NY: Esquire Magazine, c. 1966. 16mo. First edition. Accordion-fold booklet with three illustrations by Gorey. Esquire's pitch to prospective advertisers is framed around a Sherlock Holmes vignette in which Watson uses Holmes's deductive reasoning to conclude that if one wants access to the heaviest periodical readers, one should advertise with Esquire. The faintest edgewear, else a fine example of a scarce Gorey item. Item #27811
(Not in Toledano).