Lot 211 of 455:
Seven literary broadsides signed by Ferlinghetti and others  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$120
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Seven literary broadsides

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Place:
Various places

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Date:
Various dates

Description:

7 broadsides. Various sizes and limitations.

A selection of literary broadsides, including pieces signed by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Al Purdy, and Harold Norse.

Includes:

  • Snyder, Gary. A Curse on the Men in Washington, Pentagon. Letterpress broadside. 40x30 cm (16x12"). First letterpress publication of the second printing. One of 500 copies. [Santa Barbara]: Unicorn Press, [1970].
  • Twowindows Folio VI. Broadsides from 6 poets: Howard Mccord, Peter Wild, D. R. Wagner,  Douglas Blazek, Paul Ramsey,  Maurice McDonald. Housed in red paper portfilio with paper cover label. Light wear to portfilio; contents fine. Twowindows Press, 1970. 
  • Clark, Tom. Jack Kerouac. Illustrated broadside. 19x13". No. 18 of 100 numbered copies from a total edition of  126 copies. near fine. Water Row Press, 1985. 
  • Huncke, Herbert. Again - The Hospital. 56x30 cm (22x12"). Published as Heaven Poster Series #23. Fine, or nearly so. Louisville: White Fields Press, 1995. 
  • Norse, Harold. I Am In The Hub Of The Fiery Force. 35.5x21.5 cm (14x8½"). Signed by harold Norse. Copy "P" of 26 lettered copies from an edition of 226 copies. Fine. San Francisco: Pneumatic Press and St. Adrian Company, 1995.
  • Purdy, Al. Lament for Bukowski. Broadside poem, printed over a collage of photos of Bukowski. 16x10". No. 84 of 126 copies. Near fine. Sun Dog Press, 1997.
  • Ferlinghetti, Lawrence. The Statue of Saint Francis. Letterpress broadside. Signed by Ferlinghetti. 12½x6". No. 67 of 100 copies. Fine. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2009.

 


Lot Amendments

Condition:
Occasional light wear; generally near fine or better.


 
Item number:
311601
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