebel. Ch. Trüb (Separatdruck fehlt); 16: E. Jacob, O. Baltensperger, A. Iskander, C. Könz, Ch. Trüb (lose), Ch. Gottet, Ch. Trüb, M. Steinacher; 9 Grafiken signiert; 18: A. Iskander, H. Klaiber, W. Facen, C. Duss, E. S. Knebel (lose); 19: C. Duss, W. Hofmann, A. Iskander (lose), E. S. Knebel, W. Kaufmann, J. Bünter, R. Guidi; 21: S. Lier, W. Hofmann; 22: C. Duss (lose), P. Ott, R. Guidi; 23: A. Iskander, W. Brattig (lose), W. Hofmann, C. Duss, E. Wenger; 24: W. Schreib (lose), P. Baltensperger, A. Sadkowsky; 28: B. Schmidmeister, V. Hermann, C. Saucy, H. J. Burgert, O. Dalvit, Estrid Christensen; 29: HAP Grieshaber, J. Guidon, P. Baltensperger, E. Christensen, A. Pohl, E. Prüssen (lose), Heiri Steiner; 32: O. Weiss, A. Patocchi, E. S. Knebel; 33: O. Weiss, K. Daeniker (lose), H. Schröder, HAP Grieshaber, Nell Gattiker; 34: C. G. Becker (lose), P. Baltensperger, E. S. Knebel, H. J. Burgert, V. Hermann, W. Wörn; 5 Grafiken signiert; 35: E. S. Knebel, K. Huber (lose), A. Sadkowsky, HAP Grieshaber, C. Duss, O. Dalvit; 36: A. Sadkowsky, P. Baltensperger, C. Duss (lose), H. Brög, A. Iskander, S. Lier; 37: M. Brög, A. Iskander, J. Zumbrunnen, J. Guidon, Maja Zürcher; 38: E. S. Knebel, G. Sternstein, R. Lauro, Anatol Wyss, P. Wolfram (lose); 39: K. Däniker, P. Baltensperger (lose), V. Hermann, J. Zumbrunnen; 41: V. Hermann, R. Nägeli (lose), C. Ferronato, C. G. Becker; 42: K. Däniker, E. Faesi, G. Lemoine (lose), M. Binswanger; 43: HAP Grieshaber, P. Baltensperger, Ch. Trüb, K. Däniker, A. Le Foll (lose), J. Zumbrunnen; 44: F. A. Wyss, H. Holzer, J. Zumbrunnen (lose), K. Gloor, Paul Furrer, M. Zürcher, E. Aeschlimann; 45: O. Dalvit, J. Faure, M. Krähenbühl (lose), Emil Müller, C. G. Becker, R. de Vries; 46: W. Wörn; 47: P. Baltensperger, H. Aeschbacher, M. Krähenbühl, W. Wegmüller, J. Zumbrunnen, K. Däniker, Emil Müller; 48: Hansen-Bahia, Tarjei Vesaas; 50: E. S. Knebel (lose), P. Baltensperger, D. Knebel, C. Duss, P. Leber; 4 Grafiken signiert; 51: HAP Grieshaber (lose); 53: E. S. Knebel (lose), P. Leber, Rolf Huber, C. Duss, P. Baltensperger, O. Dalvit, Remo Roth, B. Schmidmeister; 54: W. Häckel, F. Fröhlich (lose), F. Roulin, H. Schröder, Evi Kliemund, Jörg Schulthess, M. Balossi, W. Stirnimann; 55: S. Knebel, Imre Reiner, M. Balossi (lose), F. Roulin, E. Harder, W. Wörn, G. Leuzinger; 56: HAP Grieshaber, F. A. Wyss (lose), P. Leber, H. Aeschbacher, H. Gantert, P. Baltensperger, K. Daeniker, J. Zumbrunnen; 57: S. Knebel, E. Kliemand, L. Minarik, Emil Müller, Ueli Bär, F. Roulin; 59: H. Gantert, S. L. Könz (lose) J. Henggeler; 61: C. Duss, W. Wegmüller, P. Leber (lose), M. Hölzel, P. Baltensperger, F. Grossert, B. Schmidmeister (lose). Karl Weber, P. Rüfenacht; 62: F. A. Wyss, H. Gantert, A. Hertenstein (lose), W. Häckel, P. Baltensperger, Emil Müller; 64: R. Fehr (lose); 65: K. Däniker (lose), P. Baltensperger, M. Balossi; 4 Grafiken signiert; 66: S. Püschel (lose); 67: S. Könz (lose), A. Ringger, K. Däniker, H. Gantert; 68: E. Müller, M. Hölzel, O. Dalvit, E. Häfelin, J. Tramèl, S. Knebel, H. Gantert (lose), J. Staub; 7 Grafiken signiert; 69: G. Bregnard, M. Terrapon, F. Roulin, F. Berthoud (lose); 5 Grafiken signiert; 70: C. Duss (lose), P, Stiefel, H. Bach, R. Roth, Willi Keller, W. Stirnimann, W. Häckel; 8 Grafiken signiert; 71: D. Domes (lose), E. Müller, S. Knebel; 72: HAP Grieshaber, F. Fröhlich (lose), U. Schoop, R. Roth, H. Bach; 6 Grafiken signiert (mit Widmung von Grieshaber); 73: Ch. Gloor (lose), P. Leber, T. Müllenbach, M. Rüedi, P. Baltensperger; 74: J. Poensgen, F. Bott, E. Wachter, P. Baltensperger, M. von Moos (lose); 4 Grafiken signiert; 75: H. Bach, K. Guldenschuh, K. Knöpfli, F. Bauer, W. Häckel, S. Könz, H. Gantert, P. Czerny (lose), H. Bach; 9 Grafiken signiert; 76: H. Müller-Tosa, H. Holzer, R. Baumann, W. Hofmann, K. Däniker, F. Springer (lose), M.