Privately Printed, 1888. Facsimile Reprint. Octavo; 11pp text describing 70 small mounted plates. Bound in modern wheat colored cloth with black title label; minor foxing and soiling; gutter restored; minor handling grime; contents else very good. [Spine; black title label gilt on wheat-colored cloth].
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1979. First edition. Thin octavo. VG- in VG- dust jacket. Light yellow spine with red and black lettering. SIGNED by the author on the title page. Covers and dust jacket panels clean. Binding strong. Text of pages clean. Small remainder mark to bottom edge of text block near the spine. 160pp, with 146 black and white illustrations.
Houston, TX: Tafford Publishing Inc. 1989. Octavo, 187pp. Hardcover with dust jacket in VG/VG condition. Minor bumping and shelf-wear. Dust jacket is clean with only light wear and faint age-toning to rear panel, and encased in a protective mylar covering. No markings or creases to the text. Spine is very lightly cocked. Binding is sturdy. Shelve: EROTICA Spine is light to dark pink gradation with black text.
Paris: Editions Planete, 1969. Octavo (6.25"w x 7"h); good/none; white cloth spine with black text; minor shelf wear and bumping; toning at the spine; boards, lightly bowed; text block, clean; black-and-white illustrations; nudity; 344pp. ---TEXT IN FRENCH. Shelve: EROTICA Spine is pale beige cloth with black text.
Hoboken, 1929. Limited Edition. Small Octavo: G+/no-DJ: Dark red spine with brown plate and red text:Boards are age toned, general shelfwear and rubbing, corners are frayed and boards show through: Textblock is dyed red along head edge by the publisher, otherwise age toned, pages have age toning but are free of markings, folds or tears, some illustrations: Limited, special edition privately printed, verso states 700 copies were printed, this book is numbered 435: 211 pp.
Munchen: Prestel, 2003. Text in German; Quarto; VG/VG; Blue spine with small photograph of a woman's legs and light beige and white text. DJ has general shelf wear, no tears; Boards have minor bumping to corners, otherwise, clean, binding strong; Textblock is clean, free of underlining/highlighting; 123 photographs; May require extra pricing for shipping international.
New York: DKNY, 2000. First Edition. Small folio; 62pp [unpaginated]. Photo essay between Milla Jovovich and Gary Oldman; bound in full red cloth with mylar wrap in black paper-covered box. The box is edgeworn with a few joints broken; mylar wrap shows some abrasions; contents are very good throughout. Signed by Jovovich and Oldman on title. [Spine; black box]. Shelve in CASE #11.
New York: Oliver Layton Press, 1966. Second. Octavo, 281pp in orange paper-covered boards with rust-colored cloth spine with gilt titles in a yellow dustjacket with red titles on front and spine. Condition is VG/G+ with slight smudging and soiling to text block edges, DJ has edgewear, small open chips and insect damage at top of spine.
Munchen: Albert Langen, c1909. 16th and 17th Thousand. Quarto; 2 volumes [of 3]; greenish felt/velour cloth boards with color illustrations pasted to top boards; no dustjackets; moderate to heavy external wear, staining and soiling; few tears to cloth; corners worn and showing; contents generally very good with hundreds of illustrations in black and white and in color. [Spines; soiled pale green with gilt titles].
Mondo Press, 1989. First edition (signed);. Thin quarto in paper; VG condition/no DJ; blue, black and pink; author's signature on title page; text and photos clean, some edgewear, rubbing to corners, used paperback in VG condition; pp. 95. Book contains nudity as well as gore special effects Item kept in "13 ephemera" box in Netdesk area.
London: Hutchinson and Co. 1897. 1st. 12mos; VG-/none; maroon cloth spine with gold spine lettering, decorated front boards, blind filigree; ex-library, white call numbers on all spines near base; stamps and markings. shelf wear and bumping; spines sunned faintly. hinges, split starts; foxing starts; binding shaken; ---Volume I: text block, clean; 272 pp.; small clipping on author pasted on front pastedown; else very good; ---Volume II: text block, clean; 258 pp.; head-edge, chipping; front board, flaking; else very good; ---Volume III: text block, clean; 266 pp.; spine chipping; head-edge joint, split start; else very good.
New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1992. Quartos: VG/no-DJ paperbacks: Navy blue spine with white text, dark red spine with white text and black spine with white text: 3 volume set: Covers all have light general shelfwear, some mild scuff marks, very slight fraying to corners: Textblocks have some mild dust staining, otherwise clean and pages are unmarked: Vol I- ISBN 0881848743, 159 pp; Vol II- ISBN 0881847879, 159 pp; Vol III- ISBN 0786702974, 160 pp. [Over sized book. Additional shipping necessary for expedited/international shipping. Economy international shipping unavailable due to weight/size restrictions. Please contact seller for additional information.].
