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Silicon Geochemistry and Biogeochemistry

S.R. Aston (Editor); S.R. Aston, S.E. Calvert, D.C. Hurd, R. Macdonald, F.T. Mackenzie, C.P. Spencer, and R. Wollast (Contributors)

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London: Academic Press / Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, 1983. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. Octavo size, 258 pp. Seven presentations by noted scientists all having to do with silicon geochemistry. As an essential nutrient, and the basis of the skeletal material of certain organisms, silicon occupies a dominant position in biogeochemistry; and this book draws together some of the more important aspects of this topic using a series of reviews. (From the book's Preface.) ___DESCRIPTION: Navy blue cloth binding, silver gilt lettering on the front and spine, plain endpapers, technical charts/graphs and some black and white photographs scattered throughout the text, Octavo size (approx. 9" high), pagination: (i)-x, 1-248. There is a glassine DJ present. ___CONDITION: Volume is in fine condition, with a strong, square text block, solid hinges, straight corners with absolutely no rubbing, the interior is clean and bright, and it is entirely free of prior owner markings. There are some shallow ... Read more

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  • Edition: Limited Edition
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San Francisco: Greenwood Press, 1986. Limited Edition. Softcover. Fine. No. 31 of 150, quarto size, [8] pp., inscribed by the printer Jack W. Stauffacher. This softcover book was printed in celebration of the Greenwood Press, after fifty years of its operation, and features a selection from "Don Quixote de la Mancha" by Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616); a facsimile of a page from the first edition of "Don Quixote" is printed on the front wrap. Not found in Humphreys; none available online as of this writing, OCLC locates four copies. This copy inscribed by Stauffacher at the colophon "For Dorothy - / My very best for / 1986 & beyond! / warm embraces - / Jack / 11 Jan '86 / San Francisco" ___DESCRIPTION: Yellow paper wraps, facsimile of page 172 from the first edition of "Don Quixote" on the front wrap, pamphlet stitch, French-folded paper, title page with black-and-white illustration; handset Kis-Janson type, Mohawk Letterpress paper, quarto size (10.25&quo ... Read more

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Écriture aux objets d'encre [ARTIST BOOK - Judith Rothchild]

Sacre, James; Rothchild, Judith (Artist)

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[Octon, France]: Verdigris, 2005. Limited Edition. Stiff wraps. Fine. Rothchild, Judith. Number 4 of 10 de luxe copies (total edition 50), oblong octavo size, [22] pp., signed by the author and artist. James Sacre (b. 1939), former professor at Smith College, now residing in Montpellier, is a French poet, much of whose writing is concerned with literalism, which rejects the poetic convention of lyricism. He wrote this series of poems in response to fellow French artist Judith Rothchild's four mezzotints. The four images can be viewed in sequence when folded out and displayed in a semicircle, or read in page spreads, side by side with the poems - the work builds on each other as in these lines: "ç'est visible que chacun / ressemble a ceux d'a cote / par un detail de forme ou bien / l'idee qu'il donne d'un lien", the mezzotints are so rich they look like they would feel like velvet to the touch; this work is a joy to behold, on so many levels. ___DESCRIPTION: Origi ... Read more

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Red Thread, Two Women (Artist Book - Charles Hobson)

Sager, Paula; Hamlin, Lizbeth; Hobson, Charles (Artist); Whitman, Walt (Excerpt)

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[San Francisco]: Pacific Editions, 2007. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Hobson, Charles. Number 23 of 38 copies, oblong quarto size, [36] pp., signed by Paula Sager, Lizbeth Hamlin and Charles Hobson. From the web site of Charles Hobson: "Red Thread, Two Women is a rhythmic, flowing collaborative poem, exploring human insight, discovery and personal growth. The poets, Paula Sager and Lizbeth Hamlin, are practitioners and teachers of Authentic Movement, a practice that is concerned with the exploration of relationship. In its simplest form there is a mover and a witness. The mover, with eyes closed, waits for an impulse to move. The witness follows or tracks his or her own experience while being present and attentive to the mover. The design of the book has been inspired by the poem and evokes the experience imbedded in the writing. The string/thread acts like a drawn line and can be moved around by the reader to change the "drawing" and the experience. The reverse of the book uses image ... Read more

