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Published by Flanzine.

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From: ARREBATO LIBROS (Madrid, Spain)

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About this Item: Flanzine. 15,5 x 22,5 cm. Flanzine nº 12 - Bowie. Junio de 2016. Encuadernación grapada, 56 págs. Ilustrado en b/n. NUEVO. Colaboran: Aline Zarekaite - João Pedro Azul - Pedro Veludo - Sebastião Peixoto - Maria Da Luz Rivara - Ana Bessa Carvalho - Filipe Homem Fonseca - Miguel Castro Caldas - Alexandre Andrade - Madame Zine - Emanuel Amorim - Rosário Pinheiro - Pedro Santo Tirso - Catarina Nunes de Almeida - Carla Carbone - Filipa Martins - Teresa Falcão - Filipe Marques - Ricardo Tiago Moura - FS Hill - Carlota Lagido - Paola D’Agostino - LUD Martins - Manuel Cintra - Tamara Alves - Inês Dias - Leonora Rosado - Sandra Gonçalves - Vasco Gargalo - Luís Brito - Luís Carmelo - Mercedes Alvarado - Mariano Alejandro - Felipe Stefani - Nuno Costa Santos - Beatriz de Almeida Rodrigues - Sofia Marques Ferreira - Alexandra Belo - Cláudia Alves - Rita Natálio - Jaime Raposo - Joana Márkus - João Pedro Porto - Paulo Ansiães Monteiro - Mário Cunha - Marco Silva Dias - Bruna Mitrano - Nuno Brito - Estelle Valente - Inês Magalhães - Sónia Baptista - Ricardo Abreu - Juan Pablo Medina. Revistas. ENVIO POR CONTRAREEMBOLSO LLEVA UN CARGO ADICIONAL DE 3 EUROS. Seller Inventory # N50390

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TORGAL, Adosinda Providência, and Clotilde Correia Botelho, eds.

Published by Lisbon, Dom Quixote, 2000. (2000)

ISBN 10: 9722018000 ISBN 13: 9789722018005

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About this Item: Lisbon, Dom Quixote, 2000., 2000. 8°, original wrappers with printed label tipped on to front cover. As new. 317 pp., (11 ll.), illustrated. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this anthology. Poets included are Alberto d'Oliveira, Fernando Pessoa, António Botto, Miguel Torga, Ruy Cinatti, Raul de Carvalho, Natércia Freire, Carlos de Oliveira, Eugénio de Andrade, António de Ramos Rosa, Gastão Cruz, Jaime Cortesão, Alberto Monsaraz, Irene Lisboa, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, Vasco Graça Moura, Afonso Lopes Vieira, Adolfo Casais Monteiro, António Manuel Couto Viana, Alexandre O'Neill, Fernanda Botelho, David Mourão Ferreira, Alberto de Lacerda, João Rui de Sousa, Fiama Hasse Pais Brandão, Cesário Verde, Sílvio Rebello, João Miguel Fernandes Jorge, José Gomes Ferreira, Fernanda de Castro, Francisco Bugalho, Tomaz Ribas, Luís Amaro, João Carlos González, Armando Silva Carvalho, António Barahoma, Rui Belo, Paulo José Miranda, Gomes Leal, António Gedeão, Manuel Alegre, António José Forte, António Osório, Cristovam Pavia, Pedro Tamen, Y.K.Centeno, Nuno Júdice, Abel Neves, José Tolentino Mendonça, José Newton, Almada Negreiros, Armindo Rodrigues, Carlos Queirós, Mário Dionísio, Helder Moura Pereira, João de Deus, Natália Correia, Eduíno de Jesus, Fernando Pinto do Amaral, Alberto Pimenta, Jorge de Sena, José Bento, Luiza Neto Jorge, Luisa Costa Gomes, Tomás Ribeiro, Almeida Garret, Gomes Leal, Casimiro de Brito, José António Gonçalves, Manuel da Fonseca, João Camilo, António Gancho, Paulo José Miranda, Teixeira de Pascoaes, Alfredo Guisado, António Nobre, Pedro da Silveira, Maria Teresa Horta, Fernando Assis Pacheco, Daniel Filipe, Helder Macedo, J.C. Ary dos Santos, João Camilo, Al Berto, and Joaquim Pessoa.*** Porbase locates four copies: Biblioteca Pública Municipal do Porto, Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, Casa Fernando Pessoa-Lisboa, and Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra. Copac locates a single copy, at Cambridge University. Seller Inventory # 10634

