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        To Kill a Mockingbird

      New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1995. Thirty-fifth Anniversary Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. Reprint of the 35th-anniversary edition. Signed by Harper Lee on the half-title page. Near Fine, with light shelf wear and faint scuff to edge of page block, in a Near Fine dust jacket with light crimping at the corners and spine ends, with publisher's price intact. Signed by the author.

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      NEWTON, MILANO 1995 - GRANDI TASCABILI ECONOMICI ITALIANO A cura di Gianni Oliva, introduzione generale di Giovanni Antonucci e Gianni Oliva, edizioni integrali, n.297 della collana, brossura editoriale illustrata e con lievissime tracce d'uso, pagine leggermente ingiallite ai bordi rimanendo comunque in buonissimo stato di conservazione La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

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      Ithaca Press, Reading 1995 - Arabic and English text, Part I: Historical (10 volumes), Part II: Geographical (7 volumes), + 2 Appendices with genealogical tables and maps, Appendix 1: 26 sheets, Appendix 2: 23 sheets. This comprehensive work was translated under the supervision of Sultan Qaboos University and "Saint Antony's College" Middle East Center, Oxford University; Hardback binding, appendix, index; set in mint condition. The Gazetteer was first published in two volume, the first in 1908, the second in 1915, but was not released to public. It was classified as ‘ Secret and For Official Use Only’ by British Government Departments and Agencies until 1970, when the ban was lifted. The Gazetteer is considered an encyclopedia for Arab Gulf region. It covers geographical, historical, and social details concerning the Persian Gulf. The Gazetteer of the Persian Gulf, Oman and Central Arabia was compiled and written by John Gordon Lorimer (1870-1914), an official of the Indian Civil Service, assisted by a dedicated team of researchers from the Political Department of the British government in India. It was originally intended as a 'convenient and portable handbook' for British policy makers and representatives in the area. So thorough were the fact-finding missions which Lorimer undertook over a ten-year period, that the scale of the work escalated; a geographical and statistical volume was published in 1908, to be followed by a two-part historical 'volume' in 1915. A separate portfolio of genealogical charts of the ruling families of the region was also published. For the first time, a comprehensive and accurate bilingual English and Arabic edition of this work is being published. The 2000-page, alphabetically ordered survey which comprises the geographical volume, and the large-scale fold-out map which accompanied it, is being published in seven volumes. The original historical volume, which includes the region's general history from the Abbasid Caliphate of 1258 to the early twentieth century plus individual histories of the eleven political entities within the region, is published as a further ten volumes. In addition, there are two boxed volumes of maps and genealogical tables, bringing the total number of volumes in this set to nineteen. The wealth of historical, political and geographical information from which Lorimer composed the Gazetteer was sourced from official documents of the British government in India and the Gulf, from British naval and military establishments and the East India Company archives, plus, of course, first-hand research and surveys. A bibliography of all previously published explorers' accounts of the region is a further useful resource for researchers. Since being declassified in the 1970s from its original status as 'Secret' and 'For official use only', the Gazetteer has been reproduced in various editions, but this is the first comprehensive and accurate bilingual rendering of the work. A team of translators across the Middle East have worked on rendering both the facts and the style of the original work into Arabic. All the Arabic texts have been checked and approved by Dr Derek Hopwood, Director of the Middle East Centre of St Antony's College, University of Oxford. #9794 Size: 8vo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rolling Stones Masons Yard to Primrose Hill 1965 - 1967. No. 604 of 1750

      A signed limited edition of 'Mason's Yard to Primrose Hill' by Gerad Mankowitz, published by Genesis Publications in 1995. VERY GOOD CONDITION.No. 604 in a Limited Edition of 1,750 copies.Book stored in a dry and smoke-free place.
I took great care of the book so it is in very good condition. There are a few small marks on the front and rear covers and on two pages but it is 20+ years oldDescription you can find on the publisher's website...Signed by: Gered MankowitzPaper: 200gsm matt art paperBinding: 1/4 black leatherBox: Silk-screened slipcaseExtras: An original 3-frame contact strip direct from the negative is pasted into each copy
From 1965-67, Gered Mankowitz was the photographer, friend and travelling companion of The Rolling Stones. Throughout this time, he captured unique and breathtaking images of the band at work and at play.His photograph for the cover of the Stone's recording Between The Buttons is regarded by many as one of the most memorable album covers of all time. For those two years Gered's relationship with the Stones flourished and he had unrivalled access to the band's concerts, recording sessions and hotel rooms.In preparing this book, Gered individually proofed and examined 3,500 frames carefully stored in his own personal archive, an experience which he described as being 'like viewing much of my work for the very first time'. In the process he rediscovered images he had long since forgotten, including many rare and unpublished colour pictures which can be found in Mason's Yard to Primrose Hill.The edition was limited to 1,750 signed copies in black quarter leather with silk-screened slipcase. An original 3-frame contact strip direct from the negative is pasted into each copy.

