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ABLEMAN, Paul
I HEAR VOICES
London: Olympia Press / Traveller's Companion, 1966.
16mo, mass market paperback, #102. Name label inside front cover, yellowing to page edges, some rubbing to spine and edges of covers, else a VG tight copy. Soft core porn novel originally published in Paris in 1958 by Olympia Press. First book of this British playwright and novelist. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$14.95                          Book Number: 38665                          Order / Enquire



Anonymous.
THE ALTAR OF VENUS
Atlanta: Pendulum Books, 1967.
pp 319, [1], (14, ads). Book a bit leaned, price sticker on front cover, readiing creases to spine, pink covers lightly mottled, with soft creases to rear cover; small name label inside front cover; offset tanning to inside covers; else a V clean and tight copy. Pendulum paperback 012. Contains an Introduction by Dale Koby. Allegedly the erotic memoirs of a former member of the House of Lords, first published in 1934. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$9.95                          Book Number: 38806                          Order / Enquire



Anonymous.
THE LUSTFUL TURK...
New York: Canyon Books, 1967.
Canyon Books paperback PLX 201. Book a little leaned; red spine sunned to pink, with some rubbing at ends; Canadian price-sticker inside front cover; cover creases; a good, tight copy. "Lascivious scenes in a harem", first published in 1828. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$9.95                          Book Number: 38808                          Order / Enquire



BEARDSLEY, Aubrey [John Glassco]
UNDER THE HILL, or The Story of Venus and Tannhäuser...Now Completed by John Glassco
New York: Grove Press, 1959.
Dark blue cloth. p (141), [3]; illustrated. Fine in fine jacket, no owner names, flap price intact. Glassco slightly emended his Introduction and added a paragraph about Edmund Wilson's appreciation of Beardsley for this edition. Glassco's edition was first published Paris, 1959. Sutherland A8.
$25.00                          Book Number: 39860                          Order / Enquire



BÉRANGER, P.- J. de (Pierre-Jean de Béranger, 1780-1857)
Oeuvres complètes. Tome V. Supplément. CHANSONS ÉROTIQUES
Paris: Chez Tous les Marchands de Nouveautés, 1834.
Octavo, pp 179. Old marbled boards with spine label. Wear to spine tips, with bottom 1.5 cm lacking, abrasions to the label, rubbing to the joints; wear to outer corners; endpapers and binder's blanks yellowed; tidy ink owner name at top margin of front free endpaper, with ink date on the other side; foxing in text; just good externally, internally VG, sound in the binding, hinges not cracked, page edges not trimmed. Five text volumes were published (plus a volume of music) with volumes I-IV bearing the Perrotin imprint. Brangerner was the most popular French songwriter of all time.
$85.00                          Book Number: 35042                          Order / Enquire



BRETTONE, Restif de la
PLEASURES AND FOLLIES of a good-natured libertine, being an English rendering of L'ANTI-JUSTINE done by Pierallesandro Casavini
Paris: Olympia Press, 1961.
Later printing of Traveller's Companion paperback no. 84 (first was in 1956). 16mo. Some minor spine yellowing else a fine, crisp copy. First published Paris, 1798. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$9.95                          Book Number: 38756                          Order / Enquire



BRYANT, Baird
PLAY THIS LOVE WITH ME
New York: Traveller’s Companion (Olympia Press), 1967.
16mo, mass market paperback, TC-203. Name label inside front cover, usual yellowing to text paper, spine has light reading crease and light rubbing, Canadian distributor's price sticker on front cover, else a VG clean & tight copy, no cover creases. Soft core porn novel originally published in Paris in 1955 by Olympia Press. Bryant was an American film maker most famous for being the cameraman who filmed the Hells Angels murder in Gimmie Shelter. He also filmed the acid scene in the cemetary in Easy Rider. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$14.95                          Book Number: 38664                          Order / Enquire



CLELAND, John
FANNY
Paris: Olympia Press, 1962.
Traveller's Companion paperback no. 17. Second Olympia Press edition (the first was Memoirs of Fanny Hill, published in 1956). First published 1749 as Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$14.95                          Book Number: 38757                          Order / Enquire



DEL PIOMBO, Akbar (pseud. of Norman Rubington)
COSIMO'S WIFE, or thr vengeance of a duke
New York: Traveller's Companion, 1967.
16mo, mass market paperback, TC-202. Previous owner's label inside front cover, usual tanning to text paper, Canadian distributor's price sticker on front cover, soft reading crease to spine, else a VG+ copy, no creases to covers. A better than average soft porn novel by the distinguised American painter and prominent ex-pat Norman Rubington, originally published in Paris by Olympia Press in 1957. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$14.95                          Book Number: 38661                          Order / Enquire



