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Seller of rare books and paper in Baltimore, specializing in cinema, music, literature, and the arts.

Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, Parts One and Two: Millennium Approaches and Perestroika (First Edition, two volumes) | Tony Kushner | 1993, 1994

First Edition. Two volumes. Kushner’s epic, award-winning play, a landmark in American theatre and the basis for the 2003 HBO film directed by Mike Nichols and starring Al Pacino, Meryl Streep and Emma Thompson. Kushner later wrote the screenplay for the 2012 Steven Spielberg film, “Lincoln,” starring Daniel Day Lewis. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Light foxing to the top edges, endpapers, and jacket versos, a tiny tear to the front jacket flap fold (part two), and a brief gift inscription on the page opposite the title page (part one), else both volumes Near Fine and unread in Near Fine dust jackets.

Two original photographs from the set of “You Only Live Twice” | Ian Fleming | 1967

Two vintage borderless black-and-white press photographs featuring Sean Connery and Mie Hama in a romantic scene on the set of the 1967 film. The second of the two shots (where makeup is being applied) is double weight, the other photo single weight. Several stamps on the verso of the first photo, variously crediting photographer Dean and press agent Greta Robok.

First photo (stamps, single weight) 6 x 8 inches. Second photo (double weight) 8 x 10 inches. Both photos Near Fine.

Trainspotting photo No. 26 identified by Kita Iqbal as:
Naked Among Wolves [Nackt unter Wölfen] | Frank Beyer | 1963
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Trainspotting photo No. 26 identified by Kita Iqbal as:

Naked Among Wolves [Nackt unter Wölfen] | Frank Beyer | 1963

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Trainspotting photo No. 21 identified by Kita Iqbal as:
Birds in Peru | Romain Gary | 1968
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Trainspotting photo No. 21 identified by Kita Iqbal as:

Birds in Peru | Romain Gary | 1968

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Trainspotting photo No. 8 identified by Kita Iqbal as:
The Committee | Peter Sykes | 1968
(Experimental British film with a soundtrack by Pink Floyd.)
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Trainspotting photo No. 8 identified by Kita Iqbal as:

The Committee | Peter Sykes | 1968

(Experimental British film with a soundtrack by Pink Floyd.)

Thanks Kita!

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Trainspotting photo No. 104 identified by Zachary Stacy as:
Flesh for Frankenstein | Paul Morrissey | 1973
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Trainspotting photo No. 104 identified by Zachary Stacy as:

Flesh for Frankenstein | Paul Morrissey | 1973

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Trainspotting photo No. 14 identified by Zachary Stacy as:
Kwaidan | Masaki Kobayashi | 1964
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Trainspotting photo No. 14 identified by Zachary Stacy as:

Kwaidan | Masaki Kobayashi | 1964

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Trainspotting photo No. 14 identified by Zachary Stacy and Matthew Sandyik (tie) as:
Kwaidan | Masaki Kobayashi | 1964
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Trainspotting photo No. 14 identified by Zachary Stacy and Matthew Sandyik (tie) as:

Kwaidan | Masaki Kobayashi | 1964

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Trainspotting photo No. 115 identified by Gayle Williamson as:
The Monkees | Bob Rafelson, Bert Schneider, Ward Sylvester | 1966-1968
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Trainspotting photo No. 115 identified by Gayle Williamson as:

The Monkees | Bob Rafelson, Bert Schneider, Ward Sylvester | 1966-1968

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