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Les Fleurs du Mal Edition Definitive augmentee d\'un grand nombre de poemes nouveaux precedees d\'une notice par Theophile Gautier Oeuvres Completes de Charles Baudelaire (Vol 1) 1868 Edition of Les Fleurs du Mal
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Les Fleurs du Mal Edition Definitive augmentee d'un grand nombre de poemes nouveaux precedees d'une notice par Theophile Gautier Oeuvres Completes de Charles Baudelaire (Vol 1) 1868 Edition of Les Fleurs du Mal

By Baudelaire, Charles

Paris: Calmann-Levy, no date (1868). leather. Very Good/no dustwrapper. 12mo. frontispiece engraving of Baudelaire Rebound in new full maroon calf with gilt borders and gilt titling to spine, new endpapers - Les Fleurs du Mal, being Vol 1 in the Calmann-Levy Complete Works of Baudelaire (note: text in French with no English translation) - no date but Gautier's introduction dated 20 Fevrier 1868; contains the complete text of Les Fleurs du Mal, plus a number of new poems; lengthy introduction by Gautier, plus appendices with letters from Sainte-Beuve, Barbey D'Aurevilly, and others; frontispiece engraving of Baudelaire with tissue-guard, all edges gilt; foxing to title page and tissue-guard, scattered foxing in text, o.w. Very Good.

$234.39

Van Gogh le suicide de la societe
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Van Gogh le suicide de la societe

By Artaud, Antonin

Paris: K Editeur, 1947. leather. Good-Very Good. 12mo. b&w illustrations Artaud's book on Van Gogh, published after Artaud had spent nine years in psychiatric hospitals; Artaud empathizes with Van Gogh, contending that psychiatric medicine creates madness rather than curing it; b&w plates of Van Gogh's paintings; this copy newly bound (with new endpapers) in full green calf with gilt titling to front and spine, and with original wraps bound in; produced in an edition of 630 copies (with 30 hors-commerce) - this copy not numbered; pages tanned to edges throughout; scattered foxing, o.w. G-VG throughout; leather new.

$56.37

Five Songs from The Chinese Poets by L. Cranmer-Byng set to music by Granville Bantock cover design by Alvin Langdon Coburn
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Five Songs from The Chinese Poets by L. Cranmer-Byng set to music by Granville Bantock cover design by Alvin Langdon Coburn

By Cranmer-Byng, L.; Bantock, Granville; Coburn, Alvin Langdon

London: J. & W. Chester Ltd., 1918. 1st Edition. hardbound. Very Good in rubbed boards/no dustwrapper. 4to. Five classical Chinese poems translated by L. Cranmer-Byng and set to music by Granville Bantock; text of poems by Chang Chih-Ho, Tu Fu, Li Po, T'ung Han-Ching, and Ssu-K'ung Tu, given in English and French (with footnote on the poets), followed by sheet music; cover designed by Alvin Langdon Coburn; former owner's name to front endpaper, very milf foxing, o.w. Very Good throughout; boards lightly rubbed.

$44.50

History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France from the year 1807 to the year 1814 6 Volumes Complete Set
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History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France from the year 1807 to the year 1814 6 Volumes Complete Set

By Napier, W.F.P. - Lt. Colonel H.P. Forty-Third Regiment

London: John Murray/Thomas and William Boone, 1828-1840. 1st Edition. 3/4 calf with marbled boards. All volumes Very Good throughout boards/leather lightly scuffed and rubbed. 6 volumes 8vo. b&w maps Complete set in 6 volumes of Napier's Peninsular War, published between the years 1828-1840, first volume published by John Murray, volumes 2-6 by Thomas and William Boone; all volumes 3/4 maroon calf with 6 compartments to spine (2 black title labels with gilt titling, 4 gilt devices), marbled boards, marbled endpapers and text block; includes numerous full-page plates, being maps illustrating key battle moments and strategies; also includes substantial reference appendices; to foot of title page vol 5 reads 'to which are prefixed answers to some attacks in Robinson's Life of Picton, and in The Quarterly Review; with counter-remarks to Mr. Dudley Montagu Perceval's remarksupon some passages in Colonel Napier's fourth volume of The History of the Peninsular War', and similar to vol 6; vol 1 530pp with 96pp appendices, 8 plates; vol 2 467pp (67) 8 plates; vol 3 564pp (76) 12 plates; vol 4 479pp (110) 9 plates; vol 5 581pp (41) 8 plates; vol 6 688pp (22) 10 plates; all volumes with foxing to endpapers and prelims (mild-medium), offset from maps, shelfwear to boards, o.w. Very Good throughout; leather scuffed (and with occasional minor loss) to corners and to head and tail of spine, and along hinges; leather a little tanned to spines.

