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1 IRVING, CLIFFORD Fake! The Story of Elmyr de Hory the Greatest Art Forger of Our Time
London Heinemann 1970 
First Edition - British. Signed by the author Clifford Irving on the title page beneath his printed name which is crossed out and signed and inscribed by him on the half-title: “June 1982, To Robert old pal, lost & found - Cliff”. Illustrated in color and black & white. Very good plus copy with a hint of handling and some minor foxing to the edges in a lightly handled and dust soiled dust jacket with some chips and tears. The fascinating story of the charismatic con-man, Elmyr de Hory, and how he managed to paint and market over a thousand brilliantly forged major art works of some of the most well-known twentieth century artists, including Modigliani, Matisse, Derain, Mondrian, Dufy, etc.. 
Price: 350.00 USD
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2 IRVING, CLIFFORD The Valley
New York Signet 1962 
First Edition - Paperback. Signed and inscribed by the author Clifford Irving to his publisher: “10/18/62, To Kurt Enoch with best regards, Clifford Irving”. A Western novel, complete and unabridged. Very good bright copy with some minor handling and edge wear. From the library of Dr. Kurt Enoch (1895-1982) who was a noted German publisher, forced to flee the Nazis, landing in New York in 1940. In 1948, Dr. Enoch co-founded and became President of New American Library - Signet Books which became one of the successful and acclaimed post-war publishing houses. Enoch went on to become one of the most highly regarded figures in American book publishing. Signet #P2199 
Price: 50.00 USD
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3 IRVING, CLIFFORD Tom Mix and Pancho Villa
New York St. Martin's Press 1982 
First Edition. Some foxing to outside edges, else fine bright copy in a fine dust jacket. A novel featuring the real life people, Western silent film actor Tom Mix and Pancho Villa, set in war-torn Mexico in 1913. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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