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        Hortus nitidissimis omnem per annum superbiens floribus sive Amoenissimorum florum imagines ... Volumen [I-]II. | Der das ganze Jahr hindurch im schönsten Flor stehende Blumengarten, oder Abbildungen der lieblichsten Blumen, ... [Erster-]Zweyter Band.Nürnberg, [Johann Michael Seligman], Adam Ludwig Wirsing, [1750-1768-]1772[-1774]. 2 volumes bound as 1. Imperial folio (52.5 x 37 cm). With 119 engraved plates (numbered as 120) showing 128 flower varieties, painted by Georg Dionysius Ehret and others and engraved by Seligmann and Wirsing. With the plates printed on the better quality Dutch paper and coloured by hand for the publisher. Lacking 1 title-page and 1 text leaf. Contemporary mottled calf, each board with a gold-tooled roll border; the richly gold-tooled spine with a large thistle.; Blunt, p. 149; GFB, p. 144; Hunt, p. 236; Nissen, BBI 1995; for Ehret: Gerta Calmann, Georg Ehret, Flower painter extraordinary (1977). The first two of three volumes of the first and only edition of one of the greatest 18th-century flower books, with all 119 magnificent coloured plates produced for these two volumes. The present set was no doubt issued before volume three appeared (title-page 1786). One rarely finds two copies with the same make-up. The present set is a fine paper copy, with the plates on the better quality Dutch paper at a higher price. Although Trew is named as the author, most of the text appears to have been written by the classical scholar C.G. von Murr (1733-1811). The 128 beautifully illustrated flowers range from 24 to 50 cm in height and sometimes include details of the roots or a butterfly or other insects. "One of the finest records of the cultivated flowers of the period" (Dunthorne). "Exceedingly rare" and "magnificent flower book" (Hunt, where the book is not described because it was acquired just before the catalogue went to press). "One of the most decorative florilegia of the mid-eighteenth century" (Blunt). "One of the great florilegias ... probably the best work born of the collaboration of the artist ... Ehret and ...Trew ... [Murr's text is] among the most learned of horticultural writings" ( It includes a wide variety of cultivated flowers, including many tulips, and is especially interesting for its detailed views of the reproductive parts (stamens and pistils).With a contemporary armorial bookplate and a 20th-century owner's inscription. Since the two volumes were bound together, the volume 2 title-page naming Wirsing was bound in as a general title-page. Volume 2 also lacks pp. 47-48. Plate 60/61 is shaved at the foot with the loss of the plate numbers and part of the imprint, but not approaching the image. The foot of plate 97 has been folded in to avoid such shaving. With some of the paper for the text of volume 2 slightly browned, and (mostly marginal) minor water stains in a few text, but the book is otherwise in very good condition. The binding shows a few scuffs and scratches, a few professional restorations to the spine, but the binding is otherwise very good. A beautiful, magnificent and historically important flower book, with 119 large hand-coloured plates.

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        Rauschenberg Sculpture [SIGNED]

      Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth TX 1995 - 135 pages 102 illustrations most in color. [SIGNED] Signed by the artist in black marker by Rauschenberg to the title page. Published on the occasion of the exhibition from the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth TX October 22-December 31, 1995 and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami FL April 25-June 9, 1996. Dustjacket is protected with a mylar cover. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Il settimo papiro

      LONGANESI & C, 1995. ITALIANO 0,7 Legatura editoriale in cartoncino rigido telato, con titolo in oro al dorso. Sovracoperta illustrata con alette. Pagine in buono stato, leggermente brunite, come ai tagli. Traduzione di Roberta Rambelli. Volume n. CDLIX ( 459 ) della collana. USATO

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      EDITALIA-EDIZIONI D'ITALIA, 1995. ITALIANO 6 Volume di pregio,di quest'opera sono stati tirati su carta a mano speciale 2499 esemplari numerati,la presente copia n.173 è dedicata a Andrea Cocco Revelli.Presentazione di Alberto Manodori.Circa 62 incisioni acquerellate e circa 100 tavole in bianco e nero.Rilegatura in tutta pelle pregiata,dorso con nervature e impressioni in oro zecchino.Dorso con lievi segni di usura.Presente un bel cofanetto illustrato,tracce di cera sulla parte in tela di esso. USATO

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        Lust an sich.

      Tübingen, Konkursbuchverlag, 1995. 4°. 31 cm. 152 Seiten. Original-Pappband, gebunden mit Original-Schutzumschlag. 1. Auflage. Mit drei beiliegenden Original-Fotos (\"Katharina\" 7/98; \"Rebecca\" 10/98; \"Gabriela\" 10/98), jeweils auf der Rückseite vom Fotografen Thomas Karsten signiert. Sehr gutes Exemplar. First edition. With three original photographs, each one signed by the photographer Thomas Karsten on back. Original cloth binding with dust jacket. Fine copy. Versand D: 4,90 EUR erotische Fotografie / erotic photography; Fotografie / Photographie / photography; Signatur, signiert / signature, signed copy

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        Il venditore Storia di Silvio Berlusconi e della Fininvest

      MILANO: GARZANTI, 1995. IED. Brossurato. OTTIMO. 14 21. Memorie, documenti, biografie USATO

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        Gary Schneider: "glove": Artist Proof

      New York City, NY: Gary Schneider Studios(1995). First Edition / First Printing. As New in No Dust Jacket, As Issued. 1 pages. Rare Gary Schneider collectible art. A pristine, framed Artist Proof of "Glove" handprint, titled, dated, numbered, and signed by Gary Schneider. There is no ISBN. The print is now rare. A brilliant production by Gary Schneider: Regular-sized print format. Measures 8 X 10 inches. Beautifully framed borderless, in very thick and heavy silver-gray metal and Plexiglas by Tracy Bungay Fine Framing, under the direct supervision of Martha Schneider Gallery Chicago. Full frame size is 9 X 11 inches. Eminently suitable for display. Without DJ, as issued. Presents Gary Schneider's "Glove". The luminous print of Sylvia Wolf's hand, one of the most important figures of contemporary art photography. "I have made handprint-portraits since 1993. I consider them to be as expressive as any portrait of a face, more private, and possibly more revealing" (Gary Schneider). His other handprint-portraits are collected in the lovely Artist Book, "Gary Schneider: Hand Book" (1998), published by Aperture, and the "culmination of 17 years of Schneider's commitment to making portraits of hands. For Schneider (who, in a former incarnation, was known as a master of chemical darkroom printing), the adaptation of digital technology marks a profound and telling shift in contemporary art and publishing" (Aperture Foundation). An absolute "must-have" collectible, not just memorabilia, item/artwork for Gary Schneider collectors. This framed Artist Proof is very prominently, neatly, and beautifully titled, dated, numbered, and signed in pencil on verso by the artist/photographer: "Glove 1995 AP 6 Gary Schneider". Because it is signed at the back, the signature is NOT visible in front, as many framed prints are. So a Xeroxed image-proof comes with the print, and is enclosed in its own protective plastic sleeve. This title is a great photographic print. As far as we know, this is the only copy available online, is beautifully framed, and has no flaws, a pristine beauty. Please note: Gary Schneider prints command thousands of dollars from his galleries, at art fairs, and at auction. His work is slowly but surely destined for canonical recognition. This is surely an accessible and lovely alternative. A rare signed print thus. 1 original Artist Proof. One of the most brilliant artist/photographers of our time. A flawless collectible print. (SEE ALSO OTHER GARY SCHNEIDER TITLES IN OUR CATALOG).

