Lot 35 of 366:
Brautigan, Would You Like to Saddle Up, 1/50  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$168
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Would You Like to Saddle Up a Couple of Goldfish and Swim to Alaska?

Author:
Brautigan, Richard

Place:
Berkeley, California

Publisher:
Bancroft Library Press

Date:
1995

Description:

Unpaginated. Errata slip laid in. Original illustrated wrappers. Pages uncut. No. 39 of 50 copies. First Edition.

First edition of this previously unpublished work by Brautigan, written in Oregon in the 1950s. The short "novel" was a part of the group of writings Brautigan left with Edna Webster. This is a  scarce example of one of the numbered copies, not issued for sale. Most copies encounted are out-of-series and unnumbered.


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Condition:
Fine.


 
Item number:
307842
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