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    Two Philip K. Dick First Editions

    Philip K. Dick. Two First Editions of A Scanner Darkly, including: First American edition. Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1977. Octavo. 220 pages. Publisher's tan cloth with black spine lettering. Original pictorial dust jacket. Minor shelf wear. Spine lightly sunned. Light spotting to fore-edge of textblock. Near fine condition. [and:] First UK edition. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1977. Octavo. 220 pages. Publisher's blue cloth with gilt spine titles. Original printed dust jacket. Minor edge and corner wear. Even toning to textblock. Near fine.

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