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        Il Riposo

      Giorgio Marescotti. 8vo (160x109 mm). [24], 648 pp. With the printer's device on the title-page and an allegorical woodcut on the verso of the second leaf. Later vellum, some light browning and spots, title-page a bit soiled, a few ink stains, but a fine copy. FIRST EDITION of what is generally regarded as the best source for the biographies of the later Florentine Mannerists and the first Italian art treatise aimed specifically at the non-specialist connoisseur. "Whereas Vasari had written his Vite for both artists and non-artists, Raffaele Borghini's published his Riposo explicitly for those who do not practice either painting or sculpture. His book enables such laymen to talk about art in an informed way. Borghini considers talking about art to be an art form in its own right, and he maintains that through their verbal endeavours all laymen may become immortal artists. His Risposo will allow them to attain this goal" (T. Frangenberg, The Art of Taking about Sculpture: Vasari, Borghini and Bocchi, in: "Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes", 58, 1995, p. 118). The work is dedicated to Giovanni de' Medici, natural son of Cosimo I and Eleonora degli Albizzi. The work is written as an imaginary conversation between four members of the Florentine society (among them Borghini) during a visit to a villa near Florence, named Il Riposo, which belonged to the collector Bernardo Vecchietti, one of the interlocutors (cf. M. Bury, Bernardo Vecchietti: Patron of Giambologna, in: "I Tatti Studies", 1, 1985, pp. 13-56). The others were two Florentine noblemen, Baccio Valori and Girolamo Michelozzo and the sculptor Ridolfo Sirigatti (cf. D. Pegazzano, Lorenzo Sirigatti: Gli svaghi eruditi di un dilettante del Cinquecento, in: "Mitteilungen des kunstistorischen Institutes in Florenz", 42/1, 1998, pp. 144-175). The volume opens with a poem by Piero di Gherardo Capponi and on the verso an allegorical woodcut. Then follow a comprehensive index of the painters, sculptors and other names mentioned in the book as well a long subject index pointing to Borghini's marginal subheadings (cf. L.H. Ellis, Jr., Introduction, in: "Raffaello Borghini's "Il Riposo' ", Toronto, 2007, passim). "Raffaello Borghini's Il Riposo is, to an extent, a continuation of Vasari's Vite of 1568. This in- tent is testified to, not so much by the verses composed by Piero di Gherardo Capponi and addressed "A' pittori, et a gli scultori fiorentini', which follow immediately the title page (where the book is explicitly dedicated to "il Sig. Don Giovanni Medici'), as by the verso of this page, which bears the same woodcut of Eternal Fame with the Arts of Design and the Artists of the Past that served as an emblem for the first edition of Vasari's Vite (1550). But Borghini's book was primarily addressed to collectors and amateurs of art, an educated lay audience. Borghini writes, "I have written for those who do not practice these precepts, but, either for use or delight, are seized with pleasure in knowing them' (pp. 127-128). The first two books contain dialogues which treat, not the artists's vite, but more general questions relating to the arts. Thus the book is of a composite nature... Borghini's conception of the "vita' also differs significantly from Vasari's, as well as from a humanist conception of biography. And, as opposed to Vasari's often discursive and anecdotal vite, which offer ample biographical detail, Borghini provides, as he says, only a brief summary of the vite of the modern painters and sculptors (pp. 249f.), explicitly referring the reader to the fuller expositions found in Vasari. Borghini's Vite are constituted largely by lists of works by the artists. But, again as he writes, he includes many artists of the present, many treated for the first time. The vite begin in Book III, where accounts of artists from Cimabue to Giulio Romano are found. Following a brief introduction, Book I contains vite of artists beginning with Baccio Bandinelli. In addition to very many Florentine artists too late for Vasari, many artists active in Venice and Rome are included, as well as ones from Bologna, Milan, Urbino, and elsewhere. The dialogues treat disparate subjects. Religious decorum is a central concern, and religious narrative and sacred iconography receive much consideration, along with erotic or lascivious content and transgressions. Artistic technique is treated at length as well as criteria for artistic judgement... What is one to make of the striking contrast between the hastily compiled, uninformative summaries purloined from Vasari and the extraordinarily well-informed and detailed lists of works by living Florentine artists? And this, despite the fact that Borghini maintains that the latter are discussed with brevity, mentioning only the principal works (p. 542). At several points Borghini implies that what he writes is dependent upon the sources available to him (e.g., pp. 249f.), but there has been scarcely any attempt to define in detail his sources and to engage the text critically. In the dialogues, following the vita of Michelangelo, Sirigatti states that he will discuss the best artists of a later time, those of whom he has personal knowledge, although it seems unlikely that he knew all the artists working in Venice whom he describes. After treating artists who have died in recent years, the book turns to artists still living (p. 551). For the works of Venetian painters Borghini comes close to saying that he is relying upon detailed written reports (p. 559). Information about Bolognese painters seem to have been supplemented by a Florentine informant, Giovambattista Dei (pp. 566f.). Urbino is represented by Federigo Barocci, Rome by Federico Zuccari, Girolamo Muziano, and Scipione Pulzone. In some of these vite, Borghini may rely on information received from Egnazio Danti, who is mentioned at several points, and whose rather obscure younger brother, Girolamo, is, exceptionally, accorded a vita, and whose historicising collection of drawings representing all the good artists is also reported (p. 566: "di mano di tutti i valenti huomini dell'arte'). Returning to Florence (p. 579), Borghini treats foreigners in Florence (Stradanus and Giovanni Bologna) and then native Florentines. Much in these vite relies on first hand information from the artists (e.g., Stradanus, Ammannati, and others), and an exemplary and more extensive treatment is often devoted to one of the individual artist's principal works. In these vite a number of mistakes by Vasari are impatiently corrected. The book concludes, rather abruptly, with remarks about the youthful sculptor Giovanni Caccini, who is presented as a hope for the future" (Ch. Davis, Raffaello Borghini and his "Il Riposo', in: "Fontes. Quellen und Dokumente zur Kunst, 1350-1750", 59, 2011, pp. 23-24; see also T. Frangenberg, Der Betrachter: Studien zur florentinischen Kunstliteratur des 16. Jahrhunderts, Berlin, 1990, pp. 77-103). Also an interesting aspect of Il Riposo is that Borghini offers in it codes of conduct for the aging artist. "The key source for this courtly image of the artist appears in that most gracious of texts, Raffaello Borghini's Il Riposo... [His] image of artists such like Pontormo, who creates a spectacle by continuing to paint in old age, finds parallel in Castiglione's depiction of the aging courtier who fails to relinquish the pursuits of his youth... In light of Pontormo's negative example, Borghini offers a mod- el for artistic behaviour inspired by the role fashioned for the elderly courtier in courtesy literature. Through a transcendent rhetoric that echoes Castiglione's characterization of the final years of the courtier, Borghini aligns artistic practice with youth and the senses, and old age with pedagogy and contemplation" (E.J. Campbell, The Art of Aging Gracefully: The Elderly Artist as Courtier in Early Modern Art Theory and Criticism, in: "The Sixteenth Century Journal", 33/2, 2002, p. 327-8). Raffaello Borghini was born into a noble Florentine family. As a young man he was connected with those Florentine nobles who opposed the Medici; but later became a supporter of the powerful family. He spent most of his life in Florence, except for a period in France (1572-5), where he enjoyed the patronage of the Jean I de Pontève, Comte de Carcès and his wife Marguerite in Provence. On his return to Florence he began his career as a man of letters, poet and playwright, producing two successful comedies La donna costante (1578) and L'amante furioso (1583) and a pastoral play Diana pietosa (1586). He also began to frequent the cultured society around the court of Francesci I de' Medici and moved in the circles of the Capponi, Vecchietti, Valori and Pitti families. In this milieu, under the in- fluence of Francesco I, he assembled a collection that included not only works of art, but also bizarre and curious natural objects, achieving a mixture of naturalia and artificialia that was typical of the German Wunderkammer. He was buried in the church of Santa Croce in Florence (cf. R. Ceserani, Raffaello Borghini, in: "Dizionario biografico degli italiani", XII, 1971, pp. 677-680). Edit 16, CNCE 7120; H.M. Adams, Catalogue of Books printed on the Continent of Europe, 1501-1600 in Cambridge Libraries, Cambridge, 1967, B-2495; B. Gamba, Serie dei testi di lingua, Venice, 1839, no. 241; Index Aureliensis, 122.394; P. Barocchi, ed., Scritti d'arte nel Cinquecento, Milan-Naples, 1971-1977, I, pp. 674-90, 936-944, II, 1982-1991; A. Blunt, Artistic Theory in Italy, 1450-1600, London, 1985, p. 101; L.H. Ellis, ed. e transl., Raffaello Borghini's "Il Riposo', Toronto, 2007, passim; G.M. Fara, Appunti per una storia critica della pittura toscana dal naturale fra Cinque e Seicento: da Raffaello Borghini a Luigi Lanzi, in: "Luce e ombra: caravaggismo e naturalismo nella pittura toscana del Seicento", O. Carofano, ed., Pisa, 2005, pp. 33-39; J. Schlosser, La letteratura artistica, Florence, 1956, pp. 349-354..