$471.74

National Lampoon 1964 High School Yearbook Parody All New Material 1964 Kaleidoscope
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National Lampoon 1964 High School Yearbook Parody All New Material 1964 Kaleidoscope

By O'Rourke, P.J.; Kenney, Doug (eds)

New York: National Lampoon Magazine. paperback. Good . 4to. profusely illustrated Clever parody of school yearbooks by National Lampoon (including parody adverts, literary magazine, basketball program etc), edited by PJ O'Rourke and Doug Kenney; illustrated throughout; publishing details state that the publication is 'Vol 1 No 6 in a series of special editions published three times a year'; Good throughout (if a little tired), wraps rubbed and scuffed.

$38.57

Brooks\'s Queensland School Series New Syllabus Scholarship Mensuration for grades six and seven second edition specially compiled to meet the requirements of the 1930 Syllabus of the Education Department of Queensland
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Brooks's Queensland School Series New Syllabus Scholarship Mensuration for grades six and seven second edition specially compiled to meet the requirements of the 1930 Syllabus of the Education Department of Queensland

By Henderson, Thomas; Irish, C.A.; Bowden, L.T.; Watkin, H.G.

Brisbane : William Brooks & Co., 1931. 2nd Edition. hardbound. Very Good/no dustwrapper. 12mo. 1930's Queensland school mensuration textbook for grades 6 and 7; technical drawings throughout; Very Good throughout; former owner's name to front cover, covers lightly rubbed, small worn patch to front endpaper.

$14.83

The Old in their Knowing No. 3 of 200 signed numbered copies from Editions Koch, and with further gift-inscription by Robert Bringhurst
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The Old in their Knowing No. 3 of 200 signed numbered copies from Editions Koch, and with further gift-inscription by Robert Bringhurst

By Bringhurst, Robert

Berkeley: Editions Koch, 2005. Signed Limited Edition. paperback. Fine in Fine dustwrapper/Dustwrapper. tall 8vo. illustrated dustwrapper Sequence of poems and translations by Robert Bringhurst, based on Presocratic philosophy; produced by San Francisco fine printers Editions Koch; text in English, with Greek on facing page - English text set in Giovanni Mardersteig's Dante type, with the Greek set in Christopher Stinehour's Diogenes Greek, designed in Berkeley in 1996; being No. 3 of 200 signed copies on Hahnemuhle Biblio, Smythe-sewn, with letter-press printed dustwrapper with cover designs by Winifred McNeill; this copy with further gift-inscription by Bringhurst to title page ""a new old book in the new old house in the new old world of Quadra Island""; fine copy.

$74.17

Obsolete Body Suspensions Stelarc 1st Edition Signed by Stelarc
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Obsolete Body Suspensions Stelarc 1st Edition Signed by Stelarc

By Stelarc; Paffrath, James D (ed)

California: JP Publications, 1984. Signed 1st Edition. hardbound. Very Good in chipped & rubbed dustwrapper/Dustwrapper. 4to. profusely illustrated Scarce Stelarc publication; images in colour and b&w of various Stelarc performance art pieces, all involving the suspension of the naked body in space held by hooks attached to cord and hooked into the artist's skin; Event for Clone Suspension Maki Gallery Tokyo 1982, Moving/Modifying Suspension for Obsolete Body Espace DBD Los Angeles 1982, Trajectory Ibaraki Kenmin Bunka Centre 1983, Tilted/Twisting Event for Cone Configuration Tamura Gallery 1980, Event for Obsolete Body La Mama Melbourne 1980, and many more; various authors, including extracts from Japanese art journals; compiled and edited by James D Paffrath (with the artist); Signed in black texta by Stelarc to translucent prelims page; Very Good and clean throughout; dustwrapper edgeworn and rubbed, with minor loss to head of spine.

