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Buffalo, Self Published, 1972. Blue cardboard hinged box with letterpress sticker on top, including b/w illustrations, 15 x 14 x 1,5 cms., containing 2 folded text-pages + 10 loose sepia-colored photos. Hinges of box loosening approx. 4 cms., corners of box slightly worn 'A limited edition folio by Les Krims'. Copy from a limited edition of 4000, signed and numbered '1352' in pen by Krims on text-page. Red stamp of Toon Michiels, Dutch photographer on inside of box top. N° de ref. de la librería
Título: The Deerslayers. SIGNED.
Editorial: Buffalo, Self Published, 1972
Descripción Les Krims, Buffalo, New York, 1972. Portfolio Box. Estado de conservación: Very Good. 1st Edition. In his portfolio The Deerslayers, Krims took pictures of deer hunters who had voluntarily stopped at "deer check stations" so that NYS conservationists could examine the general health of the deer. Pictured posing with their kills, Krims suggested the hunters had much in common with performance art, and odd manifestations of sculpture - - - - - - - - - First edition boxed set of 23 photographic plates and sheet of text signed by Krims laid into a box with a plate on to cover (image number 24 of the set of 24 photographs), this box is number 2458 of 4000 copies, plates are in near fine condition, paper hinge holding the lid and top of the box together is still intact and the box shows wear to the edges, a few stains at the bottom, but has no splits or tears. Please note this book is being sold by Nonpareil Books, Liverpool, England only through AbeBooks. Signed by Author(s). Nº de ref. de la librería 000097
Descripción Leslie Krims, Buffalo, NY, 1972. First edition. Small portfolio. One long folded sheet of text with an essay by Alex J. Sweetman. Includes 23 loose photo plates. Text sheet and plates in fine condition housed in an very good plus hinged box with the paper hinge with some minor wear and a small tear to the right edge and some splitting as well. Signed by Krims. Still, a nicer than usual copy of a fragile production. Nº de ref. de la librería 148857
Descripción Self Published, 1971. LOOSE PRINTS IN BOX. Estado de conservación: Near fine. First Edition, First Printing. ALL 3 VOLUMES - 1.) The Incredible case of the Stack O'Wheats Murders: Leslie Krims, Buffalo, 1972 First edition New York Self-published 1972 First edition. Boxed photo story. 6" x 5 1/2". First printing. Ten sepia-toned plates printed on glossy card stock housed in photo-illustrated hinged box. Two sheets containing text by Robert Sobieszek are laid in SIGNED and numbered by Les Krims. CONDITION: Contents are Fine in a Near Fine box with the hinge still attached and light rubbing to edges and corners from shelf wear. 2.) Deerslayers: Leslie Krims, Buffalo 1972 - Small box containing 23 sepia photographs and a folded sheet of paper with text by Alex J. Sweetman SIGNED and numbered by Les Krims. CONDITION: Contents are fine in a Near Fine box with hinge still attached and light shelf wear ot edges and corners. 3.) The Little People of America: Leslie Krims, Buffalo, 1972 - First Edition. Twenty-four loose images in a photographically illustrated two-piece box. Yellow concertina folded sheet with an introduction by A. D. Coleman laid in SIGNED and numbered by Les Krims. CONDITON: Contents are fine in a Very Good Plus box with hinge still attached, shelf wear to edges and corners, and a split to one corner. Overall a lovely, complete full 3 boxed set. ALL 3 SIGNED AND NUMBERED BY LESLIE KRIMS. Nº de ref. de la librería 528