623. Screen used iconic DeLorean Crash Car and hood-mounted "time travel component box" from Back to the Future Part III. (Universal, 1990) These are the original stainless steel body panels from the DeLorean destroyed by the oncoming freight train after Marty (Michael J. Fox) returns to 1985 in the third and final film in the Back to the Future trilogy. For this crash sequence, the production team cut up the outer shell of a stunt car used in all three films and rigged it with explosives to ass
First edition. Minor shelf and handling wear, overall a clean solid copy with minimal signs of use. Boards betray only trifling fading and discoloration and nicks and imperfections commensurate with age. Binding is tight and structurally sound. Erstwhile owner's sticker on front endpapers, all interior pages absent any extraneous marks. Mylar DJ.
Rare photo book. Limited and numbered edition 261/300.\n\nFrom the publisher: "Car Crash Studies, a thought provoking photographic study of cars that have been involved in severe and potentially fatal accidents. The series moves between documentation and abstraction. While the car crash studies are typographical in nature, seeming in some instances to be closer to sterile accident report photographs, the subject matter most obviously begs the viewer to confront the human fear of trauma and death
A more reasonably inexpensive hardcover in nice condition for your reading or collection. This early book club hardcover was the only alternative to the very quickly expensive first edition hardcover for awhile. The book is in Fine condition and the dj is VG Plus.
SIGNED EDITION. This book is in Fine condition and has a Fine dust jacket. The book and its contents are in clean, bright condition. The text pages are clean and bright. The dust jacket is crisp and clean. This copy has been signed by the author on the title page. "Stephenson explained the title of the novel in his 1999 essay "In the Beginning. Was the Command Line" as his term for a particular software failure mode on the early Apple Macintosh computer. Stephenson wrote about the Macintosh that
Dust jacket in good condition. Tenth printing. Minor shelf and handling wear, overall a clean solid copy with minimal signs of use. Green cloth boards in good condition. Tight binding. Black dyed top page edge. Stamp on title page. Unmarked text. Unclipped dust jacket in a protective mylar. Secure packaging for safe delivery.
8vo. , 440,  pp. Maroon paper-covered boards quarter-bound in navy cloth with silver lettering on the spine. Price of $22.00 on front jacket flap. First printing of the first hardcover edition. A sharp copy of Stephenson's modern science fiction classic; uncommon in the first edition, reportedly due to an unusually small print run. Near Fine with a bit of light wear to the spine in a beautiful Fine dust jacket.
CRASH COVER GROUP - 'CYGNUS' & 'SCIPIO': Trio of covers incl. 1937 (5 Dec.) 'Cygnus' crash at Brindisi, a commercial printed envelope (damaged) ex Singapore, all stamps washed off, having the boxed violet cachet "DAMAGED BY/ SEA WATER/IN AIRPLANE/ACCIDENT". A further cover (damage at left edge) from same crash, with same cachet, but ex Sydney bearing 1/6d stamp with 23 Nov. c.d.s. Also 1936 (22 Aug.) 'Scipio' crash at Mirabella Bay fine cover ex India with 6a stamp present but another has washed
A good pudding basin motorcycle helmet made in England by Cromwell. The outer shell is painted silver with a material interior. Strong leather neck and earflaps are also fitted as is a chin strap. Inside the helmet is a Cromwell trade label. A good helmet but in worn condition. Size 7.
Dran (French b.1979), 'Price Crash', 2013, screen print in colours on 300gsm Somerset Satin paper, signed and numbered from an edition of 150 in pencil, published by Pictures On Walls; sheet: 63.5 x 55cm ARR Viewing at: Tate Ward Auctions Ltd, The Old Truman Brewery, Elys Yard, 15 Hanbury Street, London, E1 6QR Friday 27th September 10am - 8pm Saturday 28th September 10am - 8pm Sunday 29th September 10am - 8pm Monday 30th September 10am - 8pm Tuesday 1st October From 10am
Vintage Cromwell Motorcycle Crash Helmet. A fine blue painted motorcycle, pudding basin shape helmet made in England by Cromwell. This helmet has a cork interior, fitted with a felt headband and straps keeping a space between the head and outer case of the helmet. Strong leather neck and ear flaps are fitted as is a chin strap, there is also a goggle strap at the rear. Inside the helmet is a cloth Cromwell trade label and the size 7. This is a ACU approved racing helmet.
