Lot 300 of 429:
With portfolio of unbound etchings by Chagoya  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$1,320
Estimate:
$2,000 - $3,000

Title:
The Bread of Days. El Pan de los Dias.
Author:
Beckett, Samuel, translator and Enrique Chagoya, artist
Place:
Covelo, CA
Publisher:
Yolla Bolly Press
Date:
[1994]
Description:

Notes by Eliot Weinberger and Octavio Paz. xvi, 123, [2] pp. 12 color etchings by Enrique Chagoya. (Folio) original pictorial cloth with stitched linen spine, linen slipcase. Copy no. VII of XII accompanied by a suite of 12 unbound prints and enclosed in a box.

Poems by eleven Mexican poets. Signed at the colophon by Chagoya, Paz, and Weinberger, as issued. Each unbound print also signed by Chagoya. Rare with extra portfolio of etchings. No auction records found on either Rare Book Hub or American Book Prices Current.

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Fine.
 
Item number:
300235b
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