$563.72

The J.R.R. Tolkien Calendar 1974 Original Pictures by J.R.R. Tolkien
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The J.R.R. Tolkien Calendar 1974 Original Pictures by J.R.R. Tolkien

By Tolkien, J.R.R.

London: George Allen & Unwin, 1973. 1st UK Edition. paperback. Very Good. 4to. colour illustrations The first of the series of Tolkien Calendars published by Allen & Unwin (Ballantine had produced a calendar for 1973) - includes illustrations by Tolkien and Pauline Baynes (one full-page colour per month); front cover shows a colour photo of Tolkien resting up against a tree; lacking the original card mailer; covers lightly rubbed/foxed, occasional light foxing, o.w. Very Good.

$56.37

Household Furniture Russian Classicism late 18th to early 19th Centuries an album of 53 folios illustrated with b&w photos and technical drawings loose-bound in folder
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Household Furniture Russian Classicism late 18th to early 19th Centuries an album of 53 folios illustrated with b&w photos and technical drawings loose-bound in folder

By Bykov, Z.N.; Cherikover, L.Z.; Gimpelson, A.Z.; Zusman, L.P.; Streletsky, I.A.

Moscow: State Publishing House of Literature on Construction and Architecture / Academy of Architecture of the USSR Department of the Art Industry and Interior, 1953. 1st Edition. stapled and unstapled folios in hardbound/cloth folder. Very Good in rubbed folder. 4to. profusely illustrated Very scarce collection of 53 illustrated folios showing examples of Russian classical household furniture from the late 18th-early 19th centuries; each folio giving the name and period of the relevant item, for instance No. 1 'Red Woodchair late 18th Century', followed by a photo illustration of the item accompanied by technical drawings giving dimensions and details; also includes a stapled booklet with text by L.Z. Cherikover; Please Note: text is in Russian (Cyrillic) with no English translation, all details given here are courtesy of a certified Russian translator; titling states that the main objective of the album is to familiarize architects, artists, and students of art and industrial educational institutions with the best progressive artistic traditions laid down in the furniture of Russian classicism; publisher is given as State Publishing House of Literature on Construction and Architecture (editor A.Z. Gimpelson), but mentioned also is the Academy of Architecture of the USSR Department of the Art Industry and Interior; the folios are presented in a folder with printed cloth spine and cream boards with titling embossed to front; folios with occasional mild toning, o.w. Very Good tight and clean; printed booklet with 'Printed in USSR' stamp to front, wraps a little rubbed, o.w. Very Good throughout; folder fairly heavily rubbed and with some stains to front and rear.

$207.68

Modern Book Covers (1920\'s Russian book covers)
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Modern Book Covers (1920's Russian book covers)

By Gollerbach, Erich. Fedorovic

Leningrad: Academy of Art, 1927. 1st Edition. hardbound. Very Good in rubbed boards (re-backed)/no dustwrapper. 4to. profusely illustrated Very scarce - illustrated survey of modern Russian book covers from the 1920's, compiled and with text by writer and art critic/historian E.F. Gollerbach; 21 page introductory text followed by 75 full-page plates in colour and b&w of the book covers; no copies in Australian collections; Please Note: text is in Russian (Cyrillic) with no English translation, all details given here are courtesy of a certified Russian translator; professionally re-backed, with gray cloth spine and new endpapers, and with some repairs to front board; mild tanning to (original) endpapers and edges of some pages, o.w. Very Good throughout; boards fairly heavily rubbed, and with some worn areas.

$267.02

Fisher\'s Ghost An Historical Comedy by Douglas Stewart Illustrated by Norman Lindsay Association Copy from the library of Eunice Hanger, Signed by Hanger, and with dedication to same from Walter Stone; No. 37 of 200 copies Signed by Douglas Stewart, Norman Lindsay, and Walter Stone
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Fisher's Ghost An Historical Comedy by Douglas Stewart Illustrated by Norman Lindsay Association Copy from the library of Eunice Hanger, Signed by Hanger, and with dedication to same from Walter Stone; No. 37 of 200 copies Signed by Douglas Stewart, Norman Lindsay, and Walter Stone

