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    Calendar for 1945. Set of Art Deco blotters by Johnson, Gardiner

    1945. 8 calendar blotters for 8 months. 3.75 x 8.75 inches. Imprinted for Gardiner Johnson, late Speaker Pro Tem of the California Assembly, President to the S.F. Bar Association and of the Commonwealth Club.


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    $60.00

    1967: A New Year of Progress for Worldwide Customers. Wall calendar by General Electric

    General Electric, 1966. Wall calendar; staple-bound. 26 x 16" open. Featuring chromolithographs reproducing artists Fred Mason, Eric Loane, William Shields, William Kautz, Dean Ellis, Robert McCall, Neil Boyle, David Blossom, Howard Terpning, Paul Calle, Marilyn Conover, Joseph Cleary. Yellowing; else good.


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    UNTITLED CALENDAR - 2005-2006 CALENDAR

    np: NP, nd. 8.5 x 14 in. Top stapled. b/w xerox copy of pencil drawings. Very good.. 6 pp. Erotic, illuminati-influenced psychedelic drawings with 2 months' calendar at the bottom of each sheet.


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    100 YEARS OF AMERICAN COMICS - 1997 CALENDAR; International Museum of Cartoon Art

    New York, NY: Universe Publishing, 1996. Color, 12 x 12 in. Very good.. 28 pp. including covers. Each page opens with a classic color comic (Krazy Kat, Li'l Abner, etc.) at the top, while the calendar is the bottom page, with several color and b/w comics on the dates, with little bits of comic trivia.


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    VINTAGE SAN FRANCISCO - 2003 CALENDAR; The Cool Grey City of Love

    New York, NY: Welcome Enterprises, 2002. 16 x 11 in. b/w, saddle stapled.. 28 pp. Photographs by Moulin Studios. Top page has a b/w photograph, bottom has full page calendar, smaller photograph, and descriptive text.


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    1957 Appointment Calendar with prints by Museum of Modern Art

    1957. 1957 Appointment Calendar with prints from the Museum of Modern Art, paperback, $3.00.


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    The Beatles - The Magical Mystery Trip

    Artrock. Good. 1992. ArtRock. Limited Edition Set in Film Tin. 1670 of 5000. VHS new factory sealed. Map, booklet and COA included. Corner curl on booklet. COA curling from storage. Light wear and scuffing on metal film reel case. Ship same or next business day via US Mail. More Classic Rock & Roll books in my store.


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    A Holiday Calendar for Young Booklovers by New York Public Library

    New York: New York Public Library, 1997. Advent calendar. Board with cut-outs.


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    1937 Calendar. by VANCOUVER, B.C.)

    Vancouver, B.C.. 1937. 1937 calendar, approx. 6 1/2 x 7 inches, with hand colored black and white photo, very good condition. Hand colored aerial view photo of Vancouver B.C. in decorative matting with easel back. .


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    Calendar 1970 by Serizawa, K. [Keisuke]

    Tokyo, 1969. First Edition. Stiff Folder. Near Fine. 39 by 29.5 cm folder, with 12 brightly colored monthly plates, 37 by 29 cm. Serizawa (1895-1984) was a much celebrated and decorated fabric and textile designer. In 1956 he was proclaimed by the Emperor "Holder of an Important Intangible Cultural Property", a title known outside Japan as a "Human National Treasure" of Japan. And in 1976 he was appointed Member of the Order of Cultural Merit. He began issuing calendars, each different from the prior ones, in 1946, and continued to do them until his death. The artwork and appearance of the calendars is highly distinctive, with their dazzling colors, their brash, broad-brush typography, their bold, whimsical, folk art-inspired and often playful imagery arranged idiosyncratically. Serizawa was applying his artistic sensibility and technique from textile work onto paper, and the result is unlike virtually anything else one is likely to have ever viewed. Serizawa's technique, known as "Kataezome", was a traditional one that had fallen into disuse. Basically it involved stencils combined with dye-resistent paste. Serizawa also relied on vegetable colors. In reviving Kataezome, Serizawa involved himself in every step of the process. The results bear some kinship to colorful Japanese toy catalogues, but these calendars have an explosion of color and collage-like composition that easily sets them apart from these catalogues all the same. The artwork here proclaims a freedom in so many ways, and yet they are clearly painstaking in their technique and are all of a piece and relate well to one another. Light and smallish dampstain on lower edge of folder front cover. Minor creasing to plates along edges here and there.


