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Album Jacques Prévert. Iconographie choisie et commentée par André Heinrich

by Prévert, Jacques, 1900-1977.) Heinrich, André, ed

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Paris: Éditions Gallimard, 1992     ¶ Series: Albums de la Pléiade, no. 31.  Collation: In 8s (170 x 103 mm): 224 leaves, paginated [1-7] 8-443 [444-448]. Pages [1-2] and [446-448] are blank as issued.  Illustration: '601' color or monochrome portraits, views, facsimiles, etc.  Binding: Publisher's brown shagreen, spine gilt extra, peach-pink laid endpapers, brown-and-yellow headbands, yellow-cloth register, all edges trimmed and plain as issued. Publisher's acetate dust-jacket unlettered, pictorial slipcase.  Condition: As new.  Provenance: (1) Serge Gorodetzky (1907-1999), physicist, with his discreet inscription in pencil on the upper free endpaper; (2) Beatrice Reiter Leval (1911-2004), of New York, picture-collector.   ||| For further details please contact Jay Dillon  Rare Books + Manuscripts, as below.  Pour plus de détails, veuillez contacter Jay Dillon  Rare Books +… Read more
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American dictionaries of the English language before 1861

by Burkett, Eva Mae

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Metuchen, NJ: The scarecrow press, inc, 1979 ONLY EDITION, FIRST PRINTING. Originally presented as the author's dissertation (PhD), George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, 1936; only an abstract was printed at that time. Out of print. ||| Collation: In 16s (213 x 137 mm). Pp. vi, 292. Reproduced from typescript. Five facsimiles, eight portraits. Binding: Publisher's red cloth. Condition: A fine copy. References: ISBN 0810811790; LCCN 78011677. ||| For further details please contact Jay Dillon Rare Books + Manuscipts, as below. . First edition..
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Amistad. [By] Martin Van Buren & John Quincy Adams. Original manuscripts from the Gilder Lehrman collection; introduction by David Brion Davis. Published for the symposium, Amistad: Slavery, justice, and memory, . . . April 25, 1998

by Van Buren, Martin, 1792-1862, 8th president

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New York: The Stinehour press (Lunenburg, Vermont), for The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, 1998 ¶ ONLY EDITION, one of 800 copies (of the whole edition of 1,000 copies); comprising facsimiles and transcripts of a manuscript order signed by President Van Buren and an autograph letter signed by John Quincy Adams, both relating to the Amistad affair and both previously unpublished; together with a long introduction by David Brion Davis of Yale. An elegant production, designed by Jerry Kelly and printed at the Stinehour Press. ||| Collation: In 8 (229 x 152 mm): 8 leaves, paginated [1-4] 5-15 [16]. Three facsimiles. Binding: Printed gray wrappers, illustration mounted on the upper wrapper as issued. Condition: As new. .
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Amour. Édition revue sur les textes originaux et accompagnée de notes et de variantes. Frontispice gravé sur bois par Paul Baudier; portrait de l'auteur, d'après Péaron, gravé par Georges Aubert

by Verlaine, Paul, 1844-1896

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Paris: Georges Crès et Cie, 1921     ¶ FIRST VARIORUM EDITION, edited by Verlaine's bibliographer Adolphe Van Bever (1871-1925); including some twenty-four poems dedicated to the memory of Lucien Letinois (d. 1883), who was Rimbaud's successor in Verlaine's affections.This is ONE OF 1875 NUMBERED COPIES on Rives wove paper (of the whole edition of 1990): The present copy is numbered '1001'. (Series: Les maitres du livre, no. 84.)   ||| Collation: In 8s (185 x 128 mm): 90 leaves, paginated [i-viii], [1] 2-168 [169-172], including the genuine final blank leaf 11/6 (pages [171-172]).  Illustratrion: Integral woodcut frontispiece by Baudier printed in black with sepia and green, the titlepage printed in red and black, publisher's device in green, wood-engaved plate (portrait) after Pearon by Aubert printed in black on green; two headpiece vignettes, numerous decorative head- and tailpieces by P. E. Vibert.  Binding: Half brown morocco gilt… Read more
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Antonia saw the oryx first: A novel