By Stewart, Douglas; Lindsay, Norman

Sydney: Walter Stone & Sons, 1960. Signed 1st Edition. hardbound. Very Good in poor dustwrapper/Dustwrapper. 8vo. b&w illustrations Unique copy of Fisher's Ghost, being an association copy from the library of Queensland playwright, director and theatre personality Eunice Hanger, who also taught English and Drama at the University of Queensland in the 1950's-60's, and whose manuscripts are held at the Fryer Library; flat-signed/dated (1960) by Hanger to front endpaper; colophon signed by Douglas Stewart, Norman Lindsay, and publisher Walter Stone, who adds a gift-inscription 'for Eunice Hanger with regards 23.9.60'; apart from the Hanger association this is one of the more scarce of Lindsay's illustrated books - hand-tipped frontispiece plate and 4 full-page illustrations; No. 37 of 200 copies; blue buckram with gilt titling to front board; foxing/tanning to endpapers, some foxing to plates (mild-med), occasional foxing in text, o.w. Very Good throughout; dustwrapper is present but heavily edgeworn and in two parts.

$504.38

The Australian and other Verses 1st Edition Signed by Will H. Ogilvie and with postcard hand-written by Ogilvie\'s wife concerning the sending of the book to Selkirk, Scotland, for the poet to autograph
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The Australian and other Verses 1st Edition Signed by Will H. Ogilvie and with postcard hand-written by Ogilvie's wife concerning the sending of the book to Selkirk, Scotland, for the poet to autograph

By Ogilvie, Will H.

Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1916. Signed 1st Edition. hardbound. fair-poor/no dustwrapper. 8vo. colour plates Unique copy of Will Ogilvie's book of poems on Australian themes and also referencing the first World War - Signed by Ogilvie to title page, and including two hand-written postcards from Mrs. W.H. Ogilvie to a Mr. F.C. Fuller; at the top of both is printed 'Kirklea, Ashkirk, Selkirk', being the name of the Presbyterian Church manse in Selkirk where the Ogilvie's lived for many decades. The message from Mrs. Ogilvie covers one side of the first postcard complete and continues to verso; F.C. Fuller, the book's owner, had previously enquired as to whether he could post the book to be autographed by the poet, after which it would be sent back to Mr Fuller c/o the Bank of N.S.W. London, such that he might retrieve it before his return to Australia (or 'sunny land' as Mrs. Ogilvie describes it in the message). On a second postcard is stated (again in Mrs. Ogilvie's hand) '22 June 1955 duly autographed and book returned by W.H.O. as requested - to Mr. F.C. Fuller c/o Bank of N.S.W. at Berkeley Square London W.9 K.M.O."" - K.M.O. being Mrs. (Madge) Ogilivie; to the front endpaper Fuller has inscribed his name, followed by 'North Australia Survey Commonwealth Offices Melbourne C.2 Victoria'; poet William Henry Ogilvie spent most of his life in his native Scotland, but lived in Australia from 1889-1901, during which time he worked as a horse-breaker and drover; the Australian bush made a deep impression on him, and he wrote numerous poems and ballads, many of which were published in the Bulletin; he continued to write Australian poems after his return to Scotland, sending them by mail to the Bulletin; the current volume contains poems on Australian themes - droving, camels, bullocks, bush scenes, and a poem on Aboriginal trackers; also includes a section of strident war poems; newspaper clipping from 1963 marking Ogilvie's death is adhered to prelims; green cloth boards with silhouette illustration of drover on horseback smoking a pipe to front board, two colour frontispiece plates by Hal Gye; title page dated 1916, 24 page A&R catalogue to rear of text dated September 1916; a beaten-up copy lacking the spine and with heavy insect damage to boards front and rear; binding a little loose but boards and all pages holding; heavy foxing, especially to prelims and text block, but continuing light-medium through text, one poem with pencil annotations, two pages with heavy offset from loose-inserted leaflet; this bookseller has considered rebinding/restoring but concludes that the current condition is in keeping with the story of the book, its travels, and the correspondence herein detailed.

