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        Fairly OddParents, The Volume 5: School Rules! (Fairly OddParents Cine-Manga)

      TokyoPop 2005-06-07. Paperback. New. NEW BOOK

      [Bookseller: Outletzon]
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        Irving Penn: Platinum Prints

      Washington, DC / New Haven: National Gallery of Art / Yale University Press 2005 - First Edition. Quarto. SIGNED by Irving Penn. Handsome hardcover monograph published in conjunction with Penn's exhibition at The National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, 2005. Essay by Sarah Greenough. 102 black and white illustrations. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, ABAA]
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        Gerechtigkeit, Strafe & Strafgerechtigkeit: 11. Arbeitstagung der Fachgruppe Rechtspsychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie /Bern, Schweiz / von Margit E Oswald (Herausgeber), Abhinay Agarwal (Herausgeber)

      Pabst Science Publishers, 2005. 2005. Softcover. 20,8 x 14,6 x 0,8 cm. Das Buch enthält sämtliche Abstracts der 11. Arbeitstagung der Fachgruppe Rechtspsychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, die 2005 in Bern (Schweiz) stattfindet. Mit dem Schwerpunktthema "Gerechtigkeit, Strafe & Strafgerechtigkeit" wird die Rechtspsychologie als ein an interdisziplinärer Zusammenarbeit interessiertes Fach vorgestellt und ihre Anbindung speziell an die sozialpsychologische Grundlagenforschung betont. Die Abstracts geben den interessierten Lesern/Leserinnen auch über den Tagungsschwerpunkt hinaus einen sehr guten Überblick über relevante Themen der Rechtspsychologie, wie z.B. Suggestibilität und suggestive Befragung, Diagnostik der Glaubhaftigkeit von Erinnerungen und Aussagen, Viktimologie, Mediation in Konfliktfällen oder Genese von Aggression und Delinquenz. Das Buch enthält sämtliche Abstracts der 11. Arbeitstagung der Fachgruppe Rechtspsychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, die 2005 in Bern (Schweiz) stattfindet. Mit dem Schwerpunktthema "Gerechtigkeit, Strafe & Strafgerechtigkeit" wird die Rechtspsychologie als ein an interdisziplinärer Zusammenarbeit interessiertes Fach vorgestellt und ihre Anbindung speziell an die sozialpsychologische Grundlagenforschung betont. Die Abstracts geben den interessierten Lesern/Leserinnen auch über den Tagungsschwerpunkt hinaus einen sehr guten Überblick über relevante Themen der Rechtspsychologie, wie z.B. Suggestibilität und suggestive Befragung, Diagnostik der Glaubhaftigkeit von Erinnerungen und Aussagen, Viktimologie, Mediation in Konfliktfällen oder Genese von Aggression und Delinquenz.

      [Bookseller: Lars Lutzer]
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        For Freedom

      Perfection Learning 2005-01-11. HardCover. New. NEW BOOK

      [Bookseller: Outletzon]
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        The Door Stands Open.

      Dublin: The Irish Writers' Centre Limited,, 2005. Czeslaw Milosz 1911-2004. Octavo (210 x 150 mm). Original grey cloth-backed stainless steel covers, printed in brown and black, edges untrimmed, illustrated blue endpapers. Bound into a mixed-media wrap featuring a silkscreen collage of articles from Polish newspapers in the days after Milosz's death. Housed in a folded black card case, printed in silver. Fascimile of Heaney's handwritten manuscript for Saw Music accompanying the printed text. A fine copy. First edition, signed limited issue, number 94 of 275 copies signed by the author, printed on blue and grey handmade paper, 25 of which were not for sale; a further 60 copies were issued in a glass slipcase, ten of which were not for sale. Published to commemorate the death of the Nobel Prize winning poet Czeslaw Milosz on 14 August 2004, this work features an essay on Milosz and two poems by Heaney: What Passed at Colonus, first published in 2004 in the New York Review of Books, and Saw Music, published here for the first time. An uncommon work, traced at auction five times.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        STERN. IN MEMORY OF TED HUGHES

      J. Howard Woolmer, Revere 2005 - First edition, limited to 50 numbered copies signed by Heaney of 76 total. This is copy #2. Aprx. 16.5" x 9" broadside. Designed and printed by Robert J. Milevski at the Im Press, Princeton. Unused and in Fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Tremblement de ciel. Avec un portrait de l'auteur par Juan Gris.

      Edition originale, en français. "Jean-Luc Honegger : trente reliures souples inédites", Lille, 2005, n°19, ill. coul.

