• # 17332


    [BROADSIDE] Great Living Wonders! / Immense Attraction / The Wild Australian Children

    are Evidently of a Cannibal Race! / Judging From Their Natural Proclivities, Their Long Sharp Teeth, etc. / Perhaps the Only Specimen From That Country Now Living … These Wonders of All Wonders were captured about 7 years ago by a party of gold hunters in the mountainous regions of Australia … Can Be Seen In a …

  • # 17297


    New facts about marijuana

    Pasadena, California : Ambassador College Press, 1970. Octavo, pictorial wrappers (rubbed), staple bound, previous owner’s inscription to inside front wrapper, 48 pp, illustrated in colour and black-and-white; a good copy.

  • # 17298

    BRANDON, Joan

    Art of hypnotism (Successful hypnotism)

    New York : Fawcett, 1956. Small quarto, pictorial wrappers (lightly rubbed and creased), 96 pp, illustrated; a good copy. Includes sections on the use of hypnosis in medicine and psychiatry.

  • # 16715

    [SWEDISH UNDERGOUND] Huvudbladet

    Stockholm : Huvudbladet, 1971-1972. Issues 1 – 4 (all published). Folio newspaper, photo montage and comic strip illustrations (some colour), the first issue with large format (390 x 550 mm) insert photographic poster by Hans Esselius of Jimi Hendrix with printed lyrics of Pass it on (Straight Ahead); all issues in fine condition. Rare complete …

  • # 16710

    REGILD, Carsten (1941-1992)

    Nekropolis : Carsten Regild / Moderna Museet

    Stockholm : Moderna Museet, 1972. Catalog of an exhibition held May 6-June 11, 1972 at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm. Oblong quarto, original pictorial wraps, rivet bound, 18 leaves, with a series of tipped-in colour and monochrome illustrations on the left hand pages and roneo printed facing pages; housed in original envelope with artist’s skull-and-cross-bone design stamped …

  • # 16718


    Stockholm : Bazaar, 1967. Numbers 1 (March 10-23) and 2 (March 28-April 14) (all published). Folio newspaper, photographic and comic strip illustrations, both issues in fine condition. The only two issues of this Swedish counterculture newspaper to be published. Number 1 contains an interview with Paul McCartney, essays on LSD in Stockholm and the contemporary …

  • # 17210

    [NEVILLE, Richard; SHARP, Martin]

    Oz magazine, Sydney. Issue no. 25. January, 1966.

    Sydney : Oz Publications Ink Limited, January 1966. Quarto, staple bound, printed in black ink, 20 pp, upper wrapper with light staining, otherwise a good copy. The Australian satirical magazine Oz was an important phenomenon of the underground press of the 1960s and early 1970s. Initially edited by Richard Neville, Richard Walsh and the artist …

  • # 16893


    [POSTER] Internationale solidariteit met het volk van Cambodja

    [= International solidarity with the people of Cambodia]. Nijmegen : Vriendschapsvereniging Nederland-Cambodja, [1974]. Poster, screenprint, 590 x 410 mm, unbacked; in very good condition. The Netherlands-Cambodia Friendship Society was founded in January 1974, at the height of the Cambodian Civil War. On this poster its aims are stated as being ‘to work with anyone who …

  • # 16898


    [ANTI-APARTHEID POSTER] Demonstratie : Steun het verzet in Zuid Afrika! Geen steun aan het racisties regime! 28 augustus / 14 uur. Amsterdam. Vertrek: Westermarkt.

    [= Support the resistance in South Africa! No support for the racist regime!]. [Amsterdam] : Anti-Apartheids Beweging, [c1970]. Poster, screenprint, 580 x 410 mm, unbacked; mild creasing at top corners, otherwise in very good condition. Poster advertising a rally in Amsterdam against Apartheid in South Africa.

  • # 16896

    SPIT, Jan

    [POSTER] Cuba dag : K.W.J. gebouw, 29 april, aanvang 2 uur.

    Tilburg [Netherlands] : Rode Zeef, Tom Leeuwenberg, [1978]. Poster, screenprint, 690 x 490 mm, unbacked; mild corner creasing, otherwise in good condition. Poster advertising a celebration of Cuban culture at De Katholieke Hogeschool, Tilburg (KHT), as an act of solidarity with the Cuban people,

  • # 16899


    [POSTER] Russia 1917

    [United Kingdom] : s.n., [1977?]. Poster, screenprint, 630 x 440 mm, unbacked; mild wear at the corners, otherwise in good condition. Constructivist-inspired Socialist poster issued in conjunction with International Women’s Day, celebrating the achievements of Russian women in the Soviet era. The text includes a quote from Mayakovsky and a description of Russian women’s actions …

  • # 16888


    [POSTER] Stop Bush! – voor een rechtvaardige wereld – Zaterdag 7 mei Amsterdam. Start 13.00 Museumplein.

