First printing of this delightfully day-glo set of pop-out paper dolls of the characters, vehicles, and scenery from the 1968 animated Beatles film THE YELLOW SUBMARINE, including several versions of John, Paul, George, and Ringo.
First printing of the designer's catalogue of spoons, preceded by an essay of dubious psychological perception but great historical interest on the longstanding affective and emotional ties that bind humanity to our beloved Spoons.
By Richard Lindner, foreword by Dore Ashton, introduction by Nancy Schwartz
Catalogue of an exhibition held from October 12 to November 24, 1971, of these vivid and theatrical watercolor paintings, "the culminating expression of the New York scene as viewed by Richard Lindner" (Schwartz).
Beautiful miniature fine press production of this excerpt from THE DOGS BARK, in which Capote describes his beginnings as a collector through the ruinous encouragement of Colette, with whom he shares an appreciation for the beauty of paperweights.
By Arthur Conan Coyle, adapted by J.M. González Cremona, illustrated by Vicente Torregrosa et al.
Spanish comic-book adaptation of an astonishingly condensed Adventures of Brigadier Gerard, The White Company, and three Sherlock Holmes stories: A Scandal in Bohemia, The Musgrave Ritual, and The Adventure of the Crooked Man.
First edition of this heavily illustrated selected of Peake's poems, excerpted novels, articles, and previously unpublished works and fragments, co-edited and with a biographical introduction by sculptor and writer Gilmore, Peake's widow.