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Commercial Colorscope postcard displaying Kings Canyon National Park in Calefornia and the General grant Tree (the "nation's Christmas tree") sent to Paul Robertson at Xmas 2005 from Jonathan Monk with a handwritten note on the back in pencil "Dear Paul/Let me know if any of this is of interest/until then/JM". JOINT: A hand addressed (by Monk) airmail envelope....

Edinburgh: Show & Tell Editions, 2005
14.8 x 10cm, 2pp colour postcard with an image of the British Royal Mail post box (located on Edinburgh's Royal Mile) from which the card will be posted to the purchaser. First release of 200 unnumbered cards - each card is signed verso by Monk and postmarked from Edinburgh. One of a series of similar conceptual mail art works by Monk. This example is addressed to Paul Robertson.

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London: ICA, 2005
21 x 15cm, 4pp. One of a series of exhibition catalogues which changed daily as Monk insisted that the daily list of items in the exhibition should change with a small number of works being replaced (rotated) from a storeroom of his works held elsewhere on a daily basis. Hence each "daily diary" was different from the next. All fine.

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London: ICA, 2005
21 x 15cm, 4pp. The gallery guide (printed black on grey unlike the changing daily handouts in blue) for an exhibition which changed daily as Monk insisted that the daily list of items in the exhibition should change with a small number of works being replaced (rotated) from a storeroom of his works held elsewhere on a daily basis. Fine.

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London: ICA, 2005
21 x 15cm, 4pp. One of a series of exhibition catalogues which changed daily as Monk insisted that the daily list of items in the exhibition should change with a small number of works being replaced (rotated) from a storeroom of his works held elsewhere on a daily basis. Hence each "daily diary" was different from the next. All fine.

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N.P. (London): n.p. (Tate Gallery), 2005
20.5 x 12.7cm, 1pp typographic menu for a lunch in honour of Finlay at the Tate Gallery - opening speech by Nicolas Serota and a performance by the Chromsa Chamber Ensemble of String Quartet No. 2: Ring of Waves, which may well have been inspired by Finlay. Also a talk by Stephen Bann on Little Sparta. The food and wine looks nice. Finlay died in the following year. VG+.

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Edinburgh: Show and Tell Editions, 2005 Found 7 inch single 45rpm record with specially printed label and white cover. The record is one of 100 different pop singles mostly from the 1980s - with some of the records by well known artists and others not. The re-labelling of the record by Monk means that the purchaser will not know what the original record is (unless they recognise it or do some research) - thus the 'surprise'. One of 100 copies each signed and numbered by Monk in pencil on the white outer cover. Each record is obviously unique within the edition....

London: ICA, 2005
35 x 32cm, black silkscreen on cream cotton. A "meeting" work by Monk supposedly in Denmark. One of a number of such bags issued during the three month exhibition "Continuous Project Altered Daily". Slightly faded but else VG+.

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London: ICA, 2005
35 x 32cm, black silkscreen on cream cotton. A "meeting" work by Monk supposedly in Mexico. One of a number of such bags issued during the three month exhibition "Continuous Project Altered Daily". Slightly faded but else VG+.

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