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    Four Gnome Press Science-Fiction First Editions. All published in New York by Gnome Press, Inc., including: Lewis Padget. Tomorrow and Tomorrow and The Fairy Chessmen. 1951. Octavo. 254 pages. Brown cloth with black spine titles. Minor stain at foot of front cover and some toning in paper. Overall, book and dust jacket are near fine. [and:] William Morrison. Mel Oliver and Space Rover on Mars. 1954. Octavo. 191 pages. Yellow cloth with red titles and front-cover illustration. Overall fine with minor wear. Dust jacket is near fine with clipped upper corner on front flap. [and:] Robert Randall: The Shrouded Planet. 1957. Octavo. 188 pages. Navy-blue cloth with blue spine titles. Some toning in paper. Overall, near fine. Dust jacket is fine. [and:] Robert Randall. The Dawning Light. 1959. Octavo. 191 pages. Navy-blue cloth with red spine titles. Some toning in paper. Overall near fine. Dust jacket is fine. From the Robert and Diane Yaspan Collection.

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