December 2023

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1. Ainsworth, Henry.

Annotations Upon the second book of Moses called Exodus * Annotations Upon The Third Book Of Moses Called Leviticus * Annotations Upon The Fourth Book of Moses, Called Numbers * Annotations Upon The Fifth Book Of Moses Called Deuteronomie * Annotations Upon the fifth book of Moses called Genesis. 

Amsterdam: (Giles Thorp), 1617-1621. First editions. 20.5 x 16 cm & 21 x 16 cm. (Exodus: A4-Gg4, Hh2), (Leviticus: A4-Mm4), (Numbers: A4-Qq4), (Deuteronomie: A4-Nn4, Oo2), (Genesis: *4-**2, A4-Ii4, Kk3). Printed in double columns. Henry Ainsworth (1571–1622 or 1623), leader of the separatist congregation at Amsterdam, and controversialist, a fine type of the Elizabethan puritan—learned, sincere, earnest, and uncompromising. At first a Puritan, Ainsworth joined the Separatists who broke entirely with the Church of England. Driven abroad in the persecution of 1593, settled in Amsterdam. He attached himself to those who were styled ‘Brownists,’ who, under the name of ‘Independents,’ afterwards played so important a part in English history, and who were the ancestors of the ‘Congregationalists’ and other free churches of the present time. He and Francis Johnson founded an an independent church in Amsterdam. A falling out between the two created two separate congregations, whom they styled respectively Franciscan Brownists and Ainsworthian Brownists. Ainsworth is among the authors whose work traveled to New England in 1620 with the Pilgrims. Practically entire title page of Genesis volume laid-down, with contemporary light owner inscription of Henry Martin dated 1715, first few leaves chipped at lower corner with no loss, a few leaves, D-E marginal damp stains, Leaf F with upper corner torn away, approx. 5 x 5 centimeters; original rear free endpaper with births and deaths of Walpole and Pim families. Contents of other four volumes generally clean. Modern full brown morocco, raised bands, red leather spine labels printed in gilt. Genesis volume half brown morocco and brown boards. All bindings fine. 5 vols. $3,200.00


2. Barbier, George (Illustrator).

La Guirlande Des Mois 1920.

Paris: Jules Meynial, 1920. First edition. 128 pages. 12 x 8.5 cm. Six full-page pochoir color plates (plus additional text and border designs) -- Art Deco illustration in its zenith; Barbier being one of its foremost and famous proponents. Texts by la comtesse de Noailles, Albert Flament, Jean-Louis Vaudoyer.The illustrated silk covers offer a further dimension of Art Deco motif; illustrated dust wrapper, and slipcase in colors wrap the presentation. Lovely, fresh copy. Orig. silk decorated cloth. Fine in near fine dust wrapper in near fine slipcase. Aeg. $850.00


3. Borges, Jorge Luis.


New York: Limited Editions Club, 1985. 306 pages. 21 x 21 cm. Illustrated by Sol Lewitt, twenty-two silkscreen prints, printed by Borges friend and printmaker, Jo Watanbe at his New York studio, and tipped-in by hand, printed at the Anthoensen Press. Limited edition, copy one of 1500 [stamped presentation copy, out of series] signed by Lewitt in pencil. This work deals with fictional places with the idea of infinity and mythical creatures that immerse the reader in magical worlds. NEWMAN & WICHE 541. Full black cowhide, spine lettered in blind. Fine in matching black cloth slipcase. $850.00


4. [Bronte, Charlotte] Bell, Currier.

The Professor, A Tale.

London: Smith Elder, 1857. First edition. 294 & 258 pages. 19 x 12 cm. Bronte's first novel, an intensely autobiographical story, and ironically published after her death. It was initially rejected by several publishers; however, Smith Elder encouraged her to continue writing. Charlotte Bronte reworked this novel into a similar tale entitled, "Villette," published 1853. PARRISH p.96. SADLIER 347. With half titles and ads. Bound by Baynton with raised bands, black spine labels lettered in gilt inner dentelles. Spine head of Vol. I chipped. Later 19th century full polished calf and marbled endpapers. Aeg. Very good in very good tan cloth slipcase. 2 Vols.$795.00


5. _____.

Shirley. A Tale.

