Stockholm: Moderna Museet, 1969. Third Edition. Quarto in mailing box. Warhol's famous 'Stockholm Catalogue', published on the occasion of his first European solo show at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, February - March, 1968. The concept for the catalogue was developed by Kasper König, who commissioned Factory stalwart Billy Name, and a teenage Stephen Store, to photograph how Warhol and his coconspirators lived and worked. But it was König's use of the xerox machine to reproduce Warhol's own work that gives this catalogue its signature feel. By some estimates over 200,000 copies were printed in three editions. (Parr / Badger, v2, 144-145; Open Book 238-239). A few faint spots of discoloration to the spine, and small spots of wear at the cover corners, otherwise a near fine copy in the distinctive silkscreened flower wrappers, white cardboard mailing box with light wear and spots of toning and scuffing). Sharp copy.