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  1. Signed photograph and letter.
    Photograph inscribed upper right "For J F Beckman, with best wishes, Len Deighton", together with a short letter dated "12 Dec Learn More
    £300

    Stock Code: 100769

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  2. Photograph portrait.
    Signed by Churchill on the mount. The studio portrait shows Churchill seated half-length in black formal jacket and bow-tie. In October 1951 Churchill became prime minister for the second time. The society photographer Vivienne's autobiography, They Came to My Studio: Famous People of Our Time was published in 1956. Learn More
    £5,000

    Stock Code: 102631

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  3. The Terra Nova at the Icefoot, Cape Evans.
    Signed in pencil lower left by Ponting. This photograph is enlarged from a negative made by Ponting during the British Antarctic Expedition, taken on 16 January, 1911. The image shows the Terra Nova tethered to the ice at Cape Evans. The Cape was named after Lieutenant Edward Evans (1880-1957), Scott's second in command... Learn More
    £4,000

    Stock Code: 91266

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  4. Montparnasse.

    Montparnasse.

    Frankfurt am Main & Stuttgart: 1995

    First edition, first printing. Signed on a label to the verso of the photograph in ballpoint pen by Gursky. The majority of the photographs were not signed. Our photograph with this publication is framed in a black wooden frame and glazed both sides. Published in conjunction with a 1995 exhibition at Portikus Frankfurt am... Learn More
    £4,000

    Stock Code: 81293

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  5. Portrait of Shaw playing the spinet with Blanche Patch, his secretary, looking on.
    Signed by Karsh in pencil lower left. Inscribed Who says I can't play the spinet? in an unidentified hand below the image. Photographer's copyright stamp and "no. 2" in pencil to verso. Learn More
    £2,000

    Stock Code: 69518

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  6. The Terra Nova at the Icefoot, Cape Evans.
    This photograph is enlarged from a negative made by H. G. Ponting during the British Antarctic Expedition, taken on 16 January, 1911. The image shows the Terra Nova tethered to the ice at Cape Evans. The Cape was named after Lieutenant Edward Evans (1880-1957), Scott's second in command on Terra Nova. Scott discovered the... Learn More
    £5,000

    Stock Code: 68881

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  7. Two well-presented tourist photograph albums.
    Spectacular pair of Victorian travel photo albums with over 200 large albumen photos of Pisa, Florence, Amalfi, Naples, Venice, Milan, sculptures and artwork in the Vatican, with a focus on paintings and frescoes by Raphael. These are magnificent examples of Victorian Grand Tour photo albums prepared while the traveler... Learn More
    £2,750

    Stock Code: 110970

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  8. Women are Beautiful.
    First edition, first printing. The scarcer cloth issue of this classic collection of street scenes with women (Women are Beautiful was also issued in wrappers). Learn More
    £750

    Stock Code: 112548

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  9. In Boksburg.
    First edition, first impression. Signed by the photographer on the title page. Learn More
    £650

    Stock Code: 112296

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  10. Nothing Personal.
    First edition, first printing. Learn More
    £250

    Stock Code: 112198

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  11. The Sino-Japanese Hostilities 1937, [together with;] The Sino-Japanese Hostilities Shanghai 1937. Index.
    First edition of the complete set of 200 silver gelatin photographs issued by the Ah Fong Photography Studio, recording the brutal siege and conquest of Shanghai by the Japanese at the opening of the Second Sino-Japanese War. Extremely uncommon, OCLC records a copy with just 100 prints at Cornell, and another similar in... Learn More
    £8,500

    Stock Code: 111970

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  12. Shooting Sex.
    First edition, published in a limited edition of 3,000 copies for the UK market and 2,500 for Europe and the US. A candid autobiographical account of his experiences with his subjects, alongside his erotic photographs. Learn More
    £175

    Stock Code: 110148

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  13. Air of Glory.
    First edition, first impression. Quite scarce in nice condition. Learn More
    £475

    Stock Code: 111742

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  14. Photographs 1930-1970.
    First US edition, first printing. Originally published the previous year in Germany under the title Herbert List: Fotografia Metafisica. Learn More
    £125

    Stock Code: 109791

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  15. Mixed Moments.
    First edition, first impression Learn More
    £125

    Stock Code: 109159

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  16. Diane Arbus.
    First edition, first printing. This copy is the first printing with the plate titled Two Girls in Identical Raincoats, Central Park, N. Y. C, 1969 which was suppressed in subsequent printings. Learn More
    £750

    Stock Code: 112583

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  17. Jazz.

    Jazz.

    Pasadena: [1987]

    First edition, first printing, one of 4,000 copies. With accompanying text by Leonard Feather and Terry Southern. Learn More
    £375

    Stock Code: 105843

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  18. LaChappelle Land.

    LaChappelle Land.

    London & New York: 1996

    First UK edition, first impression. A superb large-format publication showcasing the vibrant colour-saturated photography of David LaChapelle. Once dubbed the Fellini of photography, LaChapelle has worked for the most prestigious international publications and has been the subject of exhibitions in both commercial galleries... Learn More
    £250

    Stock Code: 112392

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  19. Sand and Sea in Arabia.
    First edition, first impression of Lewis's second book, a photo-essay which originated from a partly failed spying mission when Lewis was asked by the British Foreign Office to photograph Yemen. Although Lewis and his two travelling companions were denied entry to the country at the port of Hodeida they somehow managed to... Learn More
    £350

    Stock Code: 112345

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  20. Photographs.
    First UK edition, first impression. Inscribed by the photographer on the title page to the book's publisher: "To Thomas Neuraph [sic], Bruce Davidson". Thomas Neurath is the son and stepson of the founders of Thames and Hudson, Walter and Eva Neurath. He became the company's managing director in 1967 and its chairman in... Learn More
    £500

    Stock Code: 112311

    signed

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