London: Smith Elder, 1849. First edition. 303, 308 & 320 pages. 19 x 12 cm. Three page of adverts in Vol.III. First edition of Charlotte Bronte's second novel published after Jane Eyre. Shirley, a story following the life of a young woman during the Napoleonic Wars and War of 1812. A love story in a time of depression and unrest. In 1848 Brontë began work on the manuscript of her second novel, Shirley. It was only partially completed when the Brontë family suffered the deaths of three of its members within eight months. It is purported to be a loose biography of her sister Emily. Text generally clean with some minor toning. Bookplate of Charles Conway on front pastedowns. Slight cover board rubbing. PARRISH, p. 93. SADLIER 34. SMITH 5. SYMINGTON. pp. 25-26. Contemporary three-quarter navy calf over marbled paper-covered boards, red morocco spine labels, stamped in gilt, boards, matching marbled edges and endpapers. Very good. 3 Vols. $1,550.00


6. Byron, George Gordon, Lord.

Ode To Napoleon Buonaparte.

London: John Murray, 1814. First edition. 14 pages. 21 x 13.5 cm. With half title and one page advertisement. With Francis Lewis Randolph's bookplate and shelf label. "Very rare, in any condition -- the half-title is usually lacking." RANDOLPH p.40.. "Of all the pamphlet-poems published by John Murray in octavo size the Ode to Napoleon is by far the rarest. It is now almost impossible to find a copy in the original printed paper wrappers." TINKER p.545. WISE BYRON, I pp.98-99. Interior contents clean and fresh. Contemporary quarter red morocco, backstrip lettered in gilt and marbled boards. Fine.  $1,125.00


7. Cocteau, Jean (Illustrator).

Sous le manteau de feu by Genevieve Laporte With a Preface by Armand Lanoux.

Paris: Joseph Foret, 1955. First edition. Folio, 40 x 32 cm. Limited edition, copy 156 of 192 on papier pur fil Johannot, signed by the editor, Armand Lanoux. With 12 lithographs by Jean Cocteau, (nine in color) accompanies the poetry by Laporte. Contents loose as issued with tissue guards. Text printed in red and black. Elegant, clean and fresh copy. Laporte was a philanthropist, documentary filmmaker, artists' model, poet, and author of sixteen books. She is known for being one of Pablo Picasso's last lovers during the 1950s. Cocteau, one of the foremost artists of the surrealist, avant-garde, and Dadaist eras. Text in French. Orig. color decorated tan chemise with glassine. Fine in fine light gray slipcase backstrip lettered in red in near fine matching slipcase. $850.00


8. Cotes, Roger.

Hydrostatical And Pneumatical Lectures Published With Notes By his Successor Robert Smith LL.D.

London: S. Austin printed for the Editor, 1738. First edition. 243 pages, [A8-Q8, R7]. 20 X 13 cm. Preface (12), Index (6), and four pages of publisher adverts. Five copper engraved fold-out plates, plate four in photocopy. Errata list. Cotes, an English mathematician who edited the second edition of Newton's PRINCIPIA, made advances in the theory of logarithms, the integral calculus and in numerical methods, particularly interpolation. His quadrature formulas known as Newton-Cotes formulas and first introduced what is known today as Euler's formula. He was the first Plumian Professor and Cambridge University from 1707 until his death at the age of thirty-three. This work was held in great estimation. Cotes genius earned encomiums from his contemporaries and successors; Sir Isaac Newton said, "If Mr. Cotes had lived, we should have known something." Two inked signatures at title page; two ownership stamps, text and plates clean, slight loss back cover upper corner. Contemporary full brown calf, double gilt border panels, rebacked, red leather spine label printed in gilt. Very good. $750.00


9. Daudet, Alphonse.

Tartarin de Tarascon Illustre D'Aquarelles Originales De Jacques Touchet.

Paris: Aux Editions Du Rameau D'Or, 1942. 158 pages. 20 x 14 cm. Host of brilliant aquarelles ( technique of painting in transparent, rather than opaque, watercolours). Originally published in 1872 his creativeness resulted in characters that were real and also typical. Orig. color illustrated front cover printed in red and black with original glassine. Fine. Orig. Fine. $70.00


9A. Earhart, John F.

The Color Printer A Treatise On The Use Of Colors In Typographic Printing.

