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The Photographic Autobiography

Jimmy Page

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Jimmy Page's Signed Photographic Autobiography
Publisher's Copies

‘I thought it would be quite interesting to do a photographic autobiography. It’s the story of a kid who’s involved with music, but really the music involved itself with him. It’s this conjoining of music and a teenager, and off it goes.’ Jimmy Page

This limited edition is Jimmy’s first official published work - a visual history of his remarkable career as one of the world’s most iconic guitar players.

These 20 Publisher's Copies are numbered in Roman numerals from I to XX, and presented in a Deluxe full leather hand book binding. Contained in a silk-bound solander box, with a felt lined interior, the large format volume is comprised of over 500 pages, reproducing more than 650 photographs and illustrations.

‘I wanted the pictures to speak in a way that the music does.’ Jimmy Page

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Jimmy Page Publisher's Copies

The Photographic Autobiography

Jimmy Page Publisher's Copies

Jimmy Page Publisher's Copies

  • ISBN:
  • Deluxe:
    20 copies
  • Signed by:
    Jimmy Page
  • Paper:
    170gsm fine art paper
  • Binding:
    Full leather with gold blocking and page edging.
  • Box:
    A bespoke Solander box covered in silk and lined with felt.
Deluxe No longer available
  • Page size: 280mm x 330mm
  • 512 pages
  • 650 images
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