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    2001: A Space Odyssey

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    2001: A Space Odyssey By Arthur C. Clarke First edition, first impression (New American Library Inc, 1968). Signed by the author to his official adhesive bookplate loosely laid in. Light toning to edges, else fine. Dust jacket has only light wear to extremities and a very small crease to top corner of front flap. An excellent, fine copy in a near fine dust jacket.
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    Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

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    Alice's Adventures in Wonderland By Lewis Carroll Limited Edition (New York The Limited Editions Club, 1932). Illustrated by John Tenniel. One of 1500 copies to be signed and numbered by designer Frederic Warde, of which this is number 1011. Head and foot of spine a little rubbed; light foxing and marginal browning to front pastedown with very faint foxing to endpaper and to rear pastedown. Illustrated frontispiece and title-vignette with several in-text illustrations; all edges gilt; original red morocco gilt. An excellent, near fine example.
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    Animal Farm

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    Animal Farm By George Orwell First Edition, First Printing, original cloth, fading to head & foot of spine with previous owner's inscription to front endpaper; small chip to fore-edge of front endpaper. Original, first state dust-jacket with Searchlight advertisement printed in red on verso and 6s on front flap; rubbed, frayed and chipped, spine scuffed with loss at head and foot 8vo, 1945.
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    Animal Farm

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    Animal Farm By George Orwell First edition, first impression in first issue dust jacket (Secker & Warburg, 1945). A little minor sunning to spine tips; slight cracking to front endpaper hinge, as is common; faint toning to front endpaper and to half-title. Contents nice and clean otherwise and binding is nice, square and tight. The notoriously fragile and rare first state dust jacket is very good indeed and unrestored. All first state points are present, including 'Searchlight Books' on verso, the price of '6s' on front flap with 'An Early List For 1945' on rear panel. Several areas of abrasion to spine panel; a couple of light stains to rear panel with a small chip to top edge; a tear to top edge of front panel with minor traces of rubbing here and there to corners and bottom edge. A very good and bright example.
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    Carrie

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    Carrie By Stephen King US First Edition, First Printing (Doubleday, 1974). Adapted to cinema on several occasions; the first adaptation being two years after publication in 1976. Publisher's original maroon cloth and dust jacket. Some light rubbing to tips of spine and corners of dust jacket. A superb, near fine example of the author's first novel. All expected true first edition features are present: - Dust jacket price is $5.95 - The book is full bound in maroon cloth - Paste-downs and front and rear endpapers are black - 'First Edition' is printed on the copyright page - 'P6' is printed in the inner margin of page 199.
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    Christine

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    Christine By Stephen King Limited edition (Grant, 1983). Signed by Stephen King and the illustrator, Stephen Gervais. One of 1000 copies, of which this is number 216. A couple of small bumps to bottom corners of slipcase. Minor bump to top of spine. A near fine copy. Bookseller Inventory.
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    Complete Set of ‘The Karla Trilogy’: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Honourable Schoolboy, Smiley’s People

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    The Karla Trilogy By John le Carré A complete set of first editions and first impressions of 'The Karla Trilogy'. Two containing the author's cut signature pasted onto the title page. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy has the author's signature loosely laid in. An excellent, near fine set. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy A few marks to lower board; top edge stain still nice and bright with no fading. Usual fading to spine panel of original and unclipped dust jacket with light edge wear. A near fine example. The Honourable Schoolboy Spine head bumped, else fine. Chip and small nick to head of unclipped dust jacket with a little rubbing to edges corners and fore-edge; couple of creases to front and rear flaps. Smiley's People Small bump to spine head; faint soiling to top edge. Original and unclipped dust jacket has some rubbing to extremities and corners. Near fine.
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    Cup of Gold (Facsimile Dust Jacket)

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    Cup of Gold By John Steinbeck First edition, first issue (Robert M. McBride & Company, 1929). Gold cloth titled in black with dark topstain. One of just 1,537 copies of the first printing that were issued. A facsimile reproduction of the original dust jacket will be provided for improved presentation and protection. Darkening to spine with moderate bumping to spine tips and to bottom corner of upper board; a little light soiling here and there to upper and lower boards; some browning to front and rear endpapers. Contents beautiful and clean throughout. A very good example of the author's first book.
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    Dark Carnival

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    Dark Carnival By Ray Bradbury UK First Edition, First Printing (Hamish Hamilton, 1948). Signed and dated by the author to the front endpaper. Only 3,112 copies of the American First Edition were produced by Arkham House in October of the previous year. Minor compression to head of spine; edges lightly toned with foxing; a little spotting to front and rear paste-downs and endpapers; inscription to front endpaper. Original dust jacket is price-clipped with some chipping to spine tips and corners; small closed tear to top corner of front panel; rear panel lightly toned. A very good copy of the author's first book.
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    Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

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    Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? By Philip K. Dick UK first edition, first impression (Victor Gollancz, 1969). Famously filmed as 'Blade Runner' in 1982. Light foxing to edges with faint offsetting to endpapers; unobtrusive previous owner stickers to front paste-down - near fine. Original and unclipped dust jacket a little rubbed to extremities with some wear to top edges; some rubbing to fore-edge and corners; a couple of small chips to corners and small stain to fold of front flap verso; very discreet and inconspicuous previous owner sticker to one corner of rear flap verso - very good+.
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    Gravity’s Rainbow

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    Gravity's Rainbow By Thomas Pynchon First Edition, First Impression (Viking, 1973). Winner of the 1974 National Book Award and one of 4,000 copies in hardcover. First Issue dust jacket with the ISBN lettered in white over red on the rear panel and publishers date code '0273' on lower front flap. Couple of minor bumps and a little rubbing to corners of boards, contents pristine. Price-clipped dust jacket has a few soft creases and a little abrasion to top corner of rear panel. An excellent example of a novel considered by some to be among the greatest American Novels.
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    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

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    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets By J. K. Rowling First edition, first impression (Bloomsbury Publishing, 1998). Slight toning to edges, small ding to top edge of rear board, else fine in a fine dust jacket with unfaded spine panel and just minimal traces of edge wear. A beautiful example of the author's second book.
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