by Thomas, Maria

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New York: Soho Press, 1987 ¶ FIRST EDITION (with statement "FIRST EDITION" on the title verso). ||| Collation: In 16s (233 x 155 mm): Pp. [v], 296 [297]. Binding: Quarter blue cloth, dust-jacket. Condition: A fine copy. Reference: ISBN 0939149028. .
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Apologie pour Hérodote, satire de la société au XVIe siècle. Par Henri Estienne. Nouvelle édition, faite sur la première et augmentée de remarques par P. Ristelhuber, avec trois tables

by Estienne, Henri II, 1531-1598

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Paris: C. Motteroz (Paris), for Isidore Liseux, 1879     ¶ BEST EDITION, only issue, of this celebrated trove of sixteenth-century manners and customs, compiled ostensibly to buttress the credibility of Herodotus but with a mind as well to satirizing modern institutions, not least the Roman Catholic Church. "Voici enfin une édition digne du grand libre-penseur du XVIe siècle: nous aimons à croire qu'elle sera considérée par tour les lettrés délicats comme l' ÉDITION DÉFINITIVE." (Brunet / Deschamps.)  Chapter 13, we notice, is devoted to sodomy and le 'péché contre nature', with remarks as well on transvestites and 'tribades' (i.178): The latter is said to be the earliest occurrence of the word tribade in French, preceding its appearance in English by some thirty-five years. A lovely set.   ||| Collation: Two volumes in 4s (196 ×… Read more
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Arakk' Feneloni [Fenelon's fables]

by Fénélon, Francois de Salignac de La Mothe-, 1651-1715

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Istanbul: by P. K'irishchean, 1882 In 8s (189 x 122 mm): Pp [1-5] 6-22, [1] 2-168 [169-170]. Errata-list at end (page [169]), verso blank. Contemporary red textured cloth blocked in blind and lettered in gilt, yellow wove endpapers, no headbands, all edges gilt. Upper hinge broken, joint sound, cloth somewhat discolored, withal a very good copy. *** THIRTY-NINE FABLES IN ARMENIAN PROSE, translated by T'adeos Keziwrean. .
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Architects design birdhouses. [Exhibition, 23 May - 12 July 1987. Auction, 30 May 1987] for the benefit of The Parrish Art Museum. [Segna Mortimer, Deborah Nevins, co-chairmen; Robert C. Woolley, auctioneer]

by Parrish Art Museum, Southampton (New York)

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Southampton (New York), 1997     ¶ ONLY EDITION of this unusual catalogue, presenting fifty-five birdhouses designed for the museum by Michael Graves ("Christopher's Wren House"), Charles Gwathmey, Richard Meier, Cesar Pelli / Diana Balmori, William J. Reese, Robert A. M. Stern, et al.  55 lots, printed estimates.   ||| Collation: In 32 (229 x 152 mm): Thirty-two leaves, paginated [1-64] (ie, not paginated).  Illustration: Fifty-nine halftone illustrations.  Binding: Color-pictorial wrappers.  Condition: As new.  Reference: OCLC 16527912.  Provenance: Deborah Nevins (b. 1947), June 1987.  < Subject headings: (1) Graves, Michael, b. 1934; (2) Meier, Richard, b. 1934; ______. >.
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Arthur Rimbaud in Abyssinia. By Enid Starkie

by Rimbaud, Jean Nicolas Arthur, 1854-1891.) Starkie, Enid Mary, 1897-1970

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Oxford: at the Clarendon press, 1937     ¶ FIRST EDITION of the first serious study of Rimbaud's career in East Africa 1881-91  =  ÉDITION ORIGINALE de la première étude sérieuse sur Rimbaud en Afrique de l'Est 1881-91; notable especially for Starkie's discovery of unpublished documents in the Foreign Office (London) suggesting that Rimbaud had been involved in the slave-trade -- a question still hotly debated today, eg by Petitfils (1984) 84n, Robb (2000) 390-92. Bibliography, pages [154]-155; index of names, [157]-158.  This is an unusually attractive copy, nicely preserved in its original dust-jacket and VERY SCARCE in such condition. (Series: Oxford studies in modern languages and literature.)   ||| Collation: 222 x 138 mm: 84 leaves, paginated [i-v] vi [vii-viii], [1] 2-158 [159-160].  Illustration: Full-page map.  Binding: Publisher's oxford-blue cloth lettered in gilt, plain wove endpapers, no… Read more
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Arthur Rimbaud. Par Gérard Bauër

by Rimbaud, Jean Nicolas Arthur, 1854-1891.) (Dine, Jim, 1935-2002.) Bauër, Gérard, 1888-1967