$148.35

White Shroud No. 530 of 1111 copies printed and hand bound from hand woven cloth by Kalakshetra Publications Press Madras India Published on the occasion of the exhibition of Francesco Clemente at the Kunsthalle Basel May Thirteen to June Twenty four 1984
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White Shroud No. 530 of 1111 copies printed and hand bound from hand woven cloth by Kalakshetra Publications Press Madras India Published on the occasion of the exhibition of Francesco Clemente at the Kunsthalle Basel May Thirteen to June Twenty four 1984

By Ginsberg, Allen; Clemente, Francesco

Chennai (Madras): Kalakshetra Publications Press , 1984. Limited Edition. hardbound. Very Good in G-VG dustwrapper/Dustwrapper. Folio. colour lithographs Poet/Artist collaboration between Ginsberg and Francesco Clemente, being Ginsberg's poem White Shroud rendered in colour offset lithographs by Clemente, published in an edition of 1111 copies (No. 530) by Kalakshetra Publications Press Chennai (Madras), in green hand-bound, hand-woven cloth with gilt titling to front, and printed on handmade paper - on the occasion of the Francesco Clemente show at the Kunsthalle Basel May 13-June 24 1984; also includes the loose-inserted 4 page folio 'Allen Ginsberg Weisses Totentuch', being Jurg Laedrach's German translation of White Shroud (revised edition), published for the Kunsthalle show; in the original acetate dustwrapper; opulent publication 40 x 31cm, with vivid full-page colour illustrations; Very Good and clean throughout; acetate dustwrapper frayed along lower edge, lightly rubbed, minor closed tear and faint white vertical marks to rear.

$234.39

The Darling of the Gods His Majesty\'s Theatre 1903 Illustrated Concertina Souvenir Programme with 6 colour lithographs by Yoshio Markino
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The Darling of the Gods His Majesty's Theatre 1903 Illustrated Concertina Souvenir Programme with 6 colour lithographs by Yoshio Markino

By Markino, Yoshio; Belasco, David; Long. John Luther; Tree, Herbert Beerbohm; Blathwayt, Raymond

London: His Majesty's Theatre, 1903. 1st Edition. hardbound. Very Good. 23 x 16.5 closed - 307 x 16.5cm open. colour plates Superb illustrated souvenir programme for the London production of 'The Darling of the Gods', His Majesty's Theatre Monday December 28th 1903; folding concertina with 6 full-colour lithographs (on 12 panels) by Yoshio Markino, and with illustration to front board of a samurai sword dripping blood, on the edge of which sits a butterfly (after a design by Sir Joseph Causton & Sons Ltd.); also includes cast of characters, synopsis of scenery, and introduction by Raymond Blathwayt; text and illustrations set on heavier paper stock backing - all joints firm and holding (archival tape-reinforcement to joint of front board); the title page reads ""Monday, December 28th, 1903, and Every Evening at 8.15 'The Darling of the Gods' by David Belasco and John Luther Long""; other details of production - Scenery by W.T. Hemsley, Incidental Music by William Furst, General Manage Henry Dana; illustrator Yoshio Markino was a Japanese artist and writer who spent most of his life in London, where he was associated with expatriate artists such as Urushibara Mockuchu; 'The Darling of the Gods', produced by Beerbohm Tree, was a piece of popular Japonica in which an innocent Princess falls for a Samurai (with a price on his head); eventually the doomed couple perish, he committing hara-kiri as she dies by his side - finally they meet a thousand years later, pardoned and glorified, in the First White Heaven; the Souvenir is a scarce item, which featured in the 2003 Bonhams auction Japanese Encounters; mild rippling to pages (presumably due to original adhesive), small worn patch to cast of characters, o.w. Very Good throughout; boards a little foxed and rubbed, light (tea?) stain to front board, mild shelfwear and one or two minor worn spots, archival tape-reinforcement to board front at hinge.

$267.02

A Selection from the Poems of Michael Field No. 15 of 50 copies
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A Selection from the Poems of Michael Field No. 15 of 50 copies

By Field, Michael (Katherine Bradley and Edith Cooper)

London: The Poetry Bookshop, 1923. limited edition. hardbound. Very Good in fair dustwrapper/Dustwrapper. 8vo. Numbered limited edition of this selection from the poems of 'Michael Field', published by The Poetry Bookshop, being No. XV of an edition of 50 copies on de Haesbeek watermark paper stock; Michael Field was the pen-name of Katherine Bradley and Edith Cooper (an aunt and a niece); their poems were well received, but eventually fell into obscurity - some suggest this was due to the discovery of the gender of the poet(s); the Poetry Bookshop operated in the Bloomsbury district from 1913-1926 and published living poets as well as selling books; cream cloth boards with gilt titling to front and spine, untrimmed pages; endpapers, prelims and text block foxed, mild tanning to edges of some pages, bookshop label to front pastedown, minor toning to edges of boards, o.w. Very Good throughout; dustwrapper fairly heavily edgeworn to top edge, with some loss, 7 x 1.5 cm loss to rear panel near fold of flap.