    [Amsterdam : Stop Bush Comité, 2005]. Poster, offset print, 420 x 590 mm, unbacked; in very good condition, with some mild creasing at top and bottom left corners. Poster advertising a protest rally in Amsterdam against George W. Bush, ‘for a just world’.

  • # 16889

    [POSTER] Voor de bevrijding van het braziliaanse volk voor de arbeidersstrijd in Europa neen aan de uitbuiting neen aan Brasil export

    [= For the liberation of the Brazilian people; for the workers’ struggle in Europe; no to exploitation; no to exports to Brazil]. Brussel : Pierre Galand, Papenkasteelst. 13, [1973]. Poster, offset print, 680 x 440 mm, unbacked; in very good condition, with some mild toning and wrinkling at bottom edge. Belgian poster protesting against exports …

  • # 16897


    [POSTER] Berufsverbot : heute für Kommunisten : morgen für Sozialdemokraten : übermorgen trifft es dich! : Stoppt die Reaktion jetzt!

    [= Professional disqualification : today for Communists : tomorrow for Social Democrats : the day after tomorrow it will hit you! Stop the reaction now!]. Berlin [West Germany] : Rausch Vertrieb, Wohlthat’sche Buchhandlung, [c1972]. Poster, screenprint, 700 x 495 mm, unbacked; small loss at each corner, otherwise in good condition. Poster protesting against Berufsverbot, an order …

  • # 16551

    FULLER, R. Buckminster; AGEL, Jerome; FIORE, Quentin

    I seem to be a verb.

    New York : Bantam Books, 1970. Trade paperback, original illustrated silver wrapppers lettered in black (slightly scuffed); pp 192; illustrated throughout; a good copy. An experimental publication by the American architect and inventor Richard Buckminster Fuller, in collaboration with producer Jerome Angel and designer Quentin Fiore. The whimsical work is replete with utopian plans and …

  • # 16478

    YOUNG, Corbin

    San Francisco works out

    New York : Arbor House Publishing Company, 1985. Quarto, pictorial wrappers, pp. 62. Signed and inscribed by author on title page; a fine copy. A gay satire of the 1980s workout revolution, in particular Jane Fonda’s workout book.  

  • # 15407

    HODSON, Geoffrey

    The case for vegetarianism

    Auckland, N.Z. : Dawson Printing Co. Ltd., [c.1940]. First edition. Small octavo pamphlet, printed wrappers (sunned and very lightly marked; upper wrapper with wet stamp of the Theosophical Book Depot, Queen Street, Auckland), staple bound, 8 pp; a good copy. The author was President of the New Zealand Vegetarian Society. Here he outlines seven reasons …

  • # 15210

    BRAUTIGAN, Richard

    Trout fishing in America (First edition)

    San Francisco : Four Seasons Foundation, 1967. First edition. Octavo trade paperback, publisher’s illustrated wrappers, 112 pp; previous owner’s name inside front cover and initials on fly leaf, but a fine copy of the very scarce first edition of one of the defining books of the sixties.

  • # 15217

    McIVOR-TYNDALL, Alexander J.

    [CHEIROGNOMY] Revelations of the hand. A scientific study of the shape and markings of the hand, as an index to character, disease and tendencies, with explanatory illustrations.

    New York : G.A. Dahlgren, 1900. First edition. Square octavo, publisher’s illustrated red cloth boards, front free endpaper bearing a presentation inscription by the author, dated March 4 1901, pp 169 (including plates and line illustrations) followed by [15] leaves of full page plates showing the hands of various celebrities of the day; a marginal tear …

  • # 15207

    MARIGHELLA, Carlos

    Urban guerilla minimanual.

    [Cover title: Minimanual of the urban guerrilla]. Vancouver : Pulp Press, 1974. Octavo, original pictorial wrappers, pp 38, [1]; a fine copy. Carlos Marighella (1911-1969) was a Brazilian Marxist writer, politician – and guerilla.

  • # 15212

    ALPERT, Richard; COHEN, Sidney; SCHILLER, Lawrence


    New York : New American Library, 1966. First edition. Quarto, pictorial stiff wrappers (rubbed, ownership label to front), pp 128; the often startling photographic illustrations by Lawrence Schiller constitute an extensive visual essay on the LSD experience; a good copy. “In the midst of a raging national controversy two authorities speak out on the dangers, merits, …

  • # 15211

    TROUTON, D.S.; CLOW, Archie and CLOW, Nan (eds.)