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        Io, sirena fuor d' acqua

      MILANO: ARNOLDO MONDADORI EDITORE, 1995. IED. Rilegato. BUONO. 15 22. Ingrandimenti USATO

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        Eva e il Fuhrer Una storia d' amore

      MILANO: ARNOLDO MONDADORI EDITORE, 1995. IED. Rilegato. BUONO. 15 22,5. Ingrandimenti USATO

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        Bill Clinton

      The archive includes items that relate to Kate and Andrew Bleiler. The Bleilers were in the news most notably in a front lawn news conference during the Lewinsky scandal. Andrew Bleiler was a teacher with whom Monica had a 5-year torrid affair and he was quoted as saying that Monica told him she was going to Washington to "get her presidential knee pads". Included are a photo of Bill & Hillary Clinton, to the Bleilers, signed by both of them with autopen, a photo of Bill Clinton to Andrew Bleiler, signed with autopen, an authentically signed White House letter from Bill Clinton to Andrew Bleiler, two notes referencing Monica's address in her hand, eight personal cards in Monica's hand, some containing photos of Senator Dole's backyard at the Watergate, Monica's graduation signed "Me" by her, and of Monica. In addition to the materials contained in the portfolio there are four programs from Holidays at the White House 1995, three boxes of Presidential M & M's, one box of Presidential Whitman's Chocolates, one Presidential matchbook, and seven articles of clothing including a sexy slip that Monica gave to the then Mrs. Bleiler. We will not release copies or text of the items in this group for we feel that the archive could very well garner twice the asking price in P.R. value for the ultimate purchaser. An amazing group!

