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Image for Gee Vaucher “Introspective” Exhibition Poster – Signed [CRASS]

Gee Vaucher “Introspective” Exhibition Poster – Signed [CRASS]

By: Gee Vaucher

Price: $150.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Jack Hanley Gallery, 2007

Inscription: Signed


Jack Hanley Gallery, 14 Dec. 2007 – 19 Jan. 2008. Glossy two-sided poster, 27.9 by 43.2 cm. Light handling creases with a faint drip mark near the lower left corner. Signed by Vaucher in silver paint marker. Gee Vaucher (1945 – ) is best known for her collage and photo- and video-montage work in the anarchist collective and band Crass, including her distinctive collage and painted record sleeves, like the “Stations of the Crass” cover which unfolded into a po... View more info

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Hard Times Vol. 1 No. 1 [Punk, Hardcore zine]

By: Gregorio, Ron; Xenia Xyxpa, eds.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Maywood, NJ, Hard Times Magazine, 1984


August 1984, Vol. 1 No. 1. Staple-bound, glossy wraps, 21.5 by 28 cm, 13 pp., illus. Good with light cover and edge wear, spine creases, and a small chip from the lower corner of the front cover. A well-done hardcore (and related) zine that manages to pull off a combination of music and politics. The bulk of Hard Times is taken up with three great interviews with Hüsker Dü, Charlie Harper of the U.K. Subs, and Glenn Danzig and Eerie Von of Samhain. Now we’re not... View more info

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In Memory Of… Issue One [Punk, Hardcore Zine]

By: Koenig, David

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Linden, NJ, c.1989


Staple-bound self-wraps, 21.5 by 27.9 cm, 10 pp., illus. Good with creases and edge wear, light stains on the back cover, a few small edge tears, and faint creases from being folded in quarters. Produced in the period where hardcore had simmered down and small gigs were few and far between, In Memory Of… was more of a collector’s trade list than zine covering current shows and scene news. “Inside this issue is some reviews, my trade list & wants, article about r... View more info

Image for Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros Concert Poster – Signed by Artist [The Clash]

Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros Concert Poster – Signed by Artist [The Clash]

By: Dave Maver

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, Electric Factory Concerts, [1999]

Inscription: Signed


Screen-printed, single-sided poster in black and yellow on heavy white paper, 30.5 by 60.9 cm. Fine. Number 3 in a limited printing of 200, signed by artist Dave Maver in the lower right corner. A striking image for a 24 November 1999 concert with Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros and The Pietasters at Philadelphia’s Theatre of Living Arts. Formed in 1999, The Mescaleros were Strummer’s last band before his death in 2002. View more info

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Joe Strummer with The 101’ers & The Clash, 1974-1976

By: Yewdall, Julian

Price: $40.00

Publisher: London, Image Direct, 1992


No. 421 of 1000 printed. Wraps, 12.5 by 19 cm, [110] pp., illus. Very good with light bumping/creasing to the upper corner. Has a round “Joe Strummer/Image Direct” stamp on the first leaf with “421/1000” handwritten in the middle. Surprisingly scarce, this is Yewdall’s first foray into Clash photobooks. It begins with a brief history of The 101’ers and the squats Yewdall shared with Strummer, followed by sixty-six captioned full-page (mostly) photographs... View more info

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Lungo La Strada [Punk, Hardcores Photographs]

By: Rigano, Andrea

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Verona, Italy, Kob Records, c. 1999


Wraps, 23.8 by 16.2 cm, [110] pp. Very good with light wear to the covers and corners. Rigano’s collection of photos from concerts taken over a three-year span in Italy. “Along the Road” includes shots of Agnostic Front, d.r.i., Murphy’s Law, Dropkick Murphys, Pennywise, Sub Zero, The Vandals, Less Than Jake, Blink 182, a number of Euro bands, etc. “Punk, Oi!, ska, straight edge, emo, crust… it’s all the same, and that’s what this collection wish [sic... View more info

Image for Maximumrocknroll, First Ten Issues with Not So Quiet on the Western Front Double LP with Issue 0 [Punk, Hardcore, MRR, Maximum Rock 'n' Roll]

Maximumrocknroll, First Ten Issues with Not So Quiet on the Western Front Double LP with Issue 0 [Punk, Hardcore, MRR, Maximum Rock 'n' Roll]

By: Yohannan, Tim, ed., et al.

Price: $600.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Maximum Rock’n’Roll, 1982-83


Vol. 1 No. 1, [July-August] 1982 through No. 10, December 1983. Staple-bound newsprint, 21 by 27 cm (give or take), not paginated, heavily illus. All near fine with yellowing to the newsprint. LP: San Francisco: Alternative Tentacle Records, [1982]. Two LPs in original sleeve with original plastic wrap and promo labels and “bonus zine.” Records and zine are fine in near fine sleeve. Maximumrocknroll (also referred to as Maximum Rocknroll, Maximum Rock’n’Roll... View more info

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Melody Maker, April 23, 1977 – Clash Cover

By: [The Clash] Coleman, Ray, ed.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: London, IPC Specialist and Professional Press Ltd., 1977


23 April 1977. Newsprint tabloid, approx. 33 by 44.5 cm, 64 pp. incld. covers, illus. Fair with heavy edge wear, spine tears, yellowing, some light dampstains along the top edge, and an unfortunate 6 cm yellow stain near the right center of the cover through p. 15. “Clash tilt for the top,” a classic Clash cover, with articles on Iggy Pop, The Jam, Bob Marley, “Clash personality: Joe Strummer talks to Caroline Coon,” “Punk rock: there’s money in anarchy”... View more info

Image for Melody Maker, June 16, 23 & 30, 1979 – Three Part Series on Malcolm McLaren [Sex Pistols]

Melody Maker, June 16, 23 & 30, 1979 – Three Part Series on Malcolm McLaren [Sex Pistols]

By: [Sex Pistols, Malcolm McLaren] Coleman, Ray, ed.

