Frankfurt: März Verlag, 1971. First edition. Hardcover. Quarto. Unpaginated, ca 80 pp. Original color photo-illustrated paper-covered boards with red lettering on covers, black on spine. Illustrated with erotic color photographs, often full page and printed to heavy paper. Pictorial volume without text. Publisher's title code 085.
Binding with light wear along edges and two half an inch closed tears at joints of head of spine. Binding in overall good, interior in very good condition. g to vg. Item #45864
* The März Verlag was a novelty in German publishing history. Founded in 1969 in Darmstadt by Jörg Schröder with former employees of the Melzer Verlag, it arrived on the scene with a completely new and unusual corporate image. All books were published with covers in yellow, red and black that had been designed by Schröder himself. The first major seller, later deemed the most important März book by Schröder himself, was "Sexfront" by Günter Amendt, a sexual education book. Throughout its history the publisher sustained himself with large editions and low prices, published shunned authors as Beckett, Henry Miller, William S. Burroughs, Jean Genet and Vladimir Nabokov.