    [PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY] Science News, 47

    Harmondsworth, Middlesex : Penguin Books Ltd, 1958. First (and only) edition. Small octavo trade paperback (wrappers with corner creasing), pp 140, [2]; internally very clean, a good copy. Includes an essay on hallucinogenic drugs by physiological psychologist D.S. Trout, Psychopharmacology (pp 31-45).

  • # 15286

    WILLIAMS, Ben Ames

    [PULP] The strumpet sea

    New York : Popular Library, 1951. Trade paperback, duodecimo, illustrated wrappers, 256 pp; a good copy. “A lusty tale of the South Pacific.”

  • # 15285

    BACCANTE, Leonora

    [PULP] Johnny Bogan

    New York : Popular Library, 1952. Trade paperback, duodecimo, illustrated wrappers, 159 pp; a good copy. “A realistic novel of violent young love.”

  • # 15293

    MARESCA, James

    [PULP] My flag is down

    New York : Bantam, 1952. Trade paperback, duodecimo, illustrated wrappers, 150 pp; a good copy. “The diary of a New York taxi driver.”

  • # 15292

    WILSON, Earl

    [PULP] Pikes Peek or bust

    New York : Popular Library, 1946. Trade paperback, duodecimo, illustrated wrappers, 160 pp; a good copy. “Tales of a saloon editor”. Cover art by “Xela” (Alex Schomburg).

  • # 15291

    BRUSH, Katharine

    [PULP] When she was bad

    New York : Avon Publications, Inc., 1948. Trade paperback, duodecimo, illustrated wrappers, 158 pp; a good copy. Originally titled You go your way (1941).

  • # 15290

    DELMAR, Vina

    [PULP] Bad girl

    New York : Avon Publications, Inc., 1946. Trade paperback, duodecimo, illustrated wrappers, 288 pp; first few leaves loosened; else a good copy.  

  • # 15287

    WEAVER, Ward

    [PULP] Hang my wreath

    New York : Popular Library, 1951. Trade paperback, duodecimo, illustrated wrappers, 223 pp; a good copy. “He had a war to fight and a woman to win.”

  • # 15322

    Ku Klux Klan secrets exposed.

    Attitudes towards Jews, Catholics, Foreigners and Masons. Fraudulent methods used. Atrocities committed in name of order. Chicago : Ezra A. Cook, circa 1922. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 70, a very good copy.

  • # 14612

    ELLISON, Harlan

    [PULP] Rockabilly

    Greenwich, Connecticut : Fawcett Publications, Inc., 1961. First printing (October 1961). Trade paperback, small octavo, 176 pp; a fine copy. “Stag Preston, idol of millions – whose private life was wilder than any of the songs he sang.” (cover)

  • # 14730

    FREEMAN, Gillian

    [PULP] The leather boys

    New York : Ballantine Books (by arrangement with Guild Press, Ltd.), 1967. First Canadian edition (July 1967). Trade paperback, small octavo, pp 155, [5 advertisements]; a fine copy. “Ride hard, die young – England’s motor-bike gangs.” (cover) Freeman’s story is centred around the rocker subculture in London and features a gay motorcyclist. Adapted for the …

  • # 13760

    "WILLIAM LEE" (pseud.) [BURROUGHS, William S., 1914-1997]; HELBRANT, Maurice

    Junkie : confessions of an unredeemed drug addict.

    [with] Narcotic agent. New York : Ace Books, 1953. The Ace Double first edition (D-15); the first edition of Burroughs’ first book. Trade paperback, 165 x 115 mm, illustrated wrappers, 149 pp (Junkie), 169 pp (Narcotic agent); a fine copy.

  • # 13379

    BERKOFF, Steven (1937 - )


    [Adelaide] : 1978. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, unpaginated, staple bound. Theatre program from the Australian premiere of Berkoff’s controversial play about the East End of London. First performed in 1975, the 1978 Australian season resulted in a call for its ban by the Liberal Party; the Premier of South Australia refused, and the season was extended …

  • # 13299

    A small collection of “Tijuana bibles” (erotic comic books)

    [U.S.A.] : [various publishers], [c.1930-50, with two later examples c. 1970]. Seventeen titles, all oblong duodecimo, in original stapled wrappers, roneo printed, most [8] leaves, illustrated in comic strip format; occasional wear and marks, but generally in good condition. 1. Corn-Hole Productions presents J. Wellington Wimpy in You bring the ducks 2. Gertie Gulp presents …

  • # 7248


    Protest politics and psychological warfare : the Communist role in the Anti-Vietnam War and

    Anti-Conscription Movement in Australia. Melbourne : The Hawthorn Press, 1968. First edition. Octavo, publisher’s pictorial wrappers, staple bound, 63 pp, photographic illustrations, a fine copy. THP 138. A very scarce and significant contemporary study.