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        The Stone Raft

      New York City, NY: Harcourt Brace(1995). First Edition / First Printing. Fine in Fine Dust Jacket. 292 pages. The author's fourth novel to be translated into English. One of the greatest novels of the 20th century. The first appearance of the title in English and in the United States. Precedes and should not be confused with all other subsequent editions. Published in a tiny first print run as a hardcover original only that was made possible by a grant from the National Library of Portugal. The First Edition is now scarce. Presents Jose Saramago's "A Jangada de Pedra" in a felicitous English translation. Masterpiece. What if Portugal and Spain, once omnipotent world powers now reduced to second-class status in The Great Continent, were to break away altogether from Europe and become adrift like a raft on the Atlantic? Saramago's profound and beautiful novel imagines just such a break-up (which results from a massive crack in the Pyrenees) in one of his greatest creations. "The silent dogs of Cerbere begin to bark, a sign that the universe is coming to an end. People start to wander about aimlessly. The Portuguese Government resigns as it becomes clear that the new island is going to collide with the Azores. With death and destruction seemingly imminent, a group of strangers ends up together, and their lives are transformed" (Publisher's blurb). As in all of his oeuvre, acutely so in his late, post-Nobel Prize work, Saramago re-visits and re-examines "the human condition", that otherwise exhausted inheritance from the idea and the reality called Europe and The Enlightenment, and sees it with fresh eyes through the prism of Apocalypse/"The End". Often described as a satirist, Saramago's work goes much deeper, and he is perhaps the greatest modern literary ironist since Franz Kafka. An important distinction: A satirist mocks, makes fun of, and laughs at others; an ironist mocks, makes fun of, and laughs at himself, that is, makes us laugh at his pain. "Arguably the greatest writer of our time. He throws a dazzling flash of lightning on his subjects" (The Chicago Tribune). Saramago was an anomaly who came out of nowhere, seemingly born a genius. Every single page of every single book he has ever written makes the reader feel that he or she is in the hands of an unsurpassable Master. An absolute "must-have" title for Jose Saramago collectors. This copy is very prominently and beautifully signed in black pen on the title page by Jose Saramago. It is signed directly on the page itself, not on a tipped-in page or bookplate. This title is a great book. This is one of very few such signed copies of the First American Edition/First Printing still available online and is in especially fine condition: Clean, crisp, and bright, a pristine beauty. Among the Nobel Laureates and other great writers of our time, Saramago's signature was probably the most difficult to get because he rarely left Lanzarote, the island he moved to at the height of his fame. Now that he is dead, he isn't signing any more copies. And yet, signed copies of his books, while not exactly cheap, remain under-priced as compared to those of say, Gabriel Garcia Marquez or Cormac McCarthy. While they are great writers, Saramago will be regarded by posterity as a greater writer than both of them, and there is no British or American novelist of the last fifty years, living or dead, who comes close to Saramago's achievement (except, according to Harold Bloom, for Philip Roth at his best). A rare signed copy thus. Regarded by Harold Bloom as one of the two greatest novelists of our time (the other being Philip Roth), Jose Saramago will be read as probably the greatest European novelist of the last fifty years. Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1998. A fine collectible copy. (SEE ALSO OTHER JOSE SARAMAGO TITLES IN OUR CATALOG). ISBN 0151851980.

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      Oak Knoll Press & Werner Shaw 1995 - x, 350 pages. 1 vol. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Simon de Colines: An Annotated Catalogue of 230 Examples of His Press, 1520-1546

      Austin: W. Thomas Taylor, 1995. Quarto. lxxxiv, 242pp., leaf tipped in at rear. One of 100 copies of the special first edition distributed for the Friends of the Brigham Young University Library by W. Thomas Taylor. Specially bound in quarter goatskin, with an original leaf from the 1524 Colines edition of Aristotle's Historia Animalium bearing three fine criblé initials. Introduction by Jeanne Veyrin-Forrer. An illustrated catalogue which describes 230 editions published by the first true Renaissance printer, Simon de Colines, including items that are either unrecorded by Colines's bibliographer, Phillippe Renouard, or known in only one other copy. Light soiling to leaf and faint rubbing to spine, else fine in quarter morocco and cloth. Bookplate. (Chalmers 210).

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      Les Pharmaciens Bibliophiles 1995 - Paris, Les Pharmaciens Bibliophiles, 1995 Grand In-4 (34cm x 26,5cm) de (4ff.), 128pp., (4ff.) Ouvrage tiré à 180 exemplaires sur papier du Moulin de Larroque. 150 exemplaires numérotés de 1 à 150 réservés aux sociétaires, 30 exemplaires numérotés de I à XXX pour les hommages, les collaborateurs et le Dépôt Légal. En outre, il a été tiré 40 suites numérotées de 1 à 40 dont 25 pour les sociétaires et 15 pour l'artiste. Tous les exemplaires et toutes les suites ont été signés par l'artiste. Illustré de 15 pointes-sèches par Claude WEISBUCH. En feuille à couverture rempliée, sous emboîtage illustré rouge. Exemplaire nominatif de Madame Geneviève Feneyrou-Rigal (n°107). Très bel exemplaire, couverture et emboîtage en bel état, intérieur frais. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Path To Power

      Harper Collins Publishers, London 1995 - Octavo, 656pp. Gilt title on spine, raised bands. Gilt leafs. Sewn-in silk bookmark. Dark blue leather binding. Original blue vellum slipcase. Limited edition of 500 signed copies, this being number 462. Signed by Prime Minister Thatcher on title page. The most desirable set of signed book by Margaret Thatcher are the English Edition, blue leather bound editions featured here. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        1927: The Good-Natured Chronicle Of A Journey

      Asheville, NC: Captain's Bookshelf(1995). Color Illustrations. Signed by Elizabeth Kostova on title page. Laid in is an Opening Reception bookmark, signed by Captain's Bookshelf proprietors, Chan and Megan Gordon, the publishers of the book. A limited edition of 310numbered copies, ten of which are for private distribution. This copy is no. 154. Designed by Peggy Gardner, with assistance from Dean Bornstein and Paul Hoffmann. Photographs and illustrations by Anthony Lord. Printed on Mohawk Superfine at the Steinehour Press. Anthony Lord's account of his adventures in Europe and North Africa, with his watercolor illustrations tipped in. Kostova's first book, Fine in Fine DJ, 4to

