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By: Grosz, George
New York: Brussel & Brussel. 1965, 1965. (First edition thus). Small folio. Gilt titled paper covered boards. Near fine in near fine price-clipped d/w. [d/w has a very light discoloration 1/" wide across cover) First U.S. edition of Grosz' work which was suppressed in Germany shortly after its publication. Contains 16 watercolors and 84 drawings. View more info
By: Briggs, Clare
Publisher: NY, Chicago, P. F. Volland, 1918
1st ed., oblong 4to, ½ green cloth, illustrated boards. Briggs’ classic work on the joys and frustrations of the sport, most of which had been previously published in the New York Herald-Tribune. Very good: Externally very clean with rubbed corners, edges; spine a bit loose; front hinge lightly cracked. Interior clean and bright with no foxing. Notoriously prone to wear, a very nice copy. View more info
Publisher: NY:, Henry Holt & Co., 1946.
Edition: 1st. ed.
The first comprehensive anthology of Herriman's classic strip. Introduction by e.e. Cummings. This copy is inscribed inside the front cover with several original pen and ink drawings by Kelly Kimball, daughter of Walt Disney animator Ward Kimball, and two friends Greg & Larry who have appropriated the Herriman signature as their own. Email us if you would like scans of the inscriptions. View more info
Publisher: New York, Abrams, 1973
The true first edition (1973) with the original 3-dimensional applique of Mickey Mouse and acetate dustjacket. The book itself is in fine condition, with the white cloth still bright on the front and with just some minor soiling along the top and bottom edges of the back cover (from shelf-wear). The acetate d/w has some scuffs and a few crayon marks and has two 3" closed tears on the back a 1/2" closed tear on the front. View more info