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About this Item: Lisbon, Tip. da Gazeta dos Caminhos de Ferro, 1930., 1930. 8°, original gray printed wrappers (spine somewhat defective; corners frayed). In good to very good condition. Author's signed ("De Armelim") and dated (1930) six-line presentation inscription to friend "Antonio [illeg.] Lopes" in upper margin of title page. Ink notation at top of front wrapper indicating pages (18 in total)on which one can find the author's manuscript corrections. 43 pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION [?]. Arguments by one of the defense lawyers in the affair of Artur Virgilio Alves Reis, perpetrator of one of the most sensational crimes in all history. Alves Reis did not produce counterfeit bank notes; rather, he forged documents purportedly from the Bank of Portugal authorizing him during 1925 to have 300 million escudos (then equal to over $15,000,000) worth of 500$00 escudo notes (the largest then in circulation) printed by the firm in London, Waterlow and Sons, which produced Portugal's paper currency, and to take delivery of same. The documents also called for secrecy. The funds were used to finance Alves Reis' failing Banco de Angola e Metrópole. No one could fault these notes, as they were printed from the same plates and on the same paper as were used for the Bank of Portugal orders. Except for a telltale flaw in their numbering they might never have been identified. Before this flaw caused the scheme to be discovered, Alves Reis was attempting to purchase the Bank of Portugal; had he succeeded, the crime might never have come to light.Reis's fraud had enormous repercussions on the economy and politics of Portugal. By the end of 1925 Reis had managed to introduce into the Portuguese economy escudo bank notes worth £1,007,963 at 1925 exchange rates, a figure which in perspective is equivalent to 0.88% of Portugal?s nominal GDP at the time. The Portuguese currency was severely compromised and existing 500$00 escudo bank notes had to be withdrawn.When Reis's fraud became public knowledge in December 1925 it brought about a crisis of confidence in the Portuguese government. This crisis had a strong effect on the 28 May 1926 nationalist military coup against the Primeira República government of President Bernardino Machado which brought the República Autoritária to power, heralding the dictatorship of Prime Minister António de Oliveira Salazar from 1932 to 1968. (Salazar was briefly Finance Minister in 1926, but resigned; in 1928 he accepted the post again, but on condition that he be given a free hand. Given the full financial control that he demanded by General António de Fragoso Carmona, he put Portuguese finances on a stable footing for the first time in the twentieth century.)The Bank of Portugal sued Waterlow & Sons in the High Court in London. In one of the most complex trials in English legal history, the case was finally settled in the House of Lords on 28 April 1932 in favour of the Banco de Portugal, which was awarded £610,392 in damages. Waterlow & Sons' business never completely recovered; it was finally acquired by another firm in 1961. *** See Murray Teigh Bloom, The Man Who Stole Portugal; Andrew Bull, "Alves Reis and the Portuguese Bank Note Scandal of 1925" in The British Historical Society, No. 24: pp. 22-57 (1997); C. Kisch, The Portuguese Bank Note Case. Not located in Porbase. Not located in Copac. Not in KVK (44 databases searched). Not located Hollis or Orbis. Not located in Melvyl. Seller Inventory # 24785

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SIMÕES, Carlos.