-G. Marquardt; 77: P. Czerny, F. Springer, C. Bremer, P. Meister, W. Hartmann (lose); 6 Grafiken signiert; 78: P. Wullimann (lose), S. Knebel, R. Kessler, H. Rickenbach, J. Poesgnen, J. Tramèr, F. Springer; 6 Grafiken signiert; 79: Nachlass-Stempel Moholy-Nagy u. signiert. Hattula Hug-Moholy (lose); 80: F. Roulin (lose), C. Duss, C. Bremer, H. Müller-Tosa, W. Häckel, S. Knebel, P. Wullimann, P. Czerny, M.-G. Marquard, P. Baltensperger, W. Hofmann, F. Bauer, H. Bach, F. SpringerP. Leber, V. Hermann; 81: F. Bauer, S. Knebel (lose), Hansjakob Steiner, J. Bühler, P. Baltensperger; 82: F. Springer (lose), W. Hartmann; 83: Sven Hartmann (lose), P. Baltensperger, J. Bühler, H. Bach; 84: P. Baltensperger, W. Häckel, R. Naghel, M. Briegel, E. Faesi, Ch. Trüb, S. Knebel, S. Püschel, E. Hebeisen, H. Abt, Max Keller, P. Riklin (lose); 85: P. Baltensperger, Fritz Müller, F. Gehr, P. P. Piech (lose); 1 Grafik signiert; 86: R. P. Lohse, W. Ehrismann (lose), J. Tramèr; 87: F. A. Wyss, H. Riklin, W. Häckel, F. Czerny (lose), P. Leber, M. Schwarz, H. Bach, F. Bauer; 8 Grafiken signiert; 88: F. Bucher (lose); 89: P. Baltensperger, E. Faesi (lose), F. Peter, H. Osolin, W. Isle; 4 Grafiken signiert; 90: S. Püschel, M. Dür, A. Fontana, R. Ralston, S. Knebel (lose), F. Bucher, W. Ehrismann; 7 Grafiken signiert; 91: H. Fischli, H. Osolin, C. Duss, G. S. Schürch (lose); 92: W. Herzger (lose); 93: H. Bach, W. Häckel, F. Peter, P. Czerny, V. Bächer, B. Alder, P. Baltensperger (lose); 7 Grafiken signiert; 94: Vre Greile (lose), R. Baumann, J.-J. Volz, P. Stiefel, P. Baltensperger, D. Gaemperle, B. Alder; 95: F. A. Wyss (lose); 1 Grafik signiert; 96: H. Witschi, Bruno Gasser, S. Knebel (lose), St. Beck, V. Greihle, E. Kliemand, A, Athanassoglou; 97: E. L. Bursch, U. Studer, D. G. Lahaii, K. Gassner (lose); 98: B. Beyerle (lose), R. Roth, S. Knebel, C. Duss, P. Baltensperger, E. Kliemand, J. Gnädinger; 99: P. Ferretti (lose), J. Gnädinger, B. Gasser, J.-J. Volz; 100: C. Duss, S. Püschel, F. Bauer, J. Gnädinger, W. Häckel, P. Meister, K. Däniker, P. Baltensperger, S. Knebel (lose); 1 Grafik signiert; 101: R. Künzi, J.-J. Volz (lose), F. Buchser; 102: G. A. Haisch, W. Jans, B. Beyerle, W. Gadliger, F. Grossert, M. Schneider, D. H. Lahaii, W. Gadliger (lose), B. Hee; 8 Grafiken signiert; 103: K. Däniker, J. Gnädinger, Remo Roth (lose); 2 Grafiken signiert; 104: E. Kliemand (lose), F. Grossert, J.-J. Volz, B. Beyerle, A. Mozzini, P. Baltensperger; 5 Grafiken signiert; 105: U. Hanselmann (lose); 1 Grafik signiert; 106: L. Perrin (lose); 1 Grafik signiert; 107: A. Mozzini (lose); 1 Grafik signiert; 108: H. Gantert (lose); 1 Grafik signiert; 109: Hannes Gruber (lose), K. Däniker (lose); 2 Grafiken signiert; 110: J. Gnädinger (lose); 1 Grafik signiert; 111: Paul Leber (lose); 112: S. Knebel (lose); 113: Bruno Gasser (lose); 114: H. P. Kohler (lose); 2 Grafiken signiert; 115: R. Deertz (lose); 116: Giovanni Huber (lose); 117: P. Baltensberger; 118: G. Wenger (lose); 119: S. Knebel (lose); 120: P. Baltensperger; 121: A. Frutiger (lose); 122: J.-J. Volz (lose); 123: L. Joly, U. Bossard (lose); 124: P. Baltensperger (lose); 125: K. Stöckli (lose); 126: K. Bachofer (lose); 127: F. Schiratzki (lose); 128: E. Hebeisen (lose); 129: G. Tobler (lose); 130: Franz Bucher (lose); 131: G. Tritten (lose); 132: E. Lehmann (lose); 133: G. Tritten (lose), S. Knebel (lose). Fehlende Hefte: 17: G. Testa, O. Dalvit, A. Humm (lose), E. Wenger, W. Binder, J. Bünter; 20: H. J. Burgert, J. Gnädinger, P. Baltensperger (lose), W. Hofmann; 25: HAP Grieshaber; 26: E. Jörg (lose), R. Guidi, E. S. Knebel, R. Jean Richard, C. Saucy, A. Hertenstein; 27: A. Waldschmidt, D. Pohlers (lose); 30: C. Stocker, O. Dalvit, A. Pohl, J. Eidt, E. Prüssen; 31: S. Lier, HAP Grieshaber, A. Hertenstein; 40: C. G. Becker, E. S. Knebel, O. Dalvit, J. Zumbrunnen, R. de Vries, V. Hermann, F. A. Wyss, HAP Grieshaber; 49: O. Dalvit, A. Hertenstein, A. Brun Del Re; 52: C. G. Becker (lose), K. Guldenschuh, P. Leber, R. Guidi, K. Däniker, J. Zumbrunnen, P. Baltensperger, B. Truninger, K. Maddritsch, F. Krebs; 58: HAP Grieshaber; 60: W. Hädrich, K. Däniker, F. Grossert, F. Fröhlich (lose), S. Lüscher, R. Peier; 63: S. Knebel;

