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    Ian Fleming. Octopussy and The Living Daylights Company. London: Jonathan Cape, [1966]. First edition, first impression, second issue, with publisher's later price sticker to the dust jacket. Octavo. 94, [1] pages. Publisher's dark brown Excelin cloth lettered in gilt, spine lettered in gilt; original illustrated dust jacket by Richard Chopping. Foot of spine just pushed. Illustrated 'marble'-patterned endpapers. Internally clean and tight, all edges trimmed. Dust jacket unclipped (original price 10s 6d, price covered with price sticker for 16s). Fine book with fine dust jacket.
    Gilbert A14a (1.3).


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