Cincinnati: Earhart & Richardson, 1892. First edition. 137 pages. 28 x 21.5 cm. Signed by Earhart and laid-in a pre publication announcement initialed by the author in red ink asking recipient for an opinion of this book. Ninety color plates in two to twenty colors. The work contains 166 colors, hues, tints and shades produced by a mixture of two colors each. “ Herbert, Yale Lib. Gazette, July 1974, p. 16.[Earhart’s] book, over which he laboured for more than four years, was intended “as a practical guide to all printers who desire to obtain the most artistic results in ornamental Colour Printing by the least amount of labour and expense”...... The greater part of the colour plates (which required 625 formes and 1,625,000 impressions for their production in a small edition) are used to demonstrate tints of varying strength and their combination with other tints... all the plates, which included specimens of embossing, printing in gold, rainbow printing, map printing, impressions from emery paper and various woods, were meticulously printed.” - Vivian Ridler, “Artistic printing: a search for principles,” Alphabet & Image, 6. Wurmfeld, Color documents, 37. Birren Collection 213. The work was well known to printers in England and is one of the few American manuals included in Bridson/Wakeman (C117). Orig. gray cloth, spine and front cover decorated in gilt and blind with front cover center capsule in three colors. Near fine. $1,295.00

[ONE OF 200]

10. Ernst, Max.

Histoire Naturelle Introduction by Jean Arp.

Teufen, Switzerland: Niggli, 1972. Folio, 52 x 32 cm. 34 black and white plates on heavy thick sheets. Limited edition, one of 200 of the French edition. Originally published 1926 by editions Jeanne Bucher. Ernst was a A key member of first Dada and then Surrealism in Europe in the 1910s and 1920s. Very clean and sharp copy almost as new. Orig. loose as issued text and plates housed in beige basket weave clamshell case lettered in black. Fine. $550.00


11. Flaubert, Gustave.

La Tentation De Saint-Antoine. Edition définitive Vingt miniatures de Arthur Szyk.

Paris: Societe D'Editions Et De Librairie Henri Reynaud, 1926. 203 pages. 24 x 19 cm. Limited edition, copy 319 of 343. Twenty miniature pochoir plates by Arthur Szyk produced by Jean Saude, master of pochoir. Title page and cover printed in red and black, all plates with tissue guards. Superb copy, partly unopened, portion of glassine lacking lower backstrip. Text in French. Orig. stiff printed wrappers with original glassine over wrapper. Fine. (#23997) $695.00


12. Hubbard, Elbert.

A Message To Garcia And Thirteen Other Things.

East Aurora: The Roycrofters, 1901. First edition. (8), iv, (9)-166, (3) pages. 22x 14 cm. Limited edition, copy 16 of 50 on Japan vellum signed by Hubbard and the illuminator, Lily Ess. Portrait frontispiece of Elbert Hubbard. Raised bands, spine with gilt arabesques in floral motifs lettered in gilt. Small paper title label at bottom of clamshell box. Initial letters and upper page designs in myriad colors by Lilly Ess. MCKENNA 70. Bright, very fresh copy. Three quarter red morocco and marbled boards with matching marbled endpapers. Teg. Fine in near fine publisher original fleece-lined clamshell box. $1,695.00

[ONE OF 176]

13. Hugnet, Georges.

La Sphere De Sable Illustrations De Jean Arp.

Paris: Aux Depens De Robert-J, Godet, 1943. First Edition. 23 pages. 23 x 17 cm. Limited edition, copy 130 of 176 on Pur fil paper. A total of 34 black and white drawings and two full page in black and white. Arp was half German half French, born in Strasbourg, he was known as a sculpture, Dadaist and abstract artist. Backstrip with nicks. Orig. light brown stiff wrappers cover printed in red and black. Very good. $375.00


14. Hutton, Charles.

A Mathematical And Philosophical Dictionary: Containing An Explanation Of The Terms, And An Account Of The Several Subjects, Comprized Under The Heads Mathematics, Astronomy, And Philosophy Both Natural And Experimental: With An Historical Account Of The Rise, Progress And Present State Of These Sciences: Also Memoirs Of The Lives And Writings Of The Most Eminent Authors, Both Ancient And Modern, etc.