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        Tales from Africa - SIGNED

      Kenway Publications, Nairobi, Kenya 1995 - 6 + 310 pages, very nicely illustrated by a number of drawings. Tales from Africa by Major Douglas Tatham Collins, "gifted raconteur and writer", include many as a soldier and administrative officer in the Somalilands ("the legendary land of Punt") of north-eastern Africa in the 1940s and '50s. The first nine stories are all grouped under 'Somalia' and here Dougie remembers his postings, his colleagues in the services picking up the pieces after Italian rule, of his meeting his beautiful Somali mistress, of his shooting a goose whilst in the nude, of the hardships in the desert, of the Ogaden and the Mijertein, of his Samali staff and the local population. The second grouping of stories is headed 'Wildlife and Hunting', the first of which concerns George Adamson and Collins' close involvement in the funeral arrangements of his old friend as well as many reminiscences of their friendship over very many years. Several other stories of Dougie Collins' career as a white hunter in the 1960s and '70s, of his clients and the animals they sought, much on Kenya. The next grouping of stories is "Lamu" where Collins lived for some 15 years in the 1980s and '90s. Lamu is that wonderful and quixotic island in north-east Kenya, visited in a certain era by many Hippies but also lived in by many characters and persons of interest. In the final gouping, 'Reminiscences', Collins pulls together a number of stories of fascination, including several on persons he knew, the most internationally noted of such being Wilfred Thesiger. But others of interest include Peter Hankin and Percival Alan Petley, Coconut Charlie and Naughty Francis. Animals and birds are frequently the subject of Collins' memories. Cricket afficionados might be interested in a match Collins arranged deep in Somaliland, and references to wartime cricket in Mogadishu, as well as references to the Nandi Bears cricket team at Londiani in the Rift Valley. Collins, evidently a very good batsman, according to the rear cover, used to immediately ask relief officers at his bush outpost "Do you bowl?" A marvellous book of reminiscences, memories and anecdotes of decades now long gone, providing the reader now with a view on to African history. As well as the large number of drawings to augment the text, Mary Nicholas was also responsible for the excellent cover design. [Book description, copyright Carvid Books] This has now become a very scarce book. This copy is SIGNED by the author, as part of a dedication, on the half-title page - "This one is for Bill Mills with salaams and felicitations - Douglas Collins, Vipingo 1998". The author was then living in Vipingo, just north of Mombasa, and signed this copy just months before his death in Nairobi in May 1999. Covers somewhat creased and marked; remnants of a price label on rear; some production negatives internally; a few odd marks. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Salmon Fly: How to Dress it and How to Use It.

      Ashburton:The Flyfisher's Classic Library. 1995. 8vo. Publisher's purple leather with gilt motif to upper board, gilt lettering and raised bands to spine ,bevelled edges, all edges gilt, in purple cloth solander box; pp. lxiv + 510 + xlv [advertisements]; 8 colour plates of flies, numerous other illustrations), with fly in recessed oval mount to front pastedown; fine. No. 20 of 55, deluxe Centenary edition. An exhaustive guide to fishing flies and equipment, with a final chapter on casting techniques. The plates are notable for their colour and detail. This edition also reproduces the fascinating contemporary fishing tackle adverts printed in the 1895 original.

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        Die deutschen Raketenflugzeuge 1935 - 1945 : die Entwicklung einer umwälzenden Technik. ; Manfred Griehl

      Augsburg : Weltbild-Verl., 1995 - 198 S. : zahlr. Ill. ; 25 cm sehr gut erhalten m Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 774

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      Orion, London 1995 - HARDBACK - A near fine book, with a little spotting to the top page block, also with light toning to the inner page block, as is the norm. Free of any previous owner names or inscriptions. The book has been signed by the author to the title page. The dust wrapper is in near fine or better condition. Correctly priced at £15.95. There is no loss or tears, and with no toning to the white panels. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        NEW YORK 1954.1955 [SIGNED]

      Manchester: Dewi Lewis Publishing, 1995. Expanded Later Edition. Tall quarto in black boards with bold white text. VG+/VG+. Dust jacket in red with white and black text. SIGNED by photographer William Klein with white marker on glossy black title page. This is the 1994 expanded edition of Klein's original 1956 publication. This edition features almost 100 more pages and dozens of additional photos not included in the original publication. Bundled with this book is a 36 page museum catalog produced by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in conjunction with the 1995 exhibition. Museum catalog in good condition. 250pp.Shelved atop case 3April 2016 Newsletter Text: William KleinNEW YORK 1954.1955[Signed] Manchester: Dewi Lewis Publishing, 1995. Expanded Later Edition. This is the 1994 edition of Klein's original 1956 publication. Features almost 100 more pages and dozens of additional photos not included in the original. Signed by photographer William Klein with white marker on glossy black title page. 250 pages. Bundled with this book is a 36 page museum catalog produced by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in conjunction with the 1995 exhibition.9-37-1255458$500. Dupont.

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        The Capital of Texas A Legend Is Reborn

      Long Street Press, Inc., Atlanta 1995 - Octavo, 177 pp. Gilt title on spine. Gilt leaf edges. Brown leather, with impression of Texas State Capital on front cover. Brown cloth slipcase in fine condition, with gilt impression of capital on cover. Limited edition of 1000 copies, signed by then Governor George W. Bush on translucent limitation page. This is number 161. Also signed by former Governors including: Ann Richards, Dolph Briscone, Preston Smith, Mark White and W.P. Clements. Book was produced as a fundraiser for the Texas [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Picasso's Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings & Sculpture: A Comprehensive Illustrated Catalogue, 1885-1973.

