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    Ian Fleming. Group of Four James Bond Books. London: [1958-1966]. First editions.

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    Ian Fleming. Dr. No. London: Jonathan Cape, [1958]. First edition. Octavo (7.375 x 5 inches; 189 x 127 mm). 256 pages. Publisher's black cloth, spine lettered in silver, second-state with a 'Honeychile' silhouette stamped in dark reddish-brown on the front board; all edges trimmed; plain white endpapers. In original later-issue dust jacket with spine lettering in white and the Manchester Guardian review on the front flap; designed by Pat Marriott. [Together with]: On Her Majesty's Secret Service. London: Jonathan Cape, [1963]. First edition, trade issue. Octavo (187 x 124 mm). 288 pages. Publisher's B variant binding of black cloth, front board with large ski-track motif stamped in white, spine lettered in silver with publisher's device in silver at foot; all edges trimmed; plain white endpapers. In original dust jacket, designed by Richard Chipping [And]: The Man with the Golden Gun. London: Jonathan Cape, [1965]. First edition. Octavo (187 x 125 mm). 221, [3, blank] pages. Publisher's black cloth, second state, binding B, with blank front board, spine lettered in bronze; all edges trimmed; endpapers printed with green and white fiber pattern. In original dust jacket, designed by Richard Chopping. [And]: Octopussy and the Living Daylights. London: Jonathan Cape, [1966]. First edition. Octavo (187 x 124 mm). 94 [95], [1, blank] (note: pages 1-2 are blank). Publisher's black cloth (B variant, presumed by Gilbert to be bound later, due to how few copies are in black cloth). In original dust jacket, designed by Richard Chopping, priced 10s.6d. net. General light shelfwear; some mild rubbing; Dr. No with previous owner's signature. Each volume near fine; housed in custom clamshell cases. Gilbert A6a, A11a, A13a, A14a. From the Collection of Daniel J. King. 



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