      [Bookseller: SOLSTICES Rare Books]
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        Fahrenheit 451 - Illustrated Signed Limited Edition Copy #262 of 451 numbered copies

      Los Angeles: Graham Press, 2005 Book. Fine. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). 2005, Excellent Condition, Hardcover + Dustjacket in Slipcase, 152pp + Illustrations 50th Anniversary Edition Signed by Bradbury & Steadman: Nr 262 of 451 Copies Signed by Tha Author & Illustrator .

      [Bookseller: Anglo Dutch Books]
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        Sexy: Tulum/St. Tropez/Sardinia

      Victoria's Secret 2005 - Limited 1st, a folio size 3-volume set, black cloth in a black cloth slipcase with pink ribbon tie, no djs.The books are about fine except for some finger smudges on the rear pages and rear endpapers of vol. 1. The slipcase is vg+, a little soiled. A DVD is included in the rear of vol. 3. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Germangoodgirls.

      North Bay, Canada: Transformer Press, 2005. North Bay, Canada:: Transformer Press,, 2005.. Edition of 35. 7" circular book tunnel book. Constructed of Artist Bristol Board and Kizuki Kozo. Hand-colored with Windsor-Newton watercolors. Tied with satin ribbon. Text handwritten with Staedtler Gel Roller and Faber-Castell Pitt artist pen. Add on of goose down. Snowflakes hand-punched from Kozo paper. Lise Melhorn-Boe: "The reference to the Brothers Grimm fairy tale Frau Holle (sometimes called Mother Hulda in English) led us to create a tunnel book that opens like a well. In the fairy tale, when Frau Holle, who lives at the bottom of a well, shakes her feather bed, it snows on earth, hence the addition of the feathers and snowflakes. Does the blue at the bottom of the well represent the water or the sky?

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        Spitz & Pollack's new standard and movable dictionary of the American language. Abridged edition, comprising selected words and phrases, re-interpreted with full definitions

      Philadelphia: Spitz & Pollack Publishers, 2005. Edition limited to 35 copies, this being 1 of only 2 artists' proofs signed by the collaborators and with one extra moveable which was not in the edition of 35; 4to, unpaged; 9 (instead of 8) moveable hand-cut and mounted illustrations on French-fold leaves; original maroon cloth-backed blue floral Indian paper-covered boards, gilt foil bas-relief of an eagle mounted on upper cover, gilt-lettered spine; matching slipcase bound in two different Indian papers, printed paper label mounted on upper slipcase cover; fine. Laid in is a typed letter from Amee Pollack with a poignant P.S. in manuscript, as well as the original tri-fold color prospectus. Out of print.

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        Buttoned

      Claremont, CA: Scripps College Press, 2005. First SIgned Limited Edition. Leporello. . Mint. No. 92 of 102 limitation, and signed on colophon by the nine authors and Professor Kitty Maryatt, who wrote the introduction. Narrow 4to. 32 by 16.5 cm. Bound in a leporello or accordian manner, with 20 folds. Unpaginated, but 40 pp. Produced as a group project at the college. With numerous pop-ups, a volvelle (a revolving circular piece), pasted on shaped pieces, buttons aplenty. The group essentially co-wrote a story which is told with words and with the assistance of the playful illustrations and moving parts. Printing involved color from linoleum blocks, stencilling (pochoir), airbrushing, and other techniques. Binding has rainbow ribbon ties.

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        Biographical Research Methods 4 Vol Set

      2005. Hardback. New. SKU: MM-48072240; EAN: 9781412902298

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        Consider the Lobster and Other Essays

      Little, Brown, 2005. First Edition (first printing). The second essay collection by the author of INFINITE JEST -- the "search for the original, the curious, or the merely mystifying." Fine/Near Fine -- very light rubbing to the rear dust jacket panel. Signed by Wallace on the title page. . Signed by Author. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

      [Bookseller: Bill Leone, Bookseller ABAA]
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        The Leek and Manifold Valley Light Railway [Hardcover] by Robert Gratton (Author)

