Oblong 4to, colour plates; with 69 full-page colour illustrations; red-brown publisher’s cloth, dustjacket; a very good copy (slightly toned at edges) in a very good jacket; bookplate to front endpaper: ‘E J P Vision / Van de Graaf'.
US $244 €198
First edition, inscribed on the title-page ‘For Ellen [van de Graaf]. Best Wishes. Martin Parr. 1996.’ Ellen van de Graaf was director of the agency ABC Press in Amsterdam until its closure in 2003.
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