Published by Lisbon, Imprensa Libanio da Silva for Portugalia Editora, 1924. (1924)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Imprensa Libanio da Silva for Portugalia Editora, 1924., 1924. 8°, twentieth century (second quarter?) quarter morocco over decorated boards (some wear to corners; minor worm damage to lower board), flat spine with gilt fillets and both horizontal and vertical gilt lettering, decorated endleaves, top edges rouged, other edges uncut, original illustrated wrappers bound in. Front and rear wrappers with illustrations by Francisco Valença, who contributed 50 illustrations to the text. Tear of about 1.7 cm. to outer edge of rear wrapper. In very good condition. Author's signed and dated seven-line presentation inscription on half title: "Ao amigo e colega . bibliofilo // Jayme Moura, com mt.ª estima // e admiração . pela sua paciencia // ese - librista // oferece // Carlos Simões // 27/III/1924". Lithograph illustrated bookplate of Jayme A. de Moura. 251, (1) pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this series of humorous accounts. The author, (Lisbon 1878-Lisbon 1939), publicist and public functionary, was conservationist and librarian of the library of the Instituto Superior de Agronomia from 1911 until less than a month prior to his death. He wrote for the theater in collaboration with André Brun, contributed humorous pieces to a number of newspapers and reviews, and published quite a few works of a bibliographical and scientific nature.Francisco Valença (1882-1963), was perhaps the most important twentieth-century Portuguese caricaturist. The article on Valença in the Grande enciclopédia portuguesa e brasileira states: ?Durante toda a sua vida tem constantemente enriquecido com os seus desenhos não só inúmeras páginas da grande maioria dos jornais e revistas de Portugal, com também de França, de Espanha e do Brasil. É, tanto pela extensão da sua obra, como pela sua intenção artística e social, um dos maiores caricaturistas portugueses depois de Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro, com o qual tem grandes afinidades.? [on Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro, suffice it to say he was a genius of caricature art]. Valença founded O Chinelo (1900); Salão cómico (1902); Varões assinalados (1909-1911 - winner of the ?Grand Prix? in the Rio de Janeiro exposition of 1922-1923); O Moscardo (1913), and the Catálogos cómicos of the Exposições de Belas Artes of 1914-1919, 1923 and 1924, with the collaboration of Carlos Simões. His work appeared in the following newspapers, journals, and reviews: A Comédia portuguesa (1902); Brasil-Portugal (1902-1909); Suplemento humorístico do Século (1904-1908); Novidades (1907); Ilustração portuguesa (1906-1920); Tiro e sport (1906-1911); Arte musical (1907-1908); Alma nacional (1910); A Sátira (1911); Eco artístico (1914-1915); O teatro (1922-1923); Diário de notícias (the New York Times of Portugal; 1919-1924, 1930); O Mundo (1918-1924); Eco Artístico (1914-1915); De Teatro (1922-1923); República (1918); Ilustração (1926); Sempre fixe (from 1926); Alma nova (1922-1925); Portucale (Porto, 1930). He was artistic director of the weekly O Espectro (1925). Valença also published illustrations in numerous special Christmas issues of the Diário de Notícias as well as Comércio do Porto. He illustrated many books, including some for Emília de Sousa Costa, Julieta Ferrão, Alfredo França, Armando Ferreira, Augusto Cunha, Cruz Magalhães, Henrique Marques Junior, Luís Chaves, Magalhães Lima, Tomás de Eça Leal, etc. His work also appeared in Rire (Paris); Boletin Fermé (Barcelona); as well as many newspapers and reviews of Rio de Janeiro. Original examples of his work can be encountered in the Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, Museu de Bragança, the Museu Municipal, Porto, the Museu Soares dos Reis in the same city, and the Getty Center. Provenance: Jaime [Augusto] Moura (b. Lisbon, 1903), accountant, bank employee, bibliophile and publicist, author of a number of books and articles. See Grande enciclopédia, XVIII, 16.*** On Carlos [Rodrigues] Simões, see Grande enciclopédia XXIX, 53. On Francisco Valença, see Grande enciclopédia XXXIII, 880; Actualização, X, 474; also Pamplona, Dicionário de pintores e e. Seller Inventory # 36677

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Prelo. 63 issues including 2 double and

