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    All of the First American Editions of Ian Fleming's James Bond Novels

    Ian Fleming. Complete Collection of First American Editions of the James Bond Novels. New York: Macmillan, Viking Press, New American Library, 1954-1966. First American editions. Titles include: Casino Royale; Live and Let Die; Moonraker; Diamonds Are Forever; From Russia, with Love; Doctor No; Goldfinger; For Your Eyes Only; Thunderball; The Spy Who Loved Me; On Her Majesty's Secret Service; You Only Live Twice; The Man with the Golden Gun; Octopussy. Together, fourteen octavo volumes. All in publisher's bindings in dust jackets. Condition as follows: Casino Royale has a small hole and scuff mark on the front of the dust jacket, and jacket is lightly soiled and worn; Live and Let Die has a tear to the front of the jacket, and the jacket spine is sunned and chipped; Moonraker has tape on the verso of the jacket, and the spine of the jacket is chipped and somewhat worn, bookplate; Diamonds Are Forever has tape reinforcements to the jacket verso and a small tear to the rear panel, jacket a bit soiled; From Russia with Love has a price-clipped dust jacket, and has one tape repair to verso, front free endpaper lacking, but this appears to be a binding error, rather than damage (upon close examination, the stub of the front free endpaper goes under the first signature and appears to be neatly clipped); Doctor No has light wear to the spine of the jacket and some rubbing to jacket; Goldfinger spine of jacket a bit browned, and headcap of jacket and book are somewhat bumped; For Your Eyes Only has tape on the headcap of the jacket, and two small tears to the jacket, some rubbing; Thunderball jacket spine somewhat sunned and worn, cloth spine browned; The Spy Who Loved Me has a small tape repair to the front and rear of the jacket at the bottom of the front panel; On Her Majesty's Secret Service has slight rubbing to jacket; You Only Live Twice jacket spine is sunned and rubbed; The Man with the Golden Gun has one small chip to the rear of the jacket, and the jacket flaps are creased with a small portion of the lower corner of the front flap missing; Octopussy has one small tear and some minor scuffing to jacket, with bookplate. Overall, a very good set of the American versions of the James Bond novels.

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