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    Andy Warhol. Moderna Museet, Stockholm, February-March 1968 (The Stockholm Catalogue, First Edition, 1st Printing). Stockholm: Moderna Museet, 1968. 4to. Original pictorial wrappers – IN THE ORIGINAL SLIPCASE and therefore overall extremely well preserved. The cover is printed in pink, yellow, orange, and green, lettered in black on spine. (638 pp.).…

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    Fristaden Christiania’s Stemme. 1. årgang, nr. 3, april 1974. Christinia, 1974. 8vo i original løst heftet omslag. 24 sider inklusiv omslag. Rigt illustreret med duplikerede fotos og tegninger. Lidt slidt men ikke slemt Uhyre sjældent original udgivelse hvor christianitterne kommer til orde og diskuterer retningslinierne for deres samfund samt forholder…

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    Uhyre sjældne originale dokumenter fra Thy-Lejren udgivet af medlemmer af Det Ny Samfund, Thylejren eller Frøstrup Lejren, herunder reklameskriftet Regnbueavisen og reklame for Sommerlejren og numre af “Kraka”, alle fra 1970 Alle i A 4 format, klammeheftede, nogle løse. De fleste velbevarede dog er enkelte med tidstypiske brugsspor og nogle…

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    “Strikning. Strikketeknik og modelberegning”. Borgen, 1980. 4to. 171 pp. Hft. Illustreret

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    Høst & Søns Forlag, 1973 (1971). Stort format. Hardcover. 94 sider. Rigt illustreret. Bind med lidt ydre brugsspor ellers godt solidt eksemplar

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    SOLVOGNEN. – Jensen, Erik m.fl. (red.):. Rebild-bogen : undertrykkelse, teater, medier, meningsdannelse : en dokumentation for skole og hjem (REBILDBOGEN / SOLVOGNEN). Demos, 1976. 8vo. 227 pp. Hft. Rigt illustreret. Med brugsspor 1. oplag

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    Jean Paul-Goude with Patrick Mauriès: SO FAR SO GOUDE (Tout Goude). Prinyted by Steidl for Thames and Hudson, 2005 . Large very heavy hardcover with jacket. 349 pages. Complete with DVD. Only minor wear to corners of cover else clean and fine First edition in English

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    “Muhammad Ali, Zurich, 26.12.1971 shows the iconic American smooth-talking rhymester-boxer before and during his prize fight in Zurich against German heavyweight Jürgen Blin on December 26, 1971. Hans-Ruedi Jaggi, a Swiss hustler and promoter, succeeded in bringing the champ to Zurich for the fight. At Zurich’s Playboy Bar, Jaggi made a bet with Jack Starck, a society reporter for the Swiss tabloid Blick, for a bottle of Ballantine’s that, after having already got Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones to give concerts in Zurich, he would now lure the mighty Muhammad Ali to town for a fight. He subsequently flew to the States three times but couldn’t get an “in” with Ali. Eventually he made it through to Ali’s Black Muslims. When asked by the clan’s spiritual leader Herbert Muhammad, “What’s with the dough?” he pulled $10,000 — pretty much all the money he had at the time — out of his silver ankle-boots and a preliminary deal was promptly signed and sealed on a sheet of hotel stationery. Zurich photographer Eric Bachmann accompanied Ali during his ten-day stay, on his winter jog through Zurich’s woods or buying shoes in a working-class neighborhood, going through his training drills and, finally, during the big fight, which rapidly climaxed in the seventh round when he knocked out the blond German giant Jürgen Blin. Muhammad Ali, Zurich, 26.12.1971 documents the events in brisk chronological order, as befits a boxer who “floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee,” in a rapid-fire succession of impressively intimate and humorous shots against the placid urban backdrop of mid-’70s Zurich. The book is richly illustrated with a great many facsimiled boxing match program pages and newspaper clippings”

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    The “Index” was sold during the 1967 holiday season as a “hip gift book”. It was available in both a Hardback ($ 12.95), a Softback ($4.95), and a signed boxed edition ($50.00). Both editions have the same interiors. The included flexidisc plays – not an unrecorded song by Nico and the Velvet Underground but – , a casually recorded actual conversation between Nico, Warhol, and others about producing and designing the book. Also in the original advertisement above for this book above, the “strange” rainbow nose was promoted as “a do it yourself nose job.” According to Billy Name the nose was Bob Dylan’s. The squeak that one hears on the accordion page was supposed to depict/sound like a fart. The tear off papers that some think were for dropping acid were actually designed to drop into water. Once in the water they dissolve and the name Andy Warhol floats to the top. The Castle design was pulled from a Hallmark Robin Hood promotional. The biplane came from one of Graphic International’s promo pieces. Much of the text/design was based on inside jokes between Warhol and his friends”.

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    BZ: BZ’ere: Åh ralle – ikke mere pålægschokolade. København, eget tryk BZ-Brigaden Ungdomshusets Infocafe, 1983. 8vo. 144 sider. Rigt illustreret. En del brugsspor men ikke slemt og alt i alt et godt eksemplar. Extremely rare Danish anti-establishment / riot book with photos, drawings, poetry etc.

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    Lort nok (‘Enough Shit’). Copenhagen: Eks-Skolens Forlag, 1982. 8vo. Original photoillustrated wrappers. 104 unpaginated pages, illustrated throughout with b/w photographs by Soren Svendsen of the Danish punk scene 1980. Excellent clean copy with only the most minimal wear to spine and edges of cover. Inside clean and bright First edition

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    Tiderne Skifter, 1987. 115 pp. Hft. Illustreret med fotografier af Søren (Lort Nok) Svendsen Morsomt portræt af 80’er generationen, bl.a. med et kort interview med en ung musiker der kalder sig Morti (Vizki