London: Scriptum Editions, 2005. Decorative Cloth. An immaculate copy of the 2005 2nd printing. Tight and Fine in a bright, Fine dustjacket. Folio, lush black-and-white and color reproductions thruout. Foreword by Sir Elton John, whose AIDS Foundation was the beneficiary from the proceeds of this publication.
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Nazraeli Press, 1998. Cloth. A clean, crisp copy of the 1998 1st edition. Near Fine in a bright, Near Fine dustjacket. Octavo, 69 pgs., limited to 1,000 copies.
New York: (Eurotica) NBM Publishing Inc., 1994. Cloth. A sharp copy of the 1994 1st US edition. Crisp and Fine in a bright, Near Fine pictorial dustjacket. Tall qaurto, unpaginated.
Tokyo: Haga Shoten Publishing Company, Inc., 1979. 1st. 1979 1st edition of the very first issue of "The Best Nudes", a pictorial Japanese hardback devoted to high-quality nude photography. This, the maiden issue, profiles the work of the great American nude photographer Andre de Dienes and also Peter Basch. Clean...
Paris: Scatopolis: Chez Les Marchands D'Aniterges, 1849. The 1849 1st edition of this uncommon "scatological" reference. 1of only 150 copies iissued. Solid and VG in its 1/4 leather over marbled boards. Tight and well-preserved, with only light rubbing along the spine and very light fraying at the spine crown. Octavo...
New York: Tana (Louise) & Mara (Gaye), 1958. Original wraps. 1958 catalogue of bizarre, risque and unusual costumes for masquerading or for theatrical or impersonating purposes. Clean and VG+ in its stapled, pictorial wrappers, with just a touch of creasing along the spine. Octavo, 16 pgs., also includes the publisher's original order form.
Berlin: Bruno Gmunder Verlag, 1990. 1st. Original Wraps. A very sharp copy of the 1990 1st edition. Clean and Near Fine in its pictorial wrappers. Quarto, crisp, very stylized black-and-white beefcake photography thruout.
New York: Selbee Associates, c. 1960. Original wraps. A solid, very sharp copy, c. 1960. Clean and Near Fine in its stapled, pictorial wrappers. Octavo, crisp black-and-white photos.
Privately Published, 1934. Decorative Cloth. Wonderful 1934 look at the Dutch Treat Club and its ribald humor. Saucy illustrations thruout celebrating all things female (particularly the form). VG in its "devilish", illustrated cloth, with light, forgivable age-toning at the panels. Octavo, 94 pgs. Fold-out map at rear (illustrated by the...
New York: Esquire, Inc., 1948. 12 nicely-rendered color sketches by Al Moore. Spiral-bound, clean and bright and solidly VG. The 1949 calendar, each month graced by an Esquire beauty.
New York: Burmel Publishing, c. 1957. Gene Bilbrew. Original wraps. A very sharp copy of Exotique ("a new publication of the bizarre and unusual"), issue #13, c. 1960. Clean and Near Fine in its stapled, pictorial wrappers. Octavo, black-and-white photos plus illustrations by the great Gene Bilbrew.
New York: Burmel Publishing Co., c. 1958. Original wraps. A sharp copy of Exotique #29, c. 1960. Clean and Near Fine in its stapled, pictorial wrappers. Octavo, black-and-white photos and illustrations thruout.
New York: Burmel Publishing Co., 1959. Gene Bilbrew. Original wraps. A very nice copy of Exotique #34, published 1959. Clean and Near Fine in its stapled, pictorial wrappers. Octavo, illustrated by the great Gene Bilbrew.
Cologne, Germany: Taschen, 1998. Hardcover. First Thus. An immaculate, Fine copy of the 1998 boxed set, STILL IN ITS ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP. Complete reprints of Exotique's first 36 issues, 1951-1957. Thick octaos.
New York: Burmel Publishing Co., 1957. Original wraps. A very solid copy of this 1957 issue #4, with its wonderful Gene Bilbrew cover. Tight and VG+ in its stapled, pictorial wrappers, with very light rubbing to the front panel and light soiling --and just a touch of abrading-- to the...
Westminster, CA: Centurians Publ. 1972. Original wraps. Handsome copy of this 1972 catalogue, with wonderful black-and-white photos thruout. Clean and Near Fine in its stapled, pictorial wrappers. Quarto, also includes publisher's "theatrical footwear" order form.
Fort Worth, Texas: SRI Publishing Co. 1st. Original Wraps. A large run of this ribald mid 60s sex magazine. All issues clean, tight, VG+ to Near Fine quartos in their stapled pictorial wrappers. Thousands and thousands of jokes, limericks and cartoons. An 8 year run, ranging from 1964 thru 1971.
Tokyo: Parco Co., 1987. Original Wraps. 1987 stated 1st printing. Bright and clean and Near Fine in its pictorial wrappers. And also including a bright example of publisher's mylar dustjacket. Quarto, text in both Japanese and English.
New York: The Quantuck Lane Press, 2008. Cloth. SIGNED BY ARNOLD SKOLNICK on the title page. A very sharp copy to boot of the 2008 stated 1st edition. Bright and Fine in its navy-blue cloth, with a Fine example of both the publisher's pictorial belly band and slipcase. Quarto, 127...
New York: S-K Books, 1964. Original wraps. A solid copy of the 1964 1st edition. Tight and VG+ in its stapled, pictorial wrappers, with very light creasing along the panel edges. Octavo, crisp black-and-white photos thruout.
New York: Selbee Associates, c. 1960. Original wraps. A crisp, very sharp copy, c. 1960. Clean and Near Fine in its stapled, pictorial wrappers. Octavo, vivid black-and-white photos thruout.
Paris. Hardcover. Photographic tribute to the post-War Paris Music Halls of the late 40s and early 50s. Skillfully photographed in rich gravure by B.M. Bernand. A tight, VG+ copy in its original stapled boards. And in a bright, VG pictorial dustjacket, with light chipping at the panel edges. Quarto, unpaginated.....
Firenze, Italy: Glittering Images, 1988. Decorative Cloth. A handsome copy of the 1988 1st edition, limited to 1,600 numbered copies. Crisp and Fine in its decorative cloth, with bright gilt-lettering at the front panel and spine. Octavo, 105 pgs.
Chicago: HMH Publishing Co., 1958. Original Wraps. The January 1958 issue, featuring a 3 pg. original article by Jack Kerouac called "The Rumbling, Rambling Blues". A crisp, well-preserved copy as well. Bright and VG in its stapled wrappers. Quarto, 72 pgs.
Chicago: HMH Publishing Co., 1958. Original Wraps. A clean, well-preserved copy of the January 1958 issue of Playboy, with the Jack Kerouac short story "Rambling, Rambling Blues" appearing in print for the first time. Solid and VG+ in its stapled, pictorial wrappers. Quarto, 73 pgs. Protected in an archival plastic sleeve.