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    Signed Twice by Andy Warhol

    [Andy Warhol]. Ronald Firbank. Three Novels. [Norfolk]: New Directions, [1951]. First American edition, one of 3,430 copies printed, with original dust jacket designed by Andy Warhol (his designs only appeared on this edition). Signed by Warhol on the front jacket flap, and on the front free endpaper. Octavo. xx, [426], [2, blank] pages. Publisher's full green cloth, spine ruled and lettered in gilt, price-clipped dust jacket. Jacket spine sunned, jacket worn and chipped, with tape repair to verso, some rubbing to binding. From the collection of a Warhol assistant who worked at the Factory from 1978 until 1983.


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    October, 2014
    8th Wednesday
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