Lot 47 of 343:
Fire Station inscribed to Mackintosh 1970  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$1,440
Estimate:
$1,500 - $2,500

Title:
Fire Station

Author:
Bukowski, Charles

Place:
Santa Barbara

Publisher:
Capricorn Press

Date:
1970

Description:
Title page printed on red paper label, which is over a printed drawing by Bukowski, as issued. (8vo), black boards, red paper spine and cover labels lettered in black, front label with embossed gold "fire pole," original red-orange tissue dust jacket, acetate jacket. One of 100 copies designed, printed & bound by Noel Young and Graham Mackintosh. First Edition. * Also includes the wrapper-bound copy. Together 2 volumes. Inscribed to publisher Graham Mackintosh by Bukowski on dedication page with the message, "there's nothing to do but drink and write. Charles Bukowski 3-26-70." One of the last books by Bukowski to be published outside of the Black Sparrow Press. After 1970 Bukowski, with few exceptions, only allowed his books to be published by John Martin’s Black Sparrow Press. Rare item, especially in a fine tissue jacket. Krumhansl 34.b; Fogel 34.

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Condition:
Fine.


 
Item number:
217472
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