London, South Kensington
18 July 2007
Tristan Tzara, De Mémoire d'Homme, Bordas, Paris, 1950 (B. 665 - 673; C. books 59)
the set of nine lithographs, 1950, on Arches, with frontispiece, title page, text, table of contents and justification, inscribed T.T. in black ink on the justification, aside from the edition of 350 and 20 hors commerce copies, the full sheets, with a deckle edge below, some pale time-staining towards the sheet edges, minor foxing, a small area of moisture-staining at the top of the central fold (not touching the subjects), otherwise generally in good condition, bound (as issued) in original paper wrappers with the names of the artist and author on the front, the title on the spine, and the publisher on the back (some overall time-staining), with brown card slipcase (slightly split along the lower edge), overall in good condition (book)
S. 326 x 254 mm.
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