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    Douglas Adams. The First Five Books in the "Increasingly Inaccurately Named Hitchhiker's Trilogy." New York: Harmony Books, [1979]-[1992]. First American editions. All signed by the author to the title page. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. New York: Harmony Books, [1979]. First American edition. Signed by the author to the title page and with Adam's three ink stamps to the half-title page (see condition). Octavo. 215, [1] pages. Navy paper over boards stamped in blind, backed in purple cloth, spine lettered in blue. Blue endpapers. Original illustrated dust jacket (unclipped, $6.95) by Peter Cross and Ken Sansone.

    [Together with]: The Restaurant at the End of the Universe. New York: Harmony Books, [1980]. First American edition. Signed by the author to the title page. Octavo. 250 pages. Black paper over boards stamped in metallic pink, backed in light blue cloth, spine lettered in metallic pink. Yellow endpapers; Adam's three ink stamps to front free endpaper. Original illustrated dust jacket (unclipped, $8.95) by Peter Cross and Ken Sansone.

    [And]: Life, The Universe and Everything. New York: Harmony Books, [1982]. First American Edition. Signed by the author to the title page. Octavo. 227, [1] pages. Black paper over boards stamped in metallic green, spine lettered in metallic pink. Purple endpapers; Adam's three ink stamps to the half-title page. Original illustrated dust jacket (unclipped, $9.95) by Peter Cross and Ken Sansone.

    [And]: So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish. New York: Harmony Books, [1985]. First American Edition. Signed by the author to the title page. Octavo. 204 pages. Black paper over boards stamped in metallic green, spine lettered in metallic green. Purple endpapers; Adam's three ink stamps to the front free endpaper recto. Original illustrated dust jacket (unclipped, $12.95) by Peter Cross and Ken Sansone.

    [And]: Mostly Harmless. New York: Harmony Books, [1992]. First American Edition. Signed by the author to the title page. Octavo. 277, [1] pages. Green paper over boards, spine lettered in metallic light green White endpapers; Adam's three ink stamps to front free endpaper recto. Original illustrated dust jacket (unclipped, $20.00) after Peter Cross.

    All copies with small ink ownership stamp to front pastedown and Adam's personal ink stamps reading "42," "Always Know Where Your Towel Is," and "Don't Panic!" Minor edgewear. Internally clean and tight, all edges trimmed. Dust jackets with minor edgewear, a few very small closed tears to edges. The Restaurant at the End of the Universe with corners just bumped, soiling, dampstained ring to upper board, spine sunned, rubbed and somewhat worn; dust jacket with moderate edgewear, front flap creased, somewhat rubbed. Restaurant good with very good dust jacket, other titles near fine with near fine dust jackets.


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