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In: Historia (Paris, 1955-  ) no. 242 (January 1967), pages 120-31     ¶ ONLY EDITION: This is the original magazine whose cover inspired the American artist Jim Dine to embark on his extraordinary series of nine Rimbaud portraits 1971-73, now very scarce and highly prized. In an interview with Thomas Krens (1976), Dine recalled that he had been "impressed by Rimbaud first as a still life. The Rimbaud series began several years ago when I found a French popular history magazine in a bookstall on the quai in Paris. The cover of the magazine had a portrait of Rimbaud, probably by some nineteenth-century academician [but in fact after Carjat 1871/2], and I was attracted by the way the face looked, physically. Seeing his face in a bookstall on the Seine--it just struck me how interested I was, how much he looked like a young boy, how amazing his face was. I then read his poems, and about his life, and that really fascinated me, but it was his face that I was… Read more
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Arthur Rimbaud, passant immobile. [Exposition] Bruxelles, Maison de la Francité, 13 mars - 3 avril 1992. [Essais par François Carrassan et al.]

by Rimbaud, Jean Nicolas Arthur, 1854-1891.) Maison de la Francité (Brussels)

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Brussels: Maison de la Francité, 1992     ¶ Thirty full-page portraits by various artists 1866-1986, with essays by François Carrassan, Olivier Rometti, and Jean Gillibert, also the dedication of Rimbaud's bust at Charleville 1927 (by André Breton et al) and an introduction 'D'Hyères à Bruxelles' by B. J. Ridopoulos; published in conjunction with the Rimbaud exhibition at Hyères 1991, Brussels 1992. Long out of print and VERY SCARCE on the market.   ||| At head of title: Évocation littéraire.  Cover imprint: L'Or des Îles.  Collation: In 8s (235 x 183 mm): 38 leaves, paginated [1-6] 7-73 [74-76]. Pages [1-2] and [76] are blank as issued.  Illustration: Thirty-nine full-page and two smaller illustrations (mostly portraits), after Rimbaud (3), Carjat (3), Delahaye (3), Fantin-Latour, Régamey, Verlaine (2), Isabelle Rimbaud (3),… Read more
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Articles de Paris: A book of essays

by Joyce, James.)   Huddleston, Sisley  

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London &c: Methuen & co, ltd, 1928 ¶ FIRST PRINTING (with statement "First Published in 1928" on the title verso). Thirty-seven essays, including one on the reception of Joyce's Ulysses (pages 41-47) and another on The vendor of labels (167-69) who "takes up his position near an establishment which occupies itself with the forwarding of baggage" and hawks "a rich assortment" of hotel-labels: "Upon them are written the names of the principal hotels of the great tourist centres of the world. . . . The voyager chooses for himself." ||| Collation: In 8s (190 x 127 mm): Pp. xi, 207. Binding: Blue cloth lettered in gilt. Condition: A good copy. ||| For further details please contact Jay Dillon Rare Books + Manuscripts, as below. .
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by (Nobel Prizes. Physiology or Medicine. 1989.) Bishop, J. Michael, b. 1936

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    ¶ AUTOGRAPH INSCRIPTION SIGNED. Bishop and Varmus, both of the University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco, shared the prize "for their discovery of the cellular origin of retroviral oncogenes".   ¶ Collation: One leaf (76 x 127 mm). Autograph Inscription "To John" signed "J M Bishop", written in black ink (two pens) on machine-made blue wove cardstock. ¶ Provenance: J. Stahl, of Lees Summit near Kansas City, Missouri, docketed and dated "89" in pencil verso. .
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by (Nobel Prizes. Physics. 1951.) Walton, Ernest Thomas Sinton, 1903-1995

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1991 ¶ AUTOGRAPH INSCRIPTION SIGNED. Walton (TC Dublin) shared the prize with Sir John Douglas Cockcroft of Harwell, Berks, "for their pioneer work on the transmutation of atomic nuclei by artificially accelerated atomic particles".   ¶ Collation: One leaf (76 x 127 mm). Autograph Inscription "To Robert" signed "E. T. S. Walton", written in blue ball-pen ink on machine-made white wove cardstock. ¶ Provenance: J. Stahl, of Lees Summit near Kansas City, Missouri, docketed and dated "1991" in pencil verso. .
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by (Nobel Prizes. Physiology or Medicine. 1977.) Guillemin, Roger Charles Louis., b. 1924

