MOSER, BARRY. B.1940.  Group of posters, broadsides and other ephemera advertising American and English literature,
Lot 2348
MOSER, BARRY. B.1940. Group of posters, broadsides and other ephemera advertising American and English literature,
US$ 4,000 - 5,000
£2,500 - 3,100

Lot Details
MOSER, BARRY. B.1940.
Group of posters, broadsides and other ephemera advertising American and English literature, various sizes, comprising: poster for the Arion Press Edition of Moby Dick, 1979, signed; poster for a lecture by Moser on the same, Mead Auditorium, Amherst College, April 2, 1981; brochure and broadside (three copies) for The Pennyroyal Alice, 1982; announcement for a reception for The Pennyroyal Alice, the Basilisk Press & Bookshop, London, January 27, 1982; poster for an exhibition of The Pennyroyal Alice, American Booksellers Association Convention and Trade Exhibit, Anaheim, CA, May 29-June 1, 1982 (three copies, two signed); "Mad Hatter," wood engraving for the deluxe edition of the University of California edition, 1982, signed; broadside for the Pennyroyal edition of Through the Looking-Glass, 1982 (three copies); poster for "Songs for Eve," Mohawk Trails Concert in honor of Archibald MacLeish's 90th birthday, Brick Church, Old Deerfield, Mass., May 7, 1982; 3 posters for Pennyroyal Press edition of Huckleberry Finn, two signed with initials; poster for the Emily Dickinson Centenary Celebration by the Pennyroyal Press, West Hatfield, Mass., Spring 1986, signed; poster for the Pennyroyal edition of The Robber Bridegroom by Eudora Welty, 1987; "American Classics from Harcourt Brace Jovanovich," poster with wood engraving of the Headless Horseman, 1986; and "Just as a good airline pilot," broadside of quotation for God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., signed by the artist and the printer Jeffrey P. Dwyer, n.d.
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