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej]
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        Springbrunnen. Öltempera auf Leinwand.

      100 x 50 cm, Tadellos Signiert und datiert. Valentin Lustig (*1955 ) aus Klausenburg in Siebenbürgen (Rumänien) stammender Künstler. Seit 1983 lebt Lustig in der Schweiz. Seine Kunst reicht von naiv bis surrealistisch-phantastisch, und enthält zahlreiche Anspielungen auf mythische und biblische Themen. Als Kind von Holocaustüberlebenden thematisiert Lustig auch das Schicksal des jüdischen Volkes. Doch dies kommt nicht explizit zum Ausdruck, da er sich einer individuellen und symbolischen bis ins Groteske reichenden Bildersprache bedient, die verschiedene Deutungen zulässt. [Wer Topor mag - mag auch Lustig] Austellungen: 1994: Binz 39, Zürich; Galerie Pennarz (Alte Schule), Gundamsried; Pfaffenhofen(Deutschland) 1996: Galerie Stubnitz Kontor, Zürich 1997: Allmedia Productions, Zürich 1998: Hewlett Gallery, College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh (USA) 2003: The Frick Art & Historical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2004: Institut Hongrois de Paris, Paris 2004: Dorottya Gallery (Ernst Museum), Budapest 2005: Lebewohlfabrik, Zürich 2006/2007: Yeshiva University Museum, New York City 2007: Cooperativo, Zürich 2008: Galerie Hauptmann und Kampa, Zürich