      San Francisco, Calif.: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts, 1995-2013. Recent publications.(). 25 vols. The first catalogues appeared in 1995 and there will soon be 26 volumes covering 84 years of Picasso's 91-year lifespan. Three volumes (1907-1916) are in preparation. Cloth in dust-jackets. Approximately 8000 pp. with 30,000 mainly black & white illustrations. Includes many works unknown to Zervos. Titles in English and French; Spanish and Catalan for the early years. Chronology and concordances to Zervos and the major Picasso museum catalogues. Individual volumes priced at $150.000 each. 10% discount for the 25 volumes. Five of the volumes catalogue the printed graphic work and four are revisions of the standard Bloch and Mourlot catalogues.

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        Hugo Claus. Het grafische werk. Een eerste aanzet tot een oeuvrecatalogus. (Met een Vooraf door Hugo Claus en een Aantekening door Gert Jan Hemmink).

      Amstelveen, AMO, 1995. Verguld halfperkament in papieren foedraal (Binderij Phoenix). (2), 44 p. Gezet door de Poortpers en gedrukt door Gerard Timmer in een oplage van 250 genummerde exemplaren. Geïllustreerd. 1e druk. l Eén van de 25 door Claus Romeins genummerde en gesigneerde, op Svecia Antiqua gedrukte luxe-exemplaren, fraai gebonden in halfperkament en met een originele, gesigneerde potloodtekening door Claus als frontispice: een zelfportret en profil. AMO 121.

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        Borgerocco of De dood in Borgerhout. Libretto voor een opera. (Met een Nota door Hugo Claus. Met een Aantekening door Gert Jan Hemmink. Met een originele, gesigneerde pentekening door de auteur als frontispice).

      Amstelveen, AMO, 1995. Gedecoreerd karton in papieren foedraal (Binderij Phoenix). (66) p. Gedrukt door Jan de Jong [in een oplage van 220 exemplaren]. 1e druk.l Eén van de 20 door de auteur met de hand genummerde en gesigneerde, op Freelife Crème gedrukte luxe-exemplaren, met een originele, gesigneerde tekening door Claus als frontispice, een variant op de bandtekening. AMO 122.

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        His Dark Materials I - Northern Lights; His Dark Materials II - The Subtle Knife; His Dark Materials III - The Amber Spyglass; Lyra's Oxford; Once Upon a Time in the North - 5 Volume Set ***Signed by Author***

      Scholastic Children's Books; David Fickling Books, London 1995 - All First Editions / First Prints. Northern Lights - Hardback copy in maroon boards with gold gilt lettering to spine. Unclipped dustjacket in removable protective clear sleeve. 399pp. First issue points - dustjacket with 'POINT' on bottom of spine, price of 12.99 on front dustjacket flap, and 7-9 Pratt Street on rear flap. Signed by author in blue ink to piece of paper pasted to title page. Library copy, no previous owner inscriptions. Mark to ffep where sticker was removed, remains of ink stamp to copyright page, light fading to dustjacket spine. The Subtle Knife - Hardback copy in green boards with gold gilt lettering to spine, gold gilt knife to front board. Unclipped dustjacket in removable protective clear sleeve. 341pp. Number line 2 4 6 8 10 9 7 5 3 1 to copyright page. Not library copy, no previous owner inscriptions. The Amber Spyglass - Hardback copy in black boards with gold gilt lettering to front and spine. Unclipped dustjacket in removable protective clear sleeve. 548pp. Number line 2 4 6 8 10 9 7 5 3 1 to copyright page. Not library copy, no previous owner inscriptions. Lyra's Oxford - Hardback copy in red cloth boards with pasted-on titles to front, no dustjacket as issued. 48pp. Not library copy, no previous owner inscriptions. Once Upon a Time in the North - Hardback copy in dark blue cloth boards with pasted-on titles to front, no dustjacket as issued. 95pp. Not library copy, no previous owner inscriptions. (3/3) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Book of the Salmon: in two parts.

      Ashburton: The Flyfisher's Classic Library. 1995. 8vo. Publisher's maroon leather with gilt motif to upper board, gilt lettering and raised bands to spine ,bevelled edges, all edges gilt, in maroon cloth solander box; pp. xxvi + 242, 9 plates (8 coloured), with fly dressed by Henrik Strandgaard in recessed oval mount to front pastedown; fine. No. 23 in limited edition of 55. First published in 1850. Fitzgibbon was a friend of his fellow Irishman the tackle maker William Blacker, and was an ambitious angling writer. This was the first comprehensive guide to the salmon to be written and is rightly prized for the quality of the plates as well as for the clear, authoritative text.

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        Salmon Fishing with the Fly. Also a few notes on fly fishing for sea trout.

      Ashburton: The Flyfisher's Classic Library. 1995. 8vo. Publisher's blue leather with gilt motif to upper board, gilt lettering and raised bands to spine ,bevelled edges, all edges gilt, in blue cloth solander box; pp. iv + 95, text illustrations, with 'Fra Diavolo' fly dressed by Frank Myhre Hansen in recessed oval mount to front pastedown; fine. No. 11 of limited deluxe edition of 55. The publisher included in this package a copy of the ordinary edition, bound in quarter blue leather with blue cloth boards. The rear board is slightly spotted but this copy is otherwise near fine. First published in 1885 as part of the Badminton Library volume on salmon and trout fishing. This is the first publication of the essay on its own, the only written testament left behind by a man who was revered as an artist among fly-tiers.

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        Kretschmer, Katharina. - "o.T. (Rothaarige nackte Schöne im Mantel)".

