THE HAIRY WHO SIDESHOW
EAU DE COLOGNE [First Two Issues]
KULCHUR - Vol. 2 No. 5 - Spring 1962
[Original Poster for "afro/rock night with Assagai" at Hull University]
HELP YOUR LOCAL JUNKIE KICK
YOUNG FLESH REQUIRED [Original Promotional Poster for THE GREAT ROCK 'N' ROLL SWINDLE]
FUCK YOU: A Magazine of the Arts - Number 5, Vol. 4
JADE PRESENTS ... IGGY POP [Concert Flyer]
[Original Flyer for Aug. 13th, 1982 Hardcore Show at the A7 Annex]

catalogues

To date we have issued thirteen print catalogues of rare books (the most recent of which can be found below) and several occasional bulletins and e-lists. To sign up to receive our print catalogues, emails, and other announcements, please click here. Catalogues below are in PDF format. Please note: availabilities may have changed.



catalogue 14 (Nov. 2018):

Our new catalogues features archives, collections, photographs, ephemera, scrapbooks, albums, manuscripts, folk and outsider books, as  as well as other primary materials. 115 items in all, covering  criminology, sexuality, music, periodicals, education, photography,  literature, fashion and design, art, and much more. Highlights include: a complete set of BIBA fashion catalogues, early flyers from both Talking Heads and the Beastie Boys, an original card of mourning from the funeral of poet Stephane Mallarme, an original John Cage typescript, a complete set of books from Powell's Books (Portland) INDIESPENSIBLE series, and much more.

catalogue 14 (PDF)

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catalogue 13 (June 2018):

Our latest catalogue, "The Book and Nothing But The Book," is now available. Lucky number thirteen features 150 items illustrated in full color. Highlights include: Jack Smith's elusive BEAUTIFUL BOOK; Edward Carpenter's landmark work of gay pride, AN UNKNOWN PEOPLE; concrete poetry from d.a. levy, Bill Bissett, and others; wonderfully inscribed books from William S. Burroughs, Gertrude Stein, and Allen Ginsberg; artists' books; Japanese photobooks; pulps; as well as books on punk, hip-hop, film and much more.
 
 

 
catalogue 12 (Oct. 2017):

110 items illustrated in full color. Highlights include: Anais Nin's rarest book, AULETRIS; a signed copy of Ed Ruscha's rare DUTCH DETAILS; an extraordinary postcard from actress Karen Allen written from the set of RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK; two original pastels by Charles Bukowski;  an orginal photograph by Allen Ginsberg of Robert Creeley; Jeff Wall's scarce FREE MEDIA BULLETIN; Owen Simmon's legendary BOOK OF BREAD; a truly fine copy of Frank O'Hara's LUNCH POEMS; a number of items from Ed Sander's Fuck You Press; an extraordinary contemporary eyewitness letter to the attacks on Pearl Harbor; several exceptional outsider and vernacular books; and much, much more.





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