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    Ian Fleming. Dr No. London: [1958]. First edition.


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    Ian Fleming. Dr No. London: Jonathan Cape, [1958]. First edition, first impression, second state (with the silhouette of Honeychile Rider stamped on the front board). Octavo. 256 pages. Publisher's full black cloth, front board stamped in brown, spine lettered in silver, dust jacket. Jacket spine a bit toned, some rubbing and edgewear to jacket, a few short tears or chips, two tape (or glue) repairs to verso of the jacket, cloth spine lightly sunned, minor rubbing to binding. Slightly skewed. Still, a very good copy.

    Gilbert A6.1.3.



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    September, 2017
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