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    Five Robert Heinlein in His Future History Series, including:
    Universe (New York: Dell Publishing Company, 1951), 64 pages, cover art by Robert Stanley, pictorial stiff wraps, 16mo (4.5" x 6.5"). Very good condition.
    Methuselah's Children (New York: Gnome Press, 1958), first edition, first state, 188 pages, jacket design by Lionel Dillon, black boards with red titles, 8vo (5.5" x 8.25"), dust jacket. Very good condition in a very good unclipped dust jacket.
    Revolt in 2100 (Chicago: Shasta Printers, 1953), second printing, 317 pages, jacket design by Hubert Rogers, red boards and black cloth spine back with gilt titles, 8vo (5.75" x 8.25"), dust jacket. Very good condition in a very good unclipped dust jacket. Spine lightly sunned.
    The Green Hills of Earth (Chicago: Shasta Publishers, 1951), 288 pages, light green boards with black cloth shelf back and gilt titles, 8vo (5.5" x 8.25"), dust jacket. Jacket design by Hubert Rogers. Very good in a very good unclipped dust jacket. The book is in very good condition in a very good unclipped dust jacket with rubbing to the rear panel. Previous owner's bookplate on the front pastedown.
    The Man Who Sold the Moon (Chicago: Shasta Publishers, 1950), 288 pages, tan boards with black cloth shelf back and gilt titles, with the publisher's printed label "Future History, 1951-2600 A.D." on the bottom of the front and rear free endpapers, as issued, 8vo (5.75" x 8.25"), dust jacket. Jacket design by Hubert Rogers. Very good book in a very good unclipped dust jacket with lightly rubbed boards and a slightly sunned spine. Any collector or reader interested in Heinlein's Future History series should take serious aim on this collection of first editions.


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