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  1. First edition, number 157 of 250 copies on Vélin d'Arches from a total edition of 270; large 4to (42.2 x 32 cm); artist's signature stamp to limitation page, 150 lithographs after Giacometti, loose as issued in publisher's printed wrappers, glassine wrappers, cloth chemise and slipcase.

  2. Limited edition, numbered 67 of 120 copies on papier Japon, signed by Picasso, colour drypoint frontispiece by Picasso; small square 8vo (17 x 15 cm); title-page, justification page signed by artist in pencil, text in French, pp [4], 24, [4], unsewn as issued in original card wrappers with printed tissue dust jacket board chemise printed on spine, black cloth slipcase.

  3. First edition, number 52 of 100 copies from an overall limitation of 150 signed by De Kooning; 4to (325 x 238 mm.); plain full-page reproductions and tipped-in colour reproductions, internally fine; publisher's mustard yellow cloth, slight spotting around spine, in matching yellow slip-case, a very good copy.

  4. One of 30 artist's proof copies aside from the numbered edition of 395, marked 'AP. 7/30.; large folio 571 by 445mm (57 x 44.5 cm), The complete portfolio of 30 screen prints in colours, 24 bound and six removable as issued (these six held in place by Mylar corners), all prints signed and numbered in pencil, printed on hand-pulled Coventry 300 gram acid free paper, presented in the publisher's original box and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by the studio and signed by Robert Indiana and Susan Ryan.

  5. Limited edition, one of 40 copies on vélin pur chiffon from a total edition of 180 copies; folio (48 x 38 cm); 61 pp. text, 37 woodcuts (2 double page and 7 within text, 30 in colour) including duplicate suite of 18 woodcuts each numbered 21/40 and signed by Braque, one extra plate in triplicate; full black polished calf by P.-L. Martin with abstract geometric design onlaid in brown and cream calf dated 1964 (binder's mark and date), spine lettered in gilt, all edges gilt, suede endpapers, black calf-backed chemise, brown cloth boards, housed in matching slipcase; slight wear to upper edges of spine, very minor scuff to design.

  6. Unique copy, hors-commerce from original print run of 215 copies; 4to (30 x 20 cm); 4 half tone relief prints with tissue guards, all captioned, text on green paper, limitation page; soft wrappers in green iridescent calf, ovoid eye in silver calf with '1929' in dark grey curved figures in relief bordered with large false eyelash, binders mark dated 2003 to upper board, navy blue suede endpapers, housed in black box with navy blue suede lining, silver lettered on calf spine. The self wrappers are a little toned and typically somewhat frayed which prompted the need for binding after the Tate exhibition. Gonet's binding is remarkable.

  7. Limited edition, number 51 of 150 copies on Arches wove paper signed in red pencil by Miro, from an edition of 200, with an additional 20 copies hors commerce; oblong folio, (29 x 40 cm); title, text and limitation on Arches wove paper, 25 lithographs in total (20 colour, 5 black and white), including wrappers, limitation page all bar three double-page; original paper wrappers with first lithograph printed on front, spine and back; set of six lithographs in black by or after the same hand, one with additions in red ball-point pen, in beige paper folder entitled 'documents 1929,' housed in publisher's orange cloth covered box with artist's and author's names on spine.

  8. Limited edition, number 73 of 150 copies; landscape folio (55 x 23 cm); title, limitation page, table of illustrations, text by Baudelaire and 10 colour lithographs, each signed and numbered; loose in beige portfolio with flaps, ribbon ties.

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