New York: Scat Publications, 1979. First edition. Quarto in softcover. VG+ and signed on the title page by the artist. Jimmy De Sana (November 12, 1949 – July 27, 1990) was an American artist and a key figure in the East Village punk art scene of the 1970s and 1980s. De Sana's photography has been described as "anti-art" in its approach to capturing images of the human body, in a manner ranging from "savagely explicit to purely symbolic". William S. Burroughs wrote the introduction to his collection of photographs Submission which was self-published in 1980. His work includes the album cover for the Talking Heads album More Songs about Buildings and Food. Shelve in case 11.
New York: Peter H. Wyden, 1970. Unstated, apparent first edition. Octavo. VG with good- dust jacket. Red spine with white lettering. Crease across the top of the front dust jacket panel. Diagonal crease to the rear dust jacket panel. Moderate rubbing to dust jacket panels. Very minor chipping to the head and tail of the dust jacket spine. Covers, binding, text block edges all very good. Text pages clean and unmarked. 177pp. Shelved in Drugs Lit. section.
Tubingen: Konkursbuch, 2000. Octavo; VG/no-DJ paperback; spine gray with black and brown lettering; covers sturdy, clean, slight curling on front fore edge, very minor bump on front edge of spine, minimal other wear; textblock clean, minimal wear, no writing/markings, no highlighting/underlining, contains full-page black/white tasteful nude photos on glossy paper. TEXT IN GERMAN. no pagination.
Berlin, Ger. Benedikt Taschen, 1990. First ed. Reprint. VG Folio in marbled DJ, B/W iphoto on front, title on spine in black. Minor shelfwear, spine slightly cocked. Pages clean, flat and white, photos - b/w and tinted, sharp. 3D glasses missing. 160 pgs. 216 photos, single and stereoscopic. shelve Erotica.
San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books, 2005. First Edition. Small Octavo: VG-/VG: Brown spine with white and dark brown text: DJ is covered in brodart, clean with mild shelfwear: Boards have general shelfwear, bumping to head and tail of spine, some scratches to front: Textblock is clean and pages unmarked:127 pp.
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1975. English Language Edition. Reprint; Quarto; VG+/VG; Spine is white with black text; DJ has general shelf wear, some age toning, large closed tear on front left corner, closed tear on back top edge, several small open tears along back bottom edge, material loss to head and tail of spine, some small scratches and smudges, cover design is clear, Brodart cover; Boards have general edge wear, light bumping/rubbing to corners, head/tail of spine have significant bumping, joints and hinges are strong; Text block has general signs of handling, age-toning to edges, gutters are cracked, binding is sensitive, creasing on pages 77-80 and 65-68, content is clear; pp 176; Additional shipping cost may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions. Shelved in upstairs bookshelf, next to copier.
New York, NY: Brussel & Brussel, Inc. 1967. US Printing. 8vo. VG/VG-. black DJ spine and panels show heavy abrading, edgewear and small closed cuts concentrated at stress points, the spine ends and outer extremities. much rubbing to the solid jacket front/rear filled with thick/bold ivory text. slim white inner flaps a bit toned. DJ under clear protective cover. mauve/dark rose clothbound HB with small stamped gold type, adjacent panels solid. basic ivory sheets clear, complete in 389 pp.
New York: Ivan Obolensky, 1961. First Edition. softcover 16mo., unpaginated, VG-; black/red/white pictorial front cover, small white lettering to spine; mild wear to covers: rubbing to covers, edges, and hinges (text to spine somewhat affected yet clear and legible); original price "$1.50" to bottom right corner of front cover; age-toning to text-block, minor stain towards middle of fore-edge; covers protected by plastic covering; interior clean; limitation page to interior a "spoof," with all copies stating No. 83 of 212 copies (in Toledano's Goreyography, p. A7a); shelved Case 0.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1980. First Edition Reprint, First Printing. 16mo., unpaginated, VG/VG-; black matte DJ, age-toned tan lettering to spine (orig. white); mild overall wear, mostly rubbing to edges; front flap price clipped, with incorrect ISBN "0312921128" and "Distributed by Kampmann & Company" labels beneath; black matte boards, white lettering to spine, design to board identical to DJ; very slight cocking to spine and boards, front board somewhat shaken, binding sturdy; rubbing with slight material loss to head, tail, and corners; limitation page to interior a "spoof," with all copies stating No. 83 of 212 copies (in Toledano's Goreyography, p. A7a); SIGNED by Gorey as "Ogdred Weary" to half-title page; fully illustrated; shelved Case 0.