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New York: Blue Ribbon, 1933. Stories and Illustrations by the Staff of the Walt Disney Studios, including 4 pop-up illustrations in fine condition. Small 4to, pictorial boards, d.w.. New York: Blue Ribbon, (1933). First Edition. Bright, fine copy, in a near fine dust wrapper; some pages have browning on the edges. Unusual in this condition.
Paris: Hachette, 1934. Illustrated in black & white with 3 full color pop-up illustrations, colored pictorial end-papers. Thin 8vo, colored pictorial boards, d.w. Paris: Hachette, (1934). First Edition. This was never published in America. The second pop-up, although not missing any parts, does not properly stand up, but could probably be adjusted by re-folding. A scarce book, doubly so with a dust wrapper, which repeats the illustration on the front cover.
New York: Blue Ribbon, 1933. Stories and Illustrations by the Staff of the Walt Disney Studios, including 4 pop-up illustrations in fine condition. Small 4to, pictorial boards. New York: Blue Ribbon, (1933). First Edition. Small vertical tear at the to of the spine, and a smaller one at the bottom, but altogether an excellent, unfaded copy of a book that is seldom found in good condition.
London: Folding Books, 1950. 5 x 7 inches, cloth backed pictorial boards; edges rubbed. London: Folding Books, no date, ca. 1950. The book is designed to be opened so that the covers are back to back and tied, creating a carousel effect with 6 scenes, (ties lacking). Despite small tears, the cut-outs are in good working order.
New York: Blue Ribbon, 1933. Color end-papers, many black & white illustrations and 4 double-page color pop-ups by Harold Lentz. Thick 4to, pictorial boards, d.w. New York: Blue Ribbon Books, (1933). First Edition. Containing Cinderella, Hansel & Gretel, Goldilocks & The Three Bears, and Puss in Boots, each with a pop-up illustration in good working order. Because of the thickness of the pages few copies have survived in good condition, especially with a dust wrapper. Gift inscription on the half-title, 1934.
New York: Gagosian, 2002. Introduction and interview with Warhol by Vincent Fremont. Illustrated in b/w. 71pp., tall, thin 4to, printed, pictorial wrappers, staple-bound. New York: Gagosian Gallery, (2002). A near fine copy. Published on the occasion of the exhibition: Andy Warhol: B&W Paintings, Ads and Illustrations 1985-1986.