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SERBIN, Vincent.

Toward Omega.

Poems by Daniel Westover. Edited and with an Introduction by John Wood.

2005 Stock Code: 44931
£3,500.00
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First edition, first printing. One of 60 numbered and 2 hors commerce copies signed by Vincent Serbin, Daniel Westover, John Wood and Steven Albahari. Each of the 10 tipped-in silver gelatin prints are titled and signed by Serbin, as is the separate mounted print "The Omega Point Theory".

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Description

Folio. Finely bound by Peter Geraty and his Praxis Bindery with original decorated metal copper boards with vellum spine, titles to spine in copper, with 10 tipped-in silver gelatin prints. Mounted silver gelatin print in the publisher's white paper folder. All housed in the original mottled light grey cloth clamshell box.

Condition

A fine copy.

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