      RCL Publications, 2005. November, 2005. Hardcover. 21,3 x 14,9 x 1 cm. I must admit that I have long been put off purchasing this book due to the somewhat high price tag. However, I have just taken the plunge and now wish that I had done so when the first book was published. Don't be deceived by the apparent size of the photos - this is a large format book (almost A4 and best part of an inch thick with just over 350 pages) - and it needs to be to facilitate presentation of the excellent engineering drawings at a scales ranging from 16mm =1ft through to 4mm = 1ft. These feature not only the various locomotives and rolling stock but also track construction, some buildings, the tunnel portals and even fencing! Colour representations of the trains in each of the three main liveries used are also thoughtfully presented, including the NSR Madder Lake period which is not so well known. For those wishing to build models of the line this book is a treasure-trove of information and detail. The fact that the author worked on with BR's Permanent Way Department for some time might have something to do with the excellent quality of the drawings! The paper used is quite thick and slightly glossy, which gives a beautiful presentation of the many photographs, some of which are quite new to me despite many years of researching the history of the line. The depth of detail in the various chapters of the book can only be described as outstanding. This book should become THE standard by which ALL other railway histories or documentaries should be measured and can only salute the author, Mr Robert Gratton, on his fantastic achievement. My only regret is that it appears to be currently out of print. Indeed, I have already paid over the original publishers price to get my copy and expect this book to become a well sought after collectors item - it certainly deserves to be one. I can only hope that the publishers will take note and do another print run in the near future. The Leek & Manifold Valley Light Railway, had it lasted until the mid to late fifties would have probably have been a strong contender for railway preservation. However with just a short life of thirty years from its opening in 1904 to its closure in 1934, railway preservation had not even been thought of, in those early years. The railway ran from Waterhouses( 9 miles from Leek, Staffordshire) to Hulme End in the Staffordshire Moorlands, for a distance of eight and a half miles through the beautiful Manifold Valley in the heart of the Peak District. It was quite unusual as far as Narrow Guage Railways are designed, with a track gauge of 2ft 6ins and unsual, because of its purpose of being able to transport standard gauge railway wagons, loaded onto specially designed narrow gauge flat wagons which were built specially for this railway. The standard gauge wagons were loaded onto the narrow gauge wagons at Waterhoues, where the railway connected to the Leek to Waterhouses main line. These were then taken along the valley and off loaded at several staions throughout the valley, onto short sections of standard gauge track which was laid on a raised platform at most of the stations along the valley. The larger wagons were hand pushed off the narrow gauge wagons onto these short sections of standard gauge track, so that their contents could be unloaded to supply all the farms situated in this remote part of the Manifold Valley, where roads were steep and just simple cart tracks, inaccessable to ordinary road vehicles. The empty wagons or reloaded wagons could then be returned to Waterhouses for collection by the standard gauge locos and sent to various destinations throughout the rail network. The main purpose of transporting these goods though, was for milk, which was collected from farms and taken to the Ecton Milk Factory. From here the treated milk was loaded into standard gauge glass lined milk tankers, which were then taken to Waterhouses to be assembled into trains, which took the milk to Finsbury Park in London. This was run on a daily basis every morning, which lasted until 1928, when the factory at Ecton finally closed. The L.&.M.V.L.Rly only ever had two locomotives which were rather large engines for a narrow gauge line, these were named E.R. Calthrop(No1) & J.B. Earle(No2), named after the railways designer and chief engineer. They were of Indian design (after the Barsi Light Railway which was built in India in the 1890s by E.R.Calthrop) before the L.& M.V.L.Rly was begun. The locos were built by Kitsons of Leeds, who also built the slightly larger Barsi Light Railway locomotives. Besides the seven transporter wagons, there was also a lare bogie box van for produce and four large bogie coaches with unusual sloping shed type roofs and open balconies with wrought iron railings. These consisted of two first/third class carriages & two brake/thirds. These were used on a daily basis throughout the life of the railway making two and sometimes three return journeys each day with extra journeys during the summer bank holidays, which became popular with tourist after the 1st WW. The railway first ran under the ownership of The North Staffordshire Railway Company and was taken over by the LMS in 1923 when the four big railway groups were formed. Due to dwindling passenger numbers and the introduction of the motor vehicles that were now able to access the valley, the railway finally closed in 1934 and two years later the whole track was dismantled and apart from Hulme End Station, and the many bridges that sriss cross the River Manifold, all other buildings were dismantled. There have been many publications about the L.