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Charlotte: Life or Theater

Salomon, Charlotte; Herzberg, Judith (Introduction); Vennewitz, Leila (Translation)

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New York: The Viking Press, 1981. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. Quarto size, 800 pp., with original publisher's mailing box. Charlotte Salomon (1917-1943) was a German-Jewish artist; born in Berlin, she fled Nazi Germany to live in the south of France, where she produced the 769 gouaches in "Life or Theater?". The book is a somewhat fictionalized account of Salomon's upbringing, her family's personal tragedies in the suicides of both her mother and grandmother, and her love affair with Alfred Wolfsohn (1896-1962), a voice teacher also living in Berlin. After Salomon had finished the paintings, and entrusted them to a friend for safekeeping, she was captured by the Nazis and sent to Auschwitz, where she was gassed soon after her arrival. The paintings and the texts that accompany them read like a play, as Salomon delves into her psyche and attempts to reconcile her life and work to the turbulent events happening in Europe around her. ___DESCRIPTION: Full light purple cloth with ... Read more

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Hamburg: Hirundo Press, 2007. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Saltzwedel, Caroline. No. 4 of 10 bound sets, total edition 25 (plus 2 Artist's Proof and 1 HC), elephant folio size, with 12 etchings, each numbered and signed by the artist, text in German. Caroline Saltzwedel, born in England, has lived in Hamburg since 1995 as a graphic artist and painter; in 1998 she founded the Hirundo Press for artists' books in small editions. Her works are in numerous public and private collections including the Bodleian Library, Stanford University, and the Widener Library (Harvard) among many others. Caroline's works are often paired with original, new works of poetry or are based on mythological or other classical figures. This work was inspired by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832); as Caroline wrote regarding this work, "The Four Elements of ancient mythology have been a timeless source of inspiration to painters and poets alike- not least Goethe, whose West-ostlicher Divan [West-Eastern Di ... Read more

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  • Edition: First Edition
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New York: Alvord Printer, 1866. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Quarto size, 399 pp. A beautiful memorial to the history and legacy of American industrialist and inventor Samuel Colt (1814-1862), published four years after his death. Colt's designs were to have a major effect on the move away from the single-shot pistols to the popularization of the revolver, the most famous of which were the "Colt Walker", made in 1846 by the Eli Whitney, Jr. (son of the inventor of the cotton gin), and the "Peacemaker", developed in 1872. Most of the lawmakers (and lawbreakers) of the Old West used Colt arms, most notably Arizona lawman Wyatt Earp, who used a Colt .45-caliber revolver during his time in Tombstone, Ariz., and which was probably used in the shootout at the O.K. Corral; and Wild Bill Hickok who had a 1860 .44 caliber Colt Army Richards Mason conversion. Colt's revolvers became popular with the forerunners of the Texas Rangers who placed an order for 1000 Colt Walkers, put ... Read more

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Fa Mulan, The Story of a Woman Warrior (Limited Edition, SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATORS)

San Souci, Robert D.; Tseng, Jean and Tseng, Mou-Sien (Illustrations)

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New York: Hyperion Books for Children, 1998. First and Limited Edition. Hardcover. fine/fine. Tseng, Jean and Tseng, Mou-Sien. No. 450 of 500 of the limited edition (issued with a separate print, in a slipcase), quarto size, 34 pp., signed by the author and the two illustrators. A lovely retelling of a popular Chinese legend of a young woman who disguises herself as a man to join the Khan's army to fight the Tartars. Retold by Robert D. San Souci, widely respected for his impeccable research and his ability to retell classic stories and legends for today's children. The legend dates back to ca. 420-589, in which Mulan fights for twelve years and gains renown; refusing any reward she retires to her hometown. Walt Disney Pictures released a film in 1998 based on this book, in the film "Mulan". Illustrated by the Chinese husband-and-wife team whose illustrations have received high praise, including an ALA Notable. A lovely book with a story to inspire young children who dream of being he ... Read more