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1989 ¶ AUTOGRAPH INSCRIPTION SIGNED. Guillemin (Salk Institute, San Diego) shared the prize with Andrew V. Schally of New Orleans "for their discoveries concerning the peptide hormone production of the brain", and with Rosalyn Yalow of New York.   ¶ Collation: One leaf (76 x 127 mm). Autograph Inscription "for Steve" signed "Roger Guillemin", written in black ink on machine-made white wove cardstock ruled in red and blue verso. ¶ Provenance: J. Stahl, of Lees Summit near Kansas City, Missouri, docketed and dated "1989" in pencil verso. .
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by (Nobel Prizes. Physics. 1980.) Fitch, Val Logsdon, b. 1923

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1989 ¶ AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED. Fitch (Princeton) shared the prize with J. W. Cronin of Chicago "for the discovery of violations of fundamental symmetry principles in the decay of neutral K-mesons". This   ¶ Collation: One leaf (76 x 127 mm). Autograph Sentiment "Very best wishes to Dave" signed and dated "Val L. Fitch 2/19/89", written in blue ink on machine-made white wove cardstock. ¶  Provenance: J. Stahl, of Lees Summit near Kansas City, Missouri, docketed and dated "1989" in pencil verso. .
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by (Nobel Prizes. Physiology or Medicine. 1977.) Schally, Andrew Victor, b. 1926

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1992 ¶ AUTOGRAPH INSCRIPTION SIGNED. Schally (New Orleans) shared the prize with Roger Guillemin of San Diego "for their discoveries concerning the peptide hormone production of the brain", and with Rosalyn Yalow of New York.   ¶ Collation: One leaf (76 x 127 mm). Autograph Inscription "To Nancy with compliments" signed "Andrew V Schally", written in blue ball-pen ink on machine-made white wove cardstock. ¶ Provenance: J. Stahl, of Lees Summit near Kansas City, Missouri, docketed and dated "1992" in pencil verso. .
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by (Nobel Prizes. Chemistry. 1986.) Lee, Yuan Tse, b. 1936

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1986 ¶ AITOGRAPH INSCRIPTION SIGNED. Lee, at Berkeley, shared the prize with Herschbach (Harvard) and Polyani (Toronto) "for their contributions concerning the dynamics of chemical elementary processes", which became "a fascinating new field of research".   ¶ Collation: One leaf (76 x 127 mm). Autograph Inscription "To Ryan: Best wishes" signed and dated "Yuan T. Lee Nov. 1, 1986", written in black ink on machine-made yellow wove cardstock ruled in red and blue recto. ¶  Provenance: J. Stahl, of Lees Summit near Kansas City, Missouri, docketed and dated "1986" in pencil verso. .
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Autographs . . . featuring letters by Janis Joplin. [Sale no. 1890, 1 March 2001. Jeremy Markowitz, expert]

by Joplin, Janis, 1943-1970.) Swann Galleries, Inc, auctioneers

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New York: Swann Galleries, Inc, 2001     ¶ Only edition of this valuable catalogue, already very scarce, describing an extraordinary collection of sixty-one unpublished love-letters (1965) from Janis Joplin to Peter De Blanc, pages [40-50]. Selected index, page [81].   ||| Collation: 241 x 165 mm: Forty-four leaves, paginated [1-88] (ie, not paginated). Partly priced, printed price-list laid in.  Illustration: Sixty-seven halftone illustrations.  Binding: Color-pictorial wrappers. .
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by (Nobel Prizes. Physics. 1981.) Bloembergen, Nicolaas, b. 1920

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1987 ¶ AUTOGRAPH INSCRIPTION SIGNED. Bloembergen (Harvard) shared the prize with A. L. Schawlow of Stanford "for their contribution to the development of laser spectroscopy".   ¶ Collation: One leaf (76 x 127 mm). Autograph Inscription "To Nancy" signed "N. Bloembergen", written in black ball-pen ink on machine-made white wove cardstock. ¶ Provenance: J. Stahl, of Lees Summit near Kansas City, Missouri, docketed and dated "1987" in pencil verso. .
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