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    (Calendar 1960) Cloisters Bestiary by Randall Jr,Richard H

    1960. (Calendar 1960) Cloisters Bestiary by Richard H. Randall Jr, spiral bound, Metropolitan Museum of Art, unused, weekly calendar, paperback.


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    Appointment Diary 1987: Monet and His World by Sutton,intro by

    1987. Appointment Diary 1987: Monet and His World intro by Sutton, Abrams, paperback, paintings from the MFS Boston, days and dates coincide with 1998., unused, color plate for each week.


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    Eva Marco's Art Work 1989 Calendar by Colby Art Museum

    1989. Eva Marco's Art Work 1989 Calendar by Colby Art Museum, paperback, unused, artist is known for painted patchwork.


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    World War II Commemorative Army Calendar 1992 by Country Roads Press

    1992. World War II Commemorative Army Calendar 1992 by Country Roads Press, paperback, illustrated with black and white photos.


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    1990 Calendar Chinese Folk Painting from Jinshan County by China Books

    1990. 1990 Calendar Chinese Folk Painting from Jinshan County by China Books, paperback.


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    $40.00

    Calendar for 1946. Set of Art Deco blotters by Johnson, Gardiner

    1946. 4 calendar blotters for 4 months. 3.75 x 8.75 inches. Imprinted for Gardiner Johnson, late Speaker Pro Tem of the California Assembly, President to the S.F. Bar Association and of the Commonwealth Club.


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    $2.00

    1974 Early Americana Art Calendar by Merrimack Publishing Co

    1974. 1974 Early Americana Art Calendar by Merrimack Publishing Co., paperback,


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    Vellum Bound Italian Notebook, with Hand-Painted Decoration on Cover, and Calendar for 1900 Within

    Italy, 1899. Vellum. Fine. 24mo. 10 by 4.5 cm. Unpaginated, 24 pp., with the left being the calendar, the right, ruled line blank for notes (Annotazioni). Handsome, unused, with lovely endpapers. The vellum is slightly bowed, as to be expected, but otherwise fine.


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    1980 (Iranian) Magic Kingdom Engagement Calendar by Met. Museum of Art

    1980. 1980 (Iranian) Magic Kingdom Engagement Calendar by Met. Museum of Art, intro and comments by Stuart Cary Welch, spiral bound, over 50 full color plates, paperback, new condition.


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    STORM P. - 2004 CALENDAR

    Denmark: Storm P. Museet, 2003. 10.5 x 15 in. Color. Spiral bound.. 13 pp. Each page is illustrated with a color print of Storm P.'s charming comic paintings. Text in Danish.


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    1995 Calendar in the shape of Japanese Screens by Universe Publishing

    1995. 1995 Calendar in the shape of Japanese Screens by Universe Publishing, Art Institute of Chicago, 1995, new condition.


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    $675.00

    New Departure Coaster Brake

    Bristol, Connecticut: The New Departures Mfg. Co. , 1905. First edition. Decorative Pin. Near Fine. Wonderful "pinwheel" calendar with comical color illustrations of elongated, El Greco-ized men attired in eighteenth century garb riding bicycles. Each month is marked by a card, most of which is dominated by the illustration. At the top of each card are four or more lines of rhymed promotional doggeril. The cards are 20 by 8 cm, and one can fan them out, with the decorative pin acting as a pivot point. The color palette is red, gold and green mostly. Scarce, with no copies of this located on OCLC or elsewhere, and the format, combined with the original illustrations, we also find quite novel. With an used mailing envelope.


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