&.M.V.L.Rly over the years but this delightful book published just recently is the best book yet on this magnificent little railway. It is quite a large book with dozens of photos and lots of illustrations and scale drawings, covering all the locos, wagons, carriages, buildings, bridges,track laying dimensions etc etc, as well as many chapters detailing the planing, construction, grand opening, running and history of the railway from raising shares for contruction to final dismantling of this wonderful little railway. Definately a collectors item for all railway enthusiasts and historians alike, it can be refered to as the Bible for the Leek & Manifold Valley Light Railway now sadly lost and gone forever. You can still walk the whole length of this eight and a half mile railway today, along the former track bed which was turned into a cycle way during the early sixties. Part of the track bed from Wetton Mill to Hulme End is also a single track road which runs through the only tunnel on the former railway. All the stations are now long gone but are still tracable with the exception of Hulme End Station which was retained for council use (original building), it has now been beautifully restored to its former glory and serves as a Visitor Information Centre for the Manifold Valley. Even the old corrugated engine shed still stands and serves as a vehicle depot for Staffordshire County Council Road Maintenance Dept, which sevice the roads for the local area. Well worth a visit if you are visiting the Peak District. This book will provide hours and hours of reading about this special little narrow gauge railway which never made it into preservation. A gem of a book and fantastic reference guide for this forgotten little railway! This book is a truly stunning publication, in terms of size, format, written and pictorial content. It is difficult to believe that any information regarding the inception, design, construction, operation and the personalities involved with this railway have been missed from this book. The content moves beyond the railway boundary to encompass the needs of the Manifold valley, the influence of the Basri railway in India, through to the personalities that led to the creation of the railway, its construction and operation, the design of the locomotives and rolling stock, and interaction with its location. The many photographs are very well presented, as are the maps and diagrams. The full colour drawings of the locomotives and stock in the various liveries are very well presented, and an absolute boon to model makers. This work will surely become a classic reference in time to come. Thoroughly reccomended. ISBN-10: 0953876373 ISBN-13: 978-0953876372 Eisebahn Feldbahnen railways Eisebahn Feldbahnen railways ISBN-10: 0953876373 ISBN-13: 978-0953876372 I must admit that I have long been put off purchasing this book due to the somewhat high price tag. However, I have just taken the plunge and now wish that I had done so when the first book was published. Don't be deceived by the apparent size of the photos - this is a large format book (almost A4 and best part of an inch thick with just over 350 pages) - and it needs to be to facilitate presentation of the excellent engineering drawings at a scales ranging from 16mm =1ft through to 4mm = 1ft. These feature not only the various locomotives and rolling stock but also track construction, some buildings, the tunnel portals and even fencing! Colour representations of the trains in each of the three main liveries used are also thoughtfully presented, including the NSR Madder Lake period which is not so well known. For those wishing to build models of the line this book is a treasure-trove of information and detail. The fact that the author worked on with BR's Permanent Way Department for some time might have something to do with the excellent quality of the drawings! The paper used is quite thick and slightly glossy, which gives a beautiful presentation of the many photographs, some of which are quite new to me despite many years of researching the history of the line. The depth of detail in the various chapters of the book can only be described as outstanding. This book should become THE standard by which ALL other railway histories or documentaries should be measured and can only salute the author, Mr Robert Gratton, on his fantastic achievement. My only regret is that it appears to be currently out of print. Indeed, I have already paid over the original publishers price to get my copy and expect this book to become a well sought after collectors item - it certainly deserves to be one. I can only hope that the publishers will take note and do another print run in the near future. The Leek & Manifold Valley Light Railway, had it lasted until the mid to late fifties would have probably have been a strong contender for railway preservation. However with just a short life of thirty years from its opening in 1904 to its closure in 1934, railway preservation had not even been thought of, in those early years. The railway ran from Waterhouses( 9 miles from Leek, Staffordshire) to Hulme End in the Staffordshire Moorlands, for a distance of eight and a half miles through the beautiful Manifold Valley in the heart of the Peak District. It was quite unusual as far as Narrow Guage Railways are designed, with a track gauge of 2ft 6ins and unsual, because of its purpose of being able to transport standard gauge railway wagons, loaded onto specially