They both show as 208 pages so I'm sure they will be the same content, perhaps with different covers. The cheaper one is Thames and Hudson and the more expensive one by MOMA. I've seen that happen a few times with art books where a few publishers take different territories. I presume the T&H is intended for Europe and MOMA for USA hence the cheaper version in pounds. I recall a Koudelka book a few years ago that had about seven publishers for different parts of the world. Thanks for the tip - I also would like a decent Brandt book. Likewise I'm looking forward to the Winogrand book that will accompany the upcoming exhiibition in SF.