Description:New York: Doubleday. 1977. First revised and updated edition....New York: Doubleday. 1977. First revised and updated edition. Small quarto. Pictorial wraps. Wraps have a trace of wear to the extremites. Lower corner of rear panel has a bit of light creasing. Top corner of rear panel has a small adhesive sticker affixed else very good. This copy has been inscribed in ink on the title page by photographer and author Peter Beard as follows "Warm/Memories (inside a comic "bubble" which is meant to be coming from the mind of the baby elephant fetus image whch appears on the title page) and/regards, /Peter (Beard)/Dec. 25 '77. Beard's fingerprint has been placed between his name and the date on the inscription. Additionally a series of ink spots from what is obviously the fountain pen with which Beard inscribed this copy appears starting from the verso of the front panel to the top of the title page. A wonderful copy of Peter Beard's classic book. Scarce when signed by Peter Beard, especially in this manner.
Description:Very Good. Author inscribed "best wishes and regards" and...Very Good. Author inscribed "best wishes and regards" and signed in crayon this is the special hardcover edition for an ICP benefit. clean tight and unmarked no jacket as issued exhibiting sunfaded spine. Rhino Photo and additional ICP material laid in. oversized and overweight. Please email for photos.
Description:New York: (International Center of Photography). 1977. First...New York: (International Center of Photography). 1977. First special edition commemorating the exhibition at The International Center of Photography, New York City, November/December, 1977. Quarto. Gray cloth. Front panel has some faint soiling and faint mottling. Spine is slightly faded. Edges are faintly tanned else very good. This copy has been inscribed in ink by Peter Beard. The inscription begins on the front endpaper with a cartoon bubble emanating from a photograph of a deceased elephant and continues along the top edge of the verso of the front fly and onto the top edge of the half title as follows "Nov. 9th, 1977/Dear ___/Greetings and/warmest/memories (con'd over) of a fine evening @ the I.C.P. --Especially nice to have met you-and hope you can return to see your building surrounded by 60' of defiant (eles(? )), /Salaams, /Peter Beard". A wonderful copy this special edition of Peter Beard's classic book issued on the occasion of the exhibition of work from the book held at the International Center of Photography in New York City in 1977. Scarce, especially when signed by Peter Beard, especially in this manner. A great book.
Description:Good in Good jacket. Chronicle Books [Published Date: 1988]....Good in Good jacket. Chronicle Books [Published Date: 1988]. Hard cover, 230,  pp. (last pages of book are unpaginated). First printing (full number line) of Revised and updated Chronicle Books edition 1988. Inscribed and signed by Peter Beard on half title page with hand print in either red ink or blood with a thick red line brushed over the title. Inscription reads as follows: To the one + only Dave [line] Hog Ranch and beyond [line] all Best Peter Beard Box 47616. Good+ in good + dust jacket. Olive colored cloth covered boards with blind stamped title on front and spine. Fading along edges of covers and a light red marking (looks like the same red used on hand print) at the bottom of the spine. Binding tight. Two small black ink dots on front free end paper. Pages otherwise crisp clean and unmarked. Dust jacket has light fading along edges and spine and light bumping to edges. Price clipped. Now in an archival quality Brodart cover. NOT Ex-Library. NO remainder marks.
Description:First edition of the photographer's first book with over 75...First edition of the photographer's first book with over 75 black-and-white and color photographic plates. Tall quarto, original ivory cloth. Signed by Peter Beard on the title page. Fine in a near fine dust jacket that shows light wear. On its publication in 1965, Beard's "book was immediately acclaimed, with not one but two glowing reviews in The New York Times¿ In addition to being singularly beautiful (with its luscious printing and scrapbook aesthetic), The End of the Game, is thoughtful as well. Long taken as a seminal book on wildlife conservation, it is actually an epic visual poem on the subject of loss" (Roth, 170). Open Book, 208).
Description:Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 087701521X. SIGNED and...Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 087701521X. SIGNED and boldly inscribed by Peter Beard, with an an original photograph pasted in on front endpaper, a selfportrait, the same that opens Beard's book, "Fifty Years of Portraits", and is entitled, "Peter Beard Falling". Beard has inscribed, in black ink, the bottom of the photograph, "P. B. @ John Palmer's 1700's Vermont home."; Tight, clean and crisp. A gently read book in excellent condition.; 0.9 x 10.8 x 9.6 Inches; Signed by Author.
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