London: J. Johnson, 1796, 1795. First edition. 650, 756 pages. 27 x 23 cm. Thirty-seven copper engraved plates, and a host of diagrams and tables in the text. Volume I, 1796 probably a later issue -- copies noting 1795 and 1796 on title page are found. In 1773 he was appointed professor of mathematics at the Royal Military Academy, Woolich, and in the following year he was elected fellow of the royal Society of London and reported on Nevil Makelyne's determination of the mean density and mass of the earth from measurements taken in 1774-1776 at Schiehallion in Pertshire. "A most useful work for biographical information and for showing the state of science about 1800 is Charles Huttons's "Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary." [see: KNIGHT p.76]. This work is considered a valuable contribution to scientific biography. GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, March 1823 noted, "It has supplied all subsequent works of that description, and even the most voluminous Cyclopedias, with valuable materials, both in the sciences and in scientific biography." Two leaves of tables repaired with archival tape, endpapers foxed, text mildly toned, overall, a crisp, clean set. Orig. marbled boards rebacked, brown calf with black leather spine labels lettered in gilt. 2 vols. Very good/Near fine. $895.00


15. Koln. Wallraf-Richartz-Museum.

Kunst der Sechziger Jahre Sammling Ludwig im Wallraf-Richartz-Museum Koln 1970 4. verbesserte Auflage * Art of the Sixties 4th revised edition.

Koln: Wallruf-Richartz-Museum, 1970. 168 pages. Small folio, 30x 24 cm. 209 tipped-in plates, [several folding] and screened illustrations and figures on clear acetate sheets hors texte. Introductory comment by Gert von der Osten, and an essay by Evelyn Weiss. Introductory texts printed on polished styrofoam in parallel German and English. A monumental undertaking exquisitely executed. Visually stunning examples of black and white acetate overlays [images of the artists] with full-color examples of their work underneath. Includes Joseph Albers, Horst Antes, Joseph Beuys, Jim Dine, Jean Dubuffet, Dan Flavin, Richard Hamilton, Jasper Johns, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Yves Klein, Sol Lewitt, Louise Nevelson, Claes Oldenburg, Gerhard Richter, Pierre Soulages, Antoni Tapies, Wayne Thiebaud, Cy Twombly, Andy Warhol et al. Clear plastic wrappers, bolted within plexiglass backstrip, as issued. Fine. $425.00


16. London. Samuel Clark.

Epistles From The Yearly Meeting Of the People called Quakers, Held in London, To The Quarterly and Monthly Meetings in Great Britain, Ireland, and Elsewhere; From the Year 1675, to 1759, inclusive. With an Index to the Principal Subjects of Advice.

London: Samuel Clark, 1760. First edition. 275 (2) pages. Folio, 12 1/2" x 8". Early ink owner inscription head of title of Benjamin Grubb. Britain even today remains the most prominent grouping of Quakers in Europe. Covers the yearly meetings from Epistle I, 1675 through Epistle LXXXII, 1759. Many of the accounts also cover Friends in New Jersey, Long-Island, Virginia, Maryland, North-Carolina, and Barbadoes. Entire interior contents clean and fresh printed on wove paper, raised bands, maroon leather spine label printed in gilt, wear to lower corners and spine, chips to backstrip extremities with some loss, leather repair to lower front cover corner, binding tight and firm. Half calf and marbled boards. Very good. $1,200.00


17. Lear, Edward.

A Book Of Nonsense.

London & New York: Frederick Warne And Company & Scribner, Welford And Armstrong, ca 1875. 60 leaves. 26 x 23 cm. 87 full color illustrations with blank page separating the color prints to prevent offsetting. The first quarto edition and the first printed in color. Lear's A Book of Nonsense, first published in 1846, has never gone out of print. It went through 19 printings in his lifetime under several publishers. Artwork after the Dalziel brothers, who are among the most admired and top engravers during the second half of nineteenth century. Bookplate inside front cover and owner inscription on flyleaf dated 19 April 1877. GROLIER: One Hundred Books Famous in Children's Literature. LOKER, p. 150. A brilliant copy, color plates bright and fresh. Scribner, Welford and Co. would became Scribners, Welford and Armstrong in 1872. Orig. dark salmon cloth, backstrip and front cover illustrated in color and blind. Fine. $550.00


18. Loreau, Max.

Cerceaux 'sorcellent Jean Dubuffet.