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        The Sound and the Fury, Go Down Moses, Collected Stories Volumes 1 and 2, Absalom, Absalom! , As I Lay Dying, Reivers, Light in August, the Unvanquished, Intruder in the Dust, Easton Press 10 Volume Set

      Norwalk, Connecticut: Easton Press. Fine. 1992. Hardcover. Easton Press Leather Bound editions. Leather bindings with gold gilt lettering and design. FINE condition. Silk endpapers and gold gilt page edges. Silk ribbon marker. 10 Volume set. This item exceeds standard weight & will require extra postage. Please inquire. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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        Manuel de l'Amateur de Livres Illustrés Modernes, 1875-1975

      Ides & Calendes Neuchâtel: Ides & Calendes, 1992. Two quarto volumes. Text in French. Fine in printed dust jackets and white cardboard slipcase.

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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.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB]
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        British Larks, Pipits & Wagtails

      London: Harper Collins, 1992.. First Edition. Cloth. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 002198711 Immaculate apart from faint, minor spotting to top edge. The dustjacket is unfaded, untorn and not price-clipped (£30.00). A magnificent example. Bibliography, index. 320pp.

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        The International Contest between Heenan & Sayers

      New York: Victor Dubreuil VICTOR DUBREUIL'S TROMPE L'OEIL PAINTING OF A LITHOGRAPH Oil on canvas Canvas size: 31 1/2" x 41 1/2" Frame size: Frame size: 36 1/8" x 46 3/8" Signed l.r.: V. Dubreuil Provenance: Private collection Exhibitions: The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, The Artist at Ringside, 1992, exh. cat. p.72 (illus. in color on cover); The National Art Museum of Sport, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1-August 2, 1992; Spanierman Gallery, LLC, New York, Tranquil America: A Century of Painting, 1840-1940, November 4, 2000-February 28, 2001 Literature: The Artist at Ringside exh. cat. (The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, 1992), p.72 (illus. in color on cover); Tranquil America: A Century of Painting, 1840-1940 (Spanierman Gallery, LLC, New York, 2000), pl.9, color illus. . Book.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries]
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        Fever Pitch (Uncorrected Proof, signed)

      Victor Gollancz London: Victor Gollancz, 1992. First Edition. UNCORRECTED PROOF, preceding the First Edition. SIGNED by the author on the title page. Near Fine in trade-size wrappers (softcover) with light soiling and rubbing overall. Hornby's first novel, an ode to obsessive love for a losing sports team. Adapted twice, first as a delightful 1997 British film starring Colin Firth and then as a more forgettable 2005 American remake starring Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore.

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        Fever Pitch. A Fan's Life. (INSCRIBED)

      Gollancz, London, 1992.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Fine. Signed by Author(s) First Edition - This copy inscribed by the author on the title page "To Paul, / Thanks and best wishes / Nick Hornby". A hint of wear to head and foot of spine, else a fine copy in like dust wrapper of Hornby's celebrated debut novel.

