In his autobiography, published in 1975, the private Andy Warhol talks about love, sex, food, beauty, fame, work, money, success; about New York and America; and about himself - his childhood in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, good times and bad times in the Big Apple, the explosion of his career in the Sixties, and life among celebrities.In his autobiography, published in 1975, the private Andy Warhol talks about love, sex, food, beauty, fame, work, money, success; about New York and America; and about himself - his childhood in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, good times and bad times in the Big Apple, the explosion of his career in the Sixties, and life among celebrities.Read Less
Good Condition. No Dust Jacket. Signed by Author. 241 pages. Some soiling to the covers; pages yellowed; good sound binding. Initialed in black marker by Warhol on the half title page. The bottom of the orange spine has been stitch repaired across it. First edition stated, BCDE line under. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Philosophy; Signed by Author. ISBN: 0151890501. ISBN/EAN: 9780151890507. Inventory No: 124410.
Very Good. Stated first edition. Initialed by Warhol on the half-title page. There's a little bleed through from the marker he used that caused some offsetting on the signature to the next page. Lacks dust jacket. Interior is free of marks. Faint foxing to the texkblock. yellow paper covered baords show a touch of light soil. Overall, a presentable copy.
Fine in fine dust jacket. Signed by author. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. SIGNED-a full signature from Warhol on the half-title page. First Edition stated on the copyright page. Original price of $7.95 printed on front flap of dust jacket. Very slight fading at top edges, and a small amount of foxing on page ends; else fine. Dj has some minor fading at back panel along hinge to spine. We will provide a certificate of authenticity for this item.
VG/Good+, dustjacket with two tears along top front edge. Red and white wraps. 241 pp. No ills. Spinning unique theories about apsects of life normally left unexplored, Warhol reveals the qualities that have made him one of the most powerful forces in shaping our culture. This copy inscribed by the artist in thin line pen to Harry A(brams, the publisher) from Andy W. of the ffep, a unique association copy, and not one of the mass-signed copies usually offered.
Very Good-in Very Good-dust jacket. 0151890501. Full signature "Andy Warhol" on half title page. Both the book and jacket spine have a small crescent shaped bit missing at the top (1/8" deep at max, by 1/2" across). Lower corner of front jacket flap has a 1/16" dog-ear. Otherwise both book and jacket are very good or better.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 241 pages; Signed by Author.
Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 8vo; , -241  pages. 0151890501. A smart First Edition/First Printing in Near Fine condition with lightly foxed top edge, bumping to edges in just about Fine dust-jacket with minor edgewear. Initialed by Warhol in usual black permanent marker to half title page; Andy Warhol was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art. Here is an irreverent, unfailingly funny potpourri of vignettes which embrace all the sacred cows of American life.
Fine in fine dust jacket. Signed by author. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. INSCRIBED by Warhol with an ink drawing of the Campbell Soup Can, one of the artist's best known works, on the half-title page. First Edition stated on the copyright page. Slight bump on the bottom corner of the book; else fine. A very nice copy. Dj has very slight wear at corners. Comes housed in a custom slipcase. We will provide a certificate of authenticity for this item.
Near Fine in Fine Condition jacket. Inscribed by the Artist 242 pages. The book is in near fine condition save for some slight shelfwear to the edges of the boards, a slight darkening to the top edge of the boards, and a faint dark spot on the top of the pageblock. The dustjacket is in equally bright condition, is non price-clipped, with only the faintest degree of shelfwear, and now encased in a Mylar protective sleeve. Aside from the following inscription, there are no other internal markings. This copy is inscribed in pencil by the author/artist on the half title "to Mary Jane / with much love AW." Aside from this common and typically Warholian signature, there is another perhaps more typical bold black marker "AW" inscribed on the same page, with a decidedly more atypical "Andy Warhol" inscribed in pencil along the bottom edge. Additionally, as he has done on other copies, he has dashed off a quick full page pencil sketch of a Campbell's Soup Can, here identified as "Oil Soup, " no doubt in homage to Oil City Houston, which he visited frequently, was supported, embraced and enthusiastically patronized, and where this copy was signed. A stated first edition, followed by the letters "B C D E" indicating that it is a first impression of the first edition. This is a bright, clean, and sharp copy of a major literary and artistic work by arguably the most influential artist of the twentieth century, with an inscription testifying to his love of the city of Houston and the people he knew here.
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