CRASH COVERS - 1931 'SOUTHERN SUN', 1953 'COMET', ETC: Trio of covers incl. 16 Nov. 1931 ex Melbourne to London carried on the 'Southern Sun' which crashed near Alor Star, Kedah 19 Nov. The mail (which was undamaged) was later collected by the 'sister' plane 'Southern Star' for onward transmission. Also, a 30 Apr. 1953 40c aerogramme (KGVI type) ex Hong Kong to London carried on the B.O.A.C. 'Comet' which crashed near Calcutta. Bears a 3-line cachet in violet "SALVAGED MAIL/"Comet" Crash, Near C
Vintage Cromwell ‘Noll’ Motorcycle Crash Helmet. A good pudding basin motorcycle helmet made in England by Cromwell. The outer shell is painted silver with a material interior. Strong leather neck and earflaps are also fitted as is a chin strap. Inside the helmet is a Cromwell trade label. A good helmet but in worn condition. Size 7 (57cm).
AIRMAILS - RARE 1951 PAARDEBERG CRASH COVER: 15 Oct 1951 env from Cape Town to Natal bearing a single 2d ironically cancelled by a bi-lingual "SAFE DRIVING SAVES LIVES" slogan and a good strike of the straight line "SALVAGED CRASHED PLANE 15 10 51" h.s. Scarce as only 24 covers have been recorded. The SAA Dakota "Paardeberg" crashed into the 10,500ft peak of mount Ingeli near Kokatad whilst on route between Port Elizabeth & Durban.
Dinky Toys GB - 1964\n\nNo.434 Bedford TK Crash Truck.\nDas Modell ist in einem sehr guten Zustand.\nDie Felgen sind leicht geschmolzen.\nDie Box ist gut, sehr steif.\nEinige Gebrauchsspuren und Einstiche ohne Papierverlust.\nNr. 40 g Morris.\nNr. 139b Hudson.\nGuter zustand\n\nDie Bilder dienen als Beschreibung.
This is a detailed record of car, truck, and plane crashes in the Jeanette, PA vicinity. 100++ photos, artifacts, newspaper reporting, and hand written accounts. Gathered during 1953-57, so many makes and models - too many to list. This is the era when steel cars ruled the road. There are parts from 2 of the accidents taped into the album! A small hinge leaf from a plane crash and the fender emblem from an old Buick. A handwritten account with photos of a crash killing friends
785. Geena Davis "Thelma" and Susan Sarandon "Louise" (2) prop heads from Thelma & Louise. (MGM, 1991) Original (2) life size crash dummy head and shoulder busts constructed of polyfoam-filled cast latex rubber masks. Expertly painted and finished with screaming mouths open and prosthetic grade eyes embedded. Finished with human hair lace wigs. The heads retain denim accessories with the "Thelma" (Davis) head wearing a hair tie and "Louise" (Sarandon), a neckerchief. Both heads measure approx. 1
Self-Published, Los Angeles. 1967 (1971). Spiral Bound. Condition: Fine. Third Edition 1/2000. np (60pp), 35 b&w photographs. Consumer Reports-style crash test involving a Royal manual typewriter ejected from a 1963 Buick LeSabre traveling at ninety miles per hour along US Highway 91.? "Royal Road Test" - a must-have artists' book for road-trip and Conceptual Art enthusiasts alike! (entry B6 in Siri Engberg's "Edward Ruscha: Editions 1959-1999" which is also cited on pages 198-201 of The Hasselb
An wordless novel, told in a sequence of 139 woodblock prints, beautifully reproduced in the Cape and Smith edition, which was released the week of the stock market crash of 1929. The book is the first novel in pictures published in the US (Ward had been inspired by earlier German examples) and it is the predecessor of the modern graphic novel. First edition (first printing, with no later printings noted). This copy has the usual shelfwear to the paper-covered boards and just a touch of cracking
These diminutive rifles were produced for U.S. Air Force crews, with the intent being that they could be used to hunt for food in the event of a crash. It folds on a hinge, bringing it down to a 15" length. The stock holds a folding compartment that could hold 9 rounds of .22 Hornet and 4 rounds of .410. There is a knurled selector that can be pulled up or pushed down in order to choose which barrel is fired. Iron sights are a fixed blade front and a flip rear sight, one a v-notch marked "410",
First edition, first printing, signed and dated by Davis on the title page. Davis did just two small signings for her debut novel before tragically dying in a plane crash en route to a third, just a few weeks after the book's publication. New York: William Morrow, 2003. A fine copy in a fine, unclipped dust jacket. Very scarce with signature.
4to, 58 pp, illustrated red card wraps. Fourth issue of the occult periodical, which includes material on A Gnostic Tarot, Ma'At Magic, Astrology, rituals, tantra , Herbalism etc. Includes a full page ad for Crash Worship's 1991 tour inside front cover. A touch of fading to the wraps, else fine.