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    Ian Fleming. You Only Live Twice. [London]: Jonathan Cape, [1964]. First edition, trade issue. Octavo. 255, [1, remainder of text] pages. Publisher's black paper-covered boards, spine lettered in silver, front board with Chinese characters stamped in gilt; all text block edges trimmed; wood-grain endpapers; original illustrated dust jacket. A bit of pale soiling to binding; bump at head of spine; minor shelf wear at extremities. Text block softly dulled with age, particularly around edges. Small bump at head of jacket spine panel; small hole at rear flap fold; price-clipped. Near fine.

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    December, 2019
    5th Thursday
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