designed narrow gauge flat wagons which were built specially for this railway. The standard gauge wagons were loaded onto the narrow gauge wagons at Waterhoues, where the railway connected to the Leek to Waterhouses main line. These were then taken along the valley and off loaded at several staions throughout the valley, onto short sections of standard gauge track which was laid on a raised platform at most of the stations along the valley. The larger wagons were hand pushed off the narrow gauge wagons onto these short sections of standard gauge track, so that their contents could be unloaded to supply all the farms situated in this remote part of the Manifold Valley, where roads were steep and just simple cart tracks, inaccessable to ordinary road vehicles. The empty wagons or reloaded wagons could then be returned to Waterhouses for collection by the standard gauge locos and sent to various destinations throughout the rail network. The main purpose of transporting these goods though, was for milk, which was collected from farms and taken to the Ecton Milk Factory. From here the treated milk was loaded into standard gauge glass lined milk tankers, which were then taken to Waterhouses to be assembled into trains, which took the milk to Finsbury Park in London. This was run on a daily basis every morning, which lasted until 1928, when the factory at Ecton finally closed. The L.&.M.V.L.Rly only ever had two locomotives which were rather large engines for a narrow gauge line, these were named E.R. Calthrop(No1) & J.B. Earle(No2), named after the railways designer and chief engineer. They were of Indian design (after the Barsi Light Railway which was built in India in the 1890s by E.R.Calthrop) before the L.& M.V.L.Rly was begun. The locos were built by Kitsons of Leeds, who also built the slightly larger Barsi Light Railway locomotives. Besides the seven transporter wagons, there was also a lare bogie box van for produce and four large bogie coaches with unusual sloping shed type roofs and open balconies with wrought iron railings. These consisted of two first/third class carriages & two brake/thirds. These were used on a daily basis throughout the life of the railway making two and sometimes three return journeys each day with extra journeys during the summer bank holidays, which became popular with tourist after the 1st WW. The railway first ran under the ownership of The North Staffordshire Railway Company and was taken over by the LMS in 1923 when the four big railway groups were formed. Due to dwindling passenger numbers and the introduction of the motor vehicles that were now able to access the valley, the railway finally closed in 1934 and two years later the whole track was dismantled and apart from Hulme End Station, and the many bridges that sriss cross the River Manifold, all other buildings were dismantled. There have been many publications about the L.&.M.V.L.Rly over the years but this delightful book published just recently is the best book yet on this magnificent little railway. It is quite a large book with dozens of photos and lots of illustrations and scale drawings, covering all the locos, wagons, carriages, buildings, bridges,track laying dimensions etc etc, as well as many chapters detailing the planing, construction, grand opening, running and history of the railway from raising shares for contruction to final dismantling of this wonderful little railway. Definately a collectors item for all railway enthusiasts and historians alike, it can be refered to as the Bible for the Leek & Manifold Valley Light Railway now sadly lost and gone forever. You can still walk the whole length of this eight and a half mile railway today, along the former track bed which was turned into a cycle way during the early sixties. Part of the track bed from Wetton Mill to Hulme End is also a single track road which runs through the only tunnel on the former railway. All the stations are now long gone but are still tracable with the exception of Hulme End Station which was retained for council use (original building), it has now been beautifully restored to its former glory and serves as a Visitor Information Centre for the Manifold Valley. Even the old corrugated engine shed still stands and serves as a vehicle depot for Staffordshire County Council Road Maintenance Dept, which sevice the roads for the local area. Well worth a visit if you are visiting the Peak District. This book will provide hours and hours of reading about this special little narrow gauge railway which never made it into preservation. A gem of a book and fantastic reference guide for this forgotten little railway! This book is a truly stunning publication, in terms of size, format, written and pictorial content. It is difficult to believe that any information regarding the inception, design, construction, operation and the personalities involved with this railway have been missed from this book. The content moves beyond the railway boundary to encompass the needs of the Manifold valley, the influence of the Basri railway in India, through to the personalities that led to the creation of the railway, its construction and operation, the design of the locomotives and rolling stock, and interaction with its location. The many photographs are very well presented, as are the maps and diagrams. The full colour drawings of the locomotives and stock in the various liveries are very well presented, and an absolute boon to model makers. This work will surely become a classic reference in time to come. Thoroughly reccomended.

