London, England: The Goliard Press, 1967. Limited First Edition. Single Sheet. A broadside (7&1/2"x12&3/4") with an untitled poem (first line: "Wasn't it like"/) by Jack Hirschman, the prolific poet, translator & activist who was the Poet Laureate of San Francisco & founded the International Poetry Festival there. One of an edition of 100 copies, not numbered, out of which 75 copies are unsigned as here. An exquisite production by the venerable Goliard Press, with poem in red text, limitation & publisher's information in green, & a charming illustration in blue, on cream-colored paper. A desirable Hirschman rarity, in very fine condition with only very slight browning-sunning along upper edge, about 1-1&1/2 inches deep; a cluster of very faint, tiny gauges below upper left corner. Light dusting of spots & debris on surface of shrinkwrap, not broadside.
Item is currently mounted on stiff board, in protective shrink wrap, will be shipped carefully rolled in a tube. This item cannot be sent by Media Mail, so extra shipping/handling charges are required. Very Fine. [Item #2176]