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Lot 98: 4 signed firsts (1968-1970): Philip Jose Farmer.

Waverly Rare Books Catalog Auction 12-1-2016

by Quinn's Auction Galleries

December 1, 2016

Falls Church, VA, USA

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  • 4 signed firsts (1968-1970): Philip Jose Farmer.
  • 4 signed firsts (1968-1970): Philip Jose Farmer.
  • 4 signed firsts (1968-1970): Philip Jose Farmer.
  • 4 signed firsts (1968-1970): Philip Jose Farmer.
  • 4 signed firsts (1968-1970): Philip Jose Farmer.
  • 4 signed firsts (1968-1970): Philip Jose Farmer.
  • 4 signed firsts (1968-1970): Philip Jose Farmer.
  • 4 signed firsts (1968-1970): Philip Jose Farmer.
  • 4 signed firsts (1968-1970): Philip Jose Farmer.
  • 4 signed firsts (1968-1970): Philip Jose Farmer.
   
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Description: Farmer, Philip Jose. 4 Signed First Editions. Paperback, preceding the hardcover. ++ A FEAST UNKNOWN: Volume IX of The Memoirs of Lord Grandrith. North Hollywood: An Essex House Original, (1969). Currey p184. $1.95 and “0121” at upper right portion of front wrap, “Adults Only” at lower right. ++ THE IMAGE OF THE BEAST [An Exorcism: Ritual I]. An Essex House Original, (1968). $1.95 price and “0108” in upper right portion of front wrap. Currey p184. ++ BLOWN: OR SKETCHES AMONG THE RUINS OF MY MIND (An Exorcism: Ritual 2). An Essex House Original, (1969). “020139” and $1.95 price in upper right portion of front wrap. Currey p183. ++ PHILIP JOSE FARMER’S LOVE SONG. North Hollywood: A Brandon House Book, (1970). Currey p185. “$1.95” at upper right of front wrap. “98H-6134” at top-center. ++ Farmer signed the first preliminary page of each. 12mo. Very good, slightly cocked, inconsequential corner wear. Provenance: Phil Petras Collection of Tarzan Memorabilia. Tarzan expert Phil Petras began collecting in 1972, and his material, including books, original artwork and autographs, reflects the ongoing popularity and changing portrayals of the fictional hero created in 1912 by author Edgar Rice Burroughs.

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