Nos. 1-164 (all). London, 14 Oct. 1966-Oct. 1973;
- TOGETHER WITH FIRST & SECOND REVIVAL: and with Special Issues and Posters.
- Vol. 2 nos. 1-3 (all published under the original editors). London, May/June-August 1974. Unbound, folio, tabloïd, some issues 4to; illustrated.
- Vol. 3 (1975) till Vol. 5 no 6 (=final issue, published June 1980; the complete period lacking vol. 3 no 1 only).
- No. 10,5
Emergency Issue (on yellow paper, margins torn and soiled),
- No. 14,5
Summer Sadness for John Hopkins (=large folding poster in colour)
- No. 22, 5
Instant Information Poster. Happy New Life 1968 (=large folding poster, b/w,
- 'Frivolous Summer Issue' 1980 (Tabloïd) and - undated (smaller size) 'Festival Issue-Official Guide to what's next'. The issues in this set are Tabloïd, and a few 4to, all are in generally good to very good condition, with inevitable slight damage to margins and over foldings of some of the issues, and some discoloration due to the newsprint- paper.
Together with window poster: YOU CAN GET IT HERE Window poster. 22,5x28,8 cm., b/w. Offset in black on white stock. 22.9x30.4cm. Illustrated with the IT logo, featuring Theda Bara, with lettering by Michael English. The first printing of this flyer, slightly larger than later versions, and with the paper's name, address and telephone number printed along the lower edge. This copy has corner pinholes from having originally been attached to the wall at INDICA BOOKS, but is otherwise Near Fine.

EUR 6,000.00

The major underground paper of Britain also internationay distributed. Edited by Barry Miles, later TomMcGrath and Bill Levy. Published as nos. 1-164, 14 Oct. 1966 - 19 Oct. 1973; vol. 2 nos. 1-3, May/June - Aug. 1974; vol. 3 nos. 2-4, July-November 1975; 1976 no. 1 (Sep.) -12, Aug. 1977; vol. 4 nos. 1-12, (Jan.) - Dec. 1978; vol. 5 nos. 1-5, March 1979 - Jan./Feb. 1980 and some additional 'half'-numbers.
The emphasis of the paper changed markedly over the years according to who was on the editorial collective,either predominantly artistic, political and literary, or predominantly sexual at times. Several important legal actions have been brought against it. IT's impact on design, style and writing techniques has remained till this day. It was financed in periods by The Beatles and was central to the development of 1960's culture. No. 1 publishes an obituary of Andre Breton by Jean-Jacques Lebel, Yoko Ono's Indica Gallery show, Bob Cobbings's Group H exhibition, Simon Vinkenoog on Provo Amsterdam, report on Timothy Leary's show from Bubu in New York, LSD; Dope prices, Pink Floyd Mix Media Show, etc. No. 2 brings the report on the IT launch party. Further issues have features on practically all important aspects of the period, the drug scene, anti-Vietnam demonstrations, happenings in Amsterdam, Alexander Trocchi, and so on. Contribs. include: William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Alexander Trocchi, Bertrand Russell, Bob Dylan, Ezra Pound, Gary Snyder, Adrian Mitchell, Buckminster Fuller, Fritz Teufel, Norman Mailer, Claes Oldenburg, Abbie Hoffmann, Dick Gregory, Jeff Nuttall, Timothy Leary, Michael Abdul Malik, Jim Haynes, Miles, Bob Cobbing, Simon Vinkenoog, Yoko Ono, but mostly staff journalists. The revival period (after Barry Miles was no longer the editor) is extremely scarce.

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