Published by Lisbon, Imprensa Nacional, 1972-2006. (2006)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Imprensa Nacional, 1972-2006., 2006. 63 issues. Folio (30 x 21 cm.; first series) and 8° (second and third series), original illustrated wrappers (1st and 2nd series) and original printed wrappers (3rd series). Illustrated. Very fine condition. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITIONS, apparently A COMPLETE RUN. We say "apparently" because the bibliography of the first series of this review is rather confusing and sketchy. According to a knowledgeable employee of the Imprensa Nacional, we have all the issues ever published. We have never seen any other issues on the market or described in any reference work.The set is as follows: First series: [volume I] 1972: numbers 1-5; volume II, 1973: numbers 1-6; volume III, 1974: numbers 1-6; volume IV, 1975: number 1; volume V, 1976: numbers 1-6 [1-2 and 5-6 being double issues]; volume VI, 1977: numbers 1-6 [1-3 and 4-6 being triple issues]; volume VII, 1978, "número único". Total 31 issues, including 2 double and 3 triple.Second series: Number 1, Outubro / Dezembro 1983-number 20, 1992; also the three unnumbered special issues: 1984 Maio, Sobre Eduardo Lourenço; 1984 Dezembro, Jaime Cortesão; and 1986 Dezembro, Fernando Gil: Cruzamentos da enciclopédia. Total 4 issues.Third series: Numbers 1-9, Janeiro-Abril de 2006-Setembro-Dezembro 2008. Total 9 issues.The first series is subtitled Revista nacional de artes gráficas. As the title implies, it is devoted to the graphic arts, with emphasis on printing processes, machinery, ink, paper and types. There are also articles on printing history, such as that in the first number by Jorge Peixoto on "Custódio José de Oliveira e as artes gráficas em Portugal"; and José Pedro Machado "O impressor de Os Lvsiadas" in the second issue.The second series is subtitled Revista da Imprensa Nacional / Casa da Moeda. It contains some material on printing history, but is mainly concerned with literature, literary history and criticism, with some bibliography thrown in. Edited by Diogo Pires Aurélio, it includes contributions by Jorge Borges de Macedo, José-Augusto França, Eduardo Lourenço, Vasco Graça Moura, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, Jorge Listopad, Hernâni Cidade, Clara Rocha, António Reis, Luís Filipe Barreto, Viale Moutinho, Eduardo Prado Coelho, José Mattoso, Diogo Pires Aurélio, Miguel Torga, Mário Cláudio, Luís de Albuquerque, Eugénio Lisboa, José Fernandes Fafe, Eugénio de Andrade, António Ramos Rosa, Maria Alzira Seixo, Joel Serrão, António Coimbra Martins, Urbano Tavares Rodrigues, and others. Some of the literary contributions are otherwise unpublished.The third series, of which nine numbers have appeared, includes three essays on Fernando Gil (1937-2006), by José Marinho, Miguel Real, and Manuel Ferreira Patrício. There are additional essays by A.M. Machado Pires on post-modernism, Ivo Castro on Pessoa, José Carlos Seabra Pereira on Vitorino Nemésio and Gomes Leal as art critics, and Rui de Figueiredo Marcos on the work of Paulo Merêa. A short story by José-Augusto França is followed by a brief theatrical piece by Luiz Francisco Rebello. The first number also contains an homage to Afonso Lopes Vieira, as well as critical articles by Luiz Francisco Rebello on the theater of José Régio, Duarte Ivo Cruz on the theater of Luiz Francisco Rebello, Duarte Ivo Cruz on the fourth volume of the Teatro completo of Jaime Salazar Sampaio, and more. Subsequent numbers contain additional material along these lines.*** For the first series, we were able to confirm that it began in 1972 and that the British Library holds volume VI, numbers 1-3 [a triple issue]. Porbase lists for the first series only the first volume, 1972, and for the second series only states that it began in 1983 and that its appearance was "irregular". The British Library Integrated Catalogue states that for the first series the BL has only volume VI, numbers 1-3; for the second series the BL holdings are less clear, the BLIC stating that it begins in 1983. Hollis does not list the first series at all, and states that Harvard has on. Seller Inventory # 35526

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