DEL PIOMBO, Akbar (pseud. of Norman Rubington)
WHO PUSHED PAULA?
New York: Traveller's Companion, 1967.
16mo, mass market paperback, TC-209. Previous owner's label inside front cover, usual tanning to text paper, Canadian distributor's price sticker on front cover, spine lightly yellowed and lightly rubbed, green page edges faded, VG otherwise. A soft porn novel by the distinguised American painter and prominent ex-pat Norman Rubington, originally published in Paris by Olympia Press in 1955. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$14.95                          Book Number: 38662                          Order / Enquire



DEL PIOMBO, Akbar (pseud. of Norman Rubington)
THE HOUSE IN LODZ
New York: Traveller's Companion, 1969.
16mo, mass market paperback, TC-462. Previous owner's label inside front cover, book a little leaned, spine has rubbing at ends, price stciker on front cover (3.00), printed Canadian price on rear cover of 2.25 partially blacked out, else a VG clean and tight copy. A better than average soft porn novel by the distinguised American painter and prominent ex-pat Norman Rubington. There was no prior Paris edition. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$14.95                          Book Number: 38663                          Order / Enquire



Delicado, Francisco, fl. 1480-1533.
Retrato de la Loçana andaluza : en lengua espan~ola, muy clarissi´ma, co[m]puesto en Roma ; el qual retrato demuestra lo que en Roma passaua y contiene munchas mas cosas que la Celestina
Valencia: Galleres de Tipografia Moderna, 1950.
28cm, 15 unstitched gatherings of 8 pp each, laid loose in a cream wrapper printed in red and white. Page edges unopened. Wrapper has light soiling; tape repairs at ends of spine; contents fine, cover VG..Facsimile reprint of the only known copy of the 1st edition, [Venice? 1528?], preserved in the Austrian National Library in Vienna. No 133 of a limited edition of 218 copies printed on specially made "Royal Annam" paper. Woodcut illustrations, text in gothic letter. "Francisco Delicado (or Delgado) (c. 1480 - c. 1535) was a Spanish writer and editor of the Renaissance. Little is known about his life. He was born in Cordoba, Spain and, by uncertain reasons, he moved to Rome, where he became vicar and Italianized his surname to Delicado. After the sack of Rome, he went to Venice where he wrote his novel Portrait of Lozana: The Lusty Andalusian Woman (El retrato de la Loçana Andaluza, 1528), that continues on the lines of the novel in dialogue exemplified by Celestina. The book is a social and historical portrait of Rome and its dark side in the first years of the 16th century, and one of the first works of the picaresque novel." - Wikipedia. Note.:just over 1 kg parcel, extra shipping may be required.
$275.00                          Book Number: 41697                          Order / Enquire



Fisher, Trevor
Scandal: The Sexual Politics of Late Victorian Britain
Alan Sutton, 1995.
Tall octavo, green boards. pp (10), (179). Illustrations, index. Ripples to fore margin of text throughout (manufacturing flaw??), ink owner name at front, else fine in fine jacket.
$15.00                          Book Number: 44108                          Order / Enquire



HOFFENBERG, Mason
SIN FOR BREAKFAST
New York: Traveller’s Companion (Olympia Press), 1967.
First published Paris: Olympia Press, 1957. TC-210. Canadian price sticker on front cover, book a wee bit leaned, spine has some yellowing and rubbing, small name label inside front cover; damp stain to lower inner corner of first three leaves; green page edges faded; a good, tight copy.
$9.95                          Book Number: 38807                          Order / Enquire



KEM, Arnold
THE MISFORTUNES OF MARY
Paris: Océnic-Press, 1959.
16mo, grey card covers printed in red and black. VG copy of this paperback from an imitator of Paris's famous Olympia Press. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$14.95                          Book Number: 38760                          Order / Enquire



MILLETT, Robert W. (D.H. Lawreence)
THE VULTURES AND THE PHOENIX: A study of the Mandrake Press edition of the paintings of D.H. Lawrence
Philadelphia: The Art Alliance Press, 1983.
Tall octavo, red boards. Reproductions in colour and b&w. Very nearly fine, no owner names. Jacket has small chips and tears, VG otherwise. Erotic art
$18.95                          Book Number: 35550                          Order / Enquire



PEACHUM, Thomas (pseud. of Philip Oxman)
THE WATCHER AND THE WATCHED
Paris: Olympia Press, 1959.
Second Olympia edition (first was in 1954). Traveller's Companion paperback no. 69. Price sticker on rear cover, else a fine copy. A novel of voyeurism. Author Philip Oxman was an expatriate poet associated with Alexander Trocchi's Paris little mag "Merlin". Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
$19.95                          Book Number: 38758                          Order / Enquire



RICHARDSON, Humphrey (pseud. of ??)
THE SEXUAL LIFE OF ROBINSON CRUSOE
New York: Traveller's Companion, 1967.
16mo, mass market paperback, TC-205. Previous owner's label inside front cover, usual tanning to textt paper, Canadian distributor's price sticker on front cover, soft reading crease to spine, light rubbing to spine and rear cover; VG otherwise. A soft porn novel originally published in French in 1963. Homoerotic content. Young 3286. .
$14.95                          Book Number: 38666                          Order / Enquire



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