Lot 18 of 413:
Bukowski: 1977-1987 1/26, inscribed, John Martin's Copy  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$660
Estimate:
$800 - $1,200

Title:
Bukowski: 24 Photographs, 1977-1987

Author:
Montfort, Michael

Place:
[Hollywood]

Publisher:
[Michael Montfort]

Date:
[1987]

Description:

Unpaginated. Introduction and poem by Bukowski. 26x20.5 cm (10¼x8"), glossy pictorial boards, gray cloth spine. One of 26 copies thus bound. First Edition.

Inscribed by Bukowski at the colophon with a sketch of his little man and bottle: "Put these under your bed, they'll be worth big $ some day... Hank, Charles Bukowski". Designated copy of John Martin, the founder of Black Sparrow Press. Printed for a show of photographs at Grauwert Gallery in Hamburg, Germany (Krumhansl 104b). 


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Item number:
312070
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