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Image for Golf, the Book of a Thousand Chuckles: The Famous Golf Cartoons

Golf, the Book of a Thousand Chuckles: The Famous Golf Cartoons

By: Briggs, Clare

Price: $275.00

Publisher: NY, Chicago, P. F. Volland: 1918

Seller ID: 022024


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

Image for The Art of Walt Disney . From Mickey Mouse to the Magic Kingdoms

The Art of Walt Disney . From Mickey Mouse to the Magic Kingdoms

By: Finch, Christopher

Price: $110.00

Publisher: New York, Abrams: 1973

Seller ID: 10502


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

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Krazy Kat (Inscribed.)

By: Herriman, George.

Price: $150.00

Publisher: NY:, Henry Holt & Co.: 1946.

Edition: 1st. ed.

Seller ID: A0005

Condition: Very good;


The first comprehensive anthology of Herriman's classic comic strip. Introduction by e.e. Cummings. This copy is inscribed inside the front cover with several original pen and ink drawings and cartoons by Kelly Kimball, daughter of Walt Disney animator Ward Kimball, and two friends Greg & Larry who have appropriated the Herriman signature as their own. Apparently signed while the three were in art school together. Kimball later became a Hollywood costume designer. Film credits include Coming to America, The Prince of Egypt, and Michael Jackson's "Thriller" Email us if you would like better... View more info

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Gonzo the Art

By: Steadman, Ralph

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, Harcourt and Brace: 1998

Edition: 1st

Seller ID: 01301


A comprehensive retrospective of Ralph Steadman's "Gonzo" artwork. Small 4to, cloth. 208 pp. Introduction by Hunter S. Thompson. New copy in d/w. View more info

Image for The Alphabet Annotated, and Hints Upon Slip-Slop by an Old Etonian ; For Youth and Adults in Doggerel Verse. Illustrated and etched by George W. Terry.

The Alphabet Annotated, and Hints Upon Slip-Slop by an Old Etonian ; For Youth and Adults in Doggerel Verse. Illustrated and etched by George W. Terry.

By: TERRY, George W.

Price: $125.00

Publisher: London: Ackermann & Co: 1853

Edition: 1st edition

Seller ID: k200120l

Condition: Poor


London: Ackermann & Co, , (1853). 1st ed., 4to approx.. 12-3/4” x 9-3/4”. Green cloth with large pictorial paper paste-on. 64 pages. Each page illustrated with elaborate b/w etchings An alphabet book, including the proper phonetics for the English language. Poor; internally sound but substantially shaken; occasional light foxing. Binding split with spine lacking, corners rubbed and bumped. View more info

Image for Original editorial cartoon endorsing Franklin D. Roosevelt for his first presidential campaign

Original editorial cartoon endorsing Franklin D. Roosevelt for his first presidential campaign

By: Winsor McCay

Price: $7,500.00

Publisher: 1932

Seller ID: s200305a


Original editorial cartoon endorsing Franklin D. Roosevelt for his first presidential campaign. 17”x13” [Image size 16”x11”; framed to 21”x17”] black ink on Bristol board. “He Will Make Hay When This Son Shines” -- A farmer with two plow horses stands in his field, his hands outstretched in welcome to the image of FDR floating in the clouds above. Signed by McCay in lower right. Undated; large penciled notation at bottom indicates it was to be printed across 4 columns “tonight” (New York Herald Tribune, September 18, 1932.) Matted and simply framed with glass front. A la... View more info

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The Absurd World of Charles Bragg. [Signed, Limited ed.]

By: [Bragg, Charles] Taylor, Geoffrey

Price: $225.00

Publisher: NY: Harry N. Abrams in association with Bowles/Hopkins Publishing: 1980

Edition: 1st edition

Seller ID: s191208c

Condition: Fine


1st ed., 4to. Deluxe leatherbound edition, limited to 1200 signed and numbered copies in slipcase. Bragg (1931- 2017) was an American sculptor, painter, artist and author known best for his satirical artwork. His work is displayed in numerous museums and exhibitions and won many awards, including the Gold Medal for the National Society of Illustrators and the Award of Merit from the Art Directors Guild of New York. Fine, with fading to fore-edge of slipcase. View more info

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The Ruling Clawss / Cartoons by A. Redfield

By: [Syd Hoff] A. Redfield

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Daily Worker: 1935

Edition: 1st edition

Seller ID: k200120h

Condition: Near Fine


1st ed., 8vo, illustrated boards. 184 pp. 160 full-page single-panel cartoons satirizing the capitalist upper class from a socialist perspective, reprinted from the Daily Worker where they ran as a feature from 1933-1935. Illustrated end papers satirizing K-Q cards in red and blue and title-page in red & black. Afterword, "Social Satire" by the cartoonist. "Subscription Edition" published in December, 1935; also published in a numbered edition of 500 copies. Very good-near fine; a clean tight copy with only very minor edgewear, small scuff on front board. Lacking the scarce d/w as usual. View more info