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INSCRIBED WITH A SELF-PORTRAIT SKETCH BY MAURICE SENDAK

SENDAK, Maurice. In the Night Kitchen. New York, 1970.

Scarce first edition, advance review copy, of this wonderfully illustrated classic, inscribed for Burt Britton, the avid book collector and co-founder of Books & Co: "For Burt—Mazel-Tov! Maurice Sendak. Dec. '70," with a small self-portrait by Sendak (presumably casting himself as Mickey). With publisher's advance review slip laid in. $6500.

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INSCRIBED BY SENDAK WITH A SKETCH OF A WILD THING

LANES, Selma G. The Art of Maurice Sendak. New York, 1980. First edition of the first major retrospective of the acclaimed artist-author’s career, with 261 illustrations, including 94 color plates and an original Sendak pop-up, inscribed by him, “Happy Birthday Mort! Maurice Sendak, May ’81,” with a superb original sketch of one of his Wild Things saying, “Boo!” $3200.

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SIGNED BY MAURICE SENDAK WITH AN ORIGINAL DRAWING OF A GOBLIN

SENDAK, Maurice. Outside Over There. New York, 1981.

First edition of Sendak's award-winning, "mysterious and richly allusive fantasy" (New York Times), signed on the half title by the author-artist with an original drawing of a goblin. $2200.

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ONE OF 200 SIGNED BY SENDAK

SENDAK, Maurice. Print signed (Lithograph, At Home with Jack and Guy). Otego, New York and Kingston, New York, 1999.

Signed limited original two-stone color lithograph, number 125 of only 200 prints signed by Sendak, illustrating his 1993 book We Are All In The Dumps With Jack and Guy. $1800.

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INSCRIBED BY MAURICE SENDAK WITH AN ORIGINAL SKETCH OF A NUDE DANCER

SENDAK, Maurice. Fantasy Sketches. Philadelphia, 1970.

First edition of this collection of fantasy drawings from the 1950s, inscribed: "For Bay & Marty—Maurice Sendak Jan. '71," with an original sketch of a long-haired, unclothed dancer. $1500.

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THE GRIFFIN AND THE MINOR CANON, INSCRIBED BY SENDAK, WITH DELIGHTFUL ORIGINAL DRAWING

(SENDAK, Maurice) STOCKTON, Frank R. Griffin and the Minor Canon. New York, 1963.

Early edition of this “gently tongue-in-cheek fairy tale of the last of the griffins,” inscribed by the artist, “Dec. ‘68, For Sidney & Barbara, from the Minor Canon & Maurice Sendak,” with an original drawing of the Minor Canon pronouncing, “Blessings on you both!” $1400.

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