      [Bookseller: Clearwater Books]
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        Postcards

      Scribner's NY: Scribner's. (1992). The uncorrected proof copy of her second book of fiction and first novel. Winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award. Fine in wrappers. . First Edition. Softcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA ]
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        POSTCARDS

      Scribner NY: Scribner, 1992. First edition, first prnt. Signed by Proulx (as "E. Annie Proulx") on the title page. Spine cloth slightly pushed; dustjacket with few tiny edge creases; otherwise, in Fine condition in a Fine dustjacket with a Durafold mylar cover. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

      [Bookseller: Revere Books, ABAA & IOBA ]
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        Gli Gnomi Di Gnù - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Milano: Bompiani/Stefanel. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1992. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 8845218856 . First Edition/First Printing, SIAE Sticker "1a Eldizione" [sic], Contursi Aa24a. Red-stamped white cloth in unread Fine condition in alike, pictorial dust-wrapper. 17 full-page color illustrations by Eugenio Carmi. Signed by author Umberto Eco on the title page. A rare signed copy; Eco and Carmi's adventure resulting in the discovery of Earth. A children's story to also make adults (and potentates) stop and think. Fairy-tale? Science fiction? Ecological warning? All of these but also a bit of reality. In the original Italian language; Signed by Author .

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        Perfect & Imperfect Enjoyments: Poems By John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester

      London: The Folio Press, 1992.. Illustrated by Richard Shirley Smith. First Thus. Fine. Folio An edition of 500 copies, no 56, signed by the artist, colour plates printed by The Senecio Press by photolithography, quarter bound in Oasis morocco with Cockerell hand-marbled paper sides in a green cloth covered solander. 109pp including introduction by Christopher Hibbert, notes, glossary and index of first lines.

      [Bookseller: Jackdaw Books]
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        THE MAN WHO DIED A STORY

      Covello CA: The Yolla Bolly Press 1992. [Covello, CA]: The Yolla Bolly Press, [1992].. Folio. Open-sewn limp goat vellum over stiff wrappers. Illustrated with woodcut plates by Leonard Baskin. Fine, in publisher's cedar and bay laurel wood box. First edition in this format, with a commentary by John Fowles. From a total edition of 135 copies printed on Somerset paper, with illustrations printed from original woodblocks by Leonard Baskin, all signed by Baskin and Fowles, this is one of thirty-five deluxe copies, specially bound and boxed, with a separate suite of the nine woodcuts, each signed by the artist in the margin. An additional hors-text impression of one of the woodcuts, also signed by Baskin, is laid in the book. Fine, with prospectuses and publisher's letters/announcements laid in, along with the set of cotton gloves provided by the publisher for handling the book. Five of the thirty-five deluxe copies were hors commerce, and evidently some out of series copies in the ordinary binding were accompanied by copies of the suite.

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        Working Copy of Kentucky Straight

      (Castle Rock): Bella Luna. (1992). Copyedited typeset sheets for an apparently never-produced limited edition of Offutt's first book, a collection of stories published in 1992 as a paperback original in the Vintage Contemporaries series. One full set (140 pages) and five partial sets (approximately 270 pages). With copyeditor's marks throughout. 8-1/2" x 11" sheets, printed on rectos only. A few marks where rubber bands once lay; near fine, in manuscript box. Offutt's book received high praise from critics; on the strength of it and his 1993 memoir, The Same River Twice, he was named one of the "20 best young American writers" by Granta magazine. Presumably unique. . First Edition. Softcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Booked to Die

      NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1992. F/. 1st edition. Winner of the 1993 Dilys Award. INSCRIBED by author to Mike on title page. This is the Uncorrected Advance Proof in plain white wrappers. We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. See KHBOOKS for details.

      [Bookseller: Ken Hebenstreit, Bookseller]
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        Photographs

      Tokyo: Asahi Shimbun Tokyo: Asahi Shimbun, 1992. First Edition. Large square quarto. Essay by James Eyenart entitled "Terraces of Splendour and Destiny." Shibata's black and white images of dams and industry. Fine in a fine jacket, publisher's blue obi. Uncommon title, even in Japan.