$103.84

Artists\' Books + Multiples Fair \'96 Brisbane 7 + 8 September \'96
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Artists' Books + Multiples Fair '96 Brisbane 7 + 8 September '96

By Grahame, Noreen (ed)

Brisbane: Numero Uno Publications Grahame Galleries + Editions, 1996. Numbered Limited Edition. stiff card. Very Good tight and clean in Very Good dustwrapper/Dustwrapper. 8vo. profusely illustrated Catalogue for the second Brisbane artists' book fair, 7 - 8 September 1996, being No. 95 of 300 copies; curated by Noreen Grahame; the introduction states how the first artists' book fair in 1994 at the State Library of Queensland was the first such event to be held in Australia; for the second fair the scope was extended to include multiples as well as books; 30 b&w plate illustrations, plus a nice dustwrapper by Juli Haas; introduction by Noreen Grahame, essays by Anne Kirker and Judith A Hoffberg; artists include Adele Outteridge, Normana Wight, Mostyn Bramley-Moore, Madonna Staunton, G.W. Bot, Ron McBurnie, Tom Phillips, and many more; Scarce catalogue for one of Noreen Grahame's early artists' book fairs, which remain important events for the genre in Australia.

$56.37

Starting Again a time in the life of William Yang Association Copy Signed and with gift-inscription from Yang to Bill Henson, and including a holograph letter from Yang to Henson
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Starting Again a time in the life of William Yang Association Copy Signed and with gift-inscription from Yang to Bill Henson, and including a holograph letter from Yang to Henson

By Yang, William

Melbourne: Heinemann, 1989. Signed 1st Edition. paperback. Very Good. landscape 8vo. b&w photo illustrations William Yang's second book of photographs; Association copy with 5-line gift-inscription from Yang to Bill Henson (to half-title page) discussing a 1992 lunch in Dimbulah, and also including a loose-inserted holograph letter (1 page) from Yang to Henson, dated 24/5/92; both the inscription and the letter refer to the death of Yang's mother; unique copy recording a communication between two of Australia's major contemporary photographers; top text block knocked with minor creases to edges of some pages, o.w. Very Good throughout.

$326.36

Things Issue 4
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Things Issue 4

By Kozic, Maria

Melbourne: Humongous Publications, 1989. 1st Edition. paperback. Very Good. 4to. b&w illustrations Issue #4 of Maria Kozic's 'Things', produced between 1988-89; being a collection of Kozic's of pencil rubbings; stiff card colour screenprinted wraps with text block stapled only to rear wrapper - Very Good and clean throughout; wraps lightly rubbed, tanned to spine, minor label ghoste genre of the artists' book; 'Things' is described therein as a 'magazine', but also falls into the genre of the artists' book; Very Scarce

$56.37

Standard Commonwealth Government Furniture 1950
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Standard Commonwealth Government Furniture 1950

By no author

no date (1950). paperback. Good . 8vo. diffusion transfer prints Catalogue of Commonwealth Government furniture c1950, no date or publishing details of any kind provided; consists of 28 pages (in stapled unprinted brown wraps with yapp edges) with images on one side only (14 images), showing illustrations of furniture suitable for government offices - ""1950 Standard Commonwealth Government Furniture"" hand-written in red biro to front cover; images produced by agfa-copyrapid method, also known as silver salt diffusion transfer, a means of speedy re-production of images which eventually led to the development of photocopiers; one page here shows a promo for Chartres Ltd Wickham Street Valley Brisbane and Flinders Street Townsville (makers of Chartex office products), which suggests the furniture herein was destined for Queensland Government offices; lockers, office tables, clerical chairs, typists footstools, filing cabinets, and more; despite the difficulties of researching such a booklet I suspect it's a scarce item! Some images crossed out in blue ink, o.w. Good throughout; wraps a little rubbed, yapp edges worn to lower edge.

$56.37

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