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        The Well-Cemented Hip Arthroplasty: Theory and Practice SIGNED

      Springer, Berlin 2005 - 377pp. Blue boards with white lettering, with hip X-rays and color photo detail of a step in surgery as illustrations on cover. Appreciatively inscribed on ffep by Steffen Breusch to, Dr. Harris, an orthopedic surgeon at MGH Boston who pioneered hip surgery, and dated Sept. '05. As new. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Paths That Cross

      New York: SOOJ Press, 2005. Edition of 30, signed by the author and artist. Printed broadside on Arches paper, with two images by Path Soong. 1 vols. 13 x 8.5 inches. Edition of 30, signed by the author and artist. Printed broadside on Arches paper, with two images by Path Soong. 1 vols. 13 x 8.5 inches. Patti Smith's lyric accompanied by two images by Path Soong, signed by each, in a limitation of 30. Smith first released "Paths That Cross" on her 1988 album Dream of Life.

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        Comprehensive Atlas of The Netherlands 1930-1950

      Uitgeverij Asia Maior/Atlas Maior, Zierikzee 2005 - Hardcover in card slipcase. Good condition. Very large and heavy item. Text is in Dutch and English. One or two slight scores and bumps on dust jacket. Minor marking on rear board. Slight bumping on hardcover spine ends. Binding is sound, pages are bright and clean, and the text and illustrations are clear. AF [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: PsychoBabel & Skoob Books]
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        Encyclopedia of Early Cinema

      Taylor & Francis, 2005. Hardcover. New. SKU: MM-21616480; EAN: 9780415234405

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        Shiki In

      Aat Room 2005 - First edition first impression (one of 1000 copies) in fine condition, signed and dedicated 'Amanda Arakiss' with an additional drawing by Araki to blank endpage, no markings, pages clean, binding firm, jacket in removable protective sleeve, please see pics, PayPal accepted, any questions please get in touch. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Putting Tomatoes By.

      Minneapolis, MN: Accordion Productions, 2005. Minneapolis, MN:: Accordion Productions,, 2005.. Edition of 100. 10.75 x 9.25" with 27 numbered pages. Bound in hard covers. Housed in a single-tray box. Text set in Caslon and printed from photopolymer plates on cream-colored Zerkall. Text blocks sewn with a four-needle binding and then fastened into the hardcover casing with hand-dyed, linen thread. Bound to lay flat when opened. Book boards covered in tomato-colored Moriki paper. Ten copies come with a broadside housed in an interior pocket of the box. In the edition of 100, 60 are bound in Fabriano Ingres covers, 30 bound in Moriki paper over boards with a slipcase, 10 copies housed in a box with a companion broadside. This is one of the ten with a broadside.This edition, produced by Regula Russelle and CB Sherlock, is the second in a series of book collaborations that feature the work of Minnesota authors. The essay first appeared in "Grassroots: The Universe of Home" published by Milkweed Editions. In this essay Gruchow "questions our fast-paced ways, and urges us to see the bounty of life nearby."A series of scratchboard illustrations weave through the center spreads, depicting the tomato plant and its fruit through the season

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        Happiness I.

      Rutland, Vermont: Shattuck Studio, 2005. Rutland, Vermont:: Shattuck Studio,, 2005.. One-of-a-Kind. 8 x 6"; 4 leaves. Double-sided accordion with three double-page pop-ups printed on Fabriano Ingres paper. Materials: paint, etching ink, markers; ribbon. In paper slipcase. Carolyn Shattuck: "Happiness is a group of quotes from the artist and family members who were asked the question of what constitutes 'happiness' in their lives. The impetus for the book is derived from a Chinese quote:Happiness is when the grandmother dies then the mother then the daughter."I chose the 'explosion' format as a metaphor for the flowering of feelings when one is happy.

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        Ioannis Calvini Opera Omnia. Denuo recognita et adnitatione critica instructa notisque illustrata. (Complete set of 22 volumes. The series is divided in 7 parts: I. Institutio Christianae Religionis. II. Opera exegetica. III. Scripta ecclesiastica. IV. Scripta didactica et polemica. V. Sermones. VI. Epistolae. VII. Varia.)

      Genève, Librairie Droz 2005-2014 - 22 volumes, uniformly bound in the publisher's blue cloth with gilt lettering. (A fine and complete set.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dreams.

      Eugene, Oregon:: Susan Lowdermilk,, 2005.. Edition of 15. 12.75 (high) x 52" (wide) unscrolled; 4.25 x 15.75" (in box). Multiple block woodcut on Masa Asian paper. Constructed in a scroll with PVC pipe ends. Housed in Stonehenge black paper pillow box . Printed on a Takach etching press. Quote from Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. "I've dreamt in my life dreams that have stayed with me ever after, and changed my ideas: they've gone through and through me, like wine through water, and altered the color of my mind .

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        A Coney Island of the Mind

      Arion Press, San Francisco 2005 - Folio. One of 300 copies, signed by the author, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and the illustrator, R. B. Kitaj. The volume opens with a frontispiece portrait of Ferlinghetti in profile, reproduced from a charcoal drawing on handmade paper. First published in 1958, this collection of poems contains some of the poet's most famous works, including "Constantly risking absurdity" and "Don't let that horse / eat that violin." Bound in yellow paper-covered boards backed in gray cloth illustrated with a tribute to the Ferlihghetti by the artist, portraying him next to an all-seeing eye. Extremely fine, in the original slipcase. Prospectus laid in. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A Coney Island of the Mind (Signed Limited Edition)

      San Francisco: Arion Press, 2005. First printing of this edition. Folio, gray quarter cloth with illustrated paper boards and paper title label. One of 300 numbered copies (this being No. 237), SIGNED by both Ferlinghetti and artist R. B. Kitaj. A celebration of the classic collection of poems by Ferlinghetti, first published in 1958, this special edition contains the first section of that book: the sequence of twenty-nine poems called "A Coney Island of the Mind." Artist Kitaj contributes two drawings in charcoal on handmade paper, one a portrait of the poet in profile that serves as the frontispiece, the other a portrayal of the poet on a plummeting roller coaster, his hair and beard flying, observed by an all-seeing eye. Printed in handset Goudy Light and Goudy Heavy on mouldmade Hahnemuhle Bugra. The prints were scanned from the original drawings and printed digitally. Fine in a Fine matching slipcase.