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        På sporet av den tapte tid . I-XII.

      Oslo 1992. 8vo.. Originalbind med vareomslag. Som nytt!

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        DOOMSDAY BOOK

      New York: Bantam Books,. 1992. cloth-backed boards.. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#139993). First edition. Presentation copy with signed inscription by Willis to "Frank" on the title page. 1992 Nebula award winner for best novel. Co- winner of the 1993 Hugo award. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-1265. Broderick and Di Filippo, Science Fiction: The 101 Best Novels, 1985-2010 #32. Hartwell, 100 Significant SF Books by Women, 1984-2001.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        Red Mars; Green Mars & Blue Mars [3 Volumes]

      London: Harper Collins 1992-1996, 1st UK Editions. (Hardcover) 501,[3];571,[4];616,[3]pp.. Near fine in fine dust jacket. Three Volumes Octavo. 3 double-paged maps and diagrams in text. Dust jackets not priced clipped. Complete trilogy on the colonization of Mars, with "Red Mars" winning the 1993 Nebula Award and "Blue Mars" winning the 1997 Hugo Award..

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books]
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        "Whatever evaluation we make of a particular stretch of land..."

      [West Burke]: Janus Press. 1992. An attractive broadside from the Janus Press, printing an excerpt from Arctic Dreams on a paper landscape montage created by Clare Van Vliet. A beautiful production: essentially a paper sculpture of cloud-enshrouded mountains, in keeping with the Lopez quote, which encourages us "to preserve some of the mystery within [the land] as a kind of wisdom to be experienced, not questioned. And to be alert...for that moment when something sacred reveals itself within the mundane..." One of 90 copies signed by Lopez. 16" x 24", matted and framed to 20" x 28". Fine. . First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Three Poems. Signed limited edition: 1-19 SIGNED

      Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow, 1992. 1st ed., 1992. 4to. Bound in cream colored paper over boards. 1-19 SIGNED by Bukowski (out of 103 copies published) and these 19 were issued in a plain white DJ (Krumhansl 131b). Fine in DJ.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. As New/Dust Jacket Included.

      [Bookseller: Thomas Dorn ABAA]
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        (Hamburg 1929 - 1995). Eros, Tod + Maske. Farbradierung von 1992. Signiert und numeriert. 30 x 21 cm.

      Eines von 100 Exemplaren.- Janssen zeichnend an einen Baum gelehnt, vor ihm ein Skelett, das sich zu ihm herunterbeugt, im Vordergrund ein Frosch, im Himmel ein Warzenschwein.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm]
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        (Stuttgart 1925). Über den Wolken. Tuschfederzeichnung auf weißem Karton. Stuttgart, 1992. Verso signiert und betitelt. 48,5 x 37,5 cm; Blattgr. 64 x 50 cm.

      Akribische feine Arbeit mit schönen graphischen Effekten.-

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        A Catalogue Raisonné of the Oil Paintings

      London: Andre Deutsch Limited,, 1992. 3 volumes, quarto. Original green cloth, gilt titles to spines and front boards, green endpapers. Housed in green paper-over-boards slipcase. Portrait frontispiece, numerous black and white illustrations in the text. A fine copy. First edition, one of a limited edition of 1,500 trade copies of which this is numbered 621.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Makedonien. "Macedonia Epirus Et Achaia." Kupferstich-Karte mit zeitgenössischem Kolorit von G. Mercator 1607

      36x43.5 cm. Zacharakis (1992) 1448. -

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        Griechenland. "Graecia." Kupferstich-Karte mit zeitgenössischem Kolorit von G. Mercator 1607

      36x47 cm. - Zacharakis (1992) 1447. Griechenland mit dem Ägäischen Meer, der europäischen Türkei und der türkischen Küste. Kurzer Einriss in Mittelfalte restauriert.

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        All the Pretty Horses

      New York: Knopf, 1992 A Fine copy in a Fine dj signed by McCarthy directly onto the half-title page; signature only, no inscription. 24th printing, May 1997. A collector's copy.. Signed. First Edition/Later Printing. Cloth. Fine/Fine.

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