Send an email to Poster Exchange and as soon as it's received it will be posted on this page. Please keep the David Lance Goines graphic arts poster description brief, 25 words or so for each posting. We'll endeavor to include thumbnail illustrations of the posters but if there are more than a dozen or so, space considerations may make it necessary to list only the poster number and title.
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Unfortunately, at this time, we are unable ourselves to handle exchanges of David Lance Goines graphic arts posters through this website. Nor can we be responsible for posters obtained through this poster exchange web page. But this may the one place in which you can find that long-sought-after poster that has always eluded you. Good Luck.
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I have the complete set of "30 recipes suitable for framing" in the original folder. They are in great shape, stored flat and well cared for...they'd look lovely in any arts and crafts style kitchen.
Contact: Molly firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
I have the Portfolio, Thirty Recipes Suitable For Framing, although I have only 23 of the recipes, plus three laminated recipes. It is a 1970 Fifth Printing in the original portfolio, in good to very good condition. The recipes have been stored flat and unframed. Please contact me if you are interested in purchasing the batch. Thank you.
Contact: Jerry email@example.com
I have the following Goines posters for sale, all
posters are in mint
condition, never framed or exposed to natural light, a majority of the
posters are signed.
#1, 3-6, 8, 9, 11-14, 17, 19, 20-23, 25, 26, 28-48, 50-52, 63-73, 75.
I'm looking for (#143) and (#156)
Contact: Brianna firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
(#7), the Anatole France quote. Can
probably only afford
an unsigned one.
Contact: Marie Kahn firstname.lastname@example.org
I own the (#18) Shere poster. It is signed and beautifully framed. The original framer used ordinary cardboard as a backing. By the time I realized this, it had started "foxing". It has been remounted, but I have not taken it to a conservator for restoration.
I also own 2nd editions of the Bach poster (#26) and number (#62) the Full Circle poster. Full Circle poster (# 62) is faded, but beautiful. I would like to offer all three for sale. Please contact me by e-mail or cell phone. Cell phone number 503-869-4274
Contact: Mr. Dana Carr. email@example.com
I have four of the “Thirty Recipes Suitable for Framing.” Two are framed: “Watercress Soup” and “Whole Wheat Bread.” Two are unframed: “”Rye Bread” and “Potatoes with Dill.” Will entertain reasonable offers.
For Sale 1 (#4) Velo-Sport Bicycles poster. Original, 24" tall with pencil signature dated 1972. Asking $1200. If you have any questions please email or call Neal at 925 962 1618.
Hello- I have a first printing (#89) EAT poster to sell in excellent condition. Contact me for details. It is unsigned. Sherwood. (See photos: Poster EAT1 Poster EAT3 Poster EAT4)
Updated: March 25, 2004
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