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        A Coney Island of the Mind.

      Arion Press. Fine. 2005. Signed by author B001B3L8QU Fine. (Binding: Hardcover, Jacket: No Jacket) Cloth, 42 cm, [x] + 48 pages. Printed in an edition of 300 copies printed by letterpress and hand-bound signed by the poet and the artist. The types used are handset Goudy Light and Goudy Heavy. The paper is mouldmade Hahnemuhle Bugra. The book is handsewn and bound in boards with brown cloth and paper sides and housed in a slipcase. One of 300 numbered copies, offered for sale plus 26 lettered complementary copies. This is copy 'B'. Copy is signed by Ferlinghetti and Kitai. Fine copy with sliCloth, 42 cm, 695 pages, color and monochrome plates. Signed by the photographer on the half-title page. very good copy with dustjacket. . B001B3L8QU .

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        MARS N. 1

      D/BOOKS 2005 - Bross. ed. in-16 con sovracc. - come nuovo

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        STERN. IN MEMORY OF TED HUGHES

      Revere: J. Howard Woolmer, 2005. First edition, limited to 50 numbered copies signed by Heaney of 76 total. This is copy #2. Aprx. 16.5" x 9" broadside. Designed and printed by Robert J. Milevski at the Im Press, Princeton. Unused and in Fine condition. The images are of the broadside described and not stock photos.

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        Printing the Talmud From Bomberg To Schottenstein

      NY: Yeshiva University Museum (2005)., 2005. Published in conjunction with the exhibition presented at Yeshiva University Museum at the Center for Jewish History, New York April 12-August 28, 2005. Folio. xii, 338 pp. Illustrated in color. Printed on coated paper. Original cloth binding. From the library of noted scholar of Judaica, Paul Lawrence Rose, whose ink stamp is on the front free endpaper. This is a tight, fine book in a bright, fine DJ. Scarce in hardcover.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

      [Bookseller: Thomas Dorn ABAA]
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        High in the Clouds.

      London: Faber and Faber, 2005. SIGNED FIRST EDITION. Quarto, pp.88. A children's adventure story, fantastically illustrated in colour. Illustrated hardcover boards in dustwrapper. Signed by Paul McCartney to the half-title. Includes the wristband from the Waterstone's Piccadilly signing event, and a black nylon Waterstone's book bag. A fine copy, with excellent provenance. Oxford Companion to Literature, p.75.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington]
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        Félix Vallotton - L"oeuvre peint III Vol

      2005. AUTORE Ducrey Marina TITOLO Félix Vallotton - L"oeuvre peint III Vol. LUOGO (editore/traduttore) Five Continents Editions et Fondation Félix Vallotton, Milano/Lausanne ANNO DI PUBBLICAZIONE/EDIZIONE 2005, I edizione FORMATO (32, 16, 8, 4, in folio) In 4° TIPO COPERTINA Cartonato con cofanetto N° PAGINE pp. 1288 circa totali Vol. I - Le peintre Vol. II - Catalogue raisonné premiére partie 1878-1909 (CR 1 à 747) Vol. III - Catalogue raisonné seconde partie 1910-1925 (CR 748 à 1704) ILLUSTRATO 1800 ill. a col. 730 in b.n. DESCRIZIONE LIBRO Presentazione di oltre 1800 dipinti in parte idetiti dell'artista Vallotton Félix. Volumi in condizioni eccezionali, con cofanetto rovinato nell'angolo in alto a sinistra della parte anteriore

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        SLOW MAN.SIGNED LIMITED EDITION. NUMBER 70/100 COPIES.

      SECKER & WARBURG 2005 - THIS COPY IS NUMBER 48 OF JUST 100 COPIES. IT IS BOUND IN FULL CREAM AND BLACK GOATSKIN LEATHER AND COMES IN A RED CLOTH SLIPCASE. THIS IS A FINE AS NEW COPY. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Cross-Cultural Innovation: Results of the 8th European Conference on Creativity and Innovation

      Deutscher Universitätsverlag, 2005 - 555 Seiten DUV - 1. Auf. 2005 : Bernd Jöstingmeier - gb PP-WJA4-OTN6 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 907

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        Gemälde in deutschen Museen. Katalog der ausgestellten und depotgelagerten Werke. 4., aktualisierte und erw. Ausg.

