London: Eyre and Spottiswoode Ltd. 1939. 1st. Cloth. The 1939 stated "2nd edition, revised", following the 1927 1st edition. Solid and VG in its russet cloth, with light foxing to the endsheets (not at all affecting the crisp plates). Tallq quarto, beautiful Munnings reproductions (in both color and black-and-white) thruout.
The University: John Hansard Gallery, 1985. 1st. Original Wraps. A very sharp copy of the catalogue based on the Oct-Nov 1985 exhibition at the John Hansard Gallery in Southampton, UK. Bright and Near Fine in its gray wrappers. Only 500 copies printed. New York's Hirschl & Adler Gallery blindstamp at the title page.
New York: Lefebre Gallery, 1962. Original wraps. The uncommon catalogue based on the February-March 1962 exhibition at New York's Lefebre Gallery. Clean and Near Fine in its stapled wrappers. "For his first New York one man show from February 17 to March 24, 1962 Pierre Alechinsky has executed the 4...
Bogota, Colombia: Galeria Fernando Quintana. 1st. Original Wraps. A near-immaculate copy of this uncommon 1988 Warhol cataloue issued out of Bogota. Bright and Near Fine in its dark wrappers, with the "negative" of one of Warhol's "Marilyn" silkscreens adorning the cover. Quarto, crisply-reproduced plates thruout in vivid color.
St. Louis: Lococo Fine Art, 2008. Original Wraps. First Edition. 2008 Warhol catalogue "presenting never-before-exhibited original collages and graphite drawings of the 'Love' series". A bright, Near Fine copy in its pictorial wrappers, with very light soiling along the rear panel. Tall quarto, also includes an interview with Vincent Fremont...
Madrid: Luis Perez, 1960. 1st. Original Wraps. Catalogue #7 from the June 1960 exhibition in Madrid called "Colleccion del Arte de Hoy", focusing on the Spanish sculptor, Angel Ferrant. Clean and VG in its pictorial wrappers, with very light wear at the panels. Quarto, crisp black-and-white plates (including a number of fold-outs) thruout.