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The R. Crumb Coffee Table Art Book (1997) - SC
Kitchen Sink Press

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Robert 'R.' Crumb

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Agathe Couderes
Robert 'R.' Crumb
Rotunda - 'Squinty'
Chris Shadoian

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Robert Boyd
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Cover Date: 1997
Cover Price: US $ 25.00

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Format: Color; Trade Paperback; 256 pages

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The R. Crumb Coffee Table Art Book was co-published by Kitchen Sink Press and Little, Brown. Each edition has the respective publisher's imprint on the spine and title page and there are different back covers. The Kitchen Sink edition (about 5,000 copies) is much scarcer than the Little, Brown edition (about 40,000 copies). A $25 softcover edition also exists.

Kitchen Sink Press also released an exclusive limited edition of 1000 copies that featured a hardcover slipcase and a serigraph, signed and numbered by R. Crumb. This edition retailed for $300.

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