      München : Saur 2005 - Teil 1: XI, 446 S.; Teil 2: VI S., S. 447 - 951; Teil 3: VI S., S. 953 - 1456; Teil 4: XXX, 492 S.; Teil 5: XXX S., S. 493 - 987; Teil 6: XXXII, 458 S.; Teil 7: XXXII S., S. 459 - 931, 30 cm, Teil 2-7 noch eingeschweißt. Teil: 1 : Teil 1, Künstler und ihre Werke., A - G; Teil: 2 : Teil 1, Künstler und ihre Werke., H - Pla; Teil: 3 : Teil 1, Künstler und ihre Werke., Ple - Z; Teil: 4 : Teil 2, Ikonographisches Verzeichnis., A, Religiöse Themen - E, Menschendarstellungen; Teil: 5 : Teil 2, Ikonographisches Verzeichnis., F, Landschaften - P, Nicht eingeordnete Bilder; Teil: 6 : Teil 3, Verzeichnis der Museen mit ihren Bildern., Aachen - Jesteburg; Teil: 7 : Teil 3, Verzeichnis der Museen mit ihren Bildern., Kaiserslautern - Zwickau. Sprache: deu [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le rideau

      First edition in French, one of 90 numbered copies on pur fil, the only large paper copies.A very fine copy. Gallimard Paris 2005 14,5x21,5cm broché

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        Bestiaire des pharaons.

      Agnès Vignot éditions & Editions Perrin, 2005. - Très fort vol. in-4, reliure d'édition en toile noire imprimée en blanc, jaquette illustrée (trace de coupure au dos reculée, sans manque), étui illustré, 809pp, très importante iconographie documentaire en couleurs in et h.-t. , importantes sources bibliographiques. Le livre est en parfait état. Ce livre est devenu l'ouvrage de référence de ce sujet. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pistoletto e Cittadellarte. La mensa delle culture. The dining table of Cultures

      Edizioni Corraini - Cittadellarte Fondazione Pistoletto, 2005. Le foto di P. Terzi si riferiscono alla mostra ''La mensa delle culture'' a cura di Angela Vettese, Palazzina dei Giardini, Modena (16 settembre 2005 - 8 gennaio 2006). Le foto di J.E. Sandoval e F. Allegretto si riferiscono alla mostra ''L'isola interiore: l'arte della sopravvivenza'' a cura di Achille Bonito Oliva, Venice International University, Isola di San Servolo, Venezia (8 giugno - 30 settembre 2005). Un testo di Angela Vettese. Testo in italiano e inglese. 8vo. pp. 26. . Perfetto (Mint). . Prima ed. di 700 es. num. e firmati dall'Artista. .

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        Fried Waters (Signed Limited Edition)

      Tucson, AZ: Nazraeli Press in association with The Joy of Giving Something, Inc, 2005. First edition. Oblong hardcover. Number 13 of only 25 copies. Introduction by Mark Haworth-Booth. A collection of 40 four color plates of images by Eduardo Del Valle and Mirta Gomez that look at the process of making salt. A fine copy in cloth boards with an original C print affixed to the front board and in a fine cloth clamshell box. Includes a laid in original color photograph of "Fried Waters, Yucatan , Mexico" number 13 of only 25 on the reverse side and signed by both Del Valle and Gomez. The book is also signed by both of them as well on the title page. A beautiful production.

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        The London County Council Bomb Damage Maps 1939–1945

      London: London Topographical Society and London Metropolitan Archives,, 2005. With an Introduction by Robert Woolven. Folio. Original blue cloth lettered in silver. With the dust jacket. Illustrated throughout with 110 topographical maps in colour. A hint of sunning at the edges of the jacket, else a fine copy. First edition. "During the Second World War the War Damage Section of the Architect's Department of the London County Council recorded the degree of damage due to enemy action to buildings across the 117 square miles of the Administrative County of London. Using the relevant sheets of the 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey maps, the Architect's staff hand-coloured the maps according to the degree of damage suffered by each building. The sheets also indicated the impact points of the German V1 flying bombs and V2 long-range rockets of 1944 and 1945, together with the extensive devastation that they caused" (introduction). Collected and reprinted here they offer "a unique insight into the shaping of modern London". Uncommon, just seven copies listed on Copac, all but two of these in London.

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