18 - 19 September 2007
Robert Creeley, Numbers, Stuttgart and Düsseldorf, Edition Domberger and Gallery Schmela, 1968 (Schellmann 56)
the complete portfolio comprising ten screenprints in colours, 1968, on white Schoellers Parole, with title, text and justification, signed in pencil by the artist and the author on the justification, numbered 53/520 (there were also 25 proofs numbered in Roman numerals), the full sheets, bound as issued, with pale time staining and minor foxing at the right sheet edge of the title page, some very minor scuffs, otherwise in very good condition, within the original cardboard cover and brown dustjacket with the title and the names of the artist, author and publisher printed in black on the front, with minor soiling and scuffing, otherwise in good condition (portfolio)
650 x 500 x 10 mm. (overall)
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