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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

San Souci, Robert D.; San Souci, Daniel (Illustrations)

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New York: Doubleday & Company, 1986. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. San Souci, Daniel. Quarto size, [32] pp., signed by Robert D. San Souci and Daniel San Souci. The classic gothic story is retold and brought to life by Robert D. San Souci (1946-2014) and Daniel San Souci, two brothers who often collaborated to create children's books; Robert San Souci was the author of numerous books for children, as well as the story of the popular Disney film "Mulan". Daniel San Souci illustrates the book with colourful and detailed scenes of eighteenth-century America, equally capturing the charms of Ichabod Crane and the terror and mystery of the Headless Horseman. This volume is inscribed by both author and illustrator, with original artwork by Daniel San Souci on the front free endpaper, and a heartwarming inscription by Robert D. San Souci on the copyright page to a former owner, an employee at Books, Inc. ___DESCRIPTION: Full blue cloth, yellow and white lettering and colour illustration inside a yello ... Read more

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Two Bear Cubs (Limited Edition, SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATOR)

San Souci, Robert D.; San Souci, Daniel (Illustrations)

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Yosemite National Park, CA: Yosemite Association, 1997. Limited Edition. Hardcover. fine/fine. San Souci, Daniel. No. 163 of 200 (in a slipcase), quarto size, 36 pp., signed by the author and illustrator. An authentic Southern Sierra Miwok legend, retold by master storyteller Robert D. San Souci. The story tells of two bear cubs who go missing in the Yosemite Valley, the search for them by their animal friends, and how the least of them, the tiny Measuring Worm, is instrumental in saving them. The San Souci brothers, Robert and Daniel, are California natives who visited Yosemite during annual summer visits and developed a love for the valley, its animals, and its native Miwok history. Robert is the author of more than 60 books and has received two Caldecott Honors, among many other awards; Daniel is the award-winning artist of nearly forty children's books and teaches art at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco. A wonderful collaboration, delightfully bringing to life this Native American leg ... Read more

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De Civitate Dei Contra Paganos, Libri XXII [The City of God, or The City of God Against the Pagans]

Sancti Aurelii Augustini [St. Augustine, Augustine of Hippo]; Weyman, Carl, Dr. (Editor); Simons, Anna (Initials)

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[Munich]: [Bremer Press], 1925. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Simons, Anna. No. 333 of 385 copies, folio size, 690 pp. Saint Augustine of Hippo is arguably the most influential Christian theologian in the entire two thousand years of Church history; his best known works are his "Confessions" and this, The City of God, which serves as a cornerstone of Western thought. In it Augustine discusses many of the profound questions of theology, such as the suffering of the righteous, the existence of evil, the conflict between free will and divine omniscience, and the doctrine of original sin (n. b., from Wikipedia). This copy, published by the Bremer Press and printed entirely in Latin (with occasional Greek), was the third book of their "Folio Series", the first two being Dante's Divine Comedy in 1921 and Homer's Iliad in 1923. A starkly handsome production with intial capital letters by Anna Simons; in "A Century for the Century" the editors describe this work as ... Read more

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  • Edition: First Edition
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New York: Harcourt, Brace & Company, 1939. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. First trade edition, octavo size, 2572 total pp. American author Carl Sandburg (1878-1967) won the Pulitzer Prize for History in 1940 for this four-volume biography on one of the United State's most influential presidents; these books deal predominately with Abraham Lincoln's presidency and the American Civil War. Sandburg, best known for his poetry about the city of Chicago, Illinois, published a total of six volumes about Lincoln's life, including the two-volume set, "The Prairie Years", which preceded "The War Years"; at the time, Sandburg was often credited with being one of the primary sources of biographical information on Lincoln for most Americans. This the first trade edition, published after the deluxe limited edition of 525 copies. ___DESCRIPTION: Full dark grey cloth, blind-embossed lettering on the front board, gilt rules and lettering on the spine, top edge stained yellow, ... Read more