Price: $150.00

Publisher: London, IPC Specialist and Professional Press Ltd., 1979


Three issues: 16, 23 and 30 June 1979. Newsprint tabloids, three issues, approx. 33 by 44.5 cm, 72; 80; 72 pp. inlcd. covers, illus. Fair with edge wear and tears, spine wear and yellowing; June 30 issue has a small, old tape repair to the spine. “The rise and fall of Malcolm McLaren,” three issues featuring “a three-week series on the man who sold the Sex Pistols” in which Michael Watts talks with McLaren, Jamie Reid, Vivienne Westwood, Steven Fisher (McLaren... View more info

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Melody Maker, June 4, 1977 – Sex Pistols Cover

By: Coleman, Ray, ed. [Sex Pistols]

Price: $45.00

Publisher: London, IPC Specialist and Professional Press Ltd., 1977


4 June 1977 issue. Newsprint tabloid, approx. 33 by 44.5 cm, 72 pp. inlcd. covers, illus. Complete but poor with wear, tears and chipping to the edges (especially the spine), nibbles on the lower corner (mouse?), a large tear across p. 19/20, and light yellowing. “Street Life,” features an image of Johnny Rotten and Sid Vicious getting ticketed by a London bobby. Includes “Local censors out in force to ban punk rock groups,” “Rotten! Sex Pistols talk to Ala... View more info

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Mid-1980s Punk Rock Box [Midwest Punk, Hardcore]

By: N/A

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI, 1983-1992


Lined metal roller skate box with stickers, 39 by 32 by 16 cm. Scratches and scuffs to the paint; with chips, general wear, and some peeling of the stickers. This unique item belonged to a young punk from the Grand Rapids, Michigan area. It was a repurposed roller skate box, purchased from a thrift shop, and used to store cassette tapes. Spray painted black, with electrical tape wrapping the handle, some of the stickers include West Michigan hardcore and industrial/e... View more info

Image for My Favourite Shirt: A History of Ben Sherman Style [Street Fashion, Punk, Skinhead, Mods]

My Favourite Shirt: A History of Ben Sherman Style [Street Fashion, Punk, Skinhead, Mods]

By: Hewitt, Paolo; Terry Rawlings

Price: $60.00

Publisher: London, Ben Sherman Group Ltd., 2004

Edition: First printing


Hewitt, Paolo; Terry Rawlings. My Favourite Shirt: A History of Ben Sherman Style. London: Ben Sherman Group Ltd., 2004, first printing. Hardcover with illustrated boards, 22 by 28.3 cm, 153 [9] pp., illus. Very good with light corner bumping and some very light fold marks (almost not noticeable) on the first 26 pages (some sort of binding thing?). A wonderful book that delves into Ben Sherman, the man and the marque, while looking at British subculture as well. He... View more info

Image for New York Rocker, April-May 1978 [The Clash Cover]

New York Rocker, April-May 1978 [The Clash Cover]

By: Schwartz, Andrew; Howard Klein, eds.

Price: $65.00

Publisher: New York, Over The Hill Publications, Inc., 1978


Vol. 1 No. 12, April-May 1978. Newsprint tabloid, 29 by 42.5 cm, black and white with a two-color cover, [56] pp. incld. covers, illus. Very good with faint yellowing and minor edge wear. Schwartz’s first issue as editor after NYR’s creator Alan Betrock left the mag. The “UK Today” special issue featuring the Clash on the cover, a great image of Joe Strummer on the back cover, and a well-illustrated four-page article on the Clash. Also included are articles ... View more info

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NYHC: New York Hardcore 1980-1990 [Custom Leatrher-Bound Copy]

By: Rettman, Tony; Freddy Cricien, foreword

Price: $400.00

Publisher: Brooklyn, NY, Bazillion Points, 2015

Edition: second printing


Custom leather binding (see below), black endpapers, 18 by 25 cm, 382 pp., illus. Fine. An amazing document on the birth and evolution of the New York hardcore scene. “Known for its stylish 1970s punk rock scene, New York City matched the grim urban reality of the 1980s with a rawer musical uprising: New York hardcore […] With a backdrop of despair, bands like Agnostic Front, Cro-Mags, Murphy’s Law, and Youth of Today [not to mention Adrenalin O.D., Bad Brains, ... View more info

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Pirate Faction, Issue 1 [1985 Toronto Punk, Hardcore Zine]

By: Zyg, ed.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Toronto, Pirate Faction, 1985


Winter 1985. Staple-bound self-wraps, 21.5 by 28 cm, 26 pp. incld. covers, illus. Only the faintest signs of cover wear. Toronto punks really take the pirate life to heart (see also item no. 4). The first issue of Pirate Faction, though the editor tells us that it is also the second issue of Irate Faction; “the name was changed due to change of editor and, hence, editorial policy.” All very official. Includes interviews with Adrenalin O.D., Picture Frame Seduct... View more info