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Glasgow: Wax366, 2021 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp limited edition postcard with on the front an image of a Monk object multiple (a balloon) released in 1991 with the text "ART IS EASY" printed on it. This work was released ten years after the original but here in a different format. This is a mailed and stamped example sent to Paul Robertson by David Bellingham the publisher of the card. VG. ...

Iona: Iona Craft Shop, 2021 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp artist's postcard with an image of Iona overlaid with a drawing of Bellingham's public artwork where he buried various small sculptures in relative position to where the planets are in the solar system. VG+. ...

Iona: Iona Craft Shop, 2021 15 x 10.5cm, 2pp artist's postcard with an image of an Iona Wool sock with daffodils creating ht titular Vase Sock. An amusing postcard multiple published by the craft shop in Iona! VG+. ...

Pittenweem: Cairn Gallery, 2021 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp artist's postcard with an image of a light created from a modified Tate & Lyle's golden syrup tin. The title of the card comes from the brand's slogan taken historically from an ancient myth that bees were created in and emerged from dying lions. VG+. ...

Pittenweem: Cairn Gallery, 2021 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp announcement card for a solo show, the front of the card has the title work which references the slogan found on Tate & Lyle's golden syrup tins. The slogan was historically an ancient myth that bees were created in and emerged from dying lions. VG+. ...

16 x 9cm, graphite on transparent paper. A drawing in McCrone's signature style where short lines are drawn based on rules (eg each verb) some underlying structure (such as newpaper paragraphs). The rule and structure here is unknown. Signed and dated in pencil by McCrone. JOINT: Two self published artist's postcards with a colour image of a work by McCrone and verso notes to Paul Robertson from the artist about outstanding payments (which were paid soon after - honest!). ...

Schiehallion: s.p. (Maris), n.d. (2002) 29 x 21cm, 1pp high resolution full colour ink jet facsimile copy of a letter sent by Jacques Derrida to Maris regarding their work "The Truth in Painting" which was a response to Derrida's philosophical work of the same title. Maris pulped a copy of Derrida's book and made it into a grey pigment which they used to paint 12 canvasses which were hung as "The Truth in Painting" in Paul Robertson's Heart Gallery in Edinburgh in 2002. JOINT: ANNOTATIONS ON THE TRUTH IN PAINTING. Two 30 x 21cm, 1pp sheets with notes by the artists on the philosophical implications of their work. JOINT: JUSTIFIED SINNERS. Edinburgh: Morningstar Publications, 2002 12.5 x 17cm, 2pp announcement card for the title publication - the image on the front of the card is a reproduced photograph of Alexander Maris holding a Kalashnikov rifle in a countryside landscape. On the reverse is a note to Paul Robertson apologising for forgetting to send the facsimile and noting their design for an announcement card for the exhibition was included. JOINT DESIGN FOR THE TRUTH IN PAINTING AND OTHER PROPOSITIONS. 2002. Two 30 x 21cm, 1pp sheets with a design for the front and back of the proposed announcement card for the artist's show in Heart Gallery. ALl VG+. ...

Lausanne: Musee Cantonal Des Beaux-Arts, 2021 21 x 15cm, 48pp plus card covers. Exhibition catalogue for Boltanski's last ever exhibition - various large scale works relating to Les Suisse Morts and a show of artist's books. Many illustrated in colour with a text in French. Sadly Boltanski died on Bastille Day (July 14th) during the run of this exhibition. VG+....