      - Mischtechnik / Kohle- & Tuschezeichnung, partiell collagiert, 1995/2012. Von Katharina Kretschmer. 27,0 x 23,0 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Rechts oben monogrammiert und datiert. Verso in Bleistift signiert, datiert und bezeichnet - Sehr schön erhalten. Katharina Kretschmer (*1971 Dresden, lebt und arbeitet in Dresden). Deutsche Malerin und Grafikerin. 1991-94 Studium an der Burg Giebichenstein in Halle u.a. bei Frank Ruddigkeit und Ronald Paris. 1994-97 Studium an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden bei Claus Weidensdorfer. 1997-99 Aufbaustudium bei Ronald Paris an der Burg Giebichenstein in Halle. Seit 1998 freischaffend. Seit 1999 im Sächsischen Künstlerbund und im Neuen Sächsischen Kunstverein. 2011 Arbeiststipendium der Stadt Dresden. In Papier-Collagen entwickelt sie eine vitale Bildsprache unter Verwendung unterschiedlich bearbeiteter Materialien, wie Dekor-Papieren, eigenen Handzeichnungen sowie eigenen fragmentierten Kaltnadelradierungen und Holzschnitten. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        China Bibliography A Research Guide to Reference Works Abouth China Past & Present

      Leiden , 1995. Paperback. UsedGood. China Bibliography A Research Guide to Reference Works Abouth China Past & Present Some dust/dirt on page edges from long-term storage.

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        Dictionnaire de termes juridiques en quatre langues - Diccionario jurídico en cuatro idiomas - Legal dictionary in four languages - Rechtswörterbuch in vier Sprachen

      Nomos, 29.08.1995. - 854 Seiten Sofortversand! Gutes Exemplar, SU leicht lichtrandig, geringe Gebrauchsspuren, Cover/SU berieben/bestoßen, innen alles in Ordnung; good – fine Immediate delivery in bubble wrap envelope! Good copy, light signs of previous use, cover/dust jacket has some rubbing/wear (along the edges), interior in good condition 171020ao02 ISBN: 9783789039614 Alle Preise inkl. MwST Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1269 22,4 x 16,0 x 6,2 cm, Hardcover [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Los Crímenes Del Amor

      Seuba, 1995. Tapa Blanda. Bien/Bien.

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        El boxer

      Hispano Europea, 1995. Tapa blanda. muy bien/Muy bien.

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        PIHKAL / A Chemical Love Story (SIGNED -- THE ART BELL COPY)

      Transform Press, Berkeley, Calif. 1995 - This is the Art Bell copy. Signed by Ann Shulgin to the Nevada-based late-night radio personality on the half-title page: "To Art and Ramona / Enjoy! / Ann." Beneath her name, in a separate hand though probably with the same pen, Alexander Shulgin has signed "Sasha." The title means "Phenethylamines I Have Known And Loved." Legendary and gifted biochemist Alexander "Sasha" Shulgin formulated MDMA (originally developed by Merck in 1912 but never used), DOM, and whole families of other useful entheogens. Sasha left us in June, 2014 -- he won't be signing any more. Originally priced at $325, the price of this book was raised to $400 in February of 2017, and to $500 in October of 2017. We expect to raise the price of this book again in 2018. Totals 978 pp. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        La cocina Tratado completo de comidas y bebidas

      Llibros del Pexe, 1995. Tapa blanda. Como nuevo/Como nuevo.

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        Ogden on Fly Tying.

      1995 - Bovey Tracey: The Flyfisher's Classic Library. 1995. 8vo. Publisher's brown leather with gilt motif to upper board, gilt lettering and raised bands to spine, bevelled edges, all edges gilt, in brown cloth solander box; pp. xviii + 89, illustrated throughout, with 'Ogden's Fancy' fly dressed by Annie Douglas in recessed oval mount to front pastedown; fine. No. 7 of limited deluxe edition of 55. First publsihed in 1879, this self-published work was a small milestone in fly-fishign history, as Ogden described the floating fly technique he invented 40 years before he wrote the book and argued for a complete distinction between fly fishing and all other fishing methods. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Northern Lights: 1 (His Dark Materials) First Edition SIGNED

      Scholastic Press 1995 - Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. First Edition; First Printing. A stunning first edition/first printing SIGNED by author Philip Pullman directly on the title page. First state dust-jacket with 'POINT' on the jacket spine, price of 12.99 on jacket and 7-9 Pratt Street on rear flap. The first volume of Philip Pullman's trilogy His Dark Materials. This is a truly outstanding copy of this hugely popular book: crisp, tight, with beautifully white pages. It has never been read or even opened other than to verify that it’s a True First/First. It has been stored in perfect darkened conditions and is as fresh as the day it was printed. You really could not find a copy in better condition. A real collector’s item that will only increase in value. This book will be sent out via Signed For Delivery in very secure packaging. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Química General

      Mc Graw Hill, 1995. Tapa blanda. Excelente/aceptable.

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        Poema del cante jondo - Romancero gitano

      Cátedra, 1995. Tapa blanda. muy bien/bien.

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        Noah & Co. E. W. Heine und Helme Heine

      Berlin : Knaus, [1995]. 2. Aufl. 93 S. : zahlr. Ill. ; 32 cm Pp. mit OU., sehr gut erhalten m Versand D: 2,20 EUR Tierschutz ; Anthologie, Belletristik, Bildende Kunst

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        Por el camino de Swann

      Rba, 1995. Tapa dura. muy bien/muy bien.

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        Cà dice Áureo .

      1995. Ed. Testimonio Compañia Editorial/Cà sar Olmos Pieri/Patrimonio Nacional. 1995 - Imp. TEyPE. Madrid. . 1 Vol. . Sin Paginar pp. Folio Imperial. Plena Piel. BibliografÃa / Bibliofilia (FacsÃmil) . Obra cuyo original se encuentra en la biblioteca del Real Monasterio del Escorial, se ha hecho una edicià n facsÃmil de 980 ejemplares, numerados en arábigo del 1 al 980, con destino a los mercados nacionales e internacionales, en coedicià n con Patrimonio Nacional y Testimonio Compañia Editorial correspondiendole al presente ejemplar, el número 217. No incluye el volumen de comentario de la obra. Encuadernacià n en plena piel con dorados en tapas y lomera, asà como incrustaciones en esquinas y parte central de metal dorado. Incluye cierres metálicos. Magfnifico estado de conservacià n.

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