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Published by Phoenix House, The Orion Publishing Group Ltd., Orion House, 5 Upper St Martin's Lane, London First Edition 1997. London 1997. First edition in publisher's original illustrated card wrap covers [softback]. 8vo. 9'' x 6''. Contains 190 printed pages of text with monochrome cartoon illustrations throughout. Very minor rubs to the cover edges and in near Fine condition, no dust wrapper as published. Member of the P.B.F.A. ISBN 1861590881
Phoenix House, 1997. 1st edition. A highly original collabortion between cult novelist Iain Sinclair and cult comics artist dave McKean, combining text and graphics in a paranoid and dystopian vision of London. Paperback. fine TRADE PAPERBACK uncorrected proof copy.
London: Phoenix House, 1997. 193 pp. Blue cloth, silver title on spine, pictorial endpapers. SIGNED by both author and illustrator. . Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Illus. by McKean, Dave.
London: Phoenix House,. . boards.. Errata slip laid in. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#132772). First edition. Signed by Sinclair. The author's fourth novel, a collaboration with artist Dave McKean.
Phoenix House: London. 1997. First edition (& 1st printing).. Hardcover.. Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).. Illustrated by artist Dave McKean. Errata slip laid in. THIS COPY INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR.
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