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The Fiscal Hoboes

Saroyan, William; Angelo, Valenti (Artist and Printer)

  • Edition: 1st Edition
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New York: The Press of Valenti Angelo, 1949. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Angelo, Valenti. Number 27 of 250 copies, quarto size, [16] pp., signed by Saroyan and Angelo. A short prose piece about Fresno and some of its "hoboes", by novelist William Saroyan (1908-1981), winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1940, and one of the best-known Armenian-American authors. A moralistic tale about the value of laughter in life. Heightened with two decorations by Valenti Angelo, who also printed the book. Valenti Angelo (1897-1982), born in Italy, moved to San Francisco when he was nineteen years old, and ten years later, began cutting and printing book plates. He worked for many years for the Grabhorn Press, expanding in later years to many other publishers; during his career he illustrated approximately 250 books as well as printing a number of titles under the imprints "The Golden Cross Press" and "The Press of Valenti Angelo", of which this volume is one. ___DESCRIPTION: O ... Read more

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A Christmas Psalm, 1935

Saroyan, William

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[San Francisco]: [Printed by the Grabhorn Press for Gelber, Lilienthal, Inc.], 1935. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Very good. Number 149 of 200 copies, quarto size, [6] pp., signed by William Saroyan. A fine example of printing from the Grabhorn Press, and of prose from American novelist William Saroyan (1908-1981), winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1940, and one of the best-known Armenian-American authors. This short story was written only a year after Saroyan made his breakthrough in "Story" magazine with "The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze" (1934), and is a heart-warming, thoughtful discourse on the season: "In 1935, in the great wastes of America, undiscovered, there shall be inward laughter and endless innocence. . .the clamor of great men and fools ends in the silence of life beginning again, and for an hour, Lord, there is purity. . .". ___DESCRIPTION: Original brown paper covered boards, title and author's name stamped in brown to upper board, title ... Read more

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The Departure of the Argonaut

Savinio, Alberto [Andrea Francesco Alberto deChirico] (Author); Scrivani, George (Translator); Clemente, Francesco (Artist)

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(London): Petersburg Press, 1986. Limited Edition. Soft cover. Fine. Clemente, Francesco. No. 98 of 200, total 288, double elephant size, signed by artist Francesco Clemente. In this volume, Clemente has illuminated Alberto Savinio's (1891-1952) autobiographical wartime voyage in 1917. By overlaying words with brightly coloured images and colours, Clemente creates an energy and rhythm to augment the author's expansive musings. Clemente used an considerable range of lithographic techniques including stones, aluminum plates, and acetates. He drew with standard litho crayons and tuesche, but also used graphite and graphite washes, rapidographs and pen and ink, transfer paper and various blotting techniques, achieving a remarkable variety of visual effects (N. B., info from Museum of Modern Art, 1986). Acting as a dark shaman of the post-modern era while reacting against the dominance of increasing abstraction in preceding generations, Francesco Clemente (b. 1952) helped reinvigorate painting by using ... Read more

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  • Edition: First Edition
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1993. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. Say, Allen. Quarto size, 32 pp. A heart-wrenching story of a grandfather and grandson, both of whom love two lands; Japan and America. The story opens with the author's grandfather immigrating from Japan, exploring America, and eventually returning to his homeland. Whenever he is in one country, he longs for the other. This longing carries over through his daughter to his grandson, the narrator, who also travels to America and, once there, misses Japan. A touching story of immigration that affected three generations of one family, written and illustrated with beautiful watercolour paintings by Allen Say, and winner of the 1994 Caldecott Medal. Mr. Say was born in Yokohama, Japan, and himself emmigrated to San Francisco at the age of sixteen; he is a well-known author and illustrator, having also written "Tree of Cranes", selected as an ALA Notable Children's Book. ___DESCRIPTION: Original quarter brown clot ... Read more

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King, Queen, Knight and Pawn (Remarkable Masters of Chess)