Bale & Paris: Editions Beyeler & Jeanne Bucher, 1967. First edition. Unpaginated. 27 x 22 cm. Approx. 60 pages, illustrated with twenty-one original silkscreens by Dubuffet, most are colored. French text. Limited edition, copy 184 of 800. FROM MANET TO HOCKNEY 140. MONOD #7280. Lovely, fresh copy, spine a hint darkened. Orig. illustrated stiff wrappers. Near fine in fine black cloth slipcase. $875.00


19. Mandeville, John.

The Voiage And Travaile Which Treateth Of The Way To Hierusalem, And The Marvayles Of Inde, With Other Llands And Countryes.

San Francisco: Random House, 1928. 157 pages. Folio, 34 x 24 cm. Limited edition, copy 25 of 150 by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn for Random House, illuminated by Valenti Angelo in colors and gilt. 32 woodcuts in the text, and 34 large hand-illuminated initials in red, blue and gold. Paragraph marks in red and blue. Type was set by Robert Grabhorn and John Gannon with binding by William Wheeler. The text is from the 1725 English edition, The first compilation appeared circa 1366 in which Mandeville claimed to have journeyed through the countries noted here, but he gathered his story from various literary sources of the period. Raised bands, backstrip lettered in blind with some rubbing to joints. Laid-in a 9 x 12 inch four page Christmas greeting printed in red with a color lithograph on page 3. Orig. publisher's Philippine mahogany boards with brown niger morocco. Very good. $950.00


20. Matisse, Henri .


Monte Carlo: Andre Suaret, 1955. First edition. 152 pages. 31 x 25 cm. One of 500 copies in English [from a total of 2850, this being copy 1830 of the 1501-2000 numbered limitations of the English edition] printed by Mourlot. Cover is an original lithograph by Matisse in gold, blue and black. Sixty duotone lithographic plates after drawings by Matisse, and thirty-three tipped-in color plates. DUTHUIT 670. The original lithograph cover and color plates were printeed by the Ateliers Mourlot Freres. MONOD 7849. RAUCH 340. Orig. pictorial wrappers with clear acetate wrappers. Fine in fine maroon board chemise, in very good matching slipcase. $1,850.00


21. Maupassant, Guy De.

Oeuvres Completes Illustrees Boule De Suif Les Dimanches D'Un Bourgeois De Paris.

Paris: Librairie De France, 1934. 387 pages. 24 x 19 cm. Eight full page pochoir plates executed by Jacomet, 55 full page black and white plates by Victor MIchel, and a host of black and white text illustrations. Boule de Suif, translated variously as Dumpling, Butterball, Ball of Fat, or Ball of Lard, is a short story by the late-19th-century first published on 15/16 April 1880. Limited edition, copy 685 of 1150 on alfa satine Navarre. Elegant unsigned binding, inner dentelles, green silked and marbled board endpapers, spine of original paper bound edition laid-in. Interior fresh and day printed. Full black morocco, raised bands, spine in gilt and colors, front cover lettered in gilt. Teg. Fine. $350.00


22. Mulas, Ugo.

New York: The New Art Scene Photographs by Ugo Mulas * Text by Alan Solomon * Design By Michele Pronvinciali.

New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1967. First edition. 337 (4) pages. 33 x 24 cm. Profusion of black and white photographs printed in Italy on semi-glossy stock. An attempt to create a photographic record at a moment in history of the contemporary art scene in New York. With more than 500 photographs Mulas attempts to capture the spirit of the time. Orig. beige cloth backstrip lettered in black. Fine in worn dust wrapper. $595.00


22A. Philadelphia. H.C. Carey & I. Lea.

Philadelphia: H.C. Carey & I. Lea, 1826. First edition. 353 pages. 14.5 x 9 cm. Literature by James Kirk Paulding, William Cullen Bryant, Catherine Sedgwick et al. Paulding who served as Secretary of the Navy probably authored "Biographical Sketch of Admiral Paul Jones." Contents contain twenty-four titles of varying lengths. "The Catholic Iroquois," is one of the longer articles. Full page engravings also presented, one engraved by Fairman and Childs [Gideon Fairman and Cephas Childs] prominent engravers of the period for a portrait by English artist William Brockedon. Light, scattered toning in immaculate binding, green velvet endpapers, inner dentelles, raised bands, spine panels in elaborate gilt motifs and cover borders paneled in floral designs. Full crushed red levant morocco. Aeg. Fine. $425.00


23. Ray, Man & Paul Eluard.

Les Mains Libre illustre's par les poemes de Paul Eluard.

