Worthless Words Number Six. Given.

Worthless Words Number Six

Exeter, UK: No publisher, 1978. Wraps. Good. Item #016630
ISBN: noisbn

Side stapled zine. Approximately 11 ¾ by 8 ¼ inches. 28 pp. Black and white photos and clip art throughout. Single issue of this zine from the Exeter region of England, absorbing two other earlier zines from the area, Catrap and Stranded. This particular copy bears many signatures on the covers. Front cover signed by Jimmy Pursey of Sham 69 accompanied by the word "Fanx." Illegible signature with the block handwritten letters "I like lots of sex but I don't get it," also on the front cover. Rear cover bears a signature from Siouxsie, although this does not appear similar to any other examples of hers and is best considered fake; a signature from Captain Sensible of the damned, with the inscription "I am a famous person," signed The Captain, is also present, and while similar to other examples, is probably fake. Several other illegible signatures are present, as well as one by Andy, who was presumably told to write "something good," which he did. A few are addressed to Tina. Pieces on Ian Drury, Squeeze, Ultravox, Tom Robinson, X-Ray Spex and others included, plus a dedication to the former editor, Nick Hampson, who died in a motorcycle accident. GOOD condition. Minor toning, soiling and staining, with some rust stains at the staples. Faint crease along the spine. Rear cover wrinkled, with some scuffs along its spine edge.

Price: $175.00

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