Lot 229 of 725:
Book of photo portraits, rock stars signed by Annie Leibovitz  

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Shooting Stars - signed by Annie Leibovitz

Leibovitz, Annie, editor

[San Francisco]

Straight Arrow Books



Illustrated throughout with photographs. Designed by Tony Lane. 34.5x25.5 cm (13½x10") original photographically illustrated wrappers. First Printing.

Signed on the title page by the editor and famed photographer Annie Leibovitz. It is the first book by Annie Leibovitz, and it features photographs of musicians and rock stars by various photographers like Herb Greene and Ethan Russell, all collected here in "The Rolling Stone Book of Portraits." With numerous beautiful portraits of Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, The Grateful Dead, and others. Rare to find the work signed by Leibovitz.

Lot Amendments

Tiny tear at spine heel, light wear to wrapper extremities; very good.

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