Sayenko, Dmitry; Bodman, Sarah and Veres, Paul (Text Adaptation)

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St. Petersburg: Dmitry Sayenko, 2019. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Sayenko, Dmitry. No. 1 of 20, oblong octavo size, approx. [40] pp., signed by Dmitry Sayenko on the colophon. The game of chess has a nuanced and fascinating history, and Dmitry Sayenko presents an engaging account of the development of the game, copiously illustrated with Dmitry's stunning linocuts; each page is filled with illustrations of the varied characters and versions of chess described in the text. Dmitry's illustrative style perfectly captures the flurry of anecdotes and the history of chess that fill the book; the visual aesthetic of the linocuts, as they weave throughout the text and spread across pages, is as necessary to experiencing the book as the actual comprehension of the words. Dmitry not only illustrates the books and prints the text by hand, but he also designs and binds the books himself; this volume comes in a lovely slipcase made of wood, with checkerboard patterns printed on the front and rear side, a ... Read more

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The Royal Hunt, Selected Historical Observations

Sayenko, Dmitry (Author and Book Artist); Bodman, Sarah (Editor)

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Saint Petersburg: [Dmitry Sayenko], 2016. First and Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Sayenko, Dmitry. Number 9 of 15, folio, 44 pp., signed by Dmitry Sayenko. Dmitry Sayenko (b. 1965 in Kiev) learned a love of book illustration from his father, a book illustrator himself, by watching him at work. In 1995 Dmitry graduated from the Mukhina Art School, St. Petersburg, where he still lives and works and in 1993 he began to work in the artist book field while he continues to teach. For most of his books, Dmitry not only designs the book, but makes the cuts, prints and binds the books, and for several also makes the paper. His works are in private collections as well as institutions around the world, including the Russian National Library, the Staatsbibliotheck, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Birmingham Museum of Art, the Van Abbemuseum, and the Eoun-ho Kim Collection, among others. Dmitry's illustrations are powerful and evocative, and in addition to wood and linocuts he uses other media such as pi ... Read more

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Even the Parrot, Exemplary Conversations for Enlightened Children

Sayers, Dorothy L.; Sillince, [William A.] (Illustrations)

  • Edition: 1st Edition
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London: Methuen & Co. Ltd, 1944. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. Duodecimo size, 64 pp. Dorothy Leigh Sayers (1893-1957) introduced Lord Peter Wimsey to the world with her first novel, "Whose Body", published in 1923. She went on to eventually author almost eighty works, including both fiction and non-fiction, Christian essays, poetry, plays, and translations (her personal favourite was her translation of Dante). This volume, "Even the Parrot", is comprised of five linked short stories about two "enlightened" children and various animals: the canary, the cat, the bee, the boa-constrictor (yes), and the rabbit. As Ms. Sayers states in her foreword, "I venture to present a few 'Exemplary Conversations' in the traditional manner, based on my Nurse's hypothesis that God has given wisdom to the animal creation". With illustrations by "Sillince" - William Augustus Sillince (1906-1974) who worked as a freelance cartoonist, contrib ... Read more

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Roman Blood

Saylor, Steven

  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Fine
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New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/near fine. First printing, octavo size, 367 pp., signed by Steven Saylor. The ancient civilisation of Rome has inspired countless representations of its histories, as well as fiction set during that time; a notable author of historical fiction, Steven Saylor (b. 1956) is best known for his "Roma Sub Rosa" ("Rome under the rose") mystery series, the first of which is this title, "Roman Blood". A riveting murder mystery, the book is set during the rule of Roman dictator Lucius Cornelia Sulla Felix, known as Sulla, and follows the sleuthing of the protagonist Gordianus the Finder, who features in the subsequent books in the series. ___DESCRIPTION: Full black paper, gilt lettering on the spine, black-and-white double-page map titled "Rome At the Time of Sulla's Dictatorship, 80 B.C." preceding the first chapter; octavo size (8.5" by 5.5"), pagination: [i-vi] vii [viii-x] [1-2] 3-357, ... Read more

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