Paris: Aux Editions Jeane Bucher, 1937. First edition. 29 x 23 cm. Limited edition, copy 596 of 675 illustrated with numerous full page illustrations after designs by Man Ray, and printed on Chester Verge. A total of fifty four Man Ray line drawings. Enclosed an invoice from Mindell Dubansky noting cleaning and repair: "cover dry cleaned with eraser particles and repaired with kozo tissue." Also, spine of the text block cleaned and relined with kozo tissue. Bookplate of George Sidney. Partly unopened, slight damp stain at foot of spine, minor extremity rubbing. Interior contents clean and bright. Orig. brown wrappers, front covers illustrated in white and white back cover illustrated in brown. Very good. $1,550.00


24. Russell, John.

A Complete And Useful Book Of Cyphers; wherein The various Combinations of the Alphabet are Ornamentally disposed In The Present Taste; Beautifully Engraved on Twenty-four Copper Plates Also a Print of the Emperor Charlemagne's Crown.

London: R. Sayer and J. Bennett, c.1780. First edition. Unpaginated. A myriad display of curlicues pertaining to alphabet design elegantly presented. Tiny double pin holes at one quarter inch from the bottom of the page not affecting page image. Each plate with embossed borders. Interiors contents clean and fresh, slight toning at bottom of title page and next leaf. Raised bands, panels decorated in blind, endpapers renewed. Modern full brown calf in with rectangular center in Cambridge style. Near fine. $995.00


25. Steichen, Edward.

The Early Years 1900-1927.

New York: Aperture, 1981. Large folio, 57 x 42 cm. Limited edition, copy 234 of 500 on Rives BFK (from a total of 1000 copies, plus 100 artist proofs). Portfolio of 12 hand-pulled photogravure prints, loose as issued with tissue guards. Essays by photographer Beaumont Newhall and Steichen's daughter, Mary Steichen Calderone MD, each signed in ink by both. LISTING of PRINTS: Grand Prix at Longchamp: After the Races, Paris, 1900 * Self-Portrait with Sister, Milwaukee, 1902 * Moonrise, Mamaroneck, New York, 1904 * In Memoriam, New York, 1902 * Steichen and Wife Clara on Their Honeymoon, Lake George, New York, 1903 * Richard Strauss, New York, 1904 * The Flatiron, New York, 1905 * Heavy Roses, Voulangis, France, 1914 * Isadora Duncan at the Portal of the Parthenon, Athens, 1920 * Three Pears and an Apple, France, circa 1921 * Brancusi in His Studio, Paris, 1925. Fresh and as-new copy of this limited edition portfolio of Edward Steichen's most renowned photographs. The text leaves were printed at the Stinehour Press, and the photogravure plates were hand-pulled on the presses of the Atelier de Taille Douce of Saint-Prex, Switzerland. Nubby beige cloth. Fine in matching fine slipcase with contents inside a paper enclosure and an Indian tussah silk and Curtis Tweedweave folio and slipcase with gold lettering. $4,500.00


26. Thackeray, William Makepeace [M.A.Titmarsh].

Comic Tales And Sketches.

London: Hugh Cunningham, 1841. First edition. 299, 370 pages. 20 x 12.5 cm. Profusion of tinted plates by Thackeray. Front covers and spines of original edition bound-in. As a contributor to Punch Thackeray often parodied the false romantic sentiment pervading the fiction of his day. Thackeray’s work is critical of the Victorian bourgeois era, combining an understanding of socio-historical patterns with a vision of life as an unending masquerade. Clean copy, raised bands, spine panels decorated in gilt arabesques.VAN DUZER 35. Three quarter maroon morocco and matching cloth. Teg. Fine. 2 vols. $395.00


27. Warhol, Andy.

Andy Warhol's Index Book.

New York: Random House, [1967]. First edition. Unpaginated. 28 x 22 cm. With the assistance of Stephen Shore, Paul Morrissey, Ondine, and Nico. Factory photographs by Billy Name. Pop-ups and moveables entirely present and in working order (usual exception noted): Pop-up castle; Accordion noisemaker; Bi-plane; Chelsea Girls circular ad on spring; Geodesic paper "balloon" with string and rubber band inside balloon; Velvet Underground disc, Rainbow nose fold-out; Hunt's Tomato Paste pop-up; Andy Warhol perforated tabs; and Balloon degraded as usual. Black cloth